Grain Barge

Exhibitions


EMILY KETTERINGHAM

3 - 29 November

Emily has been working on her series of Bristol images since falling in love with screen printing one ordinary Wednesday in 2006.  In the last 18 months she has been experimenting with digitally colouring her drawings to enable her to create larger and more complex views of the city.

Emily is currently undertaking the final year of an MA in Multidisciplinary Printmaking at UWE and is enjoying seeing the city from a new perspective - looking down from the basket of a hot air balloon as a change from looking across at horizons.

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Caroline Cesareo

& Marie-Atina Goldet

1 - 29 December 

Paper Chase

An exhibition of drawing and etching

For their first exhibition in Bristol, Caroline Cesareo and Marie-Atina Goldet present a set of drawings and etchings inspired by the idea of the exploration of the landscape.

While the one prints enigmatic scenes and creatures, the other one draws and improvises organic and messy architectures, making narration and abstraction converse.

Each in their own way, they evoke an experience of time, constructing an exhibition in the form of a paper chase.

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ALEX RANKIN

5 - 31 January 

Alexís photographs are the result of a trip he took to Venice in April 2014. The images seek to capture some of the cityís hidden corners and spaces as well as the beauty and magic of its history and architecture. He has chosen to display his pictures at the Grain Barge in the hope that its location will complement the work and inspire an appreciation of Bristolís own waterside culture.

Alex is a writer and photographer living in Bristol. He produces work around travel and urban landscapes as well as writing journalistic articles and short fiction.

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STEVE BROADWAY

29 September - 2 November

Since September 2012, Steve Broadway has committed himself to producing a drawing at least every other day (on the other days, he looks after grandchildren, inhabits cafes and takes photographs). This exhibition features some of the resulting original ink/pencil sketches.

Before starting this ongoing project, Steve ran a successful architectural practice in Buckinghamshire for nearly 30 years, followed by 6 years working with young people in education in Somerset.

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or if you'd like to display here,
please email art@tobaccofactory.com