Picasso ceramics make rare appearance in St Ives exhibition
ORIGINAL Picasso ceramic editions are to make a rare appearance in St Ives as part of an exhibition featuring the works of two fast-emerging abstract artists.
The Picasso editions, which will be available for sale, have been chosen to complement the works of Berkshire painter and print-maker Simon Nash and Shropshire sculptor Jeremy Schrecker in their St Ives Festival collaboration at the Salthouse Gallery.
The ceramics have been supplied by Ceramiques du Chateau in Antibes, the Cote D’Azure, a leading gallery specialising in Picasso ceramics, close to the Picasso Museum.
Picasso lived in Antibes in 1946. Up to eight of his edition pieces will be shown in the St Ives exhibition.
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The exhibition, from September 19 to 24, is the second St Ives September Festival collaboration between Nash and Schrecker who exhibited together last year at the Salthouse Gallery.
Simon Nash’s work is heavily influenced by St Ives and the St Ives Artist’s Colony. Over the past 20 years he has produced works in various media, including at The St Ives School of Painting and the Penwith Printmakers Workshops.
Jeremy Schrecker also graduated from Winchester School of Art before undertaking post-graduate studies in sculpture at the Royal College of Art.
Inspired by the 20th century Modernist movement he is fast gaining a reputation among art buyers, both in this country and abroad, for high quality bronze sculptures that are regarded as ‘exquisite’.
The Salthouse Gallery is located in Norway Square, St Ives.
For further information about the artists visit.simonnash.me.uk and www.schrecker.co.uk. For further information about Picasso ceramic editions and the Ceramique du Chateau visit www.ceramiquesduchateau.com