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Elizabeth Hunter: After Eden



Elizabeth Hunter: Bathers


Elizabeth Hunter: Boy and Goat


Elizabeth Hunter: Nude in a Blue Landscape



Elizabeth Hunter: Lovers Looking at the Moon

3rd June to 1st July

Elizabeth Hunter RWA
Hilary Cartmel

Exhibition of figurative sculpture and painting

Elizabeth Hunter was born in Bristol in 1935. She studied at the West of England College of Art, Bristol under Robert Hurdle, George Sweet and Paul Feiler. She then went to the Slade School where she was taught by William Coldstream and Lucian Freud. She lives in Corwall.

Elizabeth curated the Newlyn Art Gallery, with her husband David Coad from 1964-66. From 1984-2001, she worked as a lecturer in Life Drawing and Painting at the School of Art & Design, Queen's Road, Bristol.

She is a member of the St Ives Society of Artists and the Penwith Society. She has exhibited at the Arnolfini, Bristol, Badcocks, Cornwall; Young Contemporaries, London and the Kunstverein, Germany.




Elizabeth Hunter: Nude in a Night Landscape


Elizabeth Hunter: Woman, Rocks, Sand


Elizabeth Hunter: Three Maidens


Elizabeth Hunter: Lovers on chaise-long



Elizabeth Hunter: Pale Sea and Youth



Elizabeth Hunter: Byzantine Head


Elizabeth Hunter: Ivan


Elizabeth Hunter: Darkening Hills



Elizabeth Hunter RWA and Hilary Cartmel at their exhibition at the Art Room Topsham, June 2012

Hilary Cartmel: Coming to One's Senses in Spring


Hilary Cartmel: No One Knows What Goes On Beneath a Headscarf

Hilary Cartmel was born in 1958. She was educated at the Maynard School and studied at Exeter College of Art and Design under Roger Dean and Trent Polytechnic under John Clinch. She lives near Doncaster.

Hilary has completed over 60 commissions for public sites in both rural and urban environments, most recent being paving inlays for Exeter Cathedral Close in 2011.

Cartmel has shown work in both solo and group exhibitions at the Tate Gallery, London; The Yorkshire Sculpture Park; Kildrummy Castle, Scotland and the Serpentine Gallery, London. Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery have just purchased a major piece of work for their permanent collection.

Below: a recent article from the Doncaster Star about one of Hilary's sculptures being purchased for the Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery thanks to kind donors.




Hilary Cartmel: 41


Hilary Cartmel: Drawing 02


Hilary Cartmel: Helenas Hat (bronze)

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