A Life in Colour by David Jewkes
Until Saturday 14th July 2018
An exhibition acknowledging that life is a game of chances has opened in the Millennium Gallery at Nantwich Museum. A Life in Colour by local artist David Jewkes will run until Saturday 14 July 2018.
David comments “This exhibition represents all that I love about life and painting and a reflection of my interesting life”. He often paints carousels because he sees life as one big merry-go-round. Over the years, anti-war themes have been replaced by softer subjects such as fairgrounds, although they still acknowledge the theme that life is a game of chances.
Aged 19 and a senior aircraftman with the Royal Air Force, David was sent to the Falkland Islands to repair the damage inflicted by the 1982 conflict. Whilst there, clearing landmines, he witnessed the scars of war which were to leave him with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). He promised himself that if he survived his six-month tour of duty in the south Atlantic he would go to art school.
Coming Soon to the Millennium Gallery
|A Life in Colour||David Jewkes|
'Dabber' David Jewkes explores his life in this colourful exhibition. David has recently been involved in the Crewe Jigsaw which in on display at Crewe Railway Station.
|18th April - 14th July 2018|
|Welsh Row Through the Ages||Nantwich Research Group|
Research is currently being carried out for this exhibition. If you would like to find out how you can get involved email: email@example.com
|18th July - 13th October 2018|
|Nantwich Buildings and Other Places||Simon Bowler|
Original drawings and prints in pen, ink and colour pencil
|5th June - 21st July 2018|
A group of non-professional textile artists who regularly meet in Nantwich
|23rd July - 1st September 2018|
|Paint and Print||Margaret Gill and Barbara Barlow |
Sharing the works of local artists through a range of works including still life, studies and locally inspired subjects.
|4th September - 27th October 2018|
|Representing the People||Nantwich Museum Research Group|
Celebrating 100 years of political representation of women in a Nantwich context
|30th October - 8th December 2018|