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2024 Spring Exhibition Catalogue

Our annual “Spring Exhibition” has consistently proved to be a launch pad for many new and emerging artists. Many of our shortlisted artists have gone on to exhibit in prestigious institutions, like the Royal Academy of Arts, Saatchi Gallery, and John Rankin Prize, to name just a few. This year, with over 300 applications, we have shortlisted 46 artists who will be showcasing 101 artworks, in our 2024 Spring exhibition. Be prepared to be blown away with a wide selection of artworks from the UK and around the world.

Our annual “Spring Exhibition” has consistently proved to be a launch pad for many new and emerging artists. Many of our shortlisted artists have gone on to exhibit in prestigious institutions, like the Royal Academy of Arts, Saatchi Gallery, and John Rankin Prize, to name just a few.
This year, with over 300 applications, we have shortlisted 46 artists who will be showcasing 101 artworks, in our 2024 Spring exhibition. Be prepared to be blown away with a wide selection of artworks from the UK and around the world.

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<strong>Exhibition</strong> <strong>Catalogue</strong>


London Lighthouse Gallery & Studio<br />

Presents<br />

<strong>2024</strong> <strong>Spring</strong> <strong>Exhibition</strong><br />

Our annual “<strong>Spring</strong> <strong>Exhibition</strong>” has consistently proved to be a<br />

launch pad for many new and emerging artists. Many of our<br />

shortlisted artists have gone on to exhibit in prestigious<br />

institutions, like the Royal Academy of Arts, Saatchi Gallery, and<br />

John Rankin Prize, to name just a few.<br />

This year, with over 300 applications, we have shortlisted 46 artists<br />

who will be showcasing 101 artworks, in this spectacular<br />

exhibition. Be prepared to be blown away with a wide selection of<br />

artworks from the UK and around the world.


Adam Riches<br />

Adam Riches is an emerging British painter and draughtsman who<br />

primarily works in monochromatic colour palette. The characteristically<br />

stylized portraits and figurative works he creates are based on a sensitive<br />

response to the human condition, ranging from furious expressive<br />

moments to poignant, melancholy reflections.<br />

Riches has taken part in numerous international exhibitions and artist<br />

residencies. his works can be found in private collections around the world.<br />

The artist currently lives and works in Suffolk, England.


Deluge<br />

Medium: Oil on cradled wooden panel<br />

Size: 42 x 59.5cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 47 x 64.5cm<br />

Price: £1650<br />

Year: 2023


Alexandra Moskalenko<br />

Alexandra Moskalenko is a French artist (with Latvian/Ukrainian origins)<br />

based in London. Her paintings celebrate cultural diversity. They often<br />

depict people from various backgrounds on colourful vintage fabric. The<br />

large, vibrantly coloured canvases become statement pieces for what<br />

‘fitting in’ or belonging may mean.<br />

Her ‘Kiss’ series explores the relationship between human beings and the<br />

natural world. The steps and the door, which represent the frontier<br />

between the man-made vs the natural environment are also metaphors for<br />

progress and discovery.


A-Jay<br />

Medium: Oil on Vintage Fabric and Canvas<br />

Size: 122 x 92cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 126 x 96 (Gilded Wooden Framed)<br />

Price: £2600<br />

Year: 2015<br />

Sikhism advocates equality, social justice,<br />

service to humanity and tolerance for other<br />

religions. The flowers spreading over the<br />

golden frame represent those values. ‘A-Jay’ (a<br />

Sikh name meaning ‘Success’, or a blue bird)<br />

was shortlisted for the RA Summer exhibition<br />

2015


The Kiss 1<br />

Medium: Acrylic and oil on canvas<br />

Size: 40 x 50cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 42 x 52 (Oak Tray Frame) (Framed)<br />

Price: £900<br />

Year: 2023<br />

Her ‘Kiss’ series explores the relationship<br />

between human beings and the natural world.<br />

The steps and the door, which represent the<br />

frontier between the man-made vs the natural<br />

environment are also metaphors for progress and<br />

discovery.


The Kiss 4<br />

Medium: Mixed media on canvas<br />

Size: 40 x 50cm (Unframed)<br />

42 x 52 (Oak Tray Frame) (Framed)<br />

Price: £900<br />

Year: 2023<br />

Her ‘Kiss’ series explores the relationship<br />

between human beings and the natural world.<br />

The steps and the door, which represent the<br />

frontier between the man-made vs the natural<br />

environment are also metaphors for progress and<br />

discovery.


Ange Akomezoa<br />

Born in 1998 I am a self-taught hyperrealist artist a full-time artist living<br />

and working in Yaoundé , Cameroon . I started drawing at a tender age, I<br />

was intrigued by the impact that great artists made in the domain of art in<br />

the world .<br />

With a genre of art that is painstakingly detailed and time conscious, I use<br />

ballpoint pen in the Careful juxtaposition of broader strokes and intricate<br />

more delicate lines to heighten areas of the interest to create masterpieces<br />

to explore human emotions with remarkable precision and sensitivity.


Intrinsic Gray<br />

Medium: Ballpoint pen on paper<br />

Size: 100 x 75cm (Unframed)<br />

Price: £1150<br />

Year: 2022<br />

When you shut your eyes in perfect<br />

darkness, the shade you see isn't actually<br />

black, but a deep shade of gray that's<br />

sometimes called “eigengrau.”


Serenity<br />

Medium: Ballpoint pen on paper<br />

Size Unframed: 75 x 65cm<br />

Price: £850<br />

Year: 2022<br />

I delicately captures the profound power<br />

of self-care through this artwork ,<br />

emphasizing to viewers that self-care is a<br />

critical step in the journey toward lasting<br />

mental well being


Wet Face<br />

Medium: Black ballpoint pen on paper<br />

Size Unframed: 100 x 75cm<br />

Price: £1080<br />

Year: 2023<br />

Wet face wake up energy: It is important<br />

to note this symbolic importance of the<br />

purified and awakened look: it is a new<br />

look at the world that fresh water gives<br />

us. Water on the face awakens the energy<br />

of seeing. From there it awakens all<br />

energetic life


Blue Venus<br />

Medium: Ballpoint pen on paper<br />

Size Unframed: 90 x 65cm<br />

Price: £900<br />

Year: <strong>2024</strong><br />

This work reflects all forms of love: filial,<br />

romantic, friendly. The official godmother<br />

of flexibility presents what unites us and<br />

the possibility of a harmony of all that is<br />

dear: possessions, ideas, value and its<br />

capacity to give victory.


Juicy Lady With Bees<br />

Medium: Ballpoint pen on paper<br />

Size Unframed: 68 x 58cm<br />

Price: £750<br />

Year: 2023<br />

This artwork translates the<br />

complementary relationship<br />

between man and animals,<br />

particularly with bees which are<br />

responsible and essential to our<br />

survival thanks to their help in the<br />

pollination of 80% of the plants<br />

which constitute our food, our<br />

health and our well-being.


Barbara Hodgson<br />

I’m a self-taught amateur artist, living in Twickenham. Art is a passion<br />

which impacts positively on every aspect of my life. My journey began<br />

recently (2019) and I haven’t looked back.<br />

Whether I’m inspired by pure nature or urban contexts, my expressive<br />

style captures mood and energy through intense colour palettes and<br />

evocative mark making. High-flow acrylics, my favourite medium, are<br />

versatile and vibrant.<br />

I also tutor English GCSE and A-Level students which means a continually<br />

learning, fun and rewarding existence.


Tree Bark in Early <strong>Spring</strong><br />

Medium: Acrylics on Cotton-based Watercolour<br />

Paper<br />

Size: 30 x 30cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 47 x 47cm (Framed)<br />

Price: £300<br />

Year: <strong>2024</strong><br />

One afternoon in March, I was drawn to trees - or<br />

their bark. Colours are lighter, more varied than<br />

their darker, wintry versions, preparing for the new<br />

fruits of spring. I wanted to create an idea of<br />

change, using washes overlaid by opaque, definite<br />

colours to indicate contrasts and textures.


Bard Carroll<br />

Bard Carroll, a London-based multidisciplinary artist, turned to art full-time<br />

during a challenging period, finding solace and self-understanding in<br />

creation. His fixation on art helps him navigate his ADHD & Autism, offering<br />

insight into his experiences to neurotypical audiences. Initially focused on<br />

painting and mixed media, Bard’s work begins to span photography, sound,<br />

and performance, adapting his ideas to diverse forms. Through art, he<br />

reflects on the complexities of living with ADHD & Autism, aiming to bridge<br />

understanding between different neurological perspectives.


Guava #3<br />

Medium: Mixed Media (Acrylic, Pen)<br />

Size: 60 x 80cm<br />

Price: £845<br />

Year: 2023<br />

This artwork reflects Bard's journey from childhood<br />

creativity to teenage insecurity, circling the notion of<br />

'colouring outside the lines'. It embodies the liberation<br />

of allowing his inner child to explore shape and colour<br />

freely, unfiltered.


Charles Binns<br />

Charles is an artist and photographer based in Hertfordshire. He<br />

completed his MA in Contemporary Photography at Central St Martins in<br />

London and is currently studying for a PhD at the University of Brighton. He<br />

has exhibited throughout the UK.


Elephas Maximus Asurus<br />

Medium: Bronze Resin<br />

Size: 60 x 60cm<br />

Price: £800<br />

Year: 2021<br />

The work is part of my Extinction Series, each plaque<br />

commemorates a species of animal that has become<br />

extinct as a result of human activity.<br />

Elephas Maximus Asurus, the Syrian elephant, became<br />

extinct around 700BC.


Equus Hemionus Hemippus<br />

Medium: Bronze Resin<br />

Size: 60 x 60cm<br />

Price: £800<br />

Year: 2021<br />

The work is part of my Extinction Series, each<br />

plaque commemorates a species of animal that<br />

has become extinct as a result of human activity.<br />

Equus Hemionus Hemippus, the Syrian Wild Ass,<br />

was hunted to extinction in 1927


Džiuginta Mažulytė<br />

Džiuginta Mažulytė is a Lithuanian photographer based in London who<br />

holds a BSc in Psychology. Her pracfce explores the intra-acfon of homo<br />

sapiens and nature. Deeply interested in eco-somafcs, she aims to<br />

transform personal and collecfve experiences with this pracfce into visual<br />

artworks. Mainly working with photography, Mažulytė agempts to shih the<br />

viewer’s gaze from an anthropocentric perspecfve and towards the<br />

acknowledgment of the interconnectedness of all mager. Significantly<br />

inspired by the more-than-human, her experimentafon leaks into digital,<br />

analogue and alternafve processes.


Intra<br />

Medium: Photography<br />

Size: 8.2 x 11.6cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 11.7 x 16.5 (Framed)<br />

Edition: 1/1<br />

Price: £350<br />

Year: 2023<br />

Symbiosis series aim to explore the mental burdens<br />

caused by climate crisis, visually delving into<br />

ecosomatics centering body/land connections and<br />

create inner and outer realms which serve as primary<br />

portals for healing and transformation. By visually<br />

exploring psychological vulnerability, the viewer is<br />

invited to reflect on their own current emotional<br />

state.


Weight<br />

Medium: Photography<br />

Size: 8.2 x 11.6cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 11.7 x 16.5 (Framed)<br />

Edition: 1/1<br />

Price: £350<br />

Year: 2022<br />

Symbiosis series aim to explore the mental burdens<br />

caused by climate crisis, visually delving into ecosomatics<br />

centering body/land connections and create<br />

inner and outer realms which serve as primary portals<br />

for healing and transformation. By visually exploring<br />

psychological vulnerability, the viewer is invited to<br />

reflect on their own current emotional state.


Interruptive Thoughts<br />

Medium: Photography<br />

Size: 8.2 x 11.6cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 11.7 x 16.5 (Framed)<br />

Edition: 1/1<br />

Price: £350<br />

Year: 2023<br />

Symbiosis series aim to explore the mental burdens<br />

caused by climate crisis, visually delving into ecosomatics<br />

centering body/land connections and create<br />

inner and outer realms which serve as primary portals<br />

for healing and transformation. By visually exploring<br />

psychological vulnerability, the viewer is invited to<br />

reflect on their own current emotional state.


Gail Astbury<br />

Gail was born in Blackpool in the Northwest of England and is an artist,<br />

researcher and educator. She trained in painting at Wimbledon School of<br />

Art under Prunella Clough and more recently gained an MA at Goldsmiths<br />

University London in Contemporary Arts Practices. She exhibits<br />

internationally and is commissioned by both private and corporate clients<br />

as well as teaching watercolour painting at OPEN Ealing Arts Centre. Gail<br />

currently lives in Westminster and has an art studio in southwest France


La Source de la Charente<br />

Medium: Watercolour paint & crayon on fine museum<br />

grade paper<br />

Size: 21 x 15cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 34 x 28cm (Framed)<br />

Price: £195<br />

Year: 2023<br />

Part of the 2023 series titled ‘Foliage’ consisting of<br />

over 60 different paintings made during the summer<br />

to celebrate the leafy landscapes of Southwest France.<br />

This image represents the source of the Charente River<br />

in La Pèruse.


Le Goire<br />

Medium: Watercolour paint & crayon on fine<br />

museum grade paper<br />

Size: 21 x 15cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 34 x 28cm (Framed)<br />

Price: £195<br />

Year: 2023<br />

Part of the 2023 series titled ‘Foliage’ consisting of<br />

over 60 different paintings made during the summer<br />

to celebrate the leafy landscapes of Southwest<br />

France. This image represents Le Gloire River as it<br />

converges with the Vienne.


La Vienne<br />

Medium: Watercolour paint & crayon on fine<br />

museum grade paper<br />

Size: 21 x 15cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 34 x 28cm (Framed)<br />

Price: £195<br />

Year: 2023<br />

Part of the 2023 series titled ‘Foliage’ consisting of<br />

over 60 different paintings made during the summer<br />

to celebrate the leafy landscapes of Southwest<br />

France. This image represents a swim under the<br />

shadows of the tree lined Vienne River


Issoire<br />

Medium: Watercolour paint & crayon on fine museum<br />

grade paper<br />

Size: 21 x 15cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 34 x 28cm (Framed)<br />

Price: £195<br />

Year: 2023<br />

Part of the 2023 series titled ‘Foliage’ consisting of over<br />

60 different paintings made during the summer to<br />

celebrate the leafy landscapes of Southwest France.<br />

This image represents the colourful shallows of the<br />

Issoire River.


Gill Flett<br />

Gill attained her MA in Fine Art from Gray’s School of Art, Aberdeen in<br />

2023 – thirty three years after studying 3D Design there.<br />

Her object-based sculpture captures brief time: the degradation of our<br />

urban infrastructure becoming a physical memory.<br />

Her interest in architecture gives rise to geometric forms which are<br />

suitable for both indoors and outdoors. She uses materials from the<br />

construction industry, particularly mortar, which becomes solid form in its<br />

own right.<br />

Gill now lives and works in London.


Nick’s Hard Day at the Office<br />

(Grand Cayman)<br />

Medium: Mortar & Pigments<br />

Size: 42 x 10cm<br />

Price: £295<br />

Year: <strong>2024</strong><br />

This piece is a flted, truncated conical form, formed<br />

of solid, pigmented mortar.


Greenwich Foot Tunnel<br />

South<br />

Medium: Mortar, Steel Mesh & Pigments<br />

Size: 40 x 10cm<br />

Price: £295<br />

Year: <strong>2024</strong><br />

This piece is a solid cylindrical form, formed of<br />

pigmented mortar and steel mesh. One side is<br />

textured, and the other is smooth and polished.


Giulia Mastracchio<br />

Giulia Mastracchio, an Italian arfst based in London.<br />

Her signature style revolves around the sfppling technique, where using<br />

black or white inks, she mefculously places thousands of single dots to<br />

create detailed images.<br />

Her artworks, which can take over one hundred hours to complete, draw<br />

inspirafon from human relafonships and societal constructs, parfcularly<br />

sexuality. As an intersecfonal feminist, she challenges norms and<br />

promotes representafon through her art, invifng viewers to crifcally<br />

engage with the complexifes of modern society.


Unholy<br />

Medium: Ink on Paper<br />

Size: 64 x 48cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 66 x 50cm (Framed)<br />

Price: £2000<br />

Year: 2022<br />

This piece portrays a woman resembling Holy<br />

Mary holding vibrators, integrating gold leaf to<br />

reference religious icons. It confronts the taboo<br />

of female sexuality in religious contexts, aiming<br />

to subvert oppressive norms and amplify the<br />

voices of marginalized women.


Hooked<br />

Medium: Ink on paper<br />

Size: 64 x 48cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 66 x 50cm (Framed)<br />

Price: £2000<br />

Year: 2023<br />

"Hooked" visually and ironically portrays the societal<br />

tendency to blame women for men's infidelity.<br />

Through symbolic imagery, it highlights the<br />

absurdity of assigning responsibility to women as<br />

seductive temptresses while absolving cheating men<br />

of


Losing Game<br />

Medium: Ink on Paper.<br />

Size: 84 x 59.5cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 86 x 62cm (Framed)<br />

Price: £2500<br />

Year: 2023<br />

This piece delves into the harrowing realm<br />

of mental health, depicting the struggle<br />

with depression and suicidal thoughts. It<br />

portrays the misguided belief in self-harm as<br />

an escape from despair. 'Losing Game'<br />

underscores the irreversible damage of such<br />

actions, urging empathy and support for<br />

those battling inner turmoil.


Hedy Parry-Davies<br />

Hedy is a London-based artist and architect. Her artwork is mainly<br />

concerned with three-dimensional expressions of liminal spaces between<br />

the urban and natural environments.<br />

Her passion is the medium of paper which she folds, tessellates and layers<br />

with other media.<br />

Hedy’s work has been exhibited in London, elsewhere in the UK, and in<br />

European galleries.<br />

Hedy is a member of the not-for-profit art organisation ArtCan and she<br />

curates art fairs and open studio events in her locality of Dalston, Hackney.


Infinite Journeys<br />

Medium: Tessellated Paper Collage<br />

Size: 36 x 36cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 40 x 40cm (Framed)<br />

Price: £650<br />

Year: 2023<br />

This work is inspired by Italo Calvino’s ‘Invisible<br />

Cities’. I have used the inner faces of<br />

envelopes, some embedded with maps and<br />

ancient languages. The envelopes which held<br />

communication and have travelled to me,<br />

allude to Marco Polo’s imaginary conversations<br />

with Emperor Kublai Khan.


London Shades<br />

Medium: Tessellated Paper Collage<br />

Size: 75 x 40cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 78 x 43cm (Framed)<br />

Price: £750<br />

Year: 2022<br />

I have used a map of the Thames from its estuary<br />

to the city of London and recycled architectural<br />

magazines to express in colour gradations the<br />

increasing density of human habitation towards<br />

the city.<br />

SOLD


Changing the Course<br />

Medium: Mixed Media Collage<br />

Size: 52 x 105cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 55 x 108cm (Framed)<br />

Price: £875<br />

Year: <strong>2024</strong><br />

My work expresses a preoccupation with the ease we<br />

alter nature and the face of our planet. In this collage I<br />

have used a vintage map of the river Thames, folded<br />

specifically to alter the course of the river, hand-made<br />

paper and Shasiko thread stitching.


Imhonigie Imoesi<br />

Imhonigie is an acclaimed Nigeria born artist and campaigner focused on<br />

the environment and humanity relationship with nature.<br />

Imhonigie graduated from Auchi Polytechnic with a Higher National<br />

Diploma in painting and general art, majoring in painting in 1999.<br />

Upon graduation, he embarked on a fulltime career as a studio artist,<br />

following a four-year residency that commenced in 2005 and 2009 at the<br />

National Gallery of Art, Lagos Nigeria.<br />

Imhonige take part in the 2020/ 2021 Landscape Artist of the competition<br />

and get to the second heat of the competition.


Pathway<br />

Medium: Oil on Canvas<br />

Size: 91.4 x 71.1cm<br />

Price: £6985<br />

Year: 2013<br />

The painting depicts a serene village scene<br />

with a pathway leading into it, conveying<br />

tranquillity and simplicity. Absence of figures<br />

allows viewers to immerse farming life, with<br />

villagers allows viewers to immerse themselves<br />

freely. Seasonal details suggest farming life,<br />

with villagers absent for their daily tasks. Key<br />

tree adds character and symbolism


The Way of Light<br />

Medium: Oil on Canvas<br />

Size: 76.2 x 61cm<br />

Price: £5780<br />

Year: 2015<br />

This painting captures the interplay of<br />

light on vegetation, emphasizing the<br />

majesty of a central tree. It evokes a<br />

sense of divine connection with nature,<br />

inviting viewers to immerse themselves<br />

in its beauty and tranquillity. The vibrant<br />

colours and impasto technique add<br />

depth and texture


Jack Dickson<br />

Jack lives and works in Dorset in the UK. His densely layered mixed media<br />

work draws upon a range of cultural and aesthetic influences echoing the<br />

complexity and ambiguity of contemporary experience and identity.<br />

His work is in private collections in the UK, USA and Hong Kong and also in<br />

the National Portrait Gallery’s online collection and The Guildhall, London.<br />

Media appearances include Sky Arts’ Portrait Artist of the Year 2020 and<br />

on BBC 1’s Make it At Market 2023.


Reconciliation<br />

Medium: Oil paint, Indian Ink,<br />

Phototransfer, Conte, Goldleaf, Collage<br />

Size: 90 x 120cm<br />

Price: £5750<br />

Year: 2023<br />

30 years have passed since the first free<br />

elections in South Africa. This painting is<br />

an ode to reconciliation and<br />

contradiction. Mandela and Tutu<br />

disagreed but their relationship pointed<br />

a way forward. It may take centuries…<br />

but there is hope.


Jamie Ashman<br />

I have been experimenting with art since the late 1980’s whilst studying<br />

Fashion at Central Saint Martins. My images are now held in private<br />

collections in England, The Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, India and The<br />

U.S.A . As posters on London Underground, as Cambridge Folk Festival site<br />

art, with work selected and sold for Stonewall, Cambridge International<br />

Airport, lotus Land Estates at ELAN, Sweet’Arts, Vout O Renee’s - Stash<br />

Gallery, Carpe Diem - India, Cambridge Museum of Technology <strong>Exhibition</strong>s<br />

and with various published interviews.


1980’s Male Model<br />

Medium: Giclee print on Hanemuhle Rag paper.<br />

Edition: 1 of 10<br />

Size: 59.4 x 42cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 80 x 54cm (Framed)<br />

Price: £175<br />

Year: 2023<br />

An iPad print from a digital collage of a 1980’s Male<br />

Model dressed as a Cowboy, inspired by a 1980’s<br />

Youth Culture Fashion Magazine.


New York Doll<br />

Medium: Acrylic on 400gsm Fabriano Paper<br />

Size: 80 x 54.5cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 82 x 56cm (Framed)<br />

Price: £250<br />

Year: 2023<br />

A portrait inspired by the recent ‘Anna May<br />

Wong’ Barbie set in New York with a skyline<br />

of skyscrapers.


Jesus Suarez<br />

Jesus Suarez is a fine art photographer based in London. His inspiration<br />

stems from the visual language of signs and symbols, as he delves into<br />

history, myths, and personal experiences to continually enrich his creative<br />

vision. Jesus sees photography not only as a means of artistic expression<br />

but also as a therapeutic outlet, creating connections with life experiences<br />

and promoting a foundation for a well-balanced mindset.


Canning Town<br />

Cherry Blossom<br />

Medium: Photography print on<br />

Hahnemuhle glossy Fine Art<br />

Baryta paper<br />

Size: 42 x 59.1cm<br />

Size: 54 x 71.4cm<br />

Edition: 1/25<br />

Price: £265<br />

Year: <strong>2024</strong><br />

In streets where stories<br />

intertwine, The cherry<br />

blossoms silently shine,<br />

Their beauty a fleeting delight,<br />

A reminder of life's transient<br />

flight.


Greenwich<br />

Cherry Blossom<br />

Medium: Photography print on<br />

Hahnemuhle glossy Fine Art<br />

Baryta paper<br />

Size: 42 x 59.1cm<br />

Size: 54 x 71.4cm<br />

Edition: 1/25<br />

Price: £265<br />

Year: <strong>2024</strong><br />

In Greenwich's gardens, where<br />

time takes its rest, Cherry<br />

blossoms bloom at nature's<br />

behest. A symphony of pink<br />

'neath the ancient sky, In this<br />

timeless borough, they'll never<br />

die.


