Sculpture Exhibitions

2021 Sculpture Exhibitions

Due to Covid-19 the usual exhibitions and art fairs were re-arranged or delayed. Pashley Manor Gardens continues to the end of September.

The Affordable Art Fair at Battersea will take place from 21-24 October where I am exhiiting with the Linda Blackstone Gallery

2020 Sculpture Exhibitions

John Brown’s contemporary sculpture is shown on a regular basis either in one person shows or mixed  sculpture exhibitions in galleries throughout the UK, including  Sculpt Gallery near Tiptree in Essex,  and Hunter Gallery, Bury St Edmunds,  Thompson’s Gallery, London.  His work is also available at Kelling Design Chelsea. He exhibits at major art fairs and sculpture gardens throughout Britain.

Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic  several of these exhibitions were cancelled.

However most of the venues will be showing my  sculptures on their websites which would have been on exhibition.  Just go to the links below.

After having taken part in nine exhibitions last year, I am now embarking on planning the forthcoming shows for 2020, a list of which you see below.

  • Affordable Art Fair Battersea, Battersea:            12- 15  March                                      
  • Sculpture in Particular, Pashley Manor.              25 – 30 May  – cancelled
  • Pashley Manor Gardens, Ticehurst, E. Sussex:  1 April – 30 September   Now Open                   
  • Cotswold Sculpture Park, Somerford Keynes     1 April – 30 September   Now Open
  • Affordable Art Fair, Hampstead                            29 April – 3rd May – cancelled
  • Art for Cure at Glemham Hall, Suffolk                8 – 10 May  – cancelled.    

I am delighted to again have been asked to display my sculpture at Pashley Manor Gardens, Ticehurst, East Sussex which continues until the end of September – an enjoyable day out for garden and art-lovers alike.   They have a special ‘Sculpture in Particular’ week in May with smaller works for sale in the house and longer opening hours.  During this special week and reflecting the garden setting there is also an exhibition and sale of floral and botanical art in the Garden Room Café and in the Gift Shop.

Cotswold Sculpture Park at The Paddocks, Somerford Keynes, Cirencester GL7 6FE is a new venue for me. The owners David Hartland and his wife Serena Stevens bought the land in 1997 when it was a wild thistle field and now it was been transformed into a beautiful woodland with ponds, gardens and glades. Over 150 sculptors will be taking part in this summerlong exhibition.http://cotswoldsculpturepark.co.uk/art-for-sale/

Art for Cure is a charity which supports breast cancer research and treatment nationally and in Suffolk.  During the May Bank Holiday 2020 there will be over 80 artists and sculptors exhibiting in the magnificent house and grounds of Glemham Hall in Suffolk.http://www.artforcure.org.uk

At the Affordable Art Fairs at Battersea and Hampstead  I will be showing my sculpture and paintings again on the Linda Blackstone Gallery stand.http://www.lindablackstone.com/site/john-brown/page/2/

Don’t forget that, at the Bow House Gallery at John Brown’s home and Studio in Barnet Herts, you are welcome to visit by appointment to view my sculpture which is complemented with a new series of acrylic paintings showing a different side to John’s creativity.  Some of these have been shown at the Affordable Art Fair and were received extremely well.

I hope we shall meet up sometime soon.

2019 Sculpture Exhibitions

John Brown’s contemporary sculpture is shown on a regular basis either in one person shows or mixed  sculpture exhibitions in galleries throughout the UK, including Bohun Gallery, Henley-on-Thames, Sculpt Gallery near Tiptree in Essex,  and Hunter Gallery, Bury St Edmunds,  Thompson’s Gallery, London, and Gallery 1066 Fine Art, Baldock, Hertfordshire.  He also exhibits at major art fairs and sculpture gardens throughout Britain.

  • Bohun Gallery, Henley on Thames; 9th February – 30 March
  • Affordable Art Fair Battersea, Battersea: 7 – 10 Mar
  • Pashley Manor Gardens:  2nd April – end September
  • Living Crafts at Hatfield House: 9 – 12 May
  • Affordable Art Fair Hampstead: 9 – 12 May
  • Sculpture in Particular, Pashley Manor: 25 May – 1 June
  • East Finchley Open: 29-30 June and 6-7 July
  • Thompson’s Gallery, London W1: September
  • Hertfordshire Open Studios:14-28 September

The first exhibition of the year is at the Bohun Gallery, Henley on Thames.  Sadly, due to the owner’s retirement, this is the final exhibition at this gallery where I have been showing for about thirty years.

As in most years  I shall be exhibiting with the Linda Blackstone Gallery at the Affordable Art Fairs at both Battersea and Hampstead ;  my association with this gallery goes back many years and these Art Fairs bring in people from many places in the UK as well as London and increasingly from abroad.  There is such a variety of art to view, and a visit makes a stimulating day out. 

As usual Pashley Manor Gardens will feature as one of the loveliest places to exhibit sculpture  – the gardens are always a delight with sculptures of a number of well-known artists for sale –   an enjoyable day out for garden and art-lovers alike.   The gardens and sculpture exhibition are open from Easter until the end of September, with a special ‘Sculpture in Particular’ week in May with smaller works for sale and longer opening hours.

This year we are opening during September with other artists for the Hertfordshire Open Studios for three weekends in September at the Bow House Gallery, John Brown’s home and Studio in Barnet Herts.  During the rest of the year you are welcome to visit by appointment to view his sculpture which is complemented with a new series of acrylic paintings showing a different side to John’s creativity.  Some of these were shown have been shown at the Affordable Art Fair  and were received extremely well.

2018 Sculpture Exhibitions

John Brown’s contemporary sculpture is shown on a regular basis either in one person shows or mixed  sculpture exhibitions in galleries throughout the UK, including Bohun Gallery, Henley-on-Thames, Sculpt Gallery near Tiptree in Essex,  and Hunter Gallery, Bury St Edmunds.  Thompson’s Gallery, London.  He also exhibits at major art fairs and sculpture gardens throughout Britain

  • Sculpt Gallery, nr Tiptree, Essex : 3rd March – 28 April
  • Affordable Art Fair Battersea, Battersea: 8 – 11 Mar
  • Pashley Manor Gardens: 31 March – end September
  • Affordable Art Fair, Hampstead:  10 – 13  May
  • ‘Art for Cure’ Glenham Hall, Suffolk: 4 -8 May
  • Living Crafts, Hatfield House – 10 – 13 May
  • Sculpture in Particular, Pashley Manor: 26 May – 3 June
  • Bow House Gallery, Barnet: 17 June – 1 July
  • Hunter Gallery, Bury St Edmunds 11 August to End of August
  • Autumn Exhibition, Thompson’s Gallery, Marylebone . 26 Sept – 13 Oct
  • Pre-Christmas Show, The Bow House Gallery 27- 28 October

The Bow House Gallery at John Brown’s home and Studio in May featuring John Brown’s sculpture will be complemented with a new series of acrylic paintings which show a different side to John’s creativity.  Some of these were shown at the Affordable Art Fair in 2017 and were received extremely well.

My work is also available on www.artparks.co.uk

2017 Sculpture Exhibitions

sculpture exhibitions

Expectation at Borde Hill garden

  • Affordable Art Fair Battersea: 9-12 March
  • Pashley Manor Gardens: 1 April – end September
  • Sculpture in Particular, Pashley Manor: 26 May – 3 June
  • Affordable Art Fair, Hampstead: 11-14 May
  • Capturing Movement: Art and Contemporary Dance’, University of Kent: Sept – December
  • ‘Art for Cure’ Glenham Hall, Suffolk: May 2018

This year I shall be exhibiting with the Linda Blackstone Gallery at the Affordable Art Fairs at both Battersea and Hampstead r;  my association with this gallery goes back many years and these Art Fairs bring in people from many places in the UK as well as London.  There is such a variety of art to view, and a visit makes a stimulating day out.

As usual Pashley Manor Gardens will feature as one of the loveliest places to exhibit sculpture  – the gardens are always a delight with sculptures of a number of well-known artists for sale –   an enjoyable day out for garden and art-lovers alike.   The gardens and sculpture exhibition are open from Easter until the end of September, with a special ‘Sculpture in Particular’ week in May with smaller works for sale and longer opening hours.

My work is also available on www.artparks.co.uk

2016 Sculpture Exhibitions

  • Affordable Art Fair, Battersea
  •  Pashley Manor Gardens, Ticehurst, East Sussex
  • Art for Cure’ Glemham Hall, Nr Woodbridge, Suffolk
  • Sculpture in Particular, Pashley Manor
  • Affordable Art Fair, Hampstead
  • Fircroft Gallery, Surrey
  • Sculpt Gallery, Great Braxted, Essex
  • Bohun Gallery, Henley on Thames
  • Chenies Manor, Chenies, Bucks
  • Bow House Gallery, Barnet, Herts

2015 Sculpture Exhibitions

  • Affordable Art Fair, Battersea
  •  Pashley Manor Gardens, Ticehurst, East Sussex
  • The Art of Carving, Sculpt Gallery, Tiptree, Nr Colchester, Essex
  • Sculpture in Particular, Pashley Manor
  • Affordable Art Fair, Hampstead
  • Artists and Music, Bohun Gallery, Henley on Thames
  • Godinton House, Ashford: 25 July
  • Marks Hall Gardens, Coggeshall, Essex
  • Bohun Gallery, Henley on Thames
  • Bow House Gallery, Barnet, Herts

2014 Sculpture Exhibitions

  • Pashley Manor Gardens, Ticehurst, East Sussex
  • Borde Hill Gardens. Haywards Heath, Sussex
  • Sculpture in Particular, Pashley Manor
  • John Brown – One Man Show, Garden and Interior Sculpture
  • Affordable Art Fair, Hampstead
  • Sculpt Gallery, Colchester
  • Cambridge City Art Fair 
  • Lilford Gallery, Canterbury
  • Bohun Gallery, Henley on Thames

2013  Sculpture Exhibitions

  • Affordable Art Fair, Hong Kong:
  • Pashley Manor Gardens, Ticehurst, East Sussex:
  • Affordable Art Fair, New York:
  • Birtley House, Bramley, Guildford:
  • Sculpture in Particular, Pashley Manor:
  • Coughton Court, Warwickshire:
  • Bow House Gallery, Barnet:

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