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We're pleased to collaborate with Soho Home to provide original artwork from emerging and celebrated artists for their UK and US studios.

Meeting people, speaking with them and learning about them are as important to his practice as drawing and painting are. Togetherness, not loneliness, is at the core of the artist’s work. It might seem surprising, then, that the drawings he first became known for tend to feature solitary, disembodied subjects. In these solo portraits, Makamo’s talent for capturing the emotional intensity and overwhelming sense of hope in his sitters is a matter of expression and movement.

For the artist’s first UK solo exhibition in more than five years, his characters are beginning to congregate. For the first time we are seeing them in situ, as members of a wider community. Alongside solitary, meditative characters, there are groups of laughing schoolchildren, busy street scenes and other displays of togetherness. This brings a new level of detail to Makamo’s world: the spaces that they occupy, the clothes that they wear, the company that they keep and the way that they look (or don’t look) at their companions all bring depth and complexity to his characters.

With these new contexts, the emotional intensity of Makamo’s work has not disappeared. Many of the faces in this exhibition - their owners engaged in social activities - contain all the emotional intensity of his early drawings. Momentarily these faces hover above their surroundings, their innermost essences exposed. They are both members of social groups and wider contexts and overwhelmingly individual. They are alone, together.

SOHO HOME – KING'S ROAD STUDIO

6 Duke of York Square, King's Road, SW3 4LY London, UK

Monday to Saturday: 9am to 6pm 

Sunday: 11:30am to 6pm


SOHO HOME – FARMHOUSE STUDIO

Great Tew, Chipping Norton, OX7 4JS    Oxfordshire, UK

Monday to Saturday: 9am to 6pm 

Sunday: 11am to 5pm


SOHO HOME – DUMBO STUDIO

55 Water Street, third floor (located within Soho Works in Empire Stores), Brooklyn, NY 11201, USA

Open by appointment only:

Monday to Friday: 10am to 5pm

Art is at the heart of every Soho House, shaping their identities and imbuing each of them with their own unique feel. Through our ongoing partnership with Soho Home, we look forward to bringing the style and atmosphere of their studios and club settings to your interiors.

Meeting people, speaking with them and learning about them are as important to his practice as drawing and painting are. Togetherness, not loneliness, is at the core of the artist’s work. It might seem surprising, then, that the drawings he first became known for tend to feature solitary, disembodied subjects. In these solo portraits, Makamo’s talent for capturing the emotional intensity and overwhelming sense of hope in his sitters is a matter of expression and movement.

For the artist’s first UK solo exhibition in more than five years, his characters are beginning to congregate. For the first time we are seeing them in situ, as members of a wider community. Alongside solitary, meditative characters, there are groups of laughing schoolchildren, busy streets scenes and other displays of togetherness. 

togetherness. This brings a new level of detail to Makamo’s world: the spaces that they occupy, the clothes that they wear, the company that they keep and the way that they look (or don’t look) at their companions all bring depth and complexity to his characters.

With these new contexts, the emotional intensity of Makamo’s work has not disappeared. Many of the faces in this exhibition - their owners engaged in social activities - contain all the emotional intensity of his early drawings. Momentarily these faces hover above their surroundings, their innermost essences exposed. They are both members of social groups and wider contexts and overwhelmingly individual. They are alone, together.

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19-21 MARCH

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Harlem  | Ticket required

17-21 MARCH

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Chelsea  | RSVP for opening

Recreate the distinct feel of Soho Home studios in your own space with our curated collections, each artwork a testament to the refined Soho House way of living. 

CLARE THATCHER

Clare Thatcher is a figurative landscape painter known for her deeply personal and emotional depictions of the natural world. She creates soft-hued, multi-textural scenes that capture the dynamic nature of landscapes using handmade paints for a magnetic depth of colour. 

TANYA ANGELOVA

Tanya Angelova is an abstract collagist and textile artist who explores memory and the concept of the trace, fragments of life's moments, places, and encounters. Angelova translates these traces into chromatic elements and material components, blurring the line between abstraction and figuration to explore the connection between matter and memory.

