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John Birch Art

John Birch Art

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John Birch Art. I now live and work in Gosport which is in the South of Hampshire. I lived in a village for many years and relocated to Gosport to enjoy the Sea and to give me inspiration for my artwork. Painting mainly with acrylic paint using a combination of flowers and ceramic objects such as jugs and vases. Art has always been part of my life and now back in the South, I am able to work as a full-time artist. I paint mainly with acrylics, many layers are applied in order to build up the work. I always like to add texture to the work and the drying time of acrylic paint allows me to do this. Using a variety of tools I scrape back layers or scratch into the surface to reveal the layers below.

About My Art

Spring Flowers

I always take a lot of photographs for my art while out walking I also sketch the different landscapes, flowers and birds. These together with everyday objects give me the inspiration and the ideas I use in the different pieces of work. I aim to create pieces of work that are bright, colourful and vibrant.

Although I sell the original works that I paint, I also sell prints online. You can find a few prints available that you can customise on the Saatchi website. They will be printed and posted to you. You can buy prints by John Birch at the Saatchi art website.

Purchase my work

I have no exhibitions coming up at the moment but You can buy work online,

John Birch’s Online store

https://www.saatchiart.com/johnbirch

Saatchi Art Website John Birch 

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Online Gallery Saatchi Art is the world’s leading online art gallery, connecting people with art and artists they love. Saatchi Art offers an unparalleled selection of paintings, drawings, sculpture and photography at a range of prices, and it provides artists from around the world with an expertly curated environment in which to exhibit and sell their work. Based in Los Angeles, Saatchi Art is redefining the experience of buying and selling art by making it easy, convenient and welcoming for both collectors and artists.

Percy House Cockermouth

Percy House Cockermouth

I have exhibited Paintings and Prints  at Percy House Gallery Cockermouth

Percy House Gallery opened in May 2002. It is situated in a historic 14th-century building which had been hidden from public view for over two decades. With its unique features which include the famous Tudor ceiling, fireplaces and plasterwork, it is the ideal setting for the unusual arts and crafts on display. The gallery hosts a large selection of work by Cumbrian and British artists ranging from jewellery and textiles to ceramics, paintings and photographs. The downstairs gallery consists of four rooms each with its unique character. The oak beams have been dated to 1390 and the original flagstone floor still remains. The upstairs, with its Tudor ceiling dated 1598, was the home of the Percy bailiff. It is divided into three rooms.

Percy House,

38-42 Market Place

Cockermouth,

Cumbria

CA13 9NG

Tel –  01900 829667

Email – Percyhousegallery@btconnect.com

Web – http://www.percyhouse.co.uk

Artroom Gallery in Garstang, Lancashire

Artroom Gallery in Garstang, Lancashire

I have exhibited Paintings and Prints at The Artroom Gallery Garstang

The Artroom Gallery – a contemporary art and craft gallery specialising in local and UK art and craft. Situated in the picturesque market town of Garstang, Lancashire, nestling below the Bowland Fells, this charming gallery specialises in original art and craft.

Artroom Gallery

15 High Street

Garstang

Preston

Lancashire

PR3 1FA

Web – www.artroomgallery.co.uk/

Gallery H in Arnside

I have exhibited Paintings and Prints at Gallery H in Arnside

Gallery-H-in-Arnside

This stylish gallery is situated beside the beautiful Lakeland estuary at Arnside, where Lakeland hills surround. Within Victorian walls of the old ‘Lancaster Bank’ are eight viewing rooms one within the original vault. Gallery H brings together an international collection of contemporary and traditional fine art, furniture, jewellery, glassware, silverware, and interior delights from award-winning UK and international artists and designers. They also undertake corporate projects, interior advice and a wedding gift service. Gallery H has created a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere, in understanding time is precious to us all they offer private viewings by arrangement. The recommendation is the highest accolade and Gallery H is delighted to see clients returning again and again, bringing with them their friends to enjoy a fresh approach to finding that rather special little something!

ADDRESS

 20-21 THE PROMENADE

ARNSIDE | CARNFORTH | LA5 0HN 

|TEL.01524 761762

Web – https://www.gallery-h.co.uk/

The Old Courthouse Gallery

I have exhibited my Paintings at The Old Courthouse Gallery

Old Courthouse Ambleside

Established in 1994, The Old Courthouse Gallery, two expansions and 19 years later, has evolved into one of the largest independent contemporary art galleries in the North of England.

