Exhibition with 108 Fine Art Art in conversation I 17th May - 29th June

108 Fine Art Gallery is delighted to invite you to ‘Art in Conversation I,’ the first installment in our Summer exhibition series. This exhibition features two contemporary artists who were chosen as recipients of the Andrew Stewart Award; Olga Konoshchuk, a Ukrainian artist known for her abstract pieces created across several continents, and Rebecca Styles, a Yorkshire-based painter celebrated for her beautiful landscapes using raw earth pigments to add texture and depth.


Private Viewing: Friday, May 17th 2024, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Exhibition End Date: Saturday, June 29th, 2024

Location: 108 Fine Art Gallery, Harrogate, North Yorkshire


All exhibited works are available for purchase. For pricing information or additional details, please contact us at exhibitions@108fineart.com. We are open from 11 am to 5 pm, Tuesday through Saturday.

Walk-ins are welcome, or you can book an appointment in advance.

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For over 27 years, 108 Fine Art has been committed to supporting artists from around the globe. Join directors Gillian, Scarlett, and India as they exhibit the works of Olga and Rebecca, in association with the Artists Award – a tribute to our co-founder, Andrew Stewart.



Solo exhibition with Whitewater Contemporary 1st June -26th June 2024 ,

1 - 26 JUNE 2024

Rebecca Styles, Featured Artist

This June, following on from her Cape Cornwall collection of last autumn, Whitewater Contemporary presents new work by landscape artist Rebecca Styles.

 

Click HERE to receive the digital preview catalogue prior to the show openning.

 

Titled Hawthorn, Hedgerow and Heath, this exhibition continues Rebecca’s enquiry into the essence of ‘place’, with an emphasis on creating landscape with landscape - using local earth pigments, grit and charcoal with her oil paints. Inspired by ‘plein air’ sketches of West Cornwall’s diverse heathland flora, from windswept hawthorns to sculptural succulents, these paintings capture the vibrant colour and pattern of hedgerows and moorland in the full bloom of summer. They take the viewer on a walk along remote rural lanes, over Cornish hedges heavy with wildflowers, past ancient stone circles and through heat-hazed fields of long summer grass, lush with foxgloves, buttercups, meadow thistle and wild garlic.

A year at Thorp Perrow artist residency 2024

First residency blog is now published 

READ IT HERE


I am thrilled to become the first ever artist in residence at Thorp Perrow Arboretum , Bedale North Yorkshire . 


During my visits to Thorp Perrow this year I will be out and about with my paints making notes and sketches, and I very much hope that visitors will come and say hello if they see me, to chat about nature and learn more about its influence on my work. I feel honored to be given the chance to spend time exploring and painting these beautiful gardens, with their stunning trails and glades, important plant collections and champion trees. I will be busy all year in the park, and back at my studio I will be creating an arboretum collection of oil paintings for exhibition.”

As well as hunting for 'Perrow' pigments to add to my palette I'll also be hosting a series of public workshops and educational events that will continue throughout the whole of 2024. 




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ALCHEMY now has it's own website

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Exhibition Aug 20th - Sept 17th 2022 

This unique collaboration between artist Rebecca Styles and poet Heather Mackay Young brings “paint, poetry and place” together in the extraordinary location of Uig’s semi-derelict Baile na Cille Church on the Isle of Lewis. 

Rebecca Styles’ series of large-scale paintings have been created onsite at Baile na Cille Church over several weeks, in the company of Scottish poet Heather Mackay Young, whose writings respond to the immediate environment and artwork being created there. With the decaying beauty of the ancient church in mind, the generations that have worshiped there over the centuries, and the relentless and unforgiving seasonality of the Western Isles, the work of both these artists reflects the circularity of all things - of life, death and rebirth - 



Thrilled to be a shortlist winner of the Andrew Stewart Award 2023


108 Fine Art prize to be awarded for art that best represents the theme :- ‘Behind The Canvas’

‘Behind The Canvas’ reflects upon the relationship between material and the creator.

This year we will be honouring our inaugural Artists Award, in memory of our gallery co-founder Andrew Stewart. For 25 years the philosophy of the gallery is to support International artists throughout their career. The panel will include:

Bill Hare – Honorary Fellow & Emeritus of Edinburgh College of Art History of Art

Jane Winfrey – Picture Specialist for Bonhams

Kristian Day – Independent curator

Gillian Stewart – 108 Fine Art Gallery Director

Scarlett Stewart-Mason – 108 Fine Art Gallery Creative Director

India Stewart – 108 Fine Art Gallery Creative Director

Many thanks to 108 Fine Art for choosing to shortlist my project memoir series for this years award . 

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