Exhibitions

Open daily, 9.30am to 4.30pm

Walsall Society of Artists, ‘On Our Way Back’

20th March  – 12 June 2022

 

Walsall Society of Artists are indeed ‘On Our Way Back’ since our meetings were called to a halt in 2020.

Although we have only had one meeting this year, we have been able to put together this eclectic collection of works, from just a few of our members, in a very short time.

Our exhibition has no theme. It does however show the varying abilities, the range of mediums employed and the spread of interests of our members. Members who draw, paint, print, pot, sculpt, carve, watch, talk art and just thoroughly enjoy art.

To find our more about our society, which began in 1949, go to:

www.walsallsocietyofartists.co.uk

Alan Glover, ‘Alchemy of Light’
3rd April - 19th June 2022

 

I have always been a photographer, and for my working life always a man with a job (not photography) and a hobby. Finding a way to express my photography in this digital world I came across what are known as Alternative (or Historic) Photographic Processes. Dating back to the beginnings of photography in the mid 1800’s, these enable me to take the many benefits of digital image capture and then utilise the old processes to handcraft what are unique, original, pieces of art. 

 

See Alan's images above.

Birmingham Watercolour Artists Summer Exhibition 2022
8th June - 28th August

An exhibition of paintings by talented artists, the majority of whom have been members of the prestigious International Birmingham Watercolour Society for many years and have exhibited widely.

 

See Birmingham Watercolour Artists' images above.

Paul Butcher, Kingswinford BC (before Covid)
21st June - 4th September

A very personal documentary of still images on the Kingswinford area, capturing an essence of the diversity of people who inhabit this part of the West Midlands.

 

See Paul's images above.

Amy Partridge, Putting Pencil to Paper
29th June - 11th September 2022

 

​A collection of drawings and paintings from local artist Amy Partridge. This exhibition brings together some of Amy’s latest work, ranging from intensely detailed graphite and pen drawings exploring wildlife to local scenes.

See Amy's images above.