Previous Exhibitions at Upfront Gallery
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16th Apr 2013 - 19th May 2013
Exhibition of Paintings and Limited Edition Prints
Landscape is still the main preoccupation since Christina last exhibited at Upfront Gallery. However, gaining a studio with panoramic views has allowed her to work from life in all weathers, looking out at the South Tyne Valley from her windows. Christina is well known for her use of colour in contemporary landscape painting. Much of her work in recent years combines a link between her love of trees, fields and skies with objects taken from her domestic world.
5th Mar 2013 - 14th Apr 2013
A Mixed exhibition of photography, paintings and original lithographs. Photography by Tommy Martin, Mike Shepherd and Damian Reid. Ink and watercolour paintings by Irene Sanderson. Original lithographs by Alan Stones. Pastels and prints by Edward Tibbs.
Irene Sanderson, Alan Stones, Damian Reid, Edward Tibbs, Mike Shepherd, Tommy Martin
Mixed exhibition of Paintings, Photography and Original Lithographs
12th Upfront Cumbrian Artists Open Exibtion
18th Jan 2013 - 3rd Mar 2013
The annual Upfront Cumbrian Artists Open Exhibition is now in its 12th year. For the first time the exhibition includes work by 3D artists as well 2D artists. The initial selection is made from photographic submissions and this continues to work well because of the large geographical area of Cumbria. This year 180 pieces of work have been selected and the images are a selection of some of the prize winning entries.
12th Upfront Cumbrian Artists Exhibition
Selected exhibition of 2D and 3D works by Cumbrian artists. This is the 12th year of the exhibition, established by Upfront, to promote the talent of artists living in Cumbria. This is the first year that 3D work has been invited to be part of the exhibition. The provisional selection of work is made from photographic submissions & this new format continues to achieve its aim by enabling a wider selection of entries from across the county - a major consideration as Cumbria has such a widespread geographical area. 180 pieces of work have been selected this year and the images are a selection of some of the prize winning entries.