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Upcoming Exhibitions

Carole Baker 

Carole returns to Ingleby Gallery for her third solo show, 'The Light of Day', with a brand new body work inspired by some of her favourite places where she paints on location, loosing herself in the landscape - absorbing sounds, smells and textures and most importantly the light. Her paintings have vitality, intrigue and movement and encourage the viewer to look for longer. She paints in acrylic and mixed media. See 'The Light of Day at the gallery from the 11th to the 25th of June.

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www.carolebaker.com

Jeremy Bournon at Ingleby Gallery

Jeremy Bournon

A man who has spent his life immersed in the world of art, Jeremy has become a full-time artist following his retirement from the post of Director of Art at Repton School. His debut exhibition, 'Derbyshire Landscapes', will feature from September 3rd - 17th. Originally entitled ‘Derbyshire Journeys’, each of the paintings in the collection recall a moment while travelling or walking in south Derbyshire. Originally entitled ‘Derbyshire Journeys’, each of the paintings in the collection recall a moment while travelling or walking in south Derbyshire. This beautiful county has provided the vistas for the exploration of colour, geometry and the patterns in nature that fuel the compositions of each work.
He will be joined by painter and illustrator, Christian Birmingham and photographer William Bye. 

Jeremy will be giving an evening talk at 7pm on Tuesday 12th September ‘The rise of the 19th century independent landscape artist’. You can follow his studio practice on Instagram @bournonjeremy.

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Michael Cook 

Michael was born in Melbourne, Derbyshire and studied graphic design at Derby College of Art. He worked for many years in publishing as a designer and illustrator, becoming a full-time artist in 2009. Michael's next exhibition at the Gallery, 'Archway & Arbour', will take place from November 25th to December 10th.

His paintings and drawings fall into two overlapping groups. Much of it is an outworking of memories and sensations of the gardens, orchards, fields and lanes of his childhood in rural Derbyshire. His work could be seen as linking with British Neo-Romanticism; wandering figures on long journeys, aspects of nature as metaphors for human joy and sorrow, animal and human figures expressive of mystery and spiritual longing. More recently he has produced pieces and whole series which consciously seek to engage with overtly theological narratives, texts and themes, though usually in oblique or ambiguous ways.

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www.hallowed-art.co.uk

Our upcoming exhibitions...

2017 Programme

May 21st – June 4th             Steven Tandy - 'Still Life'

June 11th – June 25th          Carole Baker   -   'The Light of Day'

Sept 3rd - 17th - Jeremy Bournon   -   ‘Derbyshire Landscapes’ 

Sept 12th - Evening talk - "The Rise of the 19th Century Landscape Painter"

Oct 8th - 22rd - Vivienne Cawson   -  ‘Capturing the Moment’ 

Oct 14th - Vivienne Cawson - Demonstration of work

Nov 5th - 12th - Lawrie Williamson - Retrospective

Nov 25th – Dec 10th - Michael Cook   -   ‘Archway and Arbor’ 

Artists

Rob Wilson

‘As the sun sets, Venice’ - Mixed media painting

Sue Riley

‘Camille’ - Bronze resin sculpture

Eddie Hallam

‘Crested tit’ - Bronze sculpture

Lawrie Williamson

‘Examiner’ - Oil painting

Steven McLoughlin

‘On the beach’ - Oil painting

Robin Gregson-Brown

Kaiser Butterfly - Watercolour

Tim Rose

‘Haddon Hall' - Watercolour

Michael Cook

'Home at Last' - Charcoal

Tricia Harrison

‘Ava’ - Bronze ceramic sculpture

Hazel Lale - Head

Carol Hill - The Ramblas, Barcelona

Julie Wilson - Bull

Carolyn Clare Jewellery - Bracelet

Lavan Jewellery - Necklace

Kevin Shepherd - Stag

Karen Fawcett - Wren on a plant pot

Robin Mason - Digging

Vivienne Cawson - 
Anemones in Enamel Jug

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Gallery opening hours

Wednesday, Thursday & Friday: 10am - 4pm
Weekends: 12noon - 5pm
Please note that the gallery is only open during exhibitions.

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