Jo Lovelock<br />

Jo is a mixed media artist. After a ten-year career in graphic design, she<br />

studied at the University for the Creative Arts earning an MA with<br />

distinction in art textiles in 2016.<br />

Jo has shown work in group exhibitions both nationally and internationally.<br />

In 2017 she had a joint exhibition with the artist Naoya Doi at the<br />

prestigious GalleryGallery in Kyoto, Japan, and in 2022 had pieces selected<br />

for the RSA Annual <strong>Exhibition</strong> and the RA Summer <strong>Exhibition</strong>.


London I<br />

Medium: Mixed Media<br />

Size: 40 x 40cm<br />

Size: 44 x 44cm (Framed)<br />

Price: £450<br />

Year: <strong>2024</strong><br />

Working directly on maps, my work<br />

explores the continual transformation of<br />

our towns and cities. Searching for new<br />

patterns or directions in our fragmented<br />

and interwoven lives. Seeking harmony<br />

amongst the chaos and discord that<br />

surrounds us.


London II<br />

Medium: Mixed media<br />

Size: 40 x 40cm<br />

Size: 44 x 44cm (Framed)<br />

Price: £450<br />

Year: <strong>2024</strong><br />

Working directly on maps, my work<br />

explores the continual transformation of<br />

our towns and cities. Searching for new<br />

patterns or directions in our fragmented<br />

and interwoven lives. Seeking harmony<br />

amongst the chaos and discord that<br />

surrounds us.


London NW<br />

Medium: Mixed media<br />

Size: 45 x 45cm<br />

Size: 49 x 49cm (Framed)<br />

Price: £475<br />

Year: <strong>2024</strong><br />

Working directly on maps, my work<br />

explores the continual transformation of<br />

our towns and cities. Searching for new<br />

patterns or directions in our fragmented<br />

and interwoven lives. Seeking harmony<br />

amongst the chaos and discord that<br />

surrounds us.<br />

SOLD


Jonathan Faragher<br />

Jon Faragher is a multi-media visual artist who uses and references<br />

technology for art making. Jon investigates techno-fossils, obsolete objects<br />

he finds in the urban or rural landscape. His practice, a form of<br />

technological archaeology brings together research and making. The<br />

results of his investigations are incorporated into his work.


Grim Phoenix<br />

Medium: Acrylic & Pencil on Board<br />

Size: 61 x 94cm<br />

Price: £1995<br />

Year: 2023<br />

Bishopsgate Goodsyards was a railway freight<br />

terminal operating from 1881. In 1964 a<br />

devastating blaze reduced the upper levels to a<br />

shell. “Grim Phoenix” brings together the fire of<br />

1964 and ponders the future of the site now<br />

scheduled for redevelopment.


The Goodsyards<br />

Medium: C type on MDF (Artist’s Proof)<br />

Price: £765<br />

Size: 62 x 37cm<br />

Year: 2023<br />

Prints on Giclée Hahnemühle Etching paper<br />

(Digital Drawing)<br />

Edition of 20<br />

Size: 62 x 37cm<br />

Price: £180<br />

Year: 2023<br />

Drawn in the style of Piranesi “The<br />

Goodsyards” concentrates on the<br />

abandoned ground level barrel vaulted<br />

undercroft of Bishopsgate Goods station<br />

which evokes the spirit of the prisons and<br />

Rome’s lost architecture captured by the<br />

Italian artist.


Jonathän Jouan<br />

Based in Denmark, I am a French artist and art furniture maker, with<br />

academic backgrounds in art history from France and furniture making<br />

from Montreal, Canada. My work blends straw marquetry, woodworking,<br />

and metal accents. In each piece, I weave stories drawn from animistic<br />

folklore and fictional tales, reflecting my belief that handcrafted objects<br />

are not merely items, but sanctuaries for souls to reside.


Invisible Monster 03<br />

Medium: Wood, Rye Straw, & Brass<br />

Size: 45 x 29 x 10cm<br />

Price: £850<br />

Year: 2023<br />

Explore the 'Invisible Monsters' a collection inspired by<br />

unseen amoebic threats, arranged with taxidermy-like<br />

precision. These pieces reveal the hidden dangers of<br />

microorganisms through<br />

lifelike rye straw scales, reflecting light to showcase the<br />

intricate interplay of beauty and peril.


Invisible Monster (04)<br />

Medium: Wood, Rye Straw, & Brass<br />

Size: 55 x 45 x 7cm<br />

Price: £1350<br />

Year: 2023<br />

Explore the 'Invisible Monsters' a collection inspired by<br />

unseen amoebic threats, arranged with taxidermy-like<br />

precision. These pieces reveal the hidden dangers of<br />

microorganisms through<br />

lifelike rye straw scales, reflecting light to showcase the<br />

intricate interplay of beauty and peril.


Invisible Monster (05)<br />

Medium: Wood, Rye Straw, & Brass<br />

Size: 45 x 35 x 8cm<br />

Price: £1100<br />

Year: <strong>2024</strong><br />

Explore the 'Invisible Monsters' a collection inspired by unseen<br />

amoebic threats, arranged with taxidermy-like precision. These<br />

pieces reveal the hidden dangers of microorganisms through<br />

lifelike rye straw scales, reflecting light to showcase the<br />

intricate interplay of beauty and peril.<br />

SOLD


Kara Simpson<br />

Kara Simpson is a digital artist whose work documents a deeply personal<br />

journey. Combining personal and pop culture nostalgia to explore<br />

thoughts, dreams and memories. The unapologetically playful style gives<br />

these dark thoughts a soft space to sit and breathe, allowing for the<br />

possibility of reinvention whilst also challenging the notion that childhood<br />

is a time of unfettered innocence.


Bad Hair Day<br />

Medium: Giclée Print<br />

Size: 30 x 42cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 43 x 56cm (Framed)<br />

Edition: 2/15<br />

Price: £210<br />

Year: 2023<br />

(Unframed £150.00)<br />

Digital artwork. Fine art giclée print on Hahnemühle<br />

German etching paper.


Old Dolls In Diaphanous<br />

Dresses<br />

Medium: Giclée Print<br />

Size: 82x 53cm (Framed)<br />

Size: 96 x 66cm (Unframed)<br />

Edition: 3/25<br />

Price: £330 Framed<br />

Year: 2023<br />

(Unframed £240.00)<br />

Digital artwork. Fine art giclée print on<br />

Hahnemühle German etching paper.


Yum Yum Murder Mystery<br />

Medium: Giclée print<br />

Size: 50 x 50cm<br />

Size: 64 x 64cm (Framed)<br />

Edition: 11/25<br />

Price: £250<br />

Year: 2023<br />

(Unframed £180.00)<br />

Digital artwork. Fine art giclée print on Hahnemühle<br />

German etching paper.


Kate Mayer<br />

Abstract artist, Kate Mayer, infuses her work with vibrant energy and<br />

emotion. Drawing inspiration from spoken words and music, Mayer's<br />

paintings explore themes of identity, resilience, and the human spirit. With<br />

bold strokes and rich colours, she creates captivating compositions that<br />

invite viewers to contemplate their own journey. Mayer's art has been<br />

bought by collectors worldwide, earning recognition for its depth and<br />

dynamism. Through her work, she seeks to ignite conversation and inspire<br />

others to embrace their unique path.


Speak Your Truth<br />

Medium: Acrylic & Spray Paint on Canvas<br />

Size: 80 x 80cm (unframe<br />

Size: 85 x 85 (Framed)<br />

Price: £2450<br />

Year: 2023<br />

Inspired by an interview with Davina McCall,<br />

'Speak Your Truth' bursts with bold colours,<br />

urging you to be fearless in expressing yourself.<br />

Let it remind you of the joy that comes with<br />

embracing your true colours.


Go Your Own Way<br />

Medium: Gesso, Acrylic and Spray Paint on<br />

Plywood Tondo<br />

Size: 87cm (Diameter)<br />

Price: £1950<br />

Year: 2023<br />

Go Your Own Way' captures independence<br />

and strength in a circular form. Its beachinspired<br />

palette and dynamic strokes<br />

evoke the energy of crashing waves,<br />

embodying freedom. A visual anthem to<br />

self-assurance, it encourages courage and<br />

authenticity.


Katie Evans<br />

Katie Evans is a local abstract artist who likes to create colourful and<br />

uplifting art using acrylics and other mediums. She is particularly drawn to<br />

metallics, so these feature heavily in her work, loves to explore textures to<br />

create 3-D effects.


