Guiding Stars: Christmas Exhibition 2018
For the 2018 festive season, Sarah Wiseman Gallery has focussed their annual Christmas exhibition on smaller scale art-works. 'The jewel-like quality of the show of these special pieces means that there will be something for everyone, and a place for inspirational gift giving that will stand the test of time,' says gallery director Sarah Wiseman.
'Small artworks have a special appeal, drawing the eye and capturing hearts. We have invited our gallery artists to create for us exclusive collections of new works especially for the exhibition. Many of the works will be highly collectable smaller pieces giving an opportunity to add a work to your collection by our most admired artists.'
The British based artists include award-winning children's illustrator Catherine Rayner, and the highly sought-after painter Sarah Spackman and acclaimed printmakers Angie Lewin and Flora McLachlan.
The exhibition will also include sculpture, ceramics, jewellery and other craft, making it an ideal stop for Christmas shopping.
The exhibition will launch on Saturday 17th November, celebrating with mulled wine and mince pies.
Sarah Spackman - painting
Catherine Rayner - painting and printmaking
Daniel Ablitt - painting
Mychael Barratt - printmaking
Fletcher Prentice - painting
Angie Lewin - printmaking
Peter Kettle - painting
Christopher Farrell - painting
Flora McLachlan - lithographs, watercolours and monoprints
Alison Pullen - painting
Veronica Wells - painting
Christopher Farrell, 'View Over Castle Street'
Mychael Barratt, 'A Brief History of Love'
Fletcher Prentice, 'Goldfinches'
Peter Kettle, 'Port Meadow 1'
Catherine Rayner, 'Willa and Felix', Ink and watercolour on paper
Angie Lewin, 'Wild Shore'
Flora McLachlan, 'Thorn Cage'
Sarah Spackman, 'Large Quince Bowl'
Daniel Ablitt, 'Holding Light'
Alison Pullen, South Corridor, Osterley Park House, 2018
Veronica Wells, Waiting For Tonight, 2018