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Three Counties Open Art Exhibition 2021

Three Counties Open Art Exhibition 2021

Three Counties Open Art Exhibition 2021

Three Counties Open Art exhibition usually takes place in the beautiful and historic Burslem School of Art throughout July and August in partnership with the Burslem School of Art Trust, The City Learning Trust and Barewall Gallery. The show offers a platform for artists based in Staffordshire, Cheshire and Shrophshire and there are a range of prizes usually announced at a buzzing preview event. The exhibition is then open during the summer for the public to visit. This year, due to the uncertainties around COVID-19 and following on from last years successful virtual exhibition we will again showcase a virtual show. Again, whilst we realise that viewing work online is never as good as in 'real life' we still want to keep this important show in the diary! Appetite are also a key partner this year and they are again supporting us with the 'audience prize'. The show will of course return to Burslem School of Art in 2022 and hope to see you there.


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  • Three Counties Open Art Exhibition 2021

    Three Counties Open Art 2021 | Room 4

    The art featured in this space forms part of the Three Counties Open Art Exhibition 2021. Room 4 includes work which focuses on urban, sea and landscapes. Artists: Allison Swindell | Faye Rowe | Ken Bradshaw | Anna Drezova | Barbara Barlow | Edward MacKenzie | Heliana Pacheco | Jayne Pellington | Kate Collins | Lucy Manfredi | Mark Lippett | Michael Perry | Michael Pritchard | Noel Bennett | Russell Gregory | Svetlana Elantseva | Terence Stock | Anita Preece | Caroline Baggeley | Emma Wharton | Evon Maxfield | Gill Stokes | Helen Boardman | J Lyn Leech | Jake Hall | Jill Brown | Jo Polmear | John Whitehill | Kathryn Rogerson | Lesley Howse | Mike Reeves | Philip Shallcross | Paul Newcastle THE SHOW Three Counties Open Art exhibition usually takes place in the beautiful and historic Burslem School of Art throughout July and August in partnership with the Burslem School of Art Trust, The City Learning Trust and Barewall Gallery. The show offers a platform for artists based in Staffordshire, Cheshire and Shrophshire and there are a range of prizes usually announced at a buzzing preview event. The exhibition is then open during the summer for the public to visit. This year, due to the uncertainties around COVID-19 and following on from last years successful virtual exhibition we will again showcase a virtual show. Again, whilst we realise that viewing work online is never as good as in 'real life' we still want to keep this important show in the diary! Appetite are also a key partner this year and they are again supporting us with the 'audience prize'. The show will of course return to Burslem School of Art in 2022 and hope to see you there.

  • Three Counties Open Art Exhibition 2021

    Three Counties Open Art 2021 | Room 3

    The art featured in this space forms part of the Three Counties Open Art Exhibition 2021. Room 3 includes work received from Haywood Academy, City College, Mill Hill Primary School and Trentham Academy. Artists: April Newhouse | Cara Wilshaw | Cassie Lawrence | Charlotte Moore | Elle-Mae Roberts | Ethan Wrench | Gemma Pedley | Grace Gething | Logan Gibbons | Macy Whalley | Reka Ispan | Surayya Asif | Caitlyn Wood | Luciana Velasco-Diaz | Li Li | Alisa Hussain | Ben Colclough | Courtney Harvey | Emy Mulankaya | Joe Potts | Lauren Jones | Nathan Hemmings | Tiegan Martin THE SHOW Three Counties Open Art exhibition usually takes place in the beautiful and historic Burslem School of Art throughout July and August in partnership with the Burslem School of Art Trust, The City Learning Trust and Barewall Gallery. The show offers a platform for artists based in Staffordshire, Cheshire and Shrophshire and there are a range of prizes usually announced at a buzzing preview event. The exhibition is then open during the summer for the public to visit. This year, due to the uncertainties around COVID-19 and following on from last years successful virtual exhibition we will again showcase a virtual show. Again, whilst we realise that viewing work online is never as good as in 'real life' we still want to keep this important show in the diary! Appetite are also a key partner this year and they are again supporting us with the 'audience prize'. The show will of course return to Burslem School of Art in 2022 and hope to see you there.

