We have now sorted the phone number issues and our number is now back to ... 012345 346995
Although we had hoped to keep our old 'phone number, at the moment the gallery can be contacted on 01234 327571. We will keep you informed of any further updates.
Well we are getting there - the above image shows the gallery a few days ago. We now have paintings on the wall, and as of today fully working track lighting. We're just awaiting completion of a few building elements so we can accept safe public access. Not long now - thanks for your patience.
Yes we're moving out from Castle Road after 14 years to a refurbished unit in St. Peter's Street. We are assuming the next one week show to be the last exhibition at Castle Road, with our first exhibition at the new venue expected a few weeks after that one closes. This its slightly nebulous at the moment as thing are still being constructed! We'll keep you posted. Join us on our quest and say good-bye to the present gallery too.
We are pleased to bring you a fresh set of work on Janet Cook's pages. It's worth a peek....
As hopefully the summer weather starts to improve it could be time to plan what you might do during in July. Maybe you could fit in a visit to the Eagle Gallery sometime between the 13th to 20th. If you do you will be able to catch the new EcoPop exhibition by Adrian Marden and you will be able to find the answers to some searching questions such as :-
Are smart speakers sexist ?
Do we spend too long indoors ?
Is fashion green ?
Do we drink too much wine ?
Should we dig our gardens ?
Do people still watch B&W TV’s ?
Can products be racist ?
...and much more.
Maybe see you there ?
In art as in life, you never know when you have arrived at where you want to be, or if you ever will. Perhaps the journey is more important than the destination.
In this one-week show Eagle Gallery member Annabel Ossel’s reveals her abstract journey so far, with paintings and collages that draw the viewer with their bold colours and shapes. Playful elements are often incorporated into her works. Annabel creates her collages from cut or torn pieces of paper painted with leftover acrylic paint. The collages in turn can inform new paintings.
Annabel has been a member of the Eagle Gallery for seven years. She exhibits in their regular group shows, as well as smaller ones, such as the recent printmaking and abstraction exhibitions and last year’s Open Studios. Annabel completed a Foundation art course in London before becoming a picture researcher for publishers and other media. She later attained a BA Hons in art history.