2010 Big Art Affair 2

2010 Big Art Affair 2

PRESS RELEASE: SEE ARTISTS

The BIG Art Affair Pop Up Gallery
WHEN: 23 APRIL – 23 MAY 2010
WHERE: TENTACLE
30 - 34 HIGH STREET CARSHALTON, SUTTON SM5 3AG

Back by popular demand, The SEE Artists are extending their stay at Tentacle in Carshalton with an exhibition featuring new artists and new work by
Ben Oakley / Mark Paul Perry / Lorrain Mailer / Gavin Roweth / Dani Humberstone / Alice Pead / Bobby Tonge / Sidney Andrews / Sophie Campbell Ford / Lee Hannam / Jane Jones

The SEE Artists (South East England Artists) have already held a string of successful exhibitions, including Mayfair, Chelsea, Brick Lane E1, Waterloo, Tunbridge Wells, Beckenham, and Greenwich.

This Exhibition is in association with
Tentacle
and The BIG Art affair

VISITOR INFORMATION
Private View / Drinks Reception:
Friday 23 April - 6.30pm – 9.30pm

For Invitations, sponsorship opportunities or any questions please email info@seeartists.co.uk
Or call Ben Oakley on 07976 692 751

Location
30 - 34 High Street Carshalton, Sutton SM5 3AG

Opening Hours: 11.00 am- 6.00pm
Tuesday to Sunday FREE ENTRY
Ben Oakley

Ben Oakley

Ben Oakley is a prolific conceptual artist whose work doesn't stick to one medium or subject matter, "why listen to other peoples preconceptions about how to pigeon hole yourself, the whole purpose of art and creativity is to be free and express oneself." Click here to view creative work
Dani Humberstone

Dani Humberstone

The majority of my current work is based on a personal form of abstract expressionism. A style of abstract art originally centred largely in New York in the mid 1950’s, many of the exponents being Russian or European immigrants. Click here to view creative work
Gavin Roweth

Gavin Roweth

I have recently taken up sculpting after 20 years in the financial market. This probably explains why my work is so varied at present as I explore materials and develop ideas I’ve been thinking over. Click here to view creative work
Lorrain Mailer

Lorrain Mailer

Lorrain Mailer’s work takes as its main theme a notion of what might be termed “the value of things”.  Her paintings and sculptures use traditional and non-traditional media to show her profound concern with society’s obsession with commercialism and the effect that this has on our lives and relationships.
Click here to view creative work
Mark Paul Perry

Mark Paul Perry

Mark has exhibited alongside renowned artists such as Antony Gormley, Sir Peter Blake, Damien Hurst, Mary Fedden and Mark Wallinger  as well as many other artists. In September 2009 Mark was invited to exhibit his work at the Saatchi Gallery in London as part of the charity auction for  The Starlight Children’s Foundation. Click here to view creative work
Bobby Tonge

Bobby Tonge

Bobby Tonge works in paper mache and bronze. He works between paris and london, (in the middle of the english channel). Click here to view creative work
Jane Jones

Jane Jones

Jane's love of art and a childhood fascination with collage has led her to create pictures with torn and cut paper, delicately utilising colour and textures to create highly distinctive images. Click here to view creative work