Caroline Gatehouse will be presenting her solo show ‘DICHOTOMY’ at Gallery150 from 11th – 23rd October 2011.
Caroline, whose interest in art began at a very early age, went on to study at Cheltenham and Gloucester Art College, leaving with a distinction in design and display. On completion of her course, she went on to work for The English National Opera House, but, although she had been trained as a designer, it was not long before she realised that her real passion lay in Fine Art.

The title of her solo exhibition reflects how the artists predominantly paints in two very different styles. Inspired by the likes of Seurat and Monet, but also Toulouse-Lautrec, the main body of Caroline’s work is Pointilliste and Impressionist , but she also produces more poster-orientated works. “My stimulation comes from visual observations of the world around me – urban and rural, and watching how light playing on the different colours and moods of the seasons, creates an ever-changing impression on my work”, states the artist.

In this exhibition, Caroline will be presenting a prolific series of poster-style works and landscapes, not only of the local area but also St. Ives, where she spent considerable time and came into contact with many artists, including Tony Hudson, Max Barrett, and John Miller.

Run and showcased by Leamington Studio Artists (LSA), Gallery150 is open Tuesday to Saturday from 11.00am-6.00pm and Sunday from 11.00am-4.00pm.

The private view will be held on Tuesday 11th October 2011 from 7-9pm.

Gallery150, Regent Court Shopping Centre, 9 Livery Street, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, CV32 4NP.
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