Current and Upcoming

Codes of Faith
10th December – 29th January, Laura I. Gallery, London

The exhibition will be travelling to a different venue as part of a new unique collaboration with University of East London and Barking Learning Center.

2nd of February - 17th of February 2017, Barking Learning Centre Gallery space, 2 Town Square, Barking

Second Private View: 2nd of February 2017 at 5:30-pm – 8:30pm

Curated by Laura Iosifescu “Codes of Faith” is a group exhibition displaying artwork on the theme of faith from over 30 artists in order to celebrate diversity and promote world peace. Professional and amateur artists from myriad backgrounds and cultures will be displaying works representing their personal beliefs, varying from those who follow traditional religions to ideas about atheism and pagan spirituality. The aim of this multi-discipline exhibition is to inspire people to live in harmony, embrace differences and promote friendship and peace through our common values and wishes for personal peace and autonomy.

Throughout history, different religions and spiritual ideologies have had the power to separate people from each other and to create conflict. The organisers of “Codes of Faith aim to demonstrate that through art we can communicate to one another, overcome differences and unite in understanding and respect. By prompting dialogue and encouraging interdisciplinary exploration, “Codes of Faith” will ring in the holiday season in a truly thought-provoking way.

Sherfield Open Exhibition 2017

Sherfield Gallery, Sherfield on Loddon

Private View: 20th January 2017

Exhibition Dates: 20th January - 10th March 2017
The gallery is open to the public from Mon-Fri 9-5pm during term time by appointment.

Courses for 2017:

Starting in Drawing and Painting
Kingsclere Village Club

Creative Drawing Course
Viables Craft Centre

Painting With Watercolours
The Hurst Leisure Centre

Creative Drawing Course
The Hurst Leisure Centre

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Bethany Milam is a Hampshire based Interdisciplinary Fine Artist, engaging with a broad range of media including; installations, mixed media, painting and drawing. Permeating through her diverse practice is an interest in the subconscious mind, daydreams, narratives and the transformation of the commonplace, combined with a keen observation of everyday life. Her works often imply a narrative that is never told in full encouraging the viewer to construct their own meanings.

Having completed a PGCE, Bethany is also a workshop facilitator, catering for both children and adults.

“I have a strong belief in the importance of art within our society and am keen to pass on this enthusiasm.”

Feel free to contact Bethany for any information about the artworks.
Commissions are welcomed.

Prints for Sale

Photographic prints taken from the original drawing, ‘Reaching Out – Street Pastors In Action’ are now available.

A3 prints; unframed £10 and framed £30. (The overall frame size is approx. 44cm x 54cm). Greetings Cards are also available, please use the contact form to enquire.