Jewel Of The Sea<br />

Medium: Mixed with Gold Leaf & Glass Acrylic<br />

Beads<br />

Size: 100 x 100cm<br />

Price: £795<br />

Year: <strong>2024</strong><br />

This piece was created with majesfc sunsets<br />

over the sea in mind. It is designed to be a<br />

statement piece of artwork which should light<br />

up any room.


Keiron Farrow<br />

Pain&ng started for me in 1989/90, with the sleeve of The Stone Roses first<br />

album. Which their guitarist, John Squire painted and designed in the style<br />

of Jackson Pollock... What I paint is the interplay of the world I inhabit and<br />

my internal landscape. The balance between them s&rs a sequence of<br />

sensa&ons. These cause a colour collision, in which I find self revela&on and<br />

ul&mately freedom. Also, and perhaps most importantly importantly,<br />

pain&ng is the purest joy I possess.


Desire Path<br />

Medium: Acrylic on Canvas<br />

Size: 61 x 82cm<br />

Size: 61 x 86.5cm<br />

Price: £320<br />

Year: <strong>2024</strong><br />

A desire path is that short cut we take:<br />

through the hedge, past the garages to<br />

the shops...It's about getting there<br />

quicker so we can reach where we<br />

really want to be.


Gratitude<br />

Medium: Acrylic on Canvas<br />

Size: 61 x 82cm<br />

Size: 61 x 86.5cm<br />

Price: £320<br />

Year: <strong>2024</strong><br />

Gratitude to me, is simply one of<br />

life's golden feelings.


Kolapo Olorunyemi<br />

Driven by the complexities of human interaction, Nigerian artist<br />

Olorunyemi Kolapo utilizes his art to explore the complexities of identity.<br />

His works delve into the various forms of connection, or lack thereof, that<br />

we weave through language, gestures, expressions, cultural values, and<br />

even physical proximity. Kolapo's artistic journey ignited as a teenager,<br />

fuelled by the readily available charcoal and diverse surfaces that<br />

surrounded him.<br />

Despite pursuing a career in Physics, as per his parents' wishes, the pull of<br />

artistry proved irresistible. He embarked on his professional art journey in<br />

2005, eventually earning their support after graduation.


The Resilient Spirits: Awelewa<br />

Awakens (4)<br />

Medium: Oil on Canvas<br />

Size: 30 x 90cm<br />

Price: ££985<br />

Year: 2023<br />

The series delves into the decolonization of history through<br />

the depiction of black women with exceptionally long necks.<br />

These masks serve as a representation of the dualities faced<br />

by black women—their hidden struggles, the silencing of<br />

their voices, and the preservation of their cultural heritage.<br />

Incorporated into the upper part of each mask are elements<br />

inspired by African artifact mask sculptures, emphasizing a<br />

connection to the ancestral past and the importance of<br />

cultural memory even in the future


The Resilient Spirits: Awelewa<br />

Awakens (6)<br />

Medium: Oil on Canvas<br />

Size: 30 x 90cm<br />

Price: £985<br />

Year: 2023<br />

The series delves into the decolonization of history through the<br />

depiction of black women with exceptionally long necks. These<br />

masks serve as a representation of the dualities faced by black<br />

women—their hidden struggles, the silencing of their voices, and<br />

the preservation of their cultural heritage. Incorporated into the<br />

upper part of each mask are elements inspired by African artifact<br />

mask sculptures, emphasizing a connection to the ancestral past<br />

and the importance of cultural memory even in the future


Kristina Kordova<br />

My passion for wildlife settled early, growing up in a small town in the<br />

mountains of Bulgaria, which allowed to immerse into lush landscapes.<br />

Moving to the UK to pursue my degree in Biological Sciences allowed me<br />

to expand my observations and build awareness of issues of species<br />

conservation and restoration from a scientific perspective. The two fields<br />

of my passion – art and science, finally came together and I started<br />

exploring species dynamics through my paintings of rare flowers and<br />

animals in the approachable tradition of still life.


Bee’s Flight Home<br />

Medium: Oil on Canvas<br />

Size: 30 x 40cm<br />

Price: £410<br />

Year: 2023<br />

The painting depicts the flight of the first endangered<br />

species of bumblebee home – the rusty patched<br />

bumblebee. The bouquet of picked flowers symbolizes<br />

the destruction of its home, causing the reduction in its<br />

population.


Butterfly’s Whisper<br />

Medium: Oil & Acrylic on Canvas<br />

Size: 40 x 50cm<br />

Price: £590<br />

Year: 2023<br />

A Butterfly’s Whisper pays homage to<br />

the rare California pipevine swallowtail<br />

and the dedication of biologist Dr<br />

Wong in its conservation. The rays of<br />

sunlight create a feeling of a dream in<br />

which a single person can make a<br />

difference in the conservation of a<br />

species.


Queen Of The Alps<br />

Medium: Oil on Canvas<br />

Size: 28 x 35cm<br />

Price: £390<br />

Year: 2023<br />

‘Edelweiss’ translates to “noble and white”. Seen<br />

as a symbol of dedication, young men used to<br />

present them to loved ones. So many flowers were<br />

picked that they became endangered and a<br />

protected species across the Alps. The flower is<br />

also in danger of reduced habitat due to warming.


Laura Rozamunda<br />

Laura Rozamunda is an artist and writer, born in Kent, 1999. Working<br />

primarily in oils, she creates realist works on canvas and paper, influenced<br />

by Impressionist uses of light. Her background in literature informs the<br />

narratives weaved into each artwork. From portraiture to architecture and<br />

landscape, her diverse subjects reflect an insatiable curiosity of the<br />

surrounding world, attempting to translate a moment into an artistic<br />

experience. She received her MA in Art History from the Courtauld<br />

Institute of Art, London.


Campo Santi Giovanni e<br />

Paolo<br />

Medium: Oil & Graphite on Primed Paper<br />

Size: 27.7 x 40cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 29.7 x 42cm (Framed)<br />

Price: £500<br />

Year: 2023<br />

Drawn on location and painted in the<br />

studio, this view across the Venetian<br />

square of Saints Giovanni and Paolo<br />

captures the city’s warmth at dusk after an<br />

autumn rain. Reflections of streetlights<br />

illuminate the architecture of the Basilica.<br />

SOLD


Lizzie Hill<br />

Winner of the Royal Academy of Arts Jack Goldhill Prize for Sculpture 2023,<br />

Kent based artist Lizzie Hill graduated with a 1 st class degree in Fine Art at<br />

The University of Kent in 2020. Informed by her interest in the human<br />

impact on the planet and our place in deep time, Lizzie now works almost<br />

exclusively with waste materials, weaving them into large<br />

anthropomorphic and geological forms. Lizzie will be exhibiting work at<br />

this year's Lucca Biennale Cartasia in Italy.


Mudlark<br />

Medium: Waste Materials & Wire<br />

Size: 84 x 65 x 10cm<br />

Price: £1500<br />

Year: 2023<br />

A wall-based sculpture, woven from<br />

waste materials on a wire warp. The<br />

woven layers emulate hidden<br />

geology and underground river<br />

systems.


Wall Strata 1<br />

Medium: Waste Materials & Wire<br />

Size: 80 x 40 x 5cm<br />

Price: £950<br />

Year: 2023<br />

A wall-based sculpture woven from<br />

waste materials and wire. Emulating<br />

layers of geological strata, posing<br />

questions about the Anthropocene.


Louis Szabo<br />

My name is Louis Szabo, I am a self-taught landscape artist with the main<br />

goal of producing impactful works of art that romanticise the natural world<br />

as I am deeply inspired by the immense and powerful biodiversity held by<br />

the Earth. I do my best to achieve this by accurately representing nature<br />

with a realistic yet painterly style through the use of colour and<br />

juxtaposing texture to generate atmosphere, depth and precision.


Mount Wank<br />

Medium: Oil on Canvas<br />

Size: 100 x 80cm<br />

Price: £400<br />

Year: 2022<br />

Featuring the beautiful Mount Wank in southern<br />

Germany, this painting shows two horses grazing in a<br />

nearby field after a stormy morning.


Mountain Men<br />

Medium: Oil on Canvas<br />

Size: 90 x 90cm<br />

Price: £400<br />

Year: 2023<br />

A group of mountain goats trekking along a<br />

mountainous path.


