Reprieve exhibition

Showing picture links and information about the Reprieve_exhibition being held at Bodmin Shire Hall from September 15th – 29th 2018 – weekdays 8.45am – 5pm, Saturdays 10am – 5pm.

The images shown below are not to scale. Installation shots showing the scale of will follow once the exhibition is in place. In the meantime you can follow these picture links to individual pages for further information including a view-in-room image of each painting, pre-exhibition discounts etc.

For a map showing the location of the venue click here.

Windfall Apple Tree in Winter - painting by Tom Henderson Smith from Reprieve_exhibition Winrer Oak - painting by Tom Henderson Smith from Reprieve_exhibition Confronting the beast, Lafrowda 2017 by artist Tom Henderson Smith from the Reprieve_exhibition Winter light, Mawgan Porth - Cornish Seascape by artist Tom Henderson Smith from the Reprieve_exhibition Farm Down a Lane - painting by artist Tom Henderson Smith from the Reprieve_exhibition Painting of Cornwall: Cloud above winter trees by artist Tom Henderson Smith from the Reprieve_exhibition Light Through the Pines - painting by artist Tom Henderson Smith from the Reprieve_exhibition
Dark falls painting by artist Tom Henderson Smith from the Reprieve_exhibition Painting of Cornwall: Cummulus and rooftops by artist Tom Henderson Smith from the Reprieve_exhibition Vision of moorland through the trees by artist Tom Henderson Smith from the Reprieve_exhibition Winter oak among houses painting by artist Tom Henderson Smith from the Reprieve_exhibition Houses among trees painting by artist Tom Henderson Smith from the Reprieve_exhibition Scheme for the interior of The Dome of Human Kindness by artist Tom Henderson Smith from the Reprieve_exhibition Full 2 dimensional projection of The Dome of Human Kindness mural by artist Tom Henderson Smith from the Reprieve_exhibition

This is Tom Henderson Smith’s most recent collection of paintings. As with the previous two of his collections to be shown at the Shire Hall, in 2015 and in 2016, there is a strong autobiographical element to it. There is an exhibition booklet, available at the venue for £1, which includes an essay by Gabrielle Hawkes and information about which charities will benefit from specific sales etc. Click here for a free downloadable PDF of this publication.