February 2018:
Urban Concrete on display at Velorose Gallery

Gail's painting 'Urban Concrete' is currently on display at Velorose Gallery, Barbican, accompanying an exhibition of works by artist and architect Kit Allsopp.
Open Monday to Friday, 10am-5pm, Velorose, 1b Charterhouse Square, London EC1M 6EE.
Further information is available here.

January 2018:
Selected for FBA Futures 2018

Gail is exhibiting 'Urban Concourse' as part of FBA Futures, the Mall Galleries' exhibition showcasing 'outstanding art graduates of 2017' selected from across the country by members of the Federation of British Artists (FBA). Now in its seventh year, and featuring a mix of painting, sculpture and original prints, FBA Futures invites audiences to discover emerging figurative artists early-on in their careers. The exhibition runs from 9-20 January 2018, open daily 10am-5pm with free entry.
Further information is available here.

November 2017:
Works selected for ING Discerning Eye Exhibition

Two of Gail's paintings, 'Girl Walking' and 'Arches and Light', have been selected for this year's ING Discerning Eye Exhibition of small works at the Mall Galleries. Works have been independently selected by six prominent figures from different areas of the art world - two artists, two collectors and two critics - and the exhibition runs from Thursday 16 to Sunday 26 November, open daily 10am-5pm with free entry.
Further information is available here.

Girl Walking / Arches and Light

October 2017:
Shortlisted for Evening Standard Contemporary Art Prize 2017

Gail is excited to be shortlisted for the inaugural Evening Standard Contemporary Art Prize with her entry 'Urban Concrete'. The prize is for a painting which responds to the theme of 'London' and judges include artist Idris Khan, the Standard arts editor William Moore and critic and broadcaster Matthew Collings.

Urban Concrete

September 2017:
Art Number 23 Residency

Gail is privileged to be based in London Bridge during September for a residency with Art Number 23. With an exceptional view out over the city, and in great company with a wide variety of other creatives in the building, she is excited to be developing new work informed by her immediate surroundings.

Art Number 23 was founded in 2016 by artist Constantine Anjulatos to encourage and support artists from all over the world to share their knowledge, exchange ideas and exhibit and promote their work internationally. www.artnumber23.uk

August 2017:
Three works selected for The Concept Space Summer Exhibition, and winner of 'Overall Impact Award'

Steel Series 2017 and 'Urban Concourse' are selected for The Concept Space inaugural Summer Exhibition. The exhibition is an opportunity for national and international new, emerging and established artists to present their work in a unique space in London, and is focused on encouraging artists working in different media to explore new ideas.
4 Aug - 2 Sep, 12pm to 6pm (Tuesday-Saturday).

Urban Concourse was announced winner of the 'Overall Impact' award! Read more here.

July 2017:
Diploma Graduate Show at The Art Academy, SE1

A culmination and celebration of three years full time study, Gail's Graduate Show (7th-9th July) explores Urban Experience - moving up, out and into the city. Concrete and shadows, permanence and flux, architecture and space. Gail graduated with a First Class Diploma in Fine Art.

Urban Skelter

Urban Concourse

Urban Construction II

June 2017:
'Urban Concourse' featured in Royal Academy Magazine

Gail's painting 'Urban Concourse' features in the summer edition of The Royal Academy Magazine in the degree show listings, and she would be delighted to welcome you to her Grad Show at The Art Academy, Mermaid Court, 165a Borough High Street, SE1 1HR, Fri 7 to Sun 9 July, 11am-6pm

May 2017:
'East End Movement' wins the Hearts in Harmony Art Prize

Gail painted 'East End Movement' over the course of a charity fundraising festival day at Old Spitalfields Market to the theme 'The Heart of the East End'. It was chosen the winning entry by a judging panel including BAFTA and celebrity artist Lincoln Townley, Mark Harrison Creative Director at Ogilvy, and Conrad Carvalho Managing Director of art consultancy Oaktree & Tiger.

Hearts in Harmony who hosted the festival raises money for heart causes through art and music events. The works created during the festival will be available for sale later in the year to raise funds for Great Ormond Street Hospital.

East End Movement
Acrylic and mixed media on board
51 x 60cm

February 2017:
'Dancing City' & 'Urban Vibration' shortlisted for the Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize 2017

Gail is delighted to have two paintings shortlisted for this prestigious prize which encourages the very best creative representational painting and promotes the skill of draughtsmanship.

The exhibition of shortlisted works takes place at The Mall Galleries London (March 6-18), and then travels to Guildford House Gallery (March 25-April 22).

The exhibition is free, and further details and an online catalogue are available here: www.lynnpainterstainersprize.org.uk: