Spring 2024 mixed art exhibition : by gallery artists & guest artists

"Pinks", collagraph by Mary Gillett

Our Spring 2024 mixed exhibition features over a dozen of our gallery artists, plus four guest artists, including a range of sculptures, oils, and prints. Devon-based Mary Gillett has produced four gorgeous collagraphs which we exhibit along with the corresponding block. These contrast with more visionary oils from London-based Consuelo Child-Villiers. Superb seacapes and coastal oils from Kim Pragnell and a charcoal study that deftly contrasts curvature of the boats with the linearity of the yard architecture. Bristol-based Ruth Ander hangs a variety of her monprints. The Hampshire artist Philippa Headley adds her impressionistic landscape oils. Imogen Bittner has some new textile pieces as well as work from London-based guest artist Chloe Fremantle and pieces by local guest artist Sarah Batt. A variety of raku ceramics are with us from London-based artist Alison Wear as well as stonework from Sarah Moore and the fine metal/glass/stone scuptures from Bershire based Johannes von Stumm are joined by pieces from London based sculptor Almuth Tebbenhoff.

Fri 15 & Sat 16 Dec 2023 : Duncan Honeybourne – classical piano

Duncan Honeybourne

Join us for this pre-Christmas solo piano treat from Duncan Honeybourne. He will play piano music with a Christmas theme and introduce us to his recent explorations of the music of German Romantic Woldemar Bargiel, the half-brother of Clara Schumann; and music by Kent housewife Jessy Reason (1878-1938), whose luxuriant and impressionistic music is currently being rediscovered and explored. The full programme is below, also with works by Robert Schumann, Anatoly Lyadov, Felix Mendelssohn, and Leopold Godowsky.

Duncan Honeybourne enjoys a diverse profile as a pianist and in music education. Following his concerto debuts at Symphony Hall, Birmingham, and the National Concert Hall, Dublin, he made recital debuts in London, Paris, and at international festivals in Belgium and Switzerland. Commended by International Piano magazine for his “glittering performances”, he has toured extensively in the UK, Ireland and Europe as soloist and chamber musician, appearing at many major venues and leading festivals. He has broadcast for over 20 years on BBC Radio 3 and more than 20 radio networks worldwide, including French, Swiss and Austrian Radio, ABC (Australia) and Radio New Zealand. Duncan has premiered over 70 new piano works and his many recordings reflect his long association with 20th and 21st century British piano music.

He teaches at the Royal Academy of Music Junior Academy, the University of Southampton and Sherborne School, and is Founder/Artistic Director of the Weymouth Lunchtime Chamber Concerts near his home in Dorset.

Autumn 2023 mixed art exhibition : by gallery artists & guest artists

from "The old boatyard, Cremyll, Cornwall" by Kim Pragnell

Our Autumn mixed exhibition features over a dozen of our gallery artists, plus four guest artists, including a range of sculptures, oils, and prints. Newcomer Consuelo Child-Villiers brings visionary oils. A nautical theme comes from printmaker Colin Moore and Kim Pragnell’s charcoal deftly contrasts curvature of the boats with the linearity of the yard architecture. Hill forts enter by way of landscape monoprints from Bristol-based Ruth Ander. The Hampshire artist Philippa Headley adds her impressionistic landscape oils to the mix alongside the detailed landscape etchings of Devon-based Mary Gillett. A variety of raku ceramics are with us from London-based artist Alison Wear as well as stonework from Sarah Moore and the fine metal/glass/stone scuptures from Bershire based Johannes von Stumm. Imogen Bittner has some new textile pieces as well as work from London-based guest artist Chloe Fremantle and pieces by local guest artist Sarah Batt.

Spring 2023 mixed art exhibition : by gallery artists & guest artists

Blackbird and Fruit- Mixed media - Imogen Bittner

Our Spring mixed exhibition features over a dozen of our gallery artists, plus four guest artists, including a range of sculptures, oils, and prints. A fine selection of landscape monoprints from Bristol-based Ruth Ander contrast nicely with landscapes in oil from Dorset-base Kim Pragnell.  The Hampshire artist Philippa Headley adds her landscape oils to the mix and then Dorset-based Colin Moore provides further contrast with his linocut landscapes, and the detailled landscape etchings of Devon-based Mary Gillett. A variety of raku ceramics are with us from London-based artist Alison Wear as well as stonework from Sarah Moore and the fine metal/glass/stone scuptures from Bershire based Johannes von Stumm. Imogen Bittner has some new textile pieces as well as some more work from London-based guest artist Chloe Fremantle and new pieces by local guest artist Sarah Batt.

Fri 18 & Sat 19 Nov 2022 : jazz with John Law and friends

John Law by Mel Day

This weekend features two programmes, one each on the Friday and on the Saturday: Friday November 18 : John Law/Iain Ballamy – The Art of the Duo Pianist John Law, a regular at Tincleton, features the world-renowned Iain Ballamy, a multi-award winning saxophonist and composer and acclaimed ECM recording artist in this new duo. John says: … Read more

Jane Chapman

Baby gorilla drypoint sketch, by Jane Chapman
Jane Chapman
Jane Chapman

Jane Chapman – “I studied illustration at Brighton University a long, long time ago, but now I live in a tiny village in Dorset. I illustrate children’s books, and write them when I can think of a story.

Writing is more difficult than painting, but painting takes longer to do. I used to draw pictures sometimes under the pseudonym, Jack Tickle, but these days I am just Jane Chapman all the time.

I have illustrated over a hundred books, and am celebrating 25 years in Children’s Books – hooray! It is such a pleasure to see books become real. I sometimes have to pinch myself that a story can start in my brain and become an actual thing that people want to read.”

