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Figuratively Speaking: A Group Exhibition at Susan Eley Fine Art

Monday, September 24th, 2018

Susan Eley Fine Art is delighted to share “Figuratively Speaking: A Group Show.” The some two-dozen paintings by Carole Eisner, Ana Garcés Kiley, Emily LaCour, Jongwang Lee, Kathy Osborn, Betsy Podlach, Ruth Shively, Corran Shrimpton and Bradley Wood explore the many reasons why artists paint the human figure. Painters paint people to tell a story about the human condition; to explore relationships, romantic or platonic; to document an experience, often travel related; to reveal cultural behaviors or traditions often outside of the artist’s personal experience; or to work through a fantasy, a yearning. In an effort to explore the many ways in which a figure can occupy a space, physically or emotionally, the gallery has selected a range of figurative art, from the languid abstractions of people lounging on beds by Emily LaCour, to the highly defined depictions of doll house figures, set in detailed interiors, as conjured by former illustrator-turned painter Kathy Osborn.

The exhibition is on view until October 25th.

KATHY OSBORN, WOMAN AND HER DOG (2018), OIL ON PAPER ON BOARD, 11 X 14 INCHES

Sarah Wiseman presents new works by Fletcher Prentice

Thursday, February 6th, 2014

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Image: Family of Pigs by Fletcher Prentice (Courtesy of Sarah Wiseman)

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Sarah Wiseman Gallery in Oxford is currently showing, in addition to sculpture by Richard Fox and new paintings by Rebecca McLynn, paintings by Fletcher Prentice best known for painting colourful studies of animals and birds and still life, using a loose, yet detailed style. For more information, contact Sarah Wiseman.

‘When I paint I constantly strive to balance on the one hand my fascination with the object – using paint and enjoying the qualities of paint, breaking down and semi-abstracting the subject matter and surface – and on the other hand my desire to retain and capture the natural beauty of the subject, whether the human figure, an animal or a single pear.’

Highgate Contemporary Art presents an exhibition of works by Nathan John Booth

Monday, January 14th, 2013

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Image: A work by Nathan John Booth (Courtesy of Highgate Contemporary Art)

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From 16th January, Nathan John Booth will be exhibiting a selection of work at Highgate Contemporary Art. Nathan is a talented, young, figurative artist who lives and works locally. Nathan’s work revolves around a central theme of humanity, psychology and cultural interpretation. He works with integrity and his presentation is superb.

In their ground floor gallery, Highgate Contemporary Art will show a mixed range of paintings and ceramics frm artists such Louise Balaam NEAC, Phil Tyler, Angela A’Court PS, Patrick Smith, Simon Ledson, Teresa Lawton to name a few painters plus ceramics by Jilll Fanshawe-Kato, Norman Yapp, Mandy Parslow, Laurance Simon and Jane Muir. For more information contact Highgate Contemporary Art.

Ken Done’s works at the Balman Gallery, presented by Vera Schuhmacher

Tuesday, February 22nd, 2011

Vera Schuhmacher Fine Art is pleased to announce the first exhibition in 10 years of the Australian artist Ken Done which will be hosted by the Balman Gallery in Corbridge, Northumberland, starting the 11th of March 2011. Later this year we will see Ken Done’s work then in London as well. For more information, contact Vera Schuhmacher.

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