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Photo © Linda Pattrick
Norfolk to Languedoc via London:
An exhibition by
 Linda Pattrick and Rosie Martin
Our artist, Linda Pattrick, is holding an exciting new exhibition inspired by Norfolk and France together with Rosie Martin's London Paintings.

The Handa Gallery, Wells Maltings,
Wells-Next-The-Sea
Norfolk
Exhibition open daily from 11am to 4pm
6th - 14th April 2024


www.wellsmaltings.org.uk
© Brent Myers
Our Artist Linda Green receives The Scottish Gallery Award
Our artist, Linda Green, received The Scottish Gallery Award at the opening of Visual Arts Scotland with her artwork entitled  ’The Cosmic Commotion’.

This major selected exhibition is currently on view until March 19th 2024 at the RSA galleries in Edinburgh.
© La Biennale Di Venezia
Venice Biennale 2024: all the national pavilions, artists and curators announced so far
This is the year for the the oldest and most prestigious showcase for the art world - the 60th Venice Biennale. It runs from 20 April until 24 November 2024 and has announced the latest participating artists. For the listing visit The Art Newspaper with the link below.
On The Move © Linda Green
Linda Green features in the Godfrey & Watt Christmas Exhibition 2023
'Linda's new work 'On The Move' exemplifies her precise way of working and her uninhibited approach to breaking the rules remaining unstifled by the constraints that technique can sometimes impose. Woven fragments integrate with drawing, blurring boundaries between visual languages. Fluidity of movement, change in tempo, offer a hint of mystery.

Godfrey & Watt
25 St Hildas Road, Harrogate
North Yorkshire HG2 8JX
Exhibition open daily from 12am to 4pm
2nd - 10th December 2023

Salabert Spring © Ian Warburton
Ian Warburton joins our group of artists on Concrete Cube Gallery
Concrete Cube Gallery welcomes our new artist, Ian, who has exhibited at the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, The Museum of Modern Art for Wales, RCA, and at The Museum and Art Gallery, Worcester.
Wolverhampton Museum has purchased his work and he features on Saatchiart.com.

Formerly, Ian studied at both Bath Academy of Art, Corsham and the Byam Shaw School, London where he graduated with distinction and received the Ernest Jackson travel award. He subsequently joined a pilot venture for art students entering the teaching profession at London University’s Whitelands College. From 1981 to 2002 he was Head of Art at Madeley Court School, Telford, Shropshire.

Ian now works and lives in France.
Installation view of "Gretta Louw: A Software for Feeling" (2023). Photo: Ea Bertrams. Courtesy of DAM Projects, Berlin.
Interested in High-Tech Art? Start With Dam Projects—a Gallery That Has Championed Digital Art for More Than Two Decades
Founder Wolf Leiser has been at the forefront of the digital art scene from its inception.
Since the advent of computers, artists have consistently explored and pushed the boundaries of art-making through digital means. Though terms like “Jpeg,” “Gif,” and even “digital medium” are considered commonplace today, they were once at the very cutting edge of technology.Wolf Lieser, the founder of DAM Projects in Berlin, has kept pace with—and contributed to—the promotion and fostering of digital-based art for more than 20 years. While digital formats like NFTs are a comparatively novel invention today, DAM Projects has been involved with software art, Gif files, and other digital formats for decades already.

Easterly Wind Blowing On Wells Beach © Linda Pattrick
Linda Pattrick invites you to view her new artworks at her studio in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
We are pleased to announce that our artist, Linda Pattrick, is holding an Open Studio event and invites you view her exciting new artworks at her home in Wells. The details are as follows:

Linda Pattrick Open Studio
The Barn, Church Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, NR23 1JB

May 27, 28, 29 & 31
June 2, 3 & 4
2023

Open daily 10am - 5pm

Dot © Linda Green
Linda Green, recently featured
in the ‘Ten Years of Past Masters’ exhibition at the Scottish Gallery
We are pleased to announce that our artist, Linda Green, has recently been featured in the ‘Ten Years of Past Masters’ exhibition at the Scottish Gallery in Edinburgh.

