PD&P Group Show

Exhibition runs from Thursday 9th May 5.30-7pm.
Exhibition finished.
The PD&P Group Show showcases a selection of work from year 2 and year 3 Painting, Drawing & Printmaking
degree students from Plymouth College of Art. These
students follow a rigorous materials based and process
driven course that debates the critical edges of painting, drawing and printmaking as relevant and urgent art
practices that can communicate current critical positions for our times

Malcolm Taylor

Exhibition runs from Friday 5th April until Saturday 22nd June. Exhibition ended.

Malcolm Taylor P.S.  V.P.M.A.F.A.

Malcolm has been painting for over 40 years. He is Vice President of Manchester Academy of Fine Art.

A member of the Pastel Society and The Federation of British Artists. His work has been shown in many national exhibitions, including the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. The Pastel Society, The Royal Institute of Oil Painters, The Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour, The Royal Society of Marine Artists, The Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Art, and for the last eight consecutive years The Royal Society of British Artists.

Saul Cathcart and Wendy Mcbride

Exhibition runs from 22nd February to the 23rd March. Exhibition Finished.

Two talented and intuitive artists, their subject matter is similar, land and coastalscapes and wonderful sky’s but their medium of choice is different.
Saul works on location which in turn gives the paint its own expression.
“Doing whatever it takes before the sun sets is sometimes challenging, but it gives me a focus that helps me create paintings I am passionate about”
Wendy`s medium of choice is pastel and her work is both sensitive and atmospheric and much sort after.  She has shown widely in the UK and has also hosted collections in the USA and Holland.
She was a Prize Winner at the Southwest Academy of Arts 2006.

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Plymouth Society of Artists

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