Our Martin Studios exhibition will be in our new studio/gallery at 2, Stanford Square, Worthing, BN113EZ this year. We will be open from June 11th – 28th, on Thursdays to Sundays, from 11am – 5pm.
We will be working there and happy to talk about our current art projects. Both upstairs and downstairs you can see our recent work, including large oil paintings, drawings, prints and multi-media works, alongside some earlier pieces. Our exhibition this June reflects the season and celebrates our experience of spring and early summer.
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For information about all the venues in Worthing Art Trail and a map, see http://www.worthingarttrail.com.
Come and visit our most recent exhibition on our lovely Victorian Worthing Pier! You can’t get a more sea-side experience than this – light sea breezes, waves crashing beneath, deck chairs, ice cream… and a free art exhibition! Thanks to Nadia and Nessy of Creative Waves. Our studio gallery is open too, near the pier in Stanford Square, just off Warwick Street. We’ll be there this Bank Holiday weekend from 11am – 3pm and then all through the Worthing Art Trail, from June 11th – 28th, Thursday – Sunday from 11am – 5pm. We’re showing lots of our work inspired by early blossom and the sense of renewal that spring brings.
We’re showing a range of our spring-like work to celebrate the month of May!
There are paintings of cherry blossom from the south of France and lots of etchings, woodcuts and screenprints alongside some mixed media work on paper and board. Viv is still cutting a woodcut of daffodils and Paul will be working on an oil painting – so watch out for wood chips and wet paint!
We’re open Thursday – Saturday and Sunday and Monday on both May Bank Holiday weekends, all 11am – 3pm.
Now that we’re seeing the sun again and there are little signs of spring, we’re changing the work in the studio/gallery around to feel less like the Ice Age and more like early spring!
So we’ll be hanging Paul’s recent painting of Camarge horses, reflecting the clear bright light there early in the year.
Viv’s woodcuts of cherry blossom on the hills around the prehistoric caves will also be in the next show, ‘Signs of Spring’, which will open from March 12th until Easter weekend.
There will be more cherry blossom and Viv will be working on a woodcut of a field of early daffodils seen in Cornwall – unless she gets distracted by magnificent early magnolia…
Our ‘Artists and the Ice Age show is on until February 14th – more info on http://www.martinstudios.co.uk. These are some of Paul’s big oil paintings that capture the atmosphere and glimpses of images in the caves and there are more upstairs.
In one of our smaller rooms there are a group of Viv’s monotypes that are about the tiny Venus figures from the Ice Age.
Viv loves the idea that they have been waiting for thousands of years to come out of the ground and be with people again – what a privilege it is to be living at the right time to meet them again!
Happy New Year! We’ve just started hanging our new exhibition at the studio/gallery. This exhibition presents a wide range of work that reflects our experience of spending time with the art of our prehistoric ancestors. After many years of making drawings in caves, this collection connects ancient and contemporary ways of seeing the world around us.
This is one of Paul’s large oil paintings, ‘Heaven’s Above’. It is about images made by prehistoric artists in a small domed area of the vast cave in Rouffignac in the Dordogne. Viv is showing several groups of multi-media monotypes, built up from the hundreds of drawings she made in the dark in different caves.
The exhibition is in our studio/gallery at 2, Stanford Square, Worthing, BN11 3EZ, from January 15th until February 14th 2015. It is open from Thursday to Saturday, 11am – 3pm, or we can open by appointment if you contact us to arrange it.
Keep an eye on our personal blogs over the next few weeks as we will be writing more about the work in the exhibition.