4 - 26 July, 2014
Peter Marigold’s exhibition at Sarah Myerscough Gallery – a must see!
Ambra Medda wrote a laudatory review of Peter Marigold’s exhibition Bleed at Sarah Myerscough Gallery. Read the article here.
Gallery to take part in London Art Weekend
The gallery is delighted to be taking part in Brown’s Hotel London Art Weekend on 5th and 6th July. We Read more…
Peter Marigold’s Bleed Cabinets on designboom
Peter Marigold’s beautiful Bleed Cabinets have been featured on designboom. Read the article here.
Maisie Broadhead to create major installation for Brighton’s Royal Pavillion
We are delighted to announce that gallery artist Maisie Broadhead has won a prize with Brighton’s iconic building, the Royal Read more…
Ernst Gamperl at Serpentine Sackler Gallery
Gallery artist Ernst Gamperl is currently at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery as part of Martino Gamper’s ‘Design is a State Read more…
Martin & Dowling Work Acquired by Philadelphia Museum of Art
We are pleased to announce that the Philadelphia Museum of Art has acquired Big Bend, a major piece from Malcolm Read more…
Sarah Myerscough Gallery was established in 1998 in Mayfair, London’s premier West End location, as a space for both emerging and established, principally British artists. The gallery exhibits a range of painting, photography, and more recently contemporary design with the aim of encouraging innovation and aesthetic vitality, as well as a strong emphasis on distinguished technical skill and quality of practice. Through a programme of solo and curated group exhibitions, the gallery aims to present the public with a diversity of artists whose work exemplifies the above skills and qualities, establishing the space as a context for progressive contemporary art.
The gallery currently represents internationally known artists but still with an eye on art graduates and young talent. The gallery also exhibits at international art fairs and its gallery artists include: (Fine Art Paintings and Photography) Andrew Mackenzie, James Lumsden, Jenny Pockley, Andy Stewart, Michael Corkrey, Alicia Dubnyckyj, Maisie Broadhead, Paul Riley, John Hoyland RA, Sachyio Nishimura and Sue Morgan. (Fine Art Craft, Applied Arts and Contemporary Design) Philip Moulthrop, John Jordan, Christian Burchard, Anthony Bryant, Ernst Gamperl, Marc Ricourt, Liam Flynn, Malcolm Martin and Gaynor Dowling, Friedemann Buehler, Thomas Bohle, Jim Partridge and Liz Walmsley, Michael Peterson, Pascal Oudet, Gareth Neal and Peter Marigold.