Lot106: Linda Lieberman

Grief Knot 03, 2017
Mixed Media, 58cm x 80cm

 Artist Statement: As an artist and resident and part of the amazing west London Community, Grenfell tower tragedy was an absolute shock. Grief Knot 03 is part of a larger series called ‘GRIEF KNOTS’. The grief knot is based on a sailor’s knot used by sailors’ and fishermen. As part of the same body of work I have previously created a piece on the London Bombing and another one for the war in Afghanistan. Each one is utterly different, but all using the actual grief knot in a different material.

For further info please visit: https://www.lindalieberman.com



Lot94: Stella Whalley

VENT, 2017
Giclee print on fine archival paper, 54 x 44 cm, framed

Artist Statement: “This Giclee print is taken from the installation for the CRASH show which came from a series of experiments and tests made on a residency at Foundation Obras in Portugal in Sept 2017.This work was partly in response to the tragedy of Grenfell tower about the fragility of life, hope and inequality. The paper installations using drawing materials such as graphite, charcoal and silver pigment are a reference to the towers, the movement of the brush marks are in contrast to the ridged cuts of ventilation shafts. The large piece 5 meters long collapsed as the cuts were too wide, but this has served a purpose for the CRASH show and new video work has been recorded from this as though the work will evolve into something new.”

For further info please visit: http://stellawhalley.com/paintings-drawings-prints

Guide Price £120



Lot49: Ian J Jackson

As the waves receded 7 images from the Tohoku Tsunami, (Bicycle Mr Friend), 2016

Photography, “20 x 24”

Artist Statement: In 1992, he set up his own ‘Cibachrome’ dark room in a studio in Shoreditch. Here he began to develop a unique extraverted photographic style – underpinned by his exceptional talent for transforming the everyday mundane into the unique combined with a skill for innovative image manipulation.

“I am proud to be associated with Art4Grenfell” – Ian Jackson

For further info please visit: www.ianjackojackson.com