Johanna Bolton: Body Building, detail (attic, Small House Two) Johanna Bolton: BODY BUILDING "The origin of this work [for Bolton] was a photography project with the intention to find poses with strong shapes that could be viewed as parts of a series - either a series of movements or a system of symbols, a kind…Read more Johanna Bolton: BODY BUILDING
With her fabric collection as her paint box, Jo Evans creates abstract art with textiles. She makes 'paintings' using beautiful natural fabrics such as linen and silk, manipulating but also relinquishing control to the warp and weft. At first glance the work is minimal, almost flat but on closer inspection oozing texture and tone. She…Read more Jo Evans: Such Curious Notes in the Margin of the Private Mind
My current work is centred on drawing, building equivalents between the visual forces inherent in the language of drawing and particle interactions explored by the physicist. Both are elemental building blocks of our diverse specialisms that reveal a history of shared ideas on the nature of reality since the early 20th century. A residency at the University…Read more Ian Andrews: Tiny Collision Event Experiments
The Skip Sisters are a group of five gorgeous, socially and environmentally conscious artist/makers who, between 2006 - 2015, have been rescuing discarded materials and objects from the fate of landfill, by restoring, repurposing, and upcycling them into new and desirable objects again. Between them, they made sculptural objects, clocks, jewellery, textiles and more out…Read more Upcycled Miniature Treasures in the Attic of Small House Two by three of the Skip Sisters
Edori Fertig is a full time artist, an art teacher, a founding member of the Skip Sisters, and the music duo Deptford Wives, and an active member of South London Women Artists. She is an American Brit from New York who has lived in London for half her life. She studied art at RISD ('Risdy'…Read more Edori Fertig: Meditations on Blue
Over time the space has become too small.It was the perfect fit before. Feel the surface....The Wooden boards now rough like bark,To remember the dust on feet,The Splinters embedded under fingernails. Touch the walls that were meant to protect but instead trapped.They whisper as fingertips brush the texture of the wallpaper. Listen. Is it him?…Read more Jenny Nash: Two Feet In The Wardrobe
CAPTAIN VIOLET VINTAGE takes over our latest ‘property acquisitions' - Small House Two & Small House Cottage. INTRODUCING: SMALL HOUSE TWO! February 2021 Small House Two has been lovingly restored, renovated and repainted and as soon as the paint was dry, in went these fresh & floral vintage brooches (& earrings & pendants) from the…Read more CAPTAIN VIOLET VINTAGE: WINTER TAKEOVER (and, introducing: Small House Two & Small House Cottage!)
VICTORIA RANCE‘s Mini Solo Show: INHABIT (16 December 2020 - 8 January 2021) includes selected works inspired by mythology, folklore, Jungian psychology, numinosity, human ecology and our ecological imperative, taken from three distinct series of her hand-held sculptures: No Name, The Sleep of Reason, and Otherworld.
Once upon a time, in 2019 in fact, there lived a girl called Mia. Mia, who was six and three quarters years old at the time, lived on a Spanish island with her mummy, Sonia, and their two Spanish cats. Even though they lived in Spain now, Mia was an English girl, as she was born in London. One day, when Mia and Sonia were visiting London again, Sonia called on her very close friend, Eldi, to see if she wouldn't mind babysitting Mia for a couple of days while Sonia had to travel overseas for work.
an installation of two dollshouses, stacked one on top of the other, made while Eldi was having a clear-out... Eldi kept hold of the toys and games with missing parts and pieces that no one but an artist would want. Her daughter kept the things she felt sentimentally attached to, and the rest went...