Orsi Cowell-Lehoczky and Hazel Reeves:

'Shared'

'Vibrant colours, dream-like, abstract figuralism on the walls, sharing with figurative sculptures from the creator of ‘Sir Nigel Gresley’ at King’s Cross.'

between 12 - 24 June 2018 at the

Fountain Gallery

This year I invited my friend and fellow SWA member Hazel Reeves SWA MRBS FRSA to share the gallery with me. 
Hazel is an award-winning figurative sculptor, who is passionate about people and their stories, with figure and portrait commissions in bronze a speciality. She is the artist behind the monumental Sir Nigel Gresley statue for King’s Cross station, and the joyful Cracker
Packers’ statue in Carlisle that has just been unveiled on International Women’s Day, 8 March. She is now working on her statue of the Suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst for St Peter’s Square, Manchester.

Hazel also seems to be becoming a celebrity due to her fantastic work on public commissions, with many features in national newspapers, radio and tv!

'Mum/Me II' by Hazel Reeves

About the Fountain Gallery

The gallery is located just across the bridge from Hampton Court Palace, in a delightful shopping street famous for its cafes, restaurants, antique shops and boutiques. A lovely outing with friends or family.


Free parking in local roads and Bridge Rd after 9.30am (limit 3 hours).

Hampton Court train station is just 4 minutes walk away, and a Pay & Display parking available in the station car park.

 Address:

26 Bridge Road,

Hampton Court,

East Molesey, Surrey, KT8 9HA

We are open:

11.00 - 17.30 Tuesday to Sunday

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