COVID : Carey Blyth Gallery will be closed during National Lockdown from 5 November until 2 December 2020. Post Lockdown, your safety and protection is our priority - one visitor or two visitors from same household or bubble at a time. Masks & sanitizer provided. Private appointments to the gallery are welcome : email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Jenny Blyth Fine Art at CAREY BLYTH GALLERY (Regular Hours: Wed-Sun from 11-4 pm) is located in the heart of Oxford at 8 Woodstock Road OX2 6HT. The gallery shows work by a stable of artists (See artist tabs in menu above to explore work) in solo and mixed exhibitions on a rolling programme. There is always something new to see at the gallery and when closed you can make enquiries by email to : email@example.com
'I find that I am chasing beauty and trust that you will find something beautiful in the gallery to savour for years to come. I have a profound love of the natural world and much of the art that I exhibit is grounded in the tradition of landscape and still life whether abstracted or figurative.' : firstname.lastname@example.org
Jenny Blyth has thirty years experience in contemporary art as curator and gallerist. She was curator at Saatchi Gallery 1990-2002 and ran a floating gallery for ten years thereafter, originating projects and mounting exhibitions largely in London, Manchester and Oxford. Jenny Blyth Fine Art (JBFA) curated 40 exhibitions at Art Jericho in Oxford between 2010 and 2017, and opened Carey Blyth Gallery in September 2019.
FORTHCOMING (post-lockdown) : Claire CHRISTIE SADLER : The Western Highlands & Isles : shape-shifting shadows and light across the water in graphite and charcoal on paper capture the moods, the quiet and the magic of the Highlands.
CURRENTLY showing at CBG : Highlights from CONTEMPLATION : SNOW INTO WATER, curated by Jenny Blyth for North Wall Arts Centre Oxford, is an exhibition of paintings by Chloe FREMANTLE and textiles by Cassandra WALL. Both artists are inspired by the sheer beauty of nature from micro to macro - from snowflakes, petals and feathers to landscapes of heather clad hills. Chloe Fremantle's Memento Mori series have been inspired by the view from the Alpes Maritimes looking out over the Cote d'Azure . The overall theme of the exhibition is patterning - repetition in form and colour - and how that induces a sense of calm in us as viewers. The exhibition is joyous and experiential, and reviewed in Oxford Times.
Projects outside of CBG include Contemplation :Snow Into Water (September 2020) and Touching the Earth (May 2019) at North Wall Arts Centre, Oxford and an exhibition of photography by Jenny BLYTH at Wolfson College, Oxford in February 2019.
Consultations for Artists : Studio visits, crits and advice on work and path forward for artists, please email : email@example.com