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CHRISTMAS EXHIBITION 2021 (1221)
4 December 2021 - 9 January 2022
Thompson's Gallery, Aldeburgh are holding our Christmas group exhibition which alongside our Annual Exhibition in June is our largest collection of paintings and sculpture for sale during the year. There will be new paintings by both established Thompson's artists and also by new artists carefully selected during the year so some familiar names and some new to the gallery. Over 100 paintings will be on display in the gallery during this exhibition.
MHAIRI MCGREGOR: TO THE COAST
10 November 2021 - 27 November 2021
Scottish landscape painter Mhairi McGregor presents a new body of oils in a solo exhibition for Thompson's Gallery London. Featuring a range of iconic depictions between land and sea, 'To The Coast' was painted across the UK's top coastal regions en Plein air.
Exhibiting from 10th -27th November 2021.
Please contact the gallery for more information.
TONY DE WOLF: BEAUTY IN DETAIL
19 October 2021 - 6 November 2021
Thompson’s Gallery presents the latest solo exhibition by the unbelievably talented Tony de Wolf, featuring all new hyperreal still life paintings by the Belgian contemporary master.
‘Beauty in Detail’ whisks viewers along an astonishing and mouth-watering experience, courtesy of the artist’s paintbrush. Tony de Wolf trained under Willem Dolphyn for seven years in Antwerp, perfecting his technique in the Flemish still life tradition. The artist is credited with breathing fresh life and perspective into one of fine art’s most storied disciplines, dazzling audiences with his precision and adding touches of playfulness when constructing his table setting compositions.
Tony de Wolf has been a popular feature of Thompson’s artist roster since his debut solo exhibition over fifteen years ago, and remains a fixture on art fair stands in London and abroad for the gallery. A key element of attraction for viewers new and familiar, is de Wolf’s ability to grip attention and invite a closer look –until face to face with the oil itself.
This exhibition runs from 19th October – 6th November 2021 at Thompson’s Gallery London, 3 Seymour Place W1H5AZ.
AN EXHIBITION OF WORKS BY 20TH AND 21ST CENTURY ARTISTS
15 October 2021 - 28 November 2021
A delightful exhibition of works by artists we represent in our gallery in Aldeburgh covering both the 20th and 21st Century. We have chosen a mix of artists, genre, techniques and style to show our breath of representation and hopefully there is something for everyone to enjoy.
NEW LOCATION: THOMPSON'S HARPENDEN, HERTFORDSHIRE - OPEN
6 October 2021 - 6 November 2021
Thompson's Gallery proudly unveils its third gallery location this October in the heart of Harpenden. Only a 5' walk from Harpenden Station, the new space debuts unseen paintings and sculpture by Peter Wileman, Nael Hanna, Roy Wright, Carl Melegari, Carol Peace, Tony de Wolf, Robert Kelsey, Paul Wright, Tyrone Deans, & Patsy McArthur; in addition to classic Modern British offerings by Fred Cuming, Terry Frost, Edward Seago, Mary Fedden, and more.
AUTUMN EXHIBITION 2021
28 September 2021 - 16 October 2021
London's annual tradition, the Autumn Exhibition will be on display from 28th September - 16th October 2021.
For more information please get in touch with the gallery.
STEPHANIE REW 'GILDED'
18 September 2021 - 10 October 2021
“Creating this show has been a long and lovely process. I was given a decent amount of time to do it which is a rare thing.
Recently I have been incorporating gold leaf into my work, exploring the relationship between the decorative reflective gold leaf surface and a fully rendered oil painting. The design and pattern of the surface and textiles have become an important part of my painted compositions.
Making the gold panels is a slow and painstaking process and can take months to complete so to be able to make 10 panels at one time was an absolute luxury. Some of these panels I have been working on for over a year, leaving them to ‘marinade’ for a while I work on other paintings.
These paintings have cohesion to them, they have grown and developed very slowly together, which gives them a harmony. Recent times have been very difficult for everyone and this show is my way of adding something bright and beautiful into the world, as right now I believe we need as much beauty as we can find”.
SIMEON STAFFORD - SIMEON'S WORLD
28 August 2021 - 12 September 2021
Simeon Stafford was born in the 1950s, in Duckinfield, a small northern town bordering the Pennines.
He was introduced to L.S.Lowry after winning the Robert Owen School Award for Art and the Manchester News Portrait Award, who then became a friend of the family and encouraged him to study art.
