5th September - 4th October 2014
Once again Peter Randall-Page presents an exciting new body of work, which pushes traditional boundaries of making in Upside Down & Inside Out. The gallery will house three new monumental bronzes. In the creation of these, Randall-Page carved directly into the sand moulds taken from naturally eroded granite boulders, working from the inside out. In Randall-Page’s unique process, the carved indentations in the interior of the moulds become convex bulges. The uniform man-made tool used to create the indentations contrasts with the natural form of the original boulders, which is reminiscent of his earlier Theme and Variation series. Peter Randall-Page explains that he hopes his new works “are ambiguous and allude, by their form, to both erosion and growth.”
15th October - 29th November 2014
This exhibition takes as its focus Tucker's figurative work, which pushes the figurative to the brink of abstraction. Spanning the last four decadesthese organic, primordial forms betray the artist's hand bringing an almost sensual tactile quality. The exhibition includes examples of Tucker's early figurative works as well as new casts; Tucker's aim for these sculptures is for them to be sensed internally, through the body, rather than interpreted by the eyes and mind.
5th December - 17th January 2015
An exhibition of jewellery made by a wide range of established sculptors.