Part two of our exiting show sees Mark Powell's work , offset by the work of three other emerging talents.
Winner of this year's Jerwood Student Drawing Prize, Annette Fernando is a graduate of St. Martins. Heavily influenced by cinematic images, we will be showing a selection of works, including pieces from the series
"Wait A Minute. It's The Truth And The Truth Hurts", from which her award winning work was selected.
French born Emma Vidal attended Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, graduating in Fine Art, before being awarded the Paul Artspace artist residency, in the USA. She has also been selected for the Clyde&Co Art award 2014, ING Discerning Eye 2014 and Jerwood Drawing Prize 2013.
Graduate of both the Wimbledon College of Art, and the Ontario College of art and design, Rafal Zawistowski's work examines duality within landscape and portraiture,dealing with notions of beauty and ugliness in the human figure. His first solo show in London was bought, en suite, by Charles Saatchi .