Tag Archives: Howard Phipps

Ox Drove

I seem always to have been drawn to trees as a motif in the landscape, possibly because of their strong architectural forms. There are parallels as I am also interested in interior space, and as with interlinking rooms I find … Read more

A Short Walk With Howard Phipps

I’d been looking forward to this for years. Ever since we first had his wood engravings I’d been curious about where they came from. We usually get Howard’s prints in the post or occasionally he might bring us a few, … Read more

Out Of The Wood

Hambledon Hill Out of the Wood is an exhibition of wood engravings by Howard Phipps at The Art Stable, Child Okeford, Dorset from 16 April until 7 May 2016. The gallery is situated in the courtyard of Gold Hill Organic … Read more

The Arborealists

The Arborealists will stage their third exhibition at St Barbe Museum and Art gallery, Lymington, 23rd April – 4th June 2016, featuring new works by 35 artists. Each will show just one work to emphasise the diversity of art practice … Read more

Arboretum

Ivon Hitchens, Oak Tree in Purple Woods, Southampton City Art Gallery In 2013 St Barbe Museum in Lymington organised an exhibition entitled Under the Greenwood: Picturing British Trees (accompanied by an impressive book published by Sansom). The exhibition was curated … Read more

Sgwd Yr Eira

I just found this lovely little video from Dominick Tyler of Sgwd Yr Eira in the Brecon Beacons. It translates as Fall of Snow and it reminds me of a delightful wood engraving by Howard Phipps.

Wood Engravings

Howard Phipps: Wood Engravings at Cassian de Vere Cole Fine Art, 50 Elgin Crescent, London, W11 2JJ from 22-31 January 2014. Notification of this exhibition only just arrived so we’re too late for the Wine but there’s still time for … Read more

The Holly & The Ivy

Our Christmas card this year at The Rowley Gallery is from a wood engraving by Howard Phipps. I can see holly in there and ivy too so here are a couple of complementary musical offerings as well… The first is … Read more

Awake Through Years

Howard Phipps‘s wood engravings are included in the exhibition Awake Through Years: Four South West Wood Engravers at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter from 7 December. Howard will be showing 25 works including working drawings plus book illustrations. The … Read more

New River, Blue River

Myddleton House was named after Hugh Myddleton who built the New River, an aqueduct carrying fresh water into London. Over the years its course has changed but originally in 1613 it flowed through here, beneath these iron railings marking an … Read more

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