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Lacey Contemporary Gallery

  • Angela Smith
    Angela Smith
  • Laurence Wood
    Laurence Wood
  • Geoff Diego Litherland
    Geoff Diego Litherland
  • Lisa Ommanney
    Lisa Ommanney



4 – 28 February 2017

Lacey Contemporary Gallery presents a mixed show of new works alongside some old favourites to bring some winter cheer to London this February. Bright abstracts by Louis Savage alongside beautifully poured paint on canvas by Angela Smith as well as paintings by Laurence Wood, Lee Ellis and Pandora Mond, and sculptures by Nick Moran, Laurence Perratzi and Almuth Tebbenhoff. Come out of the cold and brighten up the winter with some beautiful artworks! For more information please contact tessa@laceycontemporarygallery.co.uk

James Joll

JAMES JOLL: Charity Exhibition
7-11 March 2017

James Joll presents an exhibition of his works painted over the last 10 years. The artworks will be sold for the benefit of the Charities: SJ Noble Trust, Wiltshire Air Ambulance and the Rugby Portobello Trust. James Joll has painted almost all his life and spent a year at the Chelsea College of Art after leaving university.  The paintings in this inaugrual exhibition have been completed over the past decade and cover a wide range of landscape and architectural studies.  Joll’s smaller works are generally done insitu from nature, but for the larger paintings he relies on sketches and photographs. Oil is the artists preferred medium but supports vary from traditional stretched canvas to unique recylcled materials such as disused skirting boards. For more information on this exhibition contact tessa@laceycontemporarygallery.co.uk


21-26 March 2017

#IamYezidi is a photographic exhibition exploring the hardships faced by Yezidi women in Iraq. A minority community in the Middle East which has been attacked by terrorist forces such as ISIS in horrific and degrading ways. #IamYezidi explores the individual stories of these women who have often escaped slavery or rescued their sons & daughters from ISIS capture. The stories of their pain, sorrow and continued hardship, but also their iron-like resolve to uphold righteousness and honour are captured through vivid portrait photography by award winning photo journalists and Khalsa Aid.

To celebrate International Women’s Day this exhibition aims to capture the jaw dropping stories of these brave women, whilst also paying tribute to their strength. For more information on this exhibition please contact tessa@laceycontemporarygallery.co.uk

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