'Monomania' Opening Evening:

Friday 15 March 7.30pm onwards

In 19th century psychiatry, monomania (from Greek monos, one, and mania, mania) was a form of partial insanity conceived as single pathological preoccupation in an otherwise sound mind.

In over 21 years of running the gallery it has become more and more obvious to me that most artists show at least a hint (if not more) of Monomaniacal type tendencies. This is not a bad thing by any means as obsession or fixation with a particular idea or notion can result in the most amazing new ways of looking or seeing. This intense focus from artists can and does create some stunning artistic creations. In this selected open submission exhibition we wish to highlight work that responds to and/or relates to the title ‘Monomania’.” Karen Sherwood, Managing Director/curator.

Main Image: Three Hundred And Sixty Five Times One Point Five Equals Eight Thousand One Hundred And Ten (Thirty Two Thousand Four Hundred And Forty) by Rachel Olin £7700.00

Clockwise from top left, Breathings by Lorna Fellas £27.00, Evolution requires Imperfect Copies by Robert Fisher £600.00, All Seeing Driftwood by Jessie Lee £298.00 each, and Seed Grid 1 by Stephen Butler £780.00.
Cupola owner Karen Sherwood hanging Sabine Bieli's Idee (not) Fixe £550.00
Contributing Artists:

Laura Angell
Paul Ashwell
Sabine Bieli
Ben Bucki
Stephen Butler
Del Coombs
Lorna Fellas
Peggy Fearne
Robert Fisher
Charlie Kirkham
Jessie Lee
John Lynch
Rachel Olin
Imogen Perkin
Leslie M Wilson
Exhibition continues till Wednesday 24 April.
We look forward to seeing you the kettle is always on X.
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