HIGH ON HOPE

MARK FAIRNINGTON – GERARD HEMSWORTH – ROY HOLT – REBECCA SCOTT – BOB AND ROBERTA SMITH  MICHAEL STUBBS – JESSICA VOORSANGER – MARK WALLINGER – SUZY WILLEY

Mark Fairnington

Mark Fairnington (b. 1957 Gateshead, UK) studied at St Martins School of Art and Goldsmiths College, London. He is a Professor in Painting at the University
of the Arts London.

Painting of a Horse's Profile over light green background

‘Bernard’

Oil on Canvas

76 x 105 cm

£12,000
Painting of a Horse's Profile over light green background

‘Bernard on Tuesday 12th of April 2016’

Oil on Canvas

335 x 240 cm

£40,000

Roy Holt

Roy Holt (b. 1942 Surrey, UK – d. 2007) studied at Royal Academy Schools and later Goldsmiths College. Holt was a Principal Lecturer and Reader in Contemporary Fine Art Practice at Liverpool School of Art, John Moore’s University.

Spectators in a theatre wearing 3D glasses. Green tint.

‘3D GKN’

Acrylic on board,

123 x 108 cm

Spectators in a theatre wearing 3D glasses. Green tint.

‘3D GKN’

Acrylic on board,

123 x 108 cm

Price On Request

‘3D GKN’

Acrylic on board,

123 x 108 cm

Seven multicoloured hinges on a reticule layout

‘7 Hinges’, 2008

Acrylic on canvas

193 x 183 cm

Price On Request
Black and white feathers on a grey background

‘Invisible Effects’, 2005

Acrylic on canvas

214 x 184 cm

Price On Request

Gerard Hemsworth

Gerard Hemsworth (b. 1945 London, UK – d. 2021) studied at St Martins School of Art and exhibited internationally since the 70s. Up until 2011 he was Professor of Fine Art and the Director of MFA Fine Art Programme at Goldsmiths, University of London. In 2000 he won the Charles Wollaston Award at the Royal Academy of Arts. 

A cartoon figure rushing away on a sakte amongst mushrooms in the middle of a  rainy day

‘I Told You Not To’, 2009

Acrylic on canvas

213 x 259 cm

£25,500
Two figures hiding behind a mushroom sharing a secret on brown background

‘Hidden Agenda’, 2008

Acrylic on canvas

213 x 153 cm

£19,800

‘Plant and Facade 5’, 2020

Acrylic on canvas

50 x 50 cm

£5,000
White plant and two stones on a grey background

‘Plant and Facade 2’, 2020

Acrylic on canvas

100 x 100 cm

£10,800
White plant and two stones on a brown background

‘Plant and Facade 11’, 2020

Acrylic on canvas

120 x 120 cm

£13,000

4 sets of 5 praying stones on a green background

‘Prayer Stones in a Landscape’, 2019

Acrylic canvas

120 x 120 cm

£13,000

REBECCA SCOTT

Rebecca Scott (b. 1960 Cumbria, UK) studied at Chelsea School of Art and Goldsmiths University, London, and is Co-Founder of Cross Lane Projects.

Collage oil painting featuring several figures and neon colours

‘Trends’, 2020

Oil on Canvas

224 x 198 cm

£8,000
Oil painting of two migrant women and postcards with a swan graffiti on top

‘The Crossing’, 2021

Oil on Canvas

224 x 198 cm

£8,000

BOB & ROBERTA SMITH

Bob and Roberta Smith (b. 1963 London, UK) is the pseudonym of the artist Patrick Brill. He studied at the University of Reading and later at Goldsmiths College,
London. In 2009, he was appointed Tate Trustee and is currently Associate Professor at the Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design at London Metropolitan University. In 2013 he was elected to be a Royal Academician and launched the Art Party with Crescent Arts, Scarborough.

Painted letters in black and blue spelling 'Art is in all of us' over a white background

‘Art Is In All Of Us’, 2021

Signwriters
paint on wooden panel

30 x 30 cm

£4,000

Painted letters in blue and red spelling 'Look listen make things' over a white background

‘Look Listen Make Things’, 2021

Signwriters
paint on wooden panel

30 x 30 cm

£4,000

Michael Stubbs

Michael Stubbs (b. 1961 Rustington, UK) studied at Bath Academy of Art, UK followed by Goldsmiths, University of London, UK, where he also gained a
PhD. He is now Reader in Contemporary Painting at the Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow University.

Painted collage with typographical elements in blue and orange

‘Black Jack Weather’, 2021

Household paint, tinted floor varnish,
digital poster on MDF

61 x 51 cm

£4,050

Painted collage with typographical elements in blue and green

‘Black Jack DPM’, 2021

Household
paint, digital poster on MDF

153 x 122 cm

£13,500

Painted collage with typographical elements in blue and red

‘DPM Membrane’, 2021

Household
paint, tinted floor varnish, digital poster on MDF

153 x 122 cm

£13,500

Jessica Voorsanger

Jessica Voorsanger (b. 1963 New York, USA) studied at Rhode Island School of Design and Goldsmiths College, London.

Patchwork collage with embroidered 3d glasses made with recycled fabric

‘Fabric Construction 3D Glasses’,

2021-2

Recycled clothing, vintage fabrics,
threads, curtain rings

44 x 50 cm

£400
Pink patchwork collage with an embroidered dog

‘Fabric Construction Dog & Happy Eater’, 2021-2

Recycled clothing, vintage fabrics,
threads, curtain rings

38 x 28 cm

£400

‘Fabric Construction with Sequins & Bobbin’, 2021-2

Recycled clothing, vintage fabrics,
threads, curtain rings

45 x 30 cm

£400

Mark Wallinger

Mark Wallinger (b. 1959 Chigwell, UK) studied at Chelsea School of Art and Goldsmiths College, London. He was shortlisted for the Turner Prize in 1995 and
represented Britain at the 49th Venice Biennale in 2001.

Acrylic portrait in the style of a rorscharch test

‘id Painting 2’, 2015

Acrylic on Canvas

360 x 180 cm

Price on Request
Acrylic portrait in the style of a rorscharch test

‘id Painting 7’, 2015

Acrylic on Canvas

360 x 180 cm

Price on Request

Suzy Willey

Suzy Willey (b. 1961 UK) studied at Bath Academy of Art, UK, followed by Goldsmiths College, London.

Oil on canvas painting of a comic book page

‘J. Lo’s Midriff’, 2021

Oil on Canvas

90 x 60 cm

£2,000
Oil on canvas painting of a comic book page

‘Lockdown’, 2021

Oil on Canvas

90 x 60 cm

£2,000
Oil on canvas painting of a comic book page

‘Fwoosh’, 2021

Oil on Canvas

90 x 60 cm

£2,000
Oil on canvas painting of a comic book page

‘Heaven’, 2021

Oil on Canvas

90 x 60 cm

£2,000

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