Press and News – Solo ceramics exhibition by Paul Jackson – The Gallery at Bevere, Worcester

Press and News - Solo ceramics exhibition by Paul Jackson - The Gallery at Bevere, Worcester - The Gallery at Bevere is a major centre for modern and contemporary studio ceramics and pottery - along with quality paintings and original prints, glass artworks, woodwork, metalwork and jewellery by well known British and International Artists - Framing, Café and Summer Sculpture Trail.

Solo ceramics exhibition by Paul Jackson
1st July – 29th July 2006

Final month of paintings by Gary Walton and Sue Howells;
wood turnings by Mark Hancock
and glass and etchings by Frans Wesselman

In association with
Hargreaves Hale Stockbrokers

Throughout July, the works of the renowned ceramicist Paul Jackson will be exhibited at The Gallery at Bevere near Worcester.

Following its reopening by critic David Whiting in May, the Gallery has already hosted exhibitions featuring top ceramicists Jane Hamlyn, John Pollex, Gilda Westermann, Michael Eden and Clive Bowen.

Gallery owner Kim Taylor said, “We have been delighted at the response and support from so many leading ceramicists to our new venture. July sees the gallery’s first solo show. Paul Jackson, who is based in Cornwall, will be showing a wide range of his latest work. He has exhibited regularly and widely in both the UK and the US, and his work can be found in many major galleries. We’re delighted that he has agreed to exhibit here – it really does put The Gallery at Bevere on the UK galleries map.”

Paul’s decorative technique was originally eclectic, drawing primarily on Italian and Russian influences. More recently Russian graphic styles and the work of the post-impressionist have played their part in evolving a series of distinctive original styles, as reflected in his Nude, Abstract and Wave series and the Barcelona group.

In addition to ceramics, The Gallery’s refurbished and rebuilt space continues to feature paintings and other works of art. Until July 29th, this will include original watercolours by Worcester born Gary Walton and Birmingham based Sue Howells – the top selling female artist in print as reported by the Fine Art Trade Guild; glass and etchings by Shropshire based Frans Wesselman; and works by internationally renowned wood turner Mark Hancock, who now lives in Pershore. Also during July visitors can watch artists in residence at work:
Sat, 8th July – Gary Walton (watercolours); Sat 15th July, ex-Worcester restaurateur Giuliano Ponzi (oils); Sat, 22nd July – Chris Howells (oils); July 29th – Linda Judkins (oils).

Worcestershire born artist Gary Walton lives in the county with his wife and daughter. A self-taught artist, he works in watercolour and pen using his vivid imagination to create a world of realistic fantasy. His latest distinctive watercolours in the sea series are a mixture of coastal scenes and buildings, painted in a stylised manner that is exquisitely observed. He also sculpts. Gary was a 2004 finalist in the DeMontfort New Artist competition, the UK’s leading international publisher, which allowed him to fulfill his dream of becoming a full-time artist – a situation he describes as “highly privileged”.

Long experience as a painter gave Shropshire based Frans Wesselman‘s stained glass its particular charm and interest. Frans says, “On a visit to Salisbury Cathedral in 1999, I was particularly struck by ‘The prisoners of conscience’ window, painted in the 1980s by Gabriel Loire. Not having really ever paid much attention to stained glass before, I decided there and then to study the technique and try to make some myself. One of the things that excited me was the way one can tell stories in glass, where the ephemeral quality of the material, part light, part substance, encourages the mind to make leaps of time and imagination. I have made many pieces since and keep discovering new challenges, new ways to do things.”
All the painting, etching and silver staining are done by hand in limited editions of 75.

Virginia House, The Butts,
Worcester WR1 3PL
contact: Michael Davies
+44 (0)1905 723551

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10th January – 1st February 2009

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5th July – 31st August 2008

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7th June – 29th June 2008

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5th April – 1st June 2008

The Art Of Dining – An exhibition of Paintings and Ceramics

1st March – 30th March 2008

From The Same Earth – An exhibition of Pastel Paintings and Ceramics

12th January – 24th February 2008

The Graduate Show – update

12th January – 24th February 2008

The Graduate Show – Work by 17 of the best graduates from 2007 in ceramics and glass

1st December – 30th December 2007

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3rd November – 25th November 2007

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Tradition and Talent – an exhibition of Ceramics and Paintings

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Peninsula Exhibition – an exhibition of Ceramics and Paintings

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“Spring Surprises – New Vessels” featuring John Jelfs with Claudia Lis and Françoise Dufayard

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“Figures, Objects, Abstracts” featuring John Higgins, Jude Jelfs and Christy Keeney

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“Difference and Diversity in Clay” by Bethan Lloyd Worthington, Clare Crouchman, Ninna Gøtzsche, Annabel Faraday and James and Tilla Waters

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“New Faces, New Work” by 2005 Degree Show potters from Harrow and Wolverhampton Schools of Ceramics

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Porcelain – A Capricious Beauty” by Chris Keenan, Jack Doherty and Joanna Howells

7th Oct – 28th Oct 2006

An exhibition of Ceramics by Emma Rodgers and Tina Vlassopulos

2nd Sept – 30th Sept 2006

“Now and Then” by Jitka Palmer and Earthenware, Stoneware and Porcelain by Roger Lewis

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Ceramics Exhibition – Featuring the works of Jane Hamlyn, John Pollex and Gilda Westermann

The Gallery at Bevere, Worcester
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