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Our must see exhibitions in London for 2018

2018 is shaping up to be a wonderful year for art lovers with plenty of exciting exhibitions on show throughout the year in some of the city’s most iconic venues. Here is our must see list for creative inspiration…   ALL TOO HUMAN | BACON, FREUD AND A CENTURY OF PAINTING LIFE 28 FEBRUARY – 27 AUGUST […]

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INTRODUCING…ANGELA EDWARDS

We are delighted to introduce work by Angela Edwards to the gallery. Angela has always worked within the creative industries and over the past five years has been able to fully focus on her art career. She graduated in 2014 with a BA (hons) First Class in Fine Art. In the same period she was actively involved […]

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COLIN TAYLOR: THE NARRATIVE OF THE LANDSCAPE

For as long as he can remember, Colin Taylor has been fascinated by ‘landscape’. Why it looks the way it does, how it is managed, used and abused and in the context of his arts practice; how landscape has been used to represent personal experience within a single visual image. Having graduated from Nottingham Trent […]

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Christmas gift ideas

With the gift giving season upon us, take advantage of the Own Art scheme to give an extra special gift this year! Own Art makes buying art easy and affordable by letting you spread the cost of your purchase over 10 months with an interest free loan. We’ve brought together a selection of our favourite works […]

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Flora McLachlin: A Moment out of Time

Flora McLachlan studied at Brighton College before moving on to read English at Oxford University in 1994. In 1999, she took a Professional Development Diploma in Illustration at West Herts College, Watford and in January 2008 she was elected as an Associate Membership of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers (RE). Flora’s paintings and etchings are […]

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Bill Bate & the human form

Bill Bate was born in Liverpool in 1962 and is a graduate in Fine Art from the Central School of Art London (now known as Central Saint Martins). His work focuses on the human form. By the use of dramatic light his atmospheric works are emotional responses to the body in movement, at rest, and the body […]

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Nathan Jones - The woods Of Daedalus - Hicks Gallery

Nathan Jones: landscape as stage

Nathan Jones’ credits his artistic training as beginning sitting at the kitchen table and incessantly drawing with felt-tips as a five years old! His formal training started at Hastings College of Art with a BTEC Foundation course in Art & Design followed by a BA (Hons) in Fine Art: Painting at Cheltenham College of Higher […]

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Caroline Yates’ new works

Earlier this month, Caroline Yates talked through the “huge developmental leap” in her new works now on show in the gallery with SW Londoner… She offered insight into her inspiration, techniques and the narrative behind her paintings. Read the full article here: http://www.swlondoner.co.uk/caroline-yates-opens-new-solo-show-wimbledon-art-gallery/ 

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Bruce Mclean at the V&A

A not-to-be-missed event, as part of the London Design Festival, Hicks Gallery artist Bruce McLean will be exhibiting his new ceramics collection at the renowned Victoria & Albert Museum. Bruce McLean was born in Glasgow and studied at Glasgow School of Art from 1961 to 1963, and at Saint Martin’s School of Art, London, from 1963 […]

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Caroline Yates: inspiration, influences & artistic life

We are very much looking forward to hosting Caroline Yates’ solo show in September and took some time to meet with her and learn a little about what makes her tick… Red Carpet Red Shoes  What made you decide to become a painter? Although I studied printmaking and printed textile design, all my work was […]

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In focus: Bobbie Russon

We are proud to be showing the captivating works of Bobbie Russon and earlier this month we delved into her inspiration and subjects to bring her works into focus… Bobbie Russon creates bold and moving depictions of predominately female figures, mapping a path of loss, awkward self-awareness and developing sexuality; she communicates her excruciating shyness […]

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Peter Blake Dazzle 'A'

Summer at Hicks Gallery: Peter Blake dazzles…

We are delighted to present this Dazzle Alphabet portfolio, Peter Blake’s first alphabet series since 2007. Available as either 27 individual prints or as a box set, featuring Blake’s signature Pop Art style Dazzle motifs.        Godfather of British pop art, Sir Peter Blake, is one of the twentieth-century’s foremost British pop artists. Employing an astonishing array of styles and techniques, […]

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Own art - Hicks Gallery

Own Art

We are very excited to announce we are now members of the Own Art scheme. Own Art allows you to spread the cost of contemporary art with an interest free loan, you can borrow up to £2,500 towards your purchases with representative 0% APR.

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Joe Webb - Citizens of the earth

Welcoming back Joe Webb

We are very excited to have work from Joe Webb back in the gallery. Exploring themes from global warming, war, and famine he recreates his imagery with a light humour whilst still tackling the harsh realities the world is facing.

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New work from Tom Marine and Christine Relton

We are very excited to have new work from painting duo Christine Relton and Tom Marine up in the gallery. It is almost a year since the last new work from them as they have been in high demand, showing Singapore, Hong Kong, New York, Stockholm, Brussels, Milan, Amsterdam, Utrecht and Toronto.

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Colin Taylor - Djemma el fna

NEW ARTIST COLIN TAYLOR

We are very excited to have new artist Colin Taylor’s work up in the gallery this month. His vibrant street scenes from all over the world

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