APPOINTMENT OF 2 NEW EAST LODGE MANAGERS
EAST LODGE EXHIBITION AVAILABILITY FOR 2024
LSA EAST LODGE EXHIBITION – SEPTEMBER 2023 – GILL BUICK & PHILIP COLECHIN
CALL OUT FOR EXHIBITION AT ART ROOM – THEME TO BE ‘REFLECTION’
EAST LODGE GALLERY COFFEE MORNINGS
UPDATED LIST OF RELEVANT CONTACTS
2 NEW EAST LODGE MANAGERS
We are pleased to announce that Andi Dunn and Casilda Serrano Villabos have been appointed as joint East Lodge managers and officially start on the 1st September.
We know that you will all give them a warm welcome and support them in this important role going forward.
There is still gallery space availability to showcase your amazing artwork for 2024. The months that haven’t been filled are as follows:
June for 2 weeks during Warwickshire Open Studios
Please contact Alastair Gamble to find out more about availability for exhibition space hire on: email@example.com
I began painting shortly after I took early retirement. Then an artist friend insisted on giving me a painting lesson whilst staying with her, and I loved it! Art has become my passion.
I use mostly Acrylics and Oils, but along my artistic journey, I have had great fun painting many different subjects, using mixed media and incorporating texture into much of my work.
Bright colours are a feature of most of my paintings, especially when painting the beautiful colour of nature!
I have exhibited regularly with Leamington Studio Artists, the Stratford Upon Avon Society of Artists, and with the Association of Midland Artists in both Leamington Spa and the Rugby Art Gallery, and during Warwickshire Open Studios.
My success as an artist has grown over the years, with my paintings in private collections locally and internationally in California and Singapore!
A quote I aspire to, by Gérard Curtis Delano:
“God gave me a talent to create beauty and that is is what He wanted me to do”
Most of his work reflects the last 35 years of living on Scotland’s South West Coast, painting views and landscapes of the estuaries and the abundance of wildlife in the area.
In recent times, his work had varied from painting with watercolours and oils to sculpting from wood and copper. He has exhibited his artwork across Scotland but now resides in Byfield, West Northamptonshire, to be closer to family.
The Coffee morning organised by Mary Thomas at the East Lodge Gallery last Tuesday 29th was very well attended. We have decided that all future coffee mornings will be held on the Tuesday of the last week of the exhibition, as opposed to having it directly after the put up of a new exhibition.
With new exhibitions we like to have a smooth transition and it helps with the final arrangement of the curation before the gallery opens it doors on a Wednesday. It also doesn’t interfere with the public’s viewing of the artworks.
We look forward to seeing you all at the next coffee morning on Tuesday 19th September.
EAST LODGE MANAGERS
Andi DunnCasilda Serrano Villabos
EAST LODGE EXHIBITION ORGANISER
LSA ART ROOM
Maddie Webb &