Exhibitions & Art Fairs
NoonPowell’s online group summer exhibition - 23rd June, extended to 31st July, brings together artists whose work speaks in varied ways to the complex feelings associated with the recent confinement as well as the sense of release and celebration as summer and relative freedoms return. Encompassing painting, sculpture and photography, the works included explore a variety of subjects and contexts spanning the relationship between paint, colour and lived experience; the built environment; the landscape; renewal, meditation and self care; reconnecting with nature; visual perception; memory; the confluence of science and art.
Artists include, (a-z), Simon Bacon, Gordon Ellis-Brown, Alexandra Eldridge, Bill Gingles, Emilie Heurtevent,
Jo Holdsworth, Daniel Holfeld, García de Marina, Colin McCallum, Lorraine Molins, Pandora Mond, Peter Moore,
Suzi Morris, Dido Powell, Christina Ramos, Andrew Revell, Andrew Ryder, Rick Stevens, Kieran Stiles,
Roberta Tetzner, Mark Thibeault, Lorraine Thorne.
Spring Affordable Art Fair, Battersea, London
Fair dates - 12-15 March 2020
Christmas Online Exhibition
12 December 2019 - 5th January 2020
A curated exhibition of paintings, sculpture, fine art photography and three-dimensional artwork by some of the most exciting artists working in Britain, Europe and America.
Affordable Art Fair - Hampstead, London
9-12th May 2019
Battersea - Spring, 7th - 10th March 2019
Presented and curated by NoonPowell Gallery: an exciting and innovative contemporary group exhibition, which explored the themes of belonging and place. Large-scale original oil paintings were showcased alongside fine art photography, abstract, figurative and three-dimensional works, mostly drawn from our stable of 12 practicing artists. The exhibition took place at the Mall Galleries, The Mall, London, SW1, in their main exhibition space and drew much praise from both the Mall Galleries and visitors alike.
'ABODE: 6 Park Place Villas'
1 - 2 February 2018
NoonPowell Gallery brought together six award-winning contemporary painters for a group exhibition and staged the show in a large Victorian villa. The unique setting evoked ideas of home and belonging.
Professor Jean Wainwright - art historian, critic and Professor of Contemporary Art who visited the show said, "...Used the space so well and really great use of the rooms with the challenges of the domestic setting. Well done. Difficult to do well and you have done it brilliantly. Some wonderful paintings."