Skylark Galleries Artists


Pink Counting Sheep

VIVIEN PHELAN artist

It is all about having fun and bringing a smile to the viewer.
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Skylark One Gallery

COLIN RUFFELL ARTIST [INTERVIEW]

In 2012 I joined the Skylark Gallery artist’s collective. We have two art galleries on the Southbank in London approximately half way between the Tate Modern and the London Eye. I like being a Skylark artist because of the location, and we get a chance to meet art lovers from all over the world.
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Phil Found artist

Phil Found artist Phil Found’s new exhibition at Skylark Gallery 2 is entitled Summer Love. He builds further on his previous assemblages made from found objects fossicked and mudlarked on …

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Linda Samson

Linda Samson ‘The figures in Linda Samson’s work exude a distinct sense of solidity. Captured in paint, pen and ink or ceramics, they inhabit an enviably tangible space, as though …

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'Frida' by Jane Skinner

Jane Skinner artist

Jane Skinner is a most interesting, highly unusual, and very amusing artist member of the Skylark collective showing at Skylark Galleries in London. ‘Most interesting’ because the subject-matter of her …

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Trinidad Ball .. ARTIST’S STATEMENT

Trinidad Ball        ARTIST’S STATEMENT Born in Barcelona, of Catalan parents, I have lived in Spain and Latin America before moving to England, where I have lived for …

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Sara Sherwood tells us about her art.

“My Art Practice” by Sara Sherwood Aug 2017  Painting gives me a sense of freedom and escapism into another world. I listen to music and that helps me transcend into …

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Heather Tobias in conversation with Colin Ruffell.

There is a theatrical element to my work as well as humour and irony. When starting a piece of work I find the image within the work as it is revealed. So although I start with an idea it is soon changed into something unforeseen. I find this exciting and respond to the journey unraveling in front of me.
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Queens Pathway by Clare Johnson

Clare Johnson

I make images very much inspired by early hand tinted post cards where the image was printed using silk-screen or lithography in a neutral colour. They were then coloured individually by hand, often in inspiring colours which showed more than the reality.
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Reading Dark Mountain

KIT BOYD

It is perhaps where we may need to go soon…a dreaming landscape.
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