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EVENT POSTPONED! Due to unforseen circumstances we have had to postpone the Oboe recital originally scheduled for Tuesday 20th March. We will publish re-aranged details as soon as we have them.


Ric James

28th February – 24th March. Private View 2nd March 6.30 – 8.00pm. Reality based and abstract subjects in Sculpture, Paintings, Prints and Drawings

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Oboe Recital

Oboe Recital, David Cowley & Bryan Evans. Tuesday 20th March, 7.30pm. £15 per ticket

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Coastal Perspectives

28th March – 21st April. Two artists bring us their unique perspective on the wonderfully diverse Coastal Landscape

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Chapel Arts Cheltenham is an exciting new venue, located in the thriving area of St James’.  The former Baptist chapel has been modernised and restored to create a fantastic, flexible arts space which will allow for an array of events.

Founded by Ian James, formerly of Martins Gallery in Montpellier Parade, Chapel Arts will continue to bring exciting, contemporary paintings in a range of media alongside interesting sculpture in wood, steel, glass and bronze.

In addition, the venue can seat in excess of 100 people, allowing us to include music, concerts, poetry and guest speakers.  Space has been created with flexibility in mind, therefore providing a range of options from large full-height spaces through to small intimate meeting rooms.

And of course, no good venue would be complete without a coffee break, so we hope you will stop by and visit us and stay for a cup and a tempting slice of freshly made cake at Coffee ‘n’ Cake @ Chapel Arts.

The Chapel Arts

Address: Chapel Arts, Knapp Road Near St James Square, Cheltenham. GL50 3QQ

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Ric James at Chapel Arts Cheltenham
We are delighted to announce our upcoming event

Ric James | Paintings, Prints & Sculpture

Ric’s exhibition brings us both reality-based and abstract subjects. Much of his work captures his interest in New York, especially the works of Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko and Roy Lichtenstein. They make bold statements with vibrant use of colour, rhythm and texture.

In addition, we will be showing a selection of Ric’s sculptures, including limited edition bronzes.

28th February – 24th March 2018

Private View, Friday 9th March 6.30pm – 8.00pm
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