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Glass Cloud Gallery Glass Cloud Gallery is a London based, artist run, window gallery. The initiative connects the public with fine art practices by collaborating with businesses to commission highly visible exhibitions in windows for the passing world to see.

Footfall Art is a pop up window project that collaborates with businesses to create exhibitions by London’s upcoming artists. It is a unique bridge that connects the public with fine art, providing a valuable platform for exposure to large audiences. Initiated in 2013 by Slade graduate artist, Hannah Luxton, the project has showcased 37 artists to date at Macai Ltd, Camden Peoples Theatre, Walthamstow Village Window Gallery and coming soon to the Tin Cafe in Dalston.

Mission: To increase London based artist's accessibility to general public by providing a unique opportunity to display their work in corporate business windows that have high levels of footfall. Understanding the importance of online presence and word of mouth, Glass Cloud continues to support its artists in this way.

Operating as usual

Now on @sidmotiongallery, ‘Gleaners’. A two-person show by Olivia Bax and Hannah Hughes Until 18th DecemberBoth artists ...
21/11/2020

Now on @sidmotiongallery, ‘Gleaners’. A two-person show by Olivia Bax and Hannah Hughes

Until 18th December

Both artists present new works made especially for the exhibition. An essay by Muriel Zagha accompanies the show.

Posted @withregram

#oliviabax #hannahhughes #gleaners #upcomingexhibition #sidmotiongallery

Great to see @charleypeters Studio, October 2020. Charley was our Glass Cloud artist in the Fall of 2017 💚#charleypeters...
29/10/2020

Great to see @charleypeters Studio, October 2020. Charley was our Glass Cloud artist in the Fall of 2017 💚

#charleypeters #artiststudio #artadvisor #ukartist #artcollecting #contemporaryart #artnow #abstractpainting #contemporaryarts #artdealers #artinlondon #artaddict #artcurator #abstractart

Washing Line now on @thamessidestudiosse18. Loads of great artists including Fall 2016 Glass Cloud artist Karen David.Po...
25/10/2020

Washing Line now on @thamessidestudiosse18. Loads of great artists including Fall 2016 Glass Cloud artist Karen David.

Posted @withregram • @karensdavid:
Got my purple work ready (➡️) for Washing Line curated by @neilzakiewicz & @patrickmorrissey_sp with a great line up all hung out to dry 🌧️👕🧺🧼

Washing line

Curated by Neil Zakiewicz and Patrick Morrissey

Exhibition dates: 17 October – 1 November 2020
Preview weekend: Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 October, 12-5pm

A series of washing lines are suspended across the gallery at varying heights, using the exceptional height of the space. Twenty-two artists present their work on these lines in the manner of drying clothes, or interacting with the lines in other ways.

@dominicbeattiestudio @sarah_blood @juanbolivarstudio2112 @Shanebradfordstudio @clareeburnett @will.cruickshank @karensdavid @richard_ducker @robertgood_art @grimesoona @lukehannampaintings @mindylee.me @silvia.lerin @stuart__mckenzie @morrissey_and_Hancock, @laurence.noga @danielsolomons1 @thesarahsparkes @julieverhoeven @laurawhite2 @benwoodeson @neilzakiewicz

Thames-Side Studios Gallery,
Thames-Side Studios
Harrington Way, Warspite Road
Royal Borough of Greenwich
London SE18 5NR

@thamessidestudiosse18 Gallery is open Thursday-Sunday 12-5pm during exhibitions and by appointment.

Following current Government Covid-19 guidelines, mask-wearing is compulsory and visitors must not gather in groups larger than 6. There is a limit of 20 in the gallery at one time.

#thamessidestudiosse18 #washingline #londonartgallery #woolwichart #contemporaryart #art #gallery #exhibition #artist #artgallery #artcontemporain #fineart #southlondon

Washing Line now on @thamessidestudiosse18. Loads of great artists including Fall 2016 Glass Cloud artist Karen David.Po...
25/10/2020

Washing Line now on @thamessidestudiosse18. Loads of great artists including Fall 2016 Glass Cloud artist Karen David.

