artists
point of view 2020

Charles Hewlings  Stephen Lewis  Mali Morris
Freya Purdue  Christine Stark  Fraser Taylor
Joel Tomlin  Naomi Van Holbutt  Alison Wilding  Min Zhao

 

“The arrival of randan stables and this gallery, and the idea of this degree of commitment to excellence, and to internationalism, and to beauty, is a wonderful thing for Hay and for this whole area. Thank you for doing what you’ve done, thank you for allowing us to be a small part of it at the festival…. It is a fantastic adventure and we wish you every success with it, forever.” 

 

Peter Florence
Director 
Hay Festival

Charles Hewlings

From Shining Roof to St. Saviour’s Tower (detail)
2006
Wood, steel
270 x 322 x 251 cm / 8’10” x 10’6” x 8’3” in

Stephen Lewis

Juke
2006
Wood, steel
270 x 322 x 251 cm / 8’10” x 10’6” x 8’3” in

Mali Morris

Rivoli II
2017
Acrylic on canvas
35 x 45 cm / 13.8″ x 17.7″  in

Photograph: Colin Mills

Freya Purdue

Turning Point
2018
Oil on Canvas
120 x 150 cm / 47.2″ x 59.0″ in

Christine Stark

Titch Two
2020
Household and acrylic paint on board
10 x 10 cm / 4″ x 4″ in

Fraser Taylor

Flowers No.1
2019
silkscreen monotype
99 x 72 cm / 38.9″ x 28.3″  in

commissioned by Gordon Yuill

Joel Tomlin

Chariot
wood, tempera, string
2019
130 x 50 x 134 cm / 51.5″ x 19.5″ x 53″ in

Naomi Van Holbutt

Imperfect Geometry No.1
2019
original serigraph in an edition of 7
27.5 x 41 cm / 10.8″ x 16.1″

Alison Wilding

Shrubs 1
2019
Fumed oak and brass wire
45 x 3.2 x 9.5 cm / 17.7″ x 1.25″ x 3.75″ in

©️Alison Wilding, 2020. All rights reserved, courtesy Karsten Schubert, London.

Min Zhao

0326 13:24
2018
Oil on Canvas
46 x 36 cm / 18.1″ x 14.2″

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