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David Royle Prelude & Fugue

Ten paintings for Nancy.

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February 2016 Spring Show

  Oliver Barratt : sculpture     –        Jason Hicklin : graphite drawing      –                                                                                                                                                                                                            Atta Kwami, Yuji Oki, Francesca Simon & Lisa Wright : painting open by appointment until 5 March  please contact Edward  e.beardsmore@hotmail.co.uk   07732  780946   Save the Dates : David Royle – Ten paintings for Nancy  11-18 March (private view Sunday 13 March) Birkin […]

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SUMMER EXHIBITION 2015

SUMMER EXHIBITION 2015 includes paintings by : Yuji Oki Soizick Freeman John Hooper Mark Surridge Atta Kwami David Royle   photography by : Ian Brown   Etching by : Jason Hicklin   Turned wood by : Kenny Menczer  

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Spring show

Part I includes paintings by Yuji Oki, Sally Temple, Mark Surridge, Rose Davey, 3d work by Sigurd Rompza and Toni Davey and prints by Sue Phillips.

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Atta Kwami

Beardsmore Gallery welcomes the return of  the established Ghanaian artist, Atta Kwami, with an exhibition of vibrant new paintings. It includes commissioned paintings inspired by black African footballers for The Football Museum, and relief prints based on African collections for the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge and the World Museum Liverpool. Atta works in both Ghana and the UK and […]

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AUTUMN EXHIBITION PROGRAMME

August : open by appointment, enquiries to info@beardsmoregallery.com /  077 327 80946 September : paintings by gallery artists                                                                                                                                                                  10-14 Sept we are taking part in the 20/21 BRITISH ART FAIR  at the Royal College of Art, to reserve tickets please email  info@beardsmoregallery.com October :  ATTA KWAMI ‘Kele’  2-31 October, private view 1 October 6-8.30, […]

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David Royle and Bruce Russell

Beardsmore Gallery is delighted to be showcasing the recent work of David Royle and Bruce Russell, two painters who have  exhibited with us since we started in the early 1990’s.

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Specific Gravity

The Irish Sculptor Eilis O’Connell is renowned for her large scale commissioned pieces.  Since 1979 she has created over 30 notable, permanent site-specific projects in the UK and mainland Europe, yet her small sculptures have rarely been seen.  This show focuses on the extraordinary cumulative strength of O’Connell’s small-scale works and examines how form is […]

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AUTUMN Exhibition Programme and News

  September : We are at the 20/21 British Art Fair at the Royal College of Art showing new work by Rebecca Salter and Jason Hicklin and a charcoal by Lisa Wright from the Royal Shakespeare Histories Series. In the gallery we have a mixed show of paintings by gallery artists including Stephen Carter, Yuji […]

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Bob White at 80

For the older artist disenchantment is a frequent companion and part of a hard-won critical edge and pleasures are to be savoured with confidence.  The tension exerted by these opposites is maintained by the mature artist as an underlying challenge.  It is exciting to arrive at what is a sense of confidence;  for some it […]

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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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Movies

As I was an only child with two parents who both worked in the sweatshops of New York, I spent a lot of time on my own going to the movies.  In a sense they were both company and a diversion for me.  When I first started to learn silkscreen printing in Montreal, Canada I […]

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Toni Davey

Artists have often been concerned with conveying the illusion of three dimensions onto a two dimensional surface.  Toni explores this transition through very controlled drawing or by physically reinventing the surface.  In the work the underlying structure of the grid is always present.  The grid offers the means to retrace one’s footsteps, to understand the […]

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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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Soizick Freeman

  New paintings by Soizick Freeman following a sabbatical in Sri Lanka, balancing luminous reflective areas of colour with more intricate, densely worked sections.

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NEW WORK NEW YORK

This is our first visiting show from the Howard Scott Gallery in New York.  We are delighted to be exhibiting a selection of work from David Goerk, Francisco Castro Lenero and Steve Riedell. David Goerk uses wood, enamel, gesso and encaustic to make small wall-sited constructions.  The strong colours and carefully articulated shapes have a […]

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Mark Surridge – Field Lines

Following the contours of the hedgerows high up on the ancient hills of Long Rock overlooking distant West Penwith, a network of distinct curving lines and enclosures is visible, just like the fine lines of a clearly defined ordinance survey map.  September, October and November provided magnificent skies with spectacular cloud formations, like grand graphic […]

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February in the gallery

A show of paintings and drawings by gallery artists, including work by David Royle, Yuji Oki, Ian Brown, Atta Kwami and Jason Hicklin.

