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MA Fine Art Show
17 – 25th July , Open Wed – Sun, 11am – 4pm
Artist Talks: 24th & 25th July from 1pm
from recognisable sources features new work by:
Jo Callaghan, Alison Griffin, Poppie Jones, Sarah Jones, Sorell Matei, Ed Noott, Jess Price, Sara Smith, Rae Stevens, Harri Webster
We are proud to announce and invite you to this exciting exhibition by ten Fine Art Masters students from Hereford College of Arts with the launch of their newest show from recognisable sources.
It is the final exhibition of HCA’s Festival of Arts, a series of events that celebrate the work of HCA students and graduates, from college-level, degree-level, and postgraduate courses.
from recognisable sources – ten artists, ten different visual journeys derived from personal life experiences. Art starts from things we know by heart: the familiarity of a brush, colour, form, dreams and pain. We experiment to alter our reality, to transform it, to find a new rhythm, a personal language, a new manifest.
On show will be a diverse range of contemporary sculpture, painting, drawing, photography, sound, video projections, and installation work.
The exhibition is free and open to all, following current social distancing guidelines.
Open to the public 11am to 4pm on the following dates:
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Thank you to everyone who visited, who exhibited, who helped in staging exhibitions, to photographing the wonderful art & sculpture, to serving great coffee & cakes, to mowing the meadows.
All the things that make Canwood such a wonderful place to visit!
Our exhibitions throughout 2019 drew in visitors from all parts of the country, county and world!
Moff Skellington began the season back in May followed by the Artists Workshop’s Face2Face exhibition and then the sculptures from Nicole Fahri and her friends art, culminating in Hereford Art Week.
The artists that contributed to these exhibitions included
Moff Skellington, Carolyn Morris, Brian Cook, Deb Catesby, Dawn Harris, Chris Rider, Bryonie Williams, Helen Garbett, Bridget Rea, Cristina Celestini,Mathew Rea, Julie Swinsco, Jilly Oxlade-Arnott, Maggie Shuter, Kim Philpotts, Deb Eldred, Jane Spence, Shaun Hughes, Maria Boyle, Michala Gyetvai, Zarina Keyani, Mark Robins, Rachel Doughty, Tor Hildyard, Claire Watson, Cliff Hayward, Anna Mitchell, Ruth Judd, Cathy Jones, Karen Barlow, Sally White, Nicole Fahri, Anthony Wishaw, Mick Moon, Janet Nathan, Duncan Macaskill, John Mcdonald, Simon Micklejohn, Angela Connor, Glenn Morris, Heather Jansch, Mark Houghton, Caro Burberry, Tracey Emin, William Peers, Ed Elliott, Andrew Dunnill, Jaz Asbury, Will Carr, Simon Probyn, Alison Lochhead, Harvey Hood, Richard Jackson, Walenty Pytel, Antonia Spowers, Ella Sparling, Walter Van Straaten.
Our previous season has received some great comments – thank you
“What a lovely place, so well kept. We both create art ourselves so we found this place inspiring. Lovely tea and cake in the cafe”
“A friendly welcome. A simple map. Fresh air and lovely views as we walked around the sculptures. Also two galleries of paintings and art. We stopped for a cream tea and cake. Highly recommended”
“This is a truly remarkable place. An inspirational idea, exquisitely designed, perfectly executed and carefully maintained. Achieving this takes incredible attention to detail. Thank you so much for making this available.”
“A glorious situation and a wonderful selection of artworks for all tastes. The Canwood Gallery is an amazing resource – thank you!”
“Tranquil space for appreciation and reflection”