Tom Hammick Waiting for Time opens 10 September

Tom Hammick

Waiting for Time

Sea paintings and works on paper

Saturday 10 September to Sunday 30 October 2016

Artist’s Talk: Tom Hammick in conversation with Ivan Samarine on Saturday 8 October 3.30 for 4pm. Tickets: £5 from Sladers Yard.

Tom Hammick Waiting for Time (study) 2016 Oil on canvas 107 x 137 cm 42 1-8 x 54 in

Tom Hammick  Waiting For Time  oil on canvas  107 x 137 cm  42 x 54 in

Internationally acclaimed artist Tom Hammick fills Sladers Yard with paintings and woodcuts inspired by the Sea. View the works here.

The sea has been a recurring image throughout Hammick’s work, often as a location of dreams or escape from a world in crisis. In the present exhibition, which includes new paintings and prints alongside a range of works from the past four years, figures, often recognizable as members of the artist’s family, are pictured adrift – inhabiting islands circled by rising seas and erupting volcanoes, or sailing into a wide and empty sea. Read more…

Hammick has work in many major public and corporate collections including the British Museum (Collection of Prints and Drawings), Victoria and Albert Museum, Bibliotheque Nationale de France (Collection of Prints and Drawings), Deutsche Bank, Yale Centre for British Art, and The Library of Congress, Washington DC. In 2015, Lund Humphries published a major new monograph on Tom Hammick, with text by Julian Bell. This is his first major selling exhibition at Sladers Yard.

Tom Hammick’s works can be viewed online now and are available to buy.  Please contact Sladers Yard on t: 01308 459511 or e: or reply at the bottom of this page.  View Tom Hammick’s sea paintings and works on paper here.

Island Studio 3:7

Tom Hammick Island Studio Triptych  edition variable reduction woodcut 182 x 363 cm




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