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Posts Tagged ‘Catherine Rayner’

Angie Lewin’s ‘Nature Study’ at the Sarah Wiseman Gallery in Oxford (5-26/Sep)

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015

Sarah Wiseman Gallery is thrilled to present an exhibition of printmaking by renowned British artist Angie Lewin.

They first started showing work by Angie in 2013 to great success, and this solo exhibition has been two years in the planning. Visitors can expect to see a mixture of new prints, as well as others from older editions.

Angie will be in attendance on Saturday 5th September, from 11am – 1:30pm. The exhibition runs until 26th September and the gallery will also show ‘Prickles, Fur and Feathers’ works by Catherine Rayner.


Catherine Rayner’s ‘Alexander’ arrives at the Sarah Wiseman Gallery, Oxford

Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014


Just arrived to the Sarah Wiseman Gallery, the latest hare print by Catherine Rayner ‘Alexander’ (illustrated above, courtesy of the Sarah Wiseman Gallery). He will be added to the Printmaking Focus exhibition when he comes back from the framers however it is sure to be a popular print. Also in the Printmaking Focus Exhibition the last in the edition of ‘Pascale’ by Catherine Rayner; an ideal opportunity to pick up a desirable silkscreen by this highly collectable artist. For more information contact Sarah Wiseman Gallery.

Catherine Rayner’s ‘Hazel & Friends’ at Sarah Wiseman Gallery, Oxford

Monday, April 29th, 2013


Image: Catherine Rayner ‘Russell’ Silkscreen (Courtesy of Sarah Wiseman Gallery)


Sarah Wiseman Gallery presents Catherine Rayner ‘Hazel & Friends’, an exhibition of paintings and silkscreens. The artist will be visiting Oxford for the Private View on Thursday 2nd May 2013,  6-8pm, a great opportunity to meet this much loved award winning artist! Click here to read more about Catherine Rayner and view work currently available.

Catherine’s distinctive animals and birds are brought to life by her vivacious and lively style; her speciality is creating a character using only a few strokes of water colour, ink or pencil. In her new exhibition, she’s hoping for a more immersive experience for the viewer. ‘For this exhibition, I’ve been creating some large silk screen prints of animals, and I’ve also been playing with printing leaves and plants,’ she explains. ‘I’m hoping the exhibition will be a feast for the eyes and you’ll feel like you are in the forest with the creatures when you walk around the gallery.’ (more…)

Sarah Wiseman Gallery at the Affordable Art Fair, Bristol

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013


Image: A selection of works courtesy of the Sarah Wiseman Gallery


Sarah Wiseman is showing at the Affordable Art Fair Bristol from 26 to 28 April and they are looking forward to returning to Bristol with an excellent collection of work by: Catherine Rayner, Sue Bartlett, Fletcher Prentice, Veronica Wells, David Rhys Jones, Alison Pullen, Sadie Brockbank, Bee Bartlett & Athol Whitmore. For tickets to the Private View on Thursday 25th April email asap!

Keep checking the website and the Facebook page as they will be updated constantly in the next few weeks with the new work. Collections ready for online viewing are: Catherine RaynerFletcher PrenticeSadie Brockbank.

Summer Exhibition at the Sarah Wiseman Gallery, Oxford, featuring new works by Mychael Barratt

Monday, July 9th, 2012


Image: Mychael Barratt’s Lichtenstein’s Dog (courtesy of the Sarah Wiseman Gallery)


Sarah Wiseman Gallerypresents their Summer Exhibition 2012 and the 4th Installment in the Confident Collecting Series. The Summer Exhibition this year is a wonderful group exhibition full of gallery favourites amongst which new prints from Louise Davies, Mychael Barratt and Trevor Price, alongside works by Andrew Hood, Catherine Rayner, Chris Wood and sculptors Carol Peace and Stanley Dove. Later in July, a new collection of paintings by acclaimed abstract artist Simon Harris will also be shown. Click here for more information.



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