Paul Kessling focusRunning from 27th October - 15th November 2018, Paul Kessling will be taking over our downstairs wall-space for his focus!
Paul Kessling is a British painter born in Dundee, Scotland, in 1965. He trained as a sculptor at Wimbledon School of Art and then at MA level at the Royal College of Art. At the latter institution, Paul worked with Sir Eduardo Paolozzi.
He is a modern painter forming paintings with the same sculptural discipline required of the three dimensional form, but in a two dimensional space. Kessling uses his own distinctive painterly structures, stacks of stripes or fields of moving paint, to generate a distillation of the well-observed – a rewriting or new translation in paint.
Click here to view the artworks in Paul's focus
Myung Nam An's Eye Series CeramicsMyung Nam An's ceramics have been extremely popular with clients who have seen and experienced her works - they are very tactile, with many having commented how one just doesn’t get a true impression of her works through an image. We wanted to really show off her Eye Series to everyone, so have created a video showing the texture, depth and variety of her works. We hope you enjoy!
Click here to view the video of Myung's ceramics
Click here to view images of Myung's works
Anna Masters' new body of work, Mortal EnginesAnna Masters is well known for her wall pieces, incorporating recycled watch & clock parts, butterflies and rose petals, strung on nylon wire. Her latest body of works sees her medium of watch & clock parts now encased within vintage clock cases: 'Mortal Engines'.
This is another way in which Anna plays on the concept of time; watch parts, the very mechanics of time, are suspended motionless apart from their counterparts, whilst time progresses regardless.
Click here to view Anna's sculptural 'Mortal Engine' works
Click here to view Anna's wall based artworks
Introducing new artist Tony BlackmoreTony Blackmore is a British artist, graduating from both Kingston University (1993) and the University of the Arts London (2013). Blackmore one of six students from across UAL's MA programmes to be awarded a residency at Tokyo Arts and Space. His time spent in Japan continues to influence the art he makes today.
Since graduating, Tony’s work has focused on his ‘Paperfolds’, a body of wall-based reliefs each created from a single sheet of polyester film, a film traditionally used by architects. Tony places the polyester film over the pattern scoring deep lines on both sides. Each line is then meticulously hand-folded before the film is pushed and nurtured into its final form.
‘I enjoy the discipline that’s required in the making of each folded surface. I find the creative process akin to a form of meditation and I can be totally absorbed for hours at a time. There is always an element of surprise that I find hugely rewarding when a final relief form emerges. Each form essentially combines my personal expression and making with the logical rationale of geometry’.
Click here to learn more about Tony and view images his works
Click here to view a video of Grid Formation III
New Feature Wall!We've been working on a new feature wall downstairs in the gallery - we hope you like it as much as we do!
Suspended Animation, Anna Masters' solo exhibitionThank you to everybody who came to the private view of Anna Masters' solo exhibition at 45 Park Lane and made it such a success. The show runs until 28th August, so if you're in the area, please do pop by to have a look!
View artworks in the exhibition.
View exhibition catalogue.
Peter Monaghan videos & side angle imagesAs many of you will know, part of the beauty and interest of Peter Monaghan’s work is viewing each piece from different angles, seeing how both colour and shape change. Viewing just one static image really doesn’t do the work justice; we’ve added videos to the images online so you can more appreciate the works as the camera moves around the artwork.
Click here to view Monaghan's works
Art and Antiques Fair, 2018For those that missed us, we've been exhibiting at the Art and Antiques Fair, Olympia this week. Here's a quick look at our stand.
Showing From Stone to Mountains - Tay Bak ChiangA video walk through the gallery during Tay Bak Chiang's solo exhibition.
From Stone to Mountains - Tay Bak ChiangThank you to everyone who came to the private view and made it such a fun and exciting evening! For those that didn't manage to make it, here are a few images showing the pieces hanging in the gallery.
Please click here to view the pieces in the exhibition.
Tina by Alea Pinar du PreWe've just hung 'Tina' by Alea Pinar du Pre and think it looks stunning in its new home!
Please click here to view more of Alea's available works.
Art Market San FranciscoThanks to all of you who visited us at Art Market San Francisco! Many of you commented on how great our booth looked, and as you'll see from the pictures, many turned out for the fair! Looking forward to next year already...
Online Catalogue - mid 2018Please take a few minutes to browse through our online catalogue!
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Up close with Mat Kemp
From a distance it is very easy to dismiss the visual complexity of Mat Kemp’s Take Me To The River (Thames). Using recycled materials Mat encapsulates life, movement and colour in his playful pieces, inhabited by little figures who, with their poses, call out for our attention.
Watch the video to take a closer look at Mat’s artwork, or click here to view his available pieces.
Recent art fairsWe would like to thank those of you who have visited us at the several Art Fairs we have taken part in since the beginning of 2018.
If you have not had a chance to join us there we have some pictures of our stands for you!
Introducing new artist Alea Pinar du PreThis month we have welcomed to our gallery the vibrant works of the Austrian-Turkish artist Alea Pinar Du Pre.
In 2008 Alea developed her own mixed media technique, which combines digital art with the original use of objects from everyday life. Her technique grants her artworks, and in particular her female portraits, vibrance and an interesting textural effect.
In her portraits, Alea manages to capture the very core of her subjects. While the personality of each subject as it is conveyed by her works might be variable, what stays constant in Alea’s work is the sense of female pride and acceptance expressed by each of her figures.
Alea’s art has been successfully exhibited in art gallery all over the world, including Istanbul, Dubai, New York, Miami, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Vienna and The UK since 2008.
Please click here to view more of Alea's works
Katie Allen's Transforming Nature, Private ViewOn Thursday October 26th, we opened Katie Allen's solo exhibition Transforming Nature. A fantastic private view evening with many of Katie's pieces sold. Take a look here for a few images of the evening.
Rachael Nee's Potatoed Powered Cosmos at CERN, GenevaArtist Rachael Nee has been working with international teachers on the CERN High School Teacher programme to develop the Potato Powered Cosmos, an art-meets-science installation that demonstrates how CERN works, but not as you might expect!
Click here to read more about Rachael's exciting project!
Peter Monaghan Solo Exhibition 2015
The Language of XStarting 30th April running through to 16th May
Being held in our Marylebone gallery, Peter Monaghan will be presenting his latest body of artwork titled 'The Language of X.