EVENTS
LISTED IN REVERSE DATE ORDER 
Summer Edit – July/August
Includes a variety of recent paintings by the artist.
Underdog Gallery, London

The Deep End, 29th June – 21st July
Magical realist paintings and spheres.
RJD Gallery, Hamptons, New York

Market Art + Design, 5-7th July 2019
The Bridgehampton Museum
2368 Montauk Hwy, Bridgehampton, NY 11932
Summer Collections, July/August
Gallery in the Lanes, Norwich & Buckingham Galleries, Southwold

Maximalist Banquet – music performance
with support from The Blutits, Joy Tourette, Ben C Winn (solo) & Milly Hirst

https://norwichartscentre.co.uk/events/nac-summer-dayer-nacregeneration/

Norwich Arts Centre, 29th June
Evening tickets (from 8pm) £5 adv | £7 door 
(including admin fee)
Maximalist Banquet
Psyche-rockers Maximalist Banquet arrive fresh from their launch gig at the Underdog London. Frontman Will Teather is internationally acclaimed as a painter, but at night his art bleeds into the bars, a vaudeville lament, psychedelic rock with a theatrical aesthetic. His latest band, that succeeds his previous incarnation the Vicars of Stiffkey, features a range of philosophers, artists and musicians drawn from the Eastern region’s alternative music scene including Ryan Williamson (Marla, Off With Their Records), Dr. Oskari Kuusela (Bavarian Rocket Group), Brian Korteling (Rum Dogs) & Mad McGrane banging the skins. Always shambolic, always enjoyed.

Strokes of Brilliance, New York Exhibition
RJD Gallery, Hamptons, New York, 25 May-26 June 2019

Studio Open to Visitors in May & June 10am-5pm on the following dates:
May | Sat 25 | Sun 26 | Fri 31
June | Sat 1 | Sun 2 | Fri 7 | Sat 8 | Sun 9
Other times by appointment.

Address
Studio 12
Muspole Workshops, 25-27 Muspole Street
Norwich
UNITED KINGDOM
NR3 1DJ

Muspole Workshops is a 4 storey red brick building

Ruth Borchard Self Portrait Prize
Friday 24th May 2019 – September 2019
Kings Place
Kings Cross London

Norfolk and Norwich Festival 2019: Will Teather: Globes

From Saturday 11th May 2019 to Sunday 1st September 2019
Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery
Museum of Norwich at the Bridewell
Royal Arcade, Norwich
P.Milne’s Antiques and Curios

Explore a series of radical and beautiful artworks depicting some of Norwich’s most curious and memorable landmarks in a 2019 Festival commission.

Discover Will Teather’s panoramic spheres spread across the city’s cultural quarter, on a journey that will take you through everywhere from curiosity shops to a Victorian pharmacy. Collect your maps from Norwich Castle Museum to begin your trail across the city.

Artist’s talk & workshop at Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery
Wednesday 22nd May, 2.00pm at Norwich Castle Museum

The artists discusses his latest work and its origins, with the chance to ask questions about the creative process and his techniques.

At 3.00pm, following the talk, there is also the option to attend a 2 hour workshop in 360 degree perspective. Please bring pencils and a pad for the workshop. The workshop will introduce all major methods of depicting space used within realist drawing, including 1, 2 and 3 point perspective, axonometric perspective, perspective from real life and finally a 360 drawing of a room.

The workshop is included in Castle admission, but spaces are limited, call 01603 493625 to book your space.

Part of Norfolk & Norwich Festival

The Occult & Symbolism Group ExhibitionUnderdog Gallery, London Bridge
18th April-31st May
Featured artists are from the UK, Germany, Italy, Denmark, LA, Vancouver and Poland. It will include one of Will Teather’s fractal paintings.  

Open Studio Taster Exhibition
Forum, Norwich, Mon 30 Apr – Wed 2 May 2019
You are cordially invited to the private view of The Spring Art Show, Wednesday 24 April from 7.30-9.30pm at the Forum, Norwich.Invitation attached.

