'THE '22 SHOW': OUR NEXT LIVE EXHIBITION!
JOHN PIPER AND MID-CENTURY ART: A NEW SELECTION
OPENING ON 27th MAY
UNTIL SUNDAY 5th JUNE
At last, we're back with an exhibition which combines original fabrics and prints by John Piper with new works which capture the styles and subjects of art from the mid-century period.
We will be displaying original paintings, fabrics, posters, limited edition prints and a selection of books relating to John Piper.
Artists represented will include Katharine Church, Anthony Gross, Norman Jaques, Edwin la Dell, Garrick Palmer, Robert Tavener, Harry Stevens, Julian Trevelyan and especially John Piper.
(The first image shows Elmslie House with the gallery to the right, the middle image is John Piper's fabulous 1983 screenprint 'Eastnor Castle' and below is Garrick Palmer's 1964 painting 'Landscape with Orange Sky', both will be available at the show).
Friday 27th May: 6.00-8.00 pm Private View: please contact Richard Turkington to attend
Saturday 28th – Thursday 2nd June: 11.00-4.00
Friday 3rd June: 11.00-6.00 pm
Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th June: 11.00-4.00
The Fifties Art Café will be open each weekend and from Thursday of the second weekend offering teas, coffees and delicious home-made cakes and for lunch, quiche with salad and cheese scones.
Please contact me if you and your friends/family would like your own personal 'quiet viewing' outside these times.
Whilst no longer compulsory, you may wish to wear a mask within the exhibition which is well-ventilated and hand sanitiser gel is provided at the entrance.
Elmslie House, 8 Avenue Road, Great Malvern, WR14 3AG
Built in the 1860s in the ‘free gothic’ style, Elmslie House is a restored Grade II listed family home close to Great Malvern station, and its hall provides a unique and elegant venue for the exhibition
For more information about the exhibition please email email@example.com