Dan Baldwin | Exhibition

Our latest exhibition in The Gallery Downstairs features work by the British artist Dan Baldwin who has won international critical praise for his provocative artwork, which – in his own words – is ‘about the fine line between the sinister and the beautiful.’ Dan Baldwin bridges the gap between abstract and figurative painting to create

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Gettin In Over My Head - Peter Blake

New Peter Blake Artwork

Sir Peter Blake has always been a popular artist at For Arts Sake and was one of the first artists that we exhibited when we opened the gallery.  Peter Blake is a the leading figure in the art world and is often referred to as the Godfather of British Pop Art. Best known for the

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Julia McKenzie | New works

Artist Julia McKenzie recently visited the gallery bringing with her some wonderful new work which we’re delighted to be sharing with you. Julia is based in South London where she has lived all her life after training at Camberwell School of Arts & Crafts. Her work is primarily drawing based, sometimes layered with paper cuts

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Introducing new artist | Katherine Jones

We recently discovered Katherine Jones’ subtle and inventive print work and are delighted she has joined us as our latest artist to be shown at For Arts Sake. Katherine Jones’ prints demonstrate a range of techniques and are a beautiful mix of collagraph, intaglio, aquatine and block print with translucent gradations of colour that convey

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New artist working in tin and wire | Kate Lulham

We are delighted to introduce to our gallery, Brighton based artist Kate Lulham. Kate’s work incorporates anything from a quirky juggling fish in a tin to burlesque ladies frolicking in lillies to fishmongers and gossiping women in tea-rooms. Kate uses vintage tins, enamel paint and wire to create her painted metal wall sculptures and wire

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Brad Faine. Last Exit From Ealing.

Our next exhibition at For Arts Sake features work by the internationally recognised artist and printmaker, Brad Faine. Born in 1945 in Brighton, Faine studied painting and printmaking at Leicester College of Art and at Goldsmiths College. He then taught printmaking part-time at Farnham College of Art and St. Martin’s School of Art as well

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Caroline Nuttall-Smith. Latest work.

On latest window display features ceramics and linocuts by Caroline Nuttall-Smith.  Caroline has a background in in textile design and during her time as a designer developed many techniques of textures, marks, layering and drawing in different media. About eight years ago, after working in print and textiles, Caroline started to produce ceramics as well

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Bruce McLean Now

We are delighted that our next exhibition in the Gallery Downstairs will feature new works by the internationally acclaimed performance artist and painter, Bruce McLean.  As one of the major figures of contemporary British Art, McLean’s approach has proved influential to his contemporaries and also to a generation of younger artists. McLean is an artist

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Artist Barry Goodman

Artist Barry Goodman originally intended to become an architect but studied Graphic Design instead, before pursing a successful career in Design and Illustration. He later studied printmaking at The London College of Printing where his long-standing fascination with the world of architecture and automotives soon started to be reflected in his work. His design background

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Creating a memory with Carys Davies

We are delighted to have recently taken a delivery of Carys Davies pottery at For Arts Sake.  Carys Davies throws pots in porcelain – then marks and alters them before glazing with shiny crackle glazes or volcanic rough ones, sometimes both. After a ceramics degree at Harrow, Carys worked for Edmund de Waal for five

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Interview with Martin Grover

An artist whose playful narrative runs throughout his work, Martin Grover’s strengths lie in observation and anecdote. His work captures and recalls childhood recollections, minor street incidents and states of mind. Since leaving the Royal Academy Schools in 1987 Grover has exhibited in France, USA, Australia, Holland, Belgium and Hong Kong, as well as at

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Louise Davies new works

We were delighted when artist, printer and painter Louise Davies got in touch last week to share with us some of her most recent work and update us about the new direction she is taking. Louise’s work is primarily concerned with the landscape. Some of the prints are based on childhood memories, reflecting on the

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