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Opening next week is the Affordable Art Fair in Battersea Park. We are showing a collection of new works on paper by Kate Banazi, Anna Marrow and Delphine Lebourgeois alongside new botanical photography by Kevin Dutton.
New additions to the show will be the fantastical work of Alexandra Gallagher alongside new Artist Mark Dyball whose contemplative works on wood are proving a hit already.
Further paintings from Jessica Ford and Marleen Pennings will be on show.
New to Gas Gallery this month is Artist Mark Dyball whose work we are showing for the first time at the Affordable Art Fair, Battersea from 8-11 March 2018.
Mark Dyball's original paintings on wood panel are an exploration of a project he started in 2014 from observational photographs taken at the Krijn de Konings sculptures at the Turner Gallery, Margate.
They depict a number of entrances, choices, views and scenes - a number of different realities which we can choose to be the ideal for us here and now. With life throwing so much at us all the time, this series of paintings stand as an antidote to the frantic pace of life and offer a time of reflection, solitude, contemplation, stillness and meditation.
Viewing each painting offers us the opportunity to contemplate the importance of choice and to find ourselves. Perhaps we can understand just where that door there, or that window over there will take us...
Mark says 'Life is littered with choices. Some believe that there are multi- alternative universes which exist where the choices we make are played out with the alternative decision we didn't make'
See the full collection of Mark Dyball's Margate after Koning collection here
New this month is a consignment of unique original works on paper by Kate Banazi alongside new collections of limited edition prints.
Kate has been solidly printing throughout January and February 2018 to create this large body of work that we are delighted to be representing.
These works are derived from life drawings. Kate says of her work : "I started from a series of life drawings that I did when I had been ill, rediscovering a love of drawing and mark making. From there I abstracted the shapes and refined the movement to simpler linear motifs constructed from pencil and ink through to a computer output. I am interested in our relationships with AI and everyday mundane interactions with computers which only a decade ago would have seemed fantastical'
Kate then translates her work from life drawing to computer in order to abstract the forms and then on to silkscreen and prints. All of the works on paper are printed by hand with multiple layers of inks built up, creating overlays and texture.
Each silkscreen print is handmade and unique. Subtle variances are to be expected within the edition with texture from the silkscreen which is inherent and embraced, within my practice.
View all of the available works at the forthcoming Affordable Art Fair Battersea on 8 - 11 March 2018. For further details and free ticket information please contact us
View Kate Banazi unique works on paper here
View Kate Banazi limited editions here
We are delighted to be showing for the first time a diptych of original work by Alexandra Gallagher.
Two one-off original artworks by Alexandra Gallagher showing for the first time at the Affordable Art Fair, Battersea in March 2018.
Originated as a diptych to face one another these pieces are about being blinded by love, how we don’t always see the truth of what is in front of us and we don’t always listen to our intuition in situations where maybe we should. Like the bad relationship where you know your partner is being untrue but you kid yourself “but I love them…”
Both pieces are unique and presented as acrylic dibond.
Click here to see the whole collection of Alexandra Gallagher's work: