Georgia Stoneman and Felix Kidd are pleased to announce a joint project starting this December. A collaboration stemming from their historically interwoven heritage. Together they will be presenting a handpicked selection of artists, all of whom display a keenly sensitive visual awareness of their surroundings. The artists exhibiting will be Sir Terry Frost, Dame Barbara Hepworth, Breon OCasey, Rachel Nicholson, Paul Preston and Jeremy Kidd.
This collaborative project will explore the gestures of landscape within these artists work. From Breons wonderful eye for composition and simple geometric forms to Frosts element of surprise with his juxtaposed shapes and colours. The show will bring together three generations of artists who have all truly created their own vocabulary of forms. Gesture From a Landscape will give you the unique experience of Hepworths sculptures alongside paintings by her daughter, Rachel Nicholson. Rachels work has developed a distinct and unmistakable style, depicting rhythmically beautiful still lifes and landscapes. The powerful work of Nicholsons son, Jeremy Kidd, will also be featured; Kidd has been exhibited all over the world since his first shows in 1998. Painting with pixels he sculpts a fictional landscape where a point of origin is elusive. There will also be an exceptionally beautiful collection of jewellery from Paul Preston whose work shows a wonderfully playful relationship with his surroundings.