Jonathan’s Mum, Eva-Lena, was a Swedish national who spent most of her adult life in the UK. She always took a keen interest in art, and artists, of all types.
Eva-Lena died in September 2000 after a long fight with cancer and this gallery is named in memory of her.
David Snatt Exhibition 1
I am drawn particularly to the changing light effects seen between day and night; the bright and cosy draw of artificial light glowing from shops or distorted through rain on a window. I convey a slightly wistful, melancholy world; perhaps a reflection of the places and times that appeal to me. But this is filtered, refined and condensed in the painting process and becomes an expression of self.
Martin Peach Exhibition 2
Martin trained in textile design and worked for many years at a senior level in automotive design, particularly colour and materials selections and design management. He uses his own photographic work as a starting point and then using Photoshop develops a theme and composition before starting the painting process. From then on it is acrylic applied by brush, sponge, rags and fingers to achieve the finished result.
Tammy Woodrow Exhibition 3a
My practice as artist/curator covers many facets. Life, death, science, cultural heritage and visualising the passing of time are a few of many subjects which grip my imagination. My artistic techniques are diverse: painting, assemblage, photography, sculpture and digital technology. Personal experiences are mixed with academic propositions. A central motif is making invisible processes visible.
A group exhibition of postcard-sized works by local artists: ranging from professional artists to artists exhibiting for the first time; paintings, textiles, photography, drawings and everything in between. All works were for sale