Set amidst the stunning scenery of the Lake District, Ambleside is home to the long-established and well-respected Old Courthouse Gallery. This spacious gallery displays on three floors all that is best in contemporary British art & craft, the emphasis being on high-quality craftsmanship and individuality in all disciplines including furniture, glass, ceramics, sculpture, original paintings, prints and jewellery.

Gallery Opening Hours

Tuesday – Friday 10 am to 4.30 pm

Saturday 10 am to 5 pm

Sunday & Monday 10 am to 4 pm

GALLERY LOCATION

Market Place, Ambleside,

Cumbria, LA22 9BU

OPEN HOURS

Monday to Saturday: 10 am – 5 pm,
SUNDAY, 10 am – 4 pm

EMAIL gallery@ocg-arts.com 

Upfront Gallery 2015

2 Works selected for the Upfront Artists Open Exhibition at The Upfront Gallery

Upfront Artists

Dear John, I am pleased to tell you that two pieces of your work have been selected for our “Open” exhibition.  “Merula Bird” and “Purple Cup”. Please can you deliver them to the Gallery on Saturday 11th or Sunday 12th January, between 10:30 am and 6 pm. Best wishes

Elaine Parkinson

The Gallery presents a changing programme of exhibitions. Work is selected by the owners to produce shows that reflect a wide cross-section of artists and styles. Artists are local, national and international. Exhibitions include painting, sculpture, ceramics and textiles. These may be one-man shows or group shows, united by a theme which inspires the work. The gallery also has a changing collection of work by artists who have become popular exhibitors at Upfront.

From mid-January until early March, the Gallery stages the “Upfront Open Exhibition”. Over 100 artists, from Cumbria and beyond submit work that is selected for the exhibition by a panel of judges.

Upfront Gallery
Nr Hutton-in-the-Forest
Unthank
Penrith
Cumbria
CA11 9TG

Tel: 017684 84538

Web: https://up-front.com/

Email: info@up-front.com

Silverdale Art Trail 2014

The Silverdale and Arnside Art and Craft Trail.

Silverdale Art Trail

Our annual Art Trail is the major event of the year in the area and attracts thousands of returning and happy visitors. The stunning location of the two host villages on the edge of Morecambe Bay make it a perfect destination for art lovers to absorb the delights on offer. With Open Studios, large group exhibitions, great community involvement and many workshops it provides something for everyone.

The Trail attracts an increasing number and high quality of exhibitors every year many of whom live and work within this extraordinary AONB. Famous for its amazing wildlife, stunning scenery and superb walks it is also becoming a haven for artists and makers. We are increasingly being tagged as the St. Ives of the North!

Website: https://www.silverdalearttrail.co.uk/

Castle Dairy Group Exhibition

The Castle Dairy, Wildman Street, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 6EN
10 December 2013 – 20 January 2014

Castle Dairy

The group exhibition at the Castle Dairy showed around 50 pieces of work from more than 25 selected Green Door artists, including Maggie Berkowitz, Annie Coxey, Evelyn Sinclair, Ann Marie Foster, Diane Rowlinson and Karen Lester.

Work included paintings from Jill Pemberton who paints on canvas exploring the temporal space with colour, movement and texture, and drypoint prints from Theresa Taylor who develops her ideas from plant structures and organic materials.  There are paintings from recent member John Birch who aims to create pieces of work that are bright, colourful and vibrant, and “Mrs Beeton Recycled” from Elizabeth Shorrock who uses recycled maps and guidebooks as a basis for books and wall pieces.

The Castle Dairy

Adult education centre

26 Wildman St,

Kendal

LA9 6EN

Winter Exhibition at Kendal Museum

Kendal Museum, Station Road, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 6BT
8 January – 27 March 2014

Winter Exhibition at Kendal Museum

Our Winter Exhibition, the first of our year-long residency with Kendal Museum, has work from thirty selected Green Door artists on show, including Frances Winder, Sue David, Jill Pemberton, Barbra Cropper and Marion Kuit, John Birch,  Maggie Berkowitz, Judith Horsley, Evelyn Sinclair, Joyce Eldred, Mike Barlow, Ray Green, Brie Wharf, Sue Furnival, Ann Marie Foster, Ruth Castle, Jan Huntley Peace, Will Barton, Donna Campbell, Margaret Wilmot, Sue Mitchell, Lynda Gray, Nancy Gray and Lisa Harrison.

Kendal Museum
Station Road
Kendal
LA9 6BT

Telephone:
01539 815597

web: https://kendalmuseum.org.uk/

For enquiries outside the Museum’s normal opening hours, please contact Kendal College on 01539 814700.

