Sited in the former dining room of the house during the Georgian and Victorian eras, the Art Gallery features a regular programme of exhibitions by some of the district's most exciting artists. We aim to develop and feature exhibitions by professional artists and crafts people with strong individual styles and distinct narratives to their work.
28 November to 25 January 2014
József Olexa has spent the last three years putting together his exhibition, ‘Soul and Landscape.’ József wanted to explore and express the meaning of the secret connection between these two realities and that each picture is the ‘station’ of a very long journey inside of himself. He would start his pictures outside in a ‘plain air’ style and finish them in his studio. With his etchings he would scratch into the copper plate and print them individually. It was the ‘spirit of God hovering over the waters’ that inspired József’s Genesis of Landscape paintings.
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