26th November – 1st December

An exhibition of illustration and printmaking from the Arctic and Antarctic

Beatrice von Preussen is a printmaker who has travelled to the Arctic and Antarctic. This is a collection of work made both in the field, and back in her Brighton studio.

Sizes and prices vary, for details please contact


14th – 20th NOVEMBER 2019

This Exhibition is a selection of my work of  my  winter travels to Sri Lanka ,  India and Romania and  some closer to home . I work on the spot , hopefully aiming to catch the moment in time , the essence of my subject being the key of my interest and the colours . I lived for two winters in Sri Lanka and I was very inspired by the fishermen and the buffalo men in the Paddy and, of course, the warmth. 

On a more recent couple of visits to Transylvania I loved capturing a long lost way of life of rural people haymaking and a  living close to the earth , people working in the fields and cows in the pasture.

Water Colours range from £100 to £700

And oils from £350 up to £1800 

To see paintings, visit



Oil Paintings and Watercolours
5th – 11th November 2019

Shelly Bancroft

An Exhibition of Small Works
30th October- 3rd November 2019

View Catalogue

‘Arcadian Light’
Glass Cast from Clay Original
Edition 1/3
35 x 28 cm

Any enquiries please email


18th – 22nd September 2019

Suffragette City sees works from artists including Gillian Wearing, Bella Freud, Guler Ates, Cornelia Parker Carolina Mazrahi, Carinthia West and Fiona Banner engage with questions raised by London itself – as diverse, and as poignantly specific, as its inhabitants. Exhibiting as part of London Design Festival’s programme in Brompton Design District, Suffragette City strives to look futurewards by repositioning the past.

Artist Gillian Wearing, said: 

“Suffragists and Suffragettes created objects, banners, tablecloths with messages and signatures in order to give more visibility to the cause. There is something very delicate and also indelible about this process. It is a re-working of a tradition and what I love about it is that it is also aesthetic.”

Gillian Wearing’s statue of the Suffragist Millicent Fawcett stands in London’s Parliament Square

From the fight for women’s suffrage to interrogations of the male gaze, from quiet interpretations of city living to themes of female erasure within it, ‘Suffragette City’ will span needlework, photography, sculpture and printmaking to ask new questions of timeless issues. 

Gillian Wearing’s Courage Calls To Courage Everywhere takes us back to 1918, when the campaign for women’s suffrage won a major victory after years of activism from men and women across the UK. To mark its centenary, Plinth worked with the artist to produce an edition of 1,000 embroidered handkerchiefs, each featuring signatures from 50 of these historic figures alongside those of contemporary campaigner Caroline Criado Perez and Gillian Wearing herself.

Carinthia West takes on her own interpretation of the interrogations of the male gaze through the lens of her candid and intimate photographs of iconic women in 70s London. An acclaimed journalist as well as a photographer, Carinthia’s photographs encapsulate the feeling of female freedom before the Me Too era. Fame and celebrity are a theme that is paramount in her photography – her personal and up-close images so alluring in capturing people who hit stardom in different era. 

Carolina Mizrahi’s photography inverts the formulae to which we’ve become inured – the sexualised female form, flattened into ubiquity and objectification over adverts for everything from toothpaste to lingerie. Drawing on her work with Vogue, Elle and Swarovski amongst others, Mizrahi’s images of women subvert our collective touchstones whilst levying their powerful shorthands for contemporary femininity.

Guler Ates’ photography looks at London and its context through an altogether wider lens. Themes of gender, faith, and identity coalesce in explorations of cultural displacement: setting a recurring, veiled female figure within various lush or historic European interiors, Ates questions the relationship between veil and visible; object, and subject. Each architectural site holds links to colonialism, post-colonialism, and notions of the ‘East’, generating questions from their intersections and framing London as both a world city and an historical site of colonial power.

Cornelia Parker shows two pieces in ‘Suffragette City’ – Black Tulip, produced with Bridgeman Editions, and STOP, made with Plinth. STOP is based, in the artist’s words, “on a photograph I took of a battered parking notice on a 60’s council estate in N1. The signs are ubiquitous in London, displayed on all the estates of the period.” Out of context, though, Parker’s missive can be applied to anything and everything – “Stop eating, Stop drinking, Stop smoking, Stop thinking”, provocatively mimicking the chorus of chastising voices to which we’re all – women in particular – subject daily.

Bridgeman Editions is a new initiative from Bridgeman Images presenting a curated selection of limited edition prints by leading contemporary and emerging artists.

Plinth commissions unique products, limited editions and multiples from the world’s leading contemporary artists, designers and photographers – from Turner Prize winners to Magnum Photographers. Plinth has also developed an extensive range of beautifully designed and affordable products for institutions such as Magnum Photos and Wellcome Collection.

Collaborating with the Mayor of London’s Culture team on major public art projects, Plinth joined forces with David Shrigley in 2016 and Michael Rakowitz in 2018 to publish a limited edition and a range of artist-designed products to accompany their Fourth Plinth commissions. To celebrate 100 years of women’s suffrage, Plinth collaborated with Gillian Wearing and designer Bella Freud to create a new capsule range, with a portion of the profits donated to the Fawcett Society.

For more information and images, please contact:

Aretha Campbell at Bridgeman Editions:

Chloe Grimshaw at Plinth:


23rd September – 6th October 2019

All enquiries are to be addressed to Rosie Lloyd-Reed at


‘View of Amalfi Through Olive Trees’
Oil on Board
13” x 9.5”


Green & Stone presents their first ever Summer Exhibition, displaying over 100 artworks!



Julian Anniss

Guy Allen

Sarah Anderson

Caroline Atkins

Julien Charles André

Henrietta Abel Smith

Mariella Baldwin

Roderick Booth-Jones

Karen Beare

Maximillian Baccanello

Asma Baig

Helen Boden

Piers Bourke

Shelly Bancroft

Sue Clements

Sophie Cook

Louisa Calder

Sarah Chadwick

Faith Chevannes

Greta Chaffer

Persi Darukhanawala

Phyllis Dupuy

Annabel Fairfax

Victoria Finn

Claire Fitzgerald

Nicola Fitzgerald

Brooke Fitzsimmons

Kate Flemming

Antonio Forte

Drusilla Fraser

Holly Frean

Peter Fusselberger

Olivia Garnier

Carolyn Gowdy

Bernie Grist

Lale Guralp

Gabby Harman

Rebecca Jewell

Victoria Heald

Katherine James

Clare Inskip

Faye Haskins

Guillermo Howes

Alison Hogan

Dee Khaled

Deb King

Margy Kinmouth

Matthew Kleinman

Esta Knapova

Maurice Lambert

Sandra Lawrence

Caroline Lees

Jill Leman

Donna Leighton

John Lobanow-Rostovsky

Debbie Loftus

Rebecca Long

Jess Luke

Katrine Marrash

Binny Mathews

Eon McEvoy

Isaac McKenzie

Diana Mercado

Johnny Morant

Madeline Morrow

Martha Nairn

Robert O’Rorke

James Parfitt

Eve Pettitt

Michelle Pearson-Cooper

Will Polito


John Rossington

Penny Sandeman

Janet Sherwood

Camilla Shivarg

Kate Simon

Daisy Sims-Hilditch

Penelope Smith

Gabriella Socci

Eugenia Solominka

Suzanne Spiro

Paul Stagg

Eleanor-Rose Stamp

Elisabeta Stanica

Suzie Stolkin

Gideon Summerfield

Jason Sweidan

Lucy Stopford

Francis Tinsley

Harry Toller

Celia Washington

Helen Wilks

John Whittall

Anna Woodward