Open Exhibition at Gymnasium Gallery, Berwick upon Tweed, 31 October – 12 December 2009

Open Exhibition at Gymnasium Gallery, Berwick upon Tweed, 31 October   12 December 2009

This afternoon I attended the Opening of the Open Exhibition at Berwick upon Tweed‘s Gymnasium Gallery. The exhibition showcases the works of artists and designers living in the local regions of North East England and the Scottish Borders. The exhibition runs until 12 December 2009 and is open Wednesdays to Sundays from 12:00 to 16:00. The Gymnasium Gallery is located next the Barracks, on the town walls.

My first video is of works portraying scenes in and around Berwick upon Tweed.

My second video is of a selection of works including two of my favourites, both illustrating paths through woods which made me want to walk along under the canopy of trees.

If you live locally or will be in the Berwick upon Tweed area before the 12 December 2009 you should pop into the exhibition.

If you do visit, let me know which was your favourite piece.

Open Exhibition at Gymnasium Gallery, Berwick upon Tweed, 31 October   12 December 2009

6 thoughts on “Open Exhibition at Gymnasium Gallery, Berwick upon Tweed, 31 October – 12 December 2009

  1. Paul Hunt

    Nice to see how artists interpret the local locations, and the paths through the woods do invite you to walk there.Certainly brightened up a grey rainy start to November.
    I’d like to get some videos on to my website and interested to learn what camera you used and if you needed permission from the gallery to do it ?
    Paul

  2. Karen Bryan

    Linda – yes I loved your painting. I sure that you’ll make it to the Open Exhibition at some point over the next few weeks and it will be all the better seen in person.

  3. Peter Beuster

    Karen
    Interesting to find your piece on the current Berwick Gymnasium Gallery exhibition. Even more interesting when my wife and I today bought the Euan Wakenshaw painting you liked in your first video. Neither of us were familiar with Euan’s work, but were much taken with the oil he had exhibited which we thought was a very interesting interpretation of a common view of the Bridge End area of the town.
    Regards,
    Peter

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