Category Archives: member’s exhibitions

Reptile to Reef by Jill Moger

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Ceramicist Jill Moger has a beautiful new book out on her intricately sculpted work. Lavishly illustrated it not only has a wonderful collection of examples of her pieces but also show the process involved. Available from Langford Press and via Jill’s own website the book is priced at £38. There is a launch and accompanying exhibition at Nature in Art from 16th September to 12th October.


Chris Rose Exhibition

Chris Rose is holding a one-man exhibition of recent paintings at the Wildlife Art Gallery, Lavenham, Suffolk from 23rd June – 6th July. Work on show will include recent paintings from the seashore along with some sketches and some Antarctic paintings.

Little Gems 15-22 February, Mall Galleries, London

Little Gems will bring together images from across the British Isles, featuring pockets of our glorious country. From landscapes to secluded scenes, Members of the Federation of British Artists will explore the gems of our land through print, pastel and paint.

The pictures will be small, emphasising the feeling of discovery, providing ‘picture postcard’ works that are accessible in price and easy to carry home.
All works are for sale and a selection are available to browse and buy online at Mall Galleries.
Exhibition open 15-22 February, 10am to 5pm
Mall Galleries, The Mall, London SW1   Admission Free

Four “Take a Walk on the Wild Side”

Carry Akroyd, Robert Greenhalf, Thelma Sykes and Matt Underwood show work in “Take a Walk on the Wild Side”, a mixed exhibition at The Assembly House, Norwich from Friday 6th September 2013 to Thursday 31st October 2013. The Assembly House is open 9 am to 5 pm Tuesday to Saturday.




Nik Pollard & Greg Poole exhibition – Slimbridge WWT

Slimbridge WWT, Gloucestershire  – 11th August to 23rd September 2013

FIVE DECADES – A Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the SWLA

This exhibition at Nature in Art in Gloucestershire, runs from July 30th to September 1st. Current SWLA members were asked to chose a fellow SWLA member from any point of the 50 year history and write a short piece on why they have been inspired by that artist. With examples from artists spanning the history of the Society and insights from the members on why they have chosen them, it should prove to be a fascinating show with a wide selection of work on display.

Pairings include Robert Gillmor talking about Charles Tunnicliffe, Chris Rose on why he is inspired by Bruce Pearson, Matt Underwood on painter Ken Waterfield, Robert Greenhalf on the talents of Kim Atkinson and Harriet Mead on what she admires about the work of Kendra Haste.