Nathan Lottering, Pictures from Africa
6th January -29th February 2016
A special exhibition of pokerwork paintings that encapsulate the landscape and wildlife of the artist Nathan Lottering’s home in South African. This is the first time the self taught artist has exhibited in the UK.
1st March - 25th April 2016, The Longwall & Barside Space
Working with acrylic, Miriam’s semi abstract paintings are inspired by the sky and it’s ever changing colour and movement. Whatever the time of day or the time of year, as the light changes, the sky provides endless ideas for new material.
Rosie Lippett -Away with the Fairies
26th April- 27th June 2016, The Longwall & Barside Space
A truly delightful exhibition that combines fantasy with realim. Away with the fairies is a showcase of drawings, oils, watercolours and prints with a richness of colour and detail that bring the imagination to life.
Summer Exhibition- Prince Henry's High School
27th June-22nd August 2016, The Longwall & Barside Space
A Summer exhibition of Year 10 GCSE artwork showcasing a exciting mix of styles and mediums from inspiring young talent. This exhibition compliments the schools annual Art Show of A-Level and Year 11 GCSE work.
18th October 2016 - 9th January 2017, Longwall & Barside Space
Jools Lawley is a Contemporary artist living and working in Worcester. Having initially trained as a Primary School Teacher she left the profession to follow a career in art. What started out as serene, single figure pastel drawings have evolved over the years into these unique and quirky characters that have become her signature calligraphic style. Hand drawn in black ink or painted in acrylic on white backgrounds, Jools distinctive stylised works owe their inspiration to the elongated figurines of Giacometti which she saw on her first ever visit to the Tate gallery as a teenager! “Combine those with the sculptural work of Henry Moore and transfer them into two dimensional sketches and this is what you get!”
Her monochrome, imaginative compositions range from folk bands, jazz bands and rock bands to golfers, surfers and horse riders and she is continually on the look-out for new inspirational characters and challenging scenarios.
Jools commissioned work is growing in popularity and incorporates personalised features where first name initials are worked into the swirls of the feet and significant possessions are added to identify individual characters.Her work ranges in size from postcard to metre square and are a mixture of framed drawings and paintings on canvas.
Find out more: www.facebook.com/#!/JoolsOriginalArtwork
Sorry you’ve missed it!
Our call for artists for our 2016 exhibitions programme has now closed. We will be announcing the exhibitions line up very shortly. If you would like to find out more about exhibiting at Evesham arts Centre please see the useful documents below.
If you would like to enquire about purchasing any of the work currently on display or would like to register your interest for the 2017 exhibitions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
*please note exhibitions are open to view on show nights only please check the 'Whats On' section of our website for times and dates.