Angie Kenber | Blog
Angie Kenber is a Bristol-based artist working in bold, expressive colour. She creates paintings on canvas and wood, and draws inspiration from the search for light and colour in unexpected places.
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January 30th 2015 I have a couple of exciting updates to share with you! Firstly, even though we’re still at the tail end of January 2015, I’m looking forward to a solo exhibition in January 2016! I will be exhibiting in the main space at the Grant Bradley Gallery in Bedminster, Bristol. There will be large and small-scale paintings, alongside painted furniture and objects. More details to follow. Secondly, BV Open Studios, where I have my studio, will take place this year on the weekend of April 24/25/26. The studios will be open on Friday 24 from 6pm, and on Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 between 11am – 5pm. If you’re around that weekend, do pop up to my studio (M5 on the first floor), where I will have a mixed selection of work for sale. I’d love to meet you. As always, please go to the Contact page to keep in touch. Angie...

January 2nd 2015 Welcome to the New Year - and my new website! I am very excited to show you my recent work, and hope you find it stimulating. If you'd like to see my work 'in the flesh', it is now possible across the South West: in Bristol, St. Ives, Padstow and Burford. Have a look at my Galleries page for further details. For the past few years, the biggest canvas I have worked on has been 120cm square, but after a successful trip to St. Ives in October, I'm looking forward to expanding my work to at least 150cm square! I relish the challenge ahead, and hope you find the sheer scale as exciting as I do. It has been an exciting 2014, with inspiring trips to Cornwall and Italy, and the addition of two new galleries to my portfolio. I've also begun painting on furniture, vases and bowls and will be developing these areas in 2015. You can have a look at some of these three-dimensional works on the Art page. For a spell in the summer, I will be resident artist at Bryson's Vear on Cape Cornwall, and look forward to working in such a unique and visceral 'edge of land' location. If you'd like to keep in touch please go to the Contact page, where you can also sign up to my newsletter....