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Beneath The Moon & Under The Sun: Maureen Nathan

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Beneath The Moon & Under The Sun: Maureen Nathan

 

A solo exhibition of work by award-winning artist Maureen Nathan is opening this June (Thu 9th- Sun 19th) at The Fitzrovia Gallery, London. ‘Beneath The Moon & Under The Sun’ brings together 130 works on paper produced over the last two and a half years.

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A Paper Tundra | New Collage by Sara Breinlinger

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A Paper Tundra | New Collage by Sara Breinlinger

 

We are delighted to present new work by London-based painter and collage-maker, Sara Breinlinger. Moving away from her more representational practice, Sara explores the world of abstraction through the means of collage. Sara studied fine art at Middlesex Polytechnic but then went on to pursue a career as a psychotherapist. For the past twenty years, she has been sharing her time as both a psychotherapist and as a practicing artist, and so it’s no surprise that her artwork draws on the human condition.

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Dan Jamieson Studio Visit

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Dan Jamieson Studio Visit

 

A couple of weeks ago, I visited Dan Jamieson at his home and studio in Walthamstow, London. Dan is both a long-standing friend and member of the Broth Art stable, so our meetings are just as much a discussion of upcoming projects and new work as they are a chinwag...............(continue reading).

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A Short Essay on the Colour Blue

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A Short Essay on the Colour Blue

 

Ultramarine, cyan, navy and azure, all names for a colour that we love and adore: blue. In our latest short essay, we look at the history of blue, its significance in different religions and cultures, and just how diverse the beryl hue really is!

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A Play of Parts | Short Essay on Pum and selected works

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A Play of Parts | Short Essay on Pum and selected works

 

Pum's surreal collage fuses together imagery from historical books and probes the uneasy relationship between humans and their technology. A dichotomy of old and new, the black and white aesthetic of yesteryear are like prescient visions that raise issues, feelings and concerns of the modern day. In her ongoing series of works, examining our addiction to faster, more convenient living and its impact on society and the planet, Pum's timeless artworks share a limitless awareness, confronting the profound changes and pressures that accompany technological advancement.

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