Will Teather, The Maximalist Banquet at Ariel Gallery, Lavenham, Suffolk
21st March- 20th April 2019, Wednesday – Saturday 11-4pm
Launch event 21st March, 6- 8pm (meet the artist from 6.30pm). All welcome.

Following a successful launch exhibition in London Bridge at the Underdog Gallery, Will Teather brings to Lavenham a selection of works from his series, Maximalist Banquet.

The title of the new collection refers to the painter’s interest in excess and overloading his images with both subject matter, colour, pattern and symbolism. These preoccupations are evident in the painter’s fluorescent and supernatural reinterpretations of Tudor Portraits. These images inject European court painting with pop-art psychedelia, enhancing the otherworldly qualities already inherent in many historical portraits.

Unmissable at the Other Art Fair, London, March 2019
Between the 14th and 17th March 2019, Missing People will host an exhibition as part of The Other Art Fair at The Old Truman Brewery, showcasing 25 impactful portraits of 25 missing people. The aim of this thought-provoking exhibition is to raise awareness for the 25 missing people featured in the paintings, as well as the quarter of a million people who go missing every year in the UK.

The exhibition will include work from a number of renowned and up-and-coming artists, including Will Teather, Rebecca Fontaine Wolf, Carne Griffiths, Nina Mae Fowler, Tim Gatenby and Ru Knox.  Will Teather is painting a portrait of Richard Edwards, who was the guitarist and lyricist with the Manic Street Preachers until his disappearance in February 1995.  Teather’s first outing to a gig was watching the band performing with Edwards in late 1994.

The exhibition will be curated by Ben Moore, the founder and curator of Art Below.

Will Teather at Zakura Gallery, London- 16th February – 9th March 2019
8 Shillingford Street, London N1 2DP, UK
Launch event Saturday February 16th, 5-8pm. All welcome. 
Open Tuesday-Saturday 1-6pm, Sunday 1-5pm

Will Teather’s solo exhibition with Zakura Gallery focuses upon paintings produced during a period in which the artist was obsessed by magical realist literature, often reimaging personal experiences as theatrical scenarios. In the spirit of magical-realist fiction, the storytelling within these paintings explores the indefinite space between reality and fiction. Vaudevillian characters inhabit a play without beginning or end, where carnival and folk traditions are pastiched together into simulacrum and spectacle. 

Many of the paintings focus upon Teather’s character Maudeline Spacks, a vanishing artist and femme fatale active in the early noughties. Maudeline’s tour de force was a duel show at Sydney Opera House and the Royal Opera House London, where she performed in both venues at the same time. A video link up broadcast the concurrent shows in real-time to each venue. During the course of her Magnus Opus, Maud became lost in transit somewhere between the London and Sydney, never to be seen again. A vanishing artist who has vanished forever, she is both dead and alive at the same time, something that is meditated upon in many of Teather’s large-scale paintings, populated by moths and other symbols of transformation.

MUSIC PERFORMANCE: MAXIMALIST BANQUET AT MASH TUN NORWICH, 2ND FEBRUARY, FREE ADMISSION
On Feb 2nd Will Teather presents some wonderfully theatrical psychedelic rock with Maximalist Banquet.

Will Teather and John Link, Joint Exhibition
Private View, Tuesday 29th January 2019, 5.30-7.30pm. 
Norwich Theatre Royal, Theatre Street, NR2 1RL. 
Exhibition continues until 18/03/19.

Will Teather brings to the Theatre Royal Norwich a selection of latest works.  In recent years he has created a number of new works that look to the history of art for inspiration. Sacred Geometry provides the catalyst for Teather’s fractured images of old masters paintings, where the underlying structures of historical paintings are used to explode the original image into fragmented patterns. The results are strikingly psychedelic with a great sense of movement, helping reveal new insights into familiar artworks by the likes of Carravaggio and Manet.