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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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Making the Point

The universe disintegrates … but within this irreversible process there may be areas of order…privileged points in which we seem to discern a design or a perspective. – Italo Calvino, Six Memos for the Next Millennium A key aspiration of any artist is to develop a distinctive style. Postmodern and playful, but never merely cute, […]

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Nightwalks

  Night Walks Walking in the landscape at night as a teenager in Scotland, during the summer months in pursuit of salmon and trout. Experiencing the transformation of the familiar path by the river, walked by day then changed out of all recognition by night. This I am sure is at the heart of my […]

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Summer Show 2011

In the gallery this August we have work by Oliver Barratt, Soizick Freeman, Yuji Oki, Rebecca Salter and Lisa Wright. Until 1st September the gallery is open by appointment.  Please leave a message on 0207 485 0923  / 077 327 80946 / 0792 628 0129  and we will get back to you as soon as […]

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Material of Choice

We are delighted to present the first solo exhibition of  Sarah Scampton’s work in the gallery.  Following is an extract from an introduction by Anna Moszynska: Think of clay and the mind connects to the earth; to primitive modelling and to mankind’s first sculpture; to simple vessels hardened by fire in order to bring fluid […]

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WINTERFLORA

Raphael Barratt, Carrie Beckmann, David Bennett, Ian Brown, Mark Cazalet, Michael Druks, Hilary Hanley,Liam Hanley, Jason Hicklin, Pamela Clarkson Kwami, Janet Lynch, David Royle, Mark Surridge, Lisa Wright

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Mark Cazalet – Rachel’s Covet, Suffolk and Jason Hicklin – Colonsay

JASON HICKLIN We are showing 13 etchings from Jason’s recent visit to Colonsay, together with some drawings. The prints are made from zinc plates eched with nitric acid, printed by Jason in his studio on Somerset handmade paper.  Nos 1-15 are collated into boxed sets MARK CAZALET During the last two years, Mark has spent […]

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Oliver Barratt, Michael Druks, Soizick Freeman, Jason Hicklin, Atta Kwami, Yuji Oki, Rebecca Salter, Lisa Wright

Our next exhibition is the work of Jason Hicklin’s etchings and drawings following his visit to Colonsay, and Mark Cazalet’s  chalk drawings  of Suffolk woodland 15 June – 17 July.

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Line of Vision

‘I discover my subject by walking through the city.  This tends to be a slow, gradual process and has taken the form of an eastwards drift along and under the elevated roads of the A40 Westway and has now reached Paddington Basin – these new paintings are based on the spaces around the fringes of […]

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Winter Exhibition

Welcome to our Winter Exhibition paintings and prints :  Mark Cazalet, Michael Druks, Peter Freeth, Liam Hanley, Jason Hicklin, Atta Kwami, Yuji Oki, Rebecca Salter, Sally Temple, Bob White, Lisa Wright sculpture & ceramics :  Clive Bowen, Seth Cardew, Richard Gilbert, Sarah Scampton, Gabriel Sempill wood :  Jarek Hulboj, Kenny Menczer The gallery can be […]

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Pale Remembered

The book which accompanies this exhibition of Rebecca’s recent work includes poems by Anthony Anaxagorou. ‘I heard the actor Damian Lewis read Anthony’s poem – Himself – on BBC TV’s Newsnight.  In barely five lines, Anthony draws a spare yet elegant comment on his world.  I had never thought of attempting to introduce poetry to […]

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Take Time

The focus of Pamela Clarkson’s work has shifted from expressive abstraction of a particular place, usually landscape, to a more formal use of images of objects, found seen, glimpsed and remembered in and around life in Kumasi Atta Kwami’s abstract paintings relate to and comment upon the vibrant realistic traditions of commercial sign-painting in Kumasi.  […]

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