Exhibitions At Coterie Gallery
Coterie Gallery & Fine Art Studio, 7 Riverside Precinct, Rotherham, S60 1ND
Mediterranea features artist Jose Manuel Gonzalez Iglasias who through geometric abstraction with paint and collage creates the vibrancy and colour of the Mediterranean.with its environments.
Layers, shapes and forms are juxtaposed and overlaid,not necessarily in a pure geometrically structured order but to encourage contemplation and curiosity in the means and patterns used.
The exhibition opens on Tuesday 29th March until 16th April 2016 at the Coterie Gallery, Riverside Precinct, Corporation Street, Rotherham S60 1ND
3 is an exhibition of 3 artists Tim Carpenter, Karlito and ILIVEINASQUARE featuring photography, art and sculpture.
Each person presenting their own concepts in their own inimitable way makes a thought provoking exhibition in which each compliments the other.
The exhibition runs from the 29th February to 24th March 2016 at the Coterie Fine Art Gallery & Studio, 7 Riverside Precinct
Rotherham, S60 1ND.
For an invitation to the evening viewing on Wednesday 2nd March 6-8pm call 07881 420070.
A Small Exhibition is a big exhibition throughout January 2016 featuring small and miniature paintings from 2″ square landscapes to 12″ portraits.
Members of the long established Rotherham Society of Artists have exhibited many times before, yet still manage to surprise as in the case of his exhibition entitled Pot-Pourii featuring landscapes, portraits, collages, nature, in effect an exhibition of diversity featuring something for everyone.
Based at the Unity Centre on St Leonards Road, the Society meets every other Friday and would welcome new members so they are offering an invitation to a preview evening at the Gallery on Wednesday 11th November between 6 – 7.30pm where you can not only see the exhibition but also have an opportunity to speak to the artists
The exhibition runs from the 9th to 29th November 2015.
Hounds and Horses is an additional exhibition in the gallery annex featuring pastel work by Christine Smith an attendee at Sheffield Royal Society for the Blind.
Following major surgery which left her only partly sighted in one eye she was introduced to art whilst attending sessions at Sheffield Royal Society for the Blind.
Supported by the Society and her mentor Graham Shaw who runs a picture framing studio at Bank Street Art this exhibition is an example of her work.
Eclecticism is the new exhibition at the Coterie and as the name suggests this is a mixture of abstract, modern and traditional work in various mediums and sizes from 2″ (5cms) oil on canvas to 3′ (90cms) box canvas.
The exhibition will run throughout October 2015.
The Crisis what Crisis by Yorkshire artist Anthony Carroll series forms a satirical view of the economic crisis from 2008 and updated to the present time in which the recipient organisations, institutions and authorities responsible and found wanting are parodied as wooden tops, a term which may be regarded as either one of endearment taken without offence between friends or as a derogatory term to describe the organisations, institutions or authorities as inept, incompetent, or indifferent.
The narrative accompanying each piece is intended to provide a catalyst in which to provoke an opinion from the viewer.
The exhibition will run through out September 2015.
Fractured is a series of portraits taken in a different outlook in addition to the traditional portraiture some of the images have been further fractured into a series of abstracted images.
This exhibition of paintings during August 2015.
Bagatelle is the latest offering from Barnsley and District Art Society exemplifying the work produced by one of the many art groups across the region.
In this exhibition they are joined by member of ‘The Art Buddies” art group many of whom are paradoxically members of the Barnsley Art Group.
Both of these groups have exhibited here in the past so it is rather poignant that local talent should be the last to exhibit at the Coterie Gallery from its present site.
The March 2014 exhibition will see new work by local talented artist taking the landscape into new dimensions. We are keeping this secret so you will have to wait.
April will see a massive exhibition with the return of Barnsley Art Society with invited guests.
Last time they exhibited the gallery space was packed from the Society members alone so it looks as though we may have to take part of it to the other exhibition spaces.