28 March - 25 April 2019

We partnered with London Drawing Group to produce a Drawing Prize worth £200!


Ruth Chambers

Originally from Gloucestershire, I am an artist and early years teacher working in Vauxhall, London, working primarily in drawing. I have recently had work selected for the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize and the ING Discerning Eye.

Can Aksoy holds B.Arch degree from Middle East Technical University (Turkey) and an M.Arch degree from Oxford Brookes University (UK). He specializes in filmmaking, digital animations, noir photography, and architectural design. He is currently living & working as an architect, designer, and artist in the city of London. Aksoy's latest short film, Silencio, has been received Best Experimental Film nominee from the Oxford International Short Film Festival.

Veronica Valeri

Italian artist based in Birmingham (UK).
1988 - Diploma at "Liceo Artistico via di Ripetta", Roma.
1995 - Degree in painting at "Accademia di Belle Arti", Roma.
90's - Collaboration with the independent illustration and comics magazines "Ifix Tcen Tcen" and "Circus Comics".
2014 - Italian Tattooing licence, Fashion Look Academy, Roma.
2015 - Qualification BTEC Level 3 Award in Education and Training.

Dorry Spikes

I worked as an illustrator for ten years, illustrating travel reportage books for publishers like Penguin and The Folio Society. In 2016 I was awarded a place on the Drawing Year at the Royal Drawing School. My work has shifted in focus since then, becoming more informed by my own experiences as a ‘DIY’ sailor, my childhood in Ceredigion, Wales and life volunteering part time as a communications officer for an Open Source mapping organisation in Uganda. I am motivated by the ways that my work can capture and convey a sense of the uncanny in the precariousness of everyday existence and survival.

Thomas Lawrence

For me art is about truth. The truth of life; Truth that is both terrible and wonderful. I hope to give others through my art a renewed sense of belief, by articulating what I understand. It is only in art that we truly see the gravity of what it is to be alive, and it is only through the gravity of art that we can truly see each other.

Yvonne Lodemore

London based artist, studied Fine Art at Central St Martins School of Art and Design and University of London.
In addition to producing my own artwork I do some part time teaching, mostly in London on Art and Design Foundation courses.
Over the years I have exhibited in numerous collaborative exhibitions, including the Society of Women Artists, Westminster, London,
Arts Council of Great Britain UK Touring exhibitions,
Gallery Different, ‘Sex and the City’ London W1,
‘Art Jam’, Covent Garden and last year, 508 Gallery, London SW1, Chateau Cabezac, South of France and Accorsiarte Gallery, Venice.

Pavel Olari

Pavel Olari is a young and emerging artist based in London who developed a personal creative vision, on using expressive graphics medium. His flurry line drawings were inspired by Schiele. But his motives reveal a parallel universe full of fantastic creature inserted by emotions, comedy & drama and soft irony.
Being passionate draftsman, the young artist develops his artistic concepts in dozens of sketchbooks. He uses those ideas later in his artistic projects in watercolour, handmade sculpture and various textile techniques.

Rosalind Barker

Rosalind is an artist and curator. In 2016 she graduated with distinctions from MA Drawing at Wimbledon, University of the Arts London.
In 2017 she was selected for The London Group Open and 31 Celsius at ASC Gallery. Rosalind has also exhibited in London at C4RD, The Wimbledon Centre for Drawing, Gallery Different, The National Gallery and as Pure Arts Drawing Prize winner at The Strarta Art Fair, The Saatchi Gallery.
Barker has generated new work as invited artist on site-specific projects with The London Group in 2017 and twice in 2018.

Maria Falco

After studying a foundation year at Chelsea college of Arts, I studied BA Illustration at Camberwell College. After graduation I continued to draw while exhibiting work in places such as the The Hix Restaurant and illustrating for their gallery, Cock and Bull. I have also exhibited with Candid Arts and Exhibit Here, and have had interest in my work from bands including Gone is Gone and Queens of the Stone age.
Currently I create my work in a railway arch on a very dirty desk.

Alexandra Pullen

I am an artist and student working with drawing, writing and making. My work looks at storytelling and narratives and the ways in which art can create its own mythologies through textual and visual imagery. Studying for an MA in Print at the Royal College of Art, I am trying to develop and learn through my work, becoming more open and learning about what I want to achieve. I draw and write a lot, as well as making installation and sculptural works. Writing stories and inventing fantastical landscapes and people are central to my practice.



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