Salon 3 is the third in a series of “one night only” exhibitions at the Old lock Up Studio, Swifts Hollow, Cromford, DE4 3RF, and Socket artists Tracey Kershaw and Jane Pepper are two of the 13 International and Regional artists invited to take part.
Salon 3 has been organised and curated by Rachael Pinks and Clay Smith – visit Rachael’s blog and the Salon facebook page for more details. Participating artists for this spring Salon are Clay Smith, Luke Tarpey, Rachael Pinks, Derek Moss, Jane Pepper, Pauline Woolley, David Booth, Filomena Rodriguez, Andrew Bird, Nikki Dennett, Tony Hall, Tracey Kershaw, and Olivia Punnet. The exhibiton will be open 6.30-9.00pm Sat 23rd March, and there will be live music by talented young harpist, Ruby.
‘Trust the Tale‘ is a response to D.H.Lawrence heritage by Socket artists Jane Pepper, Nicola Rae, and Janet Turville. First shown at Durban House, Eastwood, it is now at historic Bromley House Library, Nottingham until Thurs 22nd March. This Friday 15th March is the last chance for non library members to visit, with all three artists on site 10am-4pm to host exhibition tours and talk about the work.
Nicola Rae has work is on display in the downstairs gallery space, alongside copies of selected archive material. Here’s a detail of ‘Chapter 2: Proposal‘.
Janet Turville has work in the library’s attic rooms – here’s a glimpse of her plate room installation ‘All Yours‘.
Jane Pepper also has work in the attic – here’s a view of ‘Moonflowers: silver bells’.
Visit the exhibition website at www.trustthetale.co.uk to learn more.