January 2019 onwards. Works available to view at:
Subversion Gallery, Edinburgh
Buckenham Galleries, Southwold
Underdog Gallery, London (call ahead)
Pure White Lines, Hackney, London
Imagine Gallery, Long Melford, Suffolk
Chet Valley Vineyard, Norfolk
Gallery in the Lanes, Norwich
Eton Contemporary Fine Art
Works in store at: Le Dame Gallery, London & Artwars London 

Studio Open to Visitors in January 2019
January 12th
1.30 -5pm
Studio 12, Muspole Workshops, Muspole Street, Norwich, NR3 1DJ
Other times by appointment. Call 07792 419898.

Will Teather: Solo Exhibition
20 October – 24 November 2018
Oriel Gallery
Mold
Wales
CH7 1YA

Underdog Masters (Group Exhibition)
12th – 25th October
Underdog London, Arch 6, Crucufix Lane Bermondsey

The Other Art Fair (West End Edition)
Victoria House, Bloomsbury, London
4- 7 October 2018

Window Galleries, Elm Hill, Norwich
October 2018 – 2 fractal paintings on display

Will Teather at the Underdog Gallery, London
Arch 6 Crucifix Lane, London Bridge

Launch night 7th September 6-10pm.
8th- 30th September 2018
12-7pm Tuesday – Sundays

The Underdog is proud to present “Maximalist Banquet”, a solo exhibition, by British painter Will Teather.

Please join us for a feast of art and medieval banquet! Will’s new band, Maximalist Banquet, will provide our entertainment from 9pm. 

After breaking sales records at events such as the Other Art Fair, painter Will Teather arrives in London Bridge with 50 new artworks. The show brings together works from across the artists body of work, that are both refreshingly contemporary, otherworldly and rooted in the medium’s rich and complex traditions. 

The figurative painter, 38, emerged from East London’s burgeoning art scene in the early 2000s, before relocating to Norwich during the gentrification of Hackney. In recent years he has created a number of new works that look to the history of art for inspiration. 

Sacred Geometry provides the catalyst for Teather’s fractured images of old masters paintings, where the underlying structures of historical paintings are used to explode the original image into fragmented patterns. The results are psychedelic with a great sense of movement, helping reveal new insights into familiar artworks by the likes of Carravaggio and Manet. 

The artist has also played with other fundamental aspects that define painting as a genre. This has included creating three-dimensional paintings on globes and unusually formed canvases that employ an innovative type of inverse perspective. These groundbreaking artworks give a 360° view of a space across a painted sphere, blurring the boundaries between painting and sculpture. 

The title of the show, Maximalist Banquet, refers to the painter’s interest in excess and overloading his images with both subject matter, colour and symbolism. This is evident in another new collection: the painter’s fluorescent and supernatural reinterpretations of Tudor Portraits. These are a sort of psychotropic pop-art take on European court painting, that includes scenes of hell coming out of Henry 8th’s head.

“The show is about every thing all at once, in glorious technicolour; a cornucopic banquet for the senses. A long-standing reference for me is Aldous Huxley’s 1954 essay, The Doors of Perception, that explored a variety of concepts, including the idea that the brain eliminates unessential information from the totality of the “mind at large.” This exhibition is, perhaps, about trying to reveal those things that may otherwise go unnoticed as we filter our everyday life. “

The Underdog Gallery
ARCH 6, Crucifix Lane
London Bridge
SE1 3JW

September:
Em Re Run curate “Consume” exhibition at Nunns Yard, Norwich

July Onwards:
Maternity paintings on display at Imagine Gallery, Long Melford, Suffolk

Early works on display at Buckingham Galleries, Southwold, Suffolk

MaLonNY 5 Art Forum
Marijampole, Lithuania. June 27th- July 1st 2018

Studio Open to Visitors in May and June 2018
May | Sat 26 | Thur 31
June | Fri 1 | Sat 2 | Sun 3 | Wed 6 | Thur 7| Fri 8 | Sat 9 | Sun 10 
10-5pm
Studio 12, Muspole Workshops, Muspole Street, Norwich, NR3 1DJ
Other times by appointment. Call 07792 419898.

