Currently

He is working for a show for his newest sea paintings at the Catto gallery opening in mid July 2018

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Exhibition History

Ramsay Gibb in his studio

Ramsay Gibb in his studio

From 1994 until its 2014 closure he was solely represented by Francis Kyle Gallery Maddox Street London.

He participated first in that gallery’s “Jazz” exhibition, travelling through the Mississippi Delta to New Orleans painting in watercolour the locations, rural and urban that inspired the music he still loves.

Subsequently, he was a participant in the gallery’s exhibition devoted to woodland: “Per una selva oscura – artists take to the forest” (1995).

From 1995 onwards he has worked almost exclusively in oils, contributing to many of the gallery’s theme exhibitions, including:

  • “The Saxon Shore: a portrait of East Anglia in the perspective of history”(1997)
  • “Everyone Sang: a view of Siegfried Sassoon and his world”(2006)
  • “Rodina: Twenty five Artists from the west winter in Russia”(2008)
  • “That gong-tormented sea: contemporary painters pursue the idea and reality of Byzantium”(2009).
  • “‘This Twittering World’ A celebration of T.S Eliot’s four Quartets”(2011).

Since 2003 the core of his work has focused mainly on subjects in Britain and in particular the landscapes of the North and Scotland.

He has had nine solo exhibitions with Francis Kyle Gallery London since 1998, including “Waterscapes” (2004), “In the Northern Seas” (2006), “A first avowed intent” (2011). The latest of these “The Pilgrim Coast” (2013), was first shown (July -September 2013) at two public venues the Granary Gallery, Berwick-upon-Tweed and Woodhorn Museum, Ashington.

More recently he has shown at the Fosse Gallery, Stow in the Wold, Gloucestershire, 2015, and had a solo exhibition “Silent Waves, paintings of mountain and coast” Art Decor Gallery, Whalley, Lancashire, March 2016, In summer 2016 he was a major contributor to” The British Landscape” exhibition at the Catto gallery London

In 2016 and 2017 he showed new seascapes at the Moncrieff-Bray gallery, Petworth, West Sussex.