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New exhibition in Leeds.

I am currently showing four of my little bird paintings at Gallery 180, 180 Harrogate Road, Chapel Allerton, Leeds, LS7 4NZ. The show is an open exhibition, so is made up of work by many artists selected from an open submission. The four paintings I had selected are:-

All the work is for sale and is competitively priced. The gallery is quite small, so if you visit and can’t see any paintings you would like to see please ask the gallery staff and they will get the work for you if it is still available.

New Studio.

I am currently in the process of moving studio after a very productive 14 years in my current one. Thankfully I am not going far, moving from one side of Redbrick Mill to the other. I will post further details and pictures of the new studio once I have moved.

The Football Art Prize.

The Football Art Prize is a new open exhibition opportunity for artists worldwide, created to coincide with the 2022 World Cup by Touchstones, Rochdale, with generous support from Arts Council England, to celebrate art and football.

The Football Art Prize Exhibition, which features two of my paintings, has now completed its run at the Millenium Galleries in Sheffield and is now on its way to Sunderland. It will be at the Sunderland Museum & Winter Gardens from Saturday 19th November until Saturday 11th March, 2023.

The two paintings I had selected are “Sunday Morning” and “Changing Rooms”.

“Sunday morning” is set close to Auntie Audrey’s old house in Ravensthorpe. I have painted the garages many times, but in this one I included a football match being played in the fields behind. It reminds me very much of the fields we used to play on as kids, and how on Sunday mornings we had to leave the pitch so that blokes from local teams could play their matches. I first exhibited this painting in the Lynn Painter Stainers Prize Exhibition at the Mall Galleries back in 2013.

“Changing rooms” is a very simple painting of the changing rooms at Marsden FC and is one of a series of paintings I did in Marsden back in 2017. A series of objects in the foreground are references to an incident which happened many years ago, not in Marsden I should add, involving a friend who happened to be a referee. I will say no more!

Tony Noble, November 2022.


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New Commissions.

These two small paintings were recently completed, just in time for Christmas. Many thanks to the people who asked for these doing. Commissioned work is always welcome.


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