Lot110: Paul Roundhill

Resurrection, 2000
Photography, 15.8″ x 23.4″, mounted on display board

Artist Statement: Multi-media artist, photographer, visionary.

“A moment of drama at St Matthews church Bethnal Green with Reggie Kray’s last visit to the East End for his brother Charlie’s funeral on 19th April 2000.”


For further info please visit: https://www.instagram.com/paulroundhill/



Lot109: Sanroman Susana

KKM, 2016

Paspatur,  48 x 57 cm (framed 72×82 cm)

Artist Statement: Since completing her B.A. (hon) in photography at the London College of Communication (University of the Arts London), she has been involved in a number of international exhibitions both as an artist and a curator.

For further info please visit: http://www.susanasanroman.com



Lot108: Dion Wright

Idukki dam ,2015
Photography, A3, Framed 

Artist Statement: “I have always had a passion for photography as it has allowed me to almost enter a whole new universe. It has allowed me to take the madness out of my head and reinvent it into something beautiful for the eye of the beholder. Most recently I have been using my photography to document my journey through volunteer work. This piece specifically was taken while working with orphanages and I was lucky enough to be witness of some of the most beautiful sights. I wanted to capture the peacefulness and wonder India had to offer.”

For further info please visit: http://www.dionwright.com/

Guide Price: £50



Lot107: Paul Sakoilsky

Sunset, View from 138, Balfron Tower’, 2014
Oil on Canvas, 25 x 20 cm

Artist Statement: The painting donated for the auction, is a life-study made during a one year live/work residency via Bow Arts, on the top floor of Erno Goldfinger’s iconic brutalist Balfron Tower in East London.

For further info please visit: https://www.paulsakoilsky.com/about

Guide Price: £800



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



Lot105: Graham Tunnadine

23 seconds of Now (in Piccadilly)

Panochronogram print, paper mounted on aluminium.

Signed artist proof numbered “1”. Authenticated.
Framing: Preferred unframed, batten mounted at least 25mm from wall.
(A very rare opportunity to buy the work of this artist who usually makes ephemeral artworks)

Artist Statement: Graham Tunnadine has been capturing these Panochronogram* pictures for several years. From his interest in time and the present moment he records journeys where every viewpoint along the image is a new point in time, giving multiple viewpoints, multiple perspectives and multiple ‘nows’.  These “Panochronograms” are phenomenological experiments in video & digital imaging where the software chooses what it sees as it tracks through space and time.

“Wherever you look, it is always ‘now’, and that ‘now’ is seen from a specific location.”

 For further info please visit: https://www.linkedin.com/in/graham-tunnadine-3005538/

Guide Price: £1,500



Lot104: Fereshteh Masoomzadeh

Tabasom 2 (Smile in Persian), 2016
Acrylic Screen Print on Canvas. Three pieces, each measuring 103x153cm (309x153cm)

Artist Statement: “My artistic intention with Tabasom 2 was to highlight particular world issues, whilst creating a dialogue platform between viewer and issues embedded within the painting. Viewer commentary has so far included questions regarding the aesthetics of the entire image; the symbolism contained within the smile itself; the production process; the use of black; spatial composition; interpretations of political inferences and apparent emptiness versus elements that one notices on closer inspection. The piece invites an unconscious participation from the viewer, where the visual effect of white on white, and black on black; and layers of white and layers of black; forces one to consider a deeper level of interpretation.”

For further info please visit: http://fereshtehmasoomzadeh.com/tabasom-2



Lot103: Gaynor O’Flynn

The Artist Naked & Blurred, 2012
Hanuman Photorag Ltd Edition Print, small. Set in black A4 landscape frame. Signed, dated & stamped by artist.

Artist Statement: Sound, rays & light & my belief in the interconnected nature of all is at the core of my life & practice. I believes that art produced from a place of spontaneity & compassion has the power to open our hearts & minds to our true nature. The ltd Edition print is from a work, ‘The Artist Naked & Blurred’ which first exhibited in Hanmi Gallery, Fitzrovia London in 2013. Featuring sound, video, live performance Ltd Edition Prints & a Ltd Edition Book.

For further info please visit: http://www.gaynoroflynn.com/

Guide Price: £750



Lot102: Georgina McNamara

Tip, 2001
C Type Print, 71 x 48cm framed

Artist Statement: Through the use of models and garment distortion, these images explore the relationship between the body and the imagination. With influences including classical iconography and contemporary dance, images are digitally constructed with strong formal and sculptural qualities.

The concealment of props beneath clothing may disturb or prompt the viewer to make alternative associations to what is literally presented.
As such, garments are used not simply as props, but as emotional vehicles to create a psychological space for the exploration of fantasy.


For further info please visit:  http://www.georginamcnamara.com/about.html




Lot92: Leila Houston

‘How to survive’ (2017), 6/17
Clay, 9 x 5 inch

Artist Statement: Leila Houston (London, 1977) is a visual artist whose work investigates the social, political and historical aspects of a place and the impact we have on each other and our environments.  ‘How to survive’ (2017) was the first part of a major project funded by Arts Council England. The work derived from a dream Houston and perhaps living in poor conditions in England. The dream featured a rotting, barely alive baby. This vivid image was moulded into a sculpture for this project, reflecting her own experience of vulnerability and anxiety.
It is in part an attempt to understand space and its impact upon us, and our impact upon it. It is a platform for many voices. It is an ongoing expedition, a journey down a sprawling path with no single destination.

For further info please visit: http://leilahoustonart.weebly.com/

Guide Price: £1,250