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The Gibberd Gallery

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Are you an artist local to Harlow? Harlow Open exhibition offers the opportunity for you to submit work for exhibition to the Gibberd Gallery. This year we have two judges Simon Davies, VP for the Royal Portraiture Society and Jayne Knowles, Associate Dean, Wimbledon College…

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THE Gibberd Gallery is presenting the exhibition “Praesentia;Encounters” which showcases the work of three artists Caryl Beach, Veronica Grassi and Sally Tyrie who have used diverse media including collage, monoprint and stitch, printmaking, photography and iron wire and steelrod. The private View and an opportunity…

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A CELEBRATION of Jazz from its African American origins to today’s smooth jazz scene. Over 10 artists have been commissioned to create themed visual interpretations, which include portraits, abstract art and unique sculptures. Rare posters and instruments will also be a feature of this show…

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MIDPOINT Emerging Talent 2015 8th January – 6th February Saturday 31st January 11am – 3pm 12pm – Presentation by Alastair Howe, Chair of the Harlow Art Trust 1pm – Meet the Artists talk Harlow Art Trust is committed to supporting new talent and has selected…

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HARLOW Council has agreed to continue providing funding for popular community-run services Harlow Museum and the Gibberd Gallery. In 2012 Harlow Council took the decision to transfer the Gibberd Gallery, Parndon Wood Nature Reserve, Harlow Museum and Town Park events to external organisations and provided…

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MICHAEL Middleton, an informed witty speaker, whose two artworks ‘Hanging cups’ and ‘Still life in kitchen’ are part of the Sir Frederick Gibberd collection will be giving a talk at the gallery on the 1st November at 11.30am. He is an associate member of the…

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“Evocative calling” an exhibition of new art works opened this weekend at The Gibberd garden house, former home of Sir Fredrick and lady Gibberd. An uplifting interpretation of Harlow as seen through the eyes of local artist Corrina Dunlea includes new drawings, paintings, prints, and…

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Lest We Forget Joanne Dennis 4th September – 3rd October REFLECTIVE installation of hand woven silk poppies by artist Joanne Dennis that will sweep across the floor of the gallery. Plus original unseen drawings by soldier/artist William Liley including landscapes from the trenches and portraits…