Although not absolutely ready, I took these images of my ‘Silent Spaces’ show yesterday. The gallery really suits my small intimate mixed media landscapes and I feel privileged to have been offered this exhibition by Alan Kluckow Fine Art.
The main entrance space has a short run of three pieces, then to the right is a run of 9 works towards the back of the gallery.
The exhibition catalogues are on a central table and on shelves at the back wall.
The show has been curated and hung by Alan Kluckow. I got to see my work completely afresh when I walked into the gallery space and saw the hang for the first time.
This run of three can be seen from right up the approach to the gallery, they are the only works in the whole of the front space. The main glazing is on the right and opposite some way away is the main doorway structure. (see previous post).
To the left of the main doorway, is this run of six pieces, with a grouping of four on the returning wall. There are then two vertical pieces just around the corner.
I will be at the show off and on showing people around until May 10th. If you do come, please do say hello. I would love to meet you. Sunningdale is just off the M25 and there is lots of inexpensive parking nearby. The final image below is a bit lower resolution than the others, but it shows the view of the group of three from the door.