LondonSmall is Beautiful XXXVII
Flowers Gallery presents the 37th edition of the annual Small is Beautiful exhibition.
Small is Beautiful was first established at Flowers Gallery in 1974, presenting works by selected contemporary artists at a fixed scale, each piece measuring no more than 7 x 9 inches (18 x 23 cm).
On display are works by British and international artists from the Flowers Gallery stable alongside invited artists, offering a rare opportunity to purchase smaller pieces by well-known names and discover new talents working across a range of media.
Artists to include:
Jane Ackroyd, Jose Aguilo, Paul Andrews, Glenys Barton, Glen Baxter, Oliver Bedeman, Harriet Bell, Alison Boult, George Blacklock, Jonny Briggs, Belinda Cadbury, John Carter, Samantha Cary, Mark Cazalet, Sophie Charalambous, Aleah Chapin, Movana Chen, Julie Cockburn, Nathan Cohen, Charlotte Colbert, John Crossley, William Crozier, Ken Currie, Lynn Dennison, Boyd & Evans, Ewan Eason, Jane Edden, Charlotte Edey, Amanda Edgcombe, Bob Edgson Elizabeth Enders, Mark Entwisle, Kristian Evju, Amanda Faulkner, Nancy Fouts, Anthony Frost, Naoki Fuku, Vanessa Garwood, Christopher Gee, Fiona Grady, Kate Giles, Mark Haddon, Friedemann Hahn, Maggi Hambling, Susie Hamilton, Mark Hanson, Rebecca Harper, Connie Harrison,Vicky Hawkins, Rachel Heller, David Hepher, Nicola Hicks, Carole Hodgson, Mark Houghton, Steve Ibbitson, Dianne Kaufman, Pru Kemball, Claerwen James, Lucy Jones, John Keane, Jinaun Kim, John Kirby, Tim Lewis, John Loker, Janelle Lynch, Shaun McCracken, John McLean, Ayumi Matsuba, Emily Mayer, Suchitra Mattai, Calum McClure, Dawnne McGeachy, Jennifer McRae, Ishbel Myerscough, Osman, Jiro Osuga, Claire Oxley, Freya Payne, Stuart Pearson Wright, Bill Pye, Stephanie Quayle, Carl Randall, Sinead Rice, Carol Robertson, Gill Rocca, Rhiannon Rebecca Salisbury, Nicolas Sanchez, Tai Shan Schierenberg, Aleksandra Stone, Trevor Sutton, Renny Tait, Sinta Tantra, Janet Taylor, Jason Thompson, Emma Turpin, Mary Webb, Susan Wilson, Rob Wyn Yates.
Charlotte Colbert, Atomic Marshmallow, 2019, Ceramic with pink flock, 17 cm diam. Courtesy the artist.