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  • 2016 Spring Into Summer

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    Spring Exhibition

    Open from 5th May

    Artists include:
    David Fawcett
    Helen Fay
    Andrew Kinmont
    Georgie Mason
    Robert Newton
    Paul Robinson
    Debra Royston
    Devi Singh
    Stephanie Stow
    Mary Sumner
    Nicholas Turner RWA
    Lorraine Wake
    Helen Ward

     


  • 2017 Colours Of Spring II

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    As Spring blossoms so does another exciting group exhibition of fresh and contemporary art at FOSSFINEART. Seven artists, one of whom is new to the Gallery, centre on the theme of nature, bringing their own distinctive and lyrical style. Bold and vibrant landscapes hang alongside striking but delicate flowers and stunning 3-dimensional work in the form of delicate butterflies on antique paper.

    Continuing on from last year, ‘Colours of Spring II’ is an exciting exhibition injecting some well deserved vitality into Spring.

    Artists include: Elisabeth Lecourt, Debra Royston, Nicola Rose, Stephanie Stow, Devi Singh, Helen Ward and (for the first time) Virginia Hiller.


  • 2017 Nicholas Turner RWA Exhibition

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    28th January – 25th February 2017

    FOSSFINEART is delighted to present this debut collection of paintings by Nicholas Turner RWA. The established artist creates an atmosphere of solitude and reflection in ‘Looking Outward’. Turner confidently explores cityscape, landscape and seascape as well as still life. Keen to maintain a clear evolution within his work, Turner has created innovative and dynamic compositions where he explores old themes whilst all the time adding new and intriguing imagery, unified with an expert hand and a rich and vibrant colour palette.

    Elected to the RWA in 2003 Nicholas Turner’s painting continues to develop in a highly mature way. He maintains the warmth and romantic nostalgia so synonymous with his work yet he is always evolving his composition and sense of colour. It is no wonder his work is highly sought after.


  • 2017 The Affordable Art Fair

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    9th – 12th March
    Stand J8

    Artists include:
    Mary-Jane Evans
    Jeremy Gardiner
    Georgie Mason
    Keith Menear
    Dinny Pocock
    Nicola Rose
    Debra Royston
    Devi Singh
    Stephanie Stow
    Ali Tomlin
    Nicholas Turner RWA
    Helen Ward


  • Contemporary British Prints at Foss Fine Art

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    14th September – 7th October

    Foss Fine Art is excited to present British Contemporary Prints, an exhibition produced in conjunction with Dark Matter Studio.

    The exhibition will showcase significant works in print produced by Dark Matter Studio for artists as varied as Peter Blake, Gerard Hemsworth, Liliane Lijn and Steve Thomas, together with relative new comer Mary Yacoob.

    A pioneer of Pop Art, Peter Blake continues to develop his varied practice towards ever more ambitious projects. Now in his 80’s, his enthusiasm for colour, collage and popular culture is clearly evident in a new series entitled the Four Seasons that playfully illustrates the cultural characteristics and associations associated with Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter.

    Also available to view will be Blake’s Tattooed People series, a print edition of ten watercolours depicting fictional tattooed characters based on found photographs. Continuing with the defiantly glorious aesthetic of the fairground, Blake’s Tiny Tina the Tattooed Lady will also be on show.

    In contrast, Picnic Triptych by Gerard Hemsworth displays a pared back approach to colour. Originally commissioned to accompany Hemsworth’s 2015 solo exhibition at Matt’s Gallery, the edition represents landscapes that have been simplified to almost cartoonish forms. Despite this apparent simplicity, the works retain a sophisticated subtlety suggested through line and colour. Until 2011 Hemsworth was Professor of Fine Art and Director of the MFA Fine Art Programme at Goldsmiths, University of London. In 2000 he won the Charles Wollaston Award at the Royal Academy of Arts.

    Liliane Lijn’s five Winning Words editions are based on Lijn’s Oracular Keys, a set of cards created in 1964 for the first staging of her Power Game performance, at the Royal College of Art. In each edition the winning words from one of the five public performances are presented in their original colours, while the losing words from each are greyed off. Following on from the performances, the viewer is encouraged to assess the power and relative values of various words, each with their connotations and insinuations.

    Steve Thomas is well known for his ground-breaking design of the ultra-hip Big Biba store in in the 60’s. Thomas’ works presented in the exhibition contain familiar visual references, iconic patterns and forms. Drenched in colour they act almost like retro-futuristic signs from a long forgotten alien race. Recently interviewed for BBC Radio 4 by Jim Moir (AKA Vic Reeves), Thomas has also produced sleeve art for the Rolling Stones and the Pixies to name but a few.

    Mary Yacoob appropriates symbolic visual grammars from architectural plans, geological maps, diagrams, and alphabets. Yacoob’s print, Modula Hakka House, is of a drawing that has two inspirations: the first is a floor plan of a 17th Century Hakka walled village in Southern China – a communal living structure that is designed to be easily defensible; the second inspiration is the modernist architect Le Corbusier’s Modulor system for universal harmonious proportions for urban design.


  • Summer Exhibition 2017

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    Summer is upon us, and Foss Fine Art are delighted to show some wonderful works in a variety of exciting colours and mediums. 

    Another brilliant group exhibition of fresh and contemporary art. The artists centre on the theme of the environment, using their own distinctive style and colours. Beautiful summer scenes hang alongside iconic London paintings and stunning 3-dimensional work in the form of delicate porcelain, ceramics, wire hanging hares and paper cut butterflies.

    Artists include: Ali Tomlin, David Wheeler, Jane Muir, Mary-Jane Evans, Elisabeth Lecourt, Debra Royston, Nicola Rose, Nicholas Turner,  David Fawcett, Georgie Mason, Robert Newton, Paul Robinson, Andrew Kinmont, Devi Singh, Peter Mumford, Ruth Bateman, Alice Watt and Linda Franklin.


  • The Studio Artists

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    14th October – 4th November

    Private View Saturday 14th October : 12 noon – 5pm

    This October FOSSFINEART will be showing an exciting group exhibition. With a wide range of emerging talent from artists such as : India Amos, Chiara De Cabarrus, Daya Daya Designs, Tim Daoust, Michael Gallone, Minka Gems, Christopher Gray, Guillermo Howes, Alice Macmillan, Claudia Newcome, Lara Stafford-Deitsch, Nneka Uzoigwe, Georgie Vestey, Archie Wardlaw and Clemmie St John Webster. These fellow Battersea Studio Artists will display their work as a collective. Works will include beautiful landscape oil paintings from country to city as well as delicate still life paintings and earthly eco upcycled jewellery.


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