Anthony Garratt - HIGH & LOW - A spectacular outdoor painting installation - until November 2016
HIGH & LOW is a spectacular outdoor painting installation which has been created by British Landscape Artist, Anthony Garratt, in Snowdonia. The installation will tell a unique and compelling story about the history, geography and industrial heritage of North Wales.
HIGH & LOW will feature two giant paintings, created in two very different dramatic and inspiring sites: one floating high on the flanks of Snowdon on Llyn Llydaw, and one which will be hung low, deep beneath the mountains in a cavern at Llechwedd slate mine.
The paintings have been created using water-based paint as well as sympathetic and naturally occurring local materials like slate dust and copper.
This installation is being featured on BBC1 Countryfile on 29th May 2016.
Specialists in Contemporary Living British Artists – since 1968
Based in Kensington’s Thackeray Street, we have built an international reputation for representing and promoting some of the most exciting artists working today. Next to the delightful Kensington Square, we are a local hidden gem of eclectic, one off shops and restaurants. We have been in this location since the Gallery was founded in 1968 – a stunning space with a warm feel – and have become a local destination over the years.
Thackeray Gallery has been a Member of The Society of London Art Dealers since 1994.
Upcoming Exhibition – Michael Honnor - ‘Feeling the Place’ - 7 to 24 June 2016
Michael Honnor is one of our long-standing established artists, and this exhibition marks just shy of 30 years with us. Over the decades, we have built up an international reputation for his semi-abstract landscapes and seascapes, capturing the weather and light with energy and movement.
This new collection mainly consists of large work, of both watercolours and oils.
Beautiful Ceramics by Phil Rogers
Phil's work continues the tradition of Bernard Leach, Michael Cardew and Shoji Hamada. His pots are elegantly simple and functional, and are as at home in a public gallery setting as in a private home.