On Reflection

Steph Smith

Dates to be advised

Reflections of moonlit forests, glowing sunsets and flurries of snow, or blossom, on  watery depths, are recurring themes in this exhibition of paintings by Steph Smith.

 

This selection of more than 40 works, exploring subjects from nature and landscape reflected on water, has particular resonance with the Chelsea Waterside ArtSpace which sits beside a water feature and a dock that flows directly into the River Thames.

Backstories

Jan Lee Johnson

Spring 2021

2020: Due to current circumstances ’Backstories’ has been postponed, but we are delighted to be showing Jan’s work in 2021.

 

A solo exhibition of paintings, prints and drawings.

 

“Images of iconic artefacts, portraits and eclectic subject matter are imbued with narrative, scandal, intrigue and humour.”

 

Themes explored delve into the ‘backstories’ of the artefacts/people depicted, such as the social history of Doc Marten boots, or the secret archive collection of clothes of Jackie O …stories that form part of the paintings.

Oh, I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside

Kate Marr

Summer 2021

2020: Due to current circumstances ’Backstories’ has been postponed, but we are delighted to be showing Jan’s work in 2021.

Kate's exhibition will focus on contemporary seascape paintings inspired by the beautiful Dorset coastline. Oil paintings, watercolours and drawings will show beach life with human interest, and vibrant and stunning atmospheric sea and skies with contrasting light to dramatic effect. Her pieces will show the varying weather throughout the year, with colourful summer moments to stormy days, giving the viewer a real sense of feeling of life by the sea.

Signature XII

zero3

Dates to be advised

2020: Due to current circumstances 'Signature XII' has been postponed, but we look forward to showing zero3's work in the future.

The concept is to cross boundaries using a visual dialogue, with the aim of dispelling and challenging the perception of textiles as purely craft or design and promote them as a valid and thought provoking art form relevant to today.

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Hepworth Court, Grosvenor Waterside, Gatliff Road, London SW1W 8QP