Paint Edgy: Contemporary British Painting and Guests

10 September – 27 November 2022

I am delighted to be showing one of my Domestic Landscape painting in this exhibition curated by Judith Tucker and Linda Ingham.

“I have a respect for invention, and I think that’s what attracts me to the margins in all things” writes the painter Graham Crowley.

The exhibition Paint Edgy: Contemporary British Painting & Guests demonstrates painting at its most inventive and innovative, and reflects a range of concerns with margins, edges and edginess. This wordplay encompasses the formal concerns of possibilities of painterly edges, and edges of canvas: painting as both object and image. Beyond this, however, it is also metaphorical: edgy as a play of on the radical possibilities of contemporary painting, here, in the location of the Ropewalk Gallery, Barton on Humber, right on the very edge of England.

Mountain (domestic landscape), oil on canvas, 65cm x 50cm, 2022

CBP artists: Susan Absolon, David Ainley, Iain Andrews, Amanda Ansell, Karl Bielik, Day Bowman, Julian Brown, Marco Cali, Ruth Calland, Simon Carter, Pen Dalton, Jeff Dellow, Lisa Denyer, Sam Douglas, Natalie Dowse, Geraint Evans, Susan Gunn, Susie Hamilton, Alex Hanna, Marguerite Horner, Barbara Howey, Phil Illingworth, Linda Ingham, Rachel Lancaster, Bryan Lavelle, Andrew Litten, Paula MacArthur, David Manley, Enzo Marra, Paul Newman, Joe Packer, Stephen Palmer, Mandy Payne, Barbara Peirson, Ruth Philo, Alison Pilkington, Narbi Price, Freya Purdue, Katherine Russell, David Sullivan, Harvey Taylor, Molly Thomson, Judith Tucker, Joanna Whittle and Sean Williams.

Guest artists: Graham Crowley, Deborah Grice, Richard Hatfield, Tim Needham, April Virgoe and Zoe Steele.

Artspace Gallery, The Ropewalk,
Maltkiln Road, Barton on Humber, North Lincolnshire DN18 5JT

Exhibition dates:
10 September – 27 November 2022

Opening Times: Tuesday to Saturday 10am – 5pm and Sunday 10am – 4pm
Admission free