Ten incredible UK and international artists have come together to create an ecclectic show celebrating the meaning of 'difference'. Painting, woodcut print, graphic design, sculpture and installation will all be showcased as part of this amazing exhibition - definitely not to be missed.
Award winning Venezuelian designer Veronica Ettedgui joins us from the United States to celebrate 'LOVE' with a series of stunningly designed prints.
Chinese artist Yuchen Ge (Amy Keh) will be showing her collection of striking woodcut prints explores the role of the Chinese woman in society.
Printmaker Dianne Mears (Murphy) has created a series of beautiful colour inked etchings which explore different levels of 'difference', dealing with gender equality and social status and conformity.
Abstract artist Eva Merendes uses simple yet striking colour to explore the internal struggle to accept the differences between emotions and rational thinking.
Through a complicated process of using photographic emulsion and darkroom techniques, artist Patricia Ziad creates her figurative Chemigrams through a process originally invented in 1956, exploring the diversity of women.
Artist Isabelle Carr changes the viewers perception of everyday objects through the use of colour, placement and style. Isabelle will display a brand new series of work that mixes abstract and figurative elements.
Acclaimed sculptor John Williams has created a series of sensitive and powerful pieces which use the space to explore different emotions through the human form.
Abstract and textural painter Matthew King will be presenting a series of paintings which explore the changes in the environment brought about by man's intervention.
Through a series of intricately executed drawings, figurative artist Natasha Muluswela explores and celebrates what it means to be human by looking at how cultures intertwine.
Dr. Amit Sharma has spent years creating his installation which addresses human emotional tragedy by remembering those lost to suicide. His work is a sensitive display attempting to break down the barriers of mental illness.
Nolias Gallery, 60 Great Suffolk Street, Bankside, London. SE1 0BL
19th - 23rd November
Saturday 24th November - by appointment only
Private view: Tuesday 20th November, 6pm - 8.30pm