Current show ISLAND at Candida Stevens Gallery / 25 May to 22 June 2019
PIPPA BLAKE, HEN COLEMAN, CHARLOTTE EDSELL, JOHN HARMER AND GIORGIA SIRIACO.
Five artists consider island life as their subject, whether it be through a more conceptual investigation of the memory of place or an overtly literal representation of landscape. The work references islands around the globe from Pangkor Laut Island, Malaysia, to the Caribbean islands off the Gulf of Mexico, and many in between.
25 MAY - 22 JUNE 2019 / Candida Stevens Gallery
16 SEPTEMBER - 28 OCTOBER 2017 / 31 Contemporary British Artists make one piece of work in response to GOOD NATURE / Group show at Candida Stevens Gallery
two etchings in this year's RA Summer Exhibition / The Boundary & The Fathom Found
the alibi / solo show / Fire Station Gallery / Henley-on-Thames / May 2017
MONOCHROME group show at Jagged Art, London Jan / Feb 2017
BIJOU / Candida Stevens Fine Art, Chichester / 26 November -20 December 2016
September 22nd-25th 2016 / work on show with Platform X at Manchester Art Fair / Old Granada Studios
September 2016 / SURFACE CUTTING an exhibition of woodcuts at the Royal Academy curated by Eileen Cooper RA. Opens Wednesday Sept 7th 2016
The Terrarium Drawn
15 September – 7 October2016
Private View: Wednesday 14 September, 6.30 – 8.30 pm
Works on paper by Lucy Bainbridge, Hen Coleman, Katherine Jones, Tamsin Relly and Michael Taylor
Exhibition curated by Katherine Jones
The Terrarium Drawn explores the evolution of environments, both natural and fabricated, global and domestic. All five artists use drawing as a fundamental part of their practice in order to grasp an idea and to explore its development.
Lucy Bainbridge depicts manmade environments in constant flux, while Tamsin Relly draws from her first-hand experience of ‘wilderness, erased or constructed for industry or leisure’ during recent research trips to the Arctic Circle and Las Vegas. Michael Taylor uses ‘a process of layered construction’ to attempt an understanding of how an image derives its meaning. Hen Coleman examines contrasts in ‘the terrain of chaotic and abundant nature’ as the basis for exploration.
The artists have been drawn together for this exhibition by Katherine Jones, an artist whose own work shares common themes with each. Her recent images reflect the gradual integration of unfamiliar plants, adapting to environmental and atmospheric changes, renewing the balance and diversity of domestic flora and fauna.
July 2016 / London...and Breathe / Platform X Gallery group show @ 93 Kingsland Road E2 8AG until 10th July
June - August 2016 / The Falling / Etching 2016 / Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2016
May 2016 / London Original Print Fair / new etching 'The Falling' / Royal Academy Editions
April 2016 / Barcelona
New etching for Royal Academy of Arts RA Editions - available from March 2016
ORDER AND CHANCE 20 February - 2 April 2016
Work by PAMELA BURNS, CLIFFORD CHARLES, HEN COLEMAN, IRENE LEES, SUSIE MACMURRAY, BRIONY MARSHALL
Group Exhibition at Candida Stevens Fine Art in Chichester
Work showing in exhibition by Art Print Residence at Fundacio Iluro, Mataro, Barcelona / 21st Jan - 21st Feb 2016
Ghost(ed.) @ Kettering Museum, 6 January to 3 February 2016, Alfred East Art Gallery, Kettering
'49 Hills' - dust etching made in SF this summer at Crown Point Press goes to Schio in Italy for December's Biennale Di Carta / Works on Paper exhibition curated by Valeria Bertesina
August 2015 - delivery of work to Houston / catching up with old and new friends and a lot of nice surprises - like the Menil Collection and its Rothko Chapel.
August 2015 - two monoprint works 'The lick' and 'The pounce' off to Hull for InPrint 2015
June/July 2015 - A month in San Francisco making work out of dust at Crown Point Press
June - Sept 2015 - New lithograph on show at Dean Clough alongside Borderlands - Spirit House as part of Ghost(ed.) collaborative project
May 2015 - The Physics of Departure - Solo show at 15 Bateman St, Soho, London
March 2015 / Barcelona at Art Print Residence