Corinna's solo exhibition was scheduled to be on show at Hillsborough's Cupola gallery at the moment. While the gallery is closed, enjoy a peek at the work in Cupola's video interview with the artist.
Keen to fill a gap in Sheffield's contemporary art market, in 1991 Karen Sherwood – a recent graduate of Psalter Lane Art College – opened up Cupola in Hillsborough. People told Karen she'd chosen the wrong side of town to open an art gallery. As it quite thankfully turned out, she knew better. Over twenty years on, Cupola continues to brighten up this corner of the city with its series of exhibitions and its shelves and walls lined with ceramics, paintings and jewellery.
Karen's enthusiasm for art radiates throughout Cupola and it's become known for its warm and unassuming welcome. You can continue to enjoy the bright, welcoming Cupola experience online – see below for the gallery's series of video interviews, insights into art forms, and peeks at past exhibitions.
Karen Sherwood is managing director at Sheffield's Cupola Contemporary Art. In this video she shares some thoughts on printmaking.
Karen Sherwood set up Cupola Contemporary Art in Hillsborough in 1991. In this video she talks about why she runs the gallery.
Amid by Shaeron Caton Rose was a 2017 exhibition at Cupola Gallery, featuring work made in response to the artist’s residencies in two different faith communities.
Cupola has been bringing contemporary art to Hillsborough since 1991. Now, you can continue to enjoy the bright, welcoming Cupola experience online – see below for the gallery's Graham sharing some thoughts on collage.
"What can you get in a gallery for £200? What is the value of art and does it have anything to do with its price?” Cupola posed these questions with its 2017 exhibition Original 200. See video of the exhibition, featuring the work of 33 artists.
Take a video tour around Cupola – showing you all four galleries and the sculpture garden.
Watch a time-lapse video of a live printing event at Cupola, with printmaker John Pedder and assistant Emily Peak inking up and printing off a 7ft x 4ft woodcut piece called Hinged.