Private View of Jeremiah! Inspired Interiors
June 2, 2016 - Zoe Dennington
We were delighted to be joined by a host of Museum friends, White Birch Museum Members, and special guests for a private view of our Jeremiah! Inspired Interiors
exhibition on 19 May.
The exhibition is a retrospective of the work of artist Jeremiah Goodman, and showcases his dynamic and evocative depictions of twentieth century interiors. The exhibition is on display until Friday 1 June, and you can find more information about it here.
Jeremiah’s long-standing friend interior designer Nicky Haslam was on hand to introduce the exhibition and share a few words about Jeremiah himself. We were all excited to meet Nicky, whose career has seen him design interiors for clientele including Mick Jagger, Bryan Ferry, Rod Stewart, Ringo Starr, Charles Saatchi, and Rupert Everett.
Here are some images from the evening by photographer Leon Day (www.leondayimages.com), and reproduced here with the kind permission of Bath Life Magazine. Thanks to everyone who came along and made it such an enjoyable event.
Nicky Haslam making his opening remarks
Nicky Haslam with Dean Rhys Morgan, curator of the exhibition
Caroline Villiers and Emma Heatley-Adams
Edward Bayntun-Coward, Dr Richard Wendorf (Director of the American Museum in Britain), and Dean Rhys Morgan
Richard Wyatt, Jude Maguire, and Darren Willison
Lucy and David Simon
Dean Rhys Morgan, Andrew Cuciurean, and Timothy Morgan Owen
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