Flowers Gallery , Stand n° AM331

Groom, 2017 - John Kirby

John Kirby Groom, 2017

Where the Edges Meet (Under), 2019 - Aleah Chapin

Aleah Chapin Where the Edges Meet (Under), 2019

Horizons I, (Coalhouse Fort towards St Mary Hoo) - Nadav Kander

Nadav Kander Horizons I, (Coalhouse Fort towards St Mary Hoo)

Waterfall #7529, 2017 - Boomoon Boomoon

Boomoon Boomoon Waterfall #7529, 2017

Exhibiting Artists

Other Represented Artists

  • Boomoon  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Boomoon Boomoon - Waterfall #7529, 2017 Waterfall #7529, 2017

  • Edward Burtynsky  (+)
  • Aleah Chapin  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Aleah Chapin - Where the Edges Meet (Under), 2019 Where the Edges Meet (Under), 2019

  • Cedric Christie

    Biography : Cedric Christie’s multi-media work explores a broad range of cultural and art historical references, often using humor and irony as subtle vehicles of communication. He incorporates and manipulates everyday objects such as snooker balls, scaffolding, and even cars, creating sculptures that are meticulously and skillfully made. These works become both a critical appraisal of modernism as well as a playful exploration of form and meaning. Christie's work betrays a fascination with the fluid line between art and object, manifesting the mercurial spirit inherent in embracing indistinction. Born in 1962, Cedric Christie lives in London and has exhibited widely in UK and internationally. He has curated a number of large scale group exhibitions.

  • Bernard Cohen

  • Ken Currie

    Biography : Through his depiction of haunting figures and objects emanating out of dark backgrounds, Ken Currie creates a profoundly visual experience of birth and death, as well as the mental and physical states in between. His work often stems from his fascination with the Spanish court painter Diego Velazquez. In the manner of an homage, Currie attempts to decode the mystery of Velazquez’s ability to conjure a human presence through the medium of oil paint. Born in the United Kingdom in 1960, Ken Currie currently resides in Glasgow. He graduated from the Glasgow School of Art in 1983 and has been in numerous solo and group exhibitions in museums across England and Europe. His work can be seen in the collections of the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art; the National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh; the New York Public Library; the Yale Center for British Art; and the Boston Museum of Fine Art.

  • Nicola Hicks

  • Peter Howson

  • Patrick Hughes  (+)

    Biography : Patrick Hughes is an important British Pop and Surrealist artist whose sculptural paintings appear to be typically two-dimensional at first glance but change radically when you walk by them. Hughes’ elaborate trompe l’oeil effects cause the sensation of movement, including the opening and closing of doors, views of distant landscapes and corridors and walls receding or vanishing. These extraordinary spectacles are due to Hughes’ remarkable use of false perspective and the art of illusion. Many paintings contain images of contemporary artworks or refer to literature and architecture. Using physical sensation, Hughes’ creates awareness that history and perception play key roles in the formation of ideas and our selves, and that there is no constant but flux.

    Also represented by:

  • Nadav Kander  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Nadav Kander - Horizons I, (Coalhouse Fort towards St Mary Hoo) Horizons I, (Coalhouse Fort towards St Mary Hoo)

  • Michael Kidner

  • John Kirby  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • John Kirby - Groom, 2017 Groom, 2017

  • Mona Kuhn  (+)

    Also represented by:

  • Robert Polidori  (+)
  • Tai-Shan Schierenberg

  • Richard Smith



Flowers Gallery w: Founded:  1970 Matthew Flowers Emily Flowers Brent Beamon Jonny Davies