Impressions on Paper

22 January - 20 February 2016

 

An exhibition devoted to works of art on paper through watercolour, drawing, etching, linocut and wood-cut prints. The show includes watercolours of interiors by Hugh Buchanan; linocut prints by Steven Hubbard, etchings by Mary Jane-Jones; oil on Fabriano paper and watercolours on vintage envelopes by Dion Salvador Loyd; ink drawings by Peter Lloyd-Jones, drawings and etchings by Peter Randall-Page and watercolours by David Ralph Simpson. Coinciding with this exhibition the gallery will also be showing the geometric white porcelain ceramics by Keith Varney.

 

The gallery will also be at the Works on Paper Fair in London 11 – 14 February on Stand 113.

 

Peter Lloyd-Jones

Tabletop Still Life
ink on paper
40 x 60cm

 

Peter Lloyd-Jones

Still Life with Staffordshire figurine and Pomegranates
ink on paper
122 x 122cm

 

Peter Lloyd-Jones

Still Life with Staffordshire figurines, bulbs & Pomegranates
ink on paper
65 x 120cm

 

 

Peter Lloyd-Jones, born 1956, studied at Ruskin School of Drawing and Art from 1977-1979, continued to read Fine Art for his Post Graduate Degree at Oxford and went on to study ay the Royal Academy of Arts from 1980-1983. His painting has continued to attract favourable reviews and critiques including in the Arts Review, Country Life, The Spectator and The Oxford Times. Lloyd-Jones has exhibited regularly in London, Oxford and Maine, U.S.A.

 

 

Hugh Buchanan
Belton
watercolour on paper
38 x 56cm

 

 

Hugh Buchanan
The Opening Door
watercolour on paper
56 x 38cm

 

Hugh Buchanan
Seaton Delaval
watercolour on paper
38 x 56cm

 

 

Hugh Buchanan
Paperwork
watercolour on paper
56 x 38cm

 

 

Hugh Buchanan

William Kent Chair, South Tribune, Holkham

watercolour

56 x 75cm

 

 

Hugh Buchanan

Interior at Keddleston

watercolour

76 x 38cm

 

 

Hugh Buchanan studied at Edinburgh College of Art and has been commissioned to paint interiors by the Prince of Wales at Balmoral and Highgrove; The House of Commons and the National Trust. His paintings are also in the collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum, Edinburgh City Art Centre, the University of Edinburgh, the University of Aberdeen, the Bank of Scotland, Flemings Bank, Deutsche Bank, the National Trust for Scotland and the English National Trust. In 2002 he was commissioned by the House of Lords to paint the lying in state of the Queen Mother at the Palace of Westminster. In 2005 his paintings featured in Watercolours and Drawings from the Collection of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh and Queen's Gallery, London.

 

 

Steven Hubbard

Fireworks

linocut print, ed. 60

33 x 25cm

 

 

Steven Hubbard

The Fan

linocut print, ed. 50

33 x 28cm

 

 

Steven Hubbard

House of Cards

linocut print

36 x 25cm

 

Telephone

linocut print, ed 50

30 x 30cm

 

Tube Station

linocut print, ed 50

15 x 23cm

 

 

The Coronet

linocut print, ed 60

22 x 25cm

 

 

Scales

linocut print, ed 50

33 x 33cm

 

 

Steven Hubbard, born in London in 1954 studied fine art at Gloucestershire College of Art and Design. He has taught fine art for over 30 years and has held regular one-man exhibitions in London. He regularly exhibits at the Royal Academy Summer Show and the Royal West of England Academy, the Royal Society of Portrait Painters. Hubbard has three different practices – linocut printmaking, painting and marquetry-based constructions.

