ArtSpace present ‘New Work’, our next interactive on-line exhibition. The exhibits range from paintings and mixed media to photography, collage, video and print.
Much of the work is for sale.
Please note work is not shown actual size in this virtual gallery. Price and actual size are given in the ‘list of works’ (via drop down menu top right when in gallery view) or, along with an artist statement in some cases, via the info tab (top right when viewing a specific artwork) for a given work.
Enquiries are welcomed via individual artist’s emails, if given, via the group email : email@example.com.
This exhibition is now closed. Please watch our archive virtual tour video.
Originally on-line 31 May to 3 November 2021.
ArtSpace present ‘Blue’, an interactive on-line exhibition. Members offer individual interpretations of the theme. The exhibits range from paintings and mixed media to photography, collage and prints.
Much of the work is for sale.
Enquiries are welcomed via individual artist’s emails, if given, or via the group email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Originaly on-line On-line 25th February to 24th May.
ArtSpace present their third interactive on-line exhibition. Members offer individual interpretations of the theme. The exhibits range from paintings and mixed media to photography, collage, video and prints. Please note the two videos in the exhibition are shown at the end of the video.
Much of the work is for sale. Prices and actual sizes are given in the catalogue or via the info tab for any specific artwork
Please note all work is shown at 2 x actual size in this virtual gallery.
This interactive online exhibition has now closed.
Please watch our virtual tour archive video below.
An interactive online exhibition by members of ArtSpace.
Online December 1st – February 18th.
The theme “Layered Meanings” has been interpreted in various interesting and thought provoking ways by the 17 artists taking part. Some have chosen to look at the theme in terms of layering of the painted surface, others have used words and phrases as a starting point to develop different interpretations through visual form. Painting the changing view from windows and using a historical figure re-imagined as a present day eco-warrior are other themes explored by individuals; another has used imagery from childhood. Some have used the natural world as their visual stimulus for developing imagery based on the earth and nature. The exhibits range from paintings and mixed media to photography, collage, 3D work and prints. There are also ideas and creative responses based on the recent lockdown situation to express thoughts and feelings about the world at large; the pandemic and how it affects us all.
I visited this temporary exhibition whilst staying in Edinburgh for the Fringe. I have been aware of Ruskin as an artist for a long time (not to mention his work as an art critic), but had never experienced a concentration of his paintings like this. He is a superb craftsman, handling watercolour with extreme skill. He is also very good at contrasting degrees of finish, with some parts of architectural imagery being highly finished and then towards the edges often ‘thin out’ into sketchy lines and washes. This was a very worthwhile exhibition to see.