Kip was born in London but now lives in Gloucestershire along with his wife Penny and son Luke. Kip has been away from drawing and painting for some years, but over the last two years has returned to the subject. He is mainly self taught but back in 2013 started attending the Cheltenham School of Art to re-introduce himself to the technical aspects of painting. After experimenting with different mediums he has settled mainly with acrylics.
Summer Grill & Cocktail Sundays Every Sunday in August
This August Nature in Art is hosting a special selection of retrospective and recent work by one of the twentieth century’s most influential nature-inspired artists, John Busby.
With its distinctive pink colouring and one-legged stance, the flamingo is possibly the most easily recognized bird in the world. But what most of us don’t know is that there are actually six different species of flamingo, each differing in size and hue, and despite excellent fossil records, scientists have, until recently, had a difficult time positioning the flamingo within the avian genetic tree.
The infamous Bad Manners announce a live show at Guildhall Gloucester!
The new exhibition at Nature In Art gives members of the Brunel Broderers the opportunity to develop a number of themes about the natural world and to examine the possibilities of making work about the environment shown in an interior space and expands ideas by taking them outside. While each member works individually there are many links between them.
Enjoy an exclusive tour of the Slimbridge Reserve on a summer’s evening.
SportBeat is a weekend of summer fun, filled with an eclectic mix of music, sports and attractions.
Though far less well known than their day-time cousins, there are 50-times more moths than butterflies, they are much more diverse, and their stories are much more amazing.
Beer, Cider and Perry Festival on the Terrace