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Forthcoming Exhibitions

02 - 16 nov

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Featured Artists

JONATHAN TRIM

Jonathan works from his studio near the Thames estuary often beginning the work out on location. The environments of estuaries, rivers and the low lying wetlands of Britain and the landscape of France are his constant sources of inspiration. He spends time every summer painting in South West France. He has developed a deep awareness and intense relationship to these types of landscapes. His work is often about places that he has explored over a long period of time. Some of these places are related to childhood memories and therefore are imbued with a deep sense of time and memory resulting in paintings that are rich in personal responses. 

MOISH SOKAL

Moish Sokal was born during the Israeli War of Independence to artistic parents who encouraged his talents. He grew up in a beachside town of the port city of Haifa.

At 20 he left his family to settle in Sydney, Australia when he married his first wife.

He studied Graphic Art and Design at Sydney Technical College and worked as a Graphic Designer and Illustrator for the next 20 years. However, he frequently left the commercial world to travel and paint, mainly in third-world countries, but also visiting Israel and England with his Somerset-born second wife. The Sokals came to live in England in 1990. Since then Sokal has had many one-man exhibitions.

GREGG ANSTON-RACE

Leading Cornish glass artist Gregg Anston-Race creates his stunning contemporary glass at the Craft Fusion Studios on the banks of the River Tamar that divide Devon & Cornwall.

Gregg, who was born in Truro and now lives on the North Cornish coast is strongly influenced by the landscape and heritage of his native county, distilling into his glass art the essence of the Cornish countryside and organic colours created using the natural minerals that gave Cornwall its rich mining history.Leading Cornish glass artist Gregg Anston-Race creates his stunning contemporary glass at the Craft Fusion Studios on the banks of the River Tamar that divide Devon & Cornwall.

Gregg, who was born in Truro and now lives on the North Cornish coast is strongly influenced by the landscape and heritage of his native county, distilling into his glass art the essence of the Cornish countryside and organic colours created using the natural minerals that gave Cornwall its rich mining history.

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