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Art in the Lexi Gallery Bar

Showing Times

 

Wallis Eates, Like an Orange With Wings, Tue 7 Jan - Mon 17 Feb

Wallis Eates is a comics artist and storyteller who takes inspiration from real life narratives, promoting voices rarely heard. ‘Wings’ is a collaboration with writer Victoria Anderson and the men of HMP Wandsworth, documenting their time working together in the prison.  ‘Like an Orange’ tells stories of the brain injury survivors she met at the charity Headway’s art studio, ‘Submit to Love’, and is due to be published by Unbound Books. Wallis has just been awarded an Arts Council Grant to support her work on 'Like an Orange'.

Contact:  walliseates@gmail.com | Instagram and Twitter @walliseates | www.walliseates.wixsite.com/walliseateswww.etsy.com/uk/shop/WallisEates
To crowdfund ‘Like an Orange’ go to www.unbound.com/books/like-an-orange

 

Group ExhibitionIdols to Icons: An art exploration through the love of cinema, Tue 18 Feb - Mon 30 Mar

This group show features work from artists George Katralis, Adam Stothard, Ben Turner, Bernie Jezowski, Freya Betts, James Hobson, Sam Mayle and Si Heard.  

When a group of film-loving artists get together, the enthusiasm is infectious.  It sometimes feels a bit odd to receive a compliment from a peer you greatly admire. The remedy for this, we figured, is to display the work all together and celebrate how each artist brings their own unique style to the show. 

Contact:  George Katralis, info@made-by-george.com

 

 

Tania Freimuth, photography, Tue 31 Mar - Mon 11 May

Tania is an award winning cinematographer as well as a photographer.  Her photos have been exhibited at the Louvre and published in the national press.  This project arises from her interest in Shibumi, a Japanese aesthetic of simple, subtle, and unobtrusive beauty. These pictures aim to capture the individual character of a single cut flower in the moment of blooming, and to encourage us to experience the physical sensation of seeing. 

Contact: mail@taniafreimuth.com
Website: https://www.sevenelements.uk

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