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Rose Hilton's joyful painting

— October 2014

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Rose Hilton, Blue Cafe, 2007. Oil on canvas

Rose Hilton: Giving Life to Painting

Saturday 4 October
5.30p.m. – 8p.m.

Studio 3 Gallery
Jarman Building, University of Kent
Canterbury CT2 7UG

This show will continue until 19 December
Monday – Friday, 9a.m.– 5p.m.

Studio 3 Gallery is presenting a major new exhibition of paintings by Rose Hilton this Autumn. Titled ‘Giving Life to Painting’ – a phrase taken from Post-Impressionist Pierre Bonnard’s notes – the exhibition will feature over 25 of Hilton’s lyrical, sensitive and joyful canvases, including recent landscapes, still-lifes, interiors and nudes, but also key works from earlier in the artist’s career, such as the poignant Roger’s Room (1973) depicting her late husband, the artist Roger Hilton.  Hilton was born in Leigh, near Tonbridge; this exhibition is the first solo show that she has had in her home county of Kent.

For more information about this exhibition, see the gallery website.

This exhibition is presented in association with Messum’s Gallery, and further example of Rose Hilton’s work will be on view in their Cork St location.

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