Gavagan Art
Autumn Exhibition
17 September – 22 October 2016

‘Six Years in Settle’

Open: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday 11 – 4

Please join us for a glass of wine to mark the opening of this new exhibition.
Saturday 17 September; 11 – 4

Painters, printmakers, sculptors & ceramicists from around Britain.
Our autumn exhibition will feature work by a number of artists who have exhibited in the last six years.

Artists include:

Norman Adams, Rebecca Scott, Milan Ivanic, David Cook, Heather Cook, Chris Rigby, David Thomas, Derek Setford, Frank Gordon, Shellie Byatt, Adrienne Craddock, David Knight, Margaret Uttley. Jacquie Denby, Katharine Holmes, Chris Murray.


New Work by:
Sarah Smith & Bridget Tempest.


Clive Bowen, Rick Henham, Peter Swanson, James Hake, Christy Keeney. Delan Cookson, Anna Lambert Chris Prindl, Mike Dodd, Rebecca Callis, Stephen Breuer, Diane Fay, Liz Star &  Jill James Silver jewellery

Above image: Rebecca Scott. Mountains, wine, avocados & tomatoes. Oil on canvas.

Rebecca Scott’s paintings were recently included in the exhibition:

Nature Morte: Contemporary Artists Reinvigorate the Still Life

Konsthallen Bohuslän Museum, Sweden

Future venues for the exhibition include:

Guildhall Art Gallery London

September 2017 – January 2018

Nature Morte: Contemporary Artists Reinvigorate the Still Life is a touring exhibition based on Michael Petry’s recent book for Thames & Hudson. It brings together historic still-life paintings and contemporary art works that seek to use the language of the past for modern concerns. The show seeks to illustrate how leading artists of the 21st century are reinvigorating the still life, a genre previously synonymous with the sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Old Masters.

Rebecca’s studio will be open during September 2016 on the following days as part of C-ART – Cumbria’s visual arts programme.

Sat 10, Sun 11.

Tuesday 13, Wed 14, Thurs 15

Mon 19, Tues 20, Wed 21, Thurs 22

Opening Times 3pm- 6pm

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