ARCHIVE: This event has now finished Fieldwork: Exhibition of Paintings by Martin Swan

11 March 2011 - 30 April 2011 FREE


  • Fri 11 Mar at 9.30AM
  • Sat 12 Mar at 9.30AM
  • Mon 14 Mar at 9.30AM
  • Tue 15 Mar at 9.30AM
  • Wed 16 Mar at 9.30AM
  • Thu 17 Mar at 9.30AM
  • Fri 18 Mar at 9.30AM
  • Sat 19 Mar at 9.30AM
  • Mon 21 Mar at 9.30AM
  • Tue 22 Mar at 9.30AM
  • Wed 23 Mar at 9.30AM
  • Thu 24 Mar at 9.30AM
  • Fri 25 Mar at 9.30AM
  • Sat 26 Mar at 9.30AM
  • Mon 28 Mar at 9.30AM
  • Tue 29 Mar at 9.30AM
  • Wed 30 Mar at 9.30AM
  • Thu 31 Mar at 9.30AM
  • Fri 1 Apr at 9.30AM
  • Sat 2 Apr at 9.30AM
  • Mon 4 Apr at 9.30AM
  • Tue 5 Apr at 9.30AM
  • Wed 6 Apr at 9.30AM
  • Thu 7 Apr at 9.30AM
  • Fri 8 Apr at 9.30AM
  • Sat 9 Apr at 9.30AM
  • Mon 11 Apr at 9.30AM
  • Tue 12 Apr at 9.30AM
  • Wed 13 Apr at 9.30AM
  • Thu 14 Apr at 9.30AM
  • Fri 15 Apr at 9.30AM
  • Sat 16 Apr at 9.30AM
  • Mon 18 Apr at 9.30AM
  • Tue 19 Apr at 9.30AM
  • Wed 20 Apr at 9.30AM
  • Thu 21 Apr at 9.30AM
  • Fri 22 Apr at 9.30AM
  • Sat 23 Apr at 9.30AM
  • Tue 26 Apr at 9.30AM
  • Wed 27 Apr at 9.30AM
  • Thu 28 Apr at 9.30AM
  • Sat 30 Apr at 9.30AM
Quay Arts

Box office: 01983 822490

Sea Street
Newport Harbour
Isle of Wight
PO30 5BD


Rope Store Gallery, Quay Arts, Newport, Isle of Wight - 11th March 2011 – 30th April 2011

Preview evening Thursday 10th March, 6-8pm.

Fieldwork, an exhibition of paintings by Martin Swan, marks a celebration of his 60th year and is a homage to the landscapes of the Isle of Wight from which he has drawn a lifetime’s pleasure.

Martin developed this work over the past two years, painting directly in the landscape, to create a collection of oil paintings showing the beauty of the Island throughout the seasons.

This is a unique collection by an artist who was born and grew up on the Island and has been painting since childhood.

Martin’s early landscapes were painted in the distinctive watercolour style with which he established his reputation. In recent years, he developed the marine paintings which won national and international recognition, resulting in an invitation to become a member of the RSMA.

Most of the work was painted in situ with larger works developed in the studio based on the field sketches.


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