Friday, 4 January 2013

Last chance to see the Gallery150 Xmas Artist Showcase

If you haven’t done so already, then don’t miss the last few days of the ‘Xmas Artist Showcase’ atGallery150.



The exhibition, which closes on Sunday, 20th January 2013, is an eclectic and colourful display, featuring the works of a good thirty artists and photographers, from all over the UK and beyond, including: Paul Cheshire, whose sultry Pre-Raphaelitestyle paintings, featured in the first episode of the BBC’s ‘Show me the Monet’,  in 2012; Leamington Studio Artists (LSA)  Chairman, Clive Engwell, who presents a series of works inspired by Pop Art and comic books; David Lewis, the highly regarded  local landscape painter, who supported the appeal for the Linden Arches, restored to its former glory early last year; Souren Mousavi, Iranian artist and activist with her intriguing works, focused on the female world and the human condition; Gallery150 Trustee, Gerry Smith, and his fascinating photograph’s that take the viewer on a voyage around the world, as well as the works of Libby JanuaryKit LeckNeil PhillipsHilary RobertsPam SmallshawKhaled TownsendLeslee Woodard, and many more.

From 22nd January until the 10th February 2013, the gallery will be hosting a controversial double solo show called ‘Holocaust’, featuring the works of Iris Berger and ‘Homeless’ by Joseph King  22nd January - 10th February 2013.

Situated in 9 Livery Street, in Leamington, Gallery150 is open Tuesday to Saturday from 11am - 6pm and Sunday from 11am to 4pm.

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