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Past Exhibitions

Following the end of each exhibition, you can continue to see it for an extended period as a Past Exhibition.

Making Ends Meet (18/03/2017 to 02/06/2017)
Large swathes of the world´s population are just about making ends meet. Many are victims of malnutrition, disease and poverty. Many also suffer at the hands of others:injured, threatened, abused. But many, though just making ends meet may be doing so successfully, with minimal stress, or perhaps less than one might imagine, and quite happilyː not that this should be cause for complacency or patronization in those who fare better. Because many of these may be doing well, but quite unhappily. The world is a strange mixture.

A Little Peace and Quiet...perhaps? (01/09/2016 to 07/10/2016)
A celebration of the land just at a time before or after or just without the presence of mankind and the animal world. Time for a little peace and quiet - maybe?

Migration and Change (08/10/2016 to 11/11/2016)
It is that time again. Autumn is coming and air, light and temperature are all changing. It is a time of “Migration and Change” where each is part of the other. Catherine Robinson’s images for this latest Green Chair Gallery exhibition show this clearly and sensitively. Whether it is through prints of birds on the move, or the huge migration of people across continents, or the changing light of the seasons, or, perhaps tangentially, through the passing of the “life seasons” of humankind. “Migration and Change” is a powerful and realistic expression of the condition of the world and its ever changing seasons

Makes You Feel - what? (18/02/2017 to 17/03/2017)
Inspired by the work of LS Lowry and Pablo Picasso, Gordon Barker finds the challenge of the blank canvas exciting, and the journey from thereon in excites him because of what he will find. But above all he is determined that his work will make people smile because for him there is too much unhappiness in this small planet we all live on.

The Stuffed Fish Dreams on (12/11/2016 to 16/12/2016)
Sofiah Garrards collages emerge from her inspired creativity, rather like a birth. Although she senses what each one is like as it develops, it is only when finished that she knows that it is so. And it is only at that point that she really understands from within what each one should be called. A fascinating process.

Taking a Break - just a pause (17/12/2016 to 17/02/2017)
After eight back to back exhibitions during the year 2016 and nine the previous year, plus a few other hectic things, we thought it was time to take a break. But a SHORT ONE only to replenish ourselves, and perhaps you the dear viewer.