Sculpture at Cheeseburn
Contemporary Sculpture Fulmer opens 21st May
Please join us on Saturday 20 MAY 2017 from 12.30pm for the launch of CONTEMPORARY SCULPTURE FULMER RSVP EssentialTo celebrate the launch of the inaugural year of Contemporary Sculpture Fulmer we would like to invite you to be among the first to visit the gardens and explore the exhibition. We will enjoy lunch and drinks in the gardens from 12.30pm. Fulmer is just a 20-30 minute drive west of London, and there is parking on site. We will be organising a coach from London for those who require it. (Please specify if you would like to take the coach when you RSVP, more details to follow.) The closest station, Gerrards Cross, is 25 minutes from London Marylebone and is a short cab ride from Fulmer. Contemporary Sculpture Fulmer Fulmer Common Road Fulmer Bucks SL3 6JN (Entrance opposite Fulmer Cricket Club) RSVP essential to George@williambenington.co.uk
Traces at bo.lee gallery 13-21 May
Sue Williams A'Court | Laura Ellen Bacon | Clare Burnett
Cathy Lewis | Andrew McIntosh | Suzanne Moxhay
bo.lee HQ | 4 Dunstans Road, London SE22 0HQ
VISIONS AND VISTAS + TRACES | 13 - 21 MAY
Weekends 11am - 6pm
Weekdays by appointment
Join us on Saturday 20th April for the exhibition closing party. Drinks served from 6pm.
The gallery room and garden will host guest and gallery artists in a group show titled TRACES.
Comprising a variety of mediums including photography, installation, sculpture and painting, these works share a fascination in the force of nature, as explored by Ambrosine Allen in her solo exhibition in the gallery viewing room. Whilst Ambrosine's work imagines possible futures taken over by nature, these selected artists trace the lines that it leaves behind. Often taking nature as their tool, the artists document and recreate the perpetual forces found within it. From sublime landscapes to derelict and overgrown buildings, the interior and exterior collide. In the gallery room, we are guided by light, portal or gesture, to a place where only nature exists.
The bo.lee HQ garden hosts an atmospheric installation 'The Clearing' by Clare Burnett that traces absence in sculptural 'drawings' of Victorian headstones. The work was first commissioned to remember absent graves in West Norwood Cemetery in 2012, and now takes on a new form as a site specific installation in which the viewer is invited to consider personal and collective histories.