Linear - 13th Jan
Five artists featuring illustration, painting, photography and montage, curated by Phil Miller,
Private View on Saturday 13th January between 6.00pm and 9.00pm. All Welcome.
Daisy de Villeneuve
Daisy de Villeneuve studied Fashion Design and Fine Art at Parsons School of Design in both New York and Paris. She has made a name for herself with her funky, felt-tip illustrations. Daisy has worked with leading magazines, shops, design institutions and museums around the world, including Vogue, Wallpaper*, Elle Decoration, Topshop, Nike, Missoni, Habitat, Liberty’s London, Fashion & Textile Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum.
James Johnston is a founder member of long standing London group Gallon Drunk, and a former member of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds. Most recently he has been recording and touring with PJ Harvey with the album The Hope Six Demolition Project and on music for the play The Nest, which premiered at The Young Vic in London in 2016. He has also previously collaborated with groups such as Faust, Barry Adamson and Lydia Lunch. His first solo album was released in 2016.
James turned to painting 2017, working in hotel rooms while on tour with PJ Harvey, primarily as an exercise in breaking musical writer's block, and subsequently becoming a daily practice. 'Linear' marks the first exhibition of his paintings.
High quality giclee prints, signed and numbered by the artist (in an edition of 10) are now available at the following prices:
Little Red Boat and Wave - £145
The Metropolitan Line - £185
Chapel and Crow - £185
Red Horse - £185
Portrait - Reading - £185
Frozen Road and Telegraph Pole - £185
Family and Ghosts Walking Into The Sea - £185
Hillside Tree and Birds - (edition 1 of 1) £225
Postage will be added depending on country, but only charged at cost.
If you'd like to order a print then contact the gallery with an email on the contact page and then payment details can be forwarded to you accordingly.
Sadie Hennessy is an artist and ‘shenanigator’ . She creates 2D and 3D collages, installations and live events and has exhibited widely in the UK and beyond. Recently she caused headlines with her children’s tattoo parlour (‘My First Tattoo’) in Whitstable High Street She likes to scratch at the veneer of civilised society, to find the darkness underneath, but always uses humour to do so, even if it does come from the blacker end of the comic spectrum. She lives and works in Whitstable, Kent with her 2 children, and a Basset Hound called Dennis. She has an MA in Fine Art from Central St. Martin’s and is licensed to sell wines and spirits.
Helen Caddick is a South London born Composer, Arranger and Songwriter. She sees music in everything and is drawn to subjects which resonate musically or lend themselves to narrative. She began exhibiting her artworks in 2015 as part of the Whitstable assembly group and open house. Her most recent composition Amphora, scored for Soprano and ensemble, inspired by Jean Arp and the artist dancer Sophie Taeuber, received its world premiere in October 2017 at Turner Contemporary, Margate. Her work has featured in the UK and abroad, on Sky Arts, BBC Radio 3, Channel Radio, Resonance FM and been performed as part of Secret Southbank at the Queen Elizabeth Hall. As an arranger, she has worked on critically acclaimed albums, including The Magical World of the Strands, Here’s Tom with the Weather and Time Machine with singer songwriter Michael Head. Film scores include Memo directed by Ian Cross, part of a series of films on the subject of Artificial Intelligence for Channel 4 and Inflight directed by Ian Cross and Steven Marshall with photography by Maria Mochnacz known for her work with PJ Harvey.
Her work can be found on bandcamp: https://helencaddick.bandcamp.com
For further information visit: www.helencaddick.com
Phil is an artist, photographer and filmmaker. Most recently he filmed and directed Amphora…the making of exploring the process behind the creation of Amphora composed by Helen Caddick. Installed at Turner Contemporary, Margate, it was exhibited throughout November2017 til January 2018.
Miller’s artwork focuses on documenting and celebrating the minutiae of everyday life through intricate photo based collage work. His work has been exhibited in galleries in London, Cologne, The Cannes film festival and displayed and sold through the department store Liberty of London.
He has created artwork for the feature film The Last Photograph, Directed by Danny Huston and imagery for magazines such as Wallpaper and Elle Decoration.