7th – 30th October 2021
As we step into Autumn, we are delighted to present this new group exhibition that celebrates the diverse qualities of Britain’s changing seasons.
We have a selection of works by some gallery favourites – Annie Ovenden, Haydn Cottam and Mark Godwin as well as introducing some wonderful new artists – Susie Fasht, Julian Vilarrubi and Nick Bodemeade.
July - August 2021
Throughout the summer we will be exhibiting a selection of artworks and regularly rotating what is on display in the gallery. Several of our recent exhibitions were held during lockdown, making it difficult for anyone to see the artwork. These included shows by Alain Bertrand, Derek Balmer and Simon Garden. We are now open as usual, please do come into see the exhibitions and ask for further information if you missed a particular show.
19th June - 7th July 2021
Rachel has a passion for storytelling. She regularly uses the written word as inspiration for her work, fixing on a poem or short story as the starting point for a series of sketches that will evolve into the finished piece. This is how Rachel imbues her luminous oil paintings with mystery and ambiguity.
19th June - 7th July 2021
Sculptor Helen Sinclair was born and lives in South Wales. She has worked from a studio on the Gower coast for over 30 years. This corner of the world defines her art – sometimes literally. “I collect driftwood, broken furniture, discarded debris and other beach-found stuff, all of which regularly introduce new and unexpected vocabulary to explore” she says. “The materials I work with are as stimulating to me as the subject matter.”
22nd May - 16th June 2021
Poul Webb’s flattened landscapes and perspective reimagines the man-made elements, he also throws out any suggestion of ‘realistic’ colour. The end result is a joyous painting style that hovers somewhere between the real and the abstract.
Wednesday 20th – Sunday 31st January 2021
This month we are taking part in the first ever London Art Fair online. This will be a virtual exhibition of a selection of paintings and sculptures from over 50 galleries. There will be individual viewing rooms for clients to enter and commentaries about the artworks. You will receive an email from us soon with details of how to visit the show.
5th - 23rd December 2020
A brand new collection of works from the easel of John Duffin – a painter of cities and urban life. With a background in naval architecture the buildings in John’s paintings frequently take centre stage but the city’s inhabitants are always there too to give meaning and life to the landscape.
28th November – 3rd December 2020
We have an exhibition of outstanding photographs by award winning photographer Matthew Maran. Matthew specialises in documenting the urban wildlife and landscapes of Hampstead Heath. His show will run for one week only and his Hampstead Heath calendars are also available for £10 each.
7th - 26th November 2020
Brett Humphries commitment to his work is total. The preparation begins long before the painting process even starts. In this new collection there are three paintings of cupcakes, which were all hand made by the artist. These were the three successes after over 125 failures.
June - October 2020
Our new exhibition showcases the exquisite craft of the sculptor Philip Jackson. Fans of Philip’s work will be thrilled to see this show offers several new maquettes, many inspired by the masked figures of Venice. Philip Jackson is Britain’s leading sculptor of public works. His pieces include Bobby Moore at Wembley and Bomber Command in Green Park. He was recently commissioned to create a national memorial to emergency workers.
5th - 23rd September 2020
We are delighted to announce that award-winning artist Ania Hobson will be exhibiting with us this Autumn. This will be Ania's first solo exhibition in London and there will be around 30 new paintings included. Images will be available to view on the website in August.
Catto Below July - August 2020
Bruce Yardley brings us an exhibition of accomplished cityscapes from Florence, Bruges, Oxford, London and Paris. There are also a series of charming interiors. This is high quality work, executed by an artist who has studied light for his entire career.
We will be exhibiting dramatic new works by Ian Berry and Ramsay Gibb and some previously unseen paintings by Walasse Ting at the London Art Fair, Stand G38, Business Design Centre, Islington. We have a few free entrance tickets for the fair so do get in touch if you would like us to send you one.