Tom Hammick Talk Saturday 8 October 4pm


Tom Hammick in conversation with Ivan Samarine

Saturday 8 October 3.30pm for 4pm.

Tickets: £5 from Sladers Yard.

Numbers are limited. Please phone 01308 459551 to book.

Tom Hammick 20. Waiting for Time 2016 edition variable reduction woodcut ev 5 of 10 122 x 163 cm £9000 exc frame

Waiting for Time edition variable reduction woodcut ev 5 of 10 122 x 163 cm

Surrounded by his thrilling exhibition of sea paintings and works on paper, Tom Hammick will show slides of work by his artistic heroes and talk with Ivan Samarine about art in general as well as his own work, techniques and ideas. The show he has curated at the Towner Gallery Eastbourne entitled Towards Night features 60 of those heroes exploring the nocturnal, including Samuel Palmer, Blake, Constable, Caspar David Friedrich, Munch, Chagall and Peter Doig. Tom Hammick is a Senior Lecturer in Fine Art, Painting and Printmaking at the University of Brighton and Visiting Lecturer in Fine Art at the University of Ulster and at Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (NSCAD University).

Tom Hammick 9. Floating Island  2016  oil on canvas diptych  81 x 122 cm (together) 32 x 48 in (together) £7500

Floating Island, diptych 81 x 122 cm (together)

Also an aficionado of the Northern Romantic tradition, Ivan Samarine, director of the Russian Art Consultancy in London, is a name well known to those interested in Russian art. For years he ran the Russian department at Sotheby’s with his late business partner John Stuart, where they built up the Russian market and raised the international profile of Russian art. Ivan advises, deals and consults on Russian Art as well as writing books and putting together auctions and exhibitions.

Tom Hammick 21. The Bay Coming In  2016  edition variable reduction woodcut  162 x 121 cm  64 x 48 in  EV 7 of 10  £7800 exc frame

The Bay Coming In 162 x 121 cm edition variable reduction woodcut EV. 7 of 10

About Sladers Yard

Sladers Yard is an art gallery and cafe in West Bay, Dorset. Our art gallery showcases contemporary British Art, Furniture and Craft whilst the licensed cafe serves fresh, locally produced homecooked food and drinks.
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