The Maximalist Banquet
An online exhibition curated by Will Teather for NIAD, Richmond, California
From May 20th at http://niadart.org 
The Artist Magazine, UK (May 2018 issue- on sale from 23rd March)
Article on the artist’s palette-knife techniques.
Art Wars East 29th March – May 18th, Hix Art, Shoreditch
London Based Art initiative Art Wars and Hix Art have announced ‘Art Wars East’. It consists of new works by emerging and established artists and will be unveiled and on show until May 18th. Each artist has been provided with a Star Wars Stormtrooper helmet, with the brief of transforming it into a piece of art.  
Tramshed, 32, Rivington Street, London, EC2A 3LX
Opening Times: For the duration of the exhibition, the gallery will be open Monday to Sunday, 11 am – 6 pm.

Inheritance
Group Exhibition
3 March to 20 May 2018
Castle Museum & Art Gallery, Norwich

Spring Art Show, The Forum, Norwich

Underdog Gallery, London Bridge, Relaunch Exhibition, 9th February – 26th
Opening Times….
Monday: CLOSED
Tuesday: 11am – 7pm
Wednesday: 11am – 7pm
Thursday: 11am – 7pm
Friday: 11am – 7pm
Saturday: 11am – 5pm
Sunday: 11am – 5pm

Site-specific sphere for Artrooms 2018, Melia Whitehouse, Regents Park, London
20-22nd January 2018

Will Teather: New Directions in Painting
A collection of new works at Norwich Art Centre
St Benedicts Street, Norwich
Wednesday 10 January – Wednesday 31 January 2018 Monday – Friday 1pm – 5pm and Saturdays 10am – 6pm (see website for closures)

Opening Night Wednesday 10 January 6pm – 8pm followed by the artist’s band, Vicars of Stiffkey

Will Teather, Artist-in-Residence for Norwich Arts Centre, exhibits a number of recent works as he continues to experiment and explore new journeys within the medium of painting. These are placed in the context of earlier artworks that are bound together by key themes of transcendentalism, escapism, perfectionism and a sense of spectacle.

Recent paintings see the artist exploring abstraction for the first time. New compositions reinterpret principles of sacred geometry within visual art, creating complex patterns based upon the underlying structure of representational images, revealing perhaps a divine form within the natural world. The artist explains:
“These intricate lattices reference both postmodern pixilation within painting, as influenced by digital culture, and the longstanding idea of an underlying order within both visual art and our wider perception of reality. They are also informed by the obsessive exploration of geometric patterns by the outsider painter Eugene Andolsek and the automated techniques of Sol Lewitt, who would pass instructions onto assistants who then created his drawings.”

Also on display are recent spherical paintings. The sense of movement caused by the shifting perspective of these works and the unusual curved format of the canvas play with the fundamentals of what makes a realist painting. The artist’s appetite for new adventures continues again as he explores hybrid images of several painting genres, varying approaches to portraiture and themes of escape from modern life.

The title of the show comes from Aldous Huxley’s 1954 essay that explored a variety of concepts, including the idea that the brain eliminates unessential information from the totality of the “mind at large.” Teather perhaps is trying to reveal those things that may otherwise go unnoticed as we filter our everyday life.

Red Dot Miami, United States
Dec. 6-10, 2017
Exhibiting work as part of the Artwars project: http://artwars.net

Art Fair East 2017, St Andrews Hall, Norwich 1st-3rd December
www.artfaireast.com

The Other Art Fair (East End Edition), Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London
5th- 8th October 2017

Prints on display at Dpod from September 2017:

Shop 1
Blackfriars Rail Station, London

New Artist Fair
Old Truman Brewery, Entrance on Elys Yard, London
September 9-10th 2017, 12-6pm

Will Teather: New Adventures
Gallery in the Lanes, Bedford Street, Norwich
7th – 28th September 2017

Norwich based artist Will Teather explores new directions within realist painting. The celebrated painter has recently been focused upon expressive portraits, alongside developing works created from direct observation of life models. Selected examples of both these new developments with be on display within this exhibition. Teather has said:
“There is a direct recording of the passage of time and a particular moment within many of these works. They are created with no filter between myself and the reality in front of me. The challenge has been to make a genre as familiar as working from a live-model fresh again. “
This has found the artist exploring both new techniques and narrative devices to help take ownership of the subject,. This has included explorations into impasto painting and innovative mark-making, alongside curious scenarios such as nude figures overlooking the Hong Kong skyline. This is the beginning of a period of experimentation for the artist which has also included looking at how to reinvent key principles within realist painting such as sacred geometry. This follows on from his previous body of work, which reinterpreted the conventions of perspective through creating 360 panoramas on hand-painted spheres.

