Keith Barrell NDD. ATC.(LON.)  - Classical roots with a modern touch

Keith BarrellI have been fortunate to receive invitations to show my work at the following locations.


Exhibitions

Well the exhibition at Kent County Council has come to a close and I am really overwhelmed by the comments and the very generous donations and not least the purchases of my work. Thank You !

 

The raffle for the box canvas painting has been completed and I thank all of you who kindly donated to the Alzheimer's Society of Kent.

You can still donate to Keith's chosen charity via the Just Giving website at www.justgiving.com/Keith-Barrell

You can text your donation too by texting the code KBAR75 along with the value to 70070.Eg KBAR75 5 will donate £5, KBAR75 1 will donate £1.

Vodafone will confirm your donation and give you the option to make your payment with Gift Aid at no extra cost to you.

A selection of Private View photographs - Robert Franke Photography. (www.facebook.com/RobertFrankePhotography).


Previous Exhibitions

McKenzie Pavilion Gallery 2009 - Finsbury Park as part of the GFest 09 GLBT Arts Festival.

The Bentlif Art Price 2006

02 Dec 2006 - 04 Feb 2007, Maidstone Museum & Bentlif Art Gallery, St Faith's Street, Maidstone, Kent ME14 1LH

The Great Art Christmas Fair
30 Nov - 3 Dec 2006, Alexandra Palace, London.

South East Open Studios - Winter Exhibition
Hosted by the Bradbourne Gallery, Bradbourme School, Sevenoaks, Kent.

SLATE Group Exhibition
By Art educators and independent exhibitors. St. Peter's Church, Sandwich.

Bakehouse Gallery
1 Chandos Road, Broadstairs, Kent

SEOS 2005 (South East Open Studio Programme).

Portico Gallery
Riverhead, Kent TN13 2BU

GALA Gallery, Brighton

SEOS 2003/04 (South East Open Studio Programme).
Open Day visits to my working Gallery.

Portico Gallery, Riverhead, Kent

Montserrat Gallery, New York. (view pictures)

The New Art Centre (NAC) Kent.

Santa Fe Restaurant, Bluewater, Kent.

Group Exhibition at the Maidstone Art Gallery

Group Exhibition at the Maidstone Museum Art Gallery

Annual Open Exhibitions at the South London Art Gallery, Camberwell


Purchasers Include

Greater London Council - Ceramic Sculpture Commission

UK and International Private Collectors

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