In 1972 and 1973, he studied at Hyde College and in 1974, became a professional artist and exhibited his work in mixed exhibitions throughout the north of England and London. His work at this time reflected the gritty northern landscape and characters in what has been called a primitive style.
In 1996 Stafford moved to Cornwall where he met the artists Terry Frost and Patrick Heron, whose colour and light had a great impact on him.
Simeon continues to have successful exhibitions in London and Cornwall.
In 2001 his work was included in the Royal Academy Summer exhibition and in 2003 he became a member of the Birmingham Society of Artists.
TERENCE CLARKE 'NEW PAINTINGS'
7 August 2021 - 22 August 2021
What is a picture? For me it’s a chance to escape into a place where you can be silent and enjoy a little insight into the visual world. A picture is a place away from the problems of life and a chance to be at ease. I hope when you look at these pictures, that you will be at rest and encounter a landscape that is at once familiar but refreshed. I have used colour and tone to explore and transform landscape and still life. The picture is a thing in itself, an invitation to imagine and feel. In essence, whatever the subject matter, all paintings are about light. The sensation and effect of light has a big effect on our mood or sense of happiness. I have used the light of Spain and the south of France to enhance that quality of rest and peace that strong light evokes. The light has been transposed into colour. The colour goes beyond observation to express a certain passion for the sheer joy of the visual encounter and hopefully a vivid experience of the landscape. Each painting is composed of a myriad of little marks and decisions. The great thing about paintings is that although we take the image in at one go, it reveals itself endlessly over time. In some way every time you look at a painting, it’s like you’re looking at it for the first time. My paintings also reveal the way they were made. When you look at all the marks and colours, the paint is both an abstract element and yet also creates the image of a tree or apple. Your mind moves between seeing the image as real and then enjoying the sensuousness of the paint on a purely abstract level. It’s not just what you paint, it’s how it’s how you paint that’s important. That’s where the art is.
Hopefully I have succeeded in communicating a celebratory quality in the work here presented. That’s why I started to paint and draw in the first place….to understand the world and enjoy its visual beauty as well as finding a place to be at rest.
Terence Clarke June 2021
TYRONE DEANS AT NOBU PORTMAN SQUARE
19 July 2021 - 13 August 2021
Thompson's Gallery present Tyrone Deans at The White Box, in partnership with Nobu London Portman Square.
Nobu is globally renowned for its forward-thinking, fresh approach to lifestyle, food, and fitness. The newly opened Nobu Hotel on Portman Square includes a purpose-built exhibition space called The White Box, hosting exciting collaborations with local cultural gems such as Thompson's, in the surrounding Marylebone area.
Visit The White Box official webpage on Nobu's site here.
Thompson's Gallery are thrilled to exhibit the dynamic, breakout mixed media artist Tyrone Deans from 19th July - 13th August at Nobu, in an inaugural collaboration between the two venues.
Walk-in's are welcome along the duration of this Tyrone Deans exhibition, at 22 Portman Square W1H 7BG.
To book an appointment or for more information, contact the gallery at enquiries@thompsonsgallery or call +44(0)2079353595.
All paintings on display are for sale.
JOHN LINES SOLO EXHIBITION
14 July 2021 - 31 July 2021
Modern British artist, John Lines returns to our London gallery with a new body of work paying homage to the long-established idiosyncratic way of life in British towns and the countryside. Lines’ exhibition reveals distinctive and beautiful oil paintings featuring his classic and most sought-after subject matter of which captures humour, nostalgia, romance and the beauty of British countryside and British urban life.
Lines was born in Rugby Warwickshire in 1938. After studying art from 1959 at Rugby Polytechnic and York School of Art, Lines has exhibited his paintings since graduating. He continues to live and work in Rugby today.
Lines’ preferred mediums are oil and watercolours the two materials of which he has mastered over the last 62 years. He paints in a very Modern British style which is evident throughout his extensive series of works. As an artist his stated aim is to "Simply paint through honest eyes". Ample evidence of this approach can be seen in his paintings of British Town and Landscapes subjects.
John has exhibited widely and has pictures in private and public collections throughout the world. He has held workshops and lectures Australia and in the USA. John Lines has many notable art successes including: First Prize - Museum of Modern Art Wales, Wales; First Prize Royal Society of Marine Artists; and awards at the RSBA.