Green Door Art Trail

Welcome to the Green Door Art Trail 2014

Greendoor art trail


Welcome to the 2014 Green Door Art Trail. This is our ninth year and is the biggest and most varied so far, with a wide range of talented artists opening their studios. This year the Trail will not only include Green Door artists but will see their “colleagues” exhibiting alongside them. We also have a good number of galleries involved, which we are very pleased about. Both of these mean even more choices for you to visit and perhaps purchase work directly from the artist.
The Trail is very important to us but is not the only event we organise. On the facing page, you will see a list of exhibitions and events in 2014 and even 2015. These are varied and appeal to a wide range of art lovers.

The artists at Holme Mills open their studio doors and welcome you to come and see their eclectic mix of artwork! Come and browse the rooms with Paintings by Colin Binns, John Birch, Christine Rooney, Ruth Castle, Annie Coxey and Liron Bourla. Felt art by Donna Campbell and prints by Ruth Wharton and Enda Farrell. Fused Glass & Sculpture by Diane Rowlinson and David Singleton. See some of the artists at work and enjoy tea and delicious cakes at our pop-up café.

Web: https://greendoor.org.uk/

Open Up North

Dear John,

We are looking forward to receiving your artwork Yucca and Orchid at the Brewery Arts Centre.

Open up North

Open Up North is an art competition run by the Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal which is open to both professional and non-professional artists from the north of England and will culminate in a multi-venue exhibition across Kendal from 31st May – 27th July with a prize fund in excess of £2000.

open-up-north

Works will be submitted via an online portal at http://www.breweryarts.co.uk/art/open-up-north which opens on Monday 3rd March and closes at midnight on Sunday 13th April 2014.  The competition is open to any 2D art forms; including painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, digital and 3D wall mountable work.  For the first time, video art submissions will also be accepted.

The competition has a prize fund in excess of £2000 and the exhibition will be shown in venues across Kendal including all gallery spaces in the Brewery Arts Centre, the Abbot Hall Art Gallery Coffee House and the Kendal College Castle Dairy from 31st May – 27th July 2014.

Yucca and Orchid

Developing the Brewery’s programme to support emerging artists across all art forms including theatre and literature, emerging artists who enter Open Up North will be eligible to attend a series of professional development sessions across northern England and three selected artists will benefit from a programme of mentoring coordinated by the Brewery Arts Centre’s Emerging Artist Programme in partnership with the Castlefield Gallery in Manchester.  This innovative programme will give the artists the opportunity to develop their artistic work and careers through workshops, masterclasses and mentoring sessions and will run from June 2014 until May 2015.

Judges for Open Up North 2014 are Helen Watson, Director of Collections and Exhibitions at the Lakeland Arts Trust, Kwong Lee, Director of Castlefield Gallery in Manchester and Estelle Lovatt FRSA, art critic and regular guest on BBC radio and TV, Sky News, and lecturer at Hampstead School of Art, London.

The Heron Theatre

Private exhibition showing work from John Birch, a Lancashire artist at the Heron Theatre Milnthorpe Cumbria.

the Heron · Stanley Street · Beetham · Milnthorpe · Cumbria LA7 7AS

 info@theherontheatre.com www.theherontheatre.com

Heron Theatre

The Art Market

The Art Market has since grown to HOLMFIRTH and YORK and is renowned as an exciting, must-attend event for locals and visitors alike, providing an entertaining, family-friendly celebration of some of the best and most eclectic art the UK has to offer.

At The Art Market showcases not only established, professional artists but also provides a platform for talented, up-and-coming artists, who often have never exhibited or sold their work to the public before. Each year, these specially selected artists receive mentoring from the show’s organisers, Brendan, Victoria and Emily on how to present, price and sell their work professionally.

The Loovre Kirkby Lonsdale

The Loovre Kirkby Lonsdale

Exhibition by John Birch Original paintings and prints for sale.

Contemporary gallery in the heart of Kirkby Lonsdale, we specialise in original work. Championing local artists, whilst introducing artists from further afield.
Originals | Signed Prints | Sculpture |

Holmfirth artWEEK

July 20th, 2014 – July 26th, 2014

   Holmfirth artWEEK is one of the largest open art exhibitions in the UK and features work by over 700 professional and amateur artists. All proceeds are donated to Macmillan Cancer Support and they have donated over £685K in the last 47 years.  Holmfirth artWEEK is a local event with a national reputation. Most of the exhibitors are from this area but visitors come from all over the country to view and to buy. It is astounding how much artistic talent there is locally and it is this that makes the event such a success and brings so many visitors to Holmfirth every year.

