The Storm – Exclusive release of a chapter from Silent Quarter by Tim Lane

The Storm – Exclusive release of a chapter from Silent Quarter by Tim Lane

  Exclusive first look at The Storm from Tim Lane’s Silent Quarter currently being crowdfunded on Kickstarter. Click here to back the project and get your copy           Click here to share on Twitter

Two exciting upcoming projects: Charles Emerson in Japan and Tim Lane’s new book ‘Silent Quarter’

Two exciting upcoming projects: Charles Emerson in Japan and Tim Lane’s new book ‘Silent Quarter’

Over the last few months (aside from art fairs) we have been developing two ambitious upcoming projects: the commissioning of new work by Charles Emerson in Japan and the publishing of Tim Lane’s second book Silent Quarter. We can now …

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#AntlersThrowback

#AntlersThrowback

Celebrating Antlers turning five is a catalyst for a new Twitter and Instagram #throwback programme we are launching. We will be looking back through the archives and posting an image from the last five years, featuring previous: events, projects and memories. We …

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Antlers is Five

Antlers is Five

To celebrate Antlers turning five years old this December we are offering all friends of Antlers a £5 voucher to spend on their online order this Christmas. Share in our Birthday celebrations and redeem your digital voucher from 2 Dec – …

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Artists #TakeoverAntlers Instagram

Artists #TakeoverAntlers Instagram

It gives us pleasure to announce an upcoming programme of artists taking over our Antlers Instagram account: @AntlersGallery / #TakeoverAntlers. In these ‘day in the life of…’ 24-hour Instagram takeovers we will be giving the reins to artists we work …

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Jerwood Drawing Prize 2015: Anouk Mercier + Juliette Losq

Jerwood Drawing Prize 2015: Anouk Mercier + Juliette Losq

We were delighted to see Anouk Mercier and Juliette Losq nominated for the prestigious Jerwood Drawing Prize 2015. Jerwood Visual Arts is a contemporary gallery programme of awards, exhibitions and events at Jerwood Space, London and on tour nationally. Jerwood …

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Artist Interview: Sam Branton

Artist Interview: Sam Branton

In the upcoming Hampstead AAF (11 – 15 June) we are showcasing the surreal work of artist Sam Branton for the first time. For the Art Fair we will be presenting works from Sam’s latest Deluge series – a collection of miniature drawings …

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Antlers Art Consultancy

Antlers Art Consultancy

Are you looking for artwork for your home, workplace or client? We understand that art has a transformative quality that can enhance a diverse range of spaces. With over four years experience in producing exhibitions in off-site locations around Bristol, …

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‘The Tragedy of Landscape’ Artist Interview: Ambrosine Allen

‘The Tragedy of Landscape’ Artist Interview: Ambrosine Allen

Could you tell us a little about your background and what you have been up to recently? I came to art through drawing, which I spent four years studying. This culminated in an MA that took me to London. I’ve …

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‘The Tragedy of Landscape’ Artist Interview: Wieland Payer

‘The Tragedy of Landscape’ Artist Interview: Wieland Payer

Could you tell us a little about your background and what you have been up to recently? I am a German artist, did a Diploma degree at the Burg Giebichenstein, Halle/ S in drawing and printmaking and subsequently did an …

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‘The Tragedy of Landscape’ Artist Interview: Juliette Losq

‘The Tragedy of Landscape’ Artist Interview: Juliette Losq

Could you tell us a little about your background and what you have been up to recently? I have been making and exhibiting work for the past ten years, since I left my job in the City and retrained at …

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‘The Tragedy of Landscape’ Artist Interview: Reece Jones

‘The Tragedy of Landscape’ Artist Interview: Reece Jones

Could you tell us a little about your background and what you have been up to recently? I graduated from the Royal Academy in 2002 and set up studio at a project space run by myself and a group of …

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Exclusive Collectors Evening + Artist’s Tour

Exclusive Collectors Evening + Artist’s Tour

Tuesday 24th February, 6.30pm Griffin Gallery, The Studio Building, 21, Evesham Street, London, W11 4AJ  Antlers Gallery and Griffin Gallery are excited to be co-hosting a collector focused evening at Griffin Gallery’s West London space to celebrate the Antlers curated exhibition The Tragedy of Landscape. Join …

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‘You Move Me’ Exhibition Review

‘You Move Me’ Exhibition Review

Below is an Exhibition Review of You Move Me by one of our Gallery Assistants – Alexandra Spender. Our last day of the exhibition is tomorrow (Saturday 10 January) so make sure you come and take a look if you …

