Including loans from private collections and the Frink Estate, the exhibition provides a fascinating insight into Frink’s inspirations and working methods, and the significance of the ongoing presence of her commissioned work.
Gallery tours of the Elisabeth Frink: In the Presence of Sculpture.
A new body of abstract paintings in which space and transient light are evoked through the dynamics of colour.
Painterly landscapes exploring the distinctive topography of North Nottinghamshire.
A series of lectures to accompany the David Jones exhibition.
This major exhibition has been organised to coincide with the publication of a new monograph and includes some 60 works from throughout Jones’s life in a timely
reassessment of one of the most imaginative artists of his era.
Using printmaking and drawing techniques we will play with shape, colour and texture to explore the design and layout of David Jones's texts.
New work by the winner of the Photography Bursary Award 2015 supported by Nottingham Trent University, Djanogly Gallery and Genesis Imaging.
Taking inspiration from both the vivid landscapes in the David Jones exhibition and the natural forms and textures found in Highfields Park, explore new ways of depicti
Adopting the painterly styles of David Jones’ pictures, participants will be experimenting with the versatility of water-based paints.
A series of gallery tours of the David Jones: Vision and Memory exhibition.
Taking inspiration from the engravings for Rime of the Ancient Mariner and the self-portraits of David Jones, you will wo