Curator’s Tour of The Clive Beardsmore Interventions and St Ives Artists exhibition

Curator’s Tour

Saturday 11 July, 2pm

Curator’s Tour of The Clive Beardsmore Interventions and St Ives Artists exhibition.

Free, everyone welcome. To book your free place in advance please call 01922 654400.


 

 

 

The Clive Beardsmore Gift Interventions in the Garman Ryan Galleries

This selection of Interventions into the Garman Ryan Collection are some of the highlights of a donation of 200 artworks received by the Gallery in 2014 from Birmingham-based private collector Clive Beardsmore. Clive has a longstanding association with our collections, haivng worked at the old Walsall Art Gallery in the early 1970s, coinciding with the time Walsall received Kathleen Garman’s gift. This body of work is the largest individual donation to our collections since The Garman Ryan Collection.


St Ives Artists from The Clive Beardsmore Gift

This in-focus exhibition from The Clive Beardsmore Collection looks at a body of work by artists associated with the Cornish harbour town of St Ives, which during and after the Second World War was home to a wide range of leading abstract artists, who sought quiet refuge from the atrocities which had been happening across Europe and gained inspiration away from the hectic pace of London. 

 

 

 

 

The Clive Beardsmore Gift Interventions in the Garman Ryan Galleries

This selection of Interventions into the Garman Ryan Collection are some of the highlights of a donation of 200 artworks received by the Gallery in 2014 from Birmingham-based private collector Clive Beardsmore. Clive has a longstanding association with our collections, haivng worked at the old Walsall Art Gallery in the early 1970s, coinciding with the time Walsall received Kathleen Garman’s gift. This body of work is the largest individual donation to our collections since The Garman Ryan Collection.

 

St Ives Artists from The Clive Beardsmore Gift

This in-focus exhibition from The Clive Beardsmore Collection looks at a body of work by artists associated with the Cornish harbour town of St Ives, which during and after the Second World War was home to a wide range of leading abstract artists, who sought quiet refuge from the atrocities which had been happening across Europe and gained inspiration away from the hectic pace of London.