Exhibition

James Gladwell: The Dreams

8 Apr 2017 – 4 Jun 2017

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Adults £10
Children (Up to 16 yrs) Free
Friends of Pallant House Gallery Free
Art Fund Members £5
Students (with NUS card and Student ID card) Free
Jobseekers, DLA, ESA, PIP, Carers with registered disabled person Free
Museums Association, ICOM Free

Cost of entry

Standard Gift Aid
Admission Prices
Adults £10 £11*
Children (Up to 16 yrs) Free N/A
Friends of Pallant House Gallery Free N/A
Art Fund Members £5 £6*
Students (with NUS card and Student ID card) Free N/A
Jobseekers, DLA, ESA, PIP, Carers with registered disabled person Free N/A
Museums Association, ICOM Free

Pallant House Gallery

Chichester, United Kingdom

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  • Chichester Railway Station is a few minutes walk from Pallant House Gallery. There are many direct links from London Victoria, Brighton, Portsmouth, Southampton, and Gatwick Airport. Trains to London Waterloo connect at nearby Havant.

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Outside In are delighted to welcome James Gladwell back to Pallant House Gallery for his first solo exhibition. James won the coveted Outside In Award at the Radical Craft exhibition in 2016. His prize is this solo show, which will run at Pallant House Gallery 8 April to 4 June 2017.

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Outside In are delighted to welcome James Gladwell back to Pallant House Gallery for his first solo exhibition. James won the coveted Outside In Award at the Radical Craft exhibition in 2016. His prize is this solo show, which will run at Pallant House Gallery 8 April to 4 June 2017.

James’ delicately stitched artwork Foreign Birds features in Outside In’s exhibition Radical Craft: Alternative Ways of Making, which continues its national tour until November 2017. At the preview of Radical Craft, renowned Outsider Artist Marie-Rose Lortet selected James to be the Outside In Award Winner for 2016. Lortet said of her selection:

"I chose James Gladwell because of my sensitivity to, and my knowledge of threads. In Foreign Birds I see the air [space] in between, and it feels as if you are gliding over the world. I believe the artist searches for serenity and calm through his work."

James draws directly onto found pieces of fabric, before stitching over the intricate designs with colourful cotton threads. His drawings express whatever is of interest to him at the time; memories, dreams, television shows or the world around him. Stitching is something that is portable, relaxing and satisfies his need to create.

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