Generally this means we do not have a great deal of Jane’s work to show, but when she does do non-illustrative work it is fantastic and a pleasure to hang. Unfortunately for us she is normally busy working to publisher deadlines on commissions.

 

 

 

Mum + baby gorilla, by Jane Chapman
Mum + baby gorilla, by Jane Chapman
Light gorilla face, by Jane Chapman
Light gorilla face, by Jane Chapman
Gorilla and baby on shoulder, by Jane Chapman
Gorilla and baby on shoulder, by Jane Chapman
Dark gorilla face, by Jane Chapman
Dark gorilla face, by Jane Chapman
Baby gorilla drypoint sketch, by Jane Chapman
Baby gorilla drypoint sketch, by Jane Chapman
Three little owls, by Jane Chapman
Three little owls, by Jane Chapman

 

Spring 2022 mixed art exhibition : gallery & guest artists

Sculpture by Johannes Von Stumm

A Spring mixed exhibition of over a dozen of our gallery artists, plus four guest artists, including a range of sculptures, oils, and prints. Some excellent raku ceramics are with us from London-based artist Alison Wear alongside three large oil paintings from Philippa Headley, the impressionistic oil painter and Christies’ Graduate. Her works are presented alongside most of our gallery artists, including new work by Kim Pragnell, Ruth Ander, Jane Chapman and Mary Gillett.

Johannes von Stumm

Johannes Von Stumm with mask, OAS, Jericho, 2018
Johannes Von Stumm with mask, OAS, Jericho, 2018
Johannes Von Stumm with mask, OAS, Jericho, 2018

Johannes von Stumm is an internationally established sculptor living and working in Oxfordshire.

Johannes von Stumm’s combination of very different materials has attracted public and critical acclaim over decades. His sculpture joins metal, stone and glass to create abstract or reduced figurative works in which apparently conflicting materials exist in complex harmony.

Von Stumm’s choice of media and instinct for experimentation is rooted in his background, in a childhood spent at the foot of the Alps with long winters, ice and rocks. His love of steel and glass is intertwined with his family history: ancestors on his father’s side were blacksmiths and steel factory owners for 250 years, his mother’s ancestors owned a glass factory in Bohemia. He initially studied law in Munich and then turned towards art, first in Munich, then more widely in Germany, London, New York before settling in Oxfordshire.

Amongst many honours he is a past President of the Royal British Society of Sculptors.

“Johannes von Stumm’s unique combination of three different materials has attracted public and critical acclaim in a decade of successful exhibitions, both in the UK and abroad. His startlingly original sculpture, which engages continually with risk and a defiance of accepted laws, joins iron, granite and glass to create abstract or reduced figurative works in which apparently conflicting materials exist in complex harmony.” – by Nicola Upson

Johannes Von Stumm sculpture
Johannes Von Stumm sculpture
Johannes Von Stumm sculpture
Johannes Von Stumm sculpture
Johannes Von Stumm sculpture
Johannes Von Stumm sculpture
Johannes Von Stumm sculpture
Johannes Von Stumm sculpture
Johannes Von Stumm sculpture
Johannes Von Stumm sculpture
Johannes Von Stumm sculpture
Johannes Von Stumm sculpture
Johannes Von Stumm sculpture
Johannes Von Stumm sculpture
Johannes Von Stumm sculpture
Johannes Von Stumm sculpture
Johannes Von Stumm sculpture
Johannes Von Stumm sculpture
Johannes Von Stumm sculpture
Johannes Von Stumm sculpture
Johannes Von Stumm sculpture
Johannes Von Stumm sculpture
Johannes Von Stumm sculpture
Johannes Von Stumm sculpture
Johannes Von Stumm sculpture
Johannes Von Stumm sculpture

2022 – concert diary

2022 Concert Series – Provided Covid-19 regulations permit – Seating may be limited so please book early.

== Winter break ==

Fri 18 & Sat 19 Feb 2022 : classical with Angela Brownridge (piano)
Fri 18 & Sat 19 Mar 2022 : jazz with Mike Denham (piano)
Fri 22 & Sat 23 Apr 2022 : classical with Giovanni Lonati (piano) travelling from Rome
Fri 20 & Sat 21 May 2022 : jazz with Philip Clouts (piano)
Fri 17 & Sat 18 June 2022 : classical with Katharine Lam (piano) coming down from the Birmingham Conservatoire, solo

== Summer break ==

Fri 16 & Sat 17 Sep 2022 : jazz David Gordon (piano)
Fri 21 & Sat 22 Oct 2022 : classical with Rosemary Tuck (piano) with exciting stuff we gather
Fri 18 & Sat 19 Nov 2022 : jazz with John Law (piano)
Fri 9 & Sat 10 Dec 2022 : classical with Duncan Honeybourne (piano) solo

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Special terms : due to Covid-19 will apply, approximately as follows, though we reserve the right to update them:

– Pre booking and prepayment only. All guests must give contact etc details.

– Seating will be allocated by us in advance. We will flex exact mix depending on demand and any constraints. Ask quickly if you have a larger party.

– We will give refunds if we need to cancel the concert for whatever reason. We will not refund if you need to cancel as that would disadvantage the musician(s), unless we can resell your seat.

– You must respect our Covid social distancing requirements, which will in turn comply with Government requirements. For the time being this means that no particular restrictions are anticipated unless Covid restrictions are reintroduced by Government.

– As usual drinks & nibbles will be served, but exactly how and where will depend on the weather.

– All concerts start playing at 8pm. Please arrive after 7:30pm.

– Tickets £15 each.

– To order tickets please email Tincleton Gallery or call Tincleton Gallery on 01305 848909