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Previous Exhibitions - Weston Park

Saturday 27th April - Monday 1st July 2013 - Peter Walker

International artist Peter Walker ARBS will be exhibiting at the Granary Art Gallery throughout May and June.

An artist who works in both realist and abstract styles, many of Peter's remarkable sculptural pieces are geometric in appearance, whilst exploring the movement and mechanics of people and creatures such as horses and birds.

Peter primarily uses materials such as bronze and corten - a steel alloy with a deep orange 'rust' appearance - to create his sculptures, a selection of which will be on display.

In addition, there will also be three large George Stubbs paintings on display which have been loaned to Weston Park from a private collection.

July 2013 - Penelope Timmis RBSA

The Granary Art Gallery welcomes Penelope Timmis for a Third time for a selling exhibition of her recent and lively paintings. Mainly using acrylics, Penelope is inspired by aminals, landscapes and flowers.

August 2013 - National Fine Art Open Competition

Our National Fine Art Open Competition is now in its 3rd year in the Granary Art Gallery and we are looking for budding artists to showcase their work throughout August and have the opportunity to win one of the prizes on offer.

Main Prize: £2,000

Shropshire / Staffordshire: £500 generously supported by Halls

People's Prize: £200 worth of framing generously supported by Kingswood Frames

Junior Prize (under 16 category) a selection of high quality art materials from Studiocraft

As an educational charity we are passionate about fostering and acknowledging talent, the Open offers a great platform for emerging local and national artists.

Entries cost £15 per piece and the deadline is Friday 28th June. For further details on how to enter the competition please download the forms below.

Shortlisted entries will be on display in the Granary Art Gallery throughout August.



March 2013 - Sue Law-Webb

Sue achieved a first class Fine Art degree from Reading University and is currently a member of the Society of Staffordshire Artists and exhibits widely across the county.

Originally trained in watercolour and oil painting, Sue is also an experienced print maker using techniques such as woodblock and lino printing. She also created one-off prints by drawing images onto paper from inked glass panels - more commonly known as 'monotypes'

April 2013

The Birmingham Watercolour Society

We welcomed artists from the Birmingham Watercolour Society for a stunning exhibition throughout April in the Granary Art Gallery.

Founded in 1907, the society upholds the finest traditions of watercolour painting and promotes excellence through innovation and has international status with a worldwide membership.

All members gain entry into the society by election, and are from wide geographical range. The exhibition in the Granary Art Gallery will show over 60 works from participating members and will be selected by the society’s own committee.

May and June 2013

Peter Walker

International artist Peter Walker will be exhibited at the Granary Art Gallery at Weston Park throughout May and June 2013

Peter Walker is an international sculptor and artist currently working from his studio in Shrewsbury. His work is widely collected both nationally and internationally, and leading commentators have tipped his sculptures as having potential international significance. He combines a talent for creating unique and powerful artworks with a knowledge and dedication to re-establish the traditions of his art form, an undertaking that is bringing him much acclaim.


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