Saturday, 28 February 2015

print as a verb 

at the KEEP next SAT&SUN 7th&8th March



Tuesday, 24 February 2015

PRINT AS A VERB conjugating soon !

SAT SUN 7th & 8th March at OHOS gallery Brock Keep.



Wednesday, 18 February 2015

Improve Your Drawing

Artists demonstrated a wonderful range of creativity and individuality on this recent five week course at OHOS, led by Ingrid Jensen, exploring a range of materials using experimental and traditional techniques.  There will be a one-day exhibition of drawings from these sessions on Saturday 18 April, when work by participants at OHOS's other courses will also be on show: examples from Relief Printmaking led by Peter Driver, and Watercolour Painting led by Anna Mitchell, and from the Beginners' Drawing from last autumn.  Keep an eye on this blog for details of further courses coming up in the spring and summer.

Monday, 2 February 2015

  Call for entries.




Friday, 30 January 2015

You Only Look Once - Zimbabwe Exhibition

OHOS associate member Christopher Hunt took the 'You Only Look Once' photography exhibition to First Floor Galley in Harare, Zimbabwe earlier this month. 

'You Only Look Once' was originally exhibited at OHOS in September 2014 by the YOLO collective consisting of Katy Pike (OHOS studio member), Lisa Barnard (OHOS intern), Tina Jenkins and Christopher Hunt. 

The exhibition considers identity in a world of displacements for the three artists (Baoyang Chen, Rehan Miskci and Maggie Shannon) who all live and work in New York but have roots elsewhere. Through their work, they pick apart their ideas of the past and place in a quest to build a new and stable self, not defined by a sense of home. The show opened in Harare on 8th January and runs until 20th February.


Friday, 16 January 2015

Education at O.H.O.S

O.H.O.S and its artists have put together some information about the variety of educational events and activities that we offer.


Saturday, 3 January 2015

New work

Cell 1
OHOS has been busy improving the ground floor of Brock Keep: upgrading electrics and lighting, re-glazing blocked windows, and installing a kitchenette and disabled WC.  Sometimes the work reveals unexpected beauty in the building's austerity.  Photographers Anna Mitchell and Mark Wetton have been inspired by the serene and poetic paintings of Vilhem Hammershøi.  For more of their photographs click this link