Previous Exhibitions at Upfront Gallery
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"New Work by Mary Ann Rogers"
21st Aug 2012 - 30th Sep 2012
Mary Ann exhibits every two years at Upfront. This years exhibition will showcase her new watercolour paintings and also a selection of her 2012 limited edition prints. A lifelong artist, Mary Ann exhibits her work throughout the UK, and her paintings hang in private collections all over the world. Mary Ann has featured in numerous publications, radio broadcasts and TV programmes over the years.
Mary Ann Rogers
We look forward to another exhibition by artist, Mary Ann Rogers, who is a regular exhibitor at Upfront Gallery.
Mary Ann, is an artist who is absorbed in her subject matter – mainly wildlife, farm and exotic animals and birds, as well as dramatic autumn landscapes.
This exhibition includes some very varied paintings from recent years, and the very latest range of limited edition prints.
There will also be 2017 calendars and diaries plus cards, planners and other gift items featuring Mary Ann Rogers artwork - perfect Christmas presents!
29th May 2012 - 8th Jul 2012
Exhibition of work by Liverpool artist, Lynda Roberts. Upfront hold a solo exhibition every two years. Her work is in high demand and the exhibition is always extremely popular.
"Fells and Lakes"
17th Apr 2012 - 27th May 2012
Recent oils and pastels by Godfrey Tonks. A regular exhibitor at Upfront who has a solo show every two years. Godfrey is a colourist who works in both pastel and oil. He uses colour to create a picture that demands attention. His work is characterised by richness of surface, whether pastel or oil, using a brush or a painting knife. His work is in a constant state of flux and change as he pursues his individual vision. A constant theme is light, colour and strong composition in an attempt to capture the essence of the challenging Lakes landscape, which he portrays in an emotional yet unsentimental manner, always seeking to avoid the trite and the hackneyed in an iconic landscape that has inspired poets and artists for the last 200 years.
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