We will be shortly announcing our 2021 schedule, if you would like to receive the exhibition invite and the Catalogue and film release membership list please email us and let us know. Thank you.
Our Member subscribers have preview access to each exhibition for 3 days at a discount rate. They receive an e-catalogue for each artist plus notification of any films produced.
Currently only online
Richard Heeps - Vintage Photography
Emma Dunbar - Winter / Spring Collection
Postponed due to Lockdown 2.0 - will be rescheduled for 2021
Peter Graham - postponed
Member's Preview: 5 - 7 November
Exhibition runs: 8 - 17 November
Richard Heeps - postponed
Member's Preview: 12 - 14 November
Exhibition runs: 15 - 25 November
Paul Wright - The Dancers1 - 8 Dec 2020 A one-off Collection of Dancers in Monochrome by Paul Wright. Statement artworks made in oil and spray paint. Large gestural brushtrokes bring the energy of the Dancers to the Fore....
ONLINE AFFORDABLE ART FAIR4 - 30 Nov 2020 The Debut Lockdown-busting online edition of the Affordable art Fair kicks off with Early Access on the 4th November 2020 until 30th November. We are delighted to announce we are...
Frances Doherty and Stephen Bishop Exhibition from 30th October 202030 Oct - 10 Nov 2020 For over 15 years we have been working with Frances Doherty and Stephen Bishop. We are delighted to bring this latest exhibition to you. Exhibited at the Bath Gallery. Catalogues...
New Artists: Susan Cairns, Rob Murray, Robert Pereira Hind & Emma Dunbar.14 - 28 Oct 2020 We are delighted to welcome 4 new artists to the ART Salon. At various stages in their career and subject matter.
Roo Abrook and Anne Whyatt1 - 13 Oct 2020 Roo Abrook and Anne Whyatt are two artists inspired by literary work and the figurative. For Abrook it is the exploration through Mixed Media Collage made from her own original...
Paul Wright24 Sep - 6 Oct 2020 The Interior, The Dancer, The Figurative The Paul Wright 2020 Collection is here. Catalogue available please call 01225 422 220 or email email@example.com
The Linda Franklin Collection17 - 28 Sep 2020 My paintings have been described as a form of contemporary expressionism, where colour takes centre stage. I care about creating happy, magical places, referencing nature in all her wonderful everchanging colours.
Poetry has always been a source of great inspiration to me. I find the interplay between poetry and painting fascinating. Both art forms require rhythm, form, structure and strong composition; both seek to create something new out of something familiar. Where the poet uses words, the artist uses the rhythm found in the juxtaposition of colour, composition, line and form. The poets who have had the greatest influence on my work are Alfred Lord Tennyson and Gerrard Manley-Hopkins.
Manley-Hopkins found great solace in the beauty of nature. When he talks about such things as “the dappled with damson West” or a place where “dragonflies draw flame and kingfishers catch fire”, or where “down in dim woods the diamond delves…where quick gold lies” I cannot wait to try to capture the essence of these magical wonderful worlds on canvas.
Similarly, with Tennyson, I find myself continually re-visiting the Lotus Eaters and Oenone in particular. Intensely evocative lines such as “Slow dropping veils of thinnest lawn” and “On either hand the lawns and meadows-ledges midway down hang rich in flowers,” and “far below them roars the long brook” have been the inspiration behind so much of my work. Ultimately, I want to create a space where it is possible to stop and dream while, somewhere between reality and fantasy. For me my paintings are never truly finished; they are merely ready to go on to their next chapter, with a new owner who will bring their own interpretation and experiences to the work and the imagery contained therein.
I hope my paintings bring happiness and resonate with the wonders of nature that have inspired them
The ART of 3 - DeMille, Kemp and Oberdieck12 - 23 Sep 2020 This catalogue is devoted to Millena DeMille, Emma Jean Kemp and Michele Oberdieck. 3 artists with 3 mediums: a painter who gilds, a sculptor in bronze and a sculptor in glass. Each in their own way interpreting the world around them through physical and demanding processes.
Each are exhibited and collected internationally and each have kindly chatted to me about their work and experiences in the Talking Heads film series.
The Joyce Pinch Collection3 - 15 Sep 2020 Joyce Pinch Still Life paintings are a close up look at natural forms from the world around us. Suited to both a traditional or contemporary interior, they are both affordable and make us look more closely at Mother Nature.
Judith BeebyEmerge Series 20 - 31 Aug 2020 A series of Watercolours created during, and as a response to, the global pandemic of 2020. The gentle and nurturing qualities of watercolour is expertly used by Beeby into a response as universal as the pandemic itself. Prices from £250 - £450. UK Shipping included.
Summer Exhibition 202020 - 31 Aug 2020
London Spring Collection 202014 - 21 Jun 2020