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Gallery Elena Shchukina launches PROJECT, a new zero-commission exhibition of contemporary art

Tuesday, April 11th, 2017
Image: Lindsay Terhorst North’s Alignment III (Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Elena Shchukina)


Gallery Elena Shchukina has launched PROJECT, a new zero-commission exhibition of contemporary art that will run from 25th May to 3rd June 2017.

A reflection of the changing role of the art gallery today  PROJECT is a platform for international emerging and established contemporary artists to showcase their work and present it directly to the public. Continuing Gallery Elena Shchukina’s programme of exhibitions that are accessible to everyone, PROJECT offers visitors the unique opportunity to meet the artists and buy artworks directly from their creators. A series of talks, events, and performances will support the exhibition and enrich visitor’s experience.
Opening on 25th May, PROJECT inaugural edition will be a ten-day exhibition dedicated to abstract drawings and paintings exploring themes of change and transformation.

Click here to read the full press release.


Emerging Artists Exhibition at the Oil & Water Gallery in Wandsworth until 12/Sep

Monday, August 10th, 2015

The Emerging Artists Exhibition at the Oil & Water Gallery in Wandsworth runs until 12/Sep and features selected graduates of the Charles H Cecil Studios in Florence and of Wimbledon School of Art. Click here for more information.

Oil & Water Gallery welcomes artists from the Charles H. Cecil Studios in Florence (7-30 Aug)

Thursday, July 31st, 2014


Image: Self Portrait by Tim Gatenby (Courtesy of Oil & Water Gallery)


In August, Wandsworth’s Oil & Water Gallery welcomes emerging artists from the Charles H Cecil Studios in Florence a world renowned atelier which teaches traditional classical art and draughtsmanship in the way of the Old Masters.  The results – as demonstrated in the portraits, sculptures and paintings that will be on view at the gallery in August – are stunning.

The artists are Antonia Barclay, George Clark, Domenica de Ferranti, Timothy Gatenby, Guy Haddon Grant, Tom Richards, Jamie Vaulkhard, Isabella Watling and Nick Wood. For more information click here.

In June it is all about emerging artists at Oxford’s Sarah Wiseman Gallery

Monday, June 23rd, 2014


Image: A work by Kathryn Stevens (Courtesy of Sarah Wiseman Gallery)



This month Oxford’s Sarah Wiseman Gallery is focusing on Emerging Artists, starting with two exciting young painters Kathryn Stevens & Veronica Wells.

Kathryn Stevens graduated last summer from Bath School of Art & Design. Over the last year she has successfully established her independent studio practice and taken part in a number of group shows in Bath and Cornwall where she is based. Her work explores the materiality of paint, how it works, moves and sits on the canvas. In order to exploit this to the maximum there is an inter-play on the canvas between the controlled and uncontrolled application of paint, setting up a negotiation between the methods on the surface of the painting. Click Here to see the full collection   

Veronica Wells graduated from Winchester College of Art in 2009. She has consistently worked during that time to refine her studio practice whilst exhibiting in group shows, art fairs and bringing up her young family. The gallery first exhibited Veronica’s work in 2011 and I had been aware of it since her degree show, there was something about her take on popular culture that appealed to me, a bold feminine point of view taking a critical look at an idealized way of life.  Click here to see the full collection  

Following the exceptionally popular 2011 show, A Reality of Their Own, proudly showcases the evolution of Abigail Box’s work in ‘The Great Escape’

Tuesday, April 10th, 2012 presents  Abigail Box’s work, The Great Escape runs until 29th of April.

Box’s large-scale paintings establish a simple interplay between familiar subject material and the abnormality of its context. Constructed using imagery, she fabricates these curious worlds, which almost always feature domesticated wild cats.

Box’s recent work has explored the local surrounding of east London the found objects residents leave behind. The furniture is unwanted and abandoned; it is through this ‘fly tipping’ combined with the domestication of wild dangerous creatures, that Box is able to create strange scenarios commenting on our view of the world. (more…)

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