Spring Awakening
15 March - 11 April 2021

As we finally emerge out of winter and into spring, the world seems to be coming alive again. Not only is nature feeling this re-birth, but artists from all over the world are contemplating what it means to create art in today’s shifting landscape and have been challenged to discover new ways of presenting their ideas to new audiences. This exhibition aims to show that art still has the ability to cross borders, boundaries and lockdowns – regardless of location, race, nationality, age, gender or professional career level. The London Paint Club Open Call welcomes all applicants and we are thrilled to announce this diverse group of artists from around the globe. 

Artists

Josefina Ayllón

Josefina Ayllón (B. 1973 in Argentina) lives and works in Rome, Italy. Her work is the result of a struggle between fictional portraits and the physicality of paint. She is interested in painting itself as a bi-dimensional object. Colour, texture, and gesture are fundamental elements in her work. She mainly uses thick oil paint to express her mark making, and she is deeply attracted by the tangible presence that an artist has in a painting.

Works by Josefina Ayllón

Josefina Ayllón, Untitled I, 2020, Acrylic on canvas, 70 x 50 cm, 27.5 x 19.6 in, © The Artist

Josefina Ayllón

Untitled I, 2020

Acrylic on canvas

70 x 50 cm

27.5 x 19.6 in

Copyright The Artist

Price Available Upon Request

Josefina Ayllón

Josefina Ayllón

Untitled II, 2020

Acrylic on canvas

70 x 50 cm

27.5 x 19.6 in

Copyright The Artist

Price Available Upon Request

Josefina Ayllón

Josefina Ayllón

Untitled III, 2020

Oil on linen

80 x 60 cm

31.5 x 23.6 in

Copyright The Artist

Price Available Upon Request

Paul Beaudoin

Paul Beaudoin is an interdisciplinary artist working effortlessly between sound, painting, digital video, and text. His works are characterised by expressive, emotional, and bold colour fields and mark-making to create a rich mixed media canvas. He creates his visual work as if composing a piece of music and always considers balance, harmony, form, rhythm, and the “line.” And as in real life, the seemingly soft colour fields and shapes, all contain broken surfaces, disturbances, hidden and underground lines. Beaudoin is a globally recognised composer, visual artist, public speaker, and author. Originally from the United States, Dr. Beaudoin now makes his home in Tallinn, Estonia.

Works by Paul Beaudoin

Paul Beaudoin, twilight last gleamings, 2021, Acrylic and mixed media on canvas, 160 x 160 cm 63 x 63 in, © The Artist

Paul Beaudoin

twilight last gleamings, 2021

Acrylic and mixed media on canvas​

160 x 160 cm

63 x 63 in

Copyright The Artist

€3,500 / £3,000 / $4,200

Paul Beaudoin, Rupture, 2020, Acrylic and mixed media on canvas, 76 x 102 cm, 30 x 40 in, © The Artist

Paul Beaudoin

Rupture, 2020

Acrylic and mixed media on canvas

76 x 102 cm​

30 x 40 in

Copyright The Artist

€815 / £700 / $1,000

Paul Beaudoin, Virgin Describing a Demon, 2020, Acrylic and mixed media on canvas, 91 x 122 cm, 36 x 48 in, © The Artist

Paul Beaudoin

Virgin Describing a Demon, 2020

Acrylic and mixed media on canvas

91 x 122 cm

36 x 48 in

Copyright The Artist

€1,165 / £1,000 / $1,400

Holly Brandrick

Holly Brandrick (b. 1998 in Burton on Trent, UK) lives and works in Leicester which she is currently pursuing a degree in Fine Art. In her practice, she looks to pop culture and her own surroundings and memories as inspiration, deconstructing and reconstructing elements in order to create playful, contemporary oil paintings.

Works by Holly Brandrick

Holly Brandrick, Tethered, 2020, Oil and acrylic on panel, 80 x 80 cm, 31.5 x 31.5 in, © The Artist

Holly Brandrick

Tethered, 2020

Oil and acrylic on panel

80 x 80 cm

31.5 x 31.5 in

Copyright The Artist

Price Available Upon Request

Holly Brandrick, Red Books, 2021, Oil on panel, 63 x 80 cm, 24.8 x 31.5 in, © The Artist

Holly Brandrick

Red Books, 2021

Oil on panel

63 x 80 cm

24.8 x 31.5 in

Copyright The Artist

Price Available Upon Request

Holly Brandrick, Sanity, 2020, Oil on panel, 50 x 70 cm, 19.6 x 27.5 in, © The Artist

Holly Brandrick

Sanity, 2020

Oil on panel

50 x 70 cm

19.6 x 27.5 in

Copyright The Artist

Price Available Upon Request

Peter Cábocky

Peter Cábocky (b. 1976) lives and works in Kosice, Slovakia. He has a BA in Visual Arts Practices from the Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art and Technology, Dublin, Ireland, 2008 and has an MA in Fine Art from the Chelsea College of Art & Design, London, UK, 2011. He has exhibited in group and solo shows in Ireland, England, Germany, the Czech Republic and Slovakia and is a recipient of numerous awards and grants, including the Travel and Training Award from the Arts Council of Ireland, Arts, Humanities Research Council of England Fellowship, and the Artists and Collectors Bursary from the University of the Arts in London. His works are investigations of scale, open and closed forms and of the meaning of creation.

