Rebecca Salter – Beyond

At the point of looking, the eye of the viewer drifts past the complexities of the surface to inhabit the relative tranquility of liminal space and discover something universal and constant beyond. Rebecca Salter 2013 Plea Please contact the gallery for further images and information

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Francesca Simon

  ‘On looking closely it becomes evident that each canvas is the product of much over-painting and rubbing down.  The resulting geometric forms are in fact the remaining traces of an expressive under-painting which, at a later stage, has then been controlled and harnessed by the application of grey paint to determine their final contours […]

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David Wild

The photographs in this exhibition were made during a two year period from 1965, when as a freshly qualified architect, I emigrated to Chicago, following in the wake of Mies van de Rohe who had taken up his post at the Illinois Institute of Technology the year Benny Goodman played his famous concert in New […]

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Lisa Wright

Oil paintings and works on paper from 2-year residency with the Royal Shakespeare Company at Stratford during their production of The History Cycle (concurrent with the RSC London run at the Roundhouse) Work exhibited at The Roundhouse Work exhibited at Beardsmore Gallery  

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Bob White

I have grown up watching Bob’s dedication to the labour of art, the essential interest in his life. Until recently his art has been part of the characteristically English search for the mark hard won, the artist’s progress as he carries his burden through the Slough of Despond to the Celestial City. Now, as these […]

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Mark Surridge

In 1997 Mark Surridge moved from London and set up his house and studio in the depths of the Cornish countryside. Eight years on he has established himself as part of an exciting new generation of artists working and exhibiting within the region. He has been elected a member of the Newlyn Society of Artists […]

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Stephen Carter

SC All the spaces in these new motorway paintings are places that I cut through travelling between my home and studio, which happen to be located on either side of this main road that leads out from London to Oxford and the west and to Wales. It’s a major trunk road, and I’m walking underneath […]

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David Royle

David’s paintings, which emerge from thematic and structural juxtapositions, are not easy. His dizzying and meticulous use of perspective gives an impression of unreality. So a familiar prop – say, an armchair (an internal reference to Matisse) – floats above a city seen through a night lens. What he calls his ‘layered’ realities have an […]

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Jonathan Meyer

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