Maggie Robinson, Melancholy were the notes on a winter’s night – Opus 280, Acrylic on paper, Framed and glazed, 84 x 62cm, £650
Maggie Robinson, Hear the tunes you love - Opus 264, Acrylic on paper, Framed and glazed, 84 x 62cm, £650
Maggie Robinson, Hear the silence sing - Opus 279, Acrylic on paper, framed and glazed, 98 x 82cm, £1,150
Maggie Robinson, A Timeless Symphony - Opus 242, Acrylic on paper, framed and glazed, 106 x 87cm, £1,250
Stephen Todd, Force of Nature (with Dunlins - Humber Estuary, Hull Docks), Gouache, Pastel, Indian Ink, Graphite, 88cm x 69cm, £780
Stephen Todd, Deep in Sleep (Humber Estuary), Gouache, Pastel, Indian Ink, Graphite, 42cm x 38cm, £340
Stephen Todd, Beached (Humber Estuary), Gouache, Pastel, Indian Ink, Graphite 66cm x 48cm, £580
Stephen Todd, Our Day is Done (Ferry: Shaldon to Teignmouth - South Devon), Gouache, Pastel, Indian Ink, Graphite, 30cm x 34cm, £200
Stephen Todd, License your Departure (River Teign – South Devon), Gouache, Pastel, Indian Ink, Graphite, 52cm x 45cm, £420
Tim Ball, Qorsey Bank, Oil on board, £850
Tim Ball, Pinders Rock, Oil on board, £700
Tim Ball, Black Plantation, Oil on board, 26 x 36cm, £850
Tim Ball, Fall into autumn, Oil on board, 23 x 23cm, £650
Tarpey Gallery is proud to present ‘Ways of Seeing’, taking place from February 10th – March 11th. The exhibition features work by three artists each with a very unique way of seeing and interpreting the landscape, this is an invitation to view the world of landscape painting through the eyes of some very talented local artists. From Tim Ball’s focused abstract studies of the undergrowth of our hedgerows and forests to Maggie Robinson’s open and vibrant vistas of our counties and famous landmarks, this is a celebration of the great British countryside.
Maggie Robinson, Tim Ball and Stephen Todd will each be exhibiting a small collection of new work and will bring their unique way of seeing and painting the landscape to this intimate group show.