Posted @withregram • @karensdavid:
Got my purple work ready (➡️) for Washing Line curated by @neilzakiewicz & @patrickmorrissey_sp with a great line up all hung out to dry 🌧️👕🧺🧼

Washing line

Curated by Neil Zakiewicz and Patrick Morrissey

Exhibition dates: 17 October – 1 November 2020
Preview weekend: Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 October, 12-5pm

A series of washing lines are suspended across the gallery at varying heights, using the exceptional height of the space. Twenty-two artists present their work on these lines in the manner of drying clothes, or interacting with the lines in other ways.

@dominicbeattiestudio @sarah_blood @juanbolivarstudio2112 @Shanebradfordstudio @clareeburnett @will.cruickshank @karensdavid @richard_ducker @robertgood_art @grimesoona @lukehannampaintings @mindylee.me @silvia.lerin @stuart__mckenzie @morrissey_and_Hancock, @laurence.noga @danielsolomons1 @thesarahsparkes @julieverhoeven @laurawhite2 @benwoodeson @neilzakiewicz

Thames-Side Studios Gallery,
Thames-Side Studios
Harrington Way, Warspite Road
Royal Borough of Greenwich
London SE18 5NR

@thamessidestudiosse18 Gallery is open Thursday-Sunday 12-5pm during exhibitions and by appointment.

Following current Government Covid-19 guidelines, mask-wearing is compulsory and visitors must not gather in groups larger than 6. There is a limit of 20 in the gallery at one time.

#thamessidestudiosse18 #washingline #londonartgallery #woolwichart #contemporaryart #art #gallery #exhibition #artist #artgallery #artcontemporain #fineart #southlondon

Love this new painting by one of our first ever Glass Cloud exhibitors back in 2014, Cassie Agazzi Brooke.Paracosm, 2020...
25/10/2020

Love this new painting by one of our first ever Glass Cloud exhibitors back in 2014, Cassie Agazzi Brooke.

Paracosm, 2020
oil on linen
Prints will be available soon

#painting #supportthearts #cassieagazzipaintings #glasscloudartist

Night lit view of Fiona Grady’s piece in the 2020 MK Calling exhibition. The exhibiton showcases some of the best talent...
25/10/2020

Night lit view of Fiona Grady’s piece in the 2020 MK Calling exhibition. The exhibiton showcases some of the best talent in the UK and closes on 1 Nov.

Grady’s piece ‘Scattered Memories’ was inspired by a visit to Bletchley Park. She states:
“My Grandma worked in Hut 6 in the final years of WWII; it was never something that was discussed with the family and she passed away before it was acceptable to share her experiences. It was important for me to visit the site where she worked to try to imagine what her life would have been like during the war.” Grady was drawn to the tape crosses on the windows of the huts that protect them from shattering. Her installation at MK Gallery is inspired by these ‘x’ shapes, with the crosses evoking of a fragile period of time.

#mkcalling2020 @mk_gallery #fionagrady #publicart #artinstallation #glasscloudartist

Hannah Luxton with her window of night time wilderness. ‘In the Garden of the Sun’, is an expanded painting using motifs...
08/10/2020

Hannah Luxton with her window of night time wilderness. ‘In the Garden of the Sun’, is an expanded painting using motifs and compositions akin to her linen paintings, with a puddle reflecting the world in fading light @hannahluxton_ . ⁣









#hannahluxton #artinreallife #camdenunlock #camdeninspire #euston #camden #camdenpeoplestheatre #cpt #windowgallery #artforthepeople #artforall #publicart #glasscloudgallery #artistrun #livegenerously #supportthearts #artcurator #whatsonlondon #artexhibition

Love how every Glass Cloud exhibition gets shot with this striking reflection; how the artwork merges with its surroundi...
08/10/2020

Love how every Glass Cloud exhibition gets shot with this striking reflection; how the artwork merges with its surrounding environment 🏙⁣

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Hannah Luxton installation ‘In the Garden of the Sun’ is an expanded painting featuring motifs, techniques and textures ...
29/09/2020