The Holy Church Annas<br />

Medium: Oil on Canvas<br />

Size: 80 x 60cm<br />

Price: £350<br />

Year: 2023<br />

St. Anna’s Catholic church surrounded by<br />

Slovakia’s Autumn glory, overlooking the Belinska<br />

Tatras mountains.<br />

SOLD


Louise Verity<br />

I’m inspired by the great colour field painters, abstract expressionists and<br />

the impressionists. When I stand in front of a painting I love in a gallery, I<br />

feel a connection to all the other people that love that painting. I feel like<br />

we’re all the reason it’s there. I love bringing colours together as a way of<br />

evoking this experience.


Green 4<br />

Medium: Acrylic on Canvas<br />

Size: 45 x 61cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 49 x 65.5cm (Framed)<br />

Price: £250<br />

Year: <strong>2024</strong><br />

In this painting I stripped back my process and the layers<br />

under the aquamarine are just black. I wanted to give<br />

the beautiful green centre stage.


Blue 2<br />

Medium: Acrylic on Canvas<br />

Size: 45 x 61cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 49 x 65.5cm (Framed)<br />

Price: £250<br />

Year: <strong>2024</strong><br />

For me, Blue 2 is about the effect that the colours<br />

showing through from the layers underneath have on<br />

the Prussian Blue that makes up most of the canvas.<br />

This balance is so fundamental to how I approach<br />

painting.


Ogen Osiegbu<br />

Ogen Osiegbu is a self-taught artist from Delta State, Nigeria, but lives in<br />

the city of Lagos. His art is inspired by the Orogodo River, which is a source<br />

of livelihood to the people of Owa Kingdom, (Ogen’s ancestry home), in<br />

Delta State.<br />

Ogen’s love for the Benin masks comes from his ancestral link to the Benin<br />

tribe through his grandmother who is partly from Edo State, the home of<br />

the Benin people.


Myriad Of Souls<br />

Medium: Acrylic, Graffiti Ink & Oil Pastel on<br />

Canvas<br />

Size: 121 x 121cm<br />

Price: £850<br />

Year: 2023


Mama Papa Pikin<br />

Medium: Acrylic, Spray Paint, Oil Pastel &<br />

Graffiti Ink on Canvas<br />

Size: 121 x 121cm<br />

Price: £850<br />

Year: <strong>2024</strong>


Paul Flanders<br />

My main subject is primarily nocturnal urban landscapes, painted directly<br />

on site, around South East London and the people who live and work<br />

there. I am influenced by urban photographers such as Brassaï and Saul<br />

Leiter, artists such as Edward Hopper and Doreen Fletcher and noir films<br />

such as ‘M’, ‘Blade Runner’ and ‘Fallen Angels’. I draw on these influences<br />

to explore the relationship between London's rapidly changing, modular<br />

landscape, and its diverse and increasingly fluid, impermanent community.


Deptford High Street,<br />

6.50pm<br />

Medium: Oil on Canvas<br />

Size: 30 x 40cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 33.5 x 43.5cm (Framed)<br />

Price: £800<br />

Year: 2023<br />

Nocturne, painted au plein air.<br />

SOLD


Herbert Road,<br />

Plumstead 11.40pm<br />

Medium: Oil on Canvas<br />

Size: 30 x 40cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 33.5 x 43.5cm (Framed)<br />

Price: £800<br />

Year: 2023<br />

Nocturne, painted au plein air


Pauline Maddocks<br />

Pauline Maddocks gained a BA Hons from St Martin’s, after which she<br />

enjoyed an extensive career in the fashion industry as designer then buyer.<br />

Upon moving to the Chilterns, she rekindled her love of painting and now<br />

paints the natural world in an abstract manner.<br />

She has exhibited and sold at several contemporary art fairs and galleries<br />

in London and the Home Counties, including: The Broadway Letchworth,<br />

The Boomer Gallery and the London Lighthouse Gallery.


Misplaced<br />

Medium: Acrylic on Canvas<br />

Size: 70 x 70cm<br />

Price: £850<br />

Year: 2023<br />

In this abstract floral painting, the copper<br />

and orange tones zing against the aubergine<br />

and turquoise. Although it is an autumnal<br />

colour palette, the turquoise and yellow lift<br />

the painting as if it is bathed in light.


Take my Hand<br />

Medium: Acrylic on Canvas<br />

Size: 70 x 70cm<br />

Price: £850<br />

Year: 2023<br />

The narrative shows a delicate pathway<br />

between tumbling flora. Dark patches of<br />

colour encroach on the pastels of the<br />

flowers, imitating the poisons man is<br />

polluting the planet with. Can we find a path<br />

to arresting the destruction?


Let’s Fall in love<br />

Medium: Acrylic on Canvas<br />

Size: 100 x 100cm<br />

Price: £950<br />

Year: <strong>2024</strong><br />

This painting portraying spring colours shows<br />

the seeds dispersing into the atmosphere.<br />

The green leaves morph into the background<br />

of broken flora.


Phoebe Corker-Marin<br />

As a sculptor Phoebe Corker-Marin is interested in our internal narratives, the<br />

stories we tell ourselves. For her these experiences are physical, grounded in her.<br />

body. It is through her body that she perceives, remembers, and reacts to the world.<br />

She therefore set out to transcribe these internal experiences into physical objects.<br />

Their small, hand-held, scale suits the intimate subjects they address. Rather than<br />

shouting, their size is an invitation to come closer and engage with their world.


True Colours<br />

Medium: Raw Silk, Dupion Silk & Hollowfibre<br />

Size: 11 x 11 x 4.5cm<br />

Price: £1560<br />

Year: 2019<br />

To show one's true colours<br />

Takes vulnerability & strength<br />

Somewhere between<br />

Clark Kent revealing his identity<br />

& Buffy Summers exposing her neck<br />

Female torso made from silk with slash<br />

down left side of chest<br />

exposing artist’s interpretation of the<br />

bisexual flag colours.


Punam Singh<br />

Punam Singh is a London-based abstract expressionist and intuitive painter<br />

who confides in the earthly properties of natural materials to showcase<br />

her practice. Brought up on a remote tea plantation in Assam, her jungle<br />

upbringing surrounded by the Himalayas provide the foundation for her<br />

work. Using concrete as a base layer, she seeks to highlight the resilience of<br />

the human and nature’s spirit, before unleashing swarms of colour,<br />

patterns and ranging styles – from bold to small strokes.


Indian Summer (1)<br />

Medium: Acrylic, Concrete & Plaster on<br />

Canvas.<br />

Size: 91 x 61cm<br />

Price: £800<br />

Year: 2022<br />

This painting is one of a series, inspired by<br />

the song of the same title and childhood<br />

memories of summer days spent in India<br />

and the lush green surrounding after the<br />

monsoon rains.


The Comfort of the<br />

Woods<br />

Medium: Acrylic, Concrete & Plaster on<br />

Canvas.<br />

Size: 100 x 50cm<br />

Price: £850<br />

Year: 2021<br />

Inspired by the pine forests that<br />

surrounded our childhood home in the<br />

foothills of the Himalayas. Those early<br />

memories are a source of comfort and joy,<br />

hence the title.


Rita Krupavičiutė<br />

Rita Krupaviciute is a Lithuanian-born artist whose practice is rooted in the<br />

academic and individual studies, also MA in Fine Art at Middlesex<br />

University in London. The central idea of her artistic exploration is nature<br />

and humanity in space and time. Her research is expressed through the<br />

series of paintings such as TREE STORIES and FLOWERS LIFE. Through her<br />

artworks, Rita seeks to bring into focus the relationship between nature,<br />

humanity and temporality of constant changes in us and around us.<br />

Rita’s artworks have been exhibited in London, overseas in Italy,<br />

Germany, Norway, Poland, Lithuania and Latvia.


Hyacinthus I<br />

Medium: Mixed Media on Canvas<br />

Size: 80 x 30cm<br />

Price: £233<br />

Year: <strong>2024</strong><br />

A diptych ‘HyacinthusI’ and ‘Hyacinthus II’ is from a series of<br />

paintings FLOWERS LIFE.<br />

<strong>Spring</strong> brings freshness, rejuvenation of life and reminds us a<br />

passing by time, to live HERE and HOW.<br />

The idea is to capture spontaneously the momentum of lifetime<br />

outside in the garden.


