Nottingham : The taking of the Council House

Council House

  • Depictions of cities have been popular with both artist and audience for centuries. Virtually every movement in art has contained within it works that represent cities and arguably the iconography of these metropolises has been in no small part generated and reinforced by these representations. George Thornton Art would like to celebrate the city of Nottingham. Home to our gallery and in particular a very distinct building; The Council House. This beautiful high domed building stretches 200ft tall and is quintessentially a Nottingham landmark of the utmost distinction and can be seen from miles around. As infrastructure and modernization develops this building hasn’t changed and still is the focal point for the City Centre. The gallery is proud to represent artists that have taken time to pay homage to this building. Let me introduce the work of Alicia Dubnyckyj, Rachel Tighe and Donna Rumble – Smith.

 

Town Hall Nottingham 122x 100cm

  • Alicia Dubnycykj is an exciting almost abstract artist who brings a sense of speed and vibrancy to the Nottingham City Centre giving great credence and space to the building itself.

 

Nottingham Trams (low)

  • Rachel Tighe seemingly naïve representations at first glance look erratic but if you take time to study the detail you will soon find her structure  of the Council House is much guided and with the courage to offer the sky above a light sea blue, it really makes this building and the surrounding offices stand out.

 

DRS Old Market Square 84x58cms

 

Donna Rumbe – Smith in order to create her works, stitched threads are intricately and meticulously woven into paper. Hours spent overlapping threads, folding paper to achieve the architectural form of the dome.

All three pieces are on display, available to view and purchase within our Nottingham space. Also, they are represented online.

George Thornton Art

12A Flying Horse Walk, Nottingham, NG1 2HN

tel – 01159243555

 

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Adam Warwick Hall – Sculptures

Fascinated by aircraft, animals and plants from an early age, Adam Warwick Hall trained as a sculptor, upon graduating he started work as a sculptor and model maker for the Film and TV industry. In 2012 he set up his own studio, inspired by aerodynamic, organic and animal forms, his work as an artist has always been a mixture of biology and mechanization ; fusing aerodynamic structures with organic forms

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Herringkel MK1 – Original bronze sculpture with deep sea blue patina (Edition of 12)

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Ground Effect – Original bronze sculpture with mottled black patina (Edition of 12)

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A Clipping of Wings – Original bronze sculpture with mottled green patina (Edition of 12)

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Whanopus –  part whale part Flying boat mounted on a black American Walnut base. This unlike the pieces above is a bronze resin edition. Still to a number of 12.

If you would like to view further works by this artist we have them displayed within our Nottingham gallery and online.

Unit 12A, Flying Horse Walk, Nottingham, NG1 2HN

Tel – 01159243555

 

An invitation to meet the artist Jan Nelson

The Gallery is proud to offer you an invitation to meet the fabulous artist, Jan Nelson

Exhibition 17th June – 23rd June

Artist Appearance – 17th June (1pm until 4pm)

A Breezy Kite Run

An exhibition of original Artworks

Whether you are a sailor or not, Jan’s passion for the sport is obvious from her paintings, which capture the tremendous movement, thrills and glorious colours of sailing both in a scenic and racing sense.

A Little Piece of Springtime

In just a few days time we’ll be showcasing a host of artwork by the renowned Jan Nelson. The whole gallery will devote its entirety to this incredible artist. A collection original works plus a number of limited editions that have been individually remarqued by the artist herself.

Solo exhibition starts Saturday17th June and runs until Friday 23rd June. Jan will be in the gallery the opening Saturday; 1pm until 4pm. Do come and join us for a glass of champagne, listen to Jan Nelsons ideas and inspirations.

Overnight Selection

“Overnight Selection’

Original Artwork : Acrylic on Canvas

For further information or to reserve your attendance do contact the gallery.

Kind Regards,

George Thornton Art

12A Flying Horse Walk, Nottingham, NG1 2HN – 01159243555