“We so enjoyed the ‘Unframed’ show at the Chapel Gallery so much so that we visited twice!” Jenny & Evan
The ‘Unframed’ exhibition showed a large and varied selection of drawings from a number of artists. Some were more finished, as it were, but most were beautiful, raw examples of the artist’s working practice and it is therefore hardly surprising that a considerable number of visitors were indeed artists themselves (we can not resist the opportunity to look at other peoples drawings). There was something here for everyones taste with mark making of every shape size and description from Roger Percival’s bold, abstract charcoals to delicate ‘etchings’ in bees wax by Jane Tudge.
Personally for me, it was a chance to see ‘Welsh Cove’ (above), which measures 1.5M x 2M, hanging in a beautiful space and I did say goodbye to one of my smaller, investigative ink works. It was great to meet and chat with, amongst others, Jane Tudge and Deb Catesby and massive well done to Vicky and Sheila at The Chapel for putting on a great show.
Many thanks to all my friends who came to view.