‘Prevail’ by Amanda Ansell is on display at the Ipswich Art School Gallery, Suffolk until 8th March 2015.
@PaintBritain is an exhibition of works from contemporary British artists from across the UK.
This 21st century painting collection includes works by Pollock-Krasner awardee Kelly Jayne, John Moores Prize winner Nicholas Middleton, British Academy awardee James Quin, Wyss Foundation prize winner Harvey Taylor, Alex Hanna, Matthew Krishanu, Arts Council awardee Simon Carter and East London Painting Prize winner Nathan Eastwood.
The Contemporary British Painting collection was established by artists Robert Priseman and Simon Carter when they started to ask the question ‘Who today is painting in Britain? This new exhibition brings these important and innovative artists together for the very first time.
There is also a number of 20th century paintings from the Ipswich Borough Collection on show in the art school galleries. They have been chosen to show the range of painters in the Collection who have inspired, provoked discussion and continue to engage people today.
‘Rock’ by Amanda Ansell is exhibited as part of Contemporary British Painting, at Huddersfield Art Gallery. The exhibition opens on 1 November and runs until 14 March 2015.
The exhibition gives a glimpse into the dynamic and vibrant painting scene taking place in the UK today. Paintings on display, draw on contemporary subjects like engagements with the Middle East and the impact of mass media. Works also show a sustained interest in the advancement of abstract painting, responses to the landscape connected to environmental issues, a continued engagement with surrealism and the development of a new kind of non-specific representational narrative painting.
Entry to the exhibition is free and the gallery is open Monday to Friday, 10am to 5pm and Saturday, 10am to 4pm. The exhibition is curated from the Priseman-Seabrook Collection of 21st Century British Painting.
Place and Landscape at the Waterfront Gallery, Ipswich is the last of three exhibitions that introduce the East Contemporary Art Collection. It looks at the importance of place and landscape as an inspiration for contemporary artists in the eastern region.
Simon Carter, co-founder of the collection says, “East Anglia has provided space and sanctuary for creatives of all kind, being close enough to allow access to London but on its own gloriously undisturbed route to nowhere. I know I am not the only one that feels unreasonably deeply rooted to this landscape.”
The exhibition features work by 32 artists including ‘Evening Sail’ by Amanda Ansell and continues until 13th November 2014.
‘Evening Sail’ from the East Contemporary Art Collection is currently on show at the Abbey Walk Gallery, Grimsby. The exhibition continues until the 13th September 2014. Curated by Robert Priseman, Simon Carter, Linda Ingham, Stephen Newton and Paul Galyer, the show represents individual concerns particular to each artist whilst placing them in an exhibition which encourages connections and conversations. The exhibition has free entry and the gallery is open Tuesday to Saturday 9 to 5pm.
The 44th Eastern Open exhibition is displayed across four locations in King’s Lynn: Fermoy Gallery, Red Barn, Shakespeare Barn and the Old Warehouse. The selectors this year were; artist’s Daniel Sturgis and Vicken Parsons and curator at The Lowry, Kate Farrell. The exhibition continues until the 30th November 2013.
East Contemporary Art: A collection of 21st century practice is now showing at the Waterfront Gallery, Ipswich. The first of three displays, this exhibition continues until the 13th November 2013. Further displays are planned with more artworks from the collection, 27th November 2013 – 16th January 2014, followed by Places and Landscapes 1st October 2014 – 12th November 2014.
Amanda Ansell attended the reception at University College Suffolk (UCS) to celebrate the launch of East Contemporary Art Collection. Initiated by artists Robert Priseman and Simon Carter and in partnership with the university in Ipswich, the ECA Collection will be a stimulating and valuable resource for students and researchers and will undoubtedly become a notable visitor attraction. ‘Evening Sail,’ a painting from the foam bubble island series will be part of the ECA Collection.
The exhibition ‘East Contemporary Art: A collection of 21st Century Practice’ will open to the public at the Waterfront Art Gallery in September 2013 and coincide with a major exhibition at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich, titled, ‘Masterpieces: Art and East Anglia,’ which will also celebrate art in the eastern region from the prehistoric period to the present day. Exhibited in the newly refurbished galleries, this exhibition will showcase the rich and unique artistic heritage of Norfolk and Suffolk, with works ranging from paintings to jewellery and textile design. To find out more visit: http://goo.gl/3xwI7N
More on the East Contemporary Arts Collection: http://goo.gl/iJfYXu