2010 Winter Exhibition - OpEx

2010 Winter Exhibition - OpEx

NEW SHOW
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22 NOVEMBER
TO 22 DECEMBER
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GALLERY OPEN 11am to 6pm
Monday to Saturday
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PAINTINGS / DRAWINGS /
PHOTOGRAPHY / COLLAGE /
MIXED MEDIA / CERAMICS /
GLASS / LIGHTS / SCULPTURE /
JEWELLERY / PEN&INK /
DRAWINGS / SCREENPRINTS /
BASKETRY /TEXTILES /
LIMITED EDITION PRINTS /
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YOU ARE INVITED TO JOIN US FOR
MINCE PIES & MULLED WINE AT
THE MID-SHOW PARTY ON FRIDAY
3 DECEMBER  6PM TILL 9PM.
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ALHAMBRA TILING OPEN EVENING
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MONDAY 6 DECEMBER
6PM TILL 9PM
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Elena Sainz Moreno
Stop and look at what you cannot see, stare at your dreams and your inner world. Not everything is outside.

Elena Sainz Moreno

Elena Sainz Moreno is a London artist of Spanish origin. She studied at the University of Philosophy and Arts in Madrid and is a prize-winning poet, with twelve poetry books published to her credit. Click here to view creative work
Aynur Karaman

Aynur Karaman

Aynur Karaman is a South London based artist who studied at Camberwell College of Arts  and Chelsea College of Art and Design. 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
Omo Okolo

Omo Okolo

Within her art practice, Omo Okolo celebrates spontaneity. This theme runs through her handmade books, paintings and sculpture. Click here to view creative work
Garnet Frost

Garnet Frost

he makers of the Alhambra were artists, artisans and scientists, all rolled up in one and the Alhambra Tiling Project aims to reaffirm this spirit of plurity. Click here to view creative work
Emily Hall

Emily Hall

Emily Hall is a crafts practitioner living in London and a recent graduate of BA(Hons) 3D Materials Practice at Brighton University. Click here to view creative work
Alasdair Hutchison

Alasdair Hutchison

Self-taught in photography, but a geologist by training, studying and applying in the hills of Scotland and around the world. Click here to view creative work
Alice Pead

Alice Pead

Alice creates collages that produce a seductive and evocative energy using bold colours and forms in silhouettes. Click here to view creative work
Hana Horack
"This is fantastic work with integrity."

Hana Horack

Hana Horack, is an emerging artist of palestinian, german/italian descent. After studying Anthropology and Sociology, and then Islamic Studies at SOAS, she returned to her true vocation: art. Click here to view creative work
Paula Bier

Paula Bier

Paula is a self taught local photographer, whose images are mostly from experimental land camera polaroids, moving recently into digital based photography.
Click here to view creative work
Jane Daniell

Jane Daniell

I have been painting and drawing since childhood and in the last 20 years have built up a portfolio of illustrations, Click here to view creative work
Sally Durrans - ceramics

Sally Durrans - ceramics

Born in south-west Somerset. Previously trained and practiced as Landscape Architect. Now potting in South Norwood. Click here to view creative work
Thomas Learmont

Thomas Learmont

Thomas Learmont is a local graphical photographic artist. Born in Johannesburg, South Africa, he was encouraged and inspired at an early age by his father, a writer and photographer. Click here to view creative work
Amie Dearlove

Amie Dearlove

produces figurative characterisations in biro and felt tip.
Her work is inspired by unusual and surreal interpretations
of common phrases and words from the english language. Click here to view creative work
Aline Johnson

Aline Johnson

Aline works mostly on site specific glass lighting commissions in collaboration with architects, interior- and lighting-designers. She also designs and produces exclusive kilnformed glass vessels and platters. Click here to view creative work
Gwen Fulton

Gwen Fulton

Gwen Fulton studied at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee, Scotland. She graduated in illustration and printmaking, and was successful as a book illustrator in Scotland and England. Gwen has also exhibited her work in various shows such as The Association of Illustrators and the Portal Gallery, London. Click here to view creative work
Eloise Wall

Eloise Wall

Eloise Wall schooled in Sutton and trained in Design at Kingston University and The Kent Institute of Art and Design (BA hons).  In 1996 she moved to Falmouth to study further in the History of Modern Art... Click here to view creative work
Peter Furst

Peter Furst

Has been painting for over 25 years, mainly in pastel but also in acrylics and mixed media. Click here to view creative work
Selma Abdon Calheira
"If it is true that 'man has been assigned to work and share the Earth' Selma Abdon Calheira has chosen the right track!"

Selma Abdon Calheira

Selma Abdon Calheira was born in Ibirataia, South of Bahia. It was from the countryside of Bahia that the first forms created by Selma began to take shape.
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Rauni Chow - ceramics

Rauni Chow - ceramics

I was born in Finland and moved to England in 1958. I worked part-time in ceramics for 30 years, mainly using stone ware clay. I am now experimenting with paper clay porcelain. Click here to view creative work
Jo Lovelock - textiles

Jo Lovelock - textiles

Jo Lovelock is a textile artist and designer. She is currently working on a series of exhibition pieces examining and exploring the definition  and construction of a quilt and the social aspect and communal nature of the quilting process.
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Estelle Grandidier

Estelle Grandidier

My main subject is the human figure. I use mainly unglazed porcelain and black clay but the choice of clay is in accordance with the subject matter. My work is hand built; I make one offs, sometimes in small series. Click here to view creative work
Peter Lawson

Peter Lawson

Peter Lawson was born in Watford England in 1966. He studied art at Reigate Art College from 1982 to 1985. He then spent the next fifteen years travelling the World. He returned to England in 2000 to become a full time Professional Artist having previously sold work in Switzerland and The Netherlands. Click here to view creative work