I work in exclusively in Watercolours and specialise in Transport paintings. Covering, Railways, Aviation, Maritime and Road. Further I like to do Landscapes mainly across South Hampshire, West Sussexand East Dorset. I always believe that good communication is essential, it makes the whole process much easier, when 'we' discuss your painting. Especially if you do live a long way off. In that case. I can comfortably work from your photographs, or other suggestions.
At John Hansard Gallery you can discover exhibitions by today's most inspiring artists, plus a range of talks, tours and creative activities for all ages. Launched in 1980, the Gallery showcasesinnovative work by UK and international artists through exhibitions, off-site projects, research, publications, education and outreach programmes.
We hold four annual exhibitions which are hung around our home, with the intention of showing work of a wide range of artists and subject matter, within a relaxed environment. The two main shows arein October and May, with a Little Picture Show in December and a Decorative two day sale in June. During the Spring Exhibition in May, sculptures and objects are also displayed around the garden.
Just confirming that I have received my portrait of Bertie - its absolutely fantastic and I am so pleased with it! I have put it in a lovely rustic oak frame and wrapped it up ready for Toms birthdayof Tuesday. I would highly recommend you to anyone, you managed to draw a beautiful life - like, detailed portrait in such as short space of time and at an affordable rate.
The d.@rt is a community venue for all ages who wish to engage with performing and visual arts. The d.@rt centre boasts specialist rooms for dance, drama, art and music. These spaces are available forhire and we currently hire space to a number of local dance schools, bands and drama groups throughout the evenings and weekends.
Allen did his final training at Chelsea and does commissions in all subjects including abstracts and representational art. Allen has been painting professionally since the 1980's having donedemonstrations for video and television for a well known art materials manufacturer.
Join us next weekend as The Sorting Office throws open the doors for its Summer Open Studios. They include jewellers, painters, illustrators, fashion designers, a glassware artist, pattern designers,an historical costumier, textile artists and a ceramacist. Chat with them, see them at work and then, maybe, treat yourself to a little something from their gorgeous collections or sign up for one of their workshops.
Founded in 2004, Red Hot Press is a print facility that caters for relief and intaglio printmaking techniques. All are welcome from interested beginners to accomplished printmakers to learn and useprintmaking as a creative process. A highly versatile artist, trained at The Royal College of Art, Kevin Dean has illustrated numerous books, designed textiles, wallpaper, tableware and architectural decoration, plus various public art projects.
DINOFEST2015 sees some of the world's leading dinosaur exhibits stomp into Hampshire. From inquisitive young minds to intrepid explorers, there is fun for all the family. Become a DINO TRACKER andcollect footprint stickers at every exhibition you visit to win roarsome prizes. By developing unique partnerships with the likes of SeaCity Museum, the Natural History Museum and many others, Hampshire Cultural Trust has improved the quality of culture in the county.
Filling all three floors of a listed building at 27 Bell Street, Rum's Eg boasts a contemporary gallery with an extensive selection of work including: jewellery, ceramics, paintings, prints, softfurnishings, wooden and glass gifts and an unrivalled selection of greetings cards and design-led gifts. We also have a large creative workshop space and our own Art Cafe serving delicious drinks, homemade cakes and light lunches.