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PAUL KELLEY - furniture & installations

JUSTINE RANDALL - tapestry & drawings


Sunday 29 April to Sunday 17 June 2018

Open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays 2 - 6 pm

Otherwise open by appointment. To visit please just contact us

Paul Kelley's
cube installations have been shown at both the 2016 and 2017 Venice Biennales. His latest installation is displayed in Frankfurt, Germany, at the Tishman Speyer Headquarters building. He has produced new work for our HemingwayArt show, a collaboration between himself and Justine Randall.

Justine Randall uses traditional methods to hand-weave largescale tapestries in geometric designs. Her work has been shown at the Barbican Centre, and also in ‘New British Textile Art’ Touring Tokyo & Tamagawa. Alongside her hand-dyed tapestries she will be showing her subtle colour drawings.

Pennwood House Gallery, Pound Lane, Cassington, Oxford OX29 4BN view map

Please call us on 01865 883991

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