The Artist -David Burrow – Garstang Arts Centre
Sunday 20th October – Thursday 14th Nov 2019
My latest exhibition at Garstang Arts Centre, brings together a collection of my original works, mainly in oil and pastel. My subject choice for this exhibition, takes you on an exquisite tour of Expressionism and Cubism. Enjoy intriguing and colourful portraits, stunning European landscapes from the “Harz Mountains” in Germany to “The Bordeaux Road” in France, and the beauty of simple still life paintings. All work is for sale.
Location: Garstang Arts Society, The Old Grammar School, Croston Road, Garstang, Lancashire PR3 1EB.
Tel: 01995 606648
Website and Directions: www.garstangartssociety.org.uk
Exhibition and Cafe Opening Times
Tuesday 10.00 am – 12.30 pm and 2.00 pm – 4.00 pm
Thursday 10.00 am – 4.00 pm
Saturday 10.00 am – 12.30 pm
Harz Mountains, Oil on hardboard, £1212
A selection of Original Portraits (shown here in David’s home studio before framing) from £49-£318
Flowers In A Red Vase, Oil and Pastel £46
Mystery Tea House Preston
There is a small collection of prints at Mystery Tea House in Preston (link to Facebook page) . Natalie is a great supporter of my work. It is a superb venue and the teas are exceptional and the food is very tasty.
Every few months I update my pictures and these are two of my latest.
Cubic Rhythms – The Solaris Centre, Blackpool- 2 – 31 March 2018
cubic rhythms brings together original artwork depicting musical instruments.
“Manufacturing musical instruments has been spanning many centuries. Therefore the various shapes and structures employed have an erstwhile, great longevity. The experience and skill of creating great objects that make a beautiful sound, thereby by virtue of the same principles, give superbly aesthetic harmony and beauty of appearance.” David
The Solaris Centre and eco building, is a multi-purpose venue providing conferencing facilities, free exhibition space and private business units. As well as the exhibition space, Café C offers a full menu of hot and cold food along with a wide range drinks and is dog friendly! Take the chance to savour some beautiful art, enjoy lunch and blow the cobwebs away on Blackpool Front.
Opening times: Monday to Sunday 9.00am to 5.00pm. Please note entrance via Café C at the rear of the building during weekends.
Location: The Solaris Centre is conveniently located on Blackpool’s New South Promenade close to the M55 motorway and only a few minutes’ walk from the Blackpool Pleasure Beach railway station.
The centre is also well served by public transport routes including the No.1 bus and tram service, both stopping right outside the building.
There is a car park on site with additional free parking on the side streets around the building as well as pay and display parking on the promenade.
Cycle racks are provided at the front and rear of the building and the centre is fully wheelchair accessible with no steps throughout.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01253 478020. The Solaris Centre is part of the parks and community service from Blackpool Council.
More information coming soon.