A few highlights of the recent art exhibition by Marshall Murray Galleries during the Monaco Yacht Show 2017.
Get in touch with Oliver Hawkins when nearby Monaco for a personal invitation: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here is a short video of all highlights and open further images with the linke below:
Gulf of Trieste / The Star Class Adriatic fleet
“An Eye for the Buoys” - my iconic art sail, based on “EVE”, a steel panel suspended portrait (limited edition) won again, this time at the Barcolana - helmed by World Champion and Olympian Robert Scheidt.
The Barcolana attracts 250,000 visitors over the prime weekend and the race course. The Star Class Adriatic fleet brings back the heyday of these keelboats in the Gulf of Trieste by racing on a series of windward-leeward courses and taking part in regattas in front of Bacino San Giusto in the evening.
More info: email@example.com, http://www.barcolana.it, in Twitter @FineArtSails, official hashtag: #Barcolana #Bstar
Royal Thames Yacht Club Article 2014 and RTYC Review features all art sails: Art Sails (PDF) (pdf, 1 page)
At ‘The Garden Gallery‘
Rookery Lane, Broughton, Stockbridge
Hampshire SO20 8AZ. Tel 01794 301144
I am exhibiting an outdoor sculpture in bronzemesh at the Garden Gallery for the very first time and many thanks to Rachel Bebb for inviting me. New artists this year are also Lisi Ashbridge, Sadie Brockbank MRBS, Anne Curry MRBS, Paul Donovan, Mark Evans, Rowena Gilbert, Joseph Hillier MRBS, Eric Marland, John Neilson, Jane Rickards, Tim Royall and Mark Stonestreet.
Making a Mark is a celebration of craftsmanship. At the Private View on 13 May the Lettering Arts Trust in Snape will have a display about its work and some of the letter carvers exhibiting in Making a Mark will demonstrate their skill.
The Garden Gallery is liaising with the Association Culturelle Barneville-Carteret in Normandy which holds regular exhibitions of sculpture and painting. Roger Stephens MRBS will exhibit at ArtBC for two weeks in June.
Private View | Saturday 13 May | 11 – 5
Exhibition Opening Times | 18 May – 8 July
Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays | 11 – 5, all other times by arrangement.
More info: write to Rachel Bebb MA, FRSA at the Garden Gallery
Grange Festival in June near Winchester
The Garden Gallery is also exhibiting sculpture at The Grange Festival in June. This fabulous feast of opera takes place at Grange Park, near Winchester. The beautiful park has been restored to its Arcadian splendour by eminent landscape architect Kim Wilkie. Exhibiting sculptors include Salvatore Anselmo, Charlotte Mayer FRBS, Sally Fawkes MRBS and Richard Jackson MRBS, Peter Randall-Page FRBS, Jon Buck MRBS and Shelley Robzen MRBS, alongside paintings by Deborah Gourlay.
Art Gallery Marshall Murray exhibits a selection of my work in a beautiful sculpture garden Fern de La Gorra in Southern France. Highly recommended – a visit when you're near Monaco! Please email Oliver Hawkins (by appointment only).
The stunning garden near Monaco presents more than 40 artworks. Marshall Murray loves bringing a slice of British life to the Cote D’Azur, hosting viewings inviting art lovers and artists to meet and mingle over glasses of rosé. Since September 2015 Marshall Murray exhibits British sculpture in southern France, a collaboration with the award-winning international garden designer James Basson, his sumptuous planting juxtaposed with sculpture. Lighting of the garden is installed by Jean-Phillipe Weimer. Watch the video (Marshall Murray Facebook) or open more images with following link:
Images of the Art&Music Event September/October 2016
With Club Vivanova / Marshall Murray Gallery
Many thanks to Oliver Hawkins from Marshall Murray Gallery and Club Vivanova who organised the 2016 Luxury Yacht Gourmet Experience, featuring a selection of my steel mesh and steel panel sculptures on the yacht. Bradley Mitton from Vivanova arranges lunches and cocktail parties during the Monaco Yacht Show in the Port of Monaco, Monte Carlo.
