Published: 15 February 2019

January 2019 went past in a blur for Thompson's Gallery. Between two art fairs and a highly anticipated solo exhibition opening in the London gallery, 31 days felt closer to 3.


Above: In situ shots from the Thompson's Gallery London Art Fair Stand 

January Recap

Above: Lewis Hazelwood-Horner 'The Crown, Angel' Oil on canvas, from the artist's debut solo exhibition with Thompson's

What's On Now

Thompson's Gallery proudly opened 'Out of this World' in London this week, featuring the quirky open narrative paintings of Scottish artist Joe Hargan and the breathtaking, thought provoking bronzes of Simon Bacon. Both artists debut a series of new works incorporating a common thread of inventiveness and challenging typical methods of making within their respective mediums.

On now until 2nd March 2019 at Thompson's Gallery London - CLICK HERE to view the entire exhibition. Contact the gallery for more information or any purchase enquiries.


Above: (Left) Joe Hargan 'Under the Weather' Oil on canvas & (Right) Simon Bacon 'Reaching Beyond' Bronze - Click the image to see availability/purchase

Coming Soon

Up next is Muriel Barclay's latest solo exhibtion, aptly titled 'Performing Art'. The Scottish painter has gained wide acclaim for depictions of dancers, musicians and other masters of the performing arts. Open from 6th-23rd March 2019 at Thompson's London, audiences will delight in the pure skill applied to the canvas by Barclay's brush.  Contact the gallery for more information by email at or call +44(0)2079353595 with any questions.