John Cheall, winner of the Tarpey Gallery Prize and Illuminate Prize at last years Nottingham Castle Open, will be be exhibiting at Tarpey Gallery this Autumn. John was the lucky recipient of the solo exhibition and has produced a series of new work for Synthesising the Sublime, which will open 24 September - 30 October 2016.
Tarpey Gallery are continuing their sponsorship of the Nottingham Castle Open and will again be awarding a solo exhibition to one of this years exhibitors. This is just one of over 10 prizes given by a range of generous sponsors to Nottingham Castle Open 2016 exhibitors, and the good news is there is still time to apply! The deadline for applications is Midnight on Sunday 18 September, for details of how to apply click here.
In other Tarpey related news Lois Wallace, winner of the Nottingham Castle Open 2014 Ian Robinson Prize, has won the Midlands Open main prize! Lois also exhibited in this years Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.
The Midlands Open is on now and runs until 18 September at Tarpey Gallery.