23rd-13st July -Sir John Hurt Art Prize
Exhibition of Shortlisted Works
11.00am – 5.00pm The Foyer, Auden Theatre, Gresham’s School, Cromer Road, Holt
The Vicars of Stiffkey perform in Yarmouth as part of Ideal like to be by the seaside
TIME Sat Jul 08 2017 at 7pmVENUE Suspension Bridge, 25 Bridge Road, Great Yarmouth, United Kingdom
Digital Release of Vicars of

VENUE Suspension Bridge, 25 Bridge Road, Great Yarmouth, United Kingdom
Stiffkey debut EP on 7th July- Live and Uncassocked
Buy here: http://www.offwiththeirrecords.co.uk/store.html 

Will Teather’s band, The Vicars of Stiffkey headline The Owl Sanctuary, Norwich
Friday 7th July 2017
Support from
Doors 8pm

Studio Open to Visitors in May and June 2017
May | Sat 27 | Mon 29 
June | Sat 3 | Sun 4 | Fri 9 | Sat 10 | Sun 11 
10-5pm
Studio 12, Muspole Workshops, Muspole Street, Norwich, NR3 1DJ
Other times by appointment.  Call 07792 419898.

Spheres on display at the basement gallery of London Contemporary Art
32 Store Street, London, until September 2017

Site-specific globe on display at Melia White House, foyer, Regents Park until further notice.

Norfolk Open Studios Taster Exhibition, The Forum, Norwich 25-30th April 2017
Spring Art Show at the Forum, Norwich 5th – 9th April 2017

Paint Body Paint, 24th-31st March, Nunns Yard, Norwich

Pastels & etchings at Window Galleries, Elm Hill, Norwich
16th February – 11th March 2017

Finalist for London Contemporary Art Prize
Exhibition 24th January – 24th February 2017
London Contemporary Art
The Basement
32 Store Street
London. WC1E 7BS

20-23 January 2017
Guest Artist for Artrooms, Melia Whitehouse, Regents Park, London

December, 2016, Christmas Exhibitions at:
Underdog Gallery, London Bridge
Gallery in the Lanes, Norwich
Mandells Gallery, Norwich
Imagine Gallery, Long Melford, Suffolk
Buckenham Galleries, Southward, Suffolk
Rushlight Gallery, Reepham, Norfolk
Riverside Art and Glass, Wroxham, Norfolk
Art Fair East 2016, St Andrews Hall, Norwich 2nd-4th December 2016
www.artfaireast.com 

The Other Art Fair (East End Edition), Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London
October 2016 (dates TBC)

Exhibiting drawings with Eaton Contemporary Fine Art at The Affordable Art Fair,
20th-23rd October 2016, Battersea, London

Vicars of Stiffkey perform at Norwich Arts Centre, 13th July, to coincide with the exhibition Alternate Realities opening in the balcony galleries of NAC.

Will Teather: Infinite Perspectives
A solo exhibition at Norwich Arts Centre, 24th June- 6th August 2016

Studio Open to Visitors
28th and 29th May 11th and 12th June.
Studio 12, Muspole Workshops, 25-27 Muspole Street, Norwich, NR3 1DJ

The Future Masters, 12th – 29th May 2016
A group exhibition of works influenced by the old masters at Underdog Art, Crucifix Lane, London Bridge, SE1 3JW

New Works on display at Imagine Gallery, High Street, Long Melford, Suffolk
April -June 1016
The Other Art Fair
www.otherartfair.com 
7-10th April, 2016, Victoria House, Southampton Row, London
WC1A 2QP

