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‘Identities’ Figurative Painting at Sarah Wiseman Gallery (until 25 March)

Monday, March 6th, 2017


Image: Henrietta Dubrey’s Clean (Courtesy of the artist and Sarah Wiseman Gallery)


Sarah Wiseman Gallery is proud to present the spring exhibition ‘Identities’ featuring the work of four prominent women painters Clare Bonnet, Toni Cogdell, Henrietta Dubrey and Veronica Wells.
In a diverse, exciting exhibition each of these artists explores a range of themes within figurative art; from personal histories to the influences of fashion and media. All four have a shared theme of seeking personal authenticity through their work, by exploring common and relatable experiences as artists and as women.

‘This exhibition didn’t start out as an exhibition of women’s art exclusively. We wanted an exhibition of contemporary figurative painting, and the four artists that came to mind just happen to be women.’

Sarah Wiseman, February 2017

It’s an undeniable fact that women’s issues are under the spotlight in recent months, so this exhibition is at a poignant moment in time. Throughout history, women’s artistic achievements have been far less well acknowledged than their male counterparts. However, with major solo exhibitions at Tate from artists like Marlene Dumas, Yayoi Kusama and Georgia O’Keefe; and at Modern Art Oxford, Jenny Saville, Barbara Kruger and currently Lubaina Himid, it seems that finally, women’s part of the story of art is taking its rightful place.


‘Line & Surface’ a new exhibition at Sarah Wiseman Gallery (11 June-2 July)

Thursday, May 26th, 2016

Sarah Wiseman Gallery presents in June ‘Line & Surface’, an exhibition examining the work of Simon J Harris, Steven MacIver (whose work ‘Divide and Rule’ is shown here courtesy of the artist and Sarah Wiseman Gallery), Henrietta Dubrey and Mark Beattie, making connections across the fields of painting and sculpture.

The four artists each have a strong, individual voice but their work is connected by their use of strong line and colour as well as a preoccupation with abstraction. Established artists Simon J Harris, Steven MacIver and Henrietta Dubrey all bring a unique interpretation to the medium of oil on canvas while Mark Beattie, a young sculptor who burst onto the London art scene a couple of years ago, brings a freshness of approach to formalistic pieces. For more information click here.

Shirley Crowther Contemporary Art invites you to celebrate 10 years of contemporary art

Sunday, April 29th, 2012
Image: Work by Sandra Whitmore (Courtesy of Shirley Crowther Contemporary Art)


Shirley Crowther Contemporary Art invites you to celebrate 10 years of contemporary art on 20th April. This exhibition running from the 3rd to the 27th May at the Jointure Studios will show works by Chris Aggs, Peter Archer, Mariella Baldwin, Imogen Baldwin, Day Bowman, Henrietta Dubrey and several other gallery artists. Click here for more information.


Shirley Crowther Contemporary Art will be at the Brighton Art Fair 22nd-25th September 2011

Tuesday, September 13th, 2011

Shirley Crowther Contemporary Art will be exhibiting at the Brighton Art Fair from 22nd to 25th of September showing works by Henrietta Dubrey, Tony Scrivener, Sandra Whitmore as well as works on paper by Carol Farrow and ceramics by Patrica Volk. Contact Shirley Crowther Contemporary Art for more information and for invitations to the fair. (more…)

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