See all images of sculpture on the yacht
Further Vivanova event information and event photographs: www.clubvivanova.com/events with this link:
Heralded as the first of it's kind in the UK, The Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden has been proudly exhibiting contemporary sculpture in a unique and magical environment for over 30 years. I am happy to exhibit sculpture TUUSUM, SQUERE, CIRCA and CIRUM in this beautiful park.
The garden is open on Thursdays throughout the summer, as well as Friday to Sunday.
Changes: Owner and curator Hannah Peschar of the renowned sculpture garden Surrey has stepped back to allow a new pairing of curators to add their stamp to the Sculpture Garden. Along with Anthony Paul, curator Vikki Leedham will be assembling this year's exhibition.
See all images of David Begbie Outdoor Sculpture at Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden
May - October 2015
Private View Sunday 7th June 2015
I am looking forward to visit the Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden once again this year and unfortunately it will be the last season for this spectacular outside exhibition:
Hannah Peschar and Anthony Paul have the pleasure of inviting you to the private viewing of the new and final collection of sculpture at The Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden
on the 7th June 2015, 3pm - 5pm. Exhibition continues until the end of October 2015.
Adress: Black & White Cottage, Standon Lane, Ockley, Surrey RH5 5QR
The Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden 2015 with TUUSUM, a double figure in copper and Buddha Portrait , suspended.
Watch this beautiful video by Vicki Leedham / Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden.
Stuart Anderson • Carole Andrews • John Atkin • Walter Bailey • Ben Barrell • Jay Battle • Stephen Beardsell • David Begbie • Hannah Bennett • Alison Berman • Jane Bohane • Stuart Bourne • Howard Bowcott • Peter Bye • Thiébaut Chagué • Stephen Duncan • Anthony Fagin • Richard Farrington • Robert Harding • Sean Henry • Heywood and Condie • Simon Hitchens • Richard Jackson & Sally Fawkes • Rick Kirby • David Klein • Martina Lauinger • Jonathan Loxley • Sophie Marsham • Malcolm Martin & Gaynor Dowling • Christopher Marvell • Ronald van der Meijs • Caroline Moiret • Liam O'Neill • Anthony Paul • David Price • Lambert Rocour • Sam Shendi • Michael Short • Tom Stogdon • Johannes von Stumm • Jilly Sutton • Paul Vanstone • Léon Vermunt • Patricia Volk • Neil Wilkin • Emily Young• Wijnand Zijlmans • and Peter Clarke.
Private View Invitation with following link. Please RSVP for the 7th of June 2015. See More...
This was the second edition of this unique event which was put together by RTYC member Peter Bonham-Christie, with Michael Ross and his CNM Estates Company, including my artwork “An Eye for the Buoys”, based on “EVE”, a steel panel suspended portrait in limited edition.
Link:: Read the article: Royal Thames Yacht Club Article 2014 and RTYC Review Art Sails (PDF) (pdf, 1 page)
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Read the article in COWES YACHTING, Spring Edition 2013 about all artists and the project:
A weekend of Fine Art Sails* racing at the London Boat Show 2013 was won by the boat and crew with my sail 'An Eye for the Buoys’.
Michael Ross' official CNM Estates UK Star Championship regatta award went to Xavier Rohart and Serge Pulfer.
Fine Art Sails is the first-of-its-kind collaboration between World Class Yachting and Internationally acclaimed artists. Established in 2012 by concept founder Michael Ross of CNM Estates, Fine Art Sails invites artists to create original artwork sails. I am delighted to take part!
My artwork for the sail is derived from 'EVE' 2008, a limited edition flat steel-panel sculpture translated into a sail format.
I am particularly impressed by how the origins of the 'Art Sails' idea have transformed from street art and graffiti painting into the initiation of a completely new art form, literally inventing a new 'canvas' on which artists are invited to work. I'm also simply amazed at the momentum and speed at which this project has moved and gathered force since it began in 2012.
The ethos of the 'Art Sails' concept and of Michael Ross' desire to draw together the seemingly disparate worlds of nautical sailing and 'the Arts' is potentially as versatile and expansive as the invited artists can make this concept themselves, culminating in an artwork of truly magnificent proportions. I am pleased and honoured to take part and as the image I have created for this project is derived from an existing sculpture, which in itself is originated from a tiny passport photo, this demonstrates how adaptable and surprising the 'Art Sails' concept actually is.