Exhibitions and Press

Exhibitions:
Solo Pop Up Art show at Neptune Wimbledon, October 2018

 

“Figuring out the Landscape”, joint show at the Stableyard Gallery, Morden Hall Park National Trust, September 2018 

“Taking Liberties”. Merton Arts Festival, September 2018

Summer Show 2018, La Galleria Pall Mall, July 2018

“Times & Seasons”, Art & Music event, Hill Singers, June 2018

“People & Places”, a solo exhibition of contemporary figures and landscapes at the Norman Plastow Gallery April 2018

“The Sound of Art” exhibition at The Sound Lounge, January to March 2018 in conjunction with the Merton Arts Festival, Merton Council and The Sound Lounge

“Far from the Madding Crowd” – exhibition and auction of contemporary landscapes, seascapes and townscapes, Menier Gallery, London in association with The Auction Collective and Narcissus Arts February 2018

“Visually Literate 2”, Menier Gallery, London exhibition in creative collaboration with poets and writers January 2018

Christmas Pop Up Art Event, Pop Up art exhibition, South Park Gardens, Wimbledon, London December 2017

Open House, Merton Arts Festival, September 2017

“Reflection & Transformation”, Merton Arts Festival, September 2017

Jo’s work is currently on display at APPI Healthcare Wimbledon and has also been displayed at HMV Curzon  in 2018.

Recent Press:

Feeling at home: Wimbledon artist holds pop-up exhibition in furniture showrooms Article by Jen Tombs in South West Londoner – October 2018 – in which she comments”Jo is known for panoramic landscapes and anonymous, abstract figures, which reviewers have described as ‘striking’ and ‘eerie’.”

In the studio with….Jo Holdsworth Interview and article by Arts & Collections “With seemingly effortless brush strokes and a limited colour palette, she crafts an artistic window into quintessentially British scenes.” Article by Sam Stevenson at Arts & Collections which considers the comparison with Lowry’s figure paintings and looks at Jo’s inspirations and techniques April 2018

Art show that takes the viewer on an evocative journey a review of Jo’s solo show “People & Places” at the Norman Plastow Gallery, Wimbledon, April 2018 by Jenny Booth Editorial, the Culture Vulture in which she describes Jo’s work “like Lowry she has an amazing eye for the dynamic patterns formed by a shifting crowd of people”.

Merton Arts Festival: Artists to look out for Article by Jenny Booth, Culture Vulture arts journalist about Jo Holdsworth’s Open House exhibition as part of the Merton Arts Festival September 2017

Jo’s work can also be seen in the October 2018 edition of The World of Interiors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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