I am extremely pleased to announce that my sculpture will be exhibited at Arusha Gallery, Edinburgh, from 8 June 2017.
Spike Island Open Studios 2017
28 April to 1 May 2017 – Free entry
The annual Spike Island Open is a chance to explore behind the scenes of this former Brooke Bond tea packing factory. Spike Island is home to over 70 artists’ studios, Spike Print Studio, UWE Fine Art BA/MA students, as well as many other creative practitioners including designers, writers, filmmakers, animators and photographers.
Come and see some of my recent experimental work in Studio 22.
Opening night: Fri 28 April, 6–9pm (party ’til late).
Saturday 29 April to Monday 1 May, 11am–5pm daily.
The drawing Sunday’s Carnival has won the South West of England award in the 2016 National Open Art Competition. The award was presented by Michael Wolff (co-founder of Wolff Olins) at Mercer’s Hall, London on Friday.
NOA16 South West of England Award is sponsored by Seaward Properties. Thank you NOA and Seaward Properties.
Sunday’s Carnival, Charcoal on Paper, 127x97cm (50″x38”).
I am extremely pleased to announce that I am now being represented by Hugo Galerie, SoHo, New York, and that they will be hosting a solo exhibition of my sculpture and drawings from 22 October – 13 November 2016.
Between the Ancients and Me
Exhibition runs: 22 October – 13 November 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday 22 October, 6-8pm. Please RSVP to the gallery: email@example.com
Hugo Galerie specialises in contemporary figurative painting, drawing and sculpture, representing an international roster of talented artists working in a wide variety of mediums. Reco Sturgis, founder of Hugo Galerie, was previously director of Axelle Fine Arts Galerie in SoHo. Axelle founded itself as a crucial part of the New York City art scene over the last twenty years but sadly, after owner Bertrand Delacroix’s passing in 2015, the gallery permanently closed. Hugo Galerie aims to keep Bertrand’s legacy alive and continue the Axelle tradition by representing many of Axelle’s artists and seeking out new ones working in a similar aesthetic.
472 West Broadway, New York, NY 10012
Beaux Arts Bath will be showing work by Beth Carter at LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair, Berkeley Square, London from 13 to 18 September 2016. The gallery can be found on stand A9.
For more information please visit the LAPADA website or contact Beaux Arts Bath;
T +44 1225 464 850
I am really pleased to announce that my work is now being shown in London by Panter and Hall at their wonderful premises in Pall Mall.
The gallery have an exciting programme of solo and mixed shows throughout the year exhibiting a selection of contemporary artists alongside the some of the most celebrated names in twentieth century art.
Beaux Arts Bath are showing new paintings and sculpture in ‘Artists of Fame and Promise’ group exhibition from 27 June to 27 August 2016.
Simon Allen, Akash Bhatt, Beth Carter, Andrew Crocker, Stewart Edmondson, Atsuko Fuji, Nathan Ford, Anna Gillespie, Greg Gilbert, Nicholas Middleton, Anthony Scott, Jason Walker, Conor Walton and Simon Wright.