He is a member of the Royal Society of Marine Artists and the Guild of Railway Artists and is Vice-President of Rugby Art Society as well as President of the Kineton Art Society.
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JUDITH BRIDGLAND & JENNY MATTHEWS
10 July 2021 - 2 August 2021
'Wild Landscapes and Wild Flowers'
Two of Scotland's most popular artists united at Thompson's Gallery Aldeburgh again. Judith's wonderful rich and creamy oils contrast yet compliments beautifully Jenny's deftly painted watercolours of favoured botanical subjects and landscapes
MICHAEL ADAMSON: NORTHERN VISTAS
23 June 2021 - 10 July 2021
Canadian abstract painter Michael Adamson makes a highly anticipated return to London, unveiling a stunning new body of work. 'Northern Vistas' sees the artist consider a variety of topics within one solo exhibition- resulting in a range of sizes, palettes, and techniques.
Adamson is the product of a trifecta of creative institutions- Ryerson University, Toronto (1991) Vancouver's Emily Carr Institute of Art + Design (1993-97), & Universität Kunsthochschule Kassel (1996). Combining his formal training with an early career in video and photography, Adamson emerged with a unique and undeniably enticing painting style. At the centre of his works is the convergence of personal expression and nods to cultural history. Adamson uses his paintings as a kind of shorthand, encompassing a range of the artists responses to observations, ideas and emotions.
ANNUAL EXHIBITION 2021
12 June 2021 - 4 July 2021
The largest of the galleries exhibitions, after the success of our Modern British exhibition this time the Annual features all contemporary artists, some new, some regulars, some returning faces and some we just cant not include!
TYRONE DEANS: SYSTEMIC FREEDOM
18 May 2021 - 5 June 2021
Thompson’s Gallery London proudly presents the debut solo exhibition of mixed media painter Tyrone Deans, 'Systemic Freedom' from 18 May - 5 June 2021.
Deans is a chartered architect balancing a fine art practice from various studios between Jamaica, Sweden and England. Born into a Jamaican family, Deans' work is deliberately material and inquisitive, exploring concepts of identity, culture, and class with every layer applied to the surface. Deans wields mixed media purposefully, integrating elements such as Ghanaian Kente fabric and found historical documents to drive conversation beyond formalism. As colourful as they are complex, Deans’ paintings are inviting and open-ended by nature acknowledging that history is formed by both those who have power and those without, and that both sides are of equal importance to remember and understand.
15 May 2021 - 6 June 2021
The Modern British Art era began after the first World War, an inherently significant cultural period. This epoch saw the rise of painters and sculptors such as Henry Moore, John Piper, Mary Potter, Terry Frost, Sir Robin Philipson, John Bellany, and Mary Fedden to name a few. This period of artistic output contains a range of style and focus- natural subject matter such as landscape and still life remained emphasised; scenes of leisure and enjoyment were prevalent; and those elevating abstraction saw a surge of interest and legitimacy much in part to Picasso’s growing influence. Thompson’s Gallery has proudly specialised in Modern British Art since its founding in 1982, and invite you to enjoy this expertly selected range of works from this pivotal period.
Aldeburgh, 15 May - 6 June 2021
Please contact the gallery for more information.
PATSY MCARTHUR: FLUX
27 April 2021 - 15 May 2021
'Flux' speaks directly to McArthur’s interest in exploring the grace and power of movement through still images. Her depictions of figures in motion convey a sense of energy or potential energy through a static drawing.
Using a monochrome palette, MacArthur strips down her images by removing the seduction of colour and demanding a focus on the content of her drawing. Throughout her career McArthur has worked with freerunners, acrobats and even trampolinists, successfully capturing their motion within her work.
ANDREW TOZER 'IMPRESSIONS OF CORNWALL'
24 April 2021 - 9 May 2021
"I am from a Cornish farming family and for as far back as I can remember, I have loved being in the open air being at one with nature. Roaming cliffs, beaches, woodlands and creeks was the backdrop to my childhood. As a young boy I felt drawn to painting and was inspired by my mother who was also an artist.