Hyacinthus II<br />

Medium: Mixed Media on Canvas<br />

Size: 80 x 30cm<br />

Price: £233<br />

Year: <strong>2024</strong><br />

A diptych ‘HyacinthusI’ and ‘Hyacinthus II’ is from a series of paintings<br />

FLOWERS LIFE.<br />

<strong>Spring</strong> brings freshness, rejuvenation of life and reminds us a passing<br />

by time, to live HERE and HOW.<br />

The idea is to capture spontaneously the momentum of life-time<br />

outside in the garden.


Russell Barratt<br />

Russell Barratt is a textile artist known for his vibrant, expressive quilted<br />

artworks. Utilising second-hand fabrics and repurposed clothing, Barratt's<br />

creations are not only visually striking but also environmentally conscious,<br />

embodying the principles of recycling and sustainability.<br />

His work reflects a deep connection to memories of childhood, domestic<br />

life, and the nostalgic resonance of specific textiles.<br />

He incorporates traditional quilting techniques while pushing the<br />

boundaries to create innovative and contemporary pieces, prompting<br />

viewers to contemplate the significance of materiality, memory, and<br />

craftsmanship in our modern world.


Blue<br />

Medium: Used textiles, used clothing,<br />

bamboo/cotton batting and cotton thread<br />

Size: 165 x 150cm<br />

Price: £1880<br />

Year: 2022<br />

Responding to the use of a single colour, this quilt<br />

uses the architecture of deconstructed clothing as<br />

a playful main motif. Quilting thread ends are left<br />

exposed to acknowledge the handmade process of<br />

the maker.


Sam Haynes<br />

Sam Haynes is a multi-media, mid career artist based in London, working<br />

with sculpture, installation and photography. With an Art in Architecture<br />

MA from the University of East London, her geometric, abstract work,<br />

using found objects and materials, expresses a dynamic physicality through<br />

an elegantly balanced aesthetic. She launched her new photo print series<br />

of sculptural assemblages in 2021, with exhibitions in London, Rome and<br />

Barcelona, with her first solo show last year at the Bloom Gallery, London.


Stroke of Luck<br />

Medium: Photography<br />

Size: 70 x 105cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 71 x 106cm (Framed)<br />

Edition: 1 of 10<br />

Price: £885<br />

Year: 2022<br />

Crushed aluminium strip light reflector<br />

panel on pink Spandex: digital<br />

photographic print directly onto<br />

aluminium, giving the lightest areas a<br />

slight shine as you move across the image,<br />

emphasising it's 3D quality.


Siarhei Yazlavetski<br />

Siarhei Yazlavetski, a London-based photographer originally from Belarus,<br />

specializes in landscapes and documentary photography. His work explores<br />

self-reflection and surreal worlds, inviting viewers to introspect. With<br />

accolades including exhibitions in Minsk and honourable mentions,<br />

Yazlavetski's precision, honed through his background in software<br />

engineering, defines his approach. Exclusively using film cameras, he crafts<br />

images with philosophical depth, drawing from his diverse educational<br />

background. Captivated by photography from a young age, Yazlavetski now<br />

shares his unique perspective with the world.


Waterfall<br />

Medium: Giclee Print - Hahnemuhle Baryta FA Paper<br />

Edition: 1 of 5<br />

Size: 50 x 50cm, (Unframed)<br />

Size: 54 x 54cm (Framed)<br />

Price: £500<br />

Year: 2013<br />

The photograph was taken on Ilford PanF film via<br />

Hasselblad 503cw camera in the south of Iceland.


Stream<br />

Medium: Giclee Print - Hahnemuhle Baryta FA Paper<br />

Edition: 1 of 5<br />

Size: 50 x 50cm, (Unframed)<br />

Size: 54 x 54cm (Framed)<br />

Price: £500<br />

Year: 2013<br />

The photograph was taken on Ilford PanF film via<br />

Hasselblad 503cw camera in the south of Iceland.


Columns<br />

Medium: Giclee Print - Hahnemuhle Baryta FA Paper<br />

Edition: 1 of 5<br />

Size: 50 x 50cm, (Unframed)<br />

Size: 54 x 54cm (Framed)<br />

Price: £500<br />

Year: 2013<br />

The photograph was taken on Ilford PanF film via<br />

Hasselblad 503cw camera in the south of Iceland.


Steve Chapman<br />

Stevexoh is a self-taught artist known for his distinctive black and white<br />

drawings, his colourful paintings, his 3D wooden cut-outs and his unusual<br />

conceptual art projects. Steve finds the World a fascinatingly bizarre place<br />

and creates art to give his hyperactive imagination and neuro-diverse mind<br />

an outlet. His work has been described as “art which captures so well how<br />

weird and imperfect the world is.”<br />

Steve is at his best when he is not quite sure what he is doing.


Today is Very Difficult<br />

Medium: Acrylic Paints on Bristol Board<br />

Size: 42 x 29.7cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 43 x 54cm (Framed)<br />

Price: £295<br />

Year: 2023<br />

I started painting headlines for the fictional “The Daily<br />

Human” 2 years ago as a way of not hiding difficult,<br />

shameful things, but putting them on a banner headline. I<br />

painted this one on Christmas Day 2023.


The Cowboy and The Iron<br />

Medium: Acrylic Paints on Paper<br />

Size: 21 x 21cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 27.5 x 27.5 x 4cm (Framed)<br />

Price: £225<br />

Year: 2022<br />

I like drawing/painting cowboys - an archetypal societal<br />

symbol of masculinity - and depicting them in<br />

vulnerable or less cowboy-like situations as an<br />

invitation to challenge the norms of what it means to<br />

be a man. As soon as I saw the look on the face of this<br />

one I knew what was on his mind.


Taiwo Bolaji<br />

Taiwo Bolaji Emmanuel was born in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria, Bolaji is<br />

primarily known for his focus on pointillism, using acrylic paint as his<br />

preferred medium, while also experimenting with oil and mixed media. His<br />

artwork often depicts views of life and nature, capturing emotions through<br />

vibrant colours. Throughout his career. In recent years, he has expanded<br />

his artistic repertoire by exploring painting and mark-making techniques.<br />

This journey has allowed him to infuse his artwork with elements of<br />

floristry and craftsmanship.


WOJU (Look into my Eyes)<br />

Medium: Acrylic on Canvas<br />

Size: 91 x 121cm<br />

Price: £875<br />

Year: 2023<br />

Woju meaning (look into my eyes) it's not what you look at<br />

that matter, it's what you see. Always be yourself. Express<br />

yourself, have faith in yourself, because people can be smiling<br />

outside, but they are not happy, we don't see people as they<br />

are but as they appear to us.<br />

SOLD


Teresa Shippel Hales<br />

I take inspiration from nature; the interplay of sunlight, the formation of<br />

shadows & silhouettes, reflections in water; from puddles to the sea. And<br />

the sky; clouds, dramatic & threatening or light & insubstantial, creating a<br />

uniquely limitless visual theatre. I am also drawn to functional objects;<br />

beauty in the mundane: padlocks, keys, tools, bikes, books, tables & chairs.<br />

Not solely attracted by the forms & textures of the objects themselves, but<br />

also to the relationship between positive & negative, by their<br />

compositional qualities.


Fortess Road<br />

Medium: Photo Etching/Aquatint/Watercolour<br />

Size: 23 x 15cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 42 x 34.5cm (Framed)<br />

Edition: 1 of 30<br />

Price: £195<br />

Price: £120 - Unframed<br />

Year: 2023<br />

A mundane row of graffiti covered shuttered<br />

shops between Kentish Town & Tufnell Park,<br />

flats above, brickwork battered, neglected,<br />

unloved. This scene presented me with a blank<br />

canvas, to add colour and focus. The division<br />

between flats looks like the buildings have<br />

been stitched together by a giant hand.


St Fagans<br />

Medium: Photo Etching/Aquatint<br />

Size: 20 x 26cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 40 x 50.5cm (Framed)<br />

Edition: 1 of 30<br />

Price: £240<br />

Price: £150 - Unframed<br />

Year: 2023<br />

A dark, confined space in an old worker’s<br />

cottage in Glamorgan, the ceiling made<br />

up of woven rushes. The only window<br />

allowing diffused light into the dwelling,<br />

hardly touching the walls, highlighting an<br />

old wooden spindle armchair. So<br />

atmospheric, possibly cosy with the peat<br />

fire lit.


