Clouds on the Sky
Saturday 29th of June – Sunday 8th of July
“Located in the heart of a historic town in the picturesque county of Somerset, Glastonbury Galleries is an established gallery and picture framing business. Taught by her father (the artist John Morland) Ruth then took over the picture framing side of the business 25 years ago. During this time she qualified as a Guild Commended Framer and the business has developed a reputation of providing a dynamic and trustworthy service to its customers.”
Ripley Art Centre 2018
“Clouds on the Sky”
The paintings are between abstract and neo-surrealism in this exhibition, symbolising the human mind or personality. We standing in front of the blue sky, but we identify ourselves with the clouds. This clouds will show up different human nature, because the unique combination of the air and the Sun and how they can cover the blue sky.
Beckenham Place Park, 2018
Glades, Bromley – 2018
Horniman Museum 2017 and 2018
Bromley Library 2016
Katalin Ubornyak – 6th January to 29th January 2010
Katalin Ubornyak – Ludasto
6th January to 29th January 2010
Open eve 7th January 7-9pm
Ludasto (Hansakunda),means Swan-lake, Ludasto is found in the heart of Hungary’s country side. In this area families lived far a way from each other, on farms in the past. Many of them left their properties and lands or sold them after post world war decades. The exhibition is about this Holy Place. I would like to show you the mysteries of the forest, the fields, the trees and the sky that is full of holiness.
Nehru Centre London, 2006