Tisna Westerhof

While my practice is grounded in printmaking, I revel in breaking down the limitations of materials and reinventing traditional handicrafts. My highly tactile works capture a child like sense of delight with a combination of humour and melancholy.

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Anthony Whishaw RA

My early work, 1950s/60s, grew out of great admiration for C. Permeke, Picasso, Cubists and especially Goya’s Black paintings whose horizontal format continues to intrigue and challenge me.

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Erika Winstone

My work is the result of an ongoing dialogue between video and painting; I work with time, change and a shifting sense of presence or absence. I particularly focus on relationships between people captured on film through sound, rhythms, words and movement.

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Gary Wragg

For me, painting celebrates the moment. It is a primal discovery of normality and impossibility cultivating everyday sensations that can be seen or felt.

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The Annual Exhibition

In years without an Open we have an Annual exhibition for members. Our latest Annual Exhibition was in December 2018, showcasing work by around 60 members.

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Other exhibitions

The group is not limited to exhibiting in London. We have shows all around the country and abroad. The Shoreham Scultpture Trail in Kent saw the group work alongside artist friends. Artwork Tisna Westerhof

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