At the age of 19, I moved to London to study Art at the University of Westminster. From there I went on to Central St Martin’s School of art. After 5 years, I yearned to return to Cornwall to do what I loved most – paint. I learnt my craft of painting en-plein-air whilst in London. The Thames, Richmond and Kew Gardens were all favourite haunts. Moving back to Cornwall in 1998, I quickly established a good reputation with many sell-out shows to my name. In terms of painting, I am at my happiest when working outside en-plein-air." Andrew Tozer
ANN SHRAGER NEAC
3 April 2021 - 18 April 2021
Ann Shrager is a much loved British artist who is a member of the NEAC and trained at the Byam Shaw School of Painting and the Royal Academy Schools. She trained under Bernard Dunstan at Byam Shaw who gave her the advice to “paint what you love and love what you paint” which she feels makes you emotionally involved in your subject and in turn shows in the work you create. She went onto the Royal Academy Schools to be taught glazing techniques and how to expand her paintings both in size and medium by Tony Eyton and Jane Dowling and subsequently to leaving the Royal Academy Schools, Ann was offered exhibitions in various galleries which has led to a successful career as an artist. One Ann's favourite subjects are elephants and their relationship with their mahouts and also goat herders and in particular a black goat which appears in several compositions as well as Indian brides and grooms and ladies in saris and various birds. She likes to paint bleached landscapes and seascapes and has been influenced by Indian and Persian miniatures which is evident in many of her paintings. Ann uses oil paint diluted with turps as her medium because it behaves like watercolour and she draws her composition first and if it fails she will draw a different composition on top and this means there could be as many as four different paintings on top of each other which leads to a build up of impasto. There is a quietness about Ann’s work and although colour is a key part in her paintings there is a subdued softness coupled with simplicity and space.
ANGELA A'COURT PS: 'ALL THAT I BELONG TO'
6 March 2021 - 22 March 2021
'I work from moments of inspiration: I notice the way tulips droop
in a vase, or the way two colours look together. Mundane images
make me reach for my sketch book, rendering me a chronicler, a
visual writer. My work not only grows out of those moments; it
references those moments.'
This body of work is a sympathetic response to the poem 'By Heart' by Thomas John Carlisle which the artist found over 30 years ago while looking through her mother's affairs after she passed away.
PAUL WRIGHT "PROFILES"
24 February 2021 - 13 March 2021
Paul Wright in widely known for this dynamic and emotive portraits since he was shortlisted for the BP Portrait award in 2006 and later in 2015 with his portrait of Simon Armitage CBE.
For this exhibition Paul has entirely focus on just twelve powerful heads no bigger than sixteen inches square of people who have influenced and shaped his lives.
'Profiles' is a survey of likeness, vaunting the mystique of anonymity in a time where humans increasingly wield their image for personal, capital and social gain.
Paring back the concept of portraiture, Wright poses questions about the modern practice of portrayal. What motivates the depiction and dissemination of likeness today? What control is taken back or conceded, by recording likeness through analogue means in lieu of Smartphones and digital cameras?
Fore more information please get in touch with the gallery.
A VIRTUAL FEBRUARY, ALDEBURGH
2 February 2021 - 28 February 2021
A selection of New, Recent and some of my Favourites. all currently in the Aldeburgh Gallery, if you see anything you like we can soon put it in the window for you to view, during your daily exercise!
LONDON ART FAIR ONLINE "THE YEAR AHEAD"
18 January 2021 - 6 February 2021
Thompson's Gallery London will bring London Art Fair to the gallery for the 2021 edition.
Thompson's exhibiting fair artists have been more motivated than ever, working from their home studios across the end of a trying but inspiring 2020 to bring their best work to date.
In partnership with the dynamic force of LAF's marketing team, Thompson's Gallery will give centre stage to the unveiling of artwork which traditionally opens the calendar year.
Exhibiting artists include: Paul Wright, Peter Wileman, Helen Tabor, Tyrone Deans, Chris Buck, John Clark, Peter King, Tony de Wolf, James Fullarton and Ian Weatherhead
JAMES FULLARTON: SHELTER-IN-PAINT
24 November 2020 - 19 December 2020
Shelter-in-Paint' is a milestone moment, marking James Fullarton's 20th solo exhibition with Thompson's Galleries since the painter's debut exhibition in 2000 at our Dover Street Gallery.
This exhibition's title points to the most pivotal year history has seen in a generation, an oil painter's manifestation of the 'work from home' mandate.
Always finding inspiration from life, Fullarton brings his bountiful palette and expressive strokes to every surface, articulating a kaleidoscope of colours in his tended flowers, the leaves, branches and sheds of the garden. Every composition seizes upon the opportunity to quite literally explore one's own backyard– a universe all its own, interactions legally enforced.
