A Road Not Taken

Painting and the Metaphor of the Journey

Curated by Terry Greene and Stephen Buckeridge

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Exhibition dates: 16 June - 6 September 2018 

Private View: Tuesday 10 July, 6-8pm

Opening times: Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm, Saturday 9am - 4pm,  Sunday closed

The Crypt Hall is often occupied for meetings so please check with Parish Office (020 7935 7315) before planning your visit.

The Crypt, St Marylebone Parish Church, 17, Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LT



A Road Not Taken is a ‘journey’ of encounters that explores the idea that artists offer us abstractions of experience. By considering the physical act of painting in terms of a journey, the art object describes or embodies the inner territory through which the artists navigate. The art object functions as evidence for a ‘place’ visited, seen and experienced.

The paintings in this show, like postcards, are human and intimate. You know the artist have physically touched them. They are sending you something of themselves.

A Road not taken includes work by: Tony Antrobus, Karl BielikClaudia Böse, Stephen Buckeridge, Susan Cantrick, Catherine Ferguson, Terry Greene, Sue Kennington, Katrin Mäurich, David Webb and Ashley West.


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