Katesgrove artist Robert Fitzmaurice entices us to another fascinating location for his current exhibition NO EDEN at Greenham Common control tower, near Newbury. It follows on from Soldier at Sandham Memorial Chapel and Companion Pieces in the depths of Deptford. If you have never visited Greenham Common before, then this is the perfect reason to … Continue reading Robert Fitzmaurice’s NO EDEN at Greenham Common control tower
Katesgrove artist Robert Fitzmaurice’s new exhibition NO EDEN opens today, 16 March, at Greenham Common Control Tower, near Thatcham.
The current Katesgrove konnection with Deptford, London SE8 is courtesy of local artist Robert Fitzmaurice who has an exhibition Companion Pieces at the no format Gallery.
You have to travel way beyond the Whitley Pump’s border for this exhibition but it is definitely worth it. The location for Kategsrove artist Robert Fitzmaurice’s current show – ‘Soldier’ – is Sandham Memorial Chapel.
Katesgrove artist Robert Fitzmaurice has produced an artwork inspired by Empress Matilda’s dramatic escape from Oxford Castle on a freezing cold, snowy night,dressed in white.
The latest exhibition from Katesgrove artist Robert Fitzmaurice runs until 11 May at the Peacock Gallery, Maiden Erlegh School. It is called To and Fro and is subtitled a reflection on the treaty ports of Canton.
Katesgrove artist Robert Fitzmaurice entertained visitors on Thursday 8 December at the private view of his recently opened solo show ‘The peace which passes all understanding‘.
An unexpected bonus at the performances of Henry I of England by Reading Between the Lines, is the exhibition in the bar area.
Katesgrove artist Robert Fitzmaurice is opening his studio for several days this month, May 2016, as part of the West Berkshire & North Hampshire Open Studios event.
Wordup! is a collaboration between Peter Driver and Robert Fitzmaurice for Reading Year of Culture. April’s theme is ‘New Writing‘ and all the works they have produced use words.
The Reading Guild of Artists (RGA) 89th annual show opens today, 27 March, in the Sir John Madejski art gallery at Reading Museum. There is an exhibition and sale of members’ works.
Katesgrove artist Robert Fitzmaurice is one of the artists who has designed a playing card to be auctioned for the charity, Transplant Links Community.
The 25th annual ‘Open for Art Festival‘ started on 2 July and continues until 8 July. To mark this anniversary there are 25 specially curated stories. Most of the venues are in central Reading but there are a few closer to home or of local interest.
This year’s Whiteknights Studio Trail takes place on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 June and includes three artists, Carole Stephens, Linda Saul and Mark Ripley who are exhibiting at Christ Church (venue 22), the closest venue to the Whitley Pump.
Art lovers on Katesgrove Hill can leave their cars at home if they want to binge on culture this summer. The local highlight is the Whiteknights studio trail on 10-11 June. Reading University is also hosting several exhibitions over the next few months including the Reading Guild of Artists show on 15-25 June.
Some years are defined by great songs, some by great personalities, some by great tragedies. This year has been alarming both nationally and internationally, but on the oft-ignored local level, the year was defined by the sound of the tide going out on civic society. The world clearly has bigger problems than the damage wrought by the tortured thrashing … Continue reading The year on Katesgrove Hill
Where to start with Open for Art, so much going on in so many places!
The Whiteknights Studio Trail takes place this weekend, Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 June. Venues will be open from 11am until 6pm each day and the closest to the Whitley Pump is Christ Church. This wander takes in some venues, artists and exhibits of local interest.
The Whiteknights Studio Trail, a walking trail of artists’ studios in the Reading University area, will be on Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 June. Venues will be open from 11am until 6pm each day.
Robert Fitzmaurice is participating with other artists from the OHOS studio in an exhibition curated by his Wordup! collaborator Peter Driver at the Brock Keep on Oxford Road.