Masterpiece 2019: Sarah Myerscough Gallery
Posted on July 16 2019
Sarah Myerscough Gallery exhibits an impressive collection of art and sculptural design at the 2019 edition of Masterpiece London.
After a hugely successful exhibition at Masterpiece 2018 with a stand out show space, Sarah Myerscough Gallery returns to the fair with another impressive collection of works. Pieces from the ever-popular Maisie Broadhead drew the crowds with art historical images and genres re-interpreted into works that extend out of the frames into the surrounding space.
What makes the Sarah Myerscough Gallery spaces so impressive is careful attention to detail, vibrant colour palettes and collections of works that emphasise the beauty of nature and material.
Other highlights presented by the gallery include the beautiful hand-carved wooden sculptural works by Alison Crowther, using materials sourced exclusively from UK woodlands. Tall wooden vessels stand at the entrance crafted by Ernst Gamperi, their unique forms created by turning the wood at its early green and supple stage. Finally, Eleanor Lakelin's fascinating objects, dramatically lit on plinths to reveal the organic chaos of natural material by pulling back the layers of materials to expose the creation, decay and erosion of nature.