I shall be exhibiting my work in a solo exhibition to be held in The Arts Centre Stamford during December. The exhibition is called : Here and Now & The Future.
The exhibition will showcase paintings which I have completed recently using my familiar styles, techniques and colour as well as the more recent and newer techniques which I have been developing.
Also I shall be updating the blog, regularly, as the exhibition nears (and during it) and hope to show a varied selection of the approximately 60+ pictures which will be exhibited between 6th December 2019 and 4th January 2020.
In addition to the paintings there will be a variety of prints, smaller experimental pieces and cards (general and winter season) for sale.
Jess Fuller Art is taking part in the first Grantham Arts Trail and you will find us in St. Wulfram’s Church. For further information and details of the artists taking part look at the Grantham Arts Trail website:
The Carre Gallery London exhibition closes this weekend but will be transferring to the Sleaford Gallery, 28 Carre St. Sleaford Lincs. NG34 7TR for three weeks during October, if you want to view.
Two of my recent seascapes are currently at exhibition at The Carre Exhibition in Notting Hill, London. The London based artist, Kyle Hawkins is painting in-situ and the venue is open every Friday and Saturday during July between 12pm and 6pm.
The Carre Exhibition,
20, Chepstow Rd,
Cost of Entry : Free.
Open : Every Friday and Saturday, during July 2019, between 12pm-6pm.
Sweetpeas in Vase is currently on exhibition at the Carre Gallery, Sleaford, Lincs.
“Filey – 7.10 am” was voted by the visitors to my recent exhibition, at the Willoughby Memorial Gallery, as their favourite painting.
I hope to expand on these ideas and techniques for further work which I will be showing at a solo exhibition, in December this year, at the Stamford Arts Centre, 27 St. Mary’s Street, Stamford, Lincolnshire.. PE9 2DL.
Take a look at my exhibition page to view a selection of the (approximately) 50 pictures which will be on display, in April, at the Willoughby Memorial Gallery , Corby Glen. Lincolnshire.
From time to time I shall add or rotate some the paintings, on my online gallery page, which you will then be able to see and purchase from the actual exhibition at the Willoughyby Memorial Gallery, in April.
I hope the exhibition will show the changes and development of my style, painting techniques and increasing experimentation with differing media over the last 3 years since I last had a solo exhibition. The natural world, land and seascapes, flora and fauna still play an important part in my work as I continue to explore colour, abstraction and an ever increasing use of different painting methods and materials.
Willoughby Memorial Trust Gallery,
“From Here To The Coast : Then and Now”
Both paintings have been recently completed and are now resident with their owners! For information about commissioning a painting or to join my ‘Commissions List’ please email me and I shall get back to you as soon as possible.