Teresa Williams<br />

Teresa has worked with digital and analogue collage to create images<br />

around themes of nostalgia, the displacement of time, and the<br />

iconography of women.<br />

Recently her focus has been to produce work which draws attention to the<br />

environmental issue of erosion.<br />

Since finishing her Photography MA in 2019 she has been selected to show<br />

work at the London Lighthouse Gallery, Photo Oxford, Glasgow Gallery of<br />

Photography, Florida, and via projection at Tate Modern. She has work in<br />

several publications.


Melite<br />

Medium: Mixed media with photography, hand<br />

embroidery, beach debris, smashed sea glass and sand,<br />

on sustainable bamboo paper<br />

Size: 19 x 19cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 25 x 25cm (Framed)<br />

Price: £425<br />

Year: <strong>2024</strong><br />

One of the Greek mythological Nereids, Melite is the<br />

personification of calm seas. Looking out to sea from<br />

Pakefield beach, she is clothed in geo textiles and other<br />

debris which has landed on the beach as the cliffs have<br />

fallen.<br />

SOLD


Actaea<br />

Medium: Mixed media with photography, hand<br />

embroidery, beach debris on sustainable hemp paper<br />

Size: 19 x 19cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 25 x 25cm (Framed)<br />

Price: £425<br />

Year: <strong>2024</strong><br />

One of the Greek mythological Nereids, Actaea is the<br />

Nereid of the sea shore. Standing on Pakefield beach, she<br />

is draped in geo textiles and other debris which has<br />

landed on the beach as the cliffs have fallen.


Eione<br />

Medium: Mixed media with photography, hand<br />

embroidery, beach debris, smashed sea glass and sand<br />

on sustainable bamboo paper<br />

Size: 19 x 19cm (Unframed)<br />

Size: 25 x 25cm (Framed)<br />

Price: £425<br />

Year: <strong>2024</strong><br />

Eione is the Greek mythological Nereid of the beach<br />

strand. She looks out to large pools of water that have<br />

collected on Pakefield beach and is draped in geo<br />

textiles, wire, and other debris which has fallen onto the<br />

beach.


Vicki Salmi<br />

Vicki Salmi is a visual artist from Kent. Her process-based practice is<br />

grounded in intuitive mark-making and driven by an overactive mind in<br />

motion and interplay between chaos and control. It is a reaction to, and<br />

exploration of a world fill of information and sensory overload and limitless<br />

possibilities found within it.<br />

She has exhibited in various solo, and group shows including the Turner<br />

Contemporary and completed artist commissions for London nightspot,<br />

The Cross, Looping the Loop, and POW Thanet.


Parrots Can’t Cook Dinner<br />

Medium: Acrylic on Canvas<br />

Size: 141 x 167 x 5cm<br />

Price: £3500<br />

Year: <strong>2024</strong><br />

This painting is from a show called ‘I Like Birds’ and a leap of<br />

faith that birdlike forms might appear through incidental<br />

marks connecting with one another rather than conscious<br />

intention just as the title is from a randomly overheard<br />

conversation.


Wai Yi Chung<br />

Wai Yi Chung (b. 1998) is a multi-disciplinary visual artist from Hong Kong.<br />

She has a Bachelor of Social Science (Hons) in Journalism and<br />

Communication and a Master of Art in Fine Art. Her work Crossing Paths<br />

(2023) is in the South Hill Park Arts Centre collection. She has exhibited in<br />

group shows "Residents" and "Kharites" and the Graduate Art Show 2023<br />

in London, was longlisted for VAO23 and was a finalist in the Broadway<br />

Arts Festival Open Competition 2023.


Error 12-Not Enough Memory<br />

Medium: Acrylic on Canvas<br />

Size: 50 x 60cm<br />

Price: £779<br />

Year: 2023<br />

This painting is inspired by my childhood<br />

memory when most things were analogue. We<br />

invented toy with stationery, like eraser-Beyblade, ballpen-airplane.<br />

Some of us draw some intricate mazes<br />

with imaginary mechanics to play with and pretend it’s<br />

a video game.


Yunjie Huang<br />

Yunjie Huang, born in 1998, is a London-based ceramic artist and illustrator<br />

blending ancient cultures and contemporary narratives. With a foundation<br />

in Industrial Design and a Distinction in MA Illustration from Camberwell<br />

College of Arts, her work draws inspiration from goddess-worshipping<br />

cultures, translated into dreamy creations with surreal undertones. Yunjie's<br />

art, addressing themes of feminism and societal structures, has been<br />

internationally recognised and exhibited. Utilising porcelain, she crafts<br />

symbols of femininity, embedding ancient wisdom and contemporary<br />

resistance in her pieces, aiming to provoke reflection, inspire change, and<br />

celebrate femininity's power.


The Cup Theater<br />

Medium: Porcelain<br />

Edition: Candlelight<br />

Size: 15 x 13 x 10cm/13 x 7 x 9cm<br />

Price: £295/235<br />

Year: <strong>2024</strong><br />

The Kissing Cup series is a practice to create a theatrical<br />

place through the using of the cup. When the user puts<br />

drinks into the cup, the nose inside will be drowned. It<br />

will be “saved” from drowning when the user kisses and<br />

finishes drinking from the cup, whilst simultaneously<br />

convey the message that gaslighting and emotional<br />

manipulation may look like the expression of love, but it<br />

is still dangerous and sometimes invisible in a<br />

relationship.


The Cup Theater<br />

Medium: Porcelain<br />

Edition: High Tower<br />

Size: 15 x 13 x 10cm/13 x 7 x 9cm<br />

Price: £295/235<br />

Year: <strong>2024</strong><br />

The Kissing Cup series is a practice to create a theatrical<br />

place through the using of the cup. When the user puts<br />

drinks into the cup, the nose inside will be drowned. It<br />

will be “saved” from drowning when the user kisses and<br />

finishes drinking from the cup, whilst simultaneously<br />

convey the message that gaslighting and emotional<br />

manipulation may look like the expression of love, but it<br />

is still dangerous and sometimes invisible in a<br />

relationship.


Zoja Kalinovskis<br />

Zoja is a London-based conceptual, fine art photographer. As a queer, nonbinary,<br />

disabled artist they are interested in exploring concepts around<br />

identity, gender, disability, race, mental health, the climate crisis, and<br />

anything that challenges societal norms. They use their art as a form of<br />

activism to highlight social injustice.<br />

They have won multiple awards and exhibited internationally of which<br />

‘Phopy’ was part of the Taylor Wessing Photo Portrait Prize <strong>Exhibition</strong> 2023<br />

at the National Portrait Gallery in London.


Zeke & Eko (Unseen Series)<br />

Medium: Giclée Fine Art Print with Reverse Face<br />

Mounting in Matte Acrylic<br />

Edition: 1 of 1<br />

Size: 91 x 60cm (Dibond - Framed)<br />

Price: £2000<br />

Year: 2022<br />

Inspired by classical statues, Unseen celebrates<br />

disabled bodies as art instead of pity. The largest<br />

minority group in the world with 1.3 billion<br />

people, this series flips the script on what<br />

disability 'looks like' and includes those with<br />

invisible disabilities.


Phopy (Unseen Series)<br />

Medium: Giclée Fine Art Print with Reverse<br />

Face Mounting in Matte Acrylic<br />

Edition: 1 of 1<br />

Size: 60 x 40cm<br />

Price: £800<br />

Year: 2022<br />

Inspired by classical statues, Unseen<br />

celebrates disabled bodies as art instead of<br />

pity. The largest minority group in the world<br />

with 1.3 billion people, this series flips the<br />

script on what disability 'looks like' and<br />

includes those with invisible disabilities.<br />

Phopy was part of the Taylor Wessing<br />

Photo Portrait Prize <strong>Exhibition</strong> 2023 at<br />

the National Portrait Gallery in London.


Lana & Laura (Unseen Series)<br />

Medium: Giclée Fine Art Print with Reverse Face<br />

Mounting in Matte Acrylic<br />

Edition: 1 of 1<br />

Size: 60 x 40cm<br />

Price: £800<br />

Year: 2022<br />

Inspired by classical statues, Unseen celebrates<br />

disabled bodies as art instead of pity. The largest<br />

minority group in the world with 1.3 billion people,<br />

this series flips the script on what disability 'looks<br />

like' and includes those with invisible disabilities.


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www.londonlighthousegallery.com<br />

With special thanks to<br />

London Lighthouse Gallery & Studio<br />

18 Lyell Street, London City Island, London, E14 0TS

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