BUY ART FAIR - MANCHESTER
25-29 SEPTEMBER 2014
STRARTA ART FAIR - LONDON
25-29 SEPTEMBER 2014
Exhibiting at TINT ART Gallery, Bosham, West Sussex PO18.
By Appointment - Wednesday 2nd July - Wednesday 22nd July.
For three weeks from 2nd July 2014 TINT ART Gallery is exceptionally lucky to be receiving the work of Internationally collected and exhibited artist, Gina Parr. Gina has been working in the arts since 1980, working as a full time painter since 2007. Her work is in private collections in the United States, Canada, Norway, Germany, Switzerland, Eire and the UK and has recently been purchased for the permanent Art collection at Keble College, Oxford.
The Exhibition is made up of paintings from three of Gina’s Collections of work. River meets sea, Gone fish in’ with Wilf and Down to earth. River meets sea series is a reference to the Estuary at Exmouth, where Gina now lives in Devon and where she fished with her father as a child.
In Gina's words: "Gone fishin with Wilf' and consequently The River meets sea series, both reference the Estuary in Exmouth, Devon, where as a child I fished with my father and these memories now fuel an emotional catalyst for me to explore the line between abstraction and scenic recognition. Whilst considering where "exactly" the river meets the sea, I am also mapping elements of chance and control in the process of Painting. Although my work is autobiographical I would like it to evoke an atmosphere which may in turn elicit personal emotional responses for the viewers own sense of "place," physical or emotional."
See the latest Blog post to read about the Collection.
Guillermo De Angelis gets a write up in aCurator Magazine
TINT artist, Geoff Dunlop has curated Timeslip featuring fellow TINT artists, Bill Jackson and Alexander Hamilton at Baths Art Festival 23rd May to 8th June 2014
|TINT artist Suzie Blake featured in Hungry Still, click here to order your copy|
Capriole by Nicola Bensley
Dates: 1st – 15th May 2014 (Invite only private view on 1st May)
Opening times: 10am – 5pm (Monday to Friday)
Location: Pearlfisher Gallery, 50 Brook Green, London, W6 7BJ
The private view was a humming event with appreciation of the audience and the art.
We weren't surprised that Hugh Grant bought "Legs"!
‘Capriole’ is a retrospective exhibition by photographer Nicola Bensley. This highly anticipated collection includes a sublime series of views of a watery Vietnam; takes us into the quiet intensity of convent life; and reveals the secret life of Budapest at night. The exhibition also includes examples of Nicola’s powerful and naturalistic portrait work, alongside animal images with a difference. All the photographs – silver gelatin hand prints on fibre-based paper – will be available to purchase as limited editions.
Nicola works almost exclusively on black and white film. In this way, she eschews the modern fixation for reworked images in favour of the truthfully represented moment. This rigorous method ensures she delivers human expression and emotion, unmediated by the trickery of the digital age.
TINT-ART Gallery showed the work of Dan Stevens and Rosetta Whitehead at The Other Art Fair
Ambika P3, 35 Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LS.
Dates: 24-27 April.
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