Carol Peace, 25 Year Anniversary Show, A Bristol Celebration

Paintworks Event Space, Bath Road, Bristol, BS4 3EH

studio@carolpeace.com
https://carolpeace.com

Friday 10 November 2017 – Sunday 19 November 2017
Opening Hours: 10am to 6pm
No need to book

Preview

Special Evening Preview
Thursday 9th November, 18:00 – 21:00
All welcome, free entry, no ticket required

This November, Carol is celebrating 25 years of being an artist in Bristol with an 11-day extravaganza of sculpture, drawing, painting, words, food and music, centred around a large show in the Paintworks Event Space.

Founder of the Bristol Drawing School, Carol Peace is a figurative sculptor who could not work without drawing. In 1992, she graduated from Winchester School of Art and set up studio in the Bristol Sculpture Shed, which would later become Spike Island, she later moved to Paintworks in 2004.

Her intensely personal work is shown and collected all over Europe as well as in Hong Kong, Singapore, United States and Canada. Alongside many public art installations and galleries throughout the UK, her large-scale work is permanently on show at Glyndebourne and at the Dorchester’s country house hotel in Ascot.

The main exhibition event will showcase her work, from the life-size to the minuscule, referencing the last 25 years and with the drawings, writing and paintings that are integral to it. Events will be held at the Paintworks Event Space, Bath Road, Bristol, 10th to 19th November 2017, with preview night on the 9th November.

Full details of all events can be found here https://carolpeace.com

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