Brunel Cafe Exhibition -At Work by Gerry Grogan

When:
14th September 2017 @ 10:00 – 17:00
2017-09-14T10:00:00+01:00
2017-09-14T17:00:00+01:00
Where:
Brunel Museum
Railway Ave
London SE16
UK
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Brunel Museum
0207 231 3840

Brunel Museum Cafe Gallery Gerri Grogan exhibitionAt Work by Gerri Grogan

The Brunel Museum Café Gallery presents My Herd, an exhibition by Gerri Grogan

‘At Work’ is a continuation of a preoccupation with the River and its industrial role, both past and present. Looking at the ever-decreasing active working factories along the river, I have felt compelled to record in particular the still-functioning Tate & Lyle Factory. Seeing the moving cranes, loading and unloading, the array of vibrant colours moving against an otherwise grey and uninspiring backdrop has given me both a sense of history and a real physical enjoyment of colour for its own sake.

Most of my work is done from direct observation, trying to capture a fleeting sense of light, weather and time as well as elements of more solid and substantial industrial machinery, using oil paints, oil pastels and other drawing materials.

About Gerri:

BA Fine Art Painting Wolverhampton Polytechnic
MA Art and Archaeology in Asian Art and Architecture
Art Teaching 11-18 Year olds over 20 years
Restarted practice February 2016
Open Studios – Thames Side Studios, Woolwich 2016 and 2017
Painting Open 2016 – No Format Gallery, Deptford

At Work by Gerri Grogan
7th August – 30th September, 10a to 5pm daily
Private view 10th September 6pm – 830pm
Brunel Museum, Railway Avenue SE16 4LF

 

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Brunel Museum Café

Brunel Museum Café

The Brunel Museum

The Museum is an educational charity run by volunteers and tells the story of one of the world’s great engineering dynasties. Brunel organised the world’s first underground concert party here in 1827, and the Museum celebrates and interprets music and theatre as well as engineering.

The Brunel Museum Cafe gallery

The recently refurbished Brunel Museum Café sells tea and coffee and delicious cakes by Kai’s Kitchen. Open Museum hours. The Café is also a gallery and hosts a series of exhibitions by talented local artists and photographers. The Brunel Museum Cafe offer free entry to see the exhibition with the option to visit the museum and discover what makes Brunel one of the most famous engineers in British History.

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