SMALL WORKS: Selected Paintings, Drawings and Prints

3 Nov – 22 Dec 2017

This exhibition displays the breadth of Chris Gollon’s works on paper, smaller works on canvas and his printmaking techniques. Pictured: ‘Still Life With Fallen Candles’, 12″ x 12″ (30 x 30cm) acrylic on Khadi paper, 2016. Also showing: selected smaller paintings, drawings and prints by Maggi Hambling, Peter Howson; plus prints by Hockney, Matisse, Picasso & Sutherland. Stone sculptures by Mel Fraser and fine jewellery by Paul Hatton. This exhibition is kindly supported by Thomas Carroll Club Signature and The Property Drop

Open: Thurs & Fri 11-5, Sat 11-4 or by appointment. For enquiries, 01600 772005 or

MEL FRASER: Recent Stone Sculpture

26th Oct – 22nd Dec

David Tregunna, Gallery Director: “Mel Fraser’s work I first saw 9 yrs ago at an art fair and always held in my mind. One of her major influences is Sir Jacob Epstein, and I’m delighted to now have her work in the gallery. Her calling first awakened age 11 when she saw Rodin’s ‘Burghers of Calais’, Mel Fraser is a contemporary sculptor specialising in stone: creating abstract or figurative pieces. Since I first encountered her work, recognition is growing and it has been shown at art fairs around Europe and New York, at the Chelsea Flower Show and most recently at On Form 16, the UK’s most prestigious sculpture exhibition devoted solely to stone. Her work is held by collectors all over the world and a recent commission saw her work installed in Frank Gehry’s Opus Building in Hong Kong. Pictured, in beautiful and translucent Spanish honey alabaster, is Angel’s Wing (XXII), (h69 x w44 x d16 cm). I’ve always liked angels.  Mel Fraser’s beautiful and flowing work undulates so sensuously, needs to be viewed from all sides, but the more you look at this piece or touch, the more it really seems like the wing of an angel.”

Open: Thurs & Fri 11-5, Sat 11-4 or by appt

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