TANYA ANGELOVA, Paysage D'Automne, 2021

Hand-woven tapestry with wool and cotton

137 x 98 cm  |  £19,200

CLARE THATCHER,

Rockscape, 2019

Oil and pigments on plywood  |  40 x 30 cm  |  £1,000

CLARE THATCHER, Ocean Full of Song, 2022

Oil and pigments on canvas  |  140 x 300 cm |  £8,500

KEVIN JACKSON

Artist Kevin Jackson explores our relationship with an evolving world. His minimalist yet impactful approach to art reflects a return to the fundamentals of expression through mark-making on paper. Specialising in traditional printmaking techniques, Jackson emphasises precision and depth while championing the enduring value of tactile creation in our screen-dominated visual landscape. 

KEVIN JACKSON, Leaf Line, 2020

Acrylic and watercolour on canvas  |  150 x 120 cm  |  £4,125

KEVIN JACKSON, Remark #3, 2021

Oil-based etching inks on 350gsm paper  

92 x 84 cm |  £1,550

BRUCE MCLEAN

Bruce McLean is a Scottish sculptor, performance artist, and painter known for his rebellious approach to art. Since his disenchantment with academicism in the 1960s, McLean's work has challenged artistic customs through satire, rejecting categorisation and questioning hierarchies. Prestigious venues like Tate Britain and the Modern Art Gallery in Vienna have showcased his work. Esteemed collections at The National Museum of Modern Art in Edinburgh and the Victoria & Albert Museum in London house his pieces. 

SUE KENNINGTON

Previous New Contemporaries artist Sue Kennington explores the emotional possibilities of colour, influenced by human touch, geometry, and self-devised systems. Her paintings act as zenithal windows into a world where reality blends with imagination. Embracing spontaneity, Kennington rejects rigid control, allowing her hand to guide her towards fresh yet challenging colourations and forms.

SUE KENNINGTON,

Vesper (Red), 2021

Gouache on paper mounted on panel  | 25 x 20 cm  |  £729

SABRINA BROUWERS

Sabrina Brouwers explores symmetry, repetition, and the interaction between human-made and natural structures. Her paintings, meticulously plotted over a grid system, mirror urban landscapes, introducing circles to disrupt any sense of order. Through a sensitive layering process, she evokes a sense of emergence and disappearance, speaking to the therapeutic effects of art and the emotional depth in everyday environments.

SABRINA BROUWERS, In Rotation, 2023

Aluminium, acrylic and gesso on canvas

71 x 71 cm  |  £2,300

BARBARA KUEBEL

Barbara Kuebel is a woodcut printmaker who transforms personal perceptions and emotional subtleties into bold graphic compositions. Inspired by awkward social encounters, her life-size portraits delve into themes of aggression, affection, isolation, and social density.

BARBARA KUEBEL, Taking Another Viewpoint, 2020

Woodcut print on paper  |  152 x 144 cm   |   £2,400

SABRINA BROUWERS, Gestalt I, 2022

Acrylic and gesso on canvas

100 x 100 cm  |  £2,500

MILENA PALADINO

Milena Paladino, a renowned textile artist, specialises in the punch needle technique, creating minimalist pieces with natural fabrics like wool and alpaca yarn. With a focus on clarity, proportion, and harmony, her artworks offer visual and tactile experiences, inviting intimate, sensorial engagement from viewers.   

MILENA PALADINO,

Vase Composition II'22

Embroidery on linen with alpaca, cotton and wool yarn

50 x 40 cm  |  £560

MILENA PALADINO,

Vase Composition III'22

Embroidery on linen with alpaca, cotton and wool yarn

40 x 30 cm  |  £430

MILENA PALADINO,

Vase Composition VIII'23

Embroidery on linen with alpaca, cotton and wool yarn

50 x 40 cm  |  £563

HENRY WARD

Henry Ward, an artist, writer, and educator, is known for his intuitive approach to painting, drawing, and sculpture, teasing the boundary between representation and abstraction. He maintains three distinct spaces for his practice – his kitchen table, garden shed, and studio – fostering a dynamic dialogue between different means and places of creation.

