Posts Tagged: artist

Surprise winner

Andy Lawson prize draw – surprise winner

Artist Andy Lawson offered a prize draw at the PV of his show here on 6 December. Henrietta Oxlade, Financial Planner at Radcliffe & Newlands, pulled the winning entries out of a handy wine box. The winners were slightly surprising

Surprise winner

Andy Lawson prize draw – surprise winner

Artist Andy Lawson offered a prize draw at the PV of his show here on 6 December. Henrietta Oxlade, Financial Planner at Radcliffe & Newlands, pulled the winning entries out of a handy wine box. The winners were slightly surprising

Andy Lawson - however unfolds...

Andy Lawson – however unfolds…

‘however unfolds…’ is an exciting solo exhibition by London based artist Andy Lawson presented in multiple rooms in the offices at Radcliffe & Newlands. The exhibition brings together new bodies of work, encompassing an array of different media that continues

Andy Lawson - however unfolds...

Andy Lawson – however unfolds…

‘however unfolds…’ is an exciting solo exhibition by London based artist Andy Lawson presented in multiple rooms in the offices at Radcliffe & Newlands. The exhibition brings together new bodies of work, encompassing an array of different media that continues

Two Kinds of Now - new works by Anastasia Lennon

Two Kinds of Now – Anastasia Lennon

Come and see our latest show running from September to November. The Private View is on Thursday 6 September, drinks from 6-8.30pm. Come to 14 Bonhill Street, London EC2A 4BX. As always, buzz to come up to the 3rd floor

Two Kinds of Now - new works by Anastasia Lennon

Two Kinds of Now – Anastasia Lennon

Come and see our latest show running from September to November. The Private View is on Thursday 6 September, drinks from 6-8.30pm. Come to 14 Bonhill Street, London EC2A 4BX. As always, buzz to come up to the 3rd floor

kath-thompson-red-beach

Kath Thompson

Selected Group Exhibitions ‘Paintings’ ‘On the Staircase’, Tunbridge Wells 2011 ‘Paintings’ ‘Royal Academy Summer Exhibition’ 2009, 2008, 2005, 2004, 2003 etc. ‘Paintings’ Canterbury Summer Festival 2009 ‘Tumblers’ painting series ‘The common room gallery’ Tunbridge Wells 2008 ‘As It Seems’, Cheltenham

kath-thompson-red-beach

Kath Thompson

Selected Group Exhibitions ‘Paintings’ ‘On the Staircase’, Tunbridge Wells 2011 ‘Paintings’ ‘Royal Academy Summer Exhibition’ 2009, 2008, 2005, 2004, 2003 etc. ‘Paintings’ Canterbury Summer Festival 2009 ‘Tumblers’ painting series ‘The common room gallery’ Tunbridge Wells 2008 ‘As It Seems’, Cheltenham

Red Beach by Kathleen Thompson

Paintings by Kathleen Thompson

Image above is detail from Red Beach, oil on canvas 5′ x 4′  To write down why or what I paint is rather difficult as there is no why; I just always wanted to paint. It does seem a crazy

Red Beach by Kathleen Thompson

Paintings by Kathleen Thompson

Image above is detail from Red Beach, oil on canvas 5′ x 4′  To write down why or what I paint is rather difficult as there is no why; I just always wanted to paint. It does seem a crazy

John Lee Bird, NORMAL

John Lee Bird

John lee bird lives in London. He once lived in Ipswich (in Suffolk) where he went to school, played with his cousins and liked to buy rabbits to afford him some time with his father whilst making the hutches. He

John Lee Bird, NORMAL

John Lee Bird

John lee bird lives in London. He once lived in Ipswich (in Suffolk) where he went to school, played with his cousins and liked to buy rabbits to afford him some time with his father whilst making the hutches. He

Pick an emotion, by Graham Carrick

Graham Carrick

Graham Carrick’s work presents a vivid exploration of painting and its history. Walking a fine line between disintegration and enlightenment the work seems to contain a sense of the manner in which it was produced. A frantic, almost violent application

Pick an emotion, by Graham Carrick

Graham Carrick

Graham Carrick’s work presents a vivid exploration of painting and its history. Walking a fine line between disintegration and enlightenment the work seems to contain a sense of the manner in which it was produced. A frantic, almost violent application

Things that were never there, Paul Cummings

Paul Cummings

Things that were never there (detail), 2011, Paul Cummings Paul uses digital manipulation to create all his paintings. To produce this image he used modular toy construction software. The resulting scene is a fulfillment of the playful imagination experienced during

Things that were never there, Paul Cummings

Paul Cummings

Things that were never there (detail), 2011, Paul Cummings Paul uses digital manipulation to create all his paintings. To produce this image he used modular toy construction software. The resulting scene is a fulfillment of the playful imagination experienced during

Cristina Guitian

Cristina Guitian

As a child Cristina thought that she should hide herself from something unknown. So she played and played always lonely. Her world became so big inside herself that she couldn’t talk anymore. One day she started crying of a sudden.

Cristina Guitian

Cristina Guitian

As a child Cristina thought that she should hide herself from something unknown. So she played and played always lonely. Her world became so big inside herself that she couldn’t talk anymore. One day she started crying of a sudden.

Marco Kaufmann

Marco Kaufmann

For two years Marco Kaufmann has been exploring the subject of boundaries with incessant fascination, which lead him to develop the project “Anrandungen” (literally: along borders of…). It comprises of photographic and painting works and explores the purpose of a

Marco Kaufmann

Marco Kaufmann

For two years Marco Kaufmann has been exploring the subject of boundaries with incessant fascination, which lead him to develop the project “Anrandungen” (literally: along borders of…). It comprises of photographic and painting works and explores the purpose of a