Visit Skylark Galleries at Grand Designs Live, 5-13 May

Eleven Skylark Galleries artists are showing at the new Grand Art Fair section of Grand Designs Live, which takes place at Excel London, Docklands, from 5 to 13 May. You can find us at stand L141 in the Grand Interior Hall. Paintings, prints and sculptures by the gallery artists are on sale and can be taken home on the day.

It’s the first year that the fair has had an art section, and the first time Skylark Galleries have been had a stand at the fair. See the banner at the top of this post to buy tickets at up to £9 off (until 5 May). Follow us on @skylarkgallery and come and see us at the stand:

Trinidad Ball is showing a new collection of minimalist paintings inspired by her search for peace and equilibrium in modern life

Kit Boyd has an affinity with the neo-romantics, his images of rural idylls often featuring such modern elements as wind farms and power stations

Michelle Elwell is represented by digitally manipulated photographs of
flowers that explore the aesthetics and ephemeral aspects of nature

Sara Sherwood creates vibrant and expressive cityscapes, abstracts and figurative paintings infused with a sense of style

Clare Johnson shows her latest prints of the nation’s lost and threatened heritage, such as industrial structures and urban icons

Gill Hickman is launching a collection of light sculptures made from
recycled bottle-bank glass lit with low-energy LED lighting

Deana Lee shows smoke-fired ceramic sculptures, as well as wall art and dishes with rich veins of silver or 22 carat gold leaf

Guest artist Kathy Prest, who studied contemporary dance, is exhibiting sculptures of dancers caught in a moment of time

James Hobbs is showing prints that combine on-site drawings of the inner-city landscape with digital colour

Eileen Martin is exhibiting her colourful abstract paintings in which
movement and nature are the key themes

Kelly Stewart, recently announced as the Printfest Printmaker of the Year 2012, is showing screenprints that can include more than 25 layers

Grand Designs Live, based on the Channel 4 TV series presented by Kevin McCloud, has more than 500 stands across seven sections, such as interiors, gardens, home improvement, self-build, renovations, technology and shopping. It’s a great day out! More about how to visit Grand Designs Live here.





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