Ben Oakley Gallery is excited to welcome back two of our favourite artists in this last show of the year, VERTIGO. We all at times experience cultural Vertigo. Nothing is what it seems, and it seems nothing ever will be. It’s a sensation that leaves us all in a spin, a state of mind with [...]
The Ben Oakley Gallery takes great pride in the quality of the artists they chose and the exhibitions they curate. The next show is no exception. In addition we are pleased to announce that we are collaborating for the first time with the internationally recognised Woodbury House to present two fantastic artists who practice their [...]
Iconic Hip Hop musician Jehst commissioned hand-cut collage artist Matt Littler and calligrapher Oli Smart aka LetterShepherd to produce a set of 14 original art pieces – each one to accompany a track from his latest album. His first solo album in 6 years, Jehst’s ‘Billy Green is Dead’ takes its inspiration from the Gil [...]
This is a group show with over 50 artists who have kindly helped with the Phing Thing over the years with a couple of special extras thrown in. CHECK THESE BEAUTIES OUT IN NO PARTICULAR ORDER. ASBOLUV, RAY RICHARDSON, DAVID BRAY, JOHN McCARTHY, EVERETT JAIME, ATM, FRET, SWELER, CLAIRE SWINDALE, SPINNING CIRCLES, YVONNE WAYLING, [...]
‘ EARTH’ New Works by David Bray PV 14th April 2017 Exhibition runs until 30th April. Internationally acclaimed Fine Art Illustrator David Bray exchanges his studio & pens for brushes and wanders off into the countryside. Embarking on a series of paintings and a totally new direction ‘EARTH’ is his latest exhibition and will be [...]
THE PREVIEW NIGHT IS FRIDAY 3rd FEBRUARY 2017 COME ALONG THE WEATHERS FINE. Free piece on the door.
An exhibition of Contemporary Sculpture and Anti Ceramics by Award winning artist Patrick Colhoun. ‘What Holds You Together?’ is the artist’s second solo London exhibition and is a marked departure from the work of the 2015 ‘Solitary’ exhibitions in Belfast, Dublin and London. This exhibition, and hence the title, is borne largely from [...]