The Knapp Gallery, Regents Park - New Exhibition for November 2010

by Claire Mitchell 7. November 2010 17:10

We are pleased to announce the opening of a new exhibition at The Knapp Gallery, Regents Park featuring the work of Simon Fairless and Elaine Alderson.

Simon Fairless
Simon’s art comes in a variety of styles and is a reflection of feelings and special places that have caught his imagination and stirred strong emotions inside him. Often they're about the feeling of how beautiful the landscape around us is or an emotional response to people and circumstance. Each painting and photograph has its own story to tell and they mean a lot to him. Simon hopes that everyone gets a little something for themselves out of his art, and in a way that's another story personal to them.

Elaine Alderson
Elaine trained in Fine Art at Sunderland College of Art. She did Theatre Design at Slade School of Art Worked in theatre and education then had full-time employment in BBC Scenic Art Dept. Elaine developed her own paintings both studio and private commissions for murals and garden landscapes. Her TV work includes scenic artwork for EastEnders, This Morning, Paul O'Grady, Vicar of Dibley, Father Ted, Ab Fab, Blue Peter and many Period Dramas. Retail work includes Harrods and Selfridges Christmas windows over many years and display for Disney shops. Film work includes Run Fat Boy Run, Goal Life and Death of Peter Sellars and The Queen. Elaine has displayed her work at many events including Nicky Haslam Party, Earls Court Boat Show Party Represented by the Russell Gallery Putney, most recently in Christmas Show, Affordable Art Fair and Chelsea Art Fair.


As always, the works of a selection of talented students from the Royal Academy Schools are also on display at our exhibition.  




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