The Brook Gallery has announced an exhibition of Japanese Prints to round off the year. The Japanese Print Show opens on Sunday, December 12 and runs to Sunday, January 9.
St Kilda Revisited, an exhibition at the Brook Gallery, Budleigh Salterton to celebrate the release of the box set 2010 of etchings by Norman Ackroyd, ties in with the 80 year anniversary of the evacuation of the St Kilda community in 1930.
The Brook Gallery in Budleigh Salterton is set to host printmaker and Royal Academician, Professor Chris Orr on Saturday, July 24 to talk on the topic of The Importance of Printmaking.
Hot on the heels of the Brook’s Frost exhibition, the gallery celebrates the first decade of the noughties with names such as David Hockney, Henry Moore and many more.
The Brook Gallery, Budleigh Salterton, will have Frost until May in their Back2Back exhibitions – two shows featuring the work of artist Anthony Frost and then followed by his father, Sir Terry Frost.
Winner of The Brook Gallery Prize Award for Artistic Innovation at the Originals’ 09 show in London, Herme Bellido, has put together a unique collection for the Brook’s February exhibition. Called Nothing Has Been Written the work combines her skills in colour and print in a series of screen prints that relates to the journey of life, which, according to Herme, ‘engages the viewer in a silent conversation’. The show runs from Sunday, February 14 to Sunday, March 7.
The Brook Gallery, Budleigh Salterton, seems to have a hotline to the art world’s glitterati, not only is it able to muster top names to its Christmas exhibition (Brendan Neiland, Brad Faine, Bruce McLean and Sir Peter Blake), but its also managed to bag two new pieces by Damien Hirst to exhibit – a coup for an independent gallery.