Regeneration  Dec 2023

Hansard Studio unveils "Regeneration," an innovative exhibition exploring the profound theme of renewal, restoration, and the resilience inherent in the process of regeneration. Selected by esteemed artist Day Bowman, renowned critic Jean Wainwright, and curator Philippa Beale, the participating artists collectively colonised the gallery space, transforming it into a dynamic exhibition that reflects the myriad facets of regeneration.

The Viewing Room   Apr 2023

Continuing with the spirit of the unique and intimate Viewing Room space created in Bath, Sandra Higgins Art Projects had curated a group exhibition from selected online gallery artists — including: Luke M. Walker, Richard Walker, Fiona McIntyre, Louisa Burnett Hall, Timothy Emlyn Jones, Maxine Foster, Iain Cotton, John Ball, Andrelis-Rye, Day Bowman, Pete Hoida, Belinda Crozier, David Walsh, David Ferry, Mark Elliott, Smith Marq P. Kearey, Marguerite Horner and Ruth Piper.

Anniversary 10 x 10   May 2023

Featuring 36 member artists, Anniversary 10 x 10 celebrated ArtCan's 10 year anniversary with 2D artworks measuring no more than 10 inches on the longest side, and with 3D work no more than 10 inches in any direction. The show included works in painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking, collage, glass and ceramics and had been curated by Day Bowman, as well as Sandy Layton.

INTERWOVEN: Chromatic Conversations  May 2023

An intimate show of work at Hansard Studio by Clare Burnett and Claude Vergez. These two artists who have shared studios and practice over two decades meet in a space of abstraction, a moment in time when colour and form interact in a subtle and questioning manner. At the core of both artists’ practice is the question of colour, the constant quest for presence versus subtlety, its unpredictable emotional nature and how combinations can act on the psyche like a gong.

Two Painters and a Sculptor Jun 2022

Throughout Kensington and Chelsea Art Week, Hansard Studio exhibited works by three award-winning artists – namely Susan Absolon, Day Bowman and Alexandra Harley whose work through line, colour and space creates a powerful dialogue. These are works that invite us to reflect, meditate and celebrate the act of doing and making in the visual arts.

Small is Beautiful Dec 2021

Celebrating the messy business of paint, the artist Day Bowman teamed up with the curator Sandra Higgins to select and curate an exhibition of small works by fellow painters. The works of these ten total painters are as diverse, as strong and painterly. Some artists works are figurative, others celebrate abstraction the key to all these small paintings is a fearless commitment to wrestling with paint, in order to communicate ideas on canvas, board or paper.