‘Veils and glazes’ exhibition at Bar des Arts

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ART LOVERS from Guildford are this month (November, 2012) being invited to a bar in the town to see a new combined media art exhibition.

Gaynor Wilson and Dale Devereux Barker’s ‘Veils and Glazes’ work will be on display at Bar des Arts from Monday, November 12 until Saturday, December 1.

Sara Burks, Co-owner of Bar des Arts, which is located opposite the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Millbrook, said: “We are delighted to be showing a selection of Gaynor and Dale’s art.

“Dale is a printmaker specialising in screen prints and linocuts and his work is a celebration of colour and form. He has exhibited his work throughout the UK including in exhibitions in the Tate Britain and The British Museum.

“Gaynor has recently completed a BA in ceramics and this will be her first exhibition.”

The exhibition will take place in the gallery area at the bar and combines both artists’ work.

Sara added: “A selection of ceramics, printmaking and enamelled paintings by Dale and Gaynor will be on display. This is the first time the two artists have displayed their work together and it is a great opportunity for people to come along and see the difference between two different mediums.”

Bar des Arts is a café by day and a wine and cocktail bar by night. A range of wine, beers, cocktails and soft drinks are available to purchase, along with tapas. The bar hosts a variety of events and exhibitions, including live music, dance performances, open mic nights and many more.

The gallery at the bar is open during normal opening hours and customers are welcome to view the exhibition free of charge from Monday, November 12 until Saturday, December 1.

Date: Monday, November 12, 2012

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