HENRY WARD, Grip, 2021

Oil on canvas  |  115 x 100 cm  |   £6,000

DAY BOWMAN

Day Bowman recreates the coastal landscape of her childhood home in her paintings, blending abstraction and figuration with dynamic energy and vibrant colours. Her works, which often explore themes of place and belonging, have earned her top prizes in prestigious competitions like the Bath Arts Open and the Winsor & Newton Prize.

DAY BOWMAN, Plashy Place 5, 2019

Oil, charcoal and conté on canvas  |  140 x 150 cm   |   £7,000

HENRY WARD, 

Feint, 2022

Oil on canvas  |  60 x 76 cm  |  £3,000

HENRY WARD, 

Bear, 2021

Oil on linen  |  60 x 45 cm  |  £2,400

HENRY WARD, Blindfold, 2018

Oil on linen  |  125 x 100 cm   |   £6,000

BARBARA HOWEY

Barbara Howey captures encounters with non-human lifeforms in her paintings. Inspired by 17th and 18th-century botanical paintings and working with a dynamic wet-into-wet painting process, Howey creates ambiguous, inviting spaces, providing an expressive backdrop for her floral displays and a channel to wonder at these short but intense moments of plant life.

BARBARA HOWEY, 

Wood Anemone, 2022

Oil on gesso board  |  35 x 28 cm  |  £800

BARBARA HOWEY, 

Botanical, 2022

Oil on gesso board  |  35 x 28 cm  |  £800

BARBARA HOWEY, 

Bee in Catmint, 2022

Oil on gesso board  |  51 x 41 cm  |  £900

BARBARA HOWEY, The Day After Tomorrow, 2023

Oil on linen |  100 x 81 cm   |   £3,000

BARBARA HOWEYMarsh, 2023

Oil on linen |  100 x 81 cm   |   £3,000

PHILIP MALTMAN

Philip Maltman delves into the dynamic 'littoral zone' where land and water intersect in a symphony of chaos and change. His oil paintings offer a fresh perspective on nature, distilling scenes into fragmented yet evocative portrayals that challenge viewers to find meaning amidst scattered shapes and thick, painterly patterns. 

PHILIP MALTMAN, A Scottish Field 64, 2023

Oil and crayon on canvas  |  70 x 60 cm  |  £1,300

PHILIP MALTMAN, Riddler II, 2017

Oil and crayon on canvas  |  100 x 75 cm  |  £3,000

PHILIP MALTMAN, Il Ritorno di Tobia..., 2022

Oil on canvas  |  50 x 70 cm  |  £2,400

PHILIP MALTMAN, Mahler 9..., 2022

Oil on canvas   |  42 x 59 cm  |  £1,605

JACK PAFFETT,

Untitled (Fig. 14), 2023

Oil on canvas  |  25 x 31 cm  |  £1,050

JACK PAFFETT

Jack Paffett creates ambiguous stories inspired by his surroundings, painting with spontaneous interactions where each brushstroke responds to the last. His art teeters between construction and destruction, resulting in paintings bearing traces of previous layers. This fluid process mirrors the nature of paint itself, producing enigmatic spaces reflecting their origins. 

JACK PAFFETT, White Lies, 2023

Oil and acrylic on canvas  |  122 x 112 cm   |   £3,500

JACK PAFFETT,

Late Night Tales, 2023

Oil on canvas  |  25 x 20 cm  |  £950

JACK PAFFETT,

Kindle, 2023

Oil on canvas  |  20 x 20 cm  |  £950

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TANYA ANGELOVA, Abstraction Matinale, 2020

Hand-woven tapestry with wool, cotton and silk thread  

131 x 99 cm  |  £19,200

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SUE KENNINGTON,

Trio #14, 2023

Gouache on paper mounted on panel  |  25 x 20 cm  |  £729

SUE KENNINGTON,

Giardino #1, 2021

Gouache on paper mounted on panel  |  25 x 20 cm  |  £729

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KING'S ROAD STUDIO, LONDON 

A former chapel originally built in 1824, this interior space sits in the heart of Chelsea’s design district on King’s Road.

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PHILIP MALTMAN

Philip Maltman delves into the dynamic 'littoral zone' where land and water intersect in a symphony of chaos and change. His oil paintings offer a fresh perspective on nature, distilling scenes into fragmented yet evocative portrayals that challenge viewers to find meaning amidst scattered shapes and thick, painterly patterns. 

PHILIP MALTMAN, 

Capriccio, 2021

Oil on board  |  40 x 30 cm  

£660

PHILIP MALTMAN,

Rain on Tin, 2019

Oil on paper  |  45 x 32 cm

£670

PHILIP MALTMAN,

Capriccio 3, 2021

Oil on board  |  40 x 30 cm  

£660

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KEVIN JACKSON

Artist Kevin Jackson explores our relationship with an evolving world. His minimalist yet impactful approach to art reflects a return to the fundamentals of expression through mark-making on paper. Specialising in traditional printmaking techniques, Jackson emphasises precision and depth while championing the enduring value of tactile creation in our screen-dominated visual landscape. 

KEVIN JACKSON, Scissor Shear, 2023

Dry pastel, varnish & modelling paste on canvas | 31.5 x 43.3 in - 80 x 110 cm 

$4,535

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KOTARO MACHIYAMA

Kotaro Machiyama creates bold and colourful abstract paintings from his studio in Tokyo inspired by the beauty of time and space. His illustrative style combines Pop Art touches with expansive flat spaces, transporting viewers to another cartoon-like dimension. 

KOTARO MACHIYAMA, Be Inside, 2024

Acrylic on canvas  |  20.9 x 25.7 in - 53 x 65 cm  

$1,735

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SOHO HOME, LONDON - UK

KING'S ROAD STUDIO

Welcome to Dwellings: an immersive art exhibition curated by Rise Art in collaboration with Soho Home.

 

SOHO HOME, NEW YORK - USA

DUMBO STUDIO

Located on the ground floor of DUMBO House in Brooklyn, this dedicated interior design studio offers expert advice on how to bring Soho House design into your home.

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BRUCE MCLEAN, Dark Purple Garden, 2016

Monoprint on paper with hand-painted embellishments

175 X 140 cm  |  £16,000

BRUCE MCLEAN, Lemon Light Garden, 2016

Monoprint on paper with hand-painted embellishments

175 X 140 cm  |  £16,000

Capture the essence of Soho Home spaces in your own home with our curated selection of art, each piece a testament to the spirit and style of their Houses.

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TANYA ANGELOVA, 

Abstraction Matinale, 2020

Hand-woven tapestry with wool, cotton and silk thread  

131 x 99 cm  |  £19,200

TANYA ANGELOVA, 

Paysage D'Automne, 2021

Hand-woven tapestry with wool and cotton

137 x 98 cm  |  £19,200

SABRINA BROUWERS, 

Gestalt I, 2022

Acrylic and gesso on canvas 

100 x 100 cm  |  £2,500

SABRINA BROUWERS, 

In Rotation, 2023

Aluminium, acrylic and gesso on canvas  

71 x 71 cm  |  £2,300

KEVIN JACKSON, 

Leaf Line, 2020

Acrylic and watercolour on canvas 

150 x 120 cm  |  £4,125

KEVIN JACKSON, 

Remark #3, 2021

Oil-based etching inks on 350gsm paper  

92 x 84 cm |  £1,550

SUE KENNINGTON,

Giardino #1, 2021

Gouache on paper mounted on panel 

25 x 20 cm  |  £729

SUE KENNINGTON,

Trio #14, 2023

Gouache on paper mounted on panel 

25 x 20 cm  |  £729

SUE KENNINGTON,

Vesper (Red), 2021

Gouache on paper mounted on panel

25 x 20 cm  |  £729

PHILIP MALTMAN, 

A Scottish Field 64, 2023

Oil and crayon on canvas 

70 x 60 cm  |  £1,300

PHILIP MALTMAN, 

Riddler II, 2017

Oil and crayon on canvas 

100 x 75 cm  |  £3,000

PHILIP MALTMAN, 

Il Ritorno di Tobia in..., 2022

Oil on canvas

50 x 70 cm  |  £2,400

PHILIP MALTMAN, 

Mahler 9 in Vita's Gar..., 2022

Oil on canvas 

42 x 59 cm  |  £1,605

BRUCE MCLEAN,

Lemon Light Garden, 2016

Monoprint on paper with hand-painted embellishments

175 X 140 cm  |  £16,000

BRUCE MCLEAN, 

Dark Purple Garden, 2016

Monoprint on paper with hand-painted embellishments

175 X 140 cm  |  £16,000

From evocative depictions of rootedness, embracing organic forms and earthy textures, to interactive artworks designed to evoke sensory reflections on comfort and familiarity, each piece emerges as a distinct and compelling inquiry into the vast concept of home. Discover more about the artists involved in Rise Art's collaboration with Soho Home below.

Rise Art presents an ongoing exploration of home and belonging: Dwellings.

BARBARA KUEBEL, 

Taking Another Viewpoint, 2020

Woodcut print on paper

152 x 144 cm   |   £2,400

HENRY WARD, 

Blindfold, 2018

Oil on linen

125 x 100 cm   |   £6,000

HENRY WARD, 

Grip, 2021

Oil on canvas

115 x 100 cm  |   £6,000

HENRY WARD, 

Bear, 2021

Oil on linen

60 x 45 cm  |  £2,400

HENRY WARD, 

Feint, 2022

Oil on canvas

60 x 76 cm  |  £3,000

DAY BOWMAN, 

Plashy Place 5, 2019

Oil, charcoal and conté on canvas

140 x 150 cm   |   £7,000

BARBARA HOWEY, 

Wood Anemone, 2022

Oil on gesso board  

35 x 28 cm  |  £800

BARBARA HOWEY, 

Botanical, 2022

Oil on gesso board

35 x 28 cm  |  £800

BARBARA HOWEY, 

Bee in Catmint, 2022

Oil on gesso board

51 x 41 cm  |  £900

BARBARA HOWEY,

The Day After Tomorrow, 2023

Oil on linen 

100 x 81 cm   |   £3,000

BARBARA HOWEY,

Marsh, 2023

Oil on linen 

100 x 81 cm   |   £3,000

JACK PAFFETT,

White Lies, 2023

Oil and acrylic on canvas

122 x 112 cm   |   £3,500

JACK PAFFETT,

 Late Night Tales, 2023

Oil on canvas

25 x 20 cm  |  £950

JACK PAFFETT,

Untitled (Fig. 14), 2023

Oil on canvas 

25 x 31 cm  |  £1,050

JACK PAFFETT,

Kindle, 2023

Oil on canvas  |  20 x 20 cm  |  £950

CLARE THATCHER,

Rockscape, 2019

Oil and pigments on plywood

40 x 30 cm  |  £1,000

CLARE THATCHER, 

Ocean Full of Song, 2022

Oil and pigments on canvas

140 x 300 cm |  £8,500

KEVIN JACKSON, 

Scissor Shear, 2023

Dry pastel, varnish and modelling paste on canvas

31.5 x 43.3 in - 80 x 110 cm | $4,535

KEVIN JACKSON, 

From the Dancing Sea *1v6, 2021

Varnish on paper  |  38 x 45.5 cm |  £500

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KEVIN JACKSON, 

From the Dancing..., 2021

Varnish on paper

38 x 45.5 cm |  £500

Soho Home, a contemporary interiors brand designed for relaxed, creative living, draws from over 25 years of design heritage to mirror the look and feel of their Soho Houses around the world. 

Rise Art shines a light on today's most dynamic and culturally significant artists, collaborating directly with a curated roster of emerging, mid-career, and established artists worldwide.

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KOTARO MACHIYAMA, I (clipping series...), 2023

Acrylic on canvas  |  35.8 x 28.6 in - 91 x 72 cm  

$3,315

NELSON MAKAMO

Johannesburg-based Nelson Makamo has gained global recognition for his candid portraits of children from his birthplace, Limpopo, the northernmost province of South Africa. His art redefines perceptions of African childhood, capturing universal emotions such as joy, prowess, and determination 

NELSON MAKAMO, Placid Blue, 2022

Oil on Belgian linen  |  17.7 x 17.7 in - 45 x 45 cm 

$17,000

NELSON MAKAMO, Connecting Allys, 2021

Charcoal, acrylic and oil pastel on paper  |  63 x 47.2 in - 160 x 120 cm

$37,000

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HENRY WARD

Henry Ward, an artist, writer, and educator, is known for his intuitive approach to painting, drawing, and sculpture, teasing the boundary between representation and abstraction. He maintains three distinct spaces for his practice – his kitchen table, garden shed, and studio – fostering a dynamic dialogue between different means and places of creation.

HENRY WARD, Studio I, 2023

Acrylic on canvas  |  59 x 49.2 in - 150 x 125 cm

$9,965

HENRY WARD, Tombola, 2023

Acrylic on wood  |  20 x 15.7 in - 51 x 40 cm 

$2,245

HENRY WARD, Folly, 2023

Acrylic on canvas  |  59.8 48 in - 152 x 122 cm

$9,965

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NELSON MAKAMO, Moon Walk, 2021

Charcoal, acrylic and pastel on paper  |  63 x 47.2 in - 160 x 120 cm  $37,000

DAY BOWMAN, Study 2 Plashy Place, 2018

Oil, charcoal and conte on canvas  | 45 x 50 cm

£1,400

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DAY BOWMANStudy 1 Plashy Place, 2018

Oil, charcoal and conte on canvas  | 45 x 50 cm

£1,400

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DAY BOWMAN

Day Bowman recreates the coastal landscape of her childhood home in her paintings, blending abstraction and figuration with dynamic energy and vibrant colours. Her works, which often explore themes of place and belonging, have earned her top prizes in prestigious competitions like the Bath Arts Open and the Winsor & Newton Prize.

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JESSICA MATIER

Jessica Matier’s abstract expressionist paintings explore the intrinsic relationship between humanity and nature through mixed media, presenting a spiritual and feminine reclamation of a traditionally masculine genre.

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JESSICA MATIER, The Love That Waits..., 2023

Acrylic, watercolour and pastel on canvas  |  38 x 44 in - 96 x 112 cm  

$4,405

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JESSICA MATIER, The Card Before the Em..., 2023

Acrylic on canvas  |  14 x 18 in - 45 x 35 cm  

$1,805

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CHARLOTTE ROSEBERRY

Charlotte Roseberry is an abstract painter and experimental draughtsperson whose volatile and yet carefully considered works intermingle semi-organic forms with bold, block colours. 

CHARLOTTE ROSEBERRY, 

Sun Rug, 2021

Oil on panel  |  19.7 x 19.7 in - 50 x 50 cm  

$1,530

CHARLOTTE ROSEBERRY,

Soothsayer, 2022

Oil on panel  |  10.2 x 10.2 in - 26 x 26 cm 

$1,230

CHARLOTTE ROSEBERRY,

Adrift, 2020

Oil on panel  |  19.7 x 19.7 in - 50 x 50 cm

$1,495

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ANDREW CRANE

Andrew Crane, rooted in graphics and typography, weaves letterforms and numbers into his landscape paintings, infusing them with narrative intrigue. Venturing beyond traditional mediums, he employs cement to craft durable painting surfaces, adding an unexpected dimension to his artistry. He has exhibited widely across the UK and Europe and is a member of Contemporary British Painting.

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ANDREW CRANE, 

Panto, 2021

Oil on canvas

40 x 40 in - 102 x 102 cm  $3,300.00

ANDREW CRANE, Panto, 2021

Oil on canvas  |  40.2 x 40.2 in - 102 x 102 cm  

$3,300

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ANDREW CRANE, As it Comes, 2019

Oil on canvas  |  29.9 x 39.8 in - 76 x 101 cm  

$1,495

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NELSON MAKAMO, 

Placid Blue, 2022

Oil on Belgian linen  

17.7 x 17.7 in - 45 x 45 cm  |  $17,000

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NELSON MAKAMO, 

Moon Walk, 2021

Charcoal, acrylic and pastel on paper

63 x 47.2 in - 160 x 120 cm  |  $37,000

NELSON MAKAMO,

Connecting Allys, 2021

Charcoal, acrylic and oil pastel on paper 

63 x 47.2 in - 160 x 120 cm  |  $37,000

CHARLOTTE ROSEBERRY,

Adrift, 2020

Oil on panel  |  19.7 x 19.7 in - 50 x 50 cm

$1,495

CHARLOTTE ROSEBERRY,

Soothsayer, 2022

Oil on panel

10 x 10 in - 26 x 26 cm  |  $1,230

CHARLOTTE ROSEBERRY, 

Sun Rug, 2021

Oil on panel 19.7 x 19.7 in - 50 x 50 cm  |  $1,530

HENRY WARD, 

Folly, 2023

Acrylic on canvas

59.8 x 48 in - 152 x 122 cm  |  $9,965


HENRY WARD, 

Tombola, 2023

Acrylic on wood

20 x 15.7 in - 51 x 40 cm  |  $2,245


HENRY WARD, 

Studio I, 2023

Acrylic on canvas  |  59 x 49.2 in - 150 x 125 cm

$9,965

KOTARO MACHIYAMA, 

I (clipping series...), 2023

Acrylic on canvas 

35.8 x 28.6 in - 91 x 72 cm |   $3,315

KOTARO MACHIYAMA, 

Be Inside, 2024

Acrylic on canvas

20.9 x 25.7 in - 53 x 65 cm  |  $1,735


JESSICA MATIER, 

The Card Before..., 2023

Acrylic on canvas

14 x 18 in - 45 x 35 cm  |  $1,805

JESSICA MATIER, 

The Love That Waits..., 2023

Acrylic, watercolour and pastel on canvas 

38 x 44 in - 96 x 112 cm   |  $4,405

ANDREW CRANE, 

As it Comes, 2019

Oil on canvas

29.9 x 39.8 in - 76 x 101 cm  |  $1,495

SOHO HOME, OXFORDSHIRE - UK

FARMHOUSE STUDIO

Surrounded by 100 acres of Oxfordshire countryside, Soho Farmhouse is a rural escape offering food and drinks, wellness experiences and outdoor activities.

HENRY WARD

Henry Ward, an artist, writer, and educator, is known for his intuitive approach to painting, drawing, and sculpture, teasing the boundary between representation and abstraction. He maintains three distinct spaces for his practice – his kitchen table, garden shed, and studio – fostering a dynamic dialogue between different means and places of creation.

HENRY WARD, Puppet, 2021

Oil and acrylic on paper laid on canvas  | 150 x 200 cm 

£9,500

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EXHIBITING ARTISTS

JOHANNA MELVIN

Abstract artist Johanna Melvin draws inspiration from architectural details and everyday experiences in urban and suburban environments. Melvin finds inspiration in fleeting visual sensations like window brush marks, cityscapes, and urban colour relationships, which excite the eye and inform her work with a sense of freedom and play.

JOHANNA MELVIN, 

Runaround, 2019

Acrylic on canvas  |  28.7 x 24.8 in - 73 x 63 cm  

$3,465

JOHANNA MELVIN,

Lament for Hand..., 2020

Acrylic on wood panel  |  24.8 x 20.9 in - 63 x 53 cm 

$5,065

JOHANNA MELVIN,

Green Cantilever, 2019

Acrylic on canvas  |  28.7 x 24.8 in - 73 x 63 cm

$3,465

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JOHANNA MELVIN,

Green Cantilever, 2019

Acrylic on canvas

28.7 x 24.8 in - 73 x 63 cm  |  $3,465

JOHANNA MELVIN,

Lament for Hand..., 2020

Acrylic on wood panel

24.8 x 20.9 in - 63 x 53 cm  |  $5,065

JOHANNA MELVIN, 

Runaround, 2019

Acrylic on canvas 

28.7 x 24.8 in - 73 x 63 cm  |  $3,465

WESTBOURNE GROVE STUDIO, LONDON (coming soon)  

At the lively heart of Notting Hill, discover the home of Soho Home’s interior service, Soho Home Design: Westbourne Grove Studio.

DUMBO STUDIO, NEW YORK

Located on the ground floor of DUMBO House in Brooklyn, this dedicated interior design studio offers expert advice on how to bring Soho House design into your home.

DUMBO STUDIO,        NEW YORK

Located on the ground floor of DUMBO House in Brooklyn, this dedicated interior design studio offers expert advice on how to bring Soho House design into your home.

PHILIP MALTMAN, 

Capriccio, 2021

Oil on board  

40 x 30 cm  |  £660

PHILIP MALTMAN,

Rain on Tin, 2019

Oil on paper

45 x 32 cm  |  £670

PHILIP MALTMAN,

Capriccio 3, 2021

Oil on board 

40 x 30 cm  |  £660

HENRY WARD, Puppet, 2021

Oil and acrylic on paper laid on canvas

150 x 200 cm  |  £9,500

BARBARA KUEBEL, Woman with stop watch, 2024

Oil and wax on canvas  |  43.3 x 43.3 in - 110 x 110 cm 

$1,570

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BARBARA KUEBELState of mind... , 2024

Oil and wax on canvas  |  47 x 47 in - 120 x 120cm 

$1,895

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BARBARA KUEBEL

Barbara Kuebel is a woodcut printmaker who transforms personal perceptions and emotional subtleties into bold graphic compositions. Inspired by awkward social encounters, her life-size portraits delve into themes of aggression, affection, isolation, and social density.

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BARBARA KUEBEL

State of mind..., 2024

Oil and wax on canvas

47.2 x 47.2 in - 120 x 120cm  |  $1,895

BARBARA KUEBEL,

Woman with stop watch, 2024

Oil and wax on canvas

43.3 x 43.3 in - 110 x 110 cm  |  $1,570

DAY BOWMAN, 

Study 2 Plashy Place, 2018

Oil, charcoal and conte on canvas

45 x 50 cm  |  £1,400

DAY BOWMAN

Study 1 Plashy Place, 2018

Oil, charcoal and conte on canvas

45 x 50 cm  |  £1,400

CLARE THATCHER

Clare Thatcher is a figurative landscape painter known for her deeply personal and emotional depictions of the natural world. She creates soft-hued, multi-textural scenes that capture the dynamic nature of landscapes using handmade paints for a magnetic depth of colour. 

CLARE THATCHER, 

Space Between V , 2021

Oil and pigments on plywood  |  31 x 24 cm  

£1,000

CLARE THATCHER,

Space Between III , 2021

Oil and pigments on plywood  |  31 x 24 cm  

£1,000

CLARE THATCHER,

Space Between IV , 2021

Oil and pigments on plywood  |  31 x 24 cm  

£1,000

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CLARE THATCHER, 

Space Between V , 2021

Oil and pigments on plywood 

31 x 24 cm  |  £1,000

CLARE THATCHER,

Space Between III, 2019

Oil and pigments on plywood  

31 x 24 cm  |  £1,000

CLARE THATCHER,

Space Between IV , 2021

Oil and pigments on plywood  

31 x 24 cm  |  £1,000

ELLIE WANG

Mixed-media artist Ellie Wang explores content generated from everyday behaviours and routines, using personal memories and select shared experiences to open up a wider conversation around identity and heritage. 

ELLIE WANG, Watching Cousins Grow into Sisters, 2022

Oil on canvas  | 168 X 152 cm 

£7,000

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ELLIE WANG, Watching    Cousins Grow into Sisters, 2022

Oil on canvas

168 X 152 cm  |  £7,000