Latest News Spring New Video

Gallery now open by appointment. We are delighted to be reopening the gallery house and garden and look forward to welcoming you.

New Nicola Bealing Video

We are showing a selection of Nicola Bealing's paintings, monotypes and etchings in the gallery. Do make an appointment to view her work. Government Covid 19 guidelines apply.

New Ceramics Video

The gallery house and garden are now open, watch our new video to see a selection of ceramics by Mick Arnold, Sara Moorhouse, Nicola Tassie, Janice Tchalenko and Clementine van der Walt.

Sheila Oliner 1930 – 2020

Sheila Oliner, painter, printmaker, teacher and personal friend for 26 years died in London, on April 20th, aged 89. Her popular prints have been a mainstay of the gallery for thirteen years. We will miss her.

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Petronilla Silver at Collect 2019

We were delighted to have exhibited at Collect for the fifth time from 28 February until 3 March 2019 at the Saatchi Gallery, London. This year we exhibited: Alex O’Connor, Catherine Mannheim, Sara Moorhouse, Ismini Samanidou and Nicola Tassie. Read more

Perspective Exhibition

Wednesday 7 November – Sunday 2 December
Petronilla Silver was once more invited to curate an exhibition at Eight Holland Street, with an exciting mix of five artists experimenting with their chosen medium. Read more

Where Art Meets Craft at 8 Holland Street

Wednesday 6 June – Sunday 1 July 2018
In Petronilla Silver's first show at 8 Holland Street were Mick Arnold (porcelain tableware), Anthony Bryant (wood vessels), Stephen Chambers RA (paintings and prints), Melanie Georgacopoulos (jewellery), Ander Gunn (photographs).

Nicola Bealing group of works

We are delighted to have a new group of work by Nicola Bealing that can be viewed by appointment. Her works are highly imaginative and address psychological concerns: “bold and painterly in their handling, the abstracting qualities of light and colour are not the override preoccupations of her work.”

Stephen Chambers R.A. Beneath the Golden Tree Monotypes

Some of Stephen Chambers’ monotypes made especially for our exhibition at Tremenheere are still available and can be seen in London. The Tremenheere exhibition coincided with his spectacular installation The Court of Redonda in Venice which was a Collateral Event of the Venice Biennale.