New Art Highlights

20 - 26 March

New Art Highlights of the week includes: James Moore, Bea Last, Tim Pugh and Chris Reynolds

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Sycamore Grove Theatre, 2023 by James Moore

James Moore 

Oil on Wooden Panel. A landscape painting of the theatre that appears in the Romeo and Juliet film.

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Aesthetica Art Prize FINALIST, 2023 by Bea Last

Bea Last

Delighted to be informed that I am a finalist in this years AESTHETICA ART PRIZE and to be participating in #FUTURENOW at York Gallery this coming March

Programme Announced | Future Now 2023

We're bringing you two days of inspiring talks from cutting-edge artists and galleries. Hear from Hannah Starkey, @OpenEyeGallery, @BarbicanCentre and more.

23-24 March | York. Save 25% on passes with code EARLYX25:

#Aesthetica #AestheticaArtPrize #contemporaryart #creativeprocess #creatives #Award #artsprize #galleries #exhibition #talks #symposium

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“Hazel Drops”, 2023 by Tim Pugh

Tim Pugh 

This decorative intervention was created at Yeathouse in West Cumbria in November 2022 and is comprised of Hazel leaves delicately balanced on a silver birch tree in windless conditions.The leaves were left over from a previous artwork where circles were cut out and used for something else.Rather than waste the leaves, they were gently draped on the tree.Occasional light wisps of breeze blew the odd leaf onto the ground and it was a frustrating time photographing the artwork in the fading light.The irony is that these leftover ‘waste’ leaves produced a better artwork than intended.

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Legacy II - Rediscovery, 2022 - 2023 by Chris Reynolds

Chris Reynolds

An artist's time capsule

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