St George, London's leading mixed-use developer, is delighted to announce that Imperial Wharf will be hosting a joint exhibition of new sculpture and paintings by award winning artists, Paul Vanstone and Lynn Parotti.
The exhibition, which draws from Dylan Thomas's poem,The Force That Through the Green Fuse Drives the Flower, is to be held at Imperial Wharf from 8th to 22nd December 2008.
Ross Faragher, Managing Director, St George Central London, commented: "We are delighted to host this joint exhibition, bringing this exciting collection of art and sculpture to Imperial Wharf and offering visitors the opportunity to enjoy these works in a new setting."
Vanstone works in marble and onyx, creating fluidity of movement in human form, which complements Parotti's oil paintings of the Thames and the natural world. He has a growing reputation for his sculpture, which has been featured in major institutions such as The British Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum, Thompson's Gallery and St. Pancras in London and is a winner of the Henry Moore Award. Vanstone's sculptures will be exhibited in the Imperial Wharf Sensory Garden, enabling them to be seen against the backdrop of the River Thames.
Parotti exhibits regularly in the UK, the Bahamas, the US and Italy. Her work has been reviewed in The Miami Herald, The Evening Standard and on Sky Television, and she has won numerous awards, including London Arts Board grants and a Skowhegan Fellowship.