Current Exhibition
The Last Hurrah!

For a commercial gallery operating in a country town outside the London circuit, the milestone of a 45th year represents a singular achievement. The Last Hurrah! is an exhibition celebrating this accomplishment with some of the best loved artists from the gallery's exceptional roll call.

Patricia Jordan Evans is regarded as an authority in the field of Modern British Art. This is reflected in the inclusion of artists such as John Piper, Julian Trevelyan, Mary Fedden and Ceri Richards in The Last Hurrah!, all of whom have fostered an intimate relationship with the gallery since its opening.

Within 18 months of the gallery opening John Piper had joined, enjoying solo shows every two years. Patricia curated the celebrated exhibition 'Piper and the Church' at Dorchester Abbey as a celebration of HM the Queen's Diamond Jubilee in 2012.

Julian Trevelyan, whose estate the Bohun is proud to manage, will be show alongside his wife Mary Fedden. Patricia met the couple in their studio during the late 70s and there began a long and happy working relationship and great friendship.
We both loved the gallery, and we quickly realised how professional and discerning Pat was, and what high standards she set. She has never changed in this uncompromising approach. - Mary Fedden, 1993.

Patricia Jordan Evans has established strong links with Royal Scottish Academicians and many of Scotland's finest living artists are included in this exhibition:

Joyce Cairns, who was recently elected to be the first woman President of the Royal Scottish Academy in 193 years.

Narine Tassie who won national Landscape Artists of the Year in 2015.

Bohun Gallery, being one of only four galleries selected by the Barns-Graham Foundation, is showing the work of the great 20th Century abstract artist Wilhelmina Barns -Graham.

Other Scottish artists included in The Last Hurrah! are Marj Bond, Victoria Crowe, Neil Macpherson, Jenifer McRea and James McDonald.

The Last Hurrah! will exhibit a variety of mediums, including sculptures from Patrick Barker and John Brown, in addition to the stone engravings of Martin Cook.
Hambling, Bill Jacklin, Fiona Millais, Paula Rego, David Remfry and Eric Rimmington are just a few of the large variety of artists contributing to Bohun Gallery's closing exhibition.

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Wilhelmina Barns-Graham

Positive Day, 2001

Acrylic on Paper
11½ x 15 ins



John Piper

Santa Maria Maddelena, Rome, 1962

Mixed media
12 x 9 ins



Peter Blake

Summer Days, 2007

Silkscreen, limited ed. of 175
35 x 17 ins



Julian Trevelyan

Ponte Vecchio 35/100, 1965

Etching & aquatint
13¾ x 18¾ ins



Fiona Millais

The Island Road

Acrylic on panel
20 x 20 ins



Colin Bishop

Ball Hill 11.07 am - 2.03 pm 25th March 2018, 2018

Oil on canvas
10 x 11 ins



George Donald

Waterfall: Glendhu

Acrylic on Linen
7¾ x 14½ ins



John Brown

Liaison II

Ancaster stone
17 x 7¾ x 5 ins



Shona Barr

Loch Scridain, Mull (study)

Oil on card
11½ x 11½ ins



Clare Bigger

Miniature Golfer

Stainless steel
12½ x 15¾ x 7¾ ins



Crawfurd Adamson

Les Cascades du Sautadet 1

Pastel on paper
15 x 14 ins



Barbara Rae

Lacken Cross 23/125

Silkscreen
32 x 24 ins



Ben Johnson

The Space Between, 2014

Digital print Hahnemuhle Photo Rag
20 x 20 ins



John Brown

The Encounter

Ancaster stone
15¼ x 7 x 8¼ ins



Neil MacPherson

Autumn

Acrylic on paper
16 x 15 ins



David Remfry

To Be Accepted, 2018

Watercolour & mixed media on paper
18½ x 12½ ins



Mary Malenoir

I'll Tell You What!

Oil and collage on board
11½ x 8½ ins



Shona Barr

Misty Heath (study)

Oil on card
11½ x 11½ ins



Crawfurd Adamson

Les Cascades du Sautadet 3

Pastel on paper
15 x 14 ins



Eleanor Fein

Flowers in the Blue

Oil on canvas
19¾ x 15¾ ins



Elisabeth Frink

Badger 16/70

Silkscreen
20 x 25½ ins



Charles Bartlett

Fenland Reeds

Watercolour
12½ x 17 ins



Margaret L. Smyth

San Polo

Mixed media & collage
37½ x 8¾ ins



Jennifer McRae

Self

Oil on linen on board
8 x 6 ins



Lesley Banks

Crinan Canal Dawn

Oil on linen canvas
8 x 20 ins



Lesley Banks

Crinan from Above

Oil on linen canvas
8 x 20 ins



Clare Bigger

Tussle

Stainless steel
8¼ x 9¾ x 4¾ ins



Crawfurd Adamson

Les Cascades du Sautadet 2

Pastel on paper
15 x 14 ins



Clare Bigger

Cyclist I

Stainless steel
14¼ x 23½ x 11¾ ins



Michael Fairclough

At Sea - Dusk IX

Oil on paper on panel
8¼ x 9¼ ins



Donald Hamilton Fraser

Church on Rising Ground, Prague

Oil on paper
9 x 7 ins



Michael Fairclough

The Thames - Wargrave I

Oil on paper on board
10¾ x 12 ins



Patrick Barker

The Bow

Cold cast bronze
6¾ x 4 x 2¾ ins



Paula Rego

Hook & Peter, 1992

Etching & aquatint
24¼ x 19¾ ins



Annette Edgar

Sunset Pool

Oil on board
12 x 16 ins



Eleanor Fein

Jungle

Oil on canvas
19 x 14¼ ins



James McDonald

Half Slice Of Buttered Toast

Oil on panel
11 x 11 ins



Toby Wiggins

Stand of Pines on Egdon Heath Dorset

Oil
14.57 x 18.11 ins



Marj Bond

Mellow Yellow

Mixed media
16½ x 16½ ins



Maggi Hambling

Wall of Water I

Oil on board
5 x 6 ins



Maggi Hambling

Wall of Water II

Oil on board
6 x 6 ins



Maggi Hambling

Wall of Water III

Oil on board
5 x 6 ins



John Piper

The Forum, Rome, 1962

Mixed media on paper
9½ x 13¾ ins



Shona Barr

Rainbow Dahlia Studies

Oil on card
10.5 x 10.5 ins



Marj Bond

Daughter of Xenia (not for sale)

Oil




Julian Trevelyan

The Schooner, 1981

Oil on canvas
24 x 19 ins



Joyce Cairns

Fittie Quine

Watercolour
21½ x 18 ins



Joyce Cairns

Afternoon Tea

Oil on panel
11½ x 11 ins



Neil MacPherson

To Change the Ending, 2014

Oil on canvas
13 x 15 ins



James McDonald

Banana Piece, 2015

Acrylic on panel
5 x 7 ins



Sandra Blow

Blue Abstract

Mixed media & collage
9.84 x 11.81 ins



Peter Hayes

Glass Disc

Ceramic and glass
17 x 10 ins



Johannes Von Stumm

Autumn Night

Glass, limited edition of 50
9.45 x 9.45 x 3.94 ins



Peter Hayes

Red Bow with Copper Disc

Raku fired ceramic
14 x 11 ins



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