Posts Tagged: Gallery in the Attic

William Joel Davenport

On my shortlist of the most significant artists in Peterborough is William Joel Davenport. Born and bred in Peterborough, he is a self-taught artist who flies under the radar, but whose work is usually the first to fly off the

William Joel Davenport

On my shortlist of the most significant artists in Peterborough is William Joel Davenport. Born and bred in Peterborough, he is a self-taught artist who flies under the radar, but whose work is usually the first to fly off the

The Bender Frame Project - Photo by John Marriss

John Marris

You’d think it would be easy to take a photo in these days of point and shoot, Instagram filters, auto-focus and Photoshop. But no exotic landscape, professional lighting or high-end camera can make magic the way a photographer like John

The Bender Frame Project - Photo by John Marriss

John Marris

You’d think it would be easy to take a photo in these days of point and shoot, Instagram filters, auto-focus and Photoshop. But no exotic landscape, professional lighting or high-end camera can make magic the way a photographer like John

Praying Man by Lyall Brownlee

Lyall Brownlee: The Significance of Insignificant Matter

There is something alien and queasy about Lyall Brownlee’s paintings and sculptures and it’s not that easy to find a way in to them. His recent show at Gallery in the Attic, entitled The Significance of Insignificant Matter, finally gives

Praying Man by Lyall Brownlee

Lyall Brownlee: The Significance of Insignificant Matter

There is something alien and queasy about Lyall Brownlee’s paintings and sculptures and it’s not that easy to find a way in to them. His recent show at Gallery in the Attic, entitled The Significance of Insignificant Matter, finally gives

Jimson Bowler: Muskrat Love (Zhusk Ode Min)

They don’t come any more original than Jimson Bowler. When I walked down the ramp at the Art Gallery of Peterborough where his show Muskrat Love (Zhusk Ode Min) is installed, I started squealing with delight. This is full blaze gonzo

Jimson Bowler: Muskrat Love (Zhusk Ode Min)

They don’t come any more original than Jimson Bowler. When I walked down the ramp at the Art Gallery of Peterborough where his show Muskrat Love (Zhusk Ode Min) is installed, I started squealing with delight. This is full blaze gonzo