Exhibition is big coup for Devizes gallery
11:00am Friday 13th December 2013 in Latest News
The latest exhibition at the Wine Street Gallery, Devizes, features award-winning artist Jeremy Gardiner.
Mr Gardiner, who is based in London, attended the private view of the exhibition where he signed copies of his book, Unfolding Landscape.
Dawn Galbraith, co-owner of the Wine Street Gallery, said: “Jeremy complimented us on the hanging of his work and he was very pleased with the gallery space.
“He is a nationally and internationally renowned artist so it’s a big coup for us to exhibit his work.”
Other exhibitors include Wiltshire artists Gill Marriner Edwards, Maxine Foster, Sebastian Ward Turner and Sasha Wardell, of Bradford on Avon.
Ms Galbraith said: “Sasha is nationally acknowledged to be one of the finest potters in the country.
“She works in bone china and so fine are the pieces that they are translucent in places.
“For every successful pot that comes out of the kiln, only one in three will survive the process.”
Other artists include Richard Baxter and Ingrid Saag.
This is the third exhibition since the gallery was resurrected in September.
It runs until January 25 and is open Saturdays 11am to 5pm and Sundays and Monday 11am to 4pm.
The gallery is at Unit 10, White Horse Business Centre, Hopton Industrial Estate, behind Peter Vaughan’s cookery school.
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