Hannah Luxton installation ‘In the Garden of the Sun’ is an expanded painting featuring motifs, techniques and textures found in her linen paintings.⁣

The stars of the show are two large, tinted, puddle-shaped mirrors that sit on a carpet of moss and lichen, reflecting a world in the enchanting light of dawn and dusk. All the while arches drift in the sky as portals from one unknown world to another.⁣

⁣www.glasscloudgallery.co.uk/hannah-luxton

Fieldworks by Alice McCabe. She is a multi-media artist, creating floral installations, paintings, performances and art ...
29/09/2020

Fieldworks by Alice McCabe. She is a multi-media artist, creating floral installations, paintings, performances and art education sessions using flowers and cheap or free materials of an ephemeral nature. Underpinning her work is a love of misunderstanding and humour, gleaned from a keen interest in Dada. Most of her works contain a joke or clue in the title to help the viewer get closer to - or further away - from the content of the piece.⁣

The concept behind ‘Fieldworks’ is rooted in the philosophy of natural farmer Masanobu Fukuoka, a self professed ‘do-nothing’ farmer. He advocated for observation and experiments in farming relying on flashes of inspiration over intellectual knowledge, commenting that the minute we think we know nature therein lies the probability we do not and the only option is to go and have another look. This series aims at capturing this inquisitiveness, whilst also encouraging reconsideration of our individual and collective responsibility towards our environment. ⁣

View from the street until dark⁣

www.glasscloudgallery.co.uk/alice-mccabe

Thank you to all who came to celebrate the new window installations by @popsymag and @hannahluxton_ ! View them from the...
12/09/2020

Thank you to all who came to celebrate the new window installations by @popsymag and @hannahluxton_ ! View them from the street during daylight hours until 19 October.⁣

Alice McCabe installing her hanging tapestries of flowers and collage inspired by permaculture farmer Masanobu Fukuoka's...
11/09/2020

Alice McCabe installing her hanging tapestries of flowers and collage inspired by permaculture farmer Masanobu Fukuoka's relationship to nature. See them tonight at our Pavement PV 6-7pm.⁣⁣
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⁣www.glasscloudgallery.co.uk/alice-mccabe

Here’s Hannah, glowing after placing her puddle mirror in the windows. These beautiful, fragile works are tinted glass m...
11/09/2020

Here’s Hannah, glowing after placing her puddle mirror in the windows. These beautiful, fragile works are tinted glass mirrors fabricated by Osborn Glass & windows Ltd in her signature puddle form. See them tonight at our Pavement PV 6pm! @hannahluxton_ ⁣
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www.glasscloudgallery.co.uk/hannah-luxton

We are excited to present ‘Fieldworks’ a solo exhibition by Alice McCabe @popsymag / @meta_fleur ⁣For Glass Cloud Galler...
10/09/2020

We are excited to present ‘Fieldworks’ a solo exhibition by Alice McCabe @popsymag / @meta_fleur

For Glass Cloud Gallery, McCabe has created ‘Fieldworks’ an installation of floral tapestries made from dried, repurposed and foraged floral materials inserted into a mesh structure in gestures almost like painting. Given their exposure to sunlight the materials will change colour over the course of the exhibition, reminding us of the seasons and referencing the fascination for bringing nature indoors as well as our increased observation of nature this year. Atop of the natural background are badges of chopped up ephemera from exhibitions visited, botanical drawings and the artist’s archive of photographs ‘inspired by nature’. These tokens insert a sense of distance from floral material and reading of landscape, teasing our ability to understand nature and our representation of it.⁣

In light of the new restrictions coming on Monday, we have fast tracked our Pavement PV to tomorrow (Friday)! All are welcome but we ask that those attending please, please respect others by abiding by the social distancing rules. BYOB. We hope to see you!⁣⁣⁣











#alicemccabe #camdenunlock #camdeninspire #euston #camden #camdenpeoplestheatre #cpt #windowgallery #artforthepeople #artforall #publicart #glasscloudgallery #artistrun #livegenerously #supportthearts #artcurator #whatsonlondon #artexhibition #flowersinart #metafleur #driedflowers #artinstallation

