D&G|OUT: James Harvey British Art, London
Dumfries and Galloway popped up in Chelsea: this short exhibition of visual art and sculpture included a series of talks and workshops at James Harvey British Art on Langton Street. The first run from 24 April - 2 May went so well that it was extended until the following weekend.
24 April – 2 May
James Harvey British Art, 15 Langton St, London SW10 0JL
We ran a series of artists' talks and demonstrations as part of D&G | OUT: Spring Fling in London. They all took place at James Harvey British Art in Chelsea.
Clare Melinsky Talk and demonstration of the renowned illustrator’s work using lino cut prints.
Katharine Wheeler An artist’s presentation centring around personal development but in strong relationship to artistic practice in rural Dumfries & Galloway.
Margaret Walty: Glorious Detail An artist’s journey in portraying the intricacies of nature, from jewellery, to book illustration and Gold medal-winning botanical art.
Amy Winstanley & Patti Lean: Spreading Light on Abstract Painting, Artists in Conversation Creating debate and discussion around abstract painting and its processes.
Adam Booth An illustrated talk about the artist’s work as a blacksmith, using samples showing the transformation of steel in high temperature.
Lucianne Lassalle Talk with images of modelling a life size clay figure for casting in bronze or resin.
Silvana McLean: Northlandings An illustrated talk about how travels in Iceland and Shetland have influenced the artist’s work.
Artists who showed their work in this exhibition were: