For Arts Sake Framing Prize awarded to Nick Richards

Our annual framing prize, awarded at the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers’ exhibition in London, goes to a printmaker whose masterful etchings depict the wind-lashed waterways of the capital   We are delighted to announce printmaker Nick Richards as the recipient of the For Arts Sake Framing Prize, awarded at the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers ‘RE

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On making the leap | Q&A with Joe Webb

From Coldplay to Cantona and shunning computers, collage and silkscreen star Joe Webb talks us through the secrets of his life and stunning work   Born in East London, now living and working from Brighton’s rural outskirts, collage star Joe Webb, 41, swapped life as a graphic designer for a career as a full-time artist six

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Exhibition | Joe Webb, ‘Lost & Found – a Retrospective’

Named one of the Evening Standard’s most ‘Exciting Young British Artists to Look Out For’, Joe Webb’s collages and silkscreens pack a powerful punch We are delighted to be hosting Joe Webb’s first ever retrospective, a large-scale solo exhibition showcasing some of his most famous pieces alongside never-before-seen new works. From the collage that catapulted him

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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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Exclusive Pre-Show Offer | Joe Webb – ‘Stirring Up a Storm’

  An exclusive online print offer to celebrate collage star Joe Webb’s new show  ‘Lost & Found’ will launch at 9am on Saturday 21 April – don’t miss it! To mark his first ever retrospective, which opens at For Arts Sake on Friday 27 April and runs to Sunday 20 May, Joe has created a

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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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Top Five Exhibitions for 2018

As For Arts Sake celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, we reveal some of the exciting exhibitions coming up in 2018. From collage superstar Joe Webb to the blackly humorous etchings of printmaker Martin Langford, there’s a treat in store for all   1. Natasha Kumar, ‘India – People and Place’   Kicking off our

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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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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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Exhibition | John Duffin | ‘City Noir – Vanishing Points’

In a major new solo exhibition at For Arts Sake this winter, John Duffin throws modern city life into bold cinematic relief The British painter and printmaker’s works imbue London and New York with the drama of light, shadow and scale     For Arts Sake is delighted to welcome painter-printmaker John Duffin back this

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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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