Ian ParmiterPainting and Sculpture by Lord Sonic 6 - 26 Jun 2022 Ian Parmiter is a permanent figure in the Portsmouth & Southsea community. Well known for being one fourth of the band Emptifish, an iconic Portsmouth punk band, turned highly regarded Antiques dealer of Parmiter’s Antiques. Trading in Portsmouth for almost 25 years, Ian’s entrance onto the art scene, as Artist,...
The Decorative Antiques and Textiles Fair Winter 2022Battersea Park 25 - 30 Jan 2022 Venue
London SW11 4NJ
Vehicle Entry via Chelsea Bridge Gate ONLY
Tuesday 25 January 12pm-8pm
Wednesday 26 January 11am-8pm
Thursday 27 January 11am-8pm
Friday 28 January 11am-7pm
Saturday 29 January 11am-7pm
Sunday 30 January 11am-6pm
Poppy EllisDefiant 1 Dec 2021 - 23 Jan 2022 The British artist Poppy Ellis has lived multiple lives. After studying illustration at Newcastle University, Ellis embarked on an acclaimed career in publishing. Whilst working as a senior designer at Macmillan Children’s Books, she masterminded the union of author Julia Donaldson and illustrator Axel Scheffler in the creation of modern classic, ‘The Gruffalo’, before co-founding Hope and Greenwood, a traditional-style British sweet shop that spawned its own empire, including close to forty shops in Japan, a BBC television series–and a host of imitators.
Ellis’s third, and most compelling act – as a much sought-after artist – was borne out of the world of interiors. It was whilst briefly running an antiques store in the Sussex harbour town of Rye, that she began to notice artworks were selling faster than she could source them. “One day, I just thought, ‘Oh fuck it. I’ll make some art myself’,” she says. “My husband had been telling me to pick up a paintbrush for decades.” Her first effort, an abstract female portrait, sold instantly–and she’s never looked back. “There’s simply nothing else I want to do,” she says of her artistic evolution. “I now basically live and breathe painting.”
San Francisco Fall Show 20211960s sculpture by William Black 15 - 24 Oct 2021 This Year for the Fall Show Henry Saywell will be showcasing the Sculpture of Just one artist, William Black. Having collected his work for many years Henry is finally selling the collection. William Black was an architect in London but in the 1950s he inherited some money and moved to...
William BlackRediscovered Works on Paper by William Black 16 Sep - 14 Oct 2021 William Black was an architect in London but in the 1950s he inherited some money and moved to St Ives. The small Cornish harbour town of St Ives has always attracted artists because of the light and surrounding countryside, but in the mid- 20th century, it became a centre in Britain for modern art. Barbara Hepworth and Ben Nicholson moved at the outbreak of the Second World War and were later joined by others including William Scott, Patrick Heron, Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, Terry Frost and Dennis Mitchell. Although not as well-known William Black was friendly with the artistic community and their influence can clearly be seen in his work. He was self-taught and as far as we know never exhibited in his lifetime being somewhat a recluse. These art pieces have been collected over years and as appreciation for his work begins to grow, they can now add to the mystery that is William Black.
Poppy Ellis "Contemporary Portraits of Yesteryear"37 charcoal drawings 15 Mar - 30 Apr 2021 This exhibition consists of a group of 37 charcoal portraits by gallery artist Poppy Ellis. Ellis's style is as strong as ever in this exhibition of drawings, which were originally created as preparatory sketches for paintings. These monochrome delights contrast from Ellis's usual bold use of colour, offering glimpses into the workings of the artist. A rare opportunity to own unique works on paper by Poppy. An introduction to 37 friends and characters all of whom we would like to live with, and we are sure you will too.
Patricia Volk - New Sculpture Now -Celebrating 50 Women Sculptors 23 Nov - 23 Dec 2020 To Celebrate Patricia Volk being chosen for the publication "50 Women Sculptors" we have a selection of her works in the gallery.
'50 Women Sculptors' is the first book to give an overview of women sculptors. Volk is in very illustrious company alongside Elizabeth Frink, Rachel Whiteread, Sophie Ryder, Barbara Hepworth, Louise Bourgeois and many more.
'An overview of women making sculpture from the 1880s to today, this book explores the work of 50 extraordinary women artists who have forged a name for themselves in a male arena, as well as breaking rules, pushing boundaries and inspiring us with their visionary creations.'
San Francisco Fall Show 2020Virtual show for San Francisco actually available to see in London 16 Oct - 30 Nov 2020 C16th C17th C18th Antiques and Sculpture, Post war and Modern British painting and sculpture by Kate Whiteford, Douglas Earl and Denis Mitchell. Contemporary Painting, Sculpture and Ceramics by Poppy Ellis, Tom Leaper Ruth Elizabeth Jones, George Yassef, Douglas Earl, Edith Lawrence and Tom Kemp.
William Johnstone (1897-1981) "70 Years of Looking"a collection of ink brush drawings from the 1970s now available to see by appointment at the gallery 3 Jul - 31 Aug 2020 A rare chance to see a collection of works on paper from the 1970s by William Johnstone.