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Angie Spencer Paintings Summer Newsletter 2023


Exciting news to share with you!


  • A new ongoing residency at the Rococo Gardens in Painswick

  • Ongoing representation with Spencer House Gallery in Tetbury and several paintings featuring in the summer exhibition ‘From Where I Stand’ which opens on 21st July

  • A solo exhibition of my River Frome paintings ‘From Source to Severn’ at Prema Arts Centre in Uley in the Autumn

  • An exhibition at Hawkwood CFT of the paintings and drawings of the woodland from my 2020 and 2021 residencies there

  • Taking part in a group exhibition at the Old Kennels Cirencester Park

Artist in Residence at Painswick Rococo Gardens


I am delighted that I have been invited to paint in the Rococo Gardens in Painswick over the next year to record

the changing seasons in this delightful 18th century pleasure garden. I went for the first time this week and had a great time painting a view up the garden from the lily pond at the bottom and chatting to visitors as they walked around. So many people stopped to chat told me about their painting and drawing and it was lovely to be able to discuss with them.

I am very excited about this project and I have already spotted so many beautiful scenes I want to paint there! I envisage building up a whole collection of paintings which I will exhibit as a group sometime in the Autumn of 2024




Ongoing Representation with

Spencer House Gallery in Tetbury


I am very pleased to be represented by this lovely Tetbury gallery, Spencer House Gallery, which is owned and managed by Chris Woodcock.

Chris works hard to maintain a gallery full of gorgeous, eclectic art works including ceramics and sculpture as well as paintings and work from fine art printmakers.

I am proud to be showing alongside some very gifted artists. She stages several exhibitions a year and has already sold several of my paintings. I have recently delivered another 10 paintings which will be available to buy from her in the next exhibition ‘From Where I Stand’ which runs from 20th July – 20th August.

The Private View is on Friday 21st July 18.30 – 20.00 – do contact the gallery if you would like to attend.

Spencer House Gallery is situated on Long Street in the heart of Tetbury and is open Wed – Sunday. Full details Spencer House Gallery | Tetbury, England


‘From Source to Severn’ solo exhibition of paintings at Prema Arts Centre


Some of you may know that I exhibited my collection of paintings of the River Frome at Spring Cheltenham in April this year, which coincided with a beautiful feature in Cotswold Life ‘A Relationship with the River’. (Read the full article here)

The exhibition will be on show again in the Autumn in the beautiful upstairs gallery at Prema Art centre’s chapel home in the village of Uley.


We are having a private view on Friday 15th September which you are invited to. It will feature a performance of water-themed choral music from around the world by the very EOM choir. This acapella choir (comprised of 2 sopranos, 2 altos, a tenor and a bass) are really exceptional musicians and I’m so happy that they are able to join us for the evening. There are limited places so let me know if you would like to attend.



An exhibition at Hawkwood CFT



During 2020 and 2021 I was very fortunate to have 2 residencies at Hawkwood, which is on the Old Painswick Road just outside Stroud.( Read about it here Hawkwood Residency 2020 | Angie Spencer Paintings | Gloucestershire ) I painted the woodland above the house and we always talked about an exhibition there but it was mostly closed to visitors due to lockdown measures.

I am delighted now that they have agreed to have a selling exhibition of my remaining paintings and drawings this summer. The paintings are in the dining room and the corridor leading to the hall

I will be donating 20% of any sales to Hawkwood to help them in the fantastic work they do there.


And finally

Group exhibition at the Old Kennels Cirencester Park until 30th July


Until the end of July I am taking part in a lovely group exhibition at the Old Kennels, Cirencester Park. It is in a lovely courtyard with a café and an antiques shop and is well worth a visit. The parkland is open for walkers.

I am showing alongside Linee Hill, Abigail Waddell, Simon Fitzgerald, Gill Cox, Tania Fullerton and Ewen Hyde. There are painting and sculpture demos going on too. Pop down to see the lovely work on display!







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