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‘You Move Me’ Artist Interview: Jo Lathwood

‘You Move Me’ Artist Interview: Jo Lathwood

This is the final few days of our current exhibition ‘You Move Me’ which is open until Saturday 10 January. As part of the show we have released a series of blog interviews with each of the artists involved. Below is the last …

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Charles Emerson – Intelligent Life Photo Essay

Charles Emerson – Intelligent Life Photo Essay

In a stunning new photo essay published in the latest instalment of Intelligent Life magazine – Charles Emerson expands on his Mountains series which saw him venturing to Romania, Jordan and to photograph the mountain of his childhood holidays: Buachaille Etive Mor …

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‘You Move Me’ Artist Interview: Helen Jones

‘You Move Me’ Artist Interview: Helen Jones

As part of our current Antlers Gallery exhibition You Move Me for Winter 14/15 – we are releasing a series of blog interviews with each of the artists involved in the show. In this latest instalment we caught up with Bristol-based artist …

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‘You Move Me’ Artist Interview: Synnøve Fredericks

‘You Move Me’ Artist Interview: Synnøve Fredericks

As part of our new Antlers Gallery exhibition You Move Me for Winter 14/15 – we are releasing a series of blog interviews with each of the artists involved in the show. The third artist interview is with Synnøve Fredericks, who delves into …

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‘You Move Me’ Artist Interview: Olivia Jones

‘You Move Me’ Artist Interview: Olivia Jones

As part of our new Antlers Gallery exhibition You Move Me for Winter 14/15 – we are releasing a series of blog interviews with each of the artists involved in the show. The second interview in this series is with Olivia Jones, …

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‘You Move Me’ Artist Interview: Laurie Lax

‘You Move Me’ Artist Interview: Laurie Lax

Antlers Gallery are excited to announce that as part of our new exhibition You Move Me for Winter 14/15 we are releasing a series of blog interviews with each of the artists involved in the show. In this first instalment Laurie Lax provides insight …

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Antlers Bath

Antlers Bath

Antlers Bath is a new venture which sees us collaborate with Bath based entrepreneur Geoffrey Breeze on a series of three solo shows this Autumn Winter. Antlers will be programming and producing the shows and Geoffrey will be at the …

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Art by Antlers – Tim Lane: Bangshanky

Art by Antlers – Tim Lane: Bangshanky

  Our next instalment from Art by Antlers sees limited edition prints by Tim Lane in Bangshanky. All of the works are for sale and can be purchased directly from the venue. Earlier this week Art by Antlers was delighted to install …

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Artist Interview: Jemma Appleby

Artist Interview: Jemma Appleby

Jemma’s work focuses on the relationship between architecture and landscape. She explores this relationship by integrating architectural structures, such as Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonian houses and Ron Arad’s design museum, into her landscapes bringing together links between the natural world …

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Bristol Art Map

Bristol Art Map

We are excited to announce that Antlers Gallery are part of the first instalment of the Bristol Art Map.  Launching in May 2014, the Bristol Art Map (BAM) will be a user-friendly guide – available in both print and digital …

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Support Anima Mundi Kickstarter Campaign

Support Anima Mundi Kickstarter Campaign

From 10 April – 10 May we are looking for your support to raise £8000 to fund the printing and binding of Tim Lane’s artwork Anima Mundi as a limited edition artist bookwork. As a thank you for you financial support …

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Artist Interview : Dorcas Casey

Artist Interview : Dorcas Casey

Dorcas Casey’s work is a result of her impulse to make physical the recurring figures and motifs from her dreams. The wildlife forms she sculpts from pieces of old cloth and discarded materials explore subconscious interpretations of familiar images and …

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Art by Antlers – Rose Sanderson: Bangshanky

Art by Antlers – Rose Sanderson: Bangshanky

  Art by Antlers is a new venture which sees stunning original works and edition prints exhibited in varying locations in Bristol and beyond. All of the pieces on show are for sale and can be purchased directly from the …

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Artist Profile: Jessica Bartlett

Artist Profile: Jessica Bartlett

Experiencing each piece of Jessica Bartlett’s work is a process of discovery. What can first appear to be a blank canvas reveals its subject on closer inspection and as the light hits it the scored ridges of the image. Jessica …

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Artist Interview: Geoff Diego Litherland

