Archive for ‘Exhibition’

April 27, 2015

Various Stains

VARIOUS STAINS @ 36 Lime Street Gallery

Jamie Evans, Adam Goodwin, Esme McCall & Joseph Shaw. Curated by Clare Gomez.

24th April – 3rd May 2015

Gallery opening times:
Saturday 25th & Sunday 26th April, 12pm – 5pm
Saturday 2nd & Sunday 3rd May, 12pm – 5pm

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The exhibition VARIOUS STAINS will involve installation, kinetic sculpture, painting, performance and sound; drawing associations to Dadaism, technology, philosophy, psychology and politics. Evans, Goodwin, McCall and Shaw’s practice detach reason and thrive in idiosyncrasy, moving towards the exemplification of the mechanics of otherness or functionlessness to highlight the absurd. Each artist plays on the human desire to explore and define these subjects. Curator Clare Gomez will configure elements of each artist’s work in to a unified whole, encompassing their individual concepts. Presentation of an amalgamation of sections of each of the artists pieces to form a more in depth comment of the human psyche.

For more details please visit www.36limestreet.co.uk

About 36 Lime Street’s Gallery Programme

As part of a wider audience development plan, 36 Lime Street is proud to present a series of new projects for the fifth year of its gallery space. A new programme of exhibitions and events has been co-ordinated to run from April 2015 through to January 2016 which will encompass painting, sculpture, installation, drawing and three-dimensional design.

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March 13, 2014

cocktail sobranie

New work by 36 Lime Street member Louise Bradley, ‘cocktail sobranie’, painted cigar press in two parts.  Available to see at the Spring Salon Sale coming up on 23rd March, 10 – 5.  Find Louise on Level 2.  Louise will be exhibiting at the Customs House and the Toffee Factory as part of the International Print Biennale 2014.

cocktail sobranie by Louise Bradley

cocktail sobranie by Louise Bradley

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September 8, 2013

New silk screen prints by Louise Bradley for Brighton Art Fair

Brighton Art Fair, from September 20th to 22nd, is celebrating its 10th year and is bringing together over 100 of the best contemporary artists from the UK and abroad.  This includes 36 Lime Street’s Louise Bradley, who’ll be showing new silk screen prints and drawings.

Contact Louise if you’ll be in the area for tickets – via her website

 

January 28, 2013

Dr Chun-Chao Chiu will be exhibiting a collection of a Chinese Brush Paintings.

25th JANUARY to 9th MARCH 2013
Newcastle Arts Centre,
67 Westgate Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 1SG,
http://www.newcastle-arts-centre.co.uk/arts_and_craft_events_2013.htm
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January 25, 2013

Paul Merrick – new work on website

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Still Life (Chrysanthemum) 2012, Ply, powder coated steel, melomine, magazine, pins
Photographer: David Lawson

Paul Merrick   has added a series of new work on to his website.

 Completed at the end of 2012, the work was exhibited during  Ouseburn Open Studio weekend 2012 at 36 Lime Street in November.

http://www.paulmerrick.co.uk

January 25, 2013

36 Lime Street Gallery 2013 Programme Opportunities

36 Lime Street Gallery are now seeking proposals for our 2013 programme.
This year’s programme will allow for 6 exhibitions to take place between May and December 2013. This space is available for artists, students and studio members to exhibit in. Any art form is welcome.
• Exhibitions will run for a maximum of two weeks, with one week installation in advance.
• 36 Lime Street will publicise the programme via its website and emarketing platforms.
• Exhibitors are able to arrange a preview for their exhibition, in consultation with 36 Lime Street.
• Artists and curators are also responsible for invigilating their own shows – each show must be open to the public for a minimum of one weekend ( 11am – 4pm Saturday and Sunday).
• 36 Lime St Gallery has no direct funding, therefore artists and curators are expected to fund their own shows.
• Artists must note that 36 Lime Street cannot insure any work while it is in the Gallery.
• Exhibitors must return the space to its original condition after finishing exhibitions.
There are 6 ‘slots’ available for the exhibitions which can be: May/June, June/July, July/Aug, Aug/Sept, Sept/Oct, Oct/Nov, Nov/Dec. Applicants are asked to state a date preference within their application.
Proposals can be submitted by email only. Applicants should send 6 relevant of recent work (72dpi JPEG), a C.V., an outline of intention for the space (including preferred dates), and a link to website or online portfolio if available to:gallery@36limestreet.co.uk
The deadline is 5pm, Friday 8th March. All artists will be informed of our selection by Friday 22nd March.
If you have any further enquiries, please email us at gallery@36limestreet.co.uk
January 20, 2013

First solo Chinese Brush Painting Exhibition at the Newcastle Arts Centre

The first solo Chinese Brush Painting Exhibition at the Newcastle Arts Centre by Chun Chao previews this Thursday 24th January 6-8pm.

The exhibition is starting from 25th of January till 9th of March.


Dr. Chun-Chao Chiu
 
Mobile: 07913159817(Uk)
 

 

December 21, 2012

Louise Bradley at Simple Pleasures at Arts Centre Washington

Simple Pleasures
Arts Centre Washington
21 January 2013 – 16 March 2013

What do we truly value in our lives?

As the economic cycle switches from the biblical seven years of plenty to seven years of famine, the simple pleasures in life become an increasingly important factor. It’s a time to value what we have whilst avoiding dwelling on or regretting what we have not. In our overly busy lives do we really set enough time aside and step back to appreciate the visual beauty surrounding us in both the natural world and the world we have designed and created?

Join us as we celebrate the pleasure art, craft and design brings to everyday life, its beauty and diversity and what that means to its practitioners, and how that in turn affects the world in which it is placed.

October 29, 2012

To Wooler & Back Again

To Wooler and Back Again

 

An Exhibition of Landscapes and Cityscapes

By Jim Edwards and Natalie Bell

Mushroom Works

Last year Jim and Natalie returned to Newcastle, after a year living and painting in Northumberland, which inspired a more rural direction in both their painting.  Living in Wooler, on the edge of the Cheviots allowed them to immerse themselves in the landscape, to fully experience and explore the changing environment.

“Through the seasons, it was the agricultural changes to the landscape that were the most dramatic, and seemed to make my surroundings come alive. I was inspired by the contrast between the flat angular farmlands and the gentle roll of the hills, yet they flowed seemlessly together.” Natalie

“Being accustomed to the complex structures of the cityscape, it took some time to interpret the open landscape.  I became drawn to the manmade structures in the Northumberland landscape, of isolated farmhouses and the network of geometric walls stretched over hillsides.” Jim

Following their return, they reconnected with the city, the experiences of last year has inspired them, and allowed them to appreciated both environments from a new perspective.
This exhibition is a showcase of their new work, and a visual record of their experiences.Last year, Jim and Natalie returned to Newcastle, after a year spent in Northumberland, which inspired a more rural direction in both their painting. Living on the edge of the Cheviots allowed them to immerse themselves in the landscape, to fully experience and explore the changing environment.

“Through the changing seasons, it was the agricultural changes to the landscape that were the most dramatic, and seemed to make my surroundings come alive. I was inspired by the contrast between the flat angular farmlands and the gentle roll of the hills, yet they flowed seemlessly together.” Natalie

“Being accustomed to the complex structures of a cityscape, it took some time to interpret the open landscape. I became drawn to the man-made structures in the Northumberland landscape, of isolated farmhouses and the network of geometric walls stretched over hillsides.” Jim

Following their return, they have reconnected with the city, the experiences of last year have inspired them, and allowed them to appreciate both environments from a new perspective. This exhibition is a showcase of their new work, and a visual record of their experiences.

October 22, 2012