Saturday, 30 March 2013
Members' updates: Christopher Clack
Christopher Clack will be showing a large print in the Cafe Gallery Southwark Park as part of an exhibition which celebrates 30 years of the Bermondsey Artists' Group. The exhibition is themed ‘works on paper’ and promises to be an interesting show.
The Cafe Gallery is a large contemporary exhibition space situated in Southwark Park. The PV is on Friday April 5th, 6.30 - 8.30pm. The exhibition is showing from 6th to 21st April, Wed-Sundays, 11am - 5pm.
Christopher is also part of the next Sunday Art Salon: a social event for artists, fashionistas and collectors in a Victorian studio showcasing contemporary art, vintage paintings and collectibles.
The Spring Art Salon on 7th April (11am - 5pm at Hilly Fields Studio, 12 Montague Avenue
Brockley, London SE4 1YP) will showcase the work of four contemporary south London artists: Martin Grover (well known for his depiction of quirky Bus stop prints and record sleeves), Christopher Clack and his extraordinary manipulated limited edition photo prints, Emily Toscano-Heighton (lush colourful tropical oil paintings of Tanzania), and Malcolm Brebner and his abstract expressionist paintings. Wild Brockley will be serving Afternoon Teas and a sumptious selection of homemade cakes, scones and jams. There will also be a unique collection of vintage art, furniture and collectibles.