Art of Ages
4 Jul 2017 – 9 Jul 2017
- Guildford House Gallery
- 155 The High Street
- GU1 3AJ
- United Kingdom
Art of Ages brings together five female artists, who engage with a range of media and styles all linked by one family.
Spanning three generations, creativity connects the very different specialisms and approaches to the production of artwork. From mixed media drawing to woven textiles and illustration to conceptual painting, the artists all engage with material expression and hand manipulated media in their practices.
Featuring works by Ellie Foreman-Peck, Anna Garrett, Glynis Lamond, Betty McGimpsey and Stephanie Rolph.
Everyone is welcome to visit the exhibition and meet the artists on Sat 08 July.
Ellie Forman-Peck is a London based illustrator specialising in hand drawn and collaged imagery. Since graduating in 2008 she has worked for a wide range of clients including: Random House, GQ, The Telegraph, Gramophone Magazine, Creative Review, The Guardian, The Independent, Eureka, Harvard Business Review and CBBC.
Anna Garrett studies MFA Fine Art at Goldsmiths, University of London, having graduated from BA (Hons) Fine Art at University for the Creative Arts, Farnham, in 2014. Anna has presented two solo exhibitions in London, ‘Fluore$cent’, Footfall Art, 2014, and ‘glitter. garden. garbage.’, Take Courage Gallery, New Cross, 2015. She has been in a number of group shows and projects, including UKYA National Festival, Derby, 2016 and Zealous Art Prize, 2016. Anna currently curates exhibitions at the Riverside Café Gallery, Farnham Maltings.
Glynis Lamond is currently studying for an MA in Drawing at UAL Wimbledon. She lives and works in the Guildford area. Her work considers the onset of the digital age and how humanity is incessantly bombarded with visual and written information. A direct stream of high-speed events, seen and transformed by the “eye” of the media; to which her recent practice sits in context.
Stephanie Rolph trained in Textile Design at Central Saint Martins and the Royal College of Art, specialising in woven textiles and material research. Her collaborators and clients include: Hugo Boss, Alexander McQueen; Marc Jacobs; Nokia; Jaguar Land Rover; Jaeger; John Boyd Textiles; Chris Lefteri.
Betty McGimpsey was born and brought up in Wales and now lives in Hampshire. She is a skilled dressmaker and knitter. She describes herself as a keen amateur painter, and regularly attends painting and drawing classes. She enjoys making clothes and pictures for family and friends and feels very proud that she can give pleasure to others.