Marilza Gouvea exhibition in the salon from July 2017

Marilza Gouvea returns to Beaucatcher with a new solo exhibition starting on 2 July 2017 and we will host a private view for her work on Sunday 9 July. The salon will welcome you at 6pm for drinks and a little meet and greet with Marilza until 9pm.

Marilza is a local artist, working in ceramics and painting. She trained in ceramics and design at Goldsmith College. Marilza paints in watercolour and acrylic. She has a studio in Broadway Market, that she shares with ceramic artist Marcio Mattos. Marilza says her main inspiration is in colour, textures and music.

There is a musicality in painting and a painterly quality in music

Gina Southgate’s Winter Warmer exhibition and Christmas shop

Gina Southgat'e Winter Warmer

Gina Southgate is a live painter, best known for delivering spontaneous, intuitive, site specific artworks that capture the frisson of live musical performance. Her reputation has grown on the international jazz scene where she’s painted and performed for three decades. She carries this unique energy and vibrancy into her abstract and landscape work. Continue reading Gina Southgate’s Winter Warmer exhibition and Christmas shop

Ed Taylor exhibition

Ed Taylor - Clissold ParkWe have a new art exhibition on now in the salon, with gorgeous local photography by our long-time client Ed Taylor. Ed is an art director, photographer and illustrator, and he says about himself:

I studied at Kingston University (BA hons Illustration – 1st class) graduating with an internationally award-winning animated film — which led to a career as a designer and director of computer animation where I’ve since created a number of animated series and numerous television commercials. In more recent years I’ve fallen in love with photography – which has afforded some respite from dark rooms with bearded men and computers (you can have too much of a good thing!) 
I’ve lived in “Stokey” for almost 17 years and feel wonderfully at home here. Heaven knows how many times I’ve run around the park and strolled up and down Church Street all the while noting the little changes and improvements. Clissold Park is moments from my home and you can see a number of photographs capturing its best bits. I’m especially fond of the blue paddling pool: home of wild splashing and screams of delight on a summer’s day, becoming a serene mirror as the sun sets: Inspiration for my “Stokey Submarine” image. This exhibition shows new limited edition photographs – many taken locally – that have not been previously published or exhibited. I hope you enjoy the pictures!