1 – 9 DECEMBER
10.00am – 6.00pm
Rountree Tryon Galleries annual Africa exhibiton with works by Paul Augustinus, Emily Lamb, Mandy Shepherd and others.
3 – 21 NOVEMBER 2020
10.00am – 6.00pm
Our annual ‘Back from the Hill’ exhibition for 2020, featuring works by Anna Clare Lees-Buckley, Rodger McPhail, Jim Starr, John Cyril Harrison, Tim Scott Bolton, Sir Peter Scott and many more.
30 OCTOBER – 12 DECEMBER 2020
We are running by appointment to ensure everyone’s safety.
Opening days: Friday 30 October 10am—5 pm, Saturday 31 October 10am—4pm,
Sunday 1 November 10am—2pm
Then every Wednesday to Saturday 11am – 4 pm
We look forward to booking you in. email@example.com
The show has a strong emphasis on sculpture with works by leading British Contemporary sculptors arranged in the sculpture garden and smaller pieces in the gallery. Sculpture can transform a garden especially in the autumn and winter months. We are excited to have new works by Paul Vanstone, Aly Brown, Emma Maiden, Jilly Sutton, Alyosha Moeran, Dominic Welch and many others. The paintings will include works by amongst others; David Humphreys, Oona Campbell, Vivienne Williams, Anthony Garratt and Rosie Copeland.
We are especially delighted to be offering a rare group of early works by John Hitchens from 1968 – 1986 recently exhibited at his major retrospective exhibition ‘Aspects of Landscape’ at Southampton City Art Gallery.
11 – 26 SEPTEMBER 2020
We are delighted to introduce Celia Lewis’ original watercolours on her stunning linocut backgrounds, together with a selection of her linocut prints.
Other days: Tues to Sat, 10am – 5pm, by appointment only. (we can ensure social distancing with our 1,500 square foot gallery and three acre garden. We welcome visitors but ring or email ahead.
Celia creates work infused with the colour and vitality of the natural world. Abstract motifs are juxtaposed with figurative characters, her expressive depictions of birds, insects, farm animals and flora are enriched by the interplay of pattern and design, the real and the fictive. She is one of the country’s foremost exponents of linocuts a modern British tradition going back to the likes of Cyril Powers and Edward Bawden. These new works combine linocuts with original watercolours to wonderful effect.
Celia captures the characters of these animals, personally known to her, placing them against her linocut backgrounds to lustrous effect. Celia’s work has been exhibited at the Royal Academy and she recently held a sell-out exhibition at the Watts Gallery, Compton. Celia studied with Signorina Simi at what is now the Charles Cecil Studio in Florence. She has taken part in national exhibitions and has won several prizes including the 2005,Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour (RI) medal and the Winsor & Newton Prize at the RWS Open Exhibition 2010. In 2016 she achieved a Diploma from the Chelsea School of Botanical Art.
She has published several books including The Illustrated Guide
West Sussex RH20 1JX
12 – 25 SEPTEMBER 2020
Monday – Friday 10am – 6pm
Saturdays 11am – 4pm
Gordon Rushmer’s new show is a comprehensive collection of watercolours that traverse the varied landscapes of the South Downs National Park. This much-loved area of southern England stretches along the south coast from the gentle hills of Hampshire to the iconic white cliffs of East Sussex and inland from the rolling South Downs to the Weald and Hangers in the north. The newest of all the National Parks, this exhibition celebrates the Park’s tenth anniversary and is supported by the South Downs National Park Authority.
Gordon has had a long association with the Park and three years ago started exploring and recording both the well-known and quieter places in the Park for this latest project. He walked the 160 km South Downs Way, and explored the rivers, villages, forests and heathlands. His works capture the many moods and the ever-changing weather conditions, from the frosts of winter to the hot days of summer.
For Gordon, who has always lived in his beloved ‘South Country, this landscape continues to provide endless inspiration and also relief from the harrowing scenes of war he experienced as an official war artist during the late 1990s and early 2000s. Over a twelve-year period he painted the activities of the Dutch and British Royal Marines and Special Forces, firstly during the Bosnian conflict then on to Eritrea, Kosovo, Iraq and Afghanistan. He is one of the few modern British watercolourists to have been included in Tate Britain’s much vaunted exhibition ‘Watercolour’ in 2011.
To accompany this exhibition, Gordon has written ‘A Celebration of the South Downs National Park’, blending his experiences, thoughts and feelings with over 90 watercolour paintings. Signed copies of the book will be available for sale during the exhibition. A percentage of the sales from the show will be donated to ‘Trees for the Downs’, an important tree planting project by the South Downs National Park Trust, see www.southdownstrust.org.uk/trees-for-the-downs/ for more information.