AB Holmes – searcher – Oil on Panel, 40cm x 50cm
The Jack House Gallery in Old Portsmouth previewed a new exhibition this week featuring Andrew Holmes Bathers and Studies in Water.
Timed to co-incide with the opening day of the America’s Cup Challenge, the area was teeming with yachtsman and sailing enthusiasts, the water awash with sails. Despite some inclement weather we hope everyone enjoyed the events that took place and congratulate the teams for their determination.
Old Town, Portsmouth’s heritage and legacy is rooted in the dockyard, known for the early convict resettlement ships and the port where Nelson set sail for the battle of Trafalgar.
The Cathedral, tucked away behind the sea wall was first constructed in the 12th century, the original spire doubling as a lighthouse. Now a substantial building after several adaptations and additions – well worth a visit while in the area.
Portsmouth was the the birthplace of both the writer Charles Dickens and the actor Peter Sellars. ( Not forgetting fellow artist and good friend, Aldo Balding – http://aldobalding.com )
As an artist, collaborating with new Gallerists requires traveling to previously unexplored places. We’ve thoroughly enjoyed learning more about this town and meeting the people in the area.
For more information regarding Andrew Holmes work currently showing with Rebecca at the Jack House Gallery please see: http://www.jackhousegallery.co.uk/news/
To contact Andrew, please email : firstname.lastname@example.org
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