Reminiscence Learning is a charity based in Wellington, Somerset created to bring awareness about 9000 sufferers of dementia living in Somerset. For Easter 2022 hub groups working with artists will create an installation and canvas murals to highlight those suffering from dementia and bring awareness about them to those in Somerset.
If you are part of a group who would like to know more about Reminiscence Learning and wish to take part in the free Butterfly Moments two hour workshops, please sign up here.
ING Discerning Prize
The ING Discerning Eye exhibition is running from the 19th November 2020. We are pleased to announce Adam's painting 'Break On Through (Tried to run, tried to hide)' has been chosen for the exhibition and available to view from the archive at: INGDiscerningEye (2/130)
Black History Month
They fill with mouthing, vap'rous sighs and tears, Which, like the guileful crocodile's, oft fall, Nor fall, but at the cost of human bliss.
This 10 week printmaking course offers you the opportunity to learn various printmaking techniques that will expand your creative skills set. Through a range of print methods and techniques you will increase your knowledge of print methods and techniques.
An anthology of short comic strip stories created between 2009 - 2012 with a portfolio collecting a range of experimental strips, illustrations, ideas, experiments and step by step processes, available to purchase direct from Amazon to your residence.
Also available is the collection of artwork created during 'A Year In Cornwall', part of the pocketbook series of art books published by Adam Grose.
This collection of works explore the practice of Adam R. Grose during a year spent researching and producing new works at Falmouth University. He explores the relationships between Painting, Photography and the Media, exploring and investigating 'Obscure, Obscuring and the Obscured'. This is a companion piece to the essay 'Art as Transformer'.
Pleased to announce that 'Bob X' has been chosen to exhibit in this year's 168th RWA Open exhibition. The exhibition will take place at the Royal West of England Academy from 21st November 2020 - 7th March 2021.