Graze Grooves – Duncan Curtis & Martin Weightman – Café Accordions

Sunday November 8th, 12-1pm.

Café accordions of Duncan Curtis and Martin Weightman bring street tango, urbane waltz, passionate polka and more…Enjoy Sunday brunch on a new level! Free entry …..but call 01424 439 736 to reserve your table.

 

 

 

 

Thursday Nov 5th – Graze Grooves with Lynda Murray (sax) & Tazina Frank (vocal), 8-10pm

Join us on Thursday Nov 5th for a sax /vocal collaboration. Wonderful, relaxed jazz tunes with added vocals from Tazina.

Call 01424 439 736 to reserve a table – free entry.

Current exhibition – ANGELA CHARLES & KATRINA PECHAL – Nov 18th to Dec 31st

The exhibition which rounds off 2015 brings two exciting artists to Graze.

Angela Charles paintings reveal her sense of awe at the southwest coast – its contrasting peacefulness and untamed wildness. Layers are built up, forcefully wiped away and frantic marking with tools or pencils reflecting memory and felt experience. Born just outside Brighton, and now based in Somerset, Angela Charles studied at Worthing College of Art before continuing her studies at GC where she gained a BA Hons in Fine Art (Textiles). Her reputation as a painter has grown since first exhibiting in 1989 and her works are increasingly sought after by galleries throughout the UK.

Katrina Pechal studied at Camberwell School of Art where she cites the influence of Takashi Yasadu, Colin Pearson and Ewen Henderson on her work. Other influences include Medieval English and Japanese ceramics and the work of Hans Coper and Lucie Rie.

She works with stoneware clay and fires her work in such a way that the glaze pits and pulls away from itself into globules, creating an eroded, ‘volcanic’ look. She continues to develop new colours and textures in the glazes and seeks inspiration in her surroundings and costal landscapes.

 

 

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NOV 11 Graze Grapes – Wine Tasting £25pp

Graze Grapes includes 8 wines and food in a relaxed and convivial atmosphere.

£25pp (in advance) includes 7 wines plus a surprise dessert wine and some food to complement the evening.

Places are limited so please message us on Fb/email info@grazeongrand.com or call 01424 439736 to reserve your place.

Graze Grooves – Ben Davis (Cello) & Jonny Phillips (Guitar) – Thurs Dec 17th 8-10pm

Ben Davis (cello) and Jonny Phillips (guitar) have been playing together 12 years in a South American/Spanish influenced band called Oriole.  A stellar group of players, we’re delighted to welcome two of them at Graze. Tonight we’ll enjoy melodically driven tunes stripped down to the intimate sound of guitar and cello.

Call 01424 439 736 to reserve a table.

SEP 3rd & 17th – Graze Grooves with Lynda Murray playing sultry sax

Join us this Thursday for more of Lynda’s jazz tunes. Relaxed and cruisy – and free entry. Call 01424 439 736 to reserve a table.

AUG 20 Graze Grooves with Lynda Murray playing cruisy sax

Join us this Thursday for more of Lynda’s jazz tunes. Relaxed and cruisy – and free entry. Call 01424 439 736 to reserve a table.

AUG 19 Graze Grapes – French Wine Tasting £25pp

Graze grapes no.2 – a foray into French wines. Don’t know your Vouvray from your viognier? Or Brouilly from a Faugeres? Let wine tasting expert Eric Appollodorus take you on a relaxed journey into his native country’s wines. £25pp (in advance) includes 7 wines plus a surprise dessert wine and some food to complement the evening. Places are limited so please message us on Fb/email info@grazeongrand.com or call 01424 439736 to reserve your place. Salut!

7 July – Private View – Christine Wieland exhibition

Please join us for the private view of Graze’s second exhibition.
Christine Wieland hails from Munich and her ‘Fragilities’ show has a wonderful selection of larger and smaller scale pieces. Full of light, energy and liveliness these pieces invite contemplation and encourage freedom of thought.Come and see for yourself!

Edgelands – new works by Sally Cole – 1 May–28 June 2015

We are delighted to host local artist Sally Cole for the launch of Graze on Grand. Doors open this Friday!
‘Edgelands’ describes my sense of travelling to the edge, both in the literal sense of going to the far ends of the earth to sit on the edge of a rock looking across the Tasman Sea or clambering over the cliffs of the Pembroke coast to look out to the Atlantic. But also importantly for me it describes my internal response – the sense of working up to the edge of my understanding of the landscape.