Foxlowe Galleries and Exhibitions
The Foxlowe Arts Centre has three exhibition spaces, the Gallery on the first floor, Cafe gallery in the Drawing Room cafe and spaces in the buildings ground floor hallways.
The Gallery open Wednesday – Saturday, 10am – 4pm
Hosting around 6-8 exhibitions a year, usually running for 6 weeks The Gallery is always worth visiting. The Gallery is completely staffed by volunteer stewards.
Drawing Room Gallery open Monday – Saturday, 10am – 4pm
The Cafe Gallery holds a variety of smaller exhibitions of local artists along the cafe walls.
Hallway Gallery open Monday – Saturday, 10am – 4pm
The exhibitions in the Hallway’s of the Foxlowe are often displays of local school artwork featuring a topic or theme, the relationships with the schools is looked after by volunteers from the Foxlowe Arts Centre.
Two plus Two Exhibition at the Foxlowe Gallery | Saturday 3rd July - Saturday 13th August
The Foxlowe is pleased to announce that the July / August exhibition in the upstairs gallery is by a family of artists having their own group show.
TWO plus TWO is an exhibition of paintings and other works by Pat and Phil Bennett and their daughters Kiera and Lucy. It is interesting to see how their works differ in style and subject matter to create an exciting and varied display of Landscapes: Abstraction: Portrait: Collage and Print which highlights the range of interests and approaches within one family unit.
The Gallery opens on Saturday 3rd July from 12 to 4pm. From then, opening will be Wednesday to Saturday 10am to 4pm, and the first Sunday in the month until August 13th.
Pauline Simcock, Artist in Residence, the Drawing Room Gallery | Sat 17 July to Sat 11 Sept 2021
“INTO THE UNKNOWN”
Welcome to Foxlowe Art Centre’s Drawing Room’s second exhibition of 2021.
I studied at Stoke-on-Trent College of Art and Hammersmith and Chelsea Art School.
I move between painting, textiles, collage and photography.
My intense interest in colour is revealed in subtle unusual patterns and images that draw on the natural world – geology, plants, the sea.
I have widely exhibited in England and Europe.