Louisa Tebbutt – 13th to 26th September
Louisa Tebbutt’s exhibition is starting on the 13th and running all the way through to the 26th of September. We are hosting private views this Thursday and Friday from 5:30pm-9:00pm for you all.
If you would like to book a private appointment please email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively text Harry on 07732014649.
You can find Louisa at
Email – email@example.com
Number – 07872022390
‘From where I stand I see you – dream with your eyes wide open, there is no beauty without some strangeness. Draw a line around your thoughts and dissolve into the sky. We are all broken – that’s how the light gets in. It haunts me and never leaves, we grow up but the monsters stay. Quiet people have the loudest minds and silence is so accurate… Quiet little voices.’
Louisa is a London based mixed media artist. Versatile and imaginative yet highly technical, she combines traditional art education with an emphasis on figurative studies. Most of her original artworks are on oxidized steel, and she has recently produced a series of watercolour portraits.
National and international level, including: London, The Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, Chicago, Boston MA (Copley Society of Art) , New Jersey, Tel Aviv, Budapest and Vienna to name but a few. She has many works in private and corporate collections around the world. Louisa has been commissioned by many celebrity clients including musicians and Hollywood A-list.
Louisa’s debut collection received considerable attention with works accepted for the screening project at the Saatchi Gallery, London. Her work heavily relies on inspiration from urban art. A related term is “sgraffito“, which involves scratching through one layer of pigment to reveal another beneath it. This is exactly the process used when working on oxidised steel – constantly grinding away the surface to the past scribes of paint and collage from the previous point, giving the work further depth each and every time. Her latest collection and technique has developed over 12 months and has pushed the oxidisation process to extreme new levels. Louisa has perfected “painting in with nature to allow the rusting process to create the image”.