Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery: Summertime

1 June - 1 July 2016
Conway Street, London

To celebrate the coming of Summer, the Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery presents a mixed Summer selection of paintings, digital prints, mixed media works and sculpture.


The display will include new abstract paintings from New Zealander Rob Tucker, using oil, graphite and resin on board. London-based Emma Haworth's oil paintings are joined by Rose Blake's hand-finished monotypes and Phil Shaw's bookshelf prints, including his larger works Big Fiction and The Special Relationship. Rebecca Jewell will be represented by her mist net installation, featuring hand-coloured and printed feathers. 


Iain Nutting's reclaimed scrap metal mandrill and Robert Bradford's flower dogs will also be on show, with the flower dogs featured as part of the Chelsea Fringe Festival until 12 June.