01736 786425

Yew Tree Gallery


past shows

(6th September – 31st October)

Private View - Saturday 5th September 2 6pm
OPEN Tuesday Saturday 10.30 5 p.m.

 

A rich harvest of paintings, collages and original prints by MARK HEARLD; watercolours, lithographs and fabric sculpture by EMILY SUTTON; carved and constructed wood sculpture and boxworks by ALEC MALCOLMSON; decorated ceramics by ROBINA JACK and VICKI WALTON; oil paintings by TESSA NEWCOMB; jewellery and metal sculpture by GUY ROYLE.

MARK HEARLD

‘Leaping Hare’ oil

Versatile and masterly in whatever medium he chooses, MARK HEARLD has delighted his followers since his M.A. degree at the R.C.A. with a variety of work from collages to stage-sets – and now he is painting in oils as well. (This selection will be increased as Mark’s work is received)

MARK HEARLD

MH3 ‘Cockerel’ collage

MH4  ‘Flying Pigeon’  oil              £395

MARK HEARLD

MH2  ‘Autumn Garden’  oil

MARK HEARLD

MH5  ‘Allotment’  collage

MARK HEARLD

MH9 ‘Hare & Pheasants’  collage
56 x 75cm

MH10  ‘Hare & English Partridge’
56 x 75cm

MARK HEARLD

MH6  ‘Woodpigeons’
oil

‘Farmyard Rooster’
oil
‘Blackbirds & Figs’
collage

MARK HEARLD

MH8  ‘Fox’ collage

MARK HEARLD

MH14  ‘Poultry & Cows’ collage

MH7 ‘Goose’  collage

MArk Hearld

MH13  ‘Fishy Heaven’   collage

MH15 ‘Goldfish’  collage



 

ROBINA JACK

A combination of pattern and simplified motifs of animals and birds decorate ROBINA JACK’s dishes and platters.  Her painting style hints at her fascination with marine folk art and her bubbly sense of humour  ~ attractive elements which contribute to the popularity of her work.

Rowena Jack

RJ5 ‘Black Hen’ 35cm diam

RJ1 ‘Flowers & Birds’   41cm diam

Rowena Jack

‘Sailing Ship’  40cm d pic RJ9  ‘Barge’  25cm d

‘Sailing Ship’ bowl  22.5cm d

Rowena Jack

RJ6 ‘Chicken Platter’  42 x 34cm

Rowena Jack

RJ2  ‘Six Guinea Fowl’  40cm d

RJ14 ‘Four Hares’ bowl 27cm d

Rowena Jack

Dog  25cm sq

‘Rabbit & Flowers’ bowl 22.5cm d ‘Bull Terrier’ bowl 29cm d

Rowena Jack

‘Wrens & Flowers’  29cm d

‘Tigers’ bowl 27cm d

 


ALEX MALCOLMSON

Growing up on the Shetlands, ALEX MALCOLMSON absorbed the seafaring folklore of his forbears.  Coupled with a Fine Art degree at Edinburgh University, this heritage inspired his carvings of fish and sea-birds as well as the unusual ‘boxworks’ he constructs. These tableaux reflecting aspects of life at sea often have opening doors to reveal the mysteries within.

ALEX MALCOLMSON

AM19 ‘Flying Diver’  91x140x30 cm

ALEX MALCOLMSON

AM3 ‘Canada Goose’  56x37x189cm

AM4 ‘Slatted Diver with Blue Fish’   62x27x20cm

ALEX MALCOLMSON

AM6 ‘Eider’  42x20x20cm

AM7 ‘Hanging Diver’
43x35x20cm
AM1 ‘Loon’  75x24x20cm

ALEX MALCOLMSON

AM2 ‘Pole Star’ open 57 x 40 6cm

ALEX MALCOLMSON

AM18 ‘Zephyr’ 35x42x8cm

AM12 ‘Fishing Bank’ 40x30x7cm

AM14  ‘East Neuk Light’  36x48x5cm

ALEX MALCOLMSON

AM9’ Landfall’ 25x31x11cm

AM11 ‘Navigator’ 31x42x12cm

ALEX MALCOLMSON

AM5  ‘Fish Box’  56x24x10cm



EMILY SUTTON

EMILY SUTTON, now well known for her distinctive illustrative work, shows a varied collection including perfectly observed soft sculpted song-birds in painted fabric decorated with embroidery.  For her paintings and lithographs she interprets the minutiae of daily life in a graphic style somewhat akin to Ravilious, one of the mid-20th century artist-designers she admires.

EMILY SUTTON

ES5 ‘L is for Lemon’ screen-print

EMILY SUTTON

ES1 ‘Allotment with Greenhouse’ watercolour

ES2 ‘September Dresser’ lithograph

EMILY SUTTON

ES4  ‘The Shepherdess’ gouache

ES3 ‘The Cat’ gouache

EMILY SUTTON

Redstart

Goldfinch

EMILY SUTTON

Coaltit

Yellowhammer

Piedwagtail

EMILY SUTTON

Chaffinch

Bullfinch

EMILY SUTTON

Brambling

EMILY SUTTON

Blackcap

Siskin

Sparrow

Books illustrated by Emily, including ‘Clara Button’ and her new ‘The Christmas Eve Tree’ will be on sale during the exhibition.


