PETER QUINN: VOYAGES
15th October – 20th November 2021
An exhibition of new paintings . 15th October – 20th November 2021.
Gallagher and Turner, 30 St. Mary’s Place, Newcastle, NE1 7PQ
Catalogue of paintings available. Contact the gallery here.
Now open at the Bankside Gallery, London.
‘This exhibition of works by Members of the Royal Watercolour Society showcases paintings created in the very recent present alongside those at the earliest points in their career, and everything in between. The display promises to provide visitors with a rare insight into the development of each artist’s creative output, as well as the opportunity to take a piece of work home, whether from now or then.’
1st to 31st October.
Summer small picture show at the Bankside Gallery. I have two works in the exhibition 18th June to 8th August 2021.
18 MARCH – 24 APRIL 2021
I have four works in this show, including Boulevard, illustrated below.
The RWS home at Bankside Gallery is sadly temporarily closed due to government restrictions and so this exhibition will take place online. As with all RWS exhibitions all artworks are original paintings and available to browse and buy, and in this particular circumstance, will be delivered by the artist directly to your door.
Postbox, Notting Hill Gate, London
watercolour on paper (33 x 16 cm)
ends March 17th
You can find a number of my new watercolours at Gallagher and Turner in Newcastle. Full details on their website here.
Tuesday to Friday, 10.30am – 5pm
Saturday, 10.30am – 4pm
Closed Sunday, Monday and Bank Holidays
Their address is:
30 St Mary’s Place, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7PQ. T: 0191 261 4465
I have two works in the show. You can find them under Dale Lewis’s selection.
For the first time this year the ING Discerning Eye exhibition is being held online. A virtual gallery of the works selected this year is live online where you can view and buy this year’s works
Click here to go to the exhibition…..DEINGexhibition.org
Great to have a painting in this show.
‘the largest and most prestigious prize for contemporary watercolour painting in the UK. Over the past 33 years it has attracted entries from artists working in abstract, figurative, contemporary or traditional subject matter, with the aim of celebrating and redefining the beauty and diversity of all water-based media.
The 2020 competition received over 1600 entries from artists around the world. Approximately 80 works have been selected by a panel of leading figures from the art world which includes Gill Saunders, Senior Curator at the V&A, artists Ishbel Myerscough and Paul Newland NEAC RWS, Louis Wise, critic and writer for The Sunday Times and Tara McKinney Marinus, Visual Arts Exhibitions Manager at Hampshire Cultural Trust.
The judges look for work that makes the most imaginative or impressive use of a water-based medium. This year saw a number of topical themes and the judges commended artists’ creativity and resourcefulness in finding inspiration in the ordinary and recording the current global challenges in original ways. The exhibition truly celebrates the vibrancy of the contemporary artistic community with something to appeal to everyone.’
The short-listed works are now on show
28 October 2020 – 16 January 2021, at the Willis Museum and Sainsbury Gallery
‘This latest display of artworks by the Royal Watercolour Society will delve into the challenges encountered by each artist during the Coronavirus lockdown. These extraordinary circumstances have meant that many artists have not been able to create in their usual media, and so for one time only we are excited to deliver an exhibition of Royal Watercolour Society artists, in all media.’
I have four works in the show. These are from a group of works that were languishing unfinished in my studio. Under a lockdown spring-clean I felt it was time to finish them.
On now 2 – 31 October 2020
A show to celebrate 30 years of G&T.
‘Gallagher & Turner was established in Newcastle in 1990, and has since become a staple of the North East’s remarkably vibrant art scene. Previously based in the historic St. Thomas Street workshops, a former stables for the Deuchar’s Breweries, the new gallery on St Mary’s Place was opened in early 2016, directly opposite the famous Civic Centre. This year represents the 30th anniversary of the partnership.’
Look out for my paintings on the wall and in the gallery browser.