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A celebration of the art of Brian Nolan (1931 – 2019). Inspired by the rhythm of the seasons and the circle of days, Brian painted outdoors, capturing moments across time.
Brian Nolan (1931—2019) was inspired by change and continuity in the natural and human world, the cycle of seasons and days, growth and renewal. He often painted outdoors, walking familiar paths to observe and capture the landscape in a particular moment in time. Brian held solo exhibitions and contributed work to many others, including the summer exhibitions at the Royal Academy in London.
While predominantly a watercolour artist, Brian also worked in oils and pastels. Still life pictures, portraits and a small number of abstract pictures were also completed, and the exhibition reflects this range of work.
The exhibition runs from 5th to 29th April.
Opening Times: Monday 10—7, Tuesday 9—7, Wednesday 9—5, Thursday 9—5, Friday 9—7, Saturday 9—5, Sunday and Bank Holidays Closed.