The gallery will be closed over Christmas and New Year from 23rd December until 3rd January

In Conversation with Mike Bernard RI

Published 19 September 2017

Mike Bernard's exhibition is just around the corner so we wanted to find out a little bit more about his creative practice. Mike's show opens on 27th September and ends on 20th October, we hope you can make it to the gallery! See the full exhibition on our website here

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David Storey’s Artistic Process

Published 30 August 2017

David Storey has an upcoming show ‘The Edge of Night’ in our Pall Mall gallery. Here's an interesting insight into his artistic process. To see the full exhibition follow this link to our website David Storey - 'The Edge of Night' 

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A Conversation with Jazmin Velasco

Published 15 August 2017

We know you best for your wonderful prints, what is it about printmaking that you enjoy? 

The process from beginning to end is a joy.  From the moment when the idea appears the next steps are like a holiday. The idea can come completely prepared: I could see perfectly in which technique to make it, colours composition, etc. Other times that decision is part of the process but that is fun too, like solving a puzzle. Then is the zen part, the technical part when you sit down and work on the plate: remember to keep breathing, relaxing the shoulders, the elbow, the wrist. I’ve always been fast in this step though, perhaps I’m not into zen that much and I’ve never been armed with patience, I want the idea to go to the paper quickly, quickly. Once the paper, ink and press are ready the only problem left to solve is which music to listen to for this last step, when the sensory and motor neurones take over and the intellect can rest. Michael Nyman has great rhythm for printing I find. Bach too, but depending on the mood of the day The Beatles can do a fine job or Rufus Wainwright.

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A Conversation with Athol Whitmore

Published 2 August 2017

Athol Whitmore is one of Panter and Hall’s more extravagant artist. So we thought we would ask him some questions to find out what inspires and motivates him. We currently have a range of his works hanging in our Cecil Court gallery and they can be seen on our website http://www.panterandhall.com/artist/athol-whitmore/Available-or-Enquire#works

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A Conversation with Vanessa Bowman

Published 26 July 2017

Vanessa Bowman has an upcoming show ‘Moments in Time’ - New Still Lifes by Vanessa Bowman in our Pall Mall gallery so we thought we would find out a bit more about her and ask her some questions. To see the full exhibition follow this link to our website http://www.panterandhall.com/exhibition/vanessa-bowman 

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Hong Kong Affordable Art Fair with Andrea Byrne and Bridget Davies

Published 17 May 2017

Hong Kong Affordable Art Fair –  Andrea Byrne and Bridget Davies

With the Hong Kong Affordable Art Fair coming up this week (19th – 21st May), we thought we would take the chance to look at the works of two of the wonderful artists that we will be showing, Andrea Byrne and Bridget Davies.

Andrea Byrne – 

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A Conversation with Mark Demsteader

Published 21 January 2017

Mark Demsteader is one of Panter and Hall's oldest friends. With his upcoming show fast approaching, we thought we would have a chat to him about his paintings and inspirations.

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The Scottish Show 2017 - A Selection of Artists Studios

Published 18 January 2017

With such a large range of talented artists in our Scottish show, we thought we would take this opportunity to nose around and have a look in their studios to see where all these beautiful works are coming from! We hope that you enjoy them, I know we have. 

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Margrete (Grete) Marks – 1899 – 1990

Published 3 January 2017

Panter and Hall are delighted to be showing a collection of original paintings from the estate of the late Margrete (known as Grete) Marks (1899-1990) from the 7th - 25th of November. This will coincide with the Jewish Museum’s upcoming exhibition of the émigré influences on British ceramics ‘Shaping Ceramics’, in which Grete’s work will be shown alongside that of Lucie Rie and Hans Coper, from 10th November. Grete’s work is becoming increasingly well-known and is starting to claim the recognision it justly deserves. This stunning collection of paintings are a beautiful documentation of the era and most definitely worth the visit.

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In Conversation with Mike Bernard RI

David Storey’s Artistic Process

A Conversation with Jazmin Velasco

A Conversation with Athol Whitmore

A Conversation with Vanessa Bowman

Hong Kong Affordable Art Fair with Andrea Byrne and Bridget Davies

A Conversation with Mark Demsteader

The Scottish Show 2017 - A Selection of Artists Studios

Margrete (Grete) Marks – 1899 – 1990