Works by Peter Cábocky

Peter Cábocky, Untitled, 2021, Oil on canvas, 25 x 35 cm, 9.8 x 13.7 in, © The Artist

Peter Cábocky

Untitled, 2021

Oil on canvas

25 x 35 cm

9.8 x 13.7 in

Copyright The Artist

Price Available Upon Request

Peter Cábocky, Over and Over, 2021, Oil on canvas, 25 x 35 cm, 9.8 x 13.7 in, © The Artist

Peter Cábocky

Over and Over , 2021

Oil on canvas

25 x 35 cm

9.8 x 13.7 in

Copyright The Artist

Price Available Upon Request

Peter Cábocky, Zig Zag, 2018, Oil on canvas, 25 x 35 cm, 9.8 x 13.7 in, © The Artist

Peter Cábocky

Zig Zag, 2018

Oil on canvas

25 x 35 cm

9.8 x 13.7 in

Copyright The Artist

Price Available Upon Request

Lucy Cade

Lucy Cade (b. 1980) lives and works in Rutland, UK. Her work is inspired by the evocation of lived and remembered experience, about the illusory and mediated nature of perception and how these things can be expressed through portraiture or the presentation of a figure in a landscape. Her oil paintings have been exhibited at Modern Art Oxford, at numerous Art Fairs and Midlands galleries, as well as at the Mall Galleries in London as part of the ING Discerning Eye (2005). She was also a semi-finalist in the ‘Big Art Challenge’ on Channel Five in 2004. Her work is collected and commissioned in the UK.

Works by Lucy Cade

Lucy Cade, Invisible Direction, 2020, Oil on canvas, 40 x 40 cm, 15.7 x 15.7 in, © The Artist

Lucy Cade

Invisible Direction, 2020

Oil on canvas

40 x 40 cm

15.7 x 15.7 in

Copyright The Artist

€410 / £350 / $500

Lucy Cade, The Bridesmaid (after Millais), 2020, Oil on canvas, 51 x 76 cm, 20 x 30 in, © The Artist

Lucy Cade

The Bridesmaid (after Millais), 2020

Oil on canvas

51 x 76 cm

20 x 30 in

Copyright The Artist

€585 / £500 / $700

Lucy Cade, that grooved emulsion in which dead people ran about, 2020, Oil on canvas, 51 x 76 cm, 20 x 30 in, © The Artist

Lucy Cade

that grooved emulsion in which dead people ran about, 2020

Oil on canvas

51 x 76 cm

20 x 30 in

Copyright The Artist

€585 / £500 / $700

Ruei-Heng Cai

Cai Ruei-Heng’s (b. 1989) enigmatic paintings are characterised by the combination of figurative depiction and anxious-like quality. He paints with personal memories from the times with his pet dog, which represents the metaphor of the confusion he feels in life. He also questions the capability for human and dogs to maintain the sense of self, which he continues to search through the similarities between both lives.

Works by Ruei-Heng Cai

Ruei-Heng Cai, Burnt Smell, 2020, Acrylic on canvas, 194 x 130 cm, 76 x 51 in, © The Artist

Ruei-Heng Cai

Burnt Smell , 2020

Acrylic on canvas

194 x 130 cm

76 x 51 in

Copyright The Artist

Price Available Upon Request

Ruei-Heng Cai, Everyone Juice, 2020, Acrylic on canvas, 130 x 163 cm, 51 x 64 in, © The Artist

Ruei-Heng Cai

Everyone Juice, 2020

Acrylic on canvas

130 x 163 cm

51 x 64 in

Copyright The Artist

Price Available Upon Request

Ruei-Heng Cai, Jellyfish, 2019, Acrylic on canvas, 45 x 92 cm, 17.7 x 36 in, © The Artist

Ruei-Heng Cai

Jellyfish, 2019

Acrylic on canvas

45 x 92 cm

17.7 x 36 in

Copyright The Artist

Price Available Upon Request

Andrew Cerami

Andrew Cerami (b. 1991) is a self-taught, outsider artist whose work is the expression of a deep engagement with natural philosophy, metaphysics and the supernatural. His primary subject is the vital life force energy and its laws and patterns. His work is concerned mainly with the non-human world and an exploration of natural forces and principles as opposed to contemporary human culture and social constructs. Cerami was raised between Pennsylvania, Jamaica, Cape Cod and London and currently lives and works in Philadelphia.

His work explores the inseparable and fluid relationship between form, energy and material. He treats this subject as a portal between states of consciousness as well as a way to consider alchemical processes of transformation. His work seeks primal forms that emerge from the background resonance and fixes them into the material. As an artist, he seeks to create a context for the viewer to reflect the essential and emergent non-duality of consciousness so that identity can be expanded.

Works by Andrew Cerami

Andrew Cerami, Angel’s Tongue Whispering Fire, 2020, Acrylic on canvas, 109 x 86 cm, 43 x 34 in, © The Artist

Andrew Cerami

Angel’s Tongue Whispering Fire, 2020

Acrylic on canvas

109 x 86 cm

43 x 34 in

Copyright The Artist

Price Available Upon Request

Andrew Cerami, Angel Diagram, 2021, Acrylic on canvas, 73.6 x 61 cm, 29 x 24 in, © The Artist

Andrew Cerami

Angel Diagram, 2021

Acrylic on canvas

73.6 x 61 cm

29 x 24 in

Copyright The Artist

Price Available Upon Request

Andrew Cerami, Still-Life, 2020 , Acrylic on canvas, 35.5 x 28 cm, 14 x 11 in, © The Artist

Andrew Cerami

Still-Life, 2020

Acrylic on canvas

35.5 x 28 cm

14 x 11 in

Copyright The Artist

Price Available Upon Request

Alice Cescatti

Alice Cescatti (born in New Zealand) lives and works in England. She uses painting to express her life long fascination with the interaction between dramatic coastal landscapes and intense light. Materials such as gesso, clay and silver leaf, through a water gilded process visually express the reflective quality of light and water in her work.

