09 Nov-31 Dec

This is the second exhibition at Philadelphia Street for Clifton Fine Art, a gallery specialising in contemporary art from the South West of England. Following a successful month here in June, we are pleased to offer an even wider collection of artists who are inspired by the architecture and landscape of Bristol and the surrounding area.

A wide selection of prints, cards and artist’s books will also be available.

Tom White: A new series of Bristol paintings once again focussing on the less iconic but immensely charismatic corners of the city.

Steve Slimm: Often described as a painter’s painter, Steve’s highly atmospheric landscape paintings have a quality of light so intense that he is now featured in the UK Art A-level syllabus, as a case study in the use of light.

Harriet Whyatt: A new series of work which again draws on her fascination with marginal groups, such as the Romany Gypsies; preferring to focus on the romanticism, sense of tradition and pride rather than the harsh realities.

Ali Corder: A Fine Art graduate from UWE , Ali lives and works in Gloucestershire. Her work is predominantly illustration and print based, and a minimalist approach to drawing, results in clean lines and a simple charm. She recently had a piece of work selected for Gloucester City Museum by BBC art critic Ben Lewis.

Colin Vincent: This latest series of still lifes include some of his characteristic paintings of dolls. Posing Action Men, Sindys and Barbies together, he creates curiously voyeuristic scenes of dolls interacting, using a hyper-realistic style making the viewer feel as if they are catching a private moment.

Hugh Childs: Clevedon artist Hugh Childs brings his unique vision of the architecture and landscape around Bristol to life in monochrome, using mixed media including graphite, turps and collage.


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Opening Hours

Preview: Friday 9th November 6-9pm


09 Nov 2012 - 31 Dec 2012


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