VICKI WALTON

After her B.A. at Brighton College of Art, VICKI WALTON worked with the descendants of the Bloomsbury group of artists to restore the house and garden of Charleston.  She became its first Curator as well as making her own pots for the gallery there.  Vicki moved to France several years ago where she established a new Pottery. Her decoration and colour palette still reflect nuances of the Charleston tradition.

VICKI WALTON

Fish plate

VW5  Large shallow bowl

VICKI WALTON

3 small bowls

VICKI WALTON

Cups & saucers vw70, vw73, vw64

Small mugs vw46, vw43

VICKI WALTON

vw2 Fruit Tile

VICKI WALTON

Leaf bowl and Mug

VICKI WALTON

Flared cups   vw67, vw60, vw53

Cups  vw56, vw52, vw51


TESSA NEWCOMB

TESSA NEWCOMB, an East Anglian artist, enjoys depicting human and animal foibles in daily life.  In her oil paintings of gardens, allotments, harvest festivals and dog shows, she creates an unwritten narrative for the onlooker to muse over. Tessa has a solo show at London’s Crane Kalman gallery concurrently with ‘Autumn Feast’.

TESSA NEWCOMB

‘Strawberry Thief’  oil on board  39 x 32cm

TESSA NEWCOMB

‘Its my Home’ 1584 x 337cm

TESSA NEWCOMB

‘Some people keep horses; some people keep hens’ 1411 x 336cm


GUY ROYLE

A new departure for well-known jeweller GUY ROYLE is a recent collection of small sculptures in bronze and brass.  Based on female figures in mythology and ancient history, these stylised sculptures are incised, etched, and decorated in the inimitable manner of his gold and silver jewellery, bringing to mind Celtic and Egyptian artefacts.

GUY ROYLE

S1 FRAVASHI  24cm h

S4 HESTIA   18cm h

GUY ROYLE

S2 SYBIL  16cm h

GUY ROYLE

S3 GAEA  19cm h

S9  TITANIA  18cm h

S11  DRYAD  18cm h

GUY ROYLE

S7  ELPIS  13cm h

S8  EOS   12cm h

GUY ROYLE

S12  NINSAR   20cm h

GUY ROYLE

S5 NEFERTITI  19cm h

S6  LETO  20cm h

S13  KOROS  17cm h

GUY ROYLE

S15 Toltec Goddess   21cm h

S14  Olmec Goddess  20cm h

In this latest collection of jewellery, GUY ROYLE has carved silver, gold, gem stones and pebbles to create necklaces bold in scale and presence and well as long, delicate ones with carnelian, green aventurine and amethyst nestling between the links.  His bangles and brooches are highlighted with 18ct gold, and the earrings in gold and silver are even more eye-catching than ever!

GUY ROYLE

GR103 Carved silver necklace  86cm

GUY ROYLE

GR117  Silver, 18ct gold bangle

GR116  Silver Birds bangle

GUY ROYLE

GR148  18ct gold, carved pebbles

GUY ROYLE

GR144,142,145

GR141, 143

18ct gold earrings with amethyst, black pebble, rubylite, smokey quartz, strawberry quartz

GUY ROYLE

GR111  Silver, aventurine necklace 1m21cm

GR112  Silver, carnelian necklace  1m 32cm

GUY ROYLE

GR120, 121 gold & silver brooches

GUY ROYLE

GR149 Gold, carnelian, yellow agate 50cm

GR104 Silver, jadeite 48cm

GUY ROYLE

GR124, 125, 131

GR123, 128, 127 GR137, 139, 140
Silver earrings with semi-precious stones

GUY ROYLE

GR106  Silver discs & beads 
45cm

GR108 Silver, amethyst, carnelian
44cm

GR107 Silver drops & beads
47cm


JOHN MALTBY

No Yew Tree exhibition would be complete without  JOHN MALTBY’s ceramic sculpture!  A small selection of the new work in stock is shown here.  More can be sent via email to his interested followers.

JOHN MALTBY

JM10a/15 ‘Blue King & Owl’

JM2a/15 ‘Noble Wise King’

JOHN MALTBY

JM8a/15 ‘Resting Angel Casket’

JOHN MALTBY

JM16a/15 ‘Seated Figure’

JM3a/15 ‘Mother and Child’

JM12a/15  ‘Figure on a Throne’

JOHN MALTBY

JM13a, 15a, 11a ‘Three Small Angels’

JOHN MALTBY

JM9a/15 ‘Footsoldier on a Wall’

JM7a/15 ‘Sleepy Man & Owl’

JOHN MALTBY

JM17a/15 ‘Woman with Bouquet’

JOHN MALTBY

JM5a/15 ‘Damsel and Crow’

JM36 ‘Small boat; 3Figures’

JOHN MALTBY

JM20a;21a/15 Mini Cat Boxes

JM18a, 19a/15  Little Owl Boxes


All the exhibits in ‘AUTUMN FEAST’ are available for sale from the website as well as in the gallery when we open on Saturday 5th September.  Gilly’s contact details are:
telephone: 01736 786425 ;  email: gilly@yewtreegallery.com

Gilly continues to be responsible for the CAROLYN WHITE archive; available paintings can be seen on www.carolynwhiteartist.co.uk.  Further images will be added soon.
(all proceeds from sales will go to the Sue Ryder Hospice)

01736 786425

Yew Tree Gallery