In January 2012, BRINK, a ‘not-for-profit’ contemporary arts organisation based in Kenilworth, will be presenting the works of seventeen local and regional artists in a new showcase at “The Tiltyard” in Leyes Lane, Kenilworth, Warwickshire.
From Monday, 16th January until Sunday, 11th March 2012, Tiltyard visitors will have the opportunity to view an eclectic and fascinating collection of works by established and emerging artists, portraying local landscapes and nature.
The ‘Pigs Might Fly…’ exhibition will showcase paintings, drawings, watercolours and prints by Stuart Ellis, Caroline Gatehouse, Paula Hamilton, Arthur Howe, Tracy Jolly, Dan Kehily-Jones, David Lewis, Nicholas Logan, Louise Morgan, Clare Sherwen, Kathryn Wickson, and the photographic work of Alison Baskerville, James Callaghan, David Chantrey, Cyril Hobbins and Peter Moore. There will also be a small, humorous, sculptural installation by BRINK Co-Founder Tim Robottom.
The Tiltyard, a friendly, family pub, offering a fine selection of wines and beers, traditional ales and home cooked food, is open:
Monday 5pm – Midnight, Tuesday-Thursday; 11.30 – 2.30pm and 5pm – Midnight;
Friday-Saturday 11.30am – Midnight, and Sunday from Noon – 11.30pm.
BRINK are also offering a lucky winner the opportunity to be one of the first people to own Bill Zygmant’s exclusive John Lennon print, inspired by the work of Andy Warhol. Tickets are available for just £1 at Kenilworth Wines, in Talisman Square, and Town & Country Furniture, in Abbey End. Alternatively, tickets can be purchased online via PayPal: firstname.lastname@example.org and your ticket number and code will be sent via e-mail within 24 hours. BRINK would also like to advise participants that the original draw date of 26th January has been extended: the winning ticket will now be drawn on Monday, 27th February and the winner will be notified by 28th February 2012.
BRINK is a new, ‘not for profit’ arts organisation based in Kenilworth, Warwickshire.
The organisation was founded in October 2010 by artist/curator Tim Robottom and writer/curator Sarah Silver, both of whom grew up in Kenilworth.
BRINK’s aim is to raise awareness of contemporary art and render it more accessible to the public, whilst promoting talented, emerging artists, through the organisation of events and shows that occur in less traditional exhibition spaces.
Another of our key objectives is to provide Kenilworth and the surrounding area with high-quality cultural events of local, regional, national and international relevance, which encourage the involvement of the local community.
Area – West Midlands