News ArchiveSharon Drew

London artists in Paris - 'Colour and Otherness'

News ArchiveSharon Drew

Sharon’s paintings will again be showing alongside highly established abstract artists such as Jeff Dellow Clyde Hopkins and Tricia Gillman - painters who among them have shown at the Royal Academy, Serpentine Gallery, Whitechapel Gallery, Hayward Gallery, Ikon Gallery and John Moores Liverpool. The painting exhibition Colour & Otherness will be showing at the Chez Grace Teshima Gallery, Montmartre, Paris for six weeks from October.  The show, curated by John Crossley, is a new version of the exhibition Drawing to Making which was shown earlier in London this year.

Paris group exhibition

John Crossley:  Colour & Otherness brings together an exciting range of artists whose main focus is the use of colour in relation to their various concerns. Be it in a painterly mode, or mixed media utilising found objects and printed weaved paper. These compelling works will strike an intriguing conversation between themselves and with the onlookers.

Grace Teshima:  Art is all about opening and energy. It is a pleasure and an honor to open my home gallery to the artists who John is bringing to Paris. Raising the energy level exponentially is something I look forward to tremendously.




A response to Portland  by U E L students and alumni

UEL Docklands Campus, University Way, E16 RD                                                       Private View: 8 Oct  5-8:30pm (DLR Cypress Station)

'Quarry' Portland Exhibition at University of East London

Sharon recently travelled to Portland, Dorset with fine art degree students and graduates from University of East London  and Quarry is an exhibition is a response to the Portland environment.  Sharon will be showing a series of small paintings inspired by the location.

'Formations' (acrylic on board 20 x 30cm)