Other Nature

Bristol born nomadic gallery Antlers first show of 2012 brings together a core group of their artists, who have all produced new works under the theme of ‘Other Nature’. The show which features JSA members Abigail Reed, Anouk Mercier and Rose Sanderson is to be held at Frameless Gallery, London.  This show presents contemporary approaches to the traditional genres of Wildlife and Natural History, themes that reoccur in many of Antlers’ exhibitions.

All three are producing new large-scale works for the show. Mercier is currently working on graphite and watercolour drawings combining themes such as landscape, botany and animal portraits. Reed is producing large-scale oil on canvas works, while Sanderson is working on a large-scale mixed media piece, using oils, emulsion and acrylic.

This show is a great chance to see some of Bristol’s finest artists in the capital city, presenting curious and sometimes otherworldly images of nature.

Exhibiting artists:-

Abigail Reed, Alexander Korzer-Robinson, Amy Timms, Anouk Mercier, Ellie Coates, Helen Jones, Max Naylor, Rose Sanderson, Tim Lane.

Antlers Gallery

19th – 31st  Mar

Sunshine by Anouk Mercier


About jamaicastreetartists

Jamaica Street Artists is one of the largest artist-lead studios outside of London and has been established for over 15 years. The studio is housed in a grade ii listed former carriageworks, an iconic landmark in Bristol. Jamaica Street Artists is a unique and ambitious collective, holding an annual Open Studio and planning an exciting programme for the year ahead. In the past we have held group exhibitions at Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery and St George's, Bristol, and individual artists continue to find success exhibiting across the UK and abroad. Over the past year Jamaica Street Artists has run a dynamic fundraising campaign to safeguard our future, a new lease has now been secured, but the long-term aim remains to purchase the building in partnership. Looking towards the future Jamaica Street Artists plan to build on their success, continuing to contribute to Bristol's creative and cultural reputation and promoting the work of its artists.

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