A listing of events focusing on Painting, Sculpture and Ceramics.
Upcoming Events › Painting, Sculpture, Ceramics
Parallel Lines: Drawing and Sculpture Exhibition @ The LightboxFind out more »
This year Greenwich Printmakers celebrate their 40th anniversary and this summer, to honour the occasion, Watts Contemporary Gallery will host 'Greenwich Printmakers at 40'. The exhibition will feature prints by all 35 members and will showcase their distinctive styles and subject matter,with many members creating exclusive and never-before-seen prints, directly responding to the Artists' Village: its local environment, architecture and collections. Featured techniques include linocut, etching, screenprint, monoprint, photoetching, aquatint, drypoint, solar plate gravure, collagraph, lithography, wood engraving and woodcut.Find out more »
The Charity Pop-Up Gallery with Garden, in the beautiful village of Shere, is a celebration of art and nature.
It also raises awareness of, and funds for, mental health and nature conservation with Oakleaf and WWF.
The free summer exhibition ‘Feeling & Matter’ will show the diverse creative output of the English painter, sculptor and writer, John Rich. Having exhibited alongside David Hockney and many others, he went on to have critically successful one-man shows in London and exhibited with the Young Contemporaries and the London Group. He then struggled with bi-polar and sadly fell into obscurity.
This exhibition presents many works never before shown in public and features those kindly lent by Lord & Lady Levy.
The garden complements the gallery and reflects the life-long relationship between the artist and his muse.
Open July to September.
12noon to 6pm at weekends.
(other times by appointment - please email us)
An exhibition dedicated to exploring the life and art of the Victorian Orientalist artist John Frederick Lewis (1804-1876).Find out more »
See Fiona Grady's installation, A Glimpse of the East, which responds to the patterns, light and colours in the works exhibited in John Frederick Lewis: Facing Fame.Find out more »
This exhibition celebrates the very best of contemporary watercolour.Find out more »
The annual Centrepiece project brings together children from seven local schoolsFind out more »
People and Places celebrates the 60th anniversary of Guildford House being opened as our art gallery. People and places as portrayed in the art work and objects in Guildford Borough Council’s museum and gallery collections. On show 20 July-22 SeptemberFind out more »
Trevor Price is one of our long-term favourite artists - Trevor specialises in drypoints and etchings that are handmade and hand printed in his studios in London and St. Ives. For this exhibition, he has also created a new body of paintings.Find out more »
Over the past 30 years David has developed his work from raw assemblage with found objects to the much more refined pieces he now creates. One thing has remained constant - the use of metal.Find out more »
The exhibition joins the celebrations of Farnham in Bloom. Artists throughout the centuries from all cultures have been drawn to the beauty and elegance of flowers. Virginia Wolff remarks that we need to understand the beguiling beauty of a single flower, in order to grasp the meaning and potential of life itself.Find out more »
Ann Marie's outdoor sketches depict a different space on the paper and canvas; a space that conveys some of what it feels like to be in that landscape, not simply an image of what it looks like.Find out more »
This popular workshop returns to the Guildford Institute. Claire Harrison will explain the colour wheel in depth and demonstrate how to mix colours, as well as giving tips on how to remake the exact same shade once it has run out! Inspiration will be taken from Matisse on how to use different colours together effectively. This workshop is for all abilities. Thursday 29 August · 1pm–4pm £19.80 (£18 concs; £16.50 GI Members)Find out more »
The Women's Support Centre aims to prevent women coming into contact with the Criminal Justice System by promoting participation and achievement in the arts. This motivates, inspires and helps women to develop the skills needed to lead a more positive life. This year’s theme is ‘Hear My Voice’.Find out more »
This new exhibition will bring together the significant works of Scottish Colourists S.J. Peploe (1871 - 1935), J.D. Fergusson (1874 - 1961), G.L. Hunter (1877 - 1931) and F.C.B. Cadell (1871 - 1935). The works will include paintings and drawings which represent all of the favoured subjects of the artists such as still-life, interior scenes, landscapes and portraiture.Find out more »
An introduction to small scale clay modelling, as well as demonstrations in traditional hand building techniques, such as coiling, slab building and pinch pots.Find out more »
Sime Art Gallery - Celebrate the Gallery’s recent achievement of a National Lottery Heritage Fund grant to help secure the future of the Gallery.Find out more »
The Surrey Contemporaries will be back at Denbies Wine Estate in Dorking from 16th to 22nd September for another Art Exhibition/Sale. Local artists with an eclectic mix of styles and subjects, affordable original paintings, prints and cards. Free Entry - all purchases can be taken away immediately. www.surreycontemporaries.co.ukFind out more »
On the 400th anniversary of the founding of Abbot’s Hospital on the High Street, this exhibition looks at George Abbot the man and the wonderful Alms House he gave to Guildford which is still a home for town residents today. On show at Guildford House Gallery 28 September - 26 OctoberFind out more »
The Society of Designer Craftsmen North Surrey Group presents a rich, vibrant and varied exhibition including Ceramics, Textiles and Jewellery.Find out more »
Meet the Artists on Saturday 5th October 2019
The Society of Designer Craftsmen North Surrey Group presents a rich, vibrant and varied exhibition including Ceramics, Textiles, Glass and Jewellery. 2 - 4 pm Saturday 5th October 2019
The Society of Designer Craftsmen North Surrey Group presents a rich, vibrant and varied exhibition including Ceramics, Textiles, Glass and Jewellery.Find out more »