Andy Reeve


Symphony in D (Major) recently featured in the Carved, Cast and Constructed sculpture exhibition at Wymondham Arts Centre. The exhibition was curated by Ros Newman who for thirty years  exhibited with the Alwin Gallery in London and has exhibited work internationally. Ros is a member of the Royal Society of British Sculptors and the British Artist Blacksmiths Association.


The exhibition was one of the Eastern Daily Press's 'Six of the Best' Cultural Highlights.


Click on the links below for more information.


A series of new paintings inspired by sculptural forms and archaic influences are now exclusively available to purchase at Riverside Art and Glass in Wroxham, Norfolk.


The work is also inspired through Reeve's recent work exhibited alongside the Moore in Focus: A Friendship in Letters exhibition at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts (click on Sculpture in the menu bar above).


Discover more by visiting Reeve's page on the Riverside Art and Glass website by clicking on the link below. The work can also be seen by clicking on the Archaic Forms button in the menu bar above.


Riverside Art and Glass offer art to purchase via monthly instalments through their Art for All scheme. Contact Riverside Art and Glass for further details on 01603 784000





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Andy Reeve is delighted to be a part of the National Brain Appeal's 'A Letter in Mind' exhibition taking place in the gallery at Oxo Tower Wharf on London's South Bank. The exhibition celebrates the 30th anniversary of the National Brain Appeal's work.


All of the selected artists have made a unique one-off artwork using one of two envelopes provided by the National Brain Appeal. All the works are exhibited anonymously until sold with proceeds being donated to the National Brain Appeal. Artists taking part include Grayson Perry, and Billy Childish.


The exhibition is free to enter and open to the public from 2nd to 6th October.


For more information about the National Brain Appeal, and Oxo Tower Wharf, click on the links below.

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The winner of Archaic Head Form Undisclosed is Louise, proprietor of Balfour and Moffat, Norwich!


Congratulations, Louise!


My sincere thanks to all those who entered the competition. It's always fun to do and quite exciting!