Outside In: 10th Anniversary Show Past

The Studio at Pallant House Gallery

1 September – 30 October 2016

Outside In was delighted to welcome 17 of its past Award Winners back to Pallant House Gallery to mark the project’s 10 year anniversary.

The exhibition highlighted not only the journey these Award Winners have been on since being selected by judges from one of Outside In’s four triennial open art exhibitions, but also how Outside In has been pivotal in supporting their artistic development. Many of our Award Winners have work included in art collections around the world such as Manuel Bonifacio’s work in the Collection de l’Art Brut in Lausanne.

The exhibition, which took place in the Studio at Pallant House Gallery, featured work by: Peter Andrews, Phil Baird, Manuel Bonifacio, Kate Bradbury, John Cull, Peter Cutts, Kwei Eden, James Gladwell, Dannielle Hodson, Andy Hood, Joel Howie, David Jones, Carlo Keshishian, Nigel Kingsbury, Jasna Nikolic, Michelle Roberts, and Matthew Sergison Main.

Joel Howie, one of five Award Winners in 2007. He said of winning the award that: “It made me realise what was possible and it gave me the confidence to strive for what I wanted to do – painting.” Since his win, Howie went on to secure Arts Council England and DADA funding for an accessible studio, and exhibited with his ‘Partner in Art’ Barbara MacFarlane in several exhibitions.

Carlo Keshishian, one of the six 2009 Award Winners, has a similar success story. He said: “It should go without saying that directly, and indirectly, my career has been impacted in regards to the awareness of my work being more prevalent.” Keshishian was offered a solo exhibition at the Otter Gallery, Chichester, as a result of his win, and went on to exhibit in Beirut, Lebanon, and the Palais de Tokyo and Carousel du Louvre in Paris. His work was used to illustrate the cover of artist, academic and writer David Maclagan’s book ‘Line Let Loose: Scribbling, Doodling and Automatic Drawing.’   

Image: A Tree In My Garden by Joel Howie

Outside In: 10th Anniversary Show Exhibition Photos


In this exhibition:
Manuel Bonifacio

Born in December 1947 near Lisbon, Portugal, Manuel joined the fire brigade as a volunteer at a young age. His life's ambition was to be in the army, and many of his works reflect this …

Peter Andrews

My family, my Mum and Dad, they love me. My Mum was a painter, I got the talent off my mum. My brother, his name is John, he's got a picture I painted in his …

Phil Baird

I have been selected from 190 Artists for the Outside in London competion. To show at least 4 works at The Cafe Gallery project gallery in Southwark park Bermondsey South Docklands! so you can see …

Kate Bradbury

When I wake up in the morning it's like getting dressed. I pick up my powerdrill and hacksaw and with hands still inky from late night scribblings, I set the house to singing and shaking. …

John Cull

John Cull is one of Outside In's 2007 award winners.

Peter Cutts

Peter Cutts is one of the six award winners from Outside In 2007. Peter Cutts is a Brighton based artists whose work shows a wonderful use of line, a great sense of fun and creativity as …

Kwei Eden

My work is a very organic way of expressing myself. I mainly choose the colours as I work although I do like to use a combination of colours that I think work well together. I …

James Gladwell

My family were Romany gypsy's and I started doing needlework when I was seven. My Grandma taught me how to stitch. I have been on the road since I was nine around Essex and London. I …

Dannielle Hodson

Andy Hood

I am interested in the space that's around me,particularly inside my home.I see space as fractured dimensions that can be free and open or closed and restricting.The internal and external world merge and flip in …

Joel Howie

Joel Howie, artist and winner of one of the six Outside In awards in 2007, talks about his life, residency and exhibition at the Gallery. Since my stroke at 14 the early part of my life …

David Jones

Whilst at school I enjoyed art and managed to get an ‘O’ level grade in this subject, for the next 25 years I did not do any art at all. Due to peer pressure and …

Carlo Keshishian

I have been making my work for over a decade and because of my insular nature, rarely do I reach out and show it to people. I find the issue of applying terminology to so …

Nigel kingsbury

Nigel is fascinated with a female figure and form. Sometimes he draws from memory, other times Nigel will draw someone who is in the same room as him, especially if it is someone new. He …

Jasna Nikolic

Although I have degree in art, I was associated with art brut, as a result of my visual language, the need to fill the space up, to use pure white and black paint, and the …

Michelle Roberts

Michelle has drawn and painted throughout her life. As a young girl, she accompanied her grandfather, a watercolour painter who often worked outdoors. She has maintained this drive to make art, spending much of her …

Matthew Sergison-Main

I am an illustrator and painter from Hampshire. I have always liked imaginative / fantasy art and try to convey the wonder that inspires in me through my art. I am currently working on acrylic …

Lost In Space

lost in space

30X20

Many Moons

27x16x6cm

Spring Chorus

26 x 44 cm

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