Andrew Roberts and Benjamin Hope NEAC Gallery Different, 8 - 16 November 2019
New English Art Club, Annual Exhibition, Mall Galleries, London, SW1, 14 - 22 June 2019
To the Fore: Mount’s 4th birthday exhibition at their Silk Mill Studio Frome 6 & 7 April 2019 (Preview 5 April 6 - 8pm)
Mount are celebrating their 4th birthday over the weekend of 6th – 7th April in the studio above theirs at Silk Mill West.
“I can hardly believe it: we’re four years old already! Since we entered the Somerset art scene in 2015 we’ve been honoured to work with a loyal client base, from artists at the start of their careers to giants of the art world like Hauser & Wirth. To celebrate, we’re putting on an exhibition of work by artists who we consider to be at the forefront of the Southwest art scene, including Professor Anita Taylor, Christopher Bucklow, Mark Karasick, and many more….”
Andrew Roberts: If not now, then when (solo exhibition), 15 September - 4 November 2018, Whittox Gallery , Frome, Somerset.
HUBnub Gallery, Frome presents If Not Now, Then When, a selection of new paintings by Andrew Roberts, which, collectively, serve as a visual diary, denoting the artist’s travels and plein-air painting sessions. The loose and intuitive marks within each painting result in sensory, atmospheric compositions that encourage viewers to consider their own relationship with the landscape, and delve deeper into their subliminal perceptions of place.
Capturing the Moment, Menier Gallery, London (16 - 20 October 2018)
Capturing The Moment is the first major exhibition of today’s foremost contemporary British artists working ‘en plein air’, or painting outside, often in adverse weather, each one striving to capture the essence of their surroundings with freshness and passion. Click here to view all exhibited works.
Gallery 8 London (21 - 26 May 2018)
8 Duke Street, St James's SW1
The Alchemy of Paint brings together works by five British Artists: Tom Coates PPNEAC RP, Fred Cuming RA, Julie Jackson NEAC, Mary Jackson NEAC and Andrew Roberts, each of whom utilise paint as a means of offering new perspectives on the observed world. Based principally upon direct observation of nature, the works demonstrate the expressive possibilities of the medium through gesture, texture and colour. The artists have translated real-life experiences into painterly equivalents; elevating, romanticising, and deepening our appreciation of the surroundings which are so often overlooked. Download the catalogue here.