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Previous Exhibitions at Upfront Gallery

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The Upfront 2018 Open Exhibition
30th Jan 2018 - 25th Mar 2018
An exhibition of 2D and 3D work selected by a panel of judges. There will be an eclectic mix of work in various media and styles to show a wide cross section of artistic talent. Entry fees to the exhibition create a First Prize of £1,000.

First Prize - "Palazzo di Mao" by Carlisle artist Daniel Ibbotson

Joint 2nd Prize - 3D work "England After the Rain" by Phil Dutton and "Domestic (Fissure)" 3D work by Brian Shields. Both from Armathwaite.

3rd Prize - Oil painting "Personal Space - Belle" by Catherine MacDiarmid from Kendal. A vote was also taken by guests at the Preview for their favourite piece of work. The prize was given to Kate Bentley for her oil painting "Scar".

FIRST PRIZE "Palazzo di Mao" by Daniel Ibbotson
JOINT 2ND PRIZE "England After the Rain" by Phil Dutton £6,000
JOINT 2ND PRIZE "Domestic (Fissure)" by Brian Shields £2,500
3RD PRIZE "Personal Space - Belle" by Catherine MacDiarmid £795
THE PREVIEW VOTE "Scar" by Kate Bentley
Cumbria Ceramics
19th Nov 2017 - 10th Jan 2018
An exhibition of over 35 Cumbrian potters and ceramicists, curated by Bob Park.
The work of over 35 Cumbrian potters and ceramicists will be on display in the "Upstairs @ Upfront" gallery space. This will be one of the largest exhibitions in Cumbria of ceramics by Cumbrian artists.
Bob Park
Roger Lewis
Hilary Harrison
Craig Harding
Ruth Charlton
Chris Barnes
Vicky Eden
John Kershaw
Upland - Upfront
14th Nov 2017 - 14th Jan 2018
An exhibition of work by Upland Members

We are delighted to partner with Upland to exhibit a range of works by Upland Member artists and makers over the festive period.

Upland is a bold, ambitious, rural-based visual art and craft development organisation based in Dumfries & Galloway, South West Scotland.

The exhibiting artists are:

Alan Brockbank, Alison Corfield, Alistair Hamilton, Andrew Adair, Andy Priestman, Angela Lawrence, Beth Currie, Colin Blanchard, Deborah Campbell, Gwen Adair, Helen Acklam, Henrietta Veys Crocker, Jennie Ashmore, Jo Gallant, Kate Anderson, Kevan McGinty, Margaret Walty, Mark Gibbs, Michal r, Morag Macpherson, Pamela Grace, Peter Wareing, Ross Fulton, Suzanne Stuart Davies, Val Macadam and Wendy Kershaw.

Pamela Grace, The Woods in March, pen & ink
Alistair Hamilton, Barn Door Wave, photography
Peter Wareing, Shoreline Iona bowl, ceramics
Alison Corfield From Above: Landlines, textiles
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