The first two months of 2018 have flown by and now right at the end of winter we get copious amounts of snow and even ice days...still...the first exhibition of the year has been planned for some time and hopefully by the 23rd March we will get some warmth from the sun and a spring like day.
Looking Beyond is a superb title, so named because the Late November Gallery has never looked sideways but had a very pro active approach to embracing new, interesting Artists, not all household names but these emerging artists have a great platform in an interesting space to make a mark.
The evening as mentioned is Friday 23rd March between 6 and 8pm.
Apart from some wonderful, established names such as John Piper, Ceri Richards, Marion Macphee, Gwilym Prichard, Claudia Williams and Alison Lambert the names of Sarah Hopkins, Philip Vaughan, Annabel Faraday, Ellie Burton, Dorothy Hanna, Barbara Sinden Lewis and Janie Harrison may not be quite so well known to people living locally but each has their own identity, highly regarded in their area of work and place, so together this exhibition will once again show that the Gallery looks beyond the local vicinity for both its audience and artist.
Please call and enjoy visiting an immaculately prepared Gallery for what will no doubt be another great innovative show.