Cescatti has exhibited at galleries around the world, including her first Solo Exhibition at Galerie Siret in Paris. Her semi abstract works often depict skies, deserted land and seascapes to express the feeling that nature is a majestic gift that we can tap into and celebrate the great power and energy of our natural environment. Cescatti has painted several series expressing her concern for the preservation of our oceans in her Ocean Wound Series, and her Reminiscence Series draws our attention to issues regarding Climate Change and the development in global or regional climate patterns affecting our natural environment. She has had both numerous Solo and Group Shows in London, throughout England, across Europe and America and her work is held in Public and Private Collections.

Works by Alice Cescatti

Alice Cescatti, Summer Ghost, 2020, Acid Etched Silver Leaf Panel, 100 x 100 cm, 39.3 x 39.3 in, © The Artist

Alice Cescatti

Summer Ghost, 2020

Acid Etched Silver Leaf Panel

100 x 100 cm

39.3 x 39.3 in

Copyright The Artist

€4,900 / £4200 / $5,850

Alice Cescatti, Jack's Lake, 2017, Acid Etched Silver Leaf Panel, 100 x 80 cm, 39.3 x 31.5 in, © The Artist

Alice Cescatti

Jack's Lake, 2017

Acid Etched Silver Leaf Panel

100 x 80 cm

39.3 x 31.5 in

Copyright The Artist

€4,310 / £3700 / $5,150

Alice Cescatti, Early One Morning, 2020, Acid Etched Silver Leaf Panel, 100 x 100 cm, 39.3 x 39.3in, © The Artist

Alice Cescatti

Early One Morning, 2020

Acid Etched Silver Leaf Panel

100 x 100 cm

39.3 x 39.3 in

Copyright The Artist

€4,900 / £4200 / $5,850

Sara Christova

Sara Christova (b. Sofia, Bulgaria) lives and works between Cardiff, Wales, and Sofia, Bulgaria. Her distinctive work features gently surrealist landscapes and compositions that explore themes of introspection and the processes of dreaming and memory. By analysing her environment, whether deliberately or subconsciously, and then deconstructing her experience, she creates compositions built upon the echo of the visible. Her recent paintings bounce between fauvist episodes, modernist scenes, increasingly surreal elements, hyperbole and allegory, where the most common denominator is reflection.

She has a degree in Illustration from the Cardiff School of Art & Design, 2016. Her work has appeared in multiple international collective shows, in Wales, Bulgaria and Japan (e.g. Millennium at the National Palace of Culture, Sofia, and Under The Counter Culture by underground art collective Tactile BOSCH in Tokyo and Kyoto); and that year presented an installation at the National Museum Cardiff for Museum Lates: Space. She did her first official solo exhibition Stillness In Motion, in 2019.

Works by Sara Christova

Sara Christova, Fawn and Fire, Fawn and Stone, 2021, Oil, chalk and pencil on board, 60 x 45 cm, 23.6 x 17.7 in, © The Artist

Sara Christova

Fawn and Fire, Fawn and Stone, 2021

Oil, chalk and pencil on board

60 x 45 cm

23.6 x 17.7 in

Copyright The Artist

Price Available Upon Request

Sara Christova, Simulacrum, 2021, Oil on canvas board, 40 x 50 cm, 15.7 x 19.6 in, © The Artist

Sara Christova

Simulacrum, 2021

Oil on canvas board

40 x 50 cm

15.7 x 19.6 in

Copyright The Artist

Price Available Upon Request

Sara Christova, Allegory With Owl, 2021, Oil on canvas, 100 x 80 cm, 39.3 x 31.5 in, © The Artist

Sara Christova

Allegory With Owl, 2021

Oil on canvas

100 x 80 cm

39.3 x 31.5 in

Copyright The Artist

Price Available Upon Request

Andrey Colsum

Andrey Colsum (b. 1996 in Kyiv, Ukraine) lives and works in Kyiv. He graduated from the Art College of Modelling and Design in Kiev in 2018. His work tries to depict his inner self which resonates on the canvas. His work is spontaneous and transforms during the creative process. His work focuses on interests in the human psyche, emotions, and feelings in comparison to the material world surrounding him.

Works by Andrey Colsum

Andrey Colsum, Unjustified expectations, 2018, Oil and acrylic on canvas, 80 x 60 cm, 31.5 x 23.6 in, © The Artist

Andrey Colsum

Unjustified expectations, 2018

Oil and acrylic on canvas

80 x 60 cm

31.5 x 23.6 in

Copyright The Artist

€815 / £700 / $1,000

Andrey Colsum, Disintegrate, 2020, Oil and acrylic on canvas, 100 x 80 cm, 39.3 x 31.5 in, © The Artist

Andrey Colsum

Disintegrate, 2020

Oil and acrylic on canvas

100 x 80 cm

39.3 x 31.5 in

Copyright The Artist

€990 / £850 / $1,150

Andrey Colsum, I sit deep inside, 2017, Oil and acrylic on canvas, 60 x 80 cm, 23.6 x 31.5 in, © The Artist

Andrey Colsum

I sit deep inside, 2017

Oil and acrylic on canvas

60 x 80 cm

23.6 x 31.5 in

Copyright The Artist

€815 / £700 / $1,000

Adrian Gardner

Adrian Gardner (b. 1973) lives and works in Edinburgh, Scotland. He has a Fine Art degree in Painting from The University of Central Lancashire. His work explores themes of memory, imagination, permanence and existence. He is interested in how we experience and make sense of the world, now and in the past. He explores ideas of contrasts, love and loss, and mythological beliefs. In Greek mythology the river was the route to the underworld, surface beauty, a source of life with darkness tragedy and heartbreak below.

Works by Adrian Gardner

Adrian Gardner, To the below, 2021, Oil on linen, 71 x 91 cm, 30 x 36 in, © The Artist

Adrian Gardner

To the below, 2021

Oil on linen

71 x 91 cm

30 x 36 in

Copyright The Artist

€1,630 / £1,400 / $1,950

Adrian Gardner, You will find my heart at the bottom of Black River, 2021, Oil on linen, 71 x 91 cm, 30 x 36 in, © The Artist

Adrian Gardner

You will find my heart at the bottom of Black River, 2021

Oil on linen

71 x 91 cm

30 x 36 in

Copyright The Artist

€1,630 / £1,400 / $1,950

Adrian Gardner, They’re only dreams, 2021, Oil on linen, 110 x 110 cm, 43 x 43 in, © The Artist

Adrian Gardner

They’re only dreams, 2021

Oil on linen

110 x 110 cm

43 x 43 in

Copyright The Artist

€2,330 / £2,000 / $2,790

Juliet E P Gibbs

Juliet E P Gibbs (b. 1996 in Somerset, UK) lives and works in London. She graduated with a BA in Fine Art from Falmouth University in 2018. Gibbs’ work focusses mainly on the contrast between the organic and the man-made. The work seeks to look at the direct impact humanity poses in relation to the world we live in, and how nature inevitably fights back. This age-old conflict creates an interesting ‘push-and-pull’ that we can all observe in the places we live, work and visit.

Work based on glass-houses looks at microcosmic environments built in unlikely settings. Huge glass buildings housing exotic and rare plants not naturally found in European climates. Otherworldly plants that cling to moisture and heat, growing in curated environments: An artificial wilderness that clings to steel girders and concrete foundations instead of dense jungle. A fascination with the anatopism of nature in these environments gave way to this continued series of paintings.

Works by Juliet E P Gibbs

Juliet E P Gibbs

Berlin I, 2019

Oil and acrylic on canvas

90 x 145 cm

35.4 x 57 in

Copyright The Artist

Price Available Upon Request

Juliet E P Gibbs

Plastic Ray, 2020

Oil, acrylic and oil stick on canvas

132 x 106 cm

52 x 41.7 in

Copyright The Artist

Price Available Upon Request

Juliet E P Gibbs

From the Glasshouse, 2021

Oil and acrylic on canvas

62 x 71 cm

24.4 x 28 in

Copyright The Artist

Price Available Upon Request

Ryan Falzon

Ryan Falzon (b.1988, Malta) lives and works between Malta and Berlin. Falzon portrays contemporary lifestyle and scenery in an expressive, brutally honest manner, merging the political with the personal. Often abrasive and mischievous, his work is known for creating a narrative by bringing together a wide-ranging set of images in a collage-like arrangement, allowing the viewer to wander about visually.

These works are part of an ongoing series titled “Selfies” . This series borrows directly from online presence, unapologetically juxtaposing captions and emojis, embracing the frontier of this new visual language. As the digital nomads of his generation and older, the aim is to express the struggle of keeping up with the super fast paced trends of filters, visual sexual innuendo and the countless useless images that the brain is made to process on an hourly basis. This body of work would also embody the undercurrent anxiety caused to the person behind the screen, portraying how social media users position themselves in such a position, most often willingly, subjecting themselves to unnecessary worries, expectations and regrets.

Works by Ryan Falzon

Ryan Falzon, Wet Wet Wet, 2020, Oil on canvas, 100 x 70 cm, 39.3 x 27.5 in, © The Artist

Ryan Falzon

Wet Wet Wet, 2020

Oil on canvas

100 x 70 cm

39.3 x 27.5 in

Copyright The Artist

€1,865 / £1,600 / $2,250

Ryan Falzon, Cigarette Break, 2019, Oil on canvas, 60 x 80 cm, 23.6 x 31.5 in, © The Artist

Ryan Falzon

Cigarette Break, 2019

Oil on canvas

60 x 80 cm

23.6 x 31.5 in

Copyright The Artist

€1,400 / £1,200 / $1,700

Ryan Falzon, Chantelle on Holiday in Malta, 2019, Oil on canvas, 70 x 50 cm, 27.5 x 19.6 in, © The Artist

Ryan Falzon

Chantelle on Holiday in Malta, 2019

Oil on canvas

70 x 50 cm

27.5 x 19.6 in

Copyright The Artist

€1,165 / £1,000 / $1,400

Xander Hoffman

Xander Hoffman (b. 1993) based in Manchester, studied Painting and Printmaking at The Glasgow School of Art, graduating in 2019. His work is an exploration into screen based imagery through the medium of painting, working primarily in oil paint but occasionally using other materials such as retro-reflective paints and pigments. He seeks to record impermanent, data based images through paint so as to give these weightless moments a physical presence.

Hoffman’s approach to painting has varied widely from impasto, pixel oriented works that seek to give a weightless image tangibility to the point of tactility, to more traditional oil paintings focused on the subtle quirks of interaction with a screen, concerned with creating a physical memory for a data based image through the action of painting.

Works by Xander Hoffman

Xander Hoffman, broken rest, 2021, Oil on aluminium, 50 x 75 cm, 19.6 x 29.5 in, © The Artist

Xander Hoffman

broken rest, 2021

Oil on aluminium

50 x 75 cm

19.6 x 29.5 in

Copyright The Artist

€2,680 / £2,300 / $3,200

Xander Hoffman, dream eater, 2020-2021, Oil, reflective powder and spray paint on steel, 100 x 50 cm, 39.3 x 19.6 in, © The Artist

Xander Hoffman

dream eater, 2020-2021

Oil, reflective powder and spray paint on steel

100 x 50 cm

39.3 x 19.6 in

Copyright The Artist

€2,450 / £2,100 / $2,900

Xander Hoffman, willow (select), 2020, Oil and reflective spray paint on steel , 100 x 50 cm, 39.3 x 19.6 in, © The Artist

Xander Hoffman

willow (select), 2020

Oil and reflective spray paint on steel

100 x 50 cm

39.3 x 19.6 in

Copyright The Artist

€2,050 / £1,750 / $2,400

Charlotte Knapp

Charlotte Knapp (b. 1992) lives and works in Bedford, United Kingdom. Originally studying and working as a visual merchandiser, Charlotte has blended her fashion background with her love of nature and the beauty of creation to produce abstract mixed media paintings. She enjoys exploring a range of media, aiming to communicate texture, depth and light in her work.

Works by Charlotte Knapp

Charlotte Knapp, Golden Haze, 2020, Mixed media on canvas, 42 x 56 cm, 16.5 x 22 in, © The Artist

Charlotte Knapp

Golden Haze, 2020

Mixed media on canvas

42 x 56 cm 

16.5 x 22 in

Copyright The Artist

€230 / £195 / $270 Framed

Charlotte Knapp, Wild are the paths, 2021, Acrylic on canvas, 60 x 80 cm, 23.6 x 31.5 in, © The Artist

Charlotte Knapp

Wild are the paths, 2021

Acrylic on canvas

60 x 80 cm

23.6 x 31.5 in

Copyright The Artist

€345 / £295 / $410 Framed

Charlotte Knapp, Nautical Dusk, 2021, Mixed media and collage on canvas, 42 x 56 cm, 16.5 x 22 in, © The Artist

Charlotte Knapp

Nautical Dusk, 2021

Mixed media and collage on canvas

42 x 56 cm

16.5 x 22 in

Copyright The Artist

€230 / £195 / $270 Framed

Anikó Koltai

Anikó Koltai (born in Hungary) lives and works in Switzerland. She is currently pursuing a BA in Fine Art from the University of Arts & Design in Lucerne. She uses different mediums in her work such as oil, tulle, paper, acrylic glass, film or directly on walls. Her work has a powerful aesthetic and embraces the use of strong colour, which is essential to the visual impact of her work. Recently, she is exploring the possibilities of staged paintings in order to depict the nature of our mind, feelings and mental states.

By creating a space for interaction and self-reflection between the viewer and the artwork, she challenges the frontiers between painting and installation to allow the viewer to immerse themselves and experience a different perspective.

Works by Anikó Koltai

Anikó Koltai, Untitled (hugging couple), 2020, Oil on tulle, 73 x 100 cm, 28.7 x 39.3 in, © The Artis

Anikó Koltai

Untitled (hugging couple), 2020

Oil on tulle

73 x 100 cm

28.7 x 39.3 in

Copyright The Artist

€1,000 / £860 / $1,200

Anikó Koltai, Untitled (embryo girl), 2020, Oil on tulle, 100 x 70 cm, 39.3 x 27.5 in, © The Artist

Anikó Koltai

Untitled (embryo girl), 2020

Oil on tulle

100 x 70 cm

39.3 x 27.5 in

Copyright The Artist

€950 / £820 / $1,140

Anikó Koltai, Untitled (isolated couple), 2020, Oil on tulle and PET-film, 80 x 100 cm, 31.5 x 39.3 in, © The Artist

Anikó Koltai

Untitled (isolated couple), 2020

Oil on tulle and PET-film

80 x 100 cm

31.5 x 39.3 in

Copyright The Artist

€1,100 / £945 / $1,320

Iva Laterza

Iva Laterza (b.1986, Dubrovnik, Croatia) lives and works in London, UK. She is currently pursuing an MFA from Goldsmiths, University of London. Upcoming exhibitions include a group exhibition at Propositions Studios in London, and in 2022 a solo exhibition at Sponza Palace in Dubrovnik, Croatia. 

Her work evolved across the fields of paintings and photography by developing a visual language of abstract forms found in elements of architecture and graffiti. Her paintings are inspired by the urban environment and investigate the visual experience of colour, light, space and architecture. The exploration of commitment, focus, and endurance are often captured in the ambiance of her paintings, creating a powerful, mechanical, delicate and emotional design. Her work deals with the exploration of colour through continuous repetition and experimentation with colour relativity and how colour changes through placement, juxtaposition and interaction with other colours. Besides aesthetics, more broadly she is interested in the layers of personal, historical, social and political narratives that are tied to her Balkan background.

Works by Iva Laterza

Iva Laterza, Integrated Shadow, 2020, Acrylic on canvas, 100 x 100 cm, 39.3 x 39.3 in, © The Artist

Iva Laterza

Integrated Shadow, 2020

Acrylic on canvas

100 x 100 cm

39.3 x 39.3 in

Copyright The Artist

Price Available Upon Request

Iva Laterza, What are you really made of ?, 2020, Acrylic on canvas, 200 x 100 cm, 78.7 x 78.7 in, © The Artist

Iva Laterza

What are you really made of?, 2020

Acrylic on canvas

200 x 100 cm

78.7 x 78.7 in

Copyright The Artist

Price Available Upon Request

Iva Laterza, Mock me twice-shame on you, 2021, Acrylic on canvas, 200 x 100 cm, 78.7 x 78.7 in, © The Artist

Iva Laterza

Mock me twice-shame on you, 2021

Acrylic on canvas

200 x 100 cm

78.7 x 78.7 in

Copyright The Artist

Price Available Upon Request

Caroline Leaf

Caroline Leaf lives and works in London. Before settling in the UK, she worked for twenty years as an animator/director making short art films at the National Film Board of Canada’s world renowned animation studio in Montreal. In London her studio work with oils has gradually veered towards abstraction guided by an interest in 2D and 3D composition and our perception of references to the world we know. Out of the studio, she enjoys making pleine air drawings from nature.

Works by Caroline Leaf

Caroline Leaf, Mattieson Parking Lot, 2020, Digital painting, © The Artist

Caroline Leaf

Mattieson Parking Lot, 2020

Digital painting

Copyright The Artist

Not For Sale

Caroline Leaf, Verrill Farm, 2020, Digital painting, © The Artist

Caroline Leaf

Verrill Farm, 2020

Digital painting

Copyright The Artist

Not For Sale

Caroline Leaf, View from Verrill Farm, 2020, Digital painting, © The Artist

Caroline Leaf

View from Verrill Farm, 2020

Digital painting

Copyright The Artist

Not For Sale

Mengqiu Li

Mengqiu Li (b. 1987 in China) lives and works in Berlin. For her, painting is a natural way to feel the heartbeat between the heaven and earth.

“I simply dive into the silence when I paint, watch the colourful world which consist of dreams, illusions and more, ever dancing in front of my curiously opened eyes. Then I try to dance with them with my brushes in that absolute moment. These mediative aesthetic experience integrated me magically through the form to the ultimate light,  which connected me to the universe. It also deepened my understanding of life-death-rebirth where everything is connected.”

Works by Mengqiu Li

Mengqiu Li, Born in the hard-boiled wonderland and the end of the world, 2021, Acrylic on canvas, 50 x 70 cm, 19.6 x 27.5 in, © The Artist

Mengqiu Li

Born in the hard-boiled wonderland and the end of the world, 2021

Acrylic on canvas

50 x 70 cm

19.6 x 27.5 in

Copyright The Artist

Price Available Upon Request

Mengqiu Li, After the blue moon, 2020, Acrylic on canvas, 50 x 70 cm, 19.6 x 27.5 in, © The Artist

Mengqiu Li

After the blue moon, 2020

Acrylic on canvas

50 x 70 cm

19.6 x 27.5 in

Copyright The Artist

Price Available Upon Request

Mengqiu Li, On the edge of time, 2020, Chinese painting colour and acrylic on canvas, 50 x 70 cm, 19.6 x 27.5 in, © The Artist

Mengqiu Li

On the edge of time, 2020

Chinese painting colour and acrylic on canvas

50 x 70 cm

19.6 x 27.5 in

Copyright The Artist

Price Available Upon Request

Audrey Lu

Audrey Lu (b. 1994 in Dalian, China) lives and works in London. Since 2018, the artist has been working under the name “Mutedemu” which represents a physiological identity and manifested in her desire to create. She created this alter identity as a way to experience a new fiction that explores the role of love and its origins through a feminine lens. Her work often portrays distance, entanglement and lust and act as a way to exclude unwanted memories. Her work embraces a unique vision of a mysterious, peculiar world filled with nature and fantasy.

Works by Audrey Lu

Audrey Lu, Outlander, 2020, Oil on canvas, 40 x 50 cm, 15.7 x 19.6 in, © The Artist

Audrey Lu

Outlander, 2020

Oil on canvas

40 x 50 cm

15.7 x 19.6 in

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Audrey Lu, Seashell, 2021, Oil on canvas, 30 x 40 cm, 11.8 x 15.7 in, © The Artist

Audrey Lu

Seashell, 2021

Oil on canvas

30 x 40 cm

11.8 x 15.7 in

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Audrey Lu, A Sudden Noise From Outside, 2020, Oil on linen, 35 x 40 cm, 13.8 x 15.7 in, © The Artist

Audrey Lu

A Sudden Noise From Outside, 2020

Oil on linen

35 x 40 cm

13.8 x 15.7 in

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Christopher MacNeil

Christopher MacNeil (born in Boston, USA) works in digital mixed media using a novel methodology of “Reverse Painting”. His work illustrates inner complexities which are concealed by our simplified exteriors and include motifs of childhood fears, the relationship between a mother and child as well as the loss of love.

Works by Christopher MacNeil

Christopher MacNeil, Mothers Gaze II, 2021, Digital mixed media, 63.5 x 40.6 cm, 25 x 16 in © The Artist

Christopher MacNeil

Mothers Gaze II, 2021

Digital mixed media

63.5 x 40.6 cm

25 x 16 in

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€500 / £430 / $600

Christopher MacNeil, Onem, 2020 , Digital mixed media, 63.5 x 40.6 cm, 25 x 16 in, © The Artist

Christopher MacNeil

Onem, 2020

Digital mixed media

63.5 x 40.6 cm

25 x 16 in

Copyright The Artist

€500 / £430 / $600

Christopher MacNeil, Boy in the Blue Coat, 2019-2020, Digital mixed media, 63.5 x 40.6 cm 25 x 16 in, © The Artist

Christopher MacNeil

Boy in the Blue Coat, 2019-2020

Digital mixed media

63.5 x 40.6 cm

25 x 16 in

Copyright The Artist

€500 / £430 / $600

Natacha Martins

Natacha Martins (b. 1997, Portugal) uses painting and painting environments to explore the irrational behaviour of the human condition. Her work draws acute observations of the sacred and the profane concepts in the contemporary scope. The presence of the artist’s identity is in direct response to the ongoing interest of human archaic nature. Her work breathes life into an ongoing interest in the in-temporal forms of emotional communication. Her art is almost painfully human. Her figures, emerging from smoke and twist, capture the struggles and the extremes frailties of what it means to be a human.

Works by Natacha Martins

Natacha Martins, Crucificação e Deposição de Cristo (“Cruxifiction and Deposition of Christ”) 2019, Oil and charcoal on MDF, mattress, sheets and performance, 208 x 92 cm, 82 x 36 in, © The Artist

Natacha Martins

Crucificação e Deposição de Cristo (“Cruxifiction and Deposition of Christ”), 2019

Oil and charcoal on MDF, mattress, sheets and performance

208 x 92 cm

82 x 36 in

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Natacha Martins, All Painters Are Liars, 2020, Oil and charcoal on wood, 62 x 40 cm, 24.4 x 15.7 in, © The Artist

Natacha Martins

All Painters Are Liars, 2020

Oil and charcoal on wood

62 x 40 cm

24.4 x 15.7 in

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Natacha Martins, Portrait of A Woman, 2021, Oil on canvas, 100 x 80 cm, 39.3 x 31.5 in, © The Artist

Natacha Martins

Portrait of A Woman, 2021

Oil on canvas

100 x 80 cm

39.3 x 31.5 in

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Jo Mason

Jo Mason (born in Peak District, England) lives and works in London. She has a BFA from Wimbledon School of Art (UAL). Her work is informed by her interest in science.

Works by Jo Mason

Jo Mason, Untitled (1.21), 2021, Oil on linen, 80 x 70 cm, 31.5 x 27.5 in, © The Artist

Jo Mason

Untitled (1.21), 2021

Oil on linen

80 x 70 cm

31.5 x 27.5 in

Copyright The Artist

€1,020 / £875 / $1,200

Jo Mason, Harta Industriale, 2021, Oil on linen, 80 x 70 cm, 31.5 x 27.5 in, © The Artist

Jo Mason

Harta Industriale, 2021

Oil on linen

80 x 70 cm

31.5 x 27.5 in

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€1,020 / £875 / $1,200

Jo Mason, Rose Windows, 2020, Oil on canvas, 92 x 61 cm, 36 x 24 in, © The Artist

Jo Mason

Rose Windows, 2020

Oil on canvas

92 x 61 cm

36 x 24 in

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€990 / £850 / $1,180

Mark A Metcalfe

Mark A Metcalfe lives between London and Berlin. By working through archetypal forms, characters emerge that challenge fixed ideas about trust, faith and the unknown. Totemic of a deep drive to externalise hidden things through characterisation and a preoccupation with memory and nostalgia, an image can posit a peculiar melancholy or sense of the uncanny, by memorialisation of archetypal heroes, tricksters and bizarre phenomena.

Each piece is dense with archetypes and recognizable emblems, whilst equally implying a new and perhaps foreign language of myth and allegory. It implies that there are perhaps things ‘lying beneath’ that are unfathomable, just below the veneer, that will defy preconceived logic and expectation.

The Fallen series takes a tantalising creation myth from the Book of Enoch and reimagines particular characters. Fallen Deities who relay hidden knowledge and inevitably corrupt, reappear across time. They are the counterpoise to our moral dictates, villains to hiss at in a pantomime.

Works by Mark A Metcalfe

Mark A Metcalfe, Kokobel Angel of the Stars: from the Fallen series, 2020, Oil on cotton 152 x 120 cm, 60 x 47 in, © The Artist

Mark A Metcalfe

Kokobel Angel of the Stars: from the Fallen series, 2020

Oil on cotton

152 x 120 cm

60 x 47 in

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Mark A Metcalfe, Samyaza with skull Rings and Chain: from the Fallen series, 2020, Oil on cotton, 112 x 88.5 cm, 44 x 34.8, © The Artist

Mark A Metcalfe

Samyaza with skull Rings and Chain: from the Fallen series, 2020

Oil on cotton

112 x 88.5 cm

44 x 34.8

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Mark A Metcalfe, The Daughters of Men: from the Fallen series, 2020, Oil on cotton, 183 x 120 cm, 72 x 47 in, © The Artist

Mark A Metcalfe

The Daughters of Men: from the Fallen series, 2020

Oil on cotton

183 x 120 cm

72 x 47 in

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Kitty Ng

Kitty Ng (b.1999, Hong Kong S.A.R) lives and works in Hong Kong and Providence, RI. She is currently pursuing a BFA in Painting from the Rhode Island School of Design. She has participated in group exhibitions at Palazzo Cenci in Rome (2019), RISD Gelman Gallery (2020) and her most recent exhibition “UN/COMFORTS” was at the Machines and Magnets Gallery in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. Her work mainly focuses on human interaction, relationships with self and loved ones, and cultural identity.

