- APPOINTMENT OF 2 NEW LSA TRUSTEES
- A BIG THANK YOU TO ED NASH
- EAST LODGE EXHIBITION AVAILABILITY FOR 2024
- LSA EAST LODGE EXHIBITION – OCTOBER 2023 – HANNAH KEMPE, PAULINA KALWARSKA, BEVERLEY RIDDLE & DENISE FUELL
- ANYA SIMMONS TO BE ARTIST IN RESIDENCE AT LSA ART ROOM FOR OCTOBER 2023
- EAST LODGE GALLERY COFFEE MORNINGS
- UPDATED LIST OF RELEVANT CONTACTS
We are happy to introduce two new LSA Trustees who have recently come on board. They are: Sue Southorn & Mike Patrick
There is still gallery space availability to showcase your amazing artwork for 2024. The months that haven’t been filled are as follows:
November – 1 room still for hire
December – 2 rooms for hirePlease contact Alastair Gamble to find out more about exhibition space hire on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hannah Kempe, Paulina Kalwarska, Beverley Riddle and Denise Fuell.Private View to be held on Saturday 7th October from 2 to 4pm
Hannah is a South African artist, based in Rugby. She is interested in worlds where imagination intertwine with symbolism, creating vibrant universes. Hannah is guided by ritual, trance & automatic drawing, inspired by colours, textures, marks & forms around her.
Hannah graduated from university with a BA Fine Arts in 2018, and since moving to England in 2021, has continued creating visual curiosities, exhibiting & taking commissions.
Paulina, a member of the Holyhead Studios, is a Polish contemporary artist based in Warwickshire. Paulina’s art practice is experimental in nature. Paulina is interested in encountering new materials, which allows for a playful and exploratory approach. Her most recent work consists of drawing, painting, printmaking and sculpture, through which she examines the endless relationships between colour, shape, form, texture and space.
Paulina’s abstract pieces often play with the viewers expectations. We are used to lines moving in such ways which create familiar shapes. A childhood memory arises, that of endlessly filling in pages of colouring books, according to the numbered areas of each image.
Although the shapes Paulina creates are not instantly recognizable, following the pathway of the lines helps one identify a sense of completeness and familiarity in each ‘’loop’’. Purposefully overlapping these shapes, Paulina creates a puzzle-like image, breaking up the anticipated forms by colouring in fragmented bits which manifest new shapes, ones which seem incomplete or disrupted as their edges don’t follow the original flow of the lines.
In Denise’s paintings she is seeking to interpret nature, landscape and habitat in a semi abstract, and impressionist form with an architectural quality.
Colour plays a major part in Denise’s work, using a broad and varied range of materials including watercolour, acrylic paint, and collage.
LSA ART ROOM FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER 2023
Anya is a professional artist living in Kineton, Warwickshire and exhibits in various galleries throughout the UK, attending regular events and exhibitions throughout the year.
Anya has always had a passion for art; the idea of being able to express what you think and feel about things and create your own interpretation of the subject matter – with distinct results – gives her great enjoyment.
Anya’s more recent works are profoundly influenced by beautiful coastal landscapes, quirky harbours and the ever-changing countryside of Great Britain. Anya enjoys working with various mediums creating an exciting blend of textures, shapes and vibrant colours; whilst continually experimenting with the effects that can be created using gesso, acrylic and acrylic inks. Anya loves the depth of colour, movement and versatility that can be achieved using these elements, working independently, but also in such a way that they complement each other.
Anya gets enormous pleasure from examining the form, colours, light and textures within our diverse landscape and she is continually striving to capture this. Within Anya’s works she strives to give her audience the romance or memory of a scene which is recognised as real, but does not always have a physical location.
The Coffee morning organised by Mary Thomas at the East Lodge Gallery last Tuesday 19th September was well attended.
We look forward to seeing you all at the next coffee morning on Tuesday 17th October.
LIST OF RELEVANT CONTACTS
Sue Bent,Alessia Sissa
|EAST LODGE MANAGERSAndi DunnCasilda Serrano Villabosemail@example.com@lsa-artists.org|
|EAST LODGE EXHIBITION ORGANISERAlastair Gamblefirstname.lastname@example.org|
LSA ART ROOM
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