Currently Exhibiting

Alex Atkinson 

Norwich Urban Landscapes

Tuesday 25th November until Saturday 7th December

 

 

Atkinson's paintings are created in response to Norwich City and environment. 

He is particularly interested in capturing the play of light at different times. Whether this be from the bright midday sun to the afternoon glow or into the incandescence of evening.

 

The works are painted on location (plein air) and in the studio.

Opening Night

Thursday 28th November

6pm-8pm

In the Front Room

Echo Arts Group Show

Distant Echoes 

Tuesday 25th November until Saturday 7th December 

Five years ago, after corresponding via local social media, a group of artists met in the upper room of Oakes Barn in Bury St. Edmunds. Its name created (loosely) from the initials of those founding members, it has since become a mixed media collective of artists, with a variety of skills and disciplines, whose work contrasts, enhances and challenges by turns. 

Traditional meets contemporary, assemblage meets embroidery and, always, inspiration meets interpretation. These artists employ a range of media including Botanical illustrations/assemblages, watercolour paintings describing personal journeys, mixed media/printmaking using discarded and found materials, mixed media paintings reflecting personal lives and nature inspired embroidery. 

Meet the artist event on Saturday 7th December 2pm - 4pm

Featuring:

Evelyn Polk , Shirley Dixon, Catherine Smith, Vlasta Shevchenko & Julia Groves

Opening Night

Thursday 28th November

6pm-8pm

In the Main Gallery

Forthcoming Exhibitions

10th Dec - 21st Dec

Featuring affordable artworks, gifts, greeting cards, prints, ceramics and textiles made by local artists and makers. Support a local artist and give a unique and interesting gift this Christmas!

Local Artists & Makers

Anteros Silly Season Pop-Up Shop

14th Jan - 25th Jan 

A collaborative exhibition by City College Norwich extended diploma level 3 art and design students.

Opening Night
Thursday 16th January

6-8pm

AO223 The Walls Within Anteros

City College Norwich 

10th Dec - 21st Dec

Tanya Goddard shows sculptures, installations, 3-dimensional collages and her new ceramic ‘figures of fantasy’ in her second solo exhibition at Anteros.

After graduating from Moscow State University of the Arts Tanya’s first job was as a picture restorer in a New York gallery. On her return she worked as a stage and costume designer for Moscow theatres and it was this period that she feels has inspired many of her ‘fantasy creations’ such as ‘Journey to the Future’ and her ‘Alice in Wonderland Collection’.  However whether based on a fantasy theme or a or a historic event, as with her striking sculpture of Tsar Nicholas II and family prior to their execution in 1918, she says that she has always been fascinated by the diversity of the human face.

Her installations are often developed over several months and need the viewer to take time to look beyond the detail and to grasp the underlying theme and feeling as frequently more than one story is being told!

Tanya has had two exhibitions in New York and Paris three TV programs made about her life and is proud of the fact that British Ambassador (Sir Roderic Lyne) invited her to give a solo exhibition at his Moscow residence.

Opening Night

Thursday 12th December

6pm-8pm

Tanya Goddard

 Through my eyes my 'Fantasy Figures'

28th Jan - 8th Feb 

In the depths of winter what emanates from within? What concepts emerge from the darkness formed and reformed?

The exhibition taking place in the historically coldest time of the year explores emergent concepts, showcasing works by contemporary artists working in a variety of mediums from painting and drawing to sculpture and new media.

Opening Night

Thursday 30th January  

6pm-8pm

Sophia Shuvalova

Em-Re-Un Presents Emante

14th Jan - 25th Jan 

Landscape artist Alfie Carpenter presents a series of nocturnal collage paintings. Using mixed media, sentimental items and found objects, Nocturnes captures evocative, emotive and atmospheric nightscapes embracing darkness, vulnerability and the relationship between rural and urban life within East Anglia and afar.

 

Artist and musician Alfie Carpenter works with paint, paper, voices, sounds and words to create songs and scenes. Based in rural Suffolk and using a mixture of plein air and studio work, Alfie’s visual art captures the distinct landscapes of East Anglia through playful and evocative collages.

Opening Night

Thursday 16th January  

6pm-8pm

Alfie Carpenter

Nocturnes 

28th Jan - 8th Feb 

Carrie Rogers is a poet first and foremost, she has had many of her poems published but felt she needed to compliment her writing by extending the expression of her words in the form of painting. Having tried watercolours and acrylics on canvas she was disappointed with the end result and so looked for other mediums to provide the desired effect.


Two years ago Carrie discovered that stone, slate and tiles were the medium that best suited her purpose to achieve her unique, expressive style. Some of her poetry and paintings are connected to create an experience which is visually and mentally stimulating. Her paintings of wildlife in it’s raw, untamed quality is enhanced by the organic, textural surface of the stone/ slate, reflecting her love of nature and the natural world.
she is currently in the process of combining her writing and painting to achieve her ambition of publishing a book in the coming year.

Opening Night

Thursday 30th January  

6pm-8pm

Carrie Rogers

H'art of the Stone

Anteros Arts Foundation, Open Tuesday to Saturday, 9am-5pm

11-15 Fye Bridge Street, Norwich NR3 1LJ

Ph: 01603 766 129 I Charity #1135692 I Email: enquiries@anteros.co.uk

 

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