The West End Centre regularly exhibits a wide range of work. Entrance is free to all exhibitions and private views.
Tue 13 Jan – Wed 25 Feb (Private View: Tue 13 Jan, 7-9pm)
After a quick camera lesson from his dad, Tony took his first photos at a New Model Army gig in 1987 and hasn’t stopped since. He has been lucky enough to work closely with the likes of Damon Albarn, The 1975 and Robbie Williams, and has toured alongside Foo Fighters and Red Hot Chili Peppers, capturing intimate moments from the road. This is just a snippet of Tony’s work and the variety of artists that he gets to work with.
Wed 4 – Thu 26 March (Private View: Wed 4 March, 7-9pm)
The Old British Artists explore a broad range of contemporary practice alongside their active youth wing. Something for everyone’s taste and chequebook! Featuring work from Melissa Benson, Tessa Christie, Stewart Dakers, Sam Lehane, Graham Mollart, Keith and Julie Reynolds, Annie Smith, Suzanne Stephenson, Anne Varlow and Dave Walker.
Wed 1 April – Wed 22 April (Private View: Wed 1 April, 7-9pm)
We are a group of creative friends who meet together to paint, natter and eat cake under the guidance of local tutor Wendy Heath. We enjoy painting and drawing in all mediums, experimenting and exploring artistic possibilities. This exhibition showcases our latest work.
Tue 5 – Thu 28 May (Private View: Tuesday 5 May, 7-9pm)
This show is the culmination of four artists’ work: Stephen Bridger, Naomi Symmonds, Rupesh Dangol and Laura Burke. Their work explores the way that media and art differ in their approaches in tackling the deep issues of war and conflict on our planet, focusing on the conflict of today.
Tue 2 – Fri 26 June (Private View: Tues 2nd June, 7-9pm)
While having to manage lifelong medical complications, James has observed and portrayed urban, scenic and social landscapes through art. He uses a variety of different mediums, from oil paints through to photography. Some of his work tries to document and deal with urban decay and social issues, incorporating a free expressive motion through to a modern abstract form.
Fri 3 – Thu 30 July (Private View: Fri 3 July, 7-9pm)
Link In Craft is a voluntary group formed in 2011 to help those who cannot work because of mental or physical problems. Doing something creative in a safe, encouraging atmosphere has helped restore confidence and enjoyment in their lives. This will be their first exhibition - an eclectic mix of art and craft - colourful, fun, interesting and exciting! All proceeds of sales will go to charity.