Exhibitions & Events

Something for everyone this spring across Hertfordshire...

THE GLASS FAIR @ KNEBWORTH


'CRAFT OR ART ?', 14 Nov 2015 - 14 Feb 2016

Bushey Museum invites you to a new exhibition, in which the work of five local artists and craftsmen and women encourages us to re-examine the age-old debate: where does art begin and craft end? Do they overlap? Should they be considered of equal merit or is one superior to the other?

This selling exhibition which opened in November runs until Sunday 14 February 2016. The Museum, in Rudolph Road, Bushey WD23 3HW is open Thursdays to Sundays 11am-4pm. Admission is free.  See full article and further images


'THE ART OF ED ORG'

Further images and details about Ed Org and the other participating artists ...


CHRIS GROOMBRIDGE, Sculptor


'TIME & TIDE', 19 Jan - 26 Feb 2016

Setting sail…a toy soldier fleet head for Artistsmeet!

There’s something in the water at Artistsmeet as we begin a creative 2016, showcasing an exciting new exhibition with a big pop of colour. The gallery will feature the work of Jo Atherton, an artist who creates fascinating and playful tapestries using debris and materials found from scouring the coastlines of the UK.

Open Mon–Fri 10am – 4pm, Free entry
Watersmeet, High Street, Rickmansworth WD3 1EH


'DEXTERITY'


'THE CHANGING LANDSCAPE OF DIGSWELL' , Hertfordshire Gardens Trust


'REFLECTIONS'


POTTERS OPEN DAY


'A CURIOUS COLLECTOR', RARE RADISH


'INVISIBLE PEOPLE'


'RECENT WORK', CHRIS ROSKELL & NIGEL EARLE


SPRING PROGRAMME @THE NUDE TIN CAN GALLERY


PRINCESS HELENA COLLEGE ART FESTIVAL


'STRINGS ATTACHED', CHANTAL RIDINGS

The exhibition launches on 24 February (opening evening from 7.30pm) and runs until 9 March 2016.  Opening hours  Mon-Fri: 06:00–22:30; Sat: 07:30–21:00; Sun: 08:00–21:00; Bank Holidays: 08:00–20:00.  Further information...


'WORKS ON PAPER', Gail Robins 

Local artist Gail Robins will be displaying a colourful selection of abstract drawings in the Trestle Gallery Café 9 January - 3 March 2016.  Her pieces, with their interlaced lines often have the aesthetic of maps or labyrinthine diagrams. They are drawn freehand with archival pens over a loose base of ink and paint on paper.

The obsessive repetition of interweaving lines and circles bind the diverse subject matter together, presenting scenarios where opposing forces are bound together struggling for equilibrium.

Entry is free and the exhibition is open during our normal Trestle Arts Base hours, please click here for more information.

For more information visit www.trestle.org.uk/whats-on/gail-robins-exhibition-works-on-paper/

TRESTLE ARTS BASE
Russet Drive, St. Albans AL4 0JQ
(main entrance and car park is via Sovereign Park off Princess Diana Drive)  T: 01727 850950


'MATERIAL THINGS'


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