Exhibition I Emiko Aida, ‘Seeing in Tune’

A spellbindingly beautiful new collection of oil paintings from the Tokyo-born artist In our lower gallery this summer we present the enchanting oils of Japanese artist Emiko Aida. Emiko’s work aims to conjure the ineffable – wisps of sound, vibration, movement, light and memory – to explore notions of consciousness and identity. “My work is

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#MyEaling I Children’s Art Competition

We’re looking for children and young people to draw or paint their favourite bit of Ealing – and win the chance to star in a new exhibition at For Arts Sake! This summer we at For Arts Sake want to celebrate all that’s lovely about Ealing – and a new generation of budding artists too!

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In My Father's Footsteps - Martin Ridgwell

Top 10 Prints for Father’s Day

From bears to the Beano, browse our round-up of the perfect prints for Dad 1. In My Father’s Footsteps by Martin Ridgwell A timeless and gentle ode to fatherhood. Etching, edition of 50, £120, find it here. 2. ‘After the Storm’ by Martin Langford True life, etched, from the master of the cartoon skit. Etching,

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Exhibition | David Cottingham, ‘Catching the Light’

“Light moves across a landscape like the dancer moves through space; I am a painter of transient things” Painter and sculptor David Cottingham presents a captivating collection of new work at For Arts Sake this summer, exploring his twin fascinations – the dancer in motion and the spirit of place. As his exhibition ‘Catching the Light’ opens

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Owls Don’t Like Brexit Either (& other works)

Collage star Maria Rivans turns vintage London scenes into witty skits on contemporary life From Brexit-hating birds to the surreal spectacle of a ukulele-strumming Elvis at the Houses of Parliament, Maria Rivans‘ box collages are miniature commentaries on modern obsessions. A mash-up of vintage picture postcards with kitsch Pop Art references, these perfectly formed 3D

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Collage collaborators | Q&A with Maria Rivans & Bonnie and Clyde

They share a Brighton studio and a love of the stunning and surreal art of collage. We speak to Maria Rivans and Bonnie and Clyde – aka the artist Steph Burnley – about their work and new joint show Glitter Bunnies Basics first – where do you live?Maria: Hove, 100 yards from the seafront. I love

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Exhibition I ‘Glitter Bunnies’

The queens of contemporary British collage combine for a glittering new show at For Arts Sake this spring We are delighted to present a blockbuster three-hander from the queens of contemporary British collage this May – printmakers Maria Rivans and Bonnie and Clyde alongside ceramics artist Amy Douglas. From the dreamscape glamour of Rivans’ vintage

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What’s New | Spring & Summer Exhibition Highlights

From the queens of contemporary collage to the delicate aquatint etchings of Emiko Aida, here’s what to expect in the gallery as the weather warms up ‘Glitter Bunnies’ We are thrilled to unveil a blockbuster exhibition this May – a hugely exciting joint show, ‘Glitter Bunnies’, featuring British queens of collage Maria Rivans and Bonnie

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Wonder in the world I Q&A with Michèle Jaffé-Pearce

A sense of joy in the natural world inspires the vibrant abstract oil paintings of Michèle Jaffé-Pearce London-based artist Michèle Jaffé-Pearce’s abstract oils sing with the energy of place and space. As her new show, ‘Rocks & Stars (and Everything Between)’, opens at For Arts Sake, she talks Japanese philosophy, Jewish mysticism, Boy George –

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Exhibition I ‘Rocks & Stars (and Everything Between)’

Inspired by the natural world and the hidden forces that shape it, painter Michèle Jaffé-Pearce unveils a stunning new collection of abstract oils Fresh for spring, we are delighted to welcome London-based artist Michèle Jaffé-Pearce into the gallery for the first time. Celebrating the energy and beauty of nature, her multi-layered oils burst with colour

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Curl II - Jane Bristowe

Mother’s Day Gift Guide I Our Top 12

Flowers are so 2018. Browse our round-up of the perfect prints instead for the mama in your life 1. ‘The Yellow Cup’ by Angie Lewin A hand-gathered posy to last forever, for lovers of printmaker Angie Lewin’s glorious nostalgic style. Screenprint, edition of 85, £335, find it here. 2. ‘Baby’ by Frans Wesselman Capturing those

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5 Minute Interview | Bruce McLean

As his new solo exhibition Gardenworks opens, legendary British artist Bruce McLean talks Fred Astaire, John Coltrane and ‘making it look easy’ “I have a studio and a house in Menorca, Spain, where we spend three or four months of the year. My wife has a garden there that’s like a moving sculpture. I sit

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