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Connectivity in Diversity

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Gabriel Fine Art proudly present

 

Eternal London - living organism

 

19th - 24th APRIL 2016

 

Open: 10am - 10pm

 

at the Tabernacle W11, Notting Hill

 

PRIVATE SHOW AND ARTIST TALK : WED 20TH APRIL 6-10PM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

with a special installation by Ewing Paddock -  Painting London Underground

 

 

 

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Exhibiting Artists:

 

Roberta de Caro

 

Charlotte Durie

 

Suzie Myatt

 

Ewing Paddock

 

Neil Perry

 

Anatoly Rudakov

 

Brian Southam

 

Maria Vesterinen

 

Richard Walker

 

Paul Wuensche

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paul, Janet, Paul London cover Tube seats

 

 

WORKSHOP BY Sally Kindberg!

 

AT theTabernacle on Saturday 23rd April

 

Mammoths?  Skeletons?  Treasure?  Join author/illustrator Sally Kindberg and draw some

of the amazing and mysterious things discovered underneath London ... Draw what's in

your own network of tunnels which could go on for ever ... More information in SK's Draw It!

London, one of her series of activity books published by Bloomsbury.

 

 

RSVP to info@gabrielfineart.co.uk

Sales Enquiries contact Maria      M: +44 (0) 778 369 2277

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'A Foggy Day in London Town' was the 1937 song written by George Gershwin. When visitors arrive in London they still expect to experience the fog, see the Queen, visit the Tower and drink warm beer.

 

Of course you can still find these, but modern London, is not just a historical theme park. The city of over 100 languages, changes and evolves all the time. The kaleidoscope of culture, history and tradition is always shifting and reforming. London is a city of distinctive areas and villages, which you may only discover...if you get lost, without a map. You may even encounter an artist if you are lucky.

 

Artists work within this maze, fending off the corporate world that devours everything in it's path. The new glass temples of commerce, constantly under construction, disguise the fact there is a huge diverse, creative organism existing just under the radar.. (Richard Walker)