This second solo exhibition of locally based artist A.W.Darcy will be a feast for the eyes. Focusing on exploring personal and artistic growth through new experiences. He uses painting, drawing and printmaking to bounce back his ideas of the world he has explored so far.
A creative portal into the diverse essence of stories, histories and interaction, which happened in and around Gloucester. The collection sparks dialogue, creative expression and stimulate active engagement for all audiences.
Beth creates illustrations that combine painterly textures with intricate line drawings. This love of texture has developed into an embroidery style that she describes as ‘drawing with thread’. Referencing folk stories, a love of nature and a bit of pop culture, Beth creates work that, like any good fairy tale, has both light and dark.
Joe Richardson’s work examines male behaviour in pubs, cartoons, and film, dealing with anxiety surrounding success and the performance of 'masculinity'.
In this solo exhibition Harriet Liddell Foster explores colour, shape, form and depth within a canvas. Her past works have explored the concept of painting. Performances including wearable paintings and canvas’ worn as backpacks live-painted during an exhibition. These performances express spontaneity and visibility of abstract painting to the viewer.
Local Gloucester based artists and friends Luba Arnold (Larnie) and Janice Lyall return to the Guildhall with their latest exhibition "Light and Space".
Stamp Collage artist Rachel Markwick's colourful and intriguing pictures feature subjects as diverse as Ships, some inspired by the Gloucester Tall Ships Festival, International Landmarks, gardens, hearts, flags, flowers, fish and more...