Margery Shotton Ba(Hons) A.S.E.A.

 

Margery works around a variety of subjects that include landscape, farm life and the surrounding countryside, specializing in animal, equestrian and agricultural livestock subjects.

These can be seen in the day –to-day activities of the environment in which she lives.

Margery draws on her farming heritage to capture the colour and changing mood of the

landscape and livestock.

She works in oil, acrylic, pastel and watercolour.

Bio

Margery Shotton  BA.(Hons) A.S.E.A  Artist

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Catlow Hall Farm, Hartbushes, South Wingate, Co. Durham, TS28 5NJ                 Tel: 01429 836 275 

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MARGERY SHOTTON EXHIBITIONS

 

1991,1992,1993, 1994 and 1995 -Hartlepool Renaissance Exhibition. Work purchased for Renaissance Collection

 

1992,1993.Grey Art Gallery Hartlepool.

 

1993,1994, Laing Landscape Exhibition, Polytechnic Gallery, Newcastle Upon Tyne and Mall Gallery London.1993 Northern Regional winner.

 

1992, 1994 Silver Longboat, Darlington Art Gallery also Oslo, Norway.

 

1993,1994,1996 and 1998 -Middleborough Open Art Exhibition, Middleborough art Gallery.

 

1994 Solo Exhibition,” Down to Earth” Grey Art Gallery Hartlepool.

 

1998,2001 The Peoples Show, University of Newcastle Gallery.

 

1999,2000,2001,2002 -Dover Prize Exhibition Darlington Art Gallery, Prize Winner 2001.

 

2000, Laing Landscape Exhibition, Stockport Greater Manchester.

 

2000, Life of Christ Exhibition Guernsey.

 

2001,2002,Society of Equestrian Artists, Christies, London.

 

2002,Group Exhibition ,,Darlington Art Gallery.

 

2002,2003,Society of Equestrian Artists Society, Gallery 45,Tadcaster.

 

2002, “Eye Opener” Durham Open Art Exhibition DLI Museum and Art Gallery.

 

2003 2004,2007 Society of Equestrian Artists Prize Winner 2004. Mall Gallery London.

 

2007, Yorko art Gallery Harrogate,

 

2008,Society of Northern art Clubs, Ashington (prize Winner)

 

2012 Society of Equestrian Artist, Meniers Gallery London

 

2015, Society of Equestrian Artists, Sally Mitchell Gallery, Tuxford

 

2017 Society of Equestrian Artists Palace House, Newmarket.