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The World of Richard Eurich OBE,RA 1903-1992 A Retrospective

Sunday 8th June to Saturday 28th June 2008 at the Fosse Gallery Stow-on-the-Wold

A major exhibition of Richard Eurich's work who is regarded as one of Britain's leading figurative artists, in a tradition that runs from Hogarth and Turner, via the Pre-Raphaelites, to his contemporaries. He belonged to a very talented generation of British Artists that included Barbara Hepworth, John Piper, Eric Ravilious, Ceri Richards and Graham Sutherland and was regarded as their equal in originality, perceptiveness and the quality of his work.

Fosse Gallery presents Family Matter - Paintings by Mick Rooney, RA

Tuesday 29th April - Saturday 17th May 2008 Fosse Gallery Fine Art, Stow-on-the-Wold
A new Exhibition - Family Matter - Paintings by Mick Rooney, RA. Mick is not a typically English painter. Although his artistic antecedents embrace the narrative, not to say literary traditions of our national art, they also look to the broader horizons. He is an eclectic whose subject is the human condition:to this endlessly renewing disaster area he brings a sharp eye and a pawky humour.

Whichford Pottery holds a major selling exhibition of Salt & Soda Pottery

Saturday 12th April to Sunday 11th May in the Octagon Gallery at Whichford Pottery
A rare opportunity to enjoy the work of fourteen of Britain's leading Salt and Soda Potters.

Wildlife and Steam on Tour at the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway

Saturday 12th April & Sunday 13th April at Winchcombe Station, Gloucestershire

This special exhibition by the renowned wildlife artist and steam locomotive owner David Shepherd is being held in aid of the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation and combines his two passions - endangered wildlife and steam locomotives. Also operating over the GWR railway during the weekend will be David Shepherd's own giant of the steam age - locomotive 9F 2-10-0 No. 92203 Black Prince which was one of the last steam locomotives to be built by BR.

Black and White - an Exhibition of Photography and Ceramics at 6HQ Photographic Gallery in Chipping Campden

Saturday March 15th to Saturday April 19th - 6HQ Photographic Gallery, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire - a new Exhibition - Black and White - featuring photography by Chris Poole and ceramics by Janet Stahelin Edmondson.

City life through a lens at the Corinium Museum Cirencester

A personal insight into daily life in cities around the world goes on show at new photographic exhibition at the Corinium Museum this Spring.

‘City Break’ is a selection of photos from Mick Maslen, a lecturer in Painting and Drawing at the University of Gloucestershire, who has captured on film the sights of his brief breaks in Europe, Africa and America.

Drawings and works on paper past and present - Fosse Gallery Fine Art

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Land and Sea - an exhibition of original photographs by Kate Barry

St.Anthony’s Lighthouse, Copyright Kate Barry photographyTuesday 15th January - Friday 1st February at The Theatre Chipping Norton

A fine art photographer who lives in the Vale of Evesham and exhibits in the Cotswolds is staging her first major solo show at The Theatre Chi

Historic shoes and footwear fairytales at the Corinium museum

A month-long exhibition which looks at historic shoes and footwear fairytales will open at the Corinium Museum, Cirencester on Sunday January 20th.

‘Cinderella Shoes’ will showcase 200-year-old silk shoes with gorgeous gold-coloured buckles; huge protective boots from Victorian times; funky and chunky Seventies platform shoes and tiny baby bootees from 1900.

The fabulous footwear comes from the Museum’s own collection and that of local collector Shelagh Lovett-Turner.

Alongside the exhibits are big, shoe-inspired collages made by children from Acorns Day Nursery, Bright Eyes Children’

Christmas Exhibition at Where I fell In Love Gallery

Sunday 25th November - Sunday 27th January 2008 Shipston-on-Stour Warwickshire

A Christmas Exhibition at the well known and well loved Where I Fell In Love Gallery at Shipston -on-Stour.

Painting by Lynette Pierce, Judy Symons and Sarah Mayne.
Ceramics by Sonia Lewis, Lucinda Brown, Ian Rylatt and Anthony Eccles.
Sculpture by Janine Hadley, Julia Gatrill and Joao.
Glass by Jonas Bragi Jonasson.
Wood by Roy Dutton and Mark Hancock.
Jewellery by Andrea Thorpe and Wen

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