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Ashley Howard

National Trust: Leith Hill Place

Over the summer Ashley Howard will be exhibiting a body of work made in response to the National Trust's Leith Hill Place. Inspiration has been drawn from the property's musical connection to Ralph Vaughan Williams. Ashley Howard's latest Silent Music range of porcelain and enamels can be seen alongside the work of other artists from his studio base, 318 Ceramics, at the Farnham Pottery. The exhibition dates are Saturday 7th July to Tuesday 4th September 2018. Check National Trust website for opening times. Leith Hill Lane , Leith Hill, Surrey, RH5 6LY

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Ashley Howard

Meditations

5 April - 18 May 2018

We are excited to present Meditations, a major solo exhibition by Ashley Howard in Guildford Cathedral, from 5 April till 18 May 2018.

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British Foreign and Commonwealth Office Acquisition

Ashley Howard

26 January 2018

We are delighted to announce the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office have acquired three works by Ashley Howard

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Exploring the Vessel

J&J Rawlin are coming to London! Click the link below to learn more

19-23 September 2017

Our first exhibition in London. Exploring the Vessel will run between 19-23 September and will focus on the works of a painter and a potter.

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COMPASS POINTS: Contemporary Ceramics from the Four Corners of England

in association with HighTide Festival

8 - 14 September 2016

The Peter Pears Gallery, 152 Aldeburgh High Street, Aldeburgh IP15 5AQ

J & J Rawlin are delighted to present new ceramics by 4 potters whose kilns are located in the North, South, East and West regions of England - William Plumptre, Ashley Howard, Ruthanne Tudball and Chris Prindl.

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PRUNELLA CLOUGH: UNKNOWN COUNTRIES

23 April - 6 July 2016

Jerwood Gallery, Hastings

This forthcoming exhibition will showcase the diverse talents of Prunella Clough (1919-1999) : her early fascination with industrial landscapes and in particular, the oblique profiles of fishermen at work, alongside a selection of her later abstract paintings. The gallery will also be exhibiting a display of work by the generations of artists Clough has influenced throughout her career. James Rawlin has co-curated this exhibition in association with Jerwood Gallery, Hastings.


THE SPENCER GROUP IN SUFFOLK - STANLEY SPENCER GALLERY, COOKHAM

James Rawlin will be giving a talk on Stanley Spencer in Suffolk at the Stanley Spencer Gallery in Cookham at 2pm. This will be against the backdrop of their current exhibition The Creative Genius of Stanley Spencer, which includes important loans of Spencer paintings from Leeds Art Gallery and Aberdeen Art Gallery.

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LOWRY BY THE SEA AT JERWOOD GALLERY, HASTINGS - STUDY DAY

This unique exhibition features a number of important works by L.S.Lowry which shed light on this often overlooked element of his work. We are pleased to announce that on 23 October 2015 James Rawlin will be speaking on L.S.Lowry at the Study Day hosted by the Jerwood Gallery. The exhibition runs until 1 November 2015.

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New Ceramics by William Plumptre

11 - 20 September 2015

Cinema Gallery, Aldeburgh, in association with HighTide Festival, Aldeburgh

J & J Rawlin present New Ceramics by the highly respected potter, William Plumptre, in his first one-man exhibition in East Anglia.

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More Lowry Excitement with the BBC

8.00 pm on the 5th July 2015, BBC 1

More Lowry excitement with the first episode of the new series of the BBC programme Fake or Fortune investigating three paintings that purport to be by the perennially popular Manchester artist. You might also spot James Rawlin helping out!

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Sir William Coldstream - Catalogue Raisonné

We are assisting Dr Peter T J Rumley with the forthcoming catalogue raisonné of Sir William Coldstream's work.

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The Shape of Things

Three Decades of British Modernist Sculpture / 5 Nov - 12 Dec 2014

Daniel Katz Gallery, London

This exhibition, drawn from a private collection, looked closely at British sculpture in the decades before and after World War II and sought to explore how that event changed the nature of the discipline. Curated by James Rawlin, it highlighted a number of works by leading sculptors that had been unseen in public for decades.

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