The first Tubes Artists Gallery will be published with the release of issue #11 in December. Exhibiting will be Ten Artists from the UK, USA, and mainland Europe.Each artist will have a full page feature and three examples of their work offered to over 70,000 on line Tubes readers. To feature in future shows in the Tubes artists Gallery please submit three examples of your original paintings to email@example.com or fill in the form below where we can visit your website.
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This is a show that has ten painters and writer who has created poems for the works on exhibition at the Crossley Gallery venue inside the expansive Dean Clough complex.
In the introduction David Traves points out the inspiration of British 20th century painters such as David Bomberg, Leon Kossof and Frank Auerbach, that some of the participating artists may have been inspired by, although that is referring to paint application, more than it is to the subject.
The original concept and title for the exhibition. “Defining the Elemental” was his original idea and it conjures up a whole range of meanings behind it. Essentially the artwork to be shown in the main is based on nature, although one or two of the artists have expanded that to include the human figure and one or two with pure abstraction work that perhaps have broader and more expansive connection with the title of the show, i.e. “initium aquam” (Latin: Life began in Water) by Denis Taylor and “Rebuilding ground zero” by Jeanette Barnes. Richard Fitton, another fine painter, shows some new work, one in particular that is removed away from the ‘impasto paintings’ he is known for, to a more delicate surface finish and his growing concern for the drawing content in his creative output (e.g: “Amy” mixed media- on loan from a private collector). Ian Norris exhibits his highly developed semi-abstract work with his accomplished handling of paint, art works that are always based on dedicated charcoal sketches.
Nicki Heenan and Miranda Richmond are to exhibit their delightful and unique landscape paintings along with ‘imagined’ landscape paintings of Richard Clare and the more definite subject based work of Stephen Stringer. Shaun Smyth shall be showing a large panoramic painting of the Mersey Gateway Bridge, one of the many works that are to be shown at the Brindley Gallery, Merseyside with the exhibition ‘Constructing the Mersey Gateway Bridge’ (18th February 2018 to 5th April 2019). Shaun will also demonstrate his dedication as a skilled draughtsman by placing several charcoal sketch pieces next to his large painting. Barry De More, another painter whose work gives more than a nodding reference to Kossof and Frank Auerbach, will show works that range from the local environment of Keighley to Bradford (Yorkshire UK) to images of industrial workers on site.
All the painters and the work have a dedicated poem (prose) created by David Traves. His writing also extends to the brief introduction of the exhibition catalogue. David concentrates on his own reaction to each of the painters and their work and gives his own personal interpretation of the essence of each artist, words that are laid out in a classical manner, or style (i.e. short lines of words), but with deeper meaning behind them, meanings that perhaps encourages the reader to think more about the Art, and the artist(s) who created them.
All the work is available for acquisition by art institutions, public art galleries and the private art collector. Interested parties can contact, Crossley Gallery at Dean Clough (https://www.deanclough.com/) the artists directly or via painters Tubes magazine at: email@example.com
The exhibition runs from the 27th October 2018 through to the 12th January 2019
painters Tubes printed magazines are available to read at the Manchester Central Library, Manchester UK. Note: limited availability per issue. Enquires for supply of Tubes magazine for public venues welcomed: email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Note: Full Public release will be on the 7th November 2017.
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Note: :participating artists will be automatically receive the code for the ‘Free-on-Line Preview for this special feature.
Landscape – “Before Poussin to Today” in issue #5 of painters Tubes are delighted to include examples of contemporary landscapes from the work of the following artists (listed in first name alphabetical).
Alison Tyldesley – Arista Alanis – Bev Donahgue – Bruce Lyons – Chris Cyprus – Colin Taylor – Colin Haliday – Dave Bez – David Evans – Diane Terry – Dean Entwistle – Harry Roberston – Ian Norris – Jake Attree – Laurence Cause- Parsley – Martin Yeoman – Phil Ashley – Russel Howarth – Steve Capper – Ron Coleman.
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