Turns on the Tarmac
25th August – 23rd September 2017
Private view: Thursday 24th August 2017, 6-9pm
Sid Motion Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition, Turns on the Tarmac, which includes new works by Nick Jensen, Adam Hedley and Joanne Hummel-Newell.
IM IN THE GARDEN is the resulting exhibition and curatorial project following an 18 month Arts Council Funded Residency which was commissioned by Ryde Arts Festival.
Exhibiting Artists include Joanne Hummel-Newell, Adam Gillam, Hermione Allsopp and Laura Hathaway
Visit the Exhibition website to read more www.iminthegarden.me
I'll be answering questions about my practice and current arts council residency for Grow Ryde alongside Keith Harrison, recent winner of the Jerwood Open Forest, and Clare Thornton who is currently preparing for her exhibition Corridors, Stairways and Corners at the Arnolfini in Bristol.
Artist Question time, organised by Aspace, will take place at the Arches Studios in Southampton Tuesday 28 Feb 5.30 - 7.30 visit the eventbrite link for tickets here
Interview with After Nyne Magazine.
The latest exhibition at K6 Gallery is now open. Disorder is by Joanne Hummel-Newell and Laura Hathaway.
Installed a couple of weeks ago, the opening was well attended and the artists talked about the ideas behind each of their installations and what drives their practice.
Laura Hathaway has painted the windows of one of the phone boxes. The multi-coloured colour scheme makes for a bright eye catching installation, and the paint was applied unconventionally directly with the artist’s hands.
The neighbouring phone box, which is currently kept locked contains an installation by Joanne Hummell-Newell, the installation is made up of two parts, bales and hay, these were developed during a recent artist residency on a working dairy farm and continue the theme of disorder from the neighbouring phone box.
The exhibition will run until 2nd October.
Porcelain and Paper is a collaboration with artist Sue Paraskeva.
Porcelain and Paper. Using the concept of collections as a starting point, this series of works sets out to explore the interchangeable relationship of two such materials and questions their ongoing love affair with keepsakes.
Contemporary Applied Arts
89 Southwark Street
Monday - Saturday 10am - 6pm
We are closed Sundays and Bank Holidays
Wow, what an incredible weekend spent with the artists and organisers of The Other Art Fair at Victoria House. Thank you to everyone who came to my stand, lots of new clients, galleries and friends, can't wait till the next one!
Responding to the history of my home town 'Ryde' , this installation celebrates the life of one man who through determination and commitment transformed the architectural landscape of the area. read more here about the project http://thechalktalks.blogspot.co.uk/
My paper and wool installation Hay and Bales will be exhibited in Southampton's new K6 Gallery. The Gallery is two grade 2 listed phone boxes in the city centre. I can't wait to install my work into this unique space.
Hay and Bales was the result of a Heritage Lottery and Arts Council funded residency on a working dairy farm in June 2015 .
Exhibition runs 11 July - 2 October
My paintings on paper 'Supersymmetry, Multiverse and Gravity' have been shortlisted in the Royal Watercolour Society contemporary exhibition.
Exhibition Dates: 4th - 16 March Private View Thursday 3 March 6-8pm
SMASHED is a collaborative research project with porcelain artist Sue Paraskeva. An intense 4 week studio residency exploring the possibilities of paper and porcelain combined.
Following the residency an exhibition of works will be on display at CAA London, an artist talk for Royal college of Art students and the public, as well as a performance will be held at the venue during London Crafts Week
(3 - 7 May)
Other Venues for our Artist Talks will be Standpoint London, Aspex Gallery Portsmouth and Sorting Office Eastleigh. Dates to be announced.
Myself and Artist Christopher Jenkins were recently awarded a grant from Arts Council England to take our ongoing collaborative project, 'Cardboard Castle' to the Bestival Music Festival. It was our biggest installation so far with over 5000 people taking part. 'A towering structure built from willow and found cardboard. An evolving platform for public free expression.Visitors paint, write and colour using childrenʼs poster paint. What they create is thoughtful, funny, political, loving, spiritual and rude. Itʼs a message board, political placard or a shrine to absent friends. Sometimes its a giant colouring book.The democratic nature of the artwork means that the artists become facilitators in the creation of an ephemeral collaborative intervention and the ownership is shared.'
I recently took part in Kieren Reed's Social Sculpture project in the grounds of ArtSway in the Newforest. Sculpture Kieron Reed has created a small hut which sleeps one person, has a bed, a desk and basic tools for cooking and cleaning. There is no electricity. Artists, Architects, thinkers and writers were asked to take part. Each person left an object or intervention for the next person to consider. read more here
Shoosmiths Art Prize 2015
Milton Keynes Hospital – Level 2 corridor, between The Chapel and NNU.
3 September 2015 onwards
The jury for the 2015 prize were:
- Baroness Wall, Chair Milton Keynes University Hospital
- Sophie Hall, Gallery Director, Flowers
- Julia Alvarez, Curator, Bearspace
- Fionnuala Boyd, Artist
- Gary Assim, Partner Shoosmiths LLP.
- Arts for Health are pleased to announce the shortlisted artists Shoosmiths Art Prize 2015 are Alice Robinson, Alison Griffin, Anne Guest, Carmen Lamberti, Daniel Hosego, Geert Oliver, Gemma Lowe, George Parapadakis, Jane Walker, Joanne Hummel-Newell, Nicholas Cheeseman, Rowena Comrie, Tara Parker-Woolway, Teo Klein-Velderman, Trevor Childs and Yannick Perichon.
The Farmer’s Clock
Published by Joanne Hummel-Newell On the occasion of the exhibition ‘The Farmer’s Clock’ 6th June - 14 September 2015.
The restoration of the Hop Kiln Gallery at Briddlesford lodge Farm was funded by Heritage Lottery Fund.
Designed by Howard Hardiman
Printed by inky Little Fingers Images copyright to Joanne Hummel-Newell
With thanks to Georgia Newman and Letty Clark for their Essay’s.
Special thanks to the Griffin Family at Briddlesford Farm.
The Farmer’s Clock was funded by Arts Council England
Copyright Joanne Hummel-Newell
Join me for the launch of solo exhibition, THE FARMER'S CLOCK. June 6th 5.30pm where I'll be talking about my experience as artist in residence on a dairy farm on the Isle of Wight. read more about the work and the project here http://hopkilnsresidency.tumblr.com/
Briddlesford Lodge Farm, Briddlesford Road, Wooton, Isle of Wight, PO33 4RY 01983 882239
I was thrilled to receive the St Cuthbert's Mill Prize for my painting 'Shouting Loudly at Each Other' in the contemporary watercolour competition at Bankside Gallery, London. The painting was shortlisted out of 1500 entries and selected out of 100 shortlisted entries.