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Colour Prejudice

Two exhibitions at Melody Smith Gallery For most artists colour was always a bit weird. It still is, especially if you are a painter. Some painters rejoice in the possibilities of colour, some, however, many find it a bit of … Continue reading

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Out of the Coffin Again

Painting is Dead, Long Live Painting Melody Smith Gallery Oats Street, Carlisle 23 January – 22 February, 2014 From today painting is dead! (French painter, Paul Delaroche, 1839) Reports of the ‘death of painting’ have been greatly exaggerated for at … Continue reading

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Liberty is Inevitable, Martin Heine on the Crest of a Wave!!

Here’s another good thing, Martin Heine’s show of new work Reverse Iconographies at the Melody Smith Gallery on Oats Street ! It opens on Friday evening 18th of October. This is Martin Heine in the Kurb gallery, 312a William Street … Continue reading

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