We are delighted to announce our new solo exhibition open from today by our very own director, painter Hannah Luxton @ha...
10/09/2020

We are delighted to announce our new solo exhibition open from today by our very own director, painter Hannah Luxton @hannahluxton_.⁣⁣
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For Glass Cloud, Luxton presents a wilderness across two windows, one at dawn and one at dusk - the Earth’s most enchanting times of day: The work is inspired by Icelandic landscapes and Luxton’s enduring influences of Art Nouveau and Alphonse Mucha’s Times of Day lithographs, and the natural symmetry employed through painting history to convey a sense of omnipotent power over the land. The installation is an expanded painting featuring motifs, techniques and textures found in Luxton’s linen paintings. A puddle-shaped mirror sits on a carpet of moss and lichen, and arches drift in the sky as portals from one unknown world to another. ⁣⁣
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In light of the new restrictions coming on Monday, we have fast tracked our Pavement PV to tomorrow (Friday)! All are welcome but we ask that those attending please, please respect others by abiding by the social distancing rules. BYOB. We hope to see you!⁣⁣
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Coming soon to Glass Cloud. Detail new floral hangings / tapestries #Fieldworks by Alice McCabe @popsymag.⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣#drie...
23/08/2020

Coming soon to Glass Cloud. Detail new floral hangings / tapestries #Fieldworks by Alice McCabe @popsymag.⁣








#driedflowerdesign #sustainabledesign #wallflowers #wallhangings #floraldesign #driedflowerinstallation #camdenunlock #camdeninspire #euston #camden #camdenpeoplestheatre #cpt #windowgallery #artforthepeople #artforall #publicart #glasscloudgallery #artistrun #livegenerously #supportthearts #artcurator #whatsonlondon #artexhibition

Extended! Huge thanks to the @camdenpeoplestheatre for letting us hang out in the windows for a bit longer. In all this ...
15/08/2020

Extended! Huge thanks to the @camdenpeoplestheatre for letting us hang out in the windows for a bit longer. In all this uncertainty and closure of independent art, theatre and music venues, at least we can continue to bring you our exhibitions, enjoyable safely from the pavement. ⁣

Howard Dyke’s solo show ‘SIREN’ is now on until 1st Sept! ⁣
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Detail of Julie F Hill’s ‘Cavern’ installation at Glass Cloud. Reminiscent of core samples, these stalagmites reside in ...
15/08/2020

Detail of Julie F Hill’s ‘Cavern’ installation at Glass Cloud. Reminiscent of core samples, these stalagmites reside in her constructed ‘subterranean cavern’.⁣ @juliefhill

Cavern (detail) 2020⁣
Plaster of Paris and mirror⁣
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We are excited to be able to extend @juliefhill’s solo show ‘Cavern’ until 1st September!⁣⁣Thanks @bjdeakin_photography ...
15/08/2020

We are excited to be able to extend @juliefhill’s solo show ‘Cavern’ until 1st September!⁣

Thanks @bjdeakin_photography for this great shot of spatial play with Hill’ sculpture and reflections of Euston town.⁣










#camdenunlock #camdeninspire #euston #camden #camdenpeoplestheatre #cpt #windowgallery #artforthepeople #artforall #publicart #glasscloudgallery #artistrun #livegenerously #supportthearts

Julie Hill’s solo exhibition ‘Cavern’ is also viewable online. For those who cannot visit IRL, head to glasscloudgallery...
13/08/2020

Julie Hill’s solo exhibition ‘Cavern’ is also viewable online. For those who cannot visit IRL, head to glasscloudgallery.co.uk (link in bio).⁣⁣
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Howard Dyke ‘CREST’ 2020. Oil, linoleum, pvc, ratchet straps and reflective decals.⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣#windowgallery #gl...
09/08/2020

Howard Dyke ‘CREST’ 2020. Oil, linoleum, pvc, ratchet straps and reflective decals.⁣
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Howard Dyke’s solo exhibition SIREN is online at glasscloudgallery.co.uk for those who can’t visit #IRL⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣#windo...
09/08/2020

