We Are Very Excited to announce an Upcoming solo exhibition by Neil Moore.
March 11th- March 30th
The very talented Julie Chamberlain has reviewed our first exhibition of 2017. Please click on the link below to read the full review.
We had the pleasure of being interviewed by Gary from Leamington Hour. Please click the link to hear what we have to say about 2016.
Deasil is offering Gift Vouchers. We understand that sometimes you want to buy something very thoughtful, and special, but don’t know exactly what they would like. Gift Vouchers are perfect for this!! We have sold gift vouchers as Wedding gifts, birthdays, and anniversaries. Please stop in the Gallery or drop us an email.
Just a little reminder that here at Deasil we do affordable printing, and framing. We offer this service to artists and buyers. Please stop in and have a chat with us and we will talk you through all the different options we have on offer.
Sonia Bublaitis creates beautiful and bright abstract work on unqiue and different materials. Sonia has exhibited locally and across the UK. We are very excited to be exhibiting her work. This is Guy Chapman’s first exhibition. He is incredble talented and shows great precision and is something to be awed upon. Some pieces taking him upto 60 hours to create. Jane is a local photographer who recently passed away, her work captures her two passions Pets and Automotives. We are honoured to be celebrating her life at Deasil.
Exhibition runs from September 10th -29th.
Andy Farr, Artist in Motion.
Motion & Emotion sees a return to Andy’s interest in movement. The exhibition comprises a number of works inspired by the Rio Olympics and Brazilian passion. Previous works by the artist include his 2012 Olympic inspired exhibition of paintings featuring Ennis, Bolt and Daly, firstly shown in Leamington, and subsequently Sheffield and Manchester. As a result he was commissioned to paint one of the GB Paralympic team in action. This was followed by works inspired by football, motorsport and horse racing.
He has developed his own distinctive style for his movement inspired work, showing influences from Abstract Expressionism, Cubism and Futurism. This style developed out of early works featuring dance and carousels.
Andy is also working with Arts Council England on a WW1 centenary project, working with schools across in Yorkshire, Lancashire and the Midlands. One of the pieces emerging from this project has recently been acquired by The City of Newcastle for permanent display.
Andy is studying for an MA in Painting at Coventry School of Art and Design.
Exhibition opens August 20th- September 8th – Private View August 26th 6:30-9:30
Please join us July 29th 6:30-9:30 Everyone is Welcome.
Louise Morgan, Georgia Papamarkou, and Jeanne McKellar will be exhibiting.