The lovely Hannah Lobley is our Gold Award winner 2018. We asked Hannah to tell us more about herself and her work….. Continue reading
What a fantastic night! So lovely to finally meet some of the artists involved and to be able to announce our winners! A huge thank you to everyone who came along. Continue reading
We are very excited to announce the finalists of our third annual exhibition! Continue reading
A huge thank you to Joy Pitts, Rachel Caunce & Mary Smith for agreeing to be judges for our third annual exhibition – Masquerade Continue reading
Register interest now for the January 2018 exhibition ‘Masquerade’
If you are considering submitting work for our 2018 exhibition please leave your details to be kept updated. Registration Form
Please read our brief and terms before submitting work, any queries email Kirstie & Charlotte at email@example.com Continue reading
Huge CONGRATULATIONS to our virtual exhibition winners!
Gold Award – Jacquelyn Cook – ‘Elements’
Silver Award – Rachel Caunce – ‘Mother Earth & Precious Metals’
Bronze Award – Jan Brocklehurst – ‘Beach Scene & Dragonflies’
It was incredibly close, our judges had a very tough job!
(Upcycled Plastic Bottle Daffodils By Sarah Turner)
We recently came across the stunning work of Lesley Hilling after hearing about her upcoming exhibition ‘On Longing‘ that will be open 30th June – 30th July 2017 at Knight Webb Gallery, 54 Atlantic Road, Brixton SW9 8PZ
‘I work with the hues of the wood as if I were a painter’
ON LONGING is the second exhibition by the internationally acclaimed, Brixton resident artist, Lesley Hilling. A 2017 Aesthetica Art Prize finalist, Lesley has an ardent fan base of admirers and collectors spanning her career through her signature style and use of recycled materials.
We asked Lesley to tell us more about herself and her inspiring work. Continue reading
I am an artist who works with soley natural or upcycled materials. I use mineral pigments mixed into a hand-made milk paint, found objects, plant dyes, grasses and seeds, pre-used goodies – whatever I can get my hands on! With these, I create intuitively – meaning that I never know what I’m going to create when I start out; instead I follow where my curiosity leads me. Continue reading