Art in the Age of Digital Reproduction – Teather & Asbury at the Anteros Arts Foundation, Fye Bridge, Norwich. 10th-28th November 2015

THE MIX (Group exhibition) – EXTENDED UNTIL DECEMBER 10TH 2015, Underdog Gallery, London Bridge

Performance with Will Teather, Dot Howard and Holly Bodmer:
“What’s Under Degas’ Tutu?” – A parody of Gallery Etiquette, 7th November 5.30pm, Firstsite, Colchester

USEUM ARTISTS- 6th October- 5th November 2015, Le Dame Art Gallery, Regent’s Park, London http://useum.org/blog/USEUM-Partners-Le-Dame-Art-Gallery-Bring-Online-Art-World-London

The Vicars of Stiffkey, the band, perform at the Underdog Gallery, Crucifix Lane, London Bridge on 31st October, doors 8pm

The Vicars of Stiffkey, the band, perform at Jurnet’s Bar, King Street, Norwich on 28th October, doors 8pm

THE OTHER ART FAIR
15 – 18 October 2015, Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London

GALLERY IN THE LANES, Norwich – Gallery Artists – 10th October onwards (ongoing display)
WILL TEATHER: MULTIVERSES (SOLO EXHIBITION)
A large selection of new works on display.
Fairhurst Gallery, Bedford Street, Norwich
October 3rd-31st 2015

WILL TEATHER (SOLO EXHIBITION)
Underdog Art, London
(dates TBC)
WILL TEATHER ARTISTS TALK: Norwich Arts Centre, September 17th

WORK INCLUDED IN SUMMER EXHIBITIONS IN 2015:
Gallery At Ice, Windsor / Mandells Gallery, Norwich / Buckenham Galleries, Southwold / Imagine Gallery, Long Melford / Norwich Arts Centre / Riverside Art, Wroxham
BOOK LAUNCH 1: MANDELLS GALLERY, Norwich, August 7th, 5.30 – 7.30pm
5-7th June – ART FAIR EAST – A MAJOR ART FAIR FOR THE EAST OF ENGLAND – WWW.ARTFAIREAST.COM

Saturday 30th May 2015
The Vicars of Stiffkey, The Band
Perform at The Blueberry Music House
Music from 8.30pm, FREE ENTRY
20 Cowgate, Norwich, Norfolk NR3 1SY
The Art of Sound 7th May- 7th June

THE BANK ARTS CENTRE, 2 CASTLE STREET, EYE, SUFFOLK
IP23 7AN

OPEN TUES-SAT 8.30am-5pm, SUN 10am-4pm
The
London Group Draw II (group exhibition)

7pm
Thursday the 23rd April 2015 at The Cello Factory, London Bridge

http://www.thelondongroup.com/draw2.php

WILL TEATHER (SOLO EXHIBITION)- MANDELLS GALLERY, ELM HILL NORWICH

APRIL 2015

DESOLATION ANGELS- A NEW SET OF DRAWINGS www.mandellsgallery.co.uk

WILL TEATHER (SOLO EXHIBITION)- ANTEROS ARTS FOUNDATION, FYE BRIDGE, NORWICH NORWICH

PORTRAITS www.anteros.co.uk

Group exhibition at Underdog Art, London- February 2015

HIDDEN IN PLAIN SIGHT  (GROUP EXHIBITION)

The Gallery at
Norwich University of the Arts, St George Street, Norwich
27 January – 28
February 2015
Gallery open
Tuesday – Saturday, 12 – 5pm
Admission FREE

Saturday 17th
January 2015
The Vicars of
Stiffkey, The Band
Perform at The
Blueberry Music House
Music from
8.30pm, FREE ENTRY
20 Cowgate,
Norwich, Norfolk NR3 1SY

XMAS EXHIBITION AND CHARITY AUCTION
AT GALLERY 133

17th Dec –
23rd December 2014
133 King
Street, Great Yarmouth NR30 2PQ.
London Underground Prints (Group Exhibition), Artefact Gallery 21st – 30th October 2014
36, Windmill Street, London W1T 2JTTel: +44 (0)20 7580 4878

