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The Colour of Perception


28th - September - 6th October 2019
Evening Reception: Tuesday 1st October, 6pm - 8pm

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The Colour of Perception


28th - September - 6th October 2019
Evening Reception: Tuesday 1st October, 6pm - 8pm

 

“This exhibition includes a large part of my work since I began painting in January 2018. I took up painting after a summer visit to New Zealand, from the stark grey bleakness of the northern winter. The explosion in colour was overwhelming. It took days for the eyes to adjust to the new reality, and through this experience I started to see the world in a different way. Everything became interesting all of a sudden, and I started to observe my surroundings. When I returned to London, I felt it was time to translate my experience of the world into painting.

For me, art is about perception and communication. Perception has two main meanings: it is the ability to sense or become aware of something through the senses; and it is also the way in which something is regarded, understood or interpreted. So perception is both objective (the ability to sense) and subjective (how we understand and interpret what we sense). Given that each individual’s senses operate differently, it is apparent that even the “objective” side of perception is actually very subjective.”

                        

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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EXHIBITION Information

28th September - 6th October 2019

Painting Exhibition

Opening hours 11am - 6pm Daily

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THE VARIATIONS


Evening Reception: Wednesday 9th October, 6pm - 8pm
Thursday 10th October 2019, open 11am - 6pm

THE VARIATIONS


Evening Reception: Wednesday 9th October, 6pm - 8pm
Thursday 10th October 2019, open 11am - 6pm

Original Artworks of the renowned Ghanaian contemporary fine artist Robert Osei Anim.

Robert Osei Anim was born in Accra in 1983 and started exhibiting his works around the year 2000. He was educated at the Ankle College of Art and Design in Accra and Ghanatta college of art where he was studying in advance painting. He then continued at the Kings University College in Accra, 

Robert is a Ghanaian freelance fine artist who mostly exhibits his art work in most of the London art fairs. He is the founder of East End Art Gallery in Ghana. He has exhibited across various countries and is often known for his works mostly in a fish round forms, which he describes as 'an artistic movement.

His artwork takes a critical view of social, political and cultural issues. In his work, he deconstruct the inspiration from things he see around him all the time, fairy tales, nursery rhymes, and lullabies that are part of his childhood and adult culture.

                        

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Artist:

Robert Osei Anim

                           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



EXHIBITION Information

10th October 2019

Painting Exhibition

Opening hours 11am - 6pm

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Colour & Form '19


15th - 20th October 2019

Colour & Form '19


15th - 20th October 2019

The London Painters and Sculptors Group (LPSG) is formed of eight painters and two sculptors.
The group who have known each other for many years, are friends as well as colleagues sharing gallery visits, studio time and supporting each other through various career successes.

Following on from last year’s successful exhibition, the LPSG has chosen to return to Camden Image Gallery for its annual exhibition. The group’s “Colour & Form ’19” exhibition will allow visitors to explore each of the artists’ contemporary response to the theme of colour, shape and form.

New work will be on display and members of the LPSG will be in the gallery throughout the exhibition to discuss the exhibited pieces. The work will be available for sale.

The members of the LPSG are: Margaret Crutchley, Raina Goran, Jess Miller, Clive Patterson, Fiona Payne, Helen Robinson, Helen Ryan, Cary Whitworth,
Kate Willows and Feza Yuksel.

You can follow the LPSG on:

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheLPSGroup/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheLPSGroup

Instagram:
@TheLPSGroup

                        

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Artists:

- Margaret Crutchley
- Raina Goran
- Jess Miller
- Clive Patterson
- Fiona Payne
- Helen Robinson
- Helen Ryan
- Cary Whitworth
- Kate Willows
- Feza Yuksel.

                           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



EXHIBITION Information

15th - 20th October 2019

Painting & Sculpture Exhibition

Opening hours 11am - 6pm Daily

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Calm in the Storm


29th & 30th November 2019
Evening Reception: Thursday 28th November 2019, 6pm - 8pm

Calm in the Storm


29th & 30th November 2019
Evening Reception: Thursday 28th November 2019, 6pm - 8pm

Amidst the political turmoil that is defining a generation, nature remains oblivious to it all. This exhibition reflects on the changing identity of our cities due to Brexit; contrasted with nature's unwavering calm despite these uncertain times.

The brain child of two Gibraltarian sisters, this exhibition provides a narrative on current affairs as never seen before.

 

                        

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Artists:

- Anna Gannon (Instagram: @agarciacreations)
- Beatrice Garcia (Instagram: @b_garcia_art)

                           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



EXHIBITION Information

29th & 30th November 2019

Painting Exhibition

Opening hours 11am - 6pm Daily

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Life’s a Riot…


10th - 18th December 2019
Evening Reception: Tuesday 10th December 6-8pm

Life’s a Riot…


10th - 18th December 2019
Evening Reception: Tuesday 10th December 6-8pm

This solo exhibition will show a new body of sculptures and works on paper by Dorothea Magonet

These new sculptures are a departure from Dorothea’s previous works and have developed during tumultuous and difficult times. Reminiscent of harlequin and other players in Commedia dell'arte they seem joyful, full of colour and boisterous. Yet, there are disconcerting undertones. Do they not irritate with their carnivalesque colourfulness, making their forms somewhat uncomfortable?

Dorothea Magonet is a sculptor and works mainly with stone, especially alabaster. Inspired by the works of Jean Arp, Louis Bourgeois, Nikki de Saint Phalle and others Dorothea has explored the tense/uneasy relationship between sculptural form and colour. 

She graduated from Goldsmiths College (BaFA) in 2009 and has a studio practice at Queensrollahouse, West London. 

doromagonet@gmail.com 

 

                        

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Artist:

- Dorothea Magonet
www.doromagonet.co.uk

                           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



EXHIBITION Information

10th - 18th December 2019

Sculpture Exhibition

Opening hours 11am - 6pm Daily