This week I attended the Fiumano Fine Art Gallery’s summer exhibition. I can’t say I’ve ever been to this gallery’s summer shows before because, particularly in recent years, I’ve spent this time of the year in New York. Nevertheless, it’s always a great pleasure to see friend and gallery owner Francesca Fiumano doing what she loves and presenting the work of some great contemporary artists.
During the private view on the 6th August and throughout the exhibition, Fiumano Fine Art will be inviting friends and collectors to select their favourite exhibit and leave interactive comments about the exhibition on the gallery’s front window. The artist who receives the most votes will have a larger selection of work displayed during the gallery’s Finissage party on the 14th August.
The exhibition features some great and thought provoking work by gallery artists including Roger Holtom, Rosana Ibarrola, Maud de Jeu, Kathy Ramsay Carr , Takefumi Hori and Andrea Patrisi. I was particularly drawn to the work of British artist Richard Farrant. The fluidity and movement of his work is clearly represented in the charcoal work featured in the show. If you are in the area please visit the exhibition.
Gallery opening hours are Tuesday – Friday 11-6pm,
Saturdays 11-4, Sunday and Monday by appointment only. For further information please visit
Fiumano Fine Art 27 Connaught Street
London W2 2AY or visit www.fiumanofineart.com