Will
Teather: Another Orient / Infinite Perspectives

OCT
17TH- NOVEMBER 17TH 2014 – SOLO EXHIBITION OF OVER 20 RECENT
PAINTINGS AT THE ANTEROS ARTS FOUNDATION, NORWICH, UK
www.anteros.co.uk

10am-5pm
Monday-Saturday

Exhibition Reception: Saturday 18 October, 4-7
pm

A display of recent work by Will Teather, “Purveyor of
the extraordinary.” This is a promise which could easily have been
lifted from the walls of the Yarmouth Hippodrome, where Mr Teather
has taken much inspiration for many of these new paintings. In his
recent artworks, Teather both investigates and enters into a dialogue
with what has been called ‘Orientalism’. He draws parallels
between the themes within the Western notion of the ‘Orient’ and
the ‘Carnivalesque,’ both of which the artist describes as
“unknowable spaces that exist as much in the Western imagination as
any physical space.”

Also, expect to see at least one
finished prototype from his new series of infinite perspective
paintings, painted on spheres.

06/10/2014 to 03/11/2014
Art Below Regent’s Park, London
Poster Art Display, Bakerloo Line Platform, Regent’s Park tube station throughout October to coincide with Frieze.
13TH SEPTEMBER- 15TH OCTOBER 2014, SOLO EXHIBITION AT BUCKENHAM GALLERIES, SOUTHWOLD , UK
Eastern Promises: Will Teather @ Gallery133.
Opening times: Weds – Sat 11.00am – 5.00pm.
Show runs from 3rd September to 4th October
Gallery133, 133 King St, Great Yarmouth
Portrait-Group Exhibition
4th – 28th Sept 2014
Art is the Word-Group Exhibition
1st-31st August 2014
THE BANK, 2 CASTLE STREET, EYE, SUFFOLK IP23 7AN 
OPEN TUES-SAT 8.30am-5pm, SUN 10am-4pm
CLOSED THIRD SUNDAY OF EVERY MONTH
01379 873495

Group Exhibition “Caperac” Fairhurst Gallery, Bedford Street, Norwich, UK, 16th August until 13th September 2014, with opening hours 1000-1800hrs Monday- Saturday

Midsummer Art Fair
Landmark Arts Centre, Teddington, London

http://landmarkartscentre.org/whats-on/visual-arts.html#f140621

Saturday 21-Sunday 22 June 2014
10am-5pm
Café
Over 90 artists and makers exhibiting a vibrant variety of contemporary visual art including painting, print making, photography, jewellery, glass, collage and sculpture. Online show catalogue will be available here one week prior to the Fair

Mandells Gallery Summer Exhibition, Elm Hill, Norwich 18th June-August  2014 www.mandellsgallery.co.uk

Will Teather Open Studio – visitors welcomed to the studio on the following dates
MAY 24th 25th 26th 30th 31st 
JUNE 1st 6th 7th 8th
Studio12, Muspole Workshops, 25-27, Muspole Street, Norwich NR31DJ
It is the studio above the entrance archway. Go up the stairs, turn right and then along the walkway on your immediate right.
Chelsea Collective Group Exhibition & Performances at Passport to Pimlico inChurchill Gardens Square and Community Hall, Pimlico, London

Bank Holiday Monday 5 May 2014.
17th-23rd April 2014 Norwich Forum- Group Exhibition -Norfolk Open Studios Taster Exhibition

22nd March – 3rd May
10am – 6pm
SUNDAY 9TH MARCH 9.30pm “THE GLORIOUS PRESS”  PLAY THEIR SECOND GIG AT NORWICH PLAYHOUSE BAR

PAINTINGS AND PRINTS OF DISPLAY AT  ELM HILL WINDOW GALLERIES AND MANDELLS GALLERY, NORWICH 15TH FEBRUARY-15TH MARCH

MID JANUARY 2014- WORK EXHIBITED AT WALTON FINE ARTS, WALTON STREET , KNIGHTSBRIDGE LONDON

14TH JAN – 15TH FEBRUARY 2014, SOLO EXHIBITION AT “THE CUT”, HALESWORTH, SUFFOLK

Panter and Hall, London, Group Exhibition, On A Grand Scale 2013

23rd Oct – 8th Nov 2013.
At the Pall Mall art gallery

Deck of Cards:Group Exhibition Thursday 11thSeptember -Saturday 12th October 2013, Art 1821 Norwich

1+1=11, Sun 1 – Fri 6 Sep, The Forum, Norwich1+1=11 is a collaboration of work from 11 artists on show in the Atrium.

