2011 John Stillman & Abel Kesteven

2011 John Stillman & Abel Kesteven

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JOINT EXHIBITION
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PAINTINGS /
DRAWINGS /
SCULPTURE /
MONOPRINTS /
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DATES
9 JULY TO 31 JULY 2011
NOW SHOWING UNTIL 31 AUGUST
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GALLERY OPEN
Monday to Saturday
11am to 5pm
Closed Bank Holiday Monday
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PRIVATE VIEW DAY
Saturday 9 July 2011
11am to 9pm
Meet the artist evening
Invitation Only
Thursday 25 August
6 to 9pm
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TRAVEL OPTIONS
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BY TRAIN
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Carshalton mainline station has direct
links to the following stations:
Sutton, Wimbledon, Epsom, Clapham
Junction, London Victoria, London
Bridge, London Blackfriars, Balham
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BY CAR
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The gallery is located on the A232
Carshalton High Street between Sutton
and Beddington, approximately 500
metres west of the junction with the
A237.
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Parking
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There is a Pay and Display opposite
the gallery and also to the rear of the
premises via The Square. Parking is
unrestricted in the surrounding roads.
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Enquiries: 020 8647 1800
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John Stillman

John Stillman

John Stillman was born in Carshalton, Surrey in 1968. He is completely self taught and has been drawing and painting ever since he can remember. Click here to view creative work
Abel Kesteven

Abel Kesteven

Having graduated from the Kent Institute of Art and Design 1992 and working as a freelance illustrator for eight years, I realized that my work was more suited to a fine art audience. With the freedom given to me by not having to follow clients instructions, I began to experiment more with colour, light and movement. Click here to view creative work
Abel Kesteven - The Try - £325