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Gary's passion is working with found and recycled objects, rescuing and transforming them into new and beautiful objects. Part art/part archeology, his pieces often reflect over 1,000 years of London history; from Roman occupation through the great plagues and fires that have blighted London, through empire building and brisk commerce, right up to the present day. Whether mixed media collages, jewellery, mosaics or sculpture, each piece is unique and always has a story to tell.
Gary was born and raised in Stepney in London's East End; his family history can be traced back for at least 200 hundred years in London, probably longer. Over the past several years Gary has had his work exhibited both in London and in New York City, where he spent a number of years working on urban art projects as well as exploring the less-well-trodden city parks in search of American and British Revolutionary artefacts.
After working at the United Nations for a number of years I decided to spend more time following my passion for art and antiques and started a business based in NYC. This allowed me more time to travel the United States looking for items of interest, as well as giving me the chance to see America through some of the objects that define its past.
Featured Shows: Kent Painters 2019
Candid Gallery Islington 2018
Open Studios 2018
Kent Painters society Show 2018
Conquest House Gallery, (Juried Show Winner 2017 & Resident Artist).
South East Open Studios 2017
Canary Wharf, London 2017 (featured Artist)
What If Gallery 2017 (Featured Artist)
East London Design Centre 2017 (Featured Artist)
Blue Water Gallery 2017
Byard Art Gallery, Cambridge 2017
Macon Gallery, Hoxton 2016
Urban Gallery, 46th & Broadway NYC
Soho PS4 Gallery, NYC
Featured Artist in Period Living Magazine as well as a number of art and lifestyle websites, including, The Londonist and BoingBoing.