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    Four Seasons Art Exhibition                                        Sat 11th April - Sun 7th June

    Richard TrattArt for all seasons at Exbury
    The Four Seasons Art group, of ten distinguished artists headed by painter and writer Marianna Kneller, are mounting their tenth major show at Exbury Gardens in 2015 with traditional and contemporary work in a range of media and styles.  They will show paintings, drawings, linocuts, prints, cards and ceramics at Exbury's Five Arrows Gallery from early April.

    In the words of Marianna "I am delighted to say the Four Seasons Group have brought together another exhibition that is both exciting and wide-ranging".  Many of the artists will be giving demonstrations throughout the day.

    The ten artists cover all apects of the natural world:

    Ruth Baron EzraRuth Baron Ezra - a member of the FGSA who specialises in fascinatingly detailed graphite pencil drawings of a wide variety of natural subjects.

     

     

     

     

    Cathy BeggsCathy Beggs - who enjoys painting the natural world in various media from watercolour to acrylic.

     

     

     

     

    Marianna KnellerMarianna Kneller - was resident artist at Exbury Gardens from 1980 to 2004.  She has just added a new publication to her acclaimed Book of Rhododendrons. 

    The Majical World of John Clare features poems and writings from Clare's Journal illustrated in exquisite watercolour.  Marianna will  be at the Gallery signing copies of her book.


    Joan OsborneJoan Osborne - most enjoys the painting of butterflies, birds and flowers in watercolour with superb realism on paper, papyrus and vellum.

     

     

     

     

    Barbara RousseauBarbara Rousseau - uses pastels to depict a great range of subjects often captured from unexpected viewpoints.

     

     

     

    Annie SoudainAnnie Soudain - has a unique skill in creating linocut pictures.

     

     

     

     

     

    Ann SquireAnne Squire - loves to paint animals and birds in their natural settings in pastel, oil and acrylic.

     

     

     

     

    Mary TarrawayMary Tarraway - developed her artistic skills from a botanical degree background and excels in painting both wild and garden flowers in stunning detail.

     

     

     

     

    Paul TomsPaul Toms - had developed his craft in ceramic modelling to fashion many subjects from the natural world.

     

     

     

     

    Richard TrattRichard Tratt - has a well-deserved reputation for his oil paintings of the New Forest and butterflies and birds in their landscapes.






     



    Please click Four Seasons Artists to view the biography and contact information for the artists.

    This year the Tea Room in the Gardens will be moving to the side of the Five Arrows Gallery so visitors will be able to enjoy the art exhibition combined with a delicious snack on the patio outside.

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    If you are visiting the Gardens primarily to visit the Exhibition, please check with the Exbury reception before you depart on 023 8089 1203. The Exhibition may occasionally be closed due to the staging of private functions, though we endeavour to show these dates here on the website.