I’ve been working away for a show with my artistic chum Rob Sample. the fruits of our labor can be found at the Underdog Gallery in the London bridge area…near that big Shard building…The show starts on friday 25th april 6pm-10pm
Arch 6 Crucifix Lane, London, SE1 3JW
Two of my paintings have took a long journey over to America for a group show at Dax Gallery
I have a few of my cityscape pieces in a group show at Gallery Different
‘My Point of View’ – An Exhibition of landscapes featuring painting by Paul Bennet, Denis Bowen, Garry Raymond-Pereira, Robin Richmond, Guy Portelli, Matt Small and photography by Julie Chamberlain.
Among all of the subjects that can be the focus for artists, for the viewer, landscapes are probably the most familiar and understood. In reality however landscape painting and drawing is as much a glimpse into the mind of the artist as any other subject. In this exhibition six artists who choose to work with landscape, each with a very different style and approach, give us their point of view.
Next thursday (13th feb) begins a new two human show featuring my new sculpture works, rust portraits and a couple of paintings. These can be seen at the James Freeman Gallery down in Islington North London
The art magazine Very Nearly Almost has done a feature on Me, Myself and I…Mc Cooly Small.
There will be a launch night for the mag….
VNA issue 24 launches on Thursday the 7th of November at 32-34 Kingsland Rd, London E2 8DA . 6-9pm
This thursday 17th sees the start of Moniker Art Fair
I shall have a few of my big beastly paintings hanging in there…
I will be showing some new paintings and sculptures at the Strarta Art FAir. My works can be found at the Gallery Different stand.
The fair begins this thursday and is being held at the swanky spanky Saatchi Gallery…….nice
Gallery Different is excited to be exhibiting at the first STRARTA Art Fair, which will take place from the 10th to the 13th October inclusive.
Venue: SAATCHI GALLERY
Duke of York’s HQ
I have some new work in this group show at Gallery Different…..thursday 26th of this month is the opening..roll on down and have a gander
In a world increasingly dominated by media imagery, the rendering of portraiture is changing. No longer is it merely a statement about the portrait subject immortalising their perceived place in the world, but is much more a statement by the artist both on the art of portraiture itself, and on the concepts of identity, social acceptance, self image, social and political inequality and the role of celebrity. The artists in this exhibition explore these themes in a range of media and genres including painting, sculpture, mixed media and photography – demonstrating our continuing obsession with the ‘Face’
Thursday 26th September
Johan Andersson, Martyn Baldwin, Nathan Browning, Mike Clay,
Charlie Davies, Rebecca Fontaine-Wolf, Mauricio Foubert, Keith Haynes, Francoise Nielly, Maggie Nolan, Cinzia Pellin,Guy Portelli, Matthew Small,
Paul Thwaites, Johan Wahlstrom, Suzie Zamit
Ive had a great time working at the Thames Barrier Print studio.
Kevin is the latest etching to be completed there, thanks to Nick for helping make both Letisha and Kevin happen, and to Nelly Duff for being such a stellar lass of a gallery…