DEC 00] STARKEY & COMPANY NEWS
Artists Take Over Office For Exhibition
Leamington company is celebrating opening its new offices by clearing
all its furniture out to make for an exhibition.
surveyors, Starkey & Company are hosting an exhibition of
paintings, prints and scultpures for sale.
exhibition has been arranged by dealers Jennifer Pearce Jan Fraser
Jenkins, who sell works of art from different venues around the
Friday and Saturday this week Starkey & Company will move their
filing cabinets, take down their notice boards, close down their
computers and put up works by Richard Sorrell and Jill Jeffrey, both
of whom live in the area.
exhibits throughout the country and is best known for his vignettes of
middle-class life. Jill Jeffrey works principally in pastel, as does Jean
Nicholson with her flower pieces normally showing in London.
French landscape painter, Peter Hopker, will exhibit paintings of
south west France, where he now lives.
exhibition also includes the landscapes of Michael Fairclough, who had
a successful one man show in a Mayfair gallery earlier this year;
Richard Bawden, the distinguished printmaker; Gay Hutchings, probably
most well known for her stained glass work although this time she will
be exhibiting lino cuts and prints.
Barratt has recently returned from the Everest Base Camp where he has
been surveying the land for his latest commissioned sculpture. He will
be showing paintings and sculpture. Pictured right is his Adam's
youngest member of the group is William Sorrel who graduated from City
and Guilds this year.
exhibition opens tomorrow between 6pm and 8.30pm and continues on
Saturday from 12pm to 7pm, before the building takes on its familiar
form as an office.