Ursula Newell-Walker

Image Credit: Ursula Newell-Walker

LT Gallery, 1 Orchard Street, Weston-Super-Mare BS23 1RG

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Thursday 09 February 2017 – Tuesday 28 February 2017
During opening hours
Opening Hours: 10am-4pm Tues, Fri, Sat; 12-7pm Thurs
Booking not necessary


'When the Painting Gets a Chance to Speak' Guided Tour of her exhibition by the artist
Saturday 18 February 3-4pm


Exhibition Preview Drinks
Thursday 9 February 4-7pm

Ursula's works are about place, time, light; and that which lies always at the threshold of consciousness. Each painting is a glimpse of another reality always there, but often unnoticed. It is hoped that the viewer standing before one of her works and fully absorbing it has a sense of newness. Over the years Ursula has tried various ways of exploring these ideas: in landscape paintings, interiors, still life and hand-printed fabrics.

"Every painting is a statement and a celebration. I hope that people looking at my paintings will feel a pull. That is also what I experience as I paint. First the materials engage the eye and senses, then intuitive gestures form shapes or planes of colour, then curiosity is engaged and decisions are made about what needs to have clearer expression. I often work on several paintings at once, giving time to go and come; to form relationships and allow a ‘conversation’ between the emerging works.” - Ursula Newell-Walker

It is important to the artist for those who want to buy from exhibitions and begin their own small collection so as to have a daily conversation with original paintings which seem to 'speak their language' are able to do so. Prices for her work in this exhibition start from £120 and all are available for purchase.

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