Mixed Winter Exhibition
3 - 24 December
A floor-to-ceiling packed show of paintings, prints, sculpture and ceramics by Julian Bailey NEAC, Steven Hubbard, Parastoo Ganjei, Hugo Grenville, Sara Ingleby-MacKenzie, Honor Jolliffe, Andrew Lansley, Alex Lowery, Mike Service, and Nick Tidnam PRBA, among others.
Biographies for each artist can be found at the bottom of this page.
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Talking of Michelangelo
oil on canvas
122 x 137cm
acrylic on canvas
40 x 40cm
Roses From Far Away
acrylic on canvas
61 x 76cm
Julian Bailey NEAC
Julian Bailey’s awards include the Turner Gold Medal (1986), Landseer Scholarship (1999), Hunting Art Prize finalist (2004), David Messum Prize (2011) and he became an elected member of the New English Art Club in 2011. His works are in the collections of HRH The Prince of Wales, The National Trust, New College Oxford, Pembroke College Oxford, Daiwa Bank, among many other corporate and private collections. Julian Bailey regularly shows his work in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, as well as holding solo exhibitions in London, Australia and the United States of America.
Parastoo Ganjei, born in 1952 in Iran, comes from an artistic family, with a grandfather who was a prominent painter. She paints still lifes as well as landscapes. Roses are a favourite subject for her and she captures the weight of the flower heads beautifully whilst keeping a strong sense of movement.
Exhibiting widely in the United Kingdom, her work has proved to be extremely popular. She is a member of the Society of Floral Painters and the National Acrylic Painters Association. Represented by David Simon Contemporary since Summer 2016. Two- person exhibition with Chloe Holt ‘Floribundance Absolute’ Summer 2017. First solo exhibition at David Simon Contemporary October 2019.
Hugo Grenville first exhibited in London at the Chelsea Arts Society at the age
of 15. After serving in the British Army, he studied at Chelsea School of Art and Heatherley’s. Painting full- time since the age of 30, HugoGrenville has had 21 solo shows in London, New York and Palm Beach.
Showing for the first time at David Simon Contemporary December 2018. Solo exhibition 2019. His work can be found in the Collections of Edinburgh City Council, The Worshipful Company
of Ironmongers, Ministry of Defence, The China Club, Hong Kong, The Tresco Estate, Pembroke Management, The Duke of Devonshire, The Earl of Verulam.
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.
Hannah Ivory Baker
Hannah Ivory Baker’s work is inspired by the natural world; the rugged Cornish coast to the serenity of the Somerset levels, all of which provide a wealth of artistic opportunity, creative interpretation and expression. Each pieces is derived from a plein air sketch done in oil or charcoal. She has exhibited regularly across the south west of England and in London.
Honor Jolliffe completed her Foundation in Art and Design at Falmouth School
of Art, before studying languages and enjoying a career in international human rights work. Twenty-five years later, she returned to painting full-time. She has also been studying drawing – and by extension painting – with Saied Dai and Charlotte Sorapure for the last six years. In Honor’s work there can be seen a strong love of colour, structure, form and pattern and an enjoyment of finding a beauty in simple everyday objects.
Andrew Lansley, winner of Bath Society of Artists’ ‘David Simon Contemporary Award’ 2017, works in egg tempera, focusing on landscape and marine subjects. Lansley is the current Chairman of Bath Society of Artists. He won the 2016 Royal Watercolour Society Award and has exhibited at the Royal Academy, RWA and numerous shows at the Mall Galleries, including the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours, Royal Society of Marine Artists, New English Art Club, Royal Society of British Artists, Sunday Times Watercolour and Lynn Painter Stainers Prizes.
Andrew Lansley’s paintings are in a number of important corporate collections. He has been specially commissioned to paint works for the collections of John Lewis Partnership; The Royal United Hospital, Bath; Roman Baths, Bath and Homewood Spa Hotel. He is spending part of this summer painting in the Arctic, before setting out for Antarctica in 2019, having been selected by The Scott Polar Research Institute as their Resident Artist.
Born 1957 in London, Alex Lowery studied at Bath Academy, Sir John Cass School of Art and the Central School of Art. He has painted and shown regularly in Dorset and London since 1994. He exhibitied for many years with Art First in London and has shown at the Estorick Collection and at Browse and Darby. His work is in many distinguished private collections as well as the Dorset County Hospital Art Collection, Great Ormond Street Hospital, St George’s Hospital Tooting and the Fidelity International Art Collection.
Mike Service trained in Fine Art at Bath Spa University after taking early retirement from his first career. Over the past few years Mike Service has exhibited his paintings widely in the UK including in Bath London and at the Royal West of England Academy, Bristol. He has also undertaken a
number of private commissioned works.
Painting in oils with palette knife and brush, there is a spontaneity and speed to his work, which creates a lively and active composition with a carefully considered, limited colour palette. Taking inspiration from Nicolas de Stael, Service has an adept talent with his palette knife and it is his clever approach to semi-figurative painting that keeps his paintings always full of constant interest to the viewer. Whether painting still-life subjects or the landscapes of Ile de Ré, Salema or the Somerset hills, one is always struck by the artist’s clear enjoyment and skill of handling paint. First solo exhibition with David Simon Contemporary 2019.
Nick Tidnam PRBA NEAC
Born in Leicestershire and brought up in London, Nick Tidnam studied at Camberwell School of Art in the sixties under tutors including Christopher Chamberlain, Dick Lee and Michael Rothenstein. In 2001 Tidnam was elected a member of The Royal Society of British Artists and became President of the Society in 2017. In 2003 he contributed to the publication ‘Learn to paint and draw’ and ‘Oils and Acrylics’ by Cassell Publications in 2004. His works are in public and private collections in the UK and private collections in the USA, Australia, Germany, Greece, India, and France.