Colour & Form
The London Painters and Sculptors Group

2nd October – 8th October

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The London Painters & Sculptors Group, consist of ten Painters and two Sculptors’ who have exhibited on a number of occasions over recent years. The upcoming exhibition will showcase new work, exploring each artist’s individual visual experience and their contemporary engagement with colour, shape and form.

Several of the exhibiting artists will be available each day to talk to visitors about the groups’ work and about the art on sale.

The artists exhibiting are: Sarah Adams, Margaret Crutchley, Raina Goran, Jessica Miller, Dave Nelson, Clive Patterson, Fiona Payne, Helen Robinson, Helen Ryan, Cary Whitworth, Kate Willows and Feza Yuksel.

A collective exhibition of four international artists, each artist finds strong symbolism in the word ‘Crucial’, with their concern and social conscience over environmental, animal welfare and socio-political issues.

11th October – 15th October 2017


Crucial, consists of four artists (one Dutch and three South African), all coming from different backgrounds and cultures to present their recent artworks in different disciplines. In a harmonious and powerful exhibition, each artist finds strong symbolism in the word Crucial.

Susan Proctor-Hume shows a series mixed media works on paper, produced using recycled material and influenced by the mass media we are bombarded with daily. She interprets her lived experiences as well as referencing the critical state of endangered species.

Hilda Kleyn’s paintings are abstracted and constructed through multiple layers of delicately applied paint. Acrylic and oil paint is combined to create dramatic, expressive compositions influenced by her move to a new studio.

Stephanie Proctor is showing a series of prints, interested by politics of plants, conservation, decoloniality as well as indigenous knowledge around plants and nature. Proctor’s art has a strong social message as she addresses a range of injustices.

The artists will be present in the gallery to give more information about their work. Throughout the gallery’s opening hours and also during the private view on Thursday 12th of October from 5:00-8:00pm they welcome art lovers and collectors alike.

The London Photo Show
A Group Exhibition for Aspirational Photographers

17th October – 23rd October 2017

Claire Halas

Born out of the knowledge that there are too many good photographers out there with great images not being shown to the world, The London Photo Show gives those people the chance to experience the buzz of showing work in a central London gallery. 32 talented photographers will show a variety of work during the exhibition.

Our print partner is Point 101 and we are supported by Tiffen filters and the 36EXP Photographers’ School. Our charity partner is PhotoVoice.