London Paint Club


Opening This Week in London

Featuring: BEERS London, Wilder, Grove Collective, Gazelli Art House
Lera Dubitskaya, Symmetria, 2021, Oil with coloured pencil on paper, 14.7 x 10.6 cm © The Artist and Wilder, London

Lera Dubitskaya: Corolor Pictulures

Opening 18th May 2022 6.30-8.30pm

Spectral beasts haunt the paintings of Lera Dubitskaya. Emerging from undergrowth or luminous pattern, they sink away again into floridity, their long serpentine limbs dissolving into the haze. These creatures disperse the taxonomical boundaries between mammal and reptile, human and animal, person and place. Dubitskaya’s works evoke mythologies of metamorphosis, enacting chimerical shifts that take place before the viewer’s eyes and celebrating the transformative power of the imagination.

© Colm Mac Athlaoich, Image Courtesy of Grove Collective London

Colm Mac Athlaoich: Autrefois

Opening: Thursday, 19th May, 6-8.30pm

Mac Athlaoich often produces discrete bodies of work, with all of the paintings revolving around a central theme. For Autrefois, Mac Athlaoich explains the impetus behind this most recent series as follows:

Peter Matthews, High Water, 2021, Oil, Spray Enamel, Oilstick, Earth and Pencil on Canvas, 153 x 133 cm, © The Artist, Image Courtesy of BEERS London

Peter Matthews: Shape Shifter

Preview: Saturday 21 May 2022 (1-4pm)

Peter Matthews’ works have always been about how we, as individuals and a greater society of people, have to keep adjusting to the uncertainty and ambiguity of life and the natural world.

© Perle Fine, Theme: Blue, 1948-49. Image Courtesy of Gazelli Art House, London

Perle Fine

Preview: 19 May, 6-8PM

Represented by the gallery, this will be Fine’s second exhibition with Gazelli Art House – and will encompass a range of historic works starting from the early 1940s to the late 1980s. 

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