Our Autumn Exhibition features a wide range of 2D and 3D original fine art.
Our SUMMER EXHIBITION features a wide range of original fine art, paintings, prints, photographs, ceramics, turned wood and silver.
Bucks Art Weeks is an annual event held in June every year where artists and makers all over the county open their studios or hold exhibitions and events showcasing and demonstrating their work. It is a wonderful opportunity to experience first-hand the creativity going on around Buckinghamshire. Claydon Gallery is proud to host 8 artists who will be demonstrating and exhibiting their work in the gallery.
Our exhibition features places which explore and express strong physical and cultural identity, places that are distinctive and significant. We have a wide range of art including paintings, limited edition linoprints and screen prints, photographs and drawings. We also, as usual, have a range of 3D art including silver, bronze resin and bronze sculpture, ceramics, turned wood and stone sculpture.
A mixed exhibition on the theme of Wildlife and Animals. There will be a wide range of work on show, acrylic paintings, watercolour paintings, watercolour and ink paintings, Japanese woodblock prints, reduction linoprints, limited edition prints and giclee prints, stone sculpture, ceramics, bronze resin sculptures, bronze sculpture and silver.
We will also be hosting two Christmas events; an evening shopping event on Thursday 9th November 5pm - 8pm and a one day Christmas shopping day on Saturday 2nd December 10am - 4 pm.
Participating printmakers: Kathryn Acton, Helen Boden, Laura Boswell, Alexandra Buckle, Sally Cole, Jeannelise Edelsten, Barry Gowers, Lindsey Graham, Adrian Hobbs, Iain Hodgkinson, Pirjo Keane, Colin Moore, Ian Scott Massie, Simon Tozer.
A mixed exhibition of paintings, ceramics, sculptures, limited edition prints and other art forms celebrating all things summery.
In the gallery we will have lovely seascapes by Robin Souter, raku by Richard Ballantyne, Japanese woodblock prints by Laura Boswell, stone carving by Paul Acton, exquisite ceramics from Bridget Tennent, and photography by Adrian Hobbs.
And lots to see at other venues in The Courtyard.
This exhibition features work by artists who portray an emotional rather than representational response to landscape.
Peter Austin, Shirley Bradford, Sally Cole, Adrian Hobbs, Paul Millichip, Jon Rowland
A lovely opening exhibition featuring a huge range of artistic disciplines. We’d like to thank those friends who contributed their work, and helped make our first few weeks so successful.
Kathryn Acton, Paul Acton, Hilary Audus, Richard Ballantyne, Clive Baxter, Shirley Bradford, Alexandra Buckle, Ros Castling, Violeta Corzo, Caroline Cousin, Barry Gowers, Adrian Hobbs, Bob King, Graham Lester, Paul Millichip, Cathy Read, Sarah Wood