  • Three Counties Open Art Exhibition 2021

    Three Counties Open Art 2021 | Room 2

    Room 6 includes abstract art, still life, animals and political and personal experience including environmental concerns. Artists: Dawn Jutton | Geoff Archer | Hilary Brandsom | Jiri Borsky | Karen Wise | Leila Kelly-Everill | Pamela Sturges | Philip Dare | Ruth Tucker | Gillie Nicholls | Jeffri Klamp | Karl Whitfield | Neve Ellis | Philip Hardaker | Raji Mahesh | Steve Sutton | Andy Day | Angela James | Ann Hackett | Anthea Bond |April Star Davis | Belinda Latimer | Charon Dyas | David Lunt | Emily Stock | Helena Shave | Linda Towell | Lisa Goodridge | Marg Yates | Nigel Turner | Philip Mills | Ron Coleman | Veronica Wells | Lisa Henderson THE SHOW Three Counties Open Art exhibition usually takes place in the beautiful and historic Burslem School of Art throughout July and August in partnership with the Burslem School of Art Trust, The City Learning Trust and Barewall Gallery. The show offers a platform for artists based in Staffordshire, Cheshire and Shrophshire and there are a range of prizes usually announced at a buzzing preview event. The exhibition is then open during the summer for the public to visit. This year, due to the uncertainties around COVID-19 and following on from last years successful virtual exhibition we will again showcase a virtual show. Again, whilst we realise that viewing work online is never as good as in 'real life' we still want to keep this important show in the diary! Appetite are also a key partner this year and they are again supporting us with the 'audience prize'. The show will of course return to Burslem School of Art in 2022 and hope to see you there.

  • Three Counties Open Art Exhibition 2021

    Three Counties Open Art 2021 | Room 1

    The art featured in this space forms part of the Three Counties Open Art Exhibition 2021. Room 1 includes work which focuses on people. Artists: Angela McGourlay | Bernadetta Dziubinski | Chris Moult | Clive Wilson | Craig Sumner | Daisy Baker | David Gleeson | Doug Blanks | Ian Naylor | Indira Verdi | Jack Skinner | Joan Chatteron | Keith Potts | Lara Wilkinson | Lee Stephenson | Luca Rezzano-Rayner | Martyn France | Neil Vodrey | Nicholas Moore | Peter Fletcher | Peter Davies | Philip Johnson | Tina Rogers | Tosia Dziubinski | Wendy Irwin | Catherine Doel | Alexander Nicholson | Roger Chadderton THE SHOW Three Counties Open Art exhibition usually takes place in the beautiful and historic Burslem School of Art throughout July and August in partnership with the Burslem School of Art Trust, The City Learning Trust and Barewall Gallery. The show offers a platform for artists based in Staffordshire, Cheshire and Shrophshire and there are a range of prizes usually announced at a buzzing preview event. The exhibition is then open during the summer for the public to visit. This year, due to the uncertainties around COVID-19 and following on from last years successful virtual exhibition we will again showcase a virtual show. Again, whilst we realise that viewing work online is never as good as in 'real life' we still want to keep this important show in the diary! Appetite are also a key partner this year and they are again supporting us with the 'audience prize'. The show will of course return to Burslem School of Art in 2022 and hope to see you there.

    latest works

    • Paul Newcastle

      Time Alone, 2021
      60 x 38 cm (h x w)
      Oil on panel
    • Lisa Henderson

      Lighten our darkness , 2021
      61 x 61 cm (h x w)
      mixed media - acrylic on pre-prepared, recycled papers
    • Gemma Pedley

      Pen Dog, 2021
      30 x 21 cm (h x w)
      fine Liner
    • Ethan Wrench

      Field of Green, 2021
      30 x 21 cm (h x w)
      Photography
    • Macy Whalley

      Lady in Blue, 2021
      30 x 21 cm (h x w)
      Watercolour and pencil
    • Reka Ispan

      Long Forgotten, 2021
      60 x 40 cm (h x w)
      Tempera Paints and black fine liner
    • Grace Gething-Murfin

      Bee Kind, 2021
      21 x 30 cm (h x w)
      Photography
    • Logan Gibbons

      Stranger Things, 2021
      30 x 21 cm (h x w)
      Coloured pencil and fine liner
    • Charlotte Moore

      Pointalism Eye, 2021
      21 x 30 cm (h x w)
      fine Liner
    • Surayya Asif

      No words, 2021
      21 x 30 cm (h x w)
      Tonal Pencil
    • April Newhouse

      Grid Portrait, 2021
      21 x 30 cm (h x w)
      Tonal Pencil
    • Elle-Mae Roberts

      My Teacher, 2021
      32 x 40 cm (h x w)
      Tonal Pencil, crayon, Ink and water colour
    • Cara Wilshaw

      Sweet Tooth, 2021
      30 x 21 cm (h x w)
      Pencil Crayon
    • Cassie Lawrence

      Batik Style Jungle, 2021
      30 x 22 cm (h x w)
      Ink, fine Liner
    • Tiegan Martin

      All Tied Up, 2021
      32 x 49 cm (h x w)
      Pencil Crayon
    • Nathan Hemmings

      The Heath, 2021
      56 x 37 cm (h x w)
      Mixed media
    • Lauren Jones

      Pleading, 2021
      25 x 25 cm (h x w)
      Pencil Crayon
    • Joseph Potts

      Warrior, 2021
      42 x 29 cm (h x w)
      Mixed media
    • Emy Mulankaya

      Predator CITY LEARNING TRUST YOUNG ARTIST AWARD WINNER, 2021
      42 x 49 cm (h x w)
      Mixed media
    • Courtney Harvey

      Looking Through, 2021
      55 x 38 cm (h x w)
      Mixed media
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