Works by Kitty Ng

Kitty Ng, Confessions from a 20 year old college female, 2021, Oil on canvas, 180 x 220 cm, 71 x 86.6 in, © The Artist

Kitty Ng

Confessions from a 20 year old college female, 2021

Oil on canvas

180 x 220 cm

71 x 86.6 in

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Kitty Ng, The Broken Artist (Does it have to be?), 2021, Oil on canvas, 140 x 160 cm, 55 x 63 in, © The Artist

Kitty Ng

The Broken Artist (Does it have to be?), 2021

Oil on canvas

140 x 160 cm

55 x 63 in

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Kitty Ng, Laundry Service, 2020, Oil on canvas, 150 x 180 cm, 59 x 71 in, © The Artist

Kitty Ng

Laundry Service, 2020

Oil on canvas

150 x 180 cm

59 x 71 in

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Tin Nguyen

Tin Nguyen is a Vietnamese-American painter (b. 1989, Vietnam) living and working in Brooklyn, NY. Growing up between the spaces of these two cultures demanded deeper moments of self-inquiries, which planted dialogues throughout his art practice pertaining to identity and self within broader ecological considerations.

His work currently concentrates on observational paintings of autobiographical, oftentimes, quotidian and naive moments, touching on themes such as queer and Asian identity, intuition, and the reconciliation of the self subconscious nature. He reflects upon how painting and drawing have functioned as a meeting space between my external and internal landscapes. He is often drawn to subtleties of light and textures, contours and colours while constantly exploring different modes for healing, self-inquiry, and meditation. He works with spontaneous lines and brushstrokes, staying within an accepted comfort that his energy and moods do fluctuate daily, weekly, and seasonally. He hopes to envelop this acceptance into an evocation and a gentle reminder of innocence, play, and tactility through his paintings.

Works by Tin Nguyen

Tin Nguyen, when the world is spinning, I still have these legs to ground myself, 2020, Oil on canvas, 20.32 x 20.32 cm, 8 x 8 in, © The Artist

Tin Nguyen

when the world is spinning, I still have these legs to ground myself, 2020

Oil on canvas

20.32 x 20.32 cm

8 x 8 in

Copyright The Artist

Not For Sale

Tin Nguyen, Quả lê, nến, with knife, 2021, Oil on canvas, 25.4 x 25.4 cm, 10 x 10 in, © The Artist

Tin Nguyen

Quả lê, nến, with knife, 2021

Oil on canvas

25.4 x 25.4 cm

10 x 10 in

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Tin Nguyen, nothing on mother to possess, 2020, Oil on panel, 15.24 x 20.32 cm, 6 x 8 in, © The Artist

Tin Nguyen

nothing on mother to possess, 2020

Oil on panel

15.24 x 20.32 cm

6 x 8 in

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Not For Sale

Morgan Ogilvie

Morgan Ogilvie (b. 1981 Nashville, USA) received her MFA from California Institute of the Arts (CalArts). She has work at Ron Howard and Brian Grazer’s Imagine Entertainment in LA and her paintings have been published in Artforum.com, the Vassar Review, and Art in the Time of Corona written by Dab Art founder, Yessica Torres. She participated in the group show, Time is Out of Joint, published in Hyperallergic, held at the MAK Center in LA, curated by artist Scott Benzel. Her work was featured in the Tennessean, Nashville Arts Magazine, the Nashville Scene and a group show at Zeitgeist Gallery.

Often looking at the world through the lens of misunderstood female characters, she considers themes such as childhood wonderment, pathology, family lineage, absurdity, Southern Gothic. 
“I construct a stage full of anti-heroines, fictional and historical, whom I do not rescue. Instead, I place the audience in the vulnerable position of these women: what might it feel like to be in their shoes? Furthermore, I cast difficult figures—such as Rosemary Woodhouse, Typhoid Mary, and Martha Mitchell as unlikely protagonists, or at least place them in a position to be reconsidered.

There is often a suggestion of danger that takes place beyond the border of the painting. This causes the viewer to question what they think they know about historical events or fictional stories. I generally do not show aggression or explosive conflict—it is often implied, about to happen or has already happened. The action largely resides outside the edges of the canvas. I am interested in capturing the indexical traces or anticipation of conflict and disintegration, allowing for new ways of knowing these archetypal figures.”

Works by Morgan Ogilvie

Morgan Ogilvie, Wilderness of Mirrors, 2021, Oil on canvas, 152.4 x 122 cm, 60 x 48 in © The Artist

Morgan Ogilvie

Wilderness of Mirrors, 2021

Oil on canvas

152.4 x 122 cm

60 x 48 in

Copyright The Artist

€5,440 / £4,670 / $6,500

Morgan Ogilvie, Ammalati (Sick), 2019, Oil on canvas, 62 x 61 cm, 24.5 x 24 in, © The Artist