Monthly Archives: September 2013

Château La Coste

Château la Coste is a vineyard 15km north of Aix-en-Provence which, since 2004, has become home to a remarkable collection of art and architecture. Signs have been kept to a minimum and the entrance was not immediately obvious, but we … Read more

Tree Portraits

For the past four years I have been painting portraits of trees in West London woods and nature reserves. The legacy of gardens, parks and woodlands found in London creates an urban environment with an unrivaled relationship to nature that … Read more

Little Big One

Philip Maltman is exhibiting his paintings at The Sutton Gallery, Edinburgh from 5th – 26th October.

In The Frame: Wood Engraving

The October issue of House & Garden includes a contribution by Emily Tobin on the art of wood engraving. Happily two of the featured artists can be regularly seen at The Rowley Gallery.

La Mer

chris, got another hot blog, or so i think. sharon’s aunt & uncle live in the country, near romsey, & they have the luxury of a swimming pool in their garden. they recently bought a changing hut, & asked me … Read more

Kidepo, Uganda

I recently received an irresistible request for Christopher Corr: Hi Chris, further to our conversation this morning I was wondering if you could pass on the following to Christopher Corr.

Tree Of Heaven (Slight Return)

Early one morning driving to work, lamenting the loss of our tree-of-heaven (it was the morning the tree feller was coming back to poison the shoots that were springing up all over our yard), I began to notice previously overlooked … Read more

Tory Lawrence

We are very pleased to welcome Tory Lawrence to The Rowley Gallery. Five of her oil paintings are presently displayed in our window. They are captivating pictures of the countryside, direct responses to being there, walking, soaking it up. The … Read more

Cornucopia!

Jelly Green‘s paintings of cows can be seen this weekend alongside Jason Gathorne-Hardy’s drawings of sheep at White House Farm, Great Glemham, Suffolk. Their exhibition is part of Cornucopia!, one of the fringe events at this year’s Aldeburgh Food and … Read more

Spectrum Fish

This is a new print by Fanny Shorter, Spectrum Fish. It’s an epic 16 colour hand-pulled screenprint in a limited edition of 100. Fanny describes it as a colour wheel of tropical fish, each placed in the spectrum according to … Read more

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