Artist Interview: Geoff Diego Litherland

Geoff’s work explores the tension between the natural world and its grasping appropriation by human influence. It draws from traditional genres of painting together with the rusty surrealism of science fiction and the fantasia of abstraction to create a parallel …

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Exhibition Review: Spatial

Exhibition Review: Spatial

We have been very interested to hear feedback about the artists work in our current exhibition Spatial. Here Andy Chadwick gives his personal response: Spatial is not so much a departure, but a progression of the themes Bristol’s nomadic gallery …

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Artist Interview: Sarah Jeffs

Artist Interview: Sarah Jeffs

Sarah experiments with photographic techniques under constructed studio conditions to create beautiful and mysterious objects and scenes. Her ‘Crystalline Planets Series’ represent microcosms of the immense expanses of space. The technique she employs involves long exposure photography of amethyst, quartz …

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Artist Interview: Matthieu Leger

Artist Interview: Matthieu Leger

Since graduating with a First Class Honours from Falmouth, Matthieu has gone on to have successful exhibitions across the country. His work concerns aspects of the psychological, and his Borderland series marks a return to graphite drawing for an artist …

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Artist Interview: Mr Mead

Artist Interview: Mr Mead

Mr Mead is a fine artist and illustrator working in pen and ink, often on a large scale with incredible attention to detail. Mead’s artwork is driven by his fixation and childhood terror of anthropomorphism. Working from the eminent Jamaica …

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Artist Interview: Rose Sanderson

Artist Interview: Rose Sanderson

Rose Sanderson’s pieces depict the smaller members of the animal kingdom such as insects and birds. From her tight, specimen like representations on antique book covers, to her larger, more dramatic and dynamic paintings, Rose attempts to show the frailty …

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Artist Interview: Kate Evans

Artist Interview: Kate Evans

Alongside her work as a freelance illustrator, Kate Evans has been developing her own fine art practice. As the latest addition to Antlers’ stable of artists, Kate talks us through her Wilderness Series. Against a white wall, the expanse of …

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Artist Interview : Camille Douch

Artist Interview : Camille Douch

Camille Douch creates sculptures, which inject creativity and life into the modern, industrial world in which we live.  Only recently graduating from Bath School of Art and Design, Camille’s unusual and charming approach, utilising the potential of everyday materials, from …

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Artist Interview : Charles Emerson

Artist Interview : Charles Emerson

‘Boch-isle E-tiff More’, is apparently the correct pronunciation for Charles Emerson’s Buachaille Etive Mòr series. Named after the mountain they depict, these photographs form an imposing set of images that document the same landscape as both it, and the photographer …

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Artist Interview: Rebecca Hiscocks

Artist Interview: Rebecca Hiscocks

Rebecca Hiscocks produces intricate drawings using a layered, almost collage like process of composition. Using a pen instead of a scalpel, she explores the innerworkings of both the human and animal body. Her detailed work reveals the beauty in what …

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Artist Interview: Tim Lane

Artist Interview: Tim Lane

Tim Lane has shown with Antlers since its very beginning. His drawings and paintings, inspired by literature and ancient mythology, have long been attracting attention throughout Bristol and beyond. With its roots in storytelling, it is fitting that his work …

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http://www.antlersgallery.com/wp-content/themes/Antlers_2 Artist Interview: Anouk Mercier

Artist Interview: Anouk Mercier

Anouk Mercier’s solo show ‘Excursus’ brings together a body of work produced over the last 8 months, since she took the decision to dedicate herself to her practice full-time. Based in Bristol since completing her Fine Art BA at the …

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Artist Interview : Helen Jones

Artist Interview : Helen Jones

When I meet Helen Jones to talk about her latest body of work for the ‘Still Chaos’ exhibition she tells me an anecdote. ‘For my 18th birthday I went to the Ritz in Manchester, and I was so excited. But …

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Artist Interview: Max Naylor

Artist Interview: Max Naylor

Our second artist interview is with Max Naylor. Max creates windows into half-remembered worlds that suspend somewhere between dreams and reality.  As well as the landscapes and cityscapes Max has exhibited with Antlers, he has also made larger, sprawling, stream-of-consciousness …

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Artist Interview: Amy Timms

Artist Interview: Amy Timms

Our first interview is with Amy Timms. Amy’s bright gouache paintings of doe and decaying organs have been captivating our gallery visitors for the past year. Using the plants and animals that inhabit her surroundings, she invites the viewer to question their preconceptions of the nature of beauty and the beauty of nature. We asked her to talk about her creative process.

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