Exhibitions

Exhibitions at City Arts

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Stephenson Singleton 

A collection of work from 1940’s – 1970’s

~ Private View: Friday 6th October, 6pm – 8pm

~ Exhibition: Saturday 7th & Sunday 8th October 2017, 11am – 3pm

Monday 9th – Thursday 12th Oct (by appointment only)

City Arts is proud to present Stephenson Singleton’s collection to the public, for the first time.

A fascinating body of work, dating from the 1940s, created in a variety of mediums. Stephenson’s drawings and paintings are a rare collection, which have been stored for decades, since his death in 1985.

Born in 1895, Stephenson’s early life was brutal and lonely, creating a young man who was at odds with society and its conventions. This ultimately led to the creation of a dynamic, startling and challenging
portfolio.

Stephenson’s artwork addresses a variety of topics, from politics to colonialism, the male condition to the sacred feminine, childhood and the onset of aging… with over 200 pieces in his collection there is something for everyone!

Monday 9th – Thursday 12th is by private appointment only – please contact us for further details.

**All artworks will be for sale, with all proceeds going to the City Arts Refurbishment Project**

Private View: please email or call for an invitation
Email: info@cityartsnewbury.co.uk
Tel: 01635 45449

 

 

Canvas

Caroline Moore

A collection of abstract paintings

~ Private View: Friday 27th October, 6pm – 8pm

~ Exhibition: Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th October 2017

~ 11am – 3pm

~ Free Entry

I create fluid acrylic abstract pieces using various acrylic pouring techniques to achieve vibrant pieces on canvas or on vinyl records (without ever using a paint brush!). I started my fluid painting journey in October 2016 and I relish the freedom it brings to combine an element of art, chemistry and chaos! I also love the way everyone sees something different in my work!

Fluid acrylic painting is deeply therapeutic for me. I started for 2 reasons – the first was a way of releasing stress, as in order to achieve good results there must be an element of letting the universe take over the painting, but it has taken some time to get the results to the level where I am happy to share my work. The second reason is that my Mother was an Artist who created amazing classical pieces. While I was growing up I used to watch her turn a blank canvas or block of clay into something amazing and wishing I could do the same, but in my own way. I believe I have now found a form of art I can really fall in love with as I get as much from it as I give!

Each one was an absolute pleasure to create, and is unique and is created using high quality materials. I am happy to offer customised work in any size, or to suit any palette

 

Past Exhibitions

 

 

Newbury Art Collective

Newbury Art Collective

Presenting 12 Artists under one roof – showcasing many different talents and styles.

Isabel Carmona
Ben Honisett
Libby Dee
Lorna Goldsmith
Emma Green
Susan Hubbard
Christine Lack
Wendy Lloyd
Jon Mansfield
Sarah Moorcroft
Kate Steele
Gavin Wilkinson

Come and visit the artists over the 3 days…
Friday 14th/ Saturday 15th/ Sunday 16th July
Open 10am to 6pm each day.

Private View: Saturday 15 from 6.30 to 8.30pm

 

 

New Phototastic Collage

Open Studios 2017

Artists Ben Honisett, Bonni Southey & Lorna Goldsmith will be exhibiting their work at City Arts this year, as part of Open Studios 2017.

~ Private View: Friday 12th May, 6pm – 7.30pm

~ Exhibition: Saturday 29th April – Sunday 21st May

~ 11am – 5pm

~ Free Entry

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