paintings by Alfred Stockham ARCA, David Inshaw, Simon Garden, Stewart Geddes, Stephen Jacobson and George Tute
Saturday 7 November 2015 – Sunday 28 February 2016
ALFRED STOCKHAM is a master of colour and composition. His work is in public collections throughout the UK and in private collections worldwide. His next exhibition will be DREAM VISIONS showing his work alongside that of his circle of artist friends and colleagues each of whom acknowledges his influence and inspiration in their work.
Please follow links above to see each artist’s page.
Film and talk
Friday 29 January 7pm
The new film made by Stephen Jacobson and Alex Kirby about the life and work of Alfred Stockham with an introduction by Stephen Jacobson and Alfred Stockham.
Tickets: £10 or £25 with buffet celebration dinner afterwards
Intensely poetic, Alfred Stockham’s small jewel-like paintings often have the simplest of structures and yet they convey an emotional and imaginative force that only grows stronger with time. His use of colour, shape and composition are based on a lifetime of study. Each painting is the result of hours of contemplation and often radical changes to achieve works of extraordinary vision.
‘Stockham is an accomplished colourist. He can make the oil paint glow like an icon by the subtle and judicious handling of tone… His colour can communicate every nuance of the hour or the season.’ Edward Phelps, Art Critic