 

 

Mary Jane Jones

Chair and Grandfather Clock

etching

 

Mary Jane Jones

In the Dining Room

aquatint

 

Mary Jane Jones

Tabletop

etching

 

Mary Jane Jones

Snow Trees I

etching

 

 

Mary Jane Jones

Snow Trees I

etching

 

 

Mary Jane Jones, is fascinated by domestic interiors and is showing a series of recent etchings. Born in 1976, Mary studied Fine Art at the University of Reading and History of Art at University of St Andrews. Mary has exhibited her work across the United Kingdom including in London with the New English Art Club, Royal Society of British Artists, Society of Women Artists and The Discerning Eye Exhibition.

 

 

Peter Randall-Page
Scarab I

linocut, edition of 30

23 x 20cm

 

Peter Randall-Page

Li

linocut, edition of 30

 

 

Peter Randall-Page

Scarab II

linocut, edition of 30

23 x 20cm

 

 

Peter Randell-Page RA studied sculpture at Bath Academy of Art from 1973-1977 and has gained an international reputation through his sculpture, drawings and prints. He has undertaken numerous large-scale commissions and exhibited widely. His work is held in public and private collections throughout the world including Japan, South Korea, Australia, USA, Turkey, Eire, Germany and the Netherlands. His public sculptures can be found in many locations throughout the UK and his work is in the permanent collections of the Tate Gallery and the British Museum amongst others. His practice has always been informed and inspired by the study natural phenomena and its subjective impact on our emotions.

 

 

David Ralph Simpson

Beech trees,

Bayard's Barn

oil on paper

13.5 x 19.5 cm

 

 

David Ralph Simpson

St.Nectan's Church, Stoke, Hartland

oil on paper

12 x 20 cm

 

 

David Ralph Simpson

From Instow

oil on paper

14.5 x 20.5 cm

 

 

David Ralph Simpson

Off Gallantry Head, Clovelly

watercolour

36 x 36cm

 

 

David Ralph Simpson

Purbeck Coastline watercolour and intaglio ink

20 x 12 cm

David Ralph Simpson

Lady Atlas

collage with oil on newspaper

106 x 76cm

 

David Ralph Simpson
The Intrepid Paddler: Homage to Caspar David Friedrich

oil and collage

18 x 30cm
 

 

 

David Ralph Simpson
Winter Blandscape

ink on paper

18 x 36cm
 

 

 

David Ralph Simpson
Passing Eggardon

ink on paper

18 x 36cm

 

 

David Ralph Simpson
Doch-an-Dorris, Tristan & Isolde

ink & acrylic on paper

18 x 36cm

 

Born 1963 in Plymouth, David Ralph Simpson studied Fine Art at Newcastle University in 1985. David Ralph Simpson has held regular solo exhibitions in London and galleries across England since 1987. His work has also been included in numerous group exhibitions including the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.

David Ralph Simpson has undertaken commissioned projects for Land Securities, London 2005, Glyndebourne Opera 2004, Glyndebourne Opera 2000, Exeter City Council 1995, Television South West 1989 and the Royal School for the Deaf, Exeter 1988. Prizes include Bridport Open Prize 1994, Laing Competition 1994 & ’90 and Brewhouse Open 1986. His work can be found in private collections throughout Europe and the United States of America.

 

Burn
oil on Fabriano paper

25 x 35cm

 

 

Honeyhill
oil on Fabriano paper

25 x 35cm

 

 

Birdland
oil on Fabriano paper

25 x 35cm

 

 

Dion Salvador Lloyd

Candescent

oil on Fabriano paper

25 x 35cm

 

 

Dion Salvador Lloyd

Archaic

oil on Fabriano paper

25 x 35cm

 

 

Dion Salvador Lloyd

Nightingale
oil on Fabriano paper

25 x 35cm

 

 

Dion Salvador Lloyd was born in Brighton in 1967. His work has been exhibited widely across the UK and in 2011 had been selected for the Royal Academy “Summer Exhibition”, Discerning Eye, RWA in Bristol and ROI at the Mall Galleries, London. He currently lives and works in Brighton, UK as a full time practicing artist. First solo exhibition with David Simon Contemporary, Bath 2015. Next solo exhibition November 2017.

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