2014 Winter [Gallery Re-Opening]

2014 Winter [Gallery Re-Opening]

The Winter Exhibition

FRIDAY 21 NOVEMBER 2014
UNTIL
SATURDAY 5 JANUARY 2015
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OPENING NIGHT
FRIDAY 21 NOVEMBER 2014
From 6pm until 9pm

WINTER OPEN EXHIBITION - featuring over 60 artists...
We are delighted to be re-opening the gallery to host our ever-popular, annual winter exhibition featuring over 60 extremely talented and predominantly local artists, sculptors, craftsmen and women and designer-makers.

This is one of the largest exhibitions we have ever presented, offering an incredibly wide range of high quality, original and affordable work across the disciplines of painting, drawing, sculpture, jewellery, photography, print making, ceramics, textiles, basketry, wood turning, glass and more...

We look forward to welcoming you back to the re-opened gallery and our annual winter exhibition...

ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE
Selma Abdon Calheira - ceramic fruit sculptures
Christopher Alexander - painter
Angela Barry - painting
Diana Braybrook - painting
David Buskell - wood turning
Maggie Butler - sculpture
Mary Carmen Featherstone - ceramics
Trevor Chamberlain ROI RSMA - painting
Miriam Chance
- ceramics + sculpture
Lillian Chow - print-maker
Rauni Chow - ceramics
Jeff Cordery - wood turning
Rachael Craig - jewellery
Dani Crompton
- jewellery
Ulla Cronin - jewellery
Graham Davies - painting
Jane Daniell - book illustrator
Derek Daniels - painter
Amie Dearlove - drawing
Fay De Winter - ceramics
Sally Durrans - ceramics
Margaret Eggleton SWA SBA SGFA - painting
Saria Fagin - glass
Susan Fox - sculpture
Leila Godden - painting
Estelle Grandidier - jewellery + sculpture
Laura Glassar - jewellery
Emily Hall - basketry + ceramics
Jim Hanlon - painting
Robert Hay - painting
Martin Harris - painting
Ken Head SGFA - painting
Endre Hevezi MA - painting
Frank Higgins
- kaleidoscopes
Ric Holmes - painting
Stephen Jones - painting
Valerie Jones - ceramics and textiles
Abel Kesteven - painting and sculpture and print-making
John Killens - painting
Goran Knezevic - designer-maker
Anthony Lawman - painting
Roger Lewis SGFA - painting
Celia Di Massimo - painting
Tom McDowell - jewellery
Nita McDowell
- jewellery
Jennifer McDowell
- wood-turning - jewellery
Diana McKinnon - textiles
Colin Michael - iPad drawings
Maurice Moeri - print-maker
Philip Moloney - painting
Elena Sainz Moreno - drawing
Elizabeth Mosby - painting
Keith Mountain - sculpture
Peter Newsome FRBS RBA - sculpture
Archie Niven - painting
Ilma Parums - jewellery
David Perry - painting
Jasmine Pradissitto - painting
Glass Relief
- glass - jewellery
Gabriella Sellors - jewellery
Audrey Searle - jewellery
Kathryn Sherriff - ceramics
John Stillman ARSMA - painting and Ltd Ed Prints
Pippa Stacey
- glass - drawing
Gina Taylor - jewellery
Michael Topham - mixed media + drawing
Linda Wallis SWA SBA - painting
Caroline Warwick - ceramics
Hilary Webb - jewellery
Warwick Antiques - beautifully restored furniture
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JOHN STILLMAN
ARSMA - Limited Edition Prints
John Stillman has selected some of his most popular paintings of local scenes to be produced as a very limited (75) edition of fine art prints.
The prints are available in the gallery to view and order in time for Christmas (up to 10 December).
Click here for more information

SHOP LOCAL - you can't beat hand-crafted...
Support your local artists, crafters and designers by making your way to [mine] this Christmas to discover a wealth of affordable, unique and inspiring work. We cater for a very wide range of budgets with plenty of stocking-filler options.

PARKING
There is a Pay and Display car park with 90 spaces available directly opposite the gallery on the north side of Carshalton high street.

Carshalton High Street forms part of the A232 between Sutton and Wallington and next to the historic Carshalton ponds and All Saints Church, Honeywood Museum and The Greyhound.

MAILING LIST
Please sign up via the 'friends of mine' page on this site or simply contact Andrew on 020 8647 1800 if you wish to join the gallery mailing list to receive up to date information on our exhibitions and artists.
Maggie Butler