Her artwork was created in collaboration with the Dovecot Studios in 2010 and in connection with her colour consultancy work for The Maggie’s Cancer Care Centre in Edinburgh.

The colours in Linda’s design were painstakingly colour matched by Dovecot Master Weaver Douglas Grierson to create the desired effect. The carefully spaced dots are typical of Linda’s wider interests in order, random processes, and geometry.

The piece has been sold.

For further information about her artwork and The Scottish Gallery, visit the link:
Auglcau © Karen Maxted
Karen Maxted joins our group of artists on Concrete Cube Gallery
We welcome Karen, who graduated from Edinburgh College of Art with distinction in 2018, specialising in painting. She works from her studio in Troon and from Glasgow Print Studios.

She is a professional member of Visual Arts Scotland and the Society of Scottish Artists. She has work in the Art Collections of Edinburgh University and NHS Lothian and has won a number of awards. Her work has been shown in the annual exhibitions of the Royal Scottish Academy, Society of Scottish Artists and Visual Arts Scotland, as well as other group exhibitions around the UK.
Wired © Linda Green
Linda Green selected for Visual Arts Scotland NORTH Exhibition
We are pleased to announce that our artist, Linda Green, has been selected as part of the Visual Arts Scotland Members Exhibition NORTH 2022. NORTH is the first exhibition of the VAS Compass exhibition programme; a series of exhibitions connecting the North,
South, East and West of Scotland.

Inverness Creative Academy
Midmills Building, Stephen's Street
Inverness IV2 3JP
Exhibition open daily from 9am to 5pm
2nd - 21st December 2022

Circuit Board © Linda Green
Linda Green features in the Godfrey & Watt Christmas Exhibition
Linda’s latest works are featured in the Godfrey & Watt Christmas Exhibition which begins on the 19th through to the 27th November. Her new works are based on her electronic theme where capacitors, transistors, diodes and nerve cells are translated into woven blocks and constructed assemblages, visually related by colour and floated onto inert backgrounds.

Godfrey & Watt
25 St Hildas Road, Harrogate
North Yorkshire HG2 8JX
Exhibition open daily from 12am to 4pm
19th - 27th November 2022

Dutch police arrested climate activists targeting Johannes Vermeer's painting "Girl with a Pearl Earring." (Photo by PHIL NIJHUIS/ANP/AFP via Getty Images)
‘We Have Been Deeply Shaken’: 92 Museum Leaders Release Statement Addressing Climate Actions That Target Works of Art
Following weeks of increasingly frequent actions by climate activists targeting works of art in museums around the world, the National Committee in Germany of ICOM, the International Council of Museums, has issued a statement to address the vandalism.

‘In recent weeks, there have been several attacks on works of art in international museum collections. The activists responsible for them severely underestimate the fragility of these irreplaceable objects, which must be preserved as part of our world cultural heritage. As museum directors entrusted with the care of these works, we have been deeply shaken by their risky endangerment.'
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Artwork © John Bullock
Her Majesty The Queen 1926-2002
Out of respect for Her Majesty The Queen.

She was the embodiment of positive human values: loyalty, integrity, respectfulness, optimism, politeness and perseverance.

A true and committed life lived and we thank her for her service and dedication to our country. An unwavering promise held since her inauguration - a promise she kept for seventy years.

God Rest the Queen. Long live the King.

CryptoPunk #273. Photo via OpenSea
‘Fat Finger’ Errors or Bad Investments?
Mistakes happen! It just seems they happen more often when it comes to Bored Apes.

