Behind the Scenes, March 2013.

If you’ve ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes at Claremont Gallery when we change over Exhibitions well here’s your chance. We kept a photo diary you could follow on Instagram and Twitter while we dismantled Paul Furneaux’s exhibition and installed ‘In the Garden of Time and Flight’ by Tuck-Chee Phung.

Have a look below at what’s involved:


Thanks to everyone who helped: Team Caldwell, Team Johnston, Derek our painter,  John our Courier and Liselotte for helping at the opening!

Special thanks to Mr C for precision hanging and wine pouring!

‘In the Garden of Time and Flight’ by Tuck-Chee Phung continues to the 20th April 2013.

Tuck-Chee Phung Exhibition

“We shall not cease from exploration.
And the end of all our exploring
Will be to arrive where we started
And know the place for the first time.”

T.S. Eliot (1888-1965)

Just a small selection of visitors comments about this exhibition:

‘Beautiful, awe-inspiring, stunning!’

“Very exciting and thought provoking.’

‘Wonderful detail, the more I look the more I find.’

‘Brilliant show – really inspiring in all ways.’

‘Thank you for a very inspiring and touching experience.’


About msmarmalades

Artist, Gallerist, Collector, Traveller and Foodie. Collections of inspirational places and experiences. Thoughts and observations I’ve made on the way!
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