Exhibition Schedule 2019

Regular updates and details of forthcoming exhibitions
Lighthouse Gallery Rachael Mia Allen Exhibition

Mark Preston a solo exhibition of new paintings

30th August – 12th September 2019

Setting his easel up on the clifftops of West Cornwall, Mark can often be seen in all weathers painting, working quickly to capture the fleeting light and passing clouds. The crashing waves below and the contrast of wild Spring flowers bent in the sea breeze often feature in Marks work. The texture of the paint brings an almost three dimensional feel to the canvas transporting the onlooker to the very place itself.

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Image: Summer Flowers, Vallendreath by Mark Preston

Fresh Art Fair at Ascot Racecourse

20th – 22nd September 2019

Come and see us at this spectacular venue.

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Affordable Art Fair

Battersea, London

17th – 20th October 2019

Launched in 1999, now in its 20th year the Battersea Affordable Art Fair just gets better and better. Now up to 22,500 people come to enjoy the art exhibited by the 120 British and international galleries. In an atmosphere of fun and with a very unstuffy approach Lighthouse Gallery is thrilled once again to be exciting and delighting its London collectors and meeting new faces! With work priced between £50 and £6,000 there is something for everyone to discover and take home!

We are delighted to be showing stunning new paintings by the acclaimed Chris Rigby alongside atmospheric new London works by Benjamin Warner and Mark Poprawski‘s dramatic seascapes and magical paintings by Catherine Hyde, plus new paintings by Rachael Mia Allen, Amanda Hoskin, Gary Long and Michael Sanders.

Sculpture by Shelley Anderson and Alex Kirkpatrick.

For tickets please contact the Gallery 01736 350555 or email post@lighthouse-gallery.com, we will of course post and email tickets to our mailing list.

Image: Westerwick Buttress by Chris Rigby

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Catherine Hyde

Inside the Box of Delights

2nd – 18th November 2019

Catherine is able to create an abstracted world, emphasising the connection between earth, air and water. Building subtle layers of paint to achieve shimmering, delicate and glowing surfaces on canvas thus creating powerful imagery. Her works contain a strange atmosphere of stillness with an iconic quality that is dreamlike and magical. They are expressions of significance and contemplation, landscapes that resound with the profound connection between all living things.

Image: The Young Deer by Catherine Hyde