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Line, Form & Colour

The Aldeburgh Gallery, 143 High Street, Aldeburgh, Suffolk

6-12th June 

An exhibition looking at  three elements of art, line,form and colour from present day artists to mid and late 20th century curated by Irish Weaver of the Fry Gallery in Saffron Walden. Over thirty artists represented working in drawings, oils and 3 d including Henry Newcomb, Maggi Hambling, John Bellany, Ed Kluz, Telfer  Stokes, Jonathan Christie, Richard Bawden, Edward Bawden, Eduardo Paolozzi, Mark Hearld , Jonny Hannah and Geoffrey Clarke.


John Martin Gallery, Albemarle Street, London

18th September - 5th October

Designs for pageantry, celebration and pleasure form the inspiration for Ed Kluz’s exhibition, Facades. From the Arches of Triumph constructed for the Coronation of James I in 1604, to the Ranelagh Rotunda and Inigo Jones’s unexecuted plans for a new Whitehall Palace, each occupies a significant place in London’s cultural history despite being either short-lived or existing only as engravings and drawings. Elaborate architectural schemes giving an effect of magnificence and opulence were often no more than fragile, temporary facades. In recreating these lost splendours, Ed Kluz’s paintings set out to capture the sense of celebration for which they were designed, pleasures as fleeting and impermanent as their architecture.

The Miniaturists

The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh

30th October - 23rd December

The Scottish Gallery presents The Miniaturists - an intriguing collection of beautifully made works of art on a small scale. The title of the exhibition is inspired by the fictional novel of the same name, which centred around the 17th century doll’s house made famous by Petronella Oortman of Amsterdam. There is something inherently covetable about small, beautifully made, transportable objects that can be treasured forever. The Miniaturists features an international selection of artists who have made unique works in various materials.



Christie's Lates - Hidden Treasures

Christie's, King Street, London

12th March 6-8.30pm

Free event

Uncover the hidden treasures of historic houses at the Christie’s Late event. Using furniture and works of art from the Noble & Private Collections sale, our King Street galleries will be transformed into sumptuously styled rooms to explore, alongside an array of talks and activities. Artist Ed Kluz will be in conversation with architectural historian Olivia Horsfall Turner about their new book The Lost House Revisited. An exhibition of Ed's works will also be on show from the 10th - 13th March. All works will be for sale via the John Martin Gallery.



Lotte Inch Gallery, York

3rd August - 1st September

This August, Lotte Inch Gallery is thrilled to welcome back to the city, renowned Yorkshire artist Ed Kluz alongside fellow illustrator Christopher Moss, in their new show, Look at York.  The inspiration for this exhibition comes from a shared fascination with Yorkshire’s most famous historic city. It’s rich and dynamic history is recorded in an extraordinary variety of buildings. The exhibition is a collection of works which show York and its built heritage in a new light through the reinterpretation and rendering of familiar landmarks through the eyes of two Yorkshire artists.

The exhibition will comprise of around forty framed works including original egg tempera paintings by Christopher Moss as well as scraper boards, paper collages and prints by Ed Kluz all inspired by the buildings of York. There will also be unframed works available for sale by both artists.

Christopher and Ed have known each other since 1996. Christopher taught Ed A-level art at Richmond School (Yorkshire). He was an important figure in the development of Ed’s ideas and approach to image making. Both artists have continued a strong friendship ever since. 

Bess of Hardwick and her houses

Chatsworth House - Art Out Loud Festival.

22nd of September 2.30-3.30pm

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Author Kate Hubbard and artist Ed Kluz discuss Bess of Hardwick's (1527-1608) passion for building.


The first of the four houses Bess built in Derbyshire was Elizabethan Chatsworth, which took over thirty years to complete. Hardwick Old and New Halls and Owlcotes followed, but only Hardwick New Hall, on which Bess embarked as a seventy-year-old widow in 1590, survives. What part Bess played in the building process, the importance of her craftsmen, the contribution of Robert Smythson, who designed Hardwick New Hall and Owlcotes, and the legacy of her houses, will all be discussed.


The Scottish Gallery, Dundas Street, Edinburgh 

3rd - 27th October

Two artists inspired by the same intrigue in architecture exhibit together at the Scottish Gallery in Edinburgh.   They have selected some of Scotland’s most quirky or abandoned buildings as a starting point and worked their own interpretations in print and collage or silver and gold.  


With fine quality of craftsmanship combined with detailed observation of architecture from Ancient Rome to contemporary buildings, Vicki makes jewellery and silverware that connect a place of significance to the wearer or dining table.  Techniques of trompe l’oeil or manipulation of proportion achieve her desired effect.  Recently she made a collection for her exhibition at the Ashmolean Museum inspired by the iconic landmarks of Oxford. She has exhibited worldwide with items in the V&A, Royal Scottish Museum, L.A Contemporary Art Museum, Houston University Collection and many other public and private collections.


Ed will exhibit around 30 new original scraper boards, collages and paintings alongside Vicki's meticulous works in precious metals.



Ed Kluz - literary lunch

Wetherby Festival 

12th October

Book tickets HERE

Ed will be giving a talk about his recent book 'The Lost House Revisited' where he will focus on the extraordinary gothic Fonthill Abbey and its builder William Beckford. 

The Lost Country House - Hamilton Lectures Conference - The English Country House

Planting Fields, Oyster Bay, New York, USA

3rd November 

Book tickets HERE

As part of the conference Ed will deliver a lecture about lost English country houses with particular reference to his research surrounding the nine houses which comprise his recent book 'The Lost House Revisited'. A wealth of imagery and anecdotes about the great houses which feature in the book will make this a visual and theatrical exploration of the subject.


A Printmaker's Journey

The Gallery, Winchester Discovery Centre, Winchester 

11th March - 30th April

An exhibition of the work of artist and printmaker Angie Lewin. The show will also feature a curated selection of work by printmakers, painters and designers whose work she admires including Mark Hearld, Emily Sutton, Ed Kluz, Eric Ravilious, Edward Bawden, Alan Reynolds and Paul Morrison. The exhibition will then visit Basingstoke and Lymington.


175 Years of Art

The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh


3rd May - 3rd June


This exhibition will celebrate 175 years of the Scottish Gallery. 175 works by artists past and present will be on show.

Inspiring Landmarks

The Old Truman Brewery, London


28th June - 4th July

A group exhibition of new work curated and inspired by the Landmark Trust.

Pastscapes & The Lost House Revisited II

John Martin Gallery, 38 Albermarle Street, Mayfair, London

4th - 28th October

A solo exhibition of new large-scale paper collages inspired by city-scape and buildings of London. In parallel over 30 recent collages, drawings, scraperboards and a selection of the artist's collection of 18th and 19th century engravings which feature in Ed's new book 'The Lost House Revisited' will also be on display.

Airs, Reels and Ballads

The Scottish Gallery, Dundas Street, Edinburgh

1st - 29th November

Airs, Reels and Ballads brings together nineteen printmakers, painters and applied artists in a celebration of British Art.

Curated by Christina Jansen of The Scottish Gallery and Simon Lewin of St Jude’s, Airs, Reels and Ballads is an eclectic group of work featuring; Clive BowenChris BrownDavid CassJonathan ChristieAmy DennisLizzie FareyAndrea GeileJonathan GibbsPeter and Linda GreenJonny HannahMark Hearld Joe HoganMichael KirkmanEd KluzAngie Lewin Michael McVeighCharles ShearerTerry Shone Emily Sutton.

SHEER FOLLY: Fanciful Buildings of Britain

The Yorkshire Sculpture Park, West Bretton, Wakefield, Yorkshire

10th November  2017 - 25th February 2018

YSP presents Ed Kluz's largest solo show to date. Over 60 new works inspired by follies and eccentric buildings, including those of the Bretton Estate, will be on display. In addition there will be a new range of products designed by Ed alongside original two and three-dimensional works and limited edition prints.



Romanticism in the Welsh Landscape

MOMA, Machynlleth, Wales


19th March - 18th June

A major exhibition of works from public and private collections to explore the seminal role of Wales in the origin and renewal of Romanticism, from the late eighteenth century to the present. Works by contemporary artists are set in the context of the ‘father’ of landscape painting, Richard Wilson of Penegoes, the great artists of the Romantic era and Neo-Romantics such as John Minton, John Piper and Graham Sutherland. Curated by Dr Peter Wakelin.



One of a Kind - An Exhibition of Monoprints

Emma Mason Prints, Eastbourne


16th April - 14th May


This is the first time our gallery has had an exhibition devoted to monoprints. The monoprint is a form of printmaking where the image can only be made once, unlike most printmaking which allows for multiple originals. As such this will be an opportunity for you to buy a 'one-off' print by our contemporary printmakers. There will be monoprints by Chloe Cheese, Melvyn Evans, Michael Kirkman, Ed Kluz, Andy Lovell, Flora McLachlan, Alice Pattullo, Rob Peel and Charles Shearer.


Please join us for drinks in the gallery on the opening day, Saturday 16th April. All work will be available to buy either in the gallery or online from 10.00am. You will be able to see a preview of the prints on our website in the week running up to the exhibition.


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Paper, Patterns and Paste: Contemporary Collage Masterclass

Charleston Farmhouse, East Sussex


18th April 10am - 4pm & 19th April 10am - 4pm


Using paper as your core medium, this two-day workshop will explore how texture, form, composition and colour can be achieved through the layering and pasting of papers to create collage. Join artist Ed Kluz to re-imagine Charleston's interior decor then rip, cut and glue to create abstract forms.


Includes materials, tour and artisan lunch.


If you are booking a Friends ticket you will be asked to show proof of membership on arrival.


Fee - £220 (standard) £200 (friends of Charleston)


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John Martin Gallery at Glyndebourne

Mildmay Restaurant, Glyndebourne, East Sussex


21st May - 28th August


The John Martin gallery presents a new series of large collages depicting famous opera houses from around the world.


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16th October - 7th November


 John Martin Gallery

38 Albermarle St, London 


A solo exhibtion of new large scale collages which look at some of the most iconic of Britain's historic buildings - from the high Victorian eccentricity of Joseph Paxton's Crystal Palace to the Medieval magnificence of Wells Cathedral.


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April & May


25th April - 30th May

Quercus Gallery, Bath


A solo show of new paintings and collages based on the architecture of Bath and Somerset.


Private view Friday the 24th April 6 - 8pm.


Please contact the gallery for more information






The Architecture of Enlightenment

1st - 24th December

The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh


Inspired by the 18th century classical architecture of Scotland, Ed will exhibit a large collection of new collages, paintings and prints in his second solo show at the Scottish Gallery.





Nostalgia & Progress: Illustration after the Second World War

12th November 2014 - 28th February 2015

The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery, University of Leeds


A new exhibition showcasing the work of major post-war British illustrators such as Edward Bawden and Edward Ardizzone, as well as contemporary illustrators inspired by the era.





The Lost House Revisited

13th September - 13th December -

Mascalls Gallery, Paddock Wood, Kent


In his first solo museum exhibition, Ed presents a series of large collages which explore the creation and destruction of the great country houses of Britain. 





Old and New Friends

4th - 14th July

Pentreath & Hall, Rugby Street, London


Neil Jennings Fine Art and Pentreath & Hall join forces in a selling exhibition of original works and prints by Eric Ravilious, Edward Bawden and Ed Kluz.





Designing the Everyday: from Bloomsbury and Ravilious to the present day

17th May - 31st August

The Towner, Eastbourne 


Towner celebrates the anniversary of the Modern Art for the Table exhibition at Harrods in 1934, with a dispay featuring some of the greatest names of British art including Paul Nash, Graham Sutherland, Laura Knight and Duncan Grant and a wider survey of artists working in British industry during the 20th century as well as the contemporary designs of Angie Lewin, Ed Kluz and the company St Jude's.




Past exhibitions 


V&A - 'Cherry on the Cake' (group) 2009

The Bankside Gallery, London - 'St Jude's in the City' (group) 2010

The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh - 'The Drawing Room' (solo) 2012

The Fry Art Gallery, Saffron Walden - (group) 2013

Liverpool School of Art - 'The Ghosts of Gone Birds' (group) 2012

The Rochelle School, London - 'The Ghosts of Gone Birds' (group) 2012

Scampston Hall, North Yorkshire - 'British Printmaking' (group) 2012

Newby Hall, North Yorkshire - (resdency and solo) 2010

Mottisfont Abbey, Hampshire - 'Cutting Edge. The Art of Paper' (group) 2011