Situated in Clocktower Court, the Sewell Centre Gallery was re-opened in Spring 2014 by Old Radleian Sandy Nairne, former Director of the National Portrait Gallery.
This stunning, purpose built gallery is a well known exhibiting space in Oxfordshire and further afield. The gallery hosts six contemporary art shows a year and is open to Radley pupils, the College community and the general public.
Sewell Centre Gallery aims to support local, up and coming artists and bring nationally and internationally established artists to this area. Over the last few years the gallery has exhibited work by well-known artists such as Tracey Emin, Bridget Riley, Eduardo Paolozzi, Patrick Heron, Peter Lanyon and Alan Davie. Most importantly the gallery is a valuable educational resource in keeping with the liberal aesthetic founding vision of Radley College. It plays a vital role in keeping the visual arts well and truly at the heart of College life.
Sewell Centre Gallery,
Radley College, Abingdon,
Oxfordshire, OX14 2HR
T: 01235 543039
Please contact the Exhibitions Curator, Amanda Jewell, if you have any queries or would like to register an interest in exhibiting in the gallery.
'Looking, Drawing, Painting, Drawing, Looking'
An exhibition of paintings, prints and drawings by Jeff Clarke
06 November to 15 December 2020
NB: Not open to the public
You are warmly invited to view the Sewell Centre Gallery's retrospective exhibition by distinguished Oxford painter and printmaker, Jeff Clarke.
Sadly, due to the latest Lockdown restrictions in England, the gallery remains closed to the public until further notice.
Photograph by John Milnes.
Work from previous Sewell Centre Gallery exhibitions are available to view here: