Preparing for our next Salisbury art exhibition
It’s been a busy time here at the gallery. After re-opening and life getting back to ‘normal’, I am working on another exhibition later this year in collaboration with a talented local artist, to be held in the gallery in October.
The exhibition will feature a variety of local pieces from Caroline Richardson, Sophia Sample (our resident artist) and myself. We are really looking forward to sharing the space and working together to curate a show with the combination of styles and themes that we use in our work.
In the meantime, I am enjoying the current beautiful piece of work displayed in the gallery by fine artist, Caroline Richardson, which we invite you to come and see prior to the wider show later this year.
Caroline Richardson is a very talented local artist, living in Salisbury for almost 25 years. A London-born graduate in design, rather than fine-art, Caroline worked as a graphic designer for many years before leaving her job to work full time.
We are featuring her exquisite ‘Floral Explosion’ series here at the gallery as part of the build-up to the full October exhibition, which needs to be seen to be believed! She works almost completely in oils and mostly from photos but does enjoy painting from life too.
Here we’re currently displaying her ‘Peonies’ piece, depicting rich, accurate colours which could very easily be mistaken for a photograph. This has been created on a larger scale than Caroline would usually work at, but this allows for even more detail and depth to be added.
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The exhibition will take place in October 2021, details are yet to be confirmed so watch this space and be sure to follow the memoryfineart social media pages to stay up to date.
You can drop by the gallery where Caroline’s work can currently be seen in the window so we encourage you to walk past if you are visiting the City centre. To book an appointment to visit the gallery and take a closer look at Caroline’s work and indeed all the other fine artwork on display, please get in touch.