A regular programme of artists & their work on show in our atrium
Natalka’s practise, predominantly drawing-based, often expands into printmaking, painting, film and 3d works. Drawing as exploration feeds through her work and the manner in which she handles her subject matter.
These works on paper come at the end of a period where Natalka was exploring landscape, and feature a volcano and the journey to it's summit. The experience is revisited purely through sensory memory and she mixes the mediums of chalk pastel, metallic and gloss paint.
Natalka was awarded her MA from the Royal College of Art in Visual Communication, where she also recieved the Augustus Martin award for Printmaking. Natalka was born, educated and lives in London.
Rebecca is a London-based artist and graduate of the Royal College of Art. She explores our connection to everyday objects using wood, paper, found objects and ceramics.
Her latest body of ceramic work entitled Tooling Up, Standing By has been produced during the Covid 19 pandemic and reflects on the feeling of stagnation imposed by the crisis as well as the frustration of being ill equipped for what lies ahead. The ceramic sculptures reference mechanical operating parts, hand-tools, electronic components and miscellaneous fixtures and fittings. The design details of these tools are closely observed through drawing and model making before being playfully translated in clay.