In the Field

Feeling Uplifted

Joy Gosney is one of my favourite painters. Her abstract landscapes in dreamy colours manage to be both playful and grounding at the same time, I could look at them all day. So when Joy invited me to be in an exhibition with her and a few others, it was an immediate yes!

Throughout the month of April we are displaying our work together with two other painters – Carly Gilliatt and Gill Edwards – and one weaver – Megan Allaway – at the Harding House Gallery on Steep Hill in Lincoln. We originally set aside two days to set up the exhibition, but as we unpackaged our work it all sat so well together so effortlessly, that we only needed the one day, and therefore opened a day early to the public!

Here’s a little peak into what we have on offer…

And here’s some information about the other artists involved, as well as links to their websites/social media…

Carly Gilliatt – Paintings which capture a moment in time, fuelled by uplifting colour and energy of the landscape.

Gill Edwards – Contemplative still life paintings which joyfully embrace colour, pattern and the dance of shape and space.

Megan Allaway – Vibrant and tactile weavings, skilfully encompassing the interplay of shifting colour pallets with mid-century design aesthetics.

Joy Gosney – Semi abstract paintings which fizz with effervescent hues and evoke compelling and dreamlike memories of landscape.

I had so much fun helping to put this exhibition together and it was a real honour to be asked to be a part of it. I am also really looking forward to the ‘Meet the Artists’ event on Saturday 20th April. Do feel free to pop along and join us for a glass of prosecco to celebrate and chat about the art on show, the more the merrier!

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