Peninsular Artists

10 – 21 September Peninsular Artist are a collaborative collective that brings together artists across different media within a collaborative, supportive framework, thus providing the opportunity for artists to share skills and knowledge and discuss their work.  See their website at peninsularartists.com. They are all professional artists who live or work on the Gosport peninsula.  

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Hampshire Open Studios

17 – 26 August – OPEN EVERY DAY 11am – 4pm This year we have a group show from local artists for the annual Hampshire Open Studios.   See below for a little about some of the artists.  Each day one of the artists will be at the gallery, so please come along and chat to

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Natural perception

Karen Eames and Paul Best 6 – 10 August Visual perceptions of the natural environment, it’s beauty, its variety, its complexity and its mystery. Karen Eames Karen’s work is expressive, dreamlike and captures a sense of place. Her painting often relates to personal visual experiences of every day life. Paul Best Paul is particularly drawn

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Brodnax Moore at the Edge

9 – 20 July Bronax lives in Gosport where he was born.  After a career in civil engineering and information science he moved into art in the ’70’s and opened a studio in Hebden Bridge.   A spell in France led to a career in translating technical documents.    Brodnax returned to Gosport over ten years

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Anne Shaw at the Edge

23 July – 3 August 2019 Anne Shaw is a Portsmouth based artist who when she first came to Portsmouth was fascinated by the sea and this fascination has continued. I saw how light reflects form. I wanted to be able to grasp something of the energy of the instability of what I was seeing. 

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Ingrid Kerma at the Edge

25 June – 6 July, Ingrid Kerma at the Edge. About the artist Born in Eberswalde, near Berlin, German and trained at Reading University where she gained a first class degree.  She did her MA at Goldsmith’s College, London and has taught at Central St Martin’s, Falmouth School of Arts and Reading University. Ingrid is

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Alexandra Costin at the Edge

28 May – 8 June This body of work aims to challenge the social norms imposed throughout history on the human sexual identity. The series combines architectural photography with manipulated body imagery in order to stimulate contrasting states in the experience of the viewer through the use of different textures. Elements such as concrete and

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Huw Heywood

Please click on thumbnails to see the full art work.  Statement  I began painting full time in 2015. My work has it’s roots in abstract art, recalling the feeling of a place or a condition and employing medium and technique to express it. The paintings begin as ideas, working in sketchbooks to establish the varying,

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