A Naughty New Exhibition in Teddington
Well, not really, really naughty, just a little bit naughty; or as the artists themselves have called this exhibition: CHARMINGLY NAUGHTY. Daniel Gask of the bespoke framers Handmade Frames of Teddington is allowing his gallery space at 107 Stanley Road to be transformed into a light-
Hanna ten Doornkaat’s paintings are jewel-
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Pat McCabe also revels in the female form; her large life studies of luscious ladies are embellished with machine stitching that trails and loops, intensifying the shadows and creases, adding a delicate layer of complexity.
In her own very original way Pat continues her exploration of the female form by in her own words ‘using furniture as a canvas with which to create works of functional art that are original and great fun’. Pat fixes her drawings of her luscious ladies to cupboards, lampshades and chairs adding a delicious voluptuousness to these normally very ordinary household item
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Special guest Lyndsay Russell, author of ‘Making it Big’, a light hearted satire of size zero culture will be reading an extract of her book on the opening night and hopefully give us a glimpse behind the scenes by telling us a little about her latest adventure. Lyndsay has just returned from LA where she co-
This is indeed a Charmingly Naughty exhibition which will delight, amuse, surprise and perhaps even gently titillate but will very definitely never offend.