Published: 11 April 2020
A new group exhibition at Thompson's Gallery London will explore the depth and breadth of artworks made in black and white. Aptly titled 'Monochrome', this selection of works survey a vast range of mediums, from ink to watercolour, aquatint, oil on canvas, pen on paper, charcoal on panel, and much more.
(Above: 'Shelter' by Ros Ford, Etching & aquatint, 18x24 inches, £875. Exhibiting in the 'Monochrome' group exhibition.)
The sheer variety afforded by a 'monochrome' prompt has resulted in an impressive array of skills and disciplines within the exhibition. While some artists remain in the wheelhouse of their practice, producing etchings or ink wash works as their prevalent chosen form, others are pivoting from the usual oil palette and easel to take up the pen or charcoal stick - all combined, to great effect.
'Monochrome' debuts online for Thompson's Gallery London at www.thompsonsgallery.co.uk on 29th April 2020. To ask questions or register interest please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or +44(0)2079353595.
(Above: 'Sea Swim' by Patsy McArthur, Charcoal on paper, 27 x 31 inches, £3000. Part of 'Monochrome' group exhibition).