Winter Exhibition at Rope House, Kingsclere: Opening exhibition at new Rope House gallery space
We are delighted to announce the opening of our new gallery in Hampshire with an inaugural ‘Winter’ exhibition.
Jenna Burlingham Gallery has expanded with a move to a much larger building, Rope House, on the same street as our original space in Kingsclere. This was once a 19th-century rope merchant’s home and workshop and now has the feeling of an informal townhouse. With open galleries at ground level and drawing rooms upstairs, paintings, prints, sculptures and ceramics are displayed throughout as part of interior settings.
All are welcome - do forward this to anyone that might be interested. Drinks and nibbles will be provided. Parking is available in the village - though not yet outside the gallery - with access to the gallery via the car park and George Street.
The exhibition will showcase paintings, prints, sculpture and ceramics by Modern British artists such as Ivon Hitchens, Winifred Nicholson, Mary Potter, William Nicholson, Keith Vaughan, Prunella Clough, John Piper, Ben Nicholson, Bryan Wynter, William Scott and Patrick Heron, among others.
Showing alongside these established painters will be a selection of work by contemporary artists such as Martin Yeoman, Nicholas Turner, Keith Purser, Sam Lock, Richard Fox and Emma Maiden.
All works can be seen online or in the Hampshire gallery, with on-site viewings available by arrangement throughout the UK.