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This week I'm really happy to introduce the work of new artist Christine Wilkinson to the gallery with a collection of Artist Proofs on paper.
Christine Wilkinson's colourful work is a combination of digital processes - sometimes called 'camera-less photography'. Working with photographic negatives and digital pixels she creates something in between photography and painting with highly colourful results.
Each print is an archival giclée print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag. The colour is printed to the edge. This initial collection of proofs are sized at 70 x 70 cm. Framing options are available too.
If you would like to view some of the works or have framing queries then please get in touch.Continue reading
We are delighted to be hosting an exclusive show of brand new Anna Marrow original works. Since the lockdown enforcement, Anna has been unable to get to the print room - so she has been painting at home while also juggling home schooling her two daughters.
** 10% of the profits from the show will be going to ICS crisis appeal, Intensive Care Society, to support doctors and nurses who are traumatised by their experience in ICU. For further details of the charity please click here
The show starts on 14 May - works are mostly one-offs and will be popular. To view in advance please get in touch for a PDF catalogue
In a parallel universe, we would have been setting up the Affordable Art Fair Stand in Hampstead today, preparing all the work on the walls and print boxes for all the eager art lovers to enjoy. Instead... we are doing things differently in this current corona-universe and it has presented the opportunity to give each of the exhibiting Artists their own 'solo online show' as part of our Art Fair at Home series. 10% of the profits will be donated to Médecins Sans Frontières - @doctorswithoutborders who are doing extraordinarily challenging work in this current crisis across the world. ⠀
Next week sees the 'opening' of a new body of work by the prolific printmaker Jo de Pear. We will have a collection of unframed and framed original and limited edition works available along with an Artist interview to find out how Jo's been adapting to the current changes and what impact that maybe having on her work. One thing is certain, it's not going to stop her creating work !⠀
Please stay tuned for more soon.
Following the postponement of the Affordable Art Fair in Hampstead, we will be presenting solo shows of the Artists whose work was being prepared for the show. Each Artist will have a 10 day slot and work will be exclusive to the shows. Gas Gallery will be donating 10% of profits to a different charity, chosen by the Artist. ⠀
First up will be the wonderful Marie Lenclos whose urban landscapes painted with oil on linen have been beguiling collectors from all over the world. Marie's beautiful paintings evoke a sense of space and peace and although they are free from people, they are not desolate or sad. Marie's innate colour sense and obsession with light give these paintings a unique, wonderful quality. They are quick to sell, so please get in touch if you would like advance notice of works available. ⠀
The show starts on 23 April - watch this space for further news and to have first dibs on work please sign up to the newsletter :
At the last minute we have been offered a stand at the Mid Century Modern show this coming Sunday at Dulwich College, showing alongside a host of other designers, artists and dealers
We will be showing a selection of works by Kate Banazi and Jane Fredericks. You can find us upstairs of the main hallway on the landing.
For further details of the show itself please visit Modern Shows here
The show is open from 10-4 pm on Sunday 15th March 2020
London Artist Marie Lenclos is currently working on a new collection that will be showing at the Affordable Art Fair, Hampstead in late April/early May. Marie's urban landscapes are observational studies of light, and even with the absence of people or vehicles they retain joy within the stillness.
For further information on Marie's forthcoming collection of works and for free tickets to the show please get in touch.