Long Gallery
  The Long Gallery features prominent artists & group shows such as the Black Swan Arts Annual Open

Long Gallery Exhibitions

Image demonstrating bronze melting and pouring

Title: The Chemistry of Bronze
Date: 26 May – 15 July
Preview: 25 May, 6-8pm – all welcome

The Chemistry of Bronze exhibition celebrates bronze sculpture and showcases the bronze process itself.

Featuring 5 established UK artists who are exhibiting and selling their bronze sculpture. While we will at the same time be showing the process and different steps in bronze making (especially the lost wax method) with artefacts, tools, videos, pictures and demonstrations.

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Painting by Claire Cansick of the arborealists, featuring trees

Title: Arborealists and Guests – featuring Paul Nash
Date: 21 July – 2 September
Entry: £3, or £5 for 2. Under 18s free
Preview: 20 July, 6-8pm – all welcome (there is no entry fee for the preview)
Artists talk: Mon 9 July, 6-7pm
Artists Q&A: Sun 5 August, 3-4pm

The Arborealists were founded by artist and curator Tim Craven in 2013. Following the exhibition ‘Under the Greenwood: Picturing the British Tree’. The exhibition was staged at St Barbe Museum & Art Gallery, Lymington, in the heart of the New Forest.

The Arborealists are a loose association of some 60 artists of diverse art practice who share the subject of the tree.

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This exhibition takes place around the building, including the Long Gallery and the Round Tower Gallery.