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One to Watch: Stephanie Campos

20 July 2022 - 6 August 2022


Thompson's Gallery London introduces Stephanie Campos, in its newest edition of the 'One to Watch' programme. Get lost in the world of Campos, a prodigious painting talent who captured the attention of Dame Phyllida Barlow in the RA Young Artist of the Year Awards, 2020.

Preceded by an exclusive Nobu London Portman Square partnership project, during which Campos will 'live action paint' in The White Box space to complete canvases for the Seymour Place Gallery's 'One to Watch' solo show.

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Emma Williams

23 July 2022 - 7 August 2022


This body of work celebrates her love of the three locations Aldeburgh, St Ives and the South France all which hold and emotional connection and provide ample inspiration for her work.

Aldeburgh is a painters dream with its immense skies dwarfing the sugared almond coloured houses that line the pebble beach.
The look out towers proudly stand sentinel and the boats lay catawampus along the shore enhancing its picturesque charm.

St Ives has been a constant source of inspiration, influencing my particular approach to interiors and landscapes, which detail the pretty colours and shapes of life on the West Coast.

South of France looking out over the rooftops  with views to the Mediterranean will never disappoint .Colourful houses adorned with bright shutters create a picture perfect view that never fails to inspire me. the heady aroma of Jasmin and the sight of lush lemon trees on my way to the market to buy flowers and fruit makes me excited at the prospect of arranging my next still life.

I have always been slightly obsessed by pottery and jugs I have been painting them since I did my art foundation course many years ago. I love the personality that  they give a painting and the memory’s that certain ceramics can evoke in the viewer. I’ve often painted a treasured vase containing favourite flowers on request.

Ceramic pots are little jewels that create a story within a painting.

Helen Tabor

13 August 2022 - 28 August 2022


Helen Tabor has lived in the Scottish Borders for the past fifteen years with her partner and three children. Her paintings are very much inspired by her surroundings, in particular the rural Scottish Borders countryside, and the soft seascapes of south west Scotland.

Whilst the figure paintings are more defined and linear, her landscapes are expressive and abstract but both styles hold something more enigmatic – a vagueness perhaps which takes you into the world of imagination.

Born in Middlesex in 1960, Helen Tabor graduated with English and History at the University of York in 1981. A self-taught artist, Tabor drew her inspiration from Chagall and Picasso. Since 1986, she has successfully exhibited in numerous galleries both North and South of the border, including RSA and SAAC Royal Academy in Edinburgh. Helen’s work can be found in private collections both here and abroad.

Autumn Exhibition 2022

14 September 2022 - 1 October 2022


London's annual tradition, the Autumn Exhibition, will be on display from 14 September - 1 October 2022.

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Aldo Balding & Lewis Hazelwood-Horner

5 October 2022 - 22 October 2022


This joint exhibition explores the careers of contemporary painters Aldo Balding and Lewis Hazelwood-Horner RBA, debuting new and unseen pictures by both artists. Open 5 - 22 October 2022 at Thompson's Gallery London.

Max Tannahill

29 October 2022 - 12 November 2022


Max Tannahill is from Bangor, County Down, in the north of Ireland. He travelled to Australia where exposure to the work of aboriginal artists left a deep impression. Max returned to England in 1989 to study bookbinding for two years and it was during this period, living in the Essex coastal village of Wivenhoe, that he started carving his unique fish from the plentiful supply of driftwood gleaned from the shoreline and estuaries nearby.

Max's sculptures vary enormously in size from small individual flat fish to 4 metre long installations of shoals of fish swimming alongside boat remnants. Lead and copper are sometimes incorporated into the fish he creates. His world is essentially simple; imagined, and governed to a large extent by the constraints of the material.

Jo Taylor

2 November 2022 - 19 November 2022


New English Arts Club

7 December 2022 - 23 June 2022


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 Impressionist and Post-Impressionist style, however today has many diverse styles of art adding richness and variety to the society.

We look forward to hosting our exhibition of selected New English Arts Club members as our final show of 2022.

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