We hear a lot about major NFT sales where the prices go up and the seller makes lots of money. But in the past few months, many NFTs have sold for way less than what they were bought for. The crypto markets have plummeted, taking NFT sales down with them. But in contrast to fungible tokens — that is, cryptocurrencies — the NFT market is a lot harder to decipher, and trades on individual NFTs often carry their own stories.
Photo © Keith Smith
Inspired by Wells:
An exhibition success
Our artist, Linda Pattrick, was successful in selling ten of her exceptional paintings at her exhibition in The Handa Gallery in Wells Maltings which finished on the 21 April. After the two week period, Linda said ’This was by far my best exhibition to date and served as a much needed boost, not only for myself but for the post lockdown local Wells economy.’

Linda is currently working on her next inspiring paintings, so watch this space!

Her show continues on the Concrete Cube Gallery until the 30 June.

www.concretecube.co.uk
Photo © Wells Maltings
Inspired by Wells:
An exhibition by
 Linda Pattrick and John Richter
From the coastal paths, walks along the shores and in the port of Wells, Linda expresses her insights and inspirations on canvas depicting the many spectacular changes throughout the seasons witnessed on the broad landscapes of sea and land on the North Norfolk coast.

The Handa Gallery, Wells Maltings
Exhibition open daily from 11am to 4pm
9th - 21st April 2022


www.wellsmaltings.org.uk
Photo © Francesco Galli / Courtesy of La Biennale di Venezia
Seven art shows for your diary in 2022: from Venice Biennale to Desert X AlUla
If the last two years are anything to go by, we know that event schedules should come with a caveat – subject to the number of Covid-19 cases around at the time.

For the moment, however, a number of art events, including major biennials and triennials, as well as must-see exhibitions around the world, are sticking to their opening dates and preparing to showcase art and culture to the world in 2022.

www.thenationalnews.com
Image © Toby Melville / Reuters
At Frieze London, the Art World Inches Toward Normalcy
The fairs, exhibitions and auctions of “Frieze Week” are in-person events once more. But the art world has changed, and so has Britain.

In London, Frieze visitors were required to wear wristbands proving Covid vaccination. They were also required to wear masks, but many didn’t, and enforcement was lax.

www.newyorktimes
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Feel the Obscurity Sketchbook: © John Bullock
John Bullock
Feel the Obscurity - Sketchbook
Submission to the Brooklyn Art Library Sketchbook Project Vol. 18.

To see inside The Sketchbook Project, to really see it, is to see a one of a kind, unique archive. A glimpse into what people are thinking. What creative people have to say. A place like no other. A global institution.


www.brooklynartlibrary.org
Painting: © Nic Aluf, Sophie Taeuber with her Dada Head, 1920, Stiftung Arp e.V., Berlin
A long overdue recognition of Taeuber-Arp’s pivotal contribution to modern art and design
Sophie Taeuber-Arp was one of the foremost abstract artists and designers of the 1920s and 30s. Her multidisciplinary work has enduring influence, inspiring innovative artists and designers around the world.

www.tate.org.uk
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Photo: © Timothy Hursley, Garvey | Simon Gallery New York.
Hug a museum: the best exhibitions to see around the UK as the restrictions ease.
From Rodin's plaster casts and Barbara Hepworth's bronzes, to flower arranging, disco dancing and the notorious Nero.

www.theartnewspaper.com
Painting: © Andy Warhol, Little Electric Chair, 1964.
Alice Cooper to Auction Unauthenticated Warhol Electric Chair Painting.
In 2017, heavy metal musician Alice Cooper found an Andy Warhol silkscreen of an electric chair that had been in storage in his Arizona home for four decades. Now, Cooper is planning to auction the piece, titled Little Electric Chair.

www.artnews.com
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Painting: © Melissa Scott-Miller
NHS heroes to feature in Royal Society of Portrait Painters exhibition.
Pictures of NHS "heroes" are to be the highlight of The Royal Society of Portrait Painters' annual exhibition. The show, which features around 200 works, opens at London's Mall Galleries next month.

www.bbc.co.uk
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