19 November 2020 - 10 January 2021
OPEN ONLINE NOW!
Thompson's Gallery, Aldeburgh are holding our Christmas group exhibition which alongside our Annual Exhibition in June is our largest collection of paintings for sale during the year. There will be new paintings by both established Thompson's artists and also by new artists carefully selected during the year so some familiar names and some new to the gallery. Over 100 paintings will be on display in the gallery during this exhibition.
PETER WILEMAN PPROI RSMA FRSA ‘TOUR DE FORCE’
3 November 2020 - 21 November 2020
'Tour de Force' takes audiences globetrotting through Peter Wileman's colourful and astoundingly vibrant lens.
From London's foggy cityscape's at dawn to the famous Grand Canal, on to smouldering skies in estuary sunsets, Peter takes us to his most treasured landscapes visited last year. In a year where travel's joys have been stolen the world over, one must escape to the mind- and as Peter would suggest- the easel.
AUTUMN EXHIBITION 2020
6 October 2020 - 31 October 2020
The annual tradition of the Autumn Exhibition returns to Thompson's London for 2020. Featuring all new painting and sculpture by a large range of popular artists, audiences will delight in an array of new and established talent.
6th - 31st October
Thompson's London, 3 Seymour Place.
Contact the gallery to register interest.
JO TAYLOR - FREE AGAIN
22 September 2020 - 3 October 2020
Thompson's Gallery London proudly presents 'Free Again' , an exhibition of Jo Taylor's newest body of work. Undaunted by the tumult which took hold worldwide, Jo Taylor committed her springtime to achieve a stunning new range of charcoal, ink and mixed media works. As the title suggests, Taylor's latest works reflect optimism, strength, and the enduring promise of nature's beauty - apt for where mankind finds itself today.
BRITA GRANSTRöM - LEAVES OF LOCK DOWN
12 September 2020 - 27 September 2020
Brita Granström - Leaves of Lock Down.
Every summer Brita goes back to her native Sweden to paint images of life in the Scandinavian countryside but due to lockdown this year she has been unable to travel there for the first time since she moved over here in 1993. As a result she has painted a series of paintings from her everyday life at home during lockdown near Berwick upon Tweed, shying away from using her top floor sea view studio and instead adapting to a portable studio to begin making a series of paintings capturing her family's daily life around the kitchen, porch and garden.
CAROL PEACE & ANDREW SQUIRE: 'LIFE ON EARTH'
2 September 2020 - 19 September 2020
Thompson's Gallery London proudly presents 'Life on Earth', a dual exhibition of paintings by Andrew Squire and sculpture by Carol Peace.
'Life on Earth' situates Squire's 'Keystone Species' painting series in conversation with the ethereal figures of Peace. The pairing sparks dialogue around topics of coexistence, habitat, and hope among all beings on the planet.
GRAHAM WEBBER ROI IEA
22 August 2020 - 9 September 2020
Following on from the success of our last one man show of Graham's work and his continued recognition and ever growing following among our clients, we are delighted to be hosting a one man exhibition of new works by Graham here in Aldeburgh in August 2020.
ROBERT KELSEY DA MUNIV PAI FRSA
1 August 2020 - 19 August 2020
We are delighted to be holding a one man exhibition of new paintings by Scottish Landscape painter Robert Kelsey.
Robert has been one of our most popular artists over the years, over 20 one man shows are testament to this. Recently Robert has started to loosen up his paintings with a more vigorous and bravura style harking back to some of his earlier works.
It should be a fresh and exciting exhibition showing a new phase in Roberts painting.
THE GREAT BRITISH SUMMER
1 July 2020 - 18 July 2020
Thompson's London presents a group exhibition celebrating summertime in Great Britain.
A select group of painters and sculptors have contributed their unique interpretations of Summer, conveying the enjoyment of bright skies, long days, and fun with family and friends.
LEWIS HAZELWOOD-HORNER RBA: REAL LIFE
3 June 2020 - 19 June 2020
Lewis Hazelwood-Horner RBA returns to Thompson’s Gallery London for his second solo exhibition titled ‘Real Life’, after a remarkable debut in 2019 as ‘One to Watch’. Born and raised in North London, Hazelwood-Horner is the youngest-ever Threadneedle Prize Winner (2016) and inductee to the Royal Society of British Artists (2018).
