Summer Show

Malcolm Ashman RBA ROI RWA, Olivia Clifton-Bligh, Parastoo Ganjei

Andrew Lansley, Stephen Lavis, Jackie Philip and Lawrence Quigley

 

2 August - 3 September
 

With the latest paintings by Malcolm Ashman, depicting landscapes of the South West of England, landscape paintings by Andrew Lansley in egg tempera, abstract compositions by Stephen Lavis and a selection of work by gallery artists. This exhibition provides a rich and plentiful variety of original paintings from

£200 - £4,500.

 

Somerset Levels
Malcolm Ashman RWA
acrylic on panel
22 x 29cm
 

 

 

Sea Pool
Malcolm Ashman RWA
acrylic on panel
22 x 29cm
 

 

Distant Tor
Malcolm Ashman RWA
acrylic on panel
22 x 29cm

 

 

Owl Wood
Malcolm Ashman RWA
watercolour on paper
15 x 16.5cm
 

 

Set Fair, Somerset Levels
Malcolm Ashman RWA
acrylic on panel
36 x 46cm

 

Dartmoor Cloud
Malcolm Ashman RWA
watercolour on paper
15 x 16.5cm

 

Malcolm Ashman works in oils, acrylics and pencil, the landscape and the figure are his principal subjects. He is an academician at the Royal West of England Academy, a member of the Royal Society of British Artists, the Royal Institute of Oil Painters and the Bath Society of Artists.  Ashman regularly exhibits in London and the south of England, including the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, the Threadneedle Prize and the Royal Watercolour Society, Bankside Gallery, London. His paintings can be found in the collections of Bristol Museum & Art Gallery, The Marquis of Bath, John Harvey of Bristol, The Victoria Gallery Bath and Royal Bank of Scotland.


 

 

Raven II
bronze, edition of 9
58 x 32 x 32cm

 

 

Raven I
bronze, edition of 9
58 x 32 x 32cm

 

Song Thrush & Rosehip

linocut print, ed. 30

81 x 46cm

 

Bull Terrier
Olivia Clifton-Bligh
bronze, edition of 9

42 x 24 x 24cm

 

Long Tail Tit &

Silk Tassel

linocut print, ed. 30

81 x 46cm

 

Olivia Clifton-Bligh is an award-winning figurative sculptor working in bronze, and also a printmaker specialising in woodcut and linocut techniques. Olivia studied at Goldsmiths’ College (BA.Hons Fine Art/Art History 1990-93). She exhibits her work in London and throughout the UK and is currently a member of the Royal Society of British Sculptors. In 2014 she won the Altea Wynne Bursary Award.
 

 

 

My Roses

Parastoo Ganjei
acrylic on canvas
51 x 66cm
 

 

White Cloth

Parastoo Ganjei
acrylic on canvas
51 x 61cm

 

Spring Roses

Parastoo Ganjei
acrylic on canvas
68 x 88cm
 

 

Dark Shadows

Parastoo Ganjei
acrylic on canvas
41 x 41cm
 

 

Forever Love

Parastoo Ganjei
acrylic on canvas
30 x 40cm
 

 

 

 

Golden Roses in a

Glass Vase

Parastoo Ganjei
acrylic on canvas
41 x 41cm

 

Parastoo Ganjei, comes from an artistic family, with a grandfather who was a prominent painter in Iran. She paints still lifes as well as landscapes, roses are a favourite subject for her and she captures the weight of the flower heads beautifully whilst keeping a strong sense of movement. Using this common subject as a vehicle to portray feelings and emotions, there is a vitality as well as balance to her work. Parastoo Ganjei studied fine art in Iran, Sussex and Bournmouth University. Exhibiting widely in the United Kingdom, her work has proved to be extremely popular.

 

 

 

Blue Field Farm

Andrew Lansley

egg tempera on panel

28.5 x 37.3cm

 

A Brief Summary of the Weather

Andrew Lansley

egg tempera on panel

54 x 54cm

 

 

Flooded Fields

Andrew Lansley

egg tempera on panel

31 x 36.5cm

 

 

Night Navigation
Andrew Lansley
egg tempera on paper
100 x 100cm
 

Andrew Lansley works in egg tempera and watercolour. His focus is on landscape, marine and architectural subjects. Lansley is the current Chairman of Bath Society of Artists. He won the 2016 Royal Watercolour Society Exhibitions Award and has exhibited at the Royal Academy, RWA and numerous shows at the Mall Galleries, including the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours, Royal Society of Marine Artists, New English Art Club, Royal Society of British Artists, Sunday Times Watercolour and Lynn Painter Stainers Prize. Lansley’s paintings are in a number of important corporate collections and he has been specially commissioned to paint works for the collections of John Lewis Partnership; The Royal United Hospital, Bath; Roman Baths, Bath and Homewood Spa Hotel. He is spending part of this summer painting in the Arctic, before setting out for Antarctica next year, having been selected by The Scott Polar Research Institute as their Resident Artist.

 

 

 

 

Abstract

Stephen Lavis

oil on canvas, 2017

51 x 77cm

 

 

 

Three Pears
Stephen Lavis

oil on canvas

120 x 100cm

 

Hull

Stephen Lavis

oil on canvas, 2017

20 x 20cm

 

Stephen Lavis trained at Southampton College of Art.  He enjoyed a successful career as a book illustrator; notably, he created the artwork for the covers of the Chronicles of Narnia novels by CS Lewis. In the mid-2000s Lavis changed direction to focus on painting, choosing mainly to work in oils. Based in South West Cornwall, Lavis became interested by the work of the British mid-century Modernists and the influence of artists such as William Scott can be seen in his work. He is an Associate Member of the Penwith Society of Arts in Cornwall. His work has been exhibited in London, Cornwall and Bath.

 

 

 

Fresh Garden Mint, Marigolds and Mace

Jackie Philip
raw pigment & oil on canvas
46 x 40cm

 

 

Lilac Haze with Globe Thistle

Jackie Philip
raw pigment & oil on canvas
46 x 40cm

 

Nasturtiums and Violets

Jackie Philip
raw pigment & oil on canvas
30 x 30cm
 

 

Jackie Philip studied Fine Art at Gray's School of Art, Aberdeen, at Wimbledon School of Art, London and at The Royal Academy of Arts, London from 1978 – 1986, attaining her B.A. and MFA. Since completing her postgraduate studies, she has been painting full time as a professional artist and lectured in London, Florence and Auckland. Jackie Philip's paintings are created using raw pigment and oil on canvas to create a rich tapestry of colour and luminosity of light. Jackie has exhibited widely abroad and in the UK and her paintings can be found in both corporate and private collections in the UK, Italy, Barbados, the Americas, Hong Kong and Australasia. Jackie has received many prestigious scholarships and awards including The Italian Government Scholarship, British Institute Fund and RSA Hospital Field Award and Residency.

 

 

 

Poole Harbour
Lawrence Quigley
oil on canvas
30 x 40cm
 

 

 

Dungeness,

Hot Summer's Day
Lawrence Quigley
oil on canvas
51 x 76cm

 

Dungeness,Twilight
Lawrence Quigley
oil on canvas
51 x 61cm

 

 

View from London Bridge

Lawrence Quigley
oil on panel
15 x 21cm

 

View Towards Lambirth Bridge

Lawrence Quigley
oil on panel
21 x 26cm

 

Lawrence Quigley gained his MA in Fine Art at The Royal Academy of Arts, London, after his training at Loughborough College of Art and The Laird School of Art, Birkenhead. Some of his Awards include Turner Gold Medal Award (R.A. Schools); British Institution Award for Printmaking; and Welsh Arts Council Grant. He has exhibited in London; Berlin and Museum of the South West, Texas, USA as well as various locations around Great Britain.

 

 

 

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