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Viewing Day Saturday 11 December

Viewing Day Saturday 11 December

If you are considering purchasing artwork this Christmas but would like to be able to see it in person beforehand then this Saturday may be the time for you to do so. 

I will be opening the studio for one day from 11-5 at Coldharbour Studios, 26-34 Southwell Road, London SE5 9PG alongside some of the other occupants of the studios and opening up the plan chest for further viewing of work. Find us here

Works available to view by :

Anna Marrow
Carra Morton
Christine Wilkinson
Continuous Cities
Kate Banazi
Kimbal Bumstead
Jane Fredericks
Jo Bradford
Marleen Pennings 
Ptolemy Mann
Natalie Ryde

** Please get in touch beforehand if you have a specific work you wish to view as not all works are stored at the studio. 

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Free P&P on UK orders

Free P&P on UK orders

We are pleased to be able to offer free postage and packaging for UK unframed orders from 5 - 21 December 2021.

Take a look at our curated collections for ideas for gifts!

For all information and if you would like to view work by appointment in the London studio then please get in touch 

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New Artist : Kimbal Bumstead

New Artist : Kimbal Bumstead

We are pleased to present a selection of original works on paper by Kimbal Bumstead.

Originally from a performing arts background and described as a multi media artist, Kimbal says of his work : 

Painting is an essential part of my being; a painting to me is not only an image but a physical material object, which embodies traces of its process of production.

My abstract work is material-based and process-led: it explores the notion of layering from both a conceptual and material standpoint. My painting process is a cathartic dialogue with the materials, which involves building and unearthing translucent coatings of oil paint and varnish onto plywood, paper and canvas. The resulting paintings are a trace of that dialogue. Through painting, I am the cartographer of a journey through an internal, perhaps imagined, landscape; where each painting acts as a section of an extended landscape that could perhaps exist beyond the frame. The work is playful and colourful, explosive and pensive; poetically confrontational shapes flow between each other, like the meeting of two or more worlds, folding and colliding.
To view the available abstract paintings by Kimbal Bumstead please click here
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New Anna Marrow screenprints - November 2021

New Anna Marrow screenprints - November 2021

Brand new and recently launched are a series of 4 new Anna Marrow prints, just in time for the festive season. After a challenging year not being able to print as often as usual, Anna's come back true to form with a series of joyful screenprints featuring her unique take on art deco and brutalist architecture, chorus line girls and the sun soaked locations of California and Florida.

View all Anna Marrow screenprints here

Neon Dreams by Anna Marrow at Gas Gallery London

These joyful prints transport us to another place - and are a perfect print for a small space - or could be hung as a set of 4 !

All are hand printed by the artist at Spike Island and are built up with multiple layers of ink - which is labour intensive and skilled. 

Viewings by appointment are available at the London studio.

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Monochrome Abstracts Collection

Monochrome Abstracts Collection

I've curated a number of collections in the run up to Christmas to make it easier to browse the available works. One of these selection of works are for Monochrome lovers, featuring work by Kate Banazi and Christine Wilkinson. 

Featuring recent work from Christine Wilkinson which featured at Photo London in September, these works are available individually and as a set. 

 christine wilkinson abstract black and white photography

Also featuring are a handful of works by Kate Banazi - black and white monochrome works on perspex. These works are the last few remaining from an early collection in 2016 and are all one-off unique works. 

Kate Banazi perspex sculpture boxes


All works can be framed to your bespoke requirements. Please contact Gina Cross for further details on +44 (0) 7950 415422 or email 

View all available works in the Monochrome Abstract series here


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Christine Wilkinson - Fragments of Wild series

Christine Wilkinson - Fragments of Wild series

Following a successful showing at Photo London 2021, we are pleased to launch two new series of works by Christine Wilkinson. 

The first series 'Fragments of Wild' is a series of 6 large scale abstract works on paper which began in 2014 with a nondescript photograph.The idea was to abstract/recycle/disintegrate the image incrementally over time until it bore no resemblance to the original photograph. 

Along the way different and distinct strands developed in this series to highlight  the process of disintegration ... pixels visible and crumbling, colours delicate and ethereal. 

Archival pigment print on 308 gsm Hahnemühle Photo Rag

Paper size 930 x 795 mm

Limited edition of 10 + 2 AP/s


Christine Wilkinson Fragments of Wild prints

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Photo London Fair 2021 : Jo Bradford

Photo London Fair 2021 : Jo Bradford

Gas Gallery will be showing for the first time at the forthcoming Photo London Fair at Somerset House from 8 - 12 September showing the work of 2 abstract photographers Christine Wilkinson and Jo Bradford

Jo Bradford's three new collections launching at Photo London are under the headings of Hours, Minutes and Seconds. This being the correlation to how long the exposure to light was to create the colours and gradients in each collection.  

Jo says of these works :

“They are an exploration of time, but also of colour in terms of their transmittance and reflectance spectra and the overlap between them. Inspired by the colours I see around me, the books I am reading, my research and the view from my studio window. Each set captures a unique moment in time, held in stasis on paper during my ongoing journey through colour, light and time.

As one colour slips into the next it becomes less of itself and more of its neighbour. These transitions speak to me of loss, of renewed hope and of transformation. This is where the magic of the spectrum exists, and it has drawn me back time and time again, in a bid to capture these gradients and explore the sensations of the pure colour within.”

British Artist Jo Bradford is a master of the camera-less photograph process. Her work can be described as being ‘photographs of photography’ or pure photographs since they do not represent an external reality, referring only to themselves. 

For over 20 years Jo has spent countless hours in her analogue darkroom in Devon UK, working endlessly with only light, coloured filters, photosensitive paper and time itself to create her finely tuned studies of colour. Her meticulous recording of timings and colour combinations are extensively and intricately catalogued so that she can return to these as a starting point for her continued work known as luminograms, tracing light onto light sensitive paper.


Within the new collection of works in the Hours series we can see the smooth and seamless gradation of light and colour. The depth of colour is of course relative to the amount of time the light has been exposed to the paper in the darkroom.  Using moving masks to slowly cover the work during the exposure, the results are deep, dark hues where the light has reached the paper for the full hour contrasted with bright areas where the light was only exposed fleetingly for seconds or minutes to create her mesmerising studies of light, time and colour. 

Jo Bradford photography at Gas Gallery London and Photo London 2021


Jo Bradford’s set of 6 interconnected works entitled ‘Chroma’ is created entirely in her pitch-black darkroom. Jo has spent hours planning, testing, refining, and perfecting her method to achieve the exact gradation of colours. With months spent resolving ways to overlap the intensity of light and depth of colour to work through the chromatic scale creating these studies of blocks of time and intensity of colour. Each individual work corresponds with its neighbours, providing a dialogue for the colours as they morph into each other and traverse the spectrum. The outcome is a set of 6 photographic prints available in an edition of only 25. 

Jo Bradford cameraless photography abstract photography photograms at Photo London 2021 with Gas Gallery London


Jo Bradford’s most recent experimentation in the darkroom has been using instant film – much like a polaroid. The process here happens in exposure times of just fractions of seconds, as she rapidly moves her hands to mask light and apply coloured filters in between the light and the paper. These explorations performed in complete darkness result in unique flashes of captured colour as she traces light on to the paper, using masking techniques to allow varying degrees of exposure and colour saturation. The result captures her selected pure and varied colours on to paper, all faster than the blink of an eye

These works will be showing with Gas Gallery on Stand D11 in the Discovery zone at Photo London 2021 and will be available to order at the show and online from 6 September 2021



Jo Bradford Photographer at Photo London with Gas Gallery 2021

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Photo London 2021: Christine Wilkinson

Photo London 2021: Christine Wilkinson

Gas Gallery will be showing for the first time at the forthcoming Photo London Fair at Somerset House from 8 - 12 September. Launching at the show will be a new series entitled 'Edge of Disintegration' alongside a series of Monochrome works which will be available to buy as a set. 

You can read our full interview with Christine here

Showing at Stand D11 in the Discovery section, the show will focus on two abstract photographers whose work comes under the title of cameraless photography. Christine Wilkinson and Jo Bradford, both UK artists with an obsession with light and colour whose work is at different ends of the scale in terms of their processes. 

Edge of Disintegration by Christine Wilkinson at Gas Gallery London

Christine Wilkinson’s work blurs the boundaries between photography and painting. Light becomes form. Form without substance, existing only as an instance of colour and light. Working with photographic negatives and digital pixels she creates something in between photography and painting with highly colourful results.

It begins with a photograph or a fragment of a photograph - car headlights or sunlight streaming through a window. It’s a starting point, a process, reducing the image simply to random pixels to be used as raw material.  Then it’s about finding the subject matter through the process, evoking a sensation rather than pinning down an image. Christine says of her work The best way to describe my process is that I start with an image of light on which I make marks. Each of these marks enables me to control shape, tone, contrast and luminosity, almost like a form of drawing, creating exciting possibilities.”

Christine quotes Vaughan Oliver "One thing leads to another, and during the process you’ll stumble upon something that just happens, and that in a way gives you the feeling of what you were looking for in the beginning."

Based in central London and with a background in video and filmmaking Christine Wilkinson experiments with film and digital cameras, scanners, photocopiers, digital darkroom software ... and occasionally a pencil ... to create form out of light.

Details of the show at Photo London are available here:

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New Anna Marrow Originals and Limited Editions

New Anna Marrow Originals and Limited Editions

It's always a delight to welcome new work by Anna Marrow to the gallery - and we are pleased to present a specially commissioned body of original works on wood celebrating 'modernist dreams'. 


Anna Marrow turns her attention to  mid century modern buildings, vintage cars, iconic London and New York architecture, California dreaming, Summer vibes and all things colourful through her special world's eye view. 


All original artworks are exclusive to Gas Gallery. 

View the show here

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Lena Goodison paintings now available

Lena Goodison paintings now available

Lena Goodison is a Swedish artist currently based in Nottingham. She originally trained in fashion photography and has worked across a number of creative disciplines over the last 20 years. Since 2018 Lena has turned her talents to painting, creating colourful and bold pieces that have been gaining popularity across the world.

Inspired by post impressionist painters including Gauguin and Matisse, Lena’s current focus is on expressing emotions and ideas through a carefully considered colour palette with her subject being female portraits in this new exclusive collection.

We are pleased to present a selection of 6 original works on birch ply, framed and ready to hang.

To arrange a viewing please do get in touch.

See all of the available works here 

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