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Previous Exhibitions at Upfront Gallery

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From Where I'm Standing
17th Mar 2015 - 10th May 2015
Jane is a new exhibitor at Upfront and she will be showing a collection of her oil and mixed media paintings.
Exhibitors
Jane Veitch studied History of Art (MAHons) at Edinburgh, married and established a family before studying Painting and Drawing through the Open College of the Arts. Since 1999 she has established herself as a painter of wild and marginal places both in Northumberland where she lives and also further afield in Northern England and Scotland. Jane uses a variety of painting and drawing media both out of doors and in the studio. Her practice usually consists of concentrated working expeditions where she encounters and absorbs the experience of place, of wilderness and of being a part of the natural world. This is followed by a more prolonged and meditative time in the studio where a process of distillation takes place using both memory and collected material.
Sea Green, Loch Torridon
River Rocks
Boulder, Traigh na Cille
Winter Exhibition
14th Nov 2014 - 11th Jan 2015
Exhibition of 2D work including oil, pastel, acrylic, ink, pencil, printmaking, felt work, collage & stitch.

The artists participating are regular and new exhibitors at Upfront.

Exhibitors
Winter exhibition of 2D work including oil, acrylic, pastel, pencil, ink, feltwork, printmaking, collage & stitch.

Paddy Killer "Snippet of Fragment from Arkadia"
Paddy Killer "Snippet of Dionysus"
Janet Dickson "Inula Seedheads"
Casey Allum "...For a Moment"
Casey Allum "Watchful"
Janet Dickson "Patchwork Garden"
Tim Stead: Object Maker & Seed Sower
8th Nov 2014 - 3rd Jan 2015
A Retrospective of Sculpture in Wood: 1973-2000

Supported by the National Lottery through Creative Scotland

Curated by Laura Hamilton, former Director of the Collins Gallery, University of Strathclyde, in collaboration with Maggy Stead Lenert, widow of Tim Stead and retired Director of the Tim Stead Workshop.

This is the final exhibition to tour prior to The Steading, the artistís unique family home, being passed to the Princeís Regeneration Trust in partnership with the Scottish Borders Council.
"With all my work I seem to be continually going around the relationship of man and nature. I am an incorrigible optimist and like to celebrate the fact that man can make an input which reveals nature in an altered beauty. Balance is everything".

In 1999, one year before his premature death, Tim Stead conceived a touring exhibition which focusing on the seemingly disparate worlds of furniture and sculpture, was intended to encapsulate the very essences of his practice: sculptural, pedagogical, environmental, architectural, fundamental and fun.

Sadly, the exhibition was never realised and now this show, which takes its title from Timís description of himself, seeks to redress the balance.
Exhibitors
Small Drawing
Telescopic Tower
Skara Sculpture
Chess Set
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