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This two-per­son exhi­bi­tion brings togeth­er the work of Deanne Trem­lett and Georgina Clapham, in an explo­ration of con­tem­po­rary fig­u­ra­tive painting.

22/04/23 – 13/05/23
Opening Times
Sun–Mon, Closed
Tue–Sat, 11:00 – 15:00
Through their life-sized works, Clapham and Tremlett both deal with intimacy, belonging and otherness, sexuality, and storytelling that is part of everyday life, through a distinctly feminine lens. In a celebration of human form, Tremlett’s often nude figures draw us to focus on human psychology and physicality, whilst Clapham’s detailed depictions of fashion and costume within her portraits help conjure the personal narratives and inner world of her sitters. Tremlett’s energetic, deliberate handling of skin tones and textures creates a bodily quality to the paint. By contrast, Clapham’s portraits have a memetic likeness, inspired by photography, with fine glazes influenced by her research into portraits from the Early Modern European Period.

Alongside the exhibition there will be the opportunity to meet the artists through artist talks and a series of masterclasses. For more information on these please contact the
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