August onwards, Westcliffe Gallery, Sheringham & Imagine Gallery,Suffolk, New Works on Display
The Ruth Borchard Self-Portrait Competition

The 2013 Self-Portrait Exhibition will be at Kings Place, Kings Cross, London, 21 June- 16 September 2013

JULY 5TH -27TH 2013 – “THE VAST AND UNKNOWABLE UNIVERSE”

SOLO EXHIBITION AT MANDELLS GALLERY, ELM HILL, NORWICH

10th April to 9th July 2013 – “NIGHT CARIVAL” – SOLO SHOW AT 

NORWICH THEATRE ROYAL, THEATRE STREET, NORWICH, ORGANISED BY TARGET FOLLOW

OPEN STUDIO AND EXHIBITION OF RECENT WORKS

25TH MAY 11AM – 6PM
1ST, 2ND, 8TH 9TH JUNE 11-6PM
29TH JUNE 2-6PM

STUDIO 12, MUSPOLE WORKSHOPS, 27, MUSPOLE STREET, NORWICH

THE LONDON GROUP CENTENARY EXHIBITION, (GROUP EXHIBITION)

14 May – 24 May
The Cello Factory
33-34 Cornwall Road
Waterloo, London, SE1 8TJ

Art Alive!- Group Exhibition, Assembly House, Norwich, Theatre Street 8th April-8th May 2013

Paint-GROUP EXHIBITION, FORUM, NORWICH, 24TH-29TH MARCH 2013

MARCH ISSUE 2013, ARTICLE TO BE PUBLISHED IN “THE ARTIST” MAGAZINE ON THE MAKING OF WILL TEATHER’S PORTRAIT OF THE LORD PROVOST ABERDEEN

19TH-30TH DECEMBER, “THREE CASES AND A CARRY ON”, GROUP EXHIBITION OF “CHELSEA COLLECTIVE” ARTISTS

Catherine Dianich Gallery
139 Main Street
Brattleboro,VT 05301Vermont, USA

YALLOPS, AYLSHAM ROAD, NORWICH – MAUDELINE SPACKS ART WORKS ON DISPLAY IN WINDOWS, 26TH NOVEMBER- 2ND DECEMBER 

NOVEMBER19-DECEMBER 5TH, soup lab, norwich, artist-in-residence, painting in the gallery space

NOVEMBER 2012 “FRACK OFF!”, GROUP SHOW AT RH GALLERY, MANHATTEN, NEW YORK, USA

Saturdays November (10th &17th) from 1.30pm til 6pm. Also Sunday 11th 11-4pm. 

OPEN STUDIO, STUDIO 12, MUSPOLE WORKSHOPS, MUSPOLE STREET, NORWICH

FOR FURTHER DETAILS OF PAST EXHIBITIONS SINCE 1996, PLEASE EMAIL

There
is usually original artwork available for viewing at the following venues:

Imagine Gallery, Long Melford, Suffolk

Colomb Art,  London www.colombart.co.uk
www.degreeart.com
Mandells Gallery, Norwich
Buckenham Galleries, Southwold

Modern
Artists Gallery which is based In Whitchurch on Thames, near Reading
www.modernartistsgallery.com

Room Gifts, Lancashire- prints
Anteros Arts Centre, Norfolk www.anteros.co.uk.

THE ARTIST’S STUDIO AT MUSPOLE WORKSHOPS, NORWICH (BY APPOINTMENT)

PORTRAIT ON PERMANENT DISPLAY AT ABERDEEN TOWN HOUSE, ST NICHOLAS ROOM