As artists ourselves, it is so important for us to promote the artists that have their work displayed in our petite Gallery.

Adrian & Chris.

Adrian Baynes.

Local to Long Buckby and owner of the Assembly Rooms, Adrian works in a hybrid world of art and design. He describes his work thus:

I work mainly in charcoal & humour. I like my work to be ambiguous, but it doesn’t always turn out that way. Quantity is underrated. I have an idea. I try to ignore it, because it will cost money & eventually end disappointingly, but the idea keeps niggling. It wants to be realised. I give in, make it & am disappointed. And out of pocket.

My main interest is drawing. I like black shading. The kind you get from charcoal or 3B conte crayons. The kind that stands out on the gallery wall & says “look at me! look at me!!

His Design Practice website is here and his Art website is here

He also has an Etsy Shop.

Paddy Hamilton

Paddy Hamilton is an artist based in Dungeness. He makes paintings, sculptures from driftwood, drawings and prints inspired by the unique location that is Dungeness. His website is here.

Chris. Dugrenier

An alumni of Dartington College of Arts, Chris. is a French independent artist working across artforms from solo performances, video art, site-specific and live art projects.

Currently studying for a Master of Fine Arts at Central Saint Martins, she describes her work thus:

“I have a vision for works that are poetic, layered, experimental, works that take time, that take place in unusual settings and that are demanding of its audience.”

Her work has been presented at Warwick Arts CentreCambridge JunctionEmbrace ArtsGoldsmith CollegePDSW and was programmed at the Fierce International FestivalExpoSprint (Camden People Theatre), Nottingham European Arts and Theatre Festival (NEAT), Hatch NottinghamNottdance Festival and Sacred at Chelsea TheatreCurve Theatre, Central Saint Martins…

To see more of her work, visit her website here.

Rosalind Stoddart

Rosalind is a textile artist based in Northamptonshire, passionate about the environment, taking part in dance theatre, gardening and looking after all our animals.

Her work is based around using her own alpaca fleece .

Her designs and products can be viewed here.

Yun Kim

Yun Kim is a South Korean artist currently based in London. She graduated from Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London in 2021, and was awarded the Gaudio Family Foundation Scholarship.

Kim’s practice is routed in the idea of the lack of subjectivity within the relation to society. In this context, her recent projects approach this idea by attempting to take away the colonisation of the object in a physical and abstract sense through the transformation of the daily object to an art object. She assumes her artworks are being a container or a carrier of something as a mixture of ideologies, which is not fixed but fluid working inside of daily life. The artworks are purposed to remain something ambiguous in a condition that is in between boundaries, changing into nothingness as a decolonial gesture. 

To see more of her work, visit her website here.

Gabriella Schutz

Gabriela Schutz (born 1971) is an Israeli artist based in London since 1999. She is currently studying for an MA Fine Arts in Central Saint Martins.

 She has a BA in Fine Arts from Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem (1996).

 Gabriela has exhibited nationally and internationally in museums such as The Gefferye Museum, London, The Collection, Lincoln, Ein Harod Museum and Petach Tikva Museum, Israel, and in galleries such as the Gasworks, Danielle Arnaud Contemporary and Standpoint in London, The Wilson, Cheltenham,  Artists Space and The Elizabeth Foundation for The Arts in New York.

Her last solo exhibitions were both held in London at Art House1 and One Paved Court.

Her work has been short-listed for the Jerwood Drawing Prize, the Trinity Buoys Wharf Drawing Prize as well as twice for the Neo Print Prize. Her work is included in large corporate art collections including that of Zoom, as well as many private collections in Europe, the U.S.A and Israel.

You can see more of her works on here and on her Instagram