Original Prints, Paintings & Art Books
Welcome to the Aubrey Art Gallery.
The exhibition `Illumination` welcomes Ruth McCabe and Sue Eaton, each depicting their subject matter in a unique style. Sue uses the moonlight to illuminate a variety of wildlife whilst Ruth, who lives in east Suffolk, has developed a body of work in watercolour in which she responds to the play of light in all seasons on these undramatic agricultural landscapes. She is also inspired by the powerful Snowdonian landscape, capturing the light bouncing off the massive, colourful rock formations. Several pieces in this exhibition are work which has begun to emerge from these places.
Ruth McCabe has been selected for the exhibition for the annual Royal Watercolour Society Contemporary Competition, Bankside Gallery, London and is a finalist and exhibitor in the Sunday Times Contemporary Watercolour Competition, Mall Galleries, London. Sue Eaton has been accepted Society of Women Artists exhibition at The Mall Galleries this year.
The exhibition runs from June 1st until July 30th and the artists will be in the gallery between 11-1.00 on Saturday 4th June.
The gallery was founded in 2009 and specialises in original prints, drawings and watercolours - pictures to give pleasure - by an eclectic mix of artists including Penny Berry Paterson, Hugh Brandon Cox, Robert Gillmor, Andrew Haslen, Andrew Pitt, John Tookey, Sue Williams and Nat Young. Browse the artist pages and enjoy!
In keeping with a green approach to the environment, the gallery will no longer be sending flyers advertising our exhibitions in the post as everything will be by email. If you do not have an email address, then of course we will send you any appropriate information (but can you let us have your name please)
The majority of our stock, including a selection of a quality books by artists such as John Busby and Eric Ennion, can be purchased here online - please phone or email to enquire about framed work which does not have a 'buy now' button - but we would be delighted to welcome you to our gallery in the heart of the historic market town of Great Dunmow where we display a wide selection of framed prints and watercolours, and oil paintings including work by Paul Darley, John Dobbs, Brin Edwards, Piers Grizzelle, John Shave and Paul Stone.
As from February 1st, the gallery will be open Wednesday and Friday from 10am - 4pm and Thursday and Saturday from 10am - 2pm , or by appointment.
Please note that the prints on our website are not reproductions; they are original limited-edition works of art, printed, signed and numbered by the artist. You can read more about original limited-edition prints, the various methods artists use to create them, and our enthusiasm for them here.
A memorial exhibition of John Busby's watercolours and drawings is at the Scottish Gallery until 25th June
and there is a retrospective of John's oils at the Royal Scottish Academy until 30th June
www.royalscottishacademy.org. More on John's
life and work at www.johnbusbyartist.co.uk.
Two of Emma Buckmaster's pictures have been selected for The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition in Piccadilly, which runs from 13th June - 21st August.
Renowned artist Robert Gillmor has been made an MBE for his services to wildlife art.
Merrie Curtiss-Fuller has had a drawing of Blake accepted for the Royal Society of Portrait painters Exhibition at The Mall Galleries in May.
Paul Finn has been selected for the Royal Institute of Oil Painters exhibition at the Mall Galleries and an artist member of the printmakers council.
In the July edition of `The Artist` there is a fascinating article on Paul Finn, full of valuable advice plus some insight into how he achieves his very expressive canvases."I sometimes think that colour gets all the credit in a painting ,when in fact it is the tone that does all the hardwork". Read on for a most informative and enjoyable lesson in how to be bold yet true.
Congatulations to Marie Antonoiu who has had 2 paintings selected for the David Sheperd Wildlife Artist of the Year 2015.
Congratulations to Merrie Curtiss-Fuller who has had a picture accepted for the annual Royal Institute of Oil Painters at the Mall Gallery. Founded in 1882, the ROI`s membership boasts many of the best contemporary artists who work in this exciting medium.
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