Monthly Archives: August 2012

Messing About On The River (3)

This is The Oarsman’s and Angler’s Map of the River Thames from its Source to London Bridge. It comes rolled in a tube and at one inch to one mile it is 2.5 metres long. It was engraved by E … Read more

Messing About On The River (2)

Jazmin Velasco has been celebrating her ideal English summer on the river in Henley, Cambridge and Southwold, dodging the endless rain and doing her best to spread some sunshine with this series of light-hearted engravings.

Messing About On The River (1)

This is Kai on the Thames below Tower Bridge, sailing up river, back to where she started at Pimlico Pier and Westminster Boating Base. Sunday mornings, blue sky, gentle breeze, tacking and gybing backwards and forwards, avoiding tourist boats, fighting … Read more

Olympic Hoops

Christopher Corr commemorates the London 2012 Olympics with a team of exuberant athletes. See them working out at The Rowley Gallery, stretching the limits of human endeavour, Brighter, Warmer, Friendlier.

Citius, Altius, Fortius

Joseph Silcott has used a map of the Olympic Park, published by Ordnance Survey and the Institution of Civil Engineers, to create this piece entitled Citius, Altius, Fortius (Faster, Higher, Stronger). He has released a flock of butterflies from it … Read more

Jelly Green At Kensington Place

Further to our previous announcement, Jelly’s exhibition at Kensington Place due to open on 7th August has now been rescheduled for September. Apologies for the delay. We’ll post more details once we know the dates. I’m sure it will be … Read more

Spanish Courtyard Paintings

John Hubbard is currently exhibiting a selection of paintings inspired by the gardens of the Alhambra and other Spanish gardens at The Art Room in Topsham, Devon until August 12th.

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