who and what is TAG ?
Tubes Artists Gallery (TAG) was created by painters TUBES magazine as a secondary publication. It’s purpose was to provide a direct gallery showcase for the artists who joined the Tubes Artists Group on Facebook. The initial issue (#1) was designed along the same lines as the main magazine. The next issue was modified to give TAG a cleaner look. But it was TAG#3 that the publication really came into it’s own. The sleek and contemporary design really caught on with readers, artists, art collectors and commercial galleries. And issue #3 was the highest read TUBES publication or showcase in 2019.
Today TAG is now the magazine and catalogue for the World Art Exhibitions. TAG will be available in all WAE exhibitions. Next exhibition is is at the Barton Arcade, in Manchester City Centre. MANCHESTER 2020 April World Art Exhibitions and British Art Exhibitions have scheduled eight pop-up exhibitions starting in Manchester April 2020. Book your space by going to: https://www.worldartexhibitions.co.uk/
In between time here is the list of accomplished artists that Tubes selceted to exhibit their work for our international readers and art collectors.
TAG#1 includes: Marta Kisiliczyk, Brian Cote, Alison Tydlesly, Preben Saxild, Karen Wise, Philip Westcott, Arista Alanis, Paul Browne, Pauline Rignall and Steve Capper.
TAG#2 includes: Shirley Fletcher, Clare Thatcher, Denis Taylor, Gregory Evans, Malcolm Taylor, Gerry Halpin, Ron Coleman, Chris Oddie and Arwyn Quick.
TAG#3 includes: Anthony Barrow, Cherie Grist, Claire McCarthy, Claudia Araceli, David Bez, Jocelyn Roberts, Malcom Dobbins, Martin David and Ron Etherington.
TAG#4 includes: Liz Doyle, David Eastens, Shahin De Heart, Riccardo Vitiello, Myfanwy Williams, Ian Fallace, Liz Cleaves, Paul McCloskey, Volker Mayr, Kelvin Harvey and Peter Murray.Below
LINK TO TAG#3 CLICK HERE
LINK TO TAG#4 CLICK HERE