Painting of the Week: Beatrice Hasell-McCosh

Published 2 October 2020

Beatrice Hasell-McCosh, Commemoration, oil on canvas, 168 x 136 cms

Beatrice Hasell-McCosh, Commemoration, oil on canvas, 168 x 136 cms

We are excited to have a series of paintings by the young artist Beatrice Hasell-McCosh in our forthcoming exhibition. Beatrice has a rare talent and dedication to her work. We have three large canvases in the show, each the result of working up a series of watercolours, painted as part of a daily routine during lockdown, whilst at home in Lancashire. The fluidity and depth of these works on paper have translated into these expansive textured canvases. They are the sort of paintings that captivate, that command interest, and they deserve a wall all of their own. Her work needs seeing in the flesh, they reveal a love and knowledge of her media.


A Weekly View


2020

Painting of the Week: Beatrice Hasell-McCosh

Painting of the Week:  Caroline Popham

Painting of the Week: Sonia Barton

Painting of the Week: Daniel Ablitt

Stella Agnew: The Edge of the Downs

Dot Wade: Notes from Isolation

Painting of the Week: Susan Ashworth

Life under Covid-19 by Sandy Brown, for Josie Eastwood

Painting of the Week: Emma McClure

An open Letter from Jeremy Annear to Josie Eastwood

Muddy Stilettos Award: We Won!

Thank you so much for your support by voting for our gallery in the 2018 Muddy Stilettos competition. Thanks to you, for the second year running we have won the Best Art Gallery Award for our area!