Exhibition

Early Summer exhibition

1 Jun 2013 – 1 Jul 2013

Event times

10 - 5:30pm Tuesday - Sat 10 - 4pm Mondays

Cost of entry

Free admission

Sarah Wiseman Gallery

Oxford, United Kingdom

Address

Travel Information

  • From Oxford City Centre Bus number 7 or 2 to South Parade

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Louise Davies: We're delighted to be showing a brand new collection by painter/print-maker Louise Davies. A member of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers, Louise trained in painting at the Royal College of Art, and currently lives and works in London. She will be showing her brand new, larger scale oil paintings, inspired by her travels to Spain. Helen Ward: Also during June, feast your eyes on the intricate paper-works by Helen Ward. Best known for her ‘Paper Etymology' Series, Helen specialises in beautifully realised collages using found Victorian end-papers and other vintage ephemera. She is a multi-disciplinary artist, based in Bristol, working on a variety of projects as well as creating her stunning Etymology pieces. She was recently selected as one of fifty artists to contribute a piece to an on-going project Library Of Lost Books, an ongoing project which re-works old, discarded and damaged books touring exhibition supported by Birmingham Library. We are delighted to be showing a brand new collection by Dan Parry Jones: Dan creates his distinctive paintings in his studio on the top floor of Bristol's Jamaica Street Studios, in Stokes Croft, the cultural heart of the city. Dan's expressive, mixed media landscapes reflect his immediate surroundings, drawing upon the beauty of the south-west coastline in some pieces, while in others the backgrounds suggest a grittier, more urban feel. He works using layers of paint, collage, typography and screen print.

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