Annoushka X Patricia Mitchell

Annoushka X Patricia Mitchell Exhibition

As part of the “Art at Annoushka” programme which launched in 2011, showcasing original artworks from a roster of International artists, Annoushka welcomes artist and mixed media sculptor, Patricia Mitchell from 11-31 March.

The exhibition flows on from Patricia’s elaborate window installations which celebrated the arrival of Annoushka’s latest collection – The Beetle. This spring, Patricia’s lifesize beetles, crafted from paper and naturally edge lit neon Perspex, will grace the windows of the boutique. She brings to life the dragonfly, the bee and the butterfly with black gloss Perspex with paper cut foliage as well as hand painted dragonflies coloured with lacquer to create a striking aesthetic.

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Micky Hoogendijk Exhibition

Visit the latest exhibition at Chelsea’s Little Black Gallery and explore a new series of photographic images by celebrated visual artist and Dutch photographer, Micky Hoogendijk.

Blending visual arts, technology and theatre through recurring themes of religion, androgyny and mythology, the view is invited to share the concealed vulnerability of each of her subject depicted. She hangs luminous, esoteric depictions of the  male and female naked form alongside classic female portraits that echo the Dutch masters, Vermeer and Rembrandt. It was in 2010, living and working in Los Angeles, that she discovered her talent for artistic portraits and having been nurtured by the life of the international art world and memories of the Old Dutch Masters, Micky Hoogendijk now takes the beholder on a journey into her universe.

 

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David Grossmann Exhibition: Haven

David Grossmann is an American artist. In his first UK solo show, he displays a selection of distinctly recognisable landscapes – a quiet world in which deer and woodland bids calmly across our field of vision, seemingly undisturbed by the artist or the viewer.

During his formative years, he developed a profound love of nature and an appreciation of the extreme beauty of his surroundings. This appreciation was amplified by his experience of growing up between two very diverse cultures; Chilean and American, and two languages which led him to seek solace in nature and expression through visual language of art.

The evocative landscapes on show depict forests and mountains, lakes and pastureland. His style leans towards abstraction but the meditative process in which these pieces are created, the scenes are transformed into an expression of emotion.

More information can be found here.

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Ron Kingswood: An Uncommon Road

Canadian painter, Ron Kingswood will be returning to the gallery in May for his third solo exhibition there. Kingswood has a pure love for nature and in his artwork he tries to convey they extraordinary power and beauty of colour that he sees. His approach is highly subjective and his compositions are  inventive making for an exciting and beautiful exhibition.

In this exhibition he blends abstraction and realism to illustrate his fruitful study of European and American art, from Impressionism to the present day, to challenge common conceptions of wildlife art. His illustrations include still snow-filled horizons, the migration of birds across a sunlit marsh and other beautiful scenes which perfectly capture the fragile beauty of nature.

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Constructed Topography by Tooney Phillips

Over the last 20 years, Tooney Phillips has fully immersed herself in the subterranean sections of a limestone quarry in South of France, recording its changing geometric formations through drawing and photography. Capturing it at various times of the day and the year has allowed her to fully explore the contours of the quarry and develop an understanding of solid and negative space.

Through the language of drawing, Phillips uses line, space and form to describe the nature of the landscape. She disrupts the original imagery through collage, photomontage and print making; taking the original image and physically cutting into it, taking it apart and physically reconstructing it to create a visually exciting final image.

The artwork of Tooney Phillips is truly process led and this has resultsd in a fascinating exhibition exploring the perspective of space in strange and unfamiliar landscapes.

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Foundry Gallery Chelsea

Laura Jane Scott

Inspired by Minimalist Architecture and Cubism, Laura Jane Scott’s work explores the relationship between positive and negative space through shapes. On this winter at Chelsea’s Foundry Gallery, she uses geometry, basic colours and repetition to create a sense of direction and order for the viewer.

‘Take One Shape’ is a colourful exploration of Conceptual art which will brighten up your dark winter’s day.

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Naturalium Chelsea

Naturalium by Rob Munday

Rob Munday, the world’s leading holographic artist, presents a beautiful exhibition of photographic sculptures that light up Chelsea’s Little Black Gallery. Visitors will also be treated to some of Munday’s portrait work, including pieces created of HRH The Queen, Karl Lagerfeld for AnOther Magazine / Chanel and Angelina Jolie for Guerlain.

Images © Rob Munday / courtesy The Little Black Gallery

Naturalium by Rob Munday is at The Little Black Gallery, 13A Park Walk, Chelsea, London SW10 0AJ from 26 October – 7 December 2017. www.thelittleblackgallery.com

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