Jack Davidson

Painting, in this time of the present-continuous, cruelly confronts the communicative core of reality. It prefers a direct relationship with the world, one without degrees of separation. It is important to see how an ever increasingly anachronistic medium, with regard

Jack Davidson

Painting, in this time of the present-continuous, cruelly confronts the communicative core of reality. It prefers a direct relationship with the world, one without degrees of separation. It is important to see how an ever increasingly anachronistic medium, with regard

Jill Calder

Jill Calder is an award winning illustrator and calligrapher with a love of drawing, ideas, colour, ink, typography, stories, books, dogs and deadlines. Jill blends traditional and digital image-making methods as seamlessly as possible resulting in whimsical illustrations with broad

Jill Calder

Jill Calder is an award winning illustrator and calligrapher with a love of drawing, ideas, colour, ink, typography, stories, books, dogs and deadlines. Jill blends traditional and digital image-making methods as seamlessly as possible resulting in whimsical illustrations with broad

Naoko Mabon + Guest Speakers via Skype: Jorge Sepulveda T & Guillermina Bustos of Überbau_house

This week for our Lecture Series Guest at Gray’s we are going to attempt an international presentation, via Skype, to include speakers based in São Paulo.  We will hear from independent curator, Naoko Mabon, who will share some of her findings from her

Naoko Mabon + Guest Speakers via Skype: Jorge Sepulveda T & Guillermina Bustos of Überbau_house

This week for our Lecture Series Guest at Gray’s we are going to attempt an international presentation, via Skype, to include speakers based in São Paulo.  We will hear from independent curator, Naoko Mabon, who will share some of her findings from her

Rona Marin Miller

Rona moved to London from Aberdeen seven years ago. After studying for a degree in fine art, she decided digital was the future and London was the place for her to pursue a radical change – from paintbrushes to computers.

Rona Marin Miller

Rona moved to London from Aberdeen seven years ago. After studying for a degree in fine art, she decided digital was the future and London was the place for her to pursue a radical change – from paintbrushes to computers.