Video | Joe Webb, ‘Lost & Found’

“I’m always looking for that magic moment of serendipity, where images just work and an idea is expressed” – Joe Webb talks us through his thought-provoking art ahead of a major retrospective     British artist Joe Webb takes us on a journey through his career from graphic designer to sudden collage superstar ahead of his

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Exhibition | Natasha Kumar, ‘India – People and Place’

A sumptuous new exhibition of screenprints and etchings kicks off our 40th anniversary year, and throws contemporary India into bright and bold relief In a beautifully vivid exhibition in our Upper Gallery this spring, British-Indian printmaker Natasha Kumar’s hand-drawn screenprints and etchings capture a deep sense of love for her paternal homeland, India. In Natasha’s

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Valentine’s Day Gift Guide I Our Top 10

Love is in the air. And what lovelier for the object of your affections than a print that lasts forever? Here are our top 10 gifts in the gallery this Valentine’s Day.   1. ‘Bottles, Pears and the Lovers’ by Trevor Price A veritable vision of romance in this limited edition drypoint relief (edition of 75)

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Christmas Gift Guide | Our Top 10

From prints, prints, prints to books, ceramics, homeware and jewellery, we have the perfect presents this Christmas. Here’s our festive roundup of gifts from our Ealing gallery and online.   ‘Oranges and Snowdrops’ by Jane Walker   Jane Walker’s bold and vibrant still life linocuts take their inspiration from 20th century arts and crafts, 1950s

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Foyles - John Duffin

My London | John Duffin

In his new solo exhibition, ‘City Noir – Vanishing Points’, painter-printmaker John Duffin draws inspiration from the dramatic tones and moods of Film Noir for a series of evocative oil paintings and etchings of London. He talks us through some of his newest works, and the stories behind them   Hoover Building “The Hoover Building has

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Where art & music collide | Q&A with Martin Grover

Acclaimed painter-printmaker Martin Grover returns to For Arts Sake this autumn for his second major solo show, Illustrated Songs & Other Work. He tells us about his lifelong obsession with vinyl, from Ugly Duckling to the elusive Etta James.     Tell us about the title of your show, ‘Illustrated Songs & Other Work’ – what

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Exhibition | Martin Grover – ‘Illustrated Songs & Other Work’

Love music? Love vinyl? Love art? Love London? This major solo show from painter-printmaker Martin Grover is for you The south London-based artist brings his nostalgic paeans to the golden age of vinyl and wry sideways looks at urban life to For Arts Sake this autumn – his second blockbuster solo exhibition with the gallery

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Printmaking Demonstration

Join us Sunday 23rd July when three of our printmakers will be demonstrating different printmaking techniques between 12pm and 3pm, outside the gallery on Ealing Green. This is a wonderful opportunity to see three leading British artists in action and get an understanding of printmaking; from the design, making of the plates or cutting of

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Interview with Margaret Ashman

Margaret Ashman presents sophisticated photo etchings. Investigating the human figure and movement by using dancers as her subject she captures softness and energy in her photographs using a multi-layered approach and incorporating oriental imagery. Asian influences are evident in the simplicity and minimalism of these harmonious compositions. Her art practice stems from the notion that sign

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Colin Moore Printmaker

Colin Moore Interview

Colin Moore was born on the Clyde Coast of Scotland in 1949. He studied architecture in Glasgow, and following an international career in architecture and design, has worked mainly as a painter and printmaker since 2004. He has lived in Spain, Venezuela and London and currently lives in Dorset, England. We’ve been showing his prints

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Gill Tyson - Slipway

Salt Stars. A series of new prints by Gill Tyson.

Gill Tyson is a printmaker who specialises in lithography, concentrating on the richness of expressive marks within this medium. Gill develops her prints by building up layers of colour to create a depth and intensity in deceptively simple and distilled imagery. Her work has been likened to “painting in slow motion”. Gill responds to remote

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Jazmin Velasco

Interview | Jazmin Velasco

Jazmin Velasco is from Guadalajara, Mexico where she studied graphic design, illustration and printmaking, while working as a cartoonist for a national newspaper in Mexico. She currently lives in the south of England where she illustrates books, makes prints and works with ceramics. Jazmin is a member of the Society of Wood Engravers, showing her

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