'From Portloe to Portland Road' Tregony Gallery Cornwall, is delighted to present its first exhibition for 2019, Assembleº in central London.
9 - 22 January 2019
at After Nyne Gallery, 10 Portland Road, Holland Park, W11 4LA
Assembleº will introduce our impressive contemporary artists to a new audience and share our distinctive vision and approach to curating and collecting art.
Assembleº brings together a group of artists for whom observation and appearance is the touchstone of their practice and is rendered through their diverse perspectives and modes of expression.
Artists will include Jennifer Pochinski, Dean Fisher, Josephine Robinson from America, members of the prestigious artist collective The London Group, faculty and alumni from the Slade School of Fine Art, Camberwell, Royal College of Art and the Royal Drawing School. Cornish artists Mark Dunford, Dana Finch, Kay Vinson, John Brenton, Judi Green, Karen McEndoo, David Moore, Tom Leaper, Bridget Macklin and invited guest artists.
Each artist possesses something different about how they measure and interpret the world. Mark Dunford, Sarah Spackman and Kay Vinson construct their visual experience through the composition of subject matter and the relationship to the space around them. Whilst David Moore, Karen McEndoo and Dana Finch engage the viewer using fluid washes of colour, abstracted form and expressive brushwork to create reimagined landscapes.
In Assembleº Daniel Preece confronts the viewer with a deep stillness surveying the balance of structural form and interrelated planes of colour, finding a counterpoint in Euan McGregor’s facets of tone that narrate the human feeling and representations of Cornish sites.
We will present a series of 'artists' talks' on Saturday 12 and 19 January 2019
Details www.tregonygallery.co.uk RSVP to email@example.com to book a place.
A percentage of sales will go to our friends at The Cornwall Community Foundation, the largest grant-awarding charity in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.