His practice pays homage to country and capital by documenting British lifestyle and social rituals in oil. Delivering a unique narrative with every composition, this body of work was painted in real time with its subjects and environments to capture motion, expression and storyline in paint. Veering from the modern painting habit of relying upon photography for reference, Hazelwood-Horner is Britain's youngest plein air figurative painter.
The exhibition will be online from 3rd-19th June 2020.
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ANNUAL EXHIBITION 2020, ALDEBURGH
1 June 2020 - 30 July 2020
Following last year's record-breaking 37th Annual Exhibition, our annual celebration of art and creativity continues in 2020.
Run without interruption since 1982, the Annual Exhibition is the galleries largest group exhibition of the year. Bringing together art in all mediums – prints and paintings, sculpture and more – by leading artists, Royal Academicians NEAC, RBA and RSMA members and household names as well as new and emerging talent.
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SHERREE VALENTINE-DAINES SALE
4 May 2020 - 4 June 2020
A for the next few weeks we are offering a sale of our owned Anne Cotterill paintings.
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MONOCHROME: GROUP EXHIBITION
29 April 2020 - 16 May 2020
Thompson's Gallery London presents a new group exhibition entitled 'Monochrome', featuring a range of monochrome painting and sculpture. Audiences will enjoy a variety of black-and-white paintings, charcoal and ink drawings, and stone, bronze, and glass sculpture. On display from 29th April - 16th May 2020.
ANNE COTTERILL SALE
17 April 2020 - 17 April 2020
A for the next few weeks we are offering a sale of our owned Anne Cotterill paintings.
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NEAC: NEW ENGLISH ARTS CLUB
11 April 2020 - 3 May 2019
The New English Arts Club is an elected society of artists. Orginally founded by a group of artists who were dissatisfied by the attitudes of the Royal Academy in 1886. Historically it hosted a range of artists with Impressionism and Post-Impressionism style, however today has many diverse styles of art adding richness and variety to the society.
We at Thompson's Gallery look forward to hosting our selected exhibition New English Arts Club members.
For more information please get in touch with the gallery.
PAUL WRIGHT: WITH TIME
19 March 2020 - 4 April 2020
Paul Wright "With Time"
Renowned British painter and two-time BP Award shortlister (2006 & 2015) Paul Wright will unveil a stunning new body of work that examines and explores his views on the influences of his family and his future.
To celebrate his only solo exhibition in 3 years, we have made a FILM.
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7 March 2020 - 22 March 2020
To celebrate spring and British art we are holding an exhibition by the hugely talented and well respected artist Tessa Newcomb. We will be showing carefully selected works, varying in size and medium but all with her distinct style and subject matter being at the fore. Tessa has become one of East Anglia’s most iconic artists depicting scenes from Suffolk and Norfolk, often gentle and amusing observations of life and typically with a relationship between human and animal apparent. She captures the wonderful East Anglian light together with a quirkiness of the way of life in the East, often free spirited and authentic.
THE FAMILY UNIT: GROUP PORTRAIT EXHIBITION
26 February 2020 - 14 March 2020
Thompson's Gallery London presents a group exhibition centered around the concept of family. This portrait show is a survey of each individual artists's view of family, the meaning of the term, and who and what it looks like. This exhibition will be on view from 26th February to 14th March 2020.
POP UP: WESTBOURNE GROVE
19 February 2020 - 16 March 2020
Thompson’s Galleries POP UP will be in Notting Hill for a month.
During this time we will be exhibiting a wide range of painting and sculpture of established and emerging talents represented by the gallery.
MAX TANNAHILL: OF SKY AND SEA
6 February 2020 - 22 February 2020
Mixed media artist Max Tannahill debuts a new body of sculptures, predominantly wall pieces constructed from boat parts and handcrafted wood. On display at Thompson's Gallery London from 6th-22nd February 2020.
CONNECT ART FAIR 2020
30 January 2020 - 2 February 2020
Thompson's Gallery return to the Mall in the New Year for Connect Art Fair 2020. Exhibiting selections of Modern British and new contemporary painting and sculpture, Thompson's will feature on Stand 4 from 30th January - 2nd February.
Exhibiting Artists: Carl Melgari, Jo Taylor, David Sawyer, John Piper, Mary Fedden, Tony de Wolf, Peter Wileman, and Matthew Alexander
For further event info, visit https://connectartfair.co.uk/