The Main Exhibition in the Holmfirth Civic Hall is one of the biggest open exhibitions in the country featuring work by over 400 professional & amateur artists. As artWEEK is a fundraising event, all work submitted must be for sale. A commission of 20% is paid by the artist on all sales made in the Exhibition, Market & Fringe.

There are 35 Fringe Venues, which is the most we have ever had (the brochure when available will be at libraries, Tourist info and other outlets, or can be found on the Holmfirth Art Week website.

Card shed Holmfirth art week

Westmoorland Gazette Newspaper

GREEN Door artists open the New Year with a group exhibition at the Castle Dairy plus an exciting new creative partnership with Kendal Museum.

The popular South Lakeland art collective will be the museum’s artists in residence beginning the residency with a Winter Exhibition.

Meanwhile, the group exhibition at the Castle Dairy features up to 50 pieces of work from more than 25 selected Green Door artists, including Maggie Berkowitz, Evelyn Sinclair, Ann Marie Foster, Donna Campbell, Colin Reynolds, Sue David, Ray Green, Lisa Harrison, Joyce Eldred, Sue David, and Karen Lester. Work also includes paintings from Jill Pemberton who paints on canvas exploring the temporal space with colour, movement and texture, and drypoint prints from Theresa Taylor who develops her ideas from plant structures and organic materials. There are paintings from recent member John Birch who aims to create pieces of work that are bright, colourful and vibrant, and Mrs Beeton Recycled from Elizabeth Shorrock, who uses recycled maps and guidebooks as a basis for books and wall pieces.

The exhibition at the Castle Dairy is a showcase of work

“This is a very exciting time for Green Door with exhibitions planned throughout 2014 and into 2015,” explained Green Door administrator, Janice Benson. “The exhibition at the Castle Dairy is a showcase of work from long-standing and new members; it’s a great way to end 2013. We’re thrilled to be working with Kendal Museum in the New Year on a range of exhibitions reflecting the scope of our members’ work, including new works inspired by items in the museum’s collection.”

“We’ll also have our largest ever art trail in April with 58 artists taking part. To set the scene, the Brewhouse at Burgundys in Kendal and Yew Tree Barn at High Newton will host exhibitions from participating artists in the run-up to the trail.”

The Castle Dairy exhibition runs until January 20 with the Winter Exhibition at Kendal Museum on show until March 28.

Green Door artists focus on two new exhibitions

Whistlefish Art and Prints

Whistlefish

Our name, St Ives, originates from the Victorian era when local fishermen in the area landed Three Bearded Roach, affectionately known as Whistlefish, found in the rock pools around the bay.

Since 1998, it has been our mission to offer a unique and affordable vision in contemporary and traditional art, greeting cards, accessories, and gifts. We consider ourselves fortunate to present our customers with a curated selection of handpicked artists, recognized both locally and internationally.

Our art is renowned for its exceptional quality. From the sourcing of fine Italian paper used in our greeting cards to our meticulously hand-finished framed prints, all crafted in our custom frame shop, every detail is a testament to our dedication.

We approach our work with passion. We hope that our greeting cards will endear you to your family and friends and that our artwork will grace your home, providing you with years of pleasure.

Additionally, we have several paintings by John Birch available for sale, adding a touch of artistic elegance to your space.

May 2018 St Ives Cornwall The Tate St Ives

These are the paintings that I had on display in Tate St Ives Cornwall on the For Me St Ives Is wall. Painted on Tate St Ives round cards while on the sea wall at St Ives Cornwall.  The view is of the harbour with the famous three arches in the sea wall.

TATE ST IVES

Visit the iconic Tate St Ives gallery, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean

Art Fund Museum of the Year 2018 Winner

OPENING TIMES Monday to Sunday 10.00–17.20

OPEN TODAY 10.00–17.20

Porthmeor Beach, St Ives, Cornwall TR26 1TG

Buy Art From John Birch

Buy art from my other Website Egg and Bacon – For the Love of Art Food and Travel.

We have a passion for travel and good food mainly cafes and food markets. This site is a personal site built by myself John and Clare and contains things that appeal to us, hobbies and interests like food, Art and Day trips. We sell original Artwork on the site

Visit the site at https://eggandbacon.co.uk/shop/

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