Howard Dyke’s solo exhibition SIREN is online at glasscloudgallery.co.uk for those who can’t visit #IRL⁣










#windowgallery #glasscloudgallery #artexhibitions #londonartscene #artlovers #publicart #howarddyke #artforthepeople #artforall #euston #camden #londonartist #artcurator #artcurators

Tomorrow (Friday)! Pavement PV for our new exhibitions by Julie F Hill & Howard Dyke ! 6-7pm at the Camden People’s Thea...
30/07/2020

Tomorrow (Friday)! Pavement PV for our new exhibitions by Julie F Hill & Howard Dyke ! 6-7pm at the Camden People’s Theatre windows. Then onto Regents Park English Gardens (15 min walk in the sunnnnshine!) for a long overdue hang out. All welcome just please come with social distance. There’s no bar, but Hannah Poppy Luxton bringing some drinks - byob so you don’t go without!⁣
Event: https://facebook.com/events/s/reception-howard-dyke-julie-f-/291066658618114/?ti=icl

Thanks for this blinder of a shot Benjamin Deakin 💥 keeping the detailed shots under wraps until after the PV tomorrow. Then the shows will be viewable online for those unable to visit IRL ☁️🌈☁️

⁣Open from today! For Glass Cloud, Julie F Hill likens the window gallery to the void of a subterranean cavern. Its fold...
18/07/2020


Open from today! For Glass Cloud, Julie F Hill likens the window gallery to the void of a subterranean cavern. Its folded recesses are sculpted from scientific images of deep space along with stalagmites – reminiscent of scientific core samples – that rise from the floor. Astronomical images – registering wavelengths beyond what the eye can see – often invoke uncertain geologies: geological time or ‘deep-time’ being our nearest approximation to the grand scales of the cosmos. In this sense, Cavern represents the idea of thought collapsing on itself as it approaches its perceptual limit, attempting to comprehend the cosmos.⁣ https://www.glasscloudgallery.co.uk/julie-f-hill

Love this photo of Julie F Hill sculpting one of her magnificent prints of the cosmos. Captured by John Hooper. Julie’s ...
17/07/2020

Love this photo of Julie F Hill sculpting one of her magnificent prints of the cosmos. Captured by John Hooper. Julie’s latest installation ‘Cavern’ is on view from this weekend in the Camden People's Theatre windows ✨✨⁣
https://www.glasscloudgallery.co.uk/julie-f-hill

So excited to announce that Julie F Hill is coming to Glass Cloud...⁣⁣Hill’s work responds to the vastness of nature as ...
17/07/2020

So excited to announce that Julie F Hill is coming to Glass Cloud...⁣

Hill’s work responds to the vastness of nature as represented by modern science. Taking an expanded approach to photography and image-making, she creates sculptural installations that explore conceptions of deep-space and cosmological time. Using sculptural processes, scientific imaging software and code she reshapes astronomical data into uncanny phenomena, creating immensities that we can walk among, and enter into. Enigmatic and illusory materials act as conduits or portals, inviting us to cross a threshold to experience the unknowable. Through such environments she questions scientific images and the technologies used to construct them.⁣ https://www.glasscloudgallery.co.uk/julie-f-hill

Thank you Gasholder for this lovely feature.
08/07/2020
Gasholder

Thank you Gasholder for this lovely feature.

Socially distanced of course (the photo is from last year 😉) Glass Cloud Gallery Camden People's Theatre

The paintings Howard Dyke has made for ‘SIREN’ at Glass Cloud ‘are not pretty abstractions displayed in a shop window’ h...
08/07/2020

The paintings Howard Dyke has made for ‘SIREN’ at Glass Cloud ‘are not pretty abstractions displayed in a shop window’ he says’ ‘but reflections of the current mood of unease, violence and unrest. I’ve used some of the visual vernacular of painting - pours, splashes gestural brush strokes, colour shifts and spacial plays, but these are physical collages — imagery cut torn & spliced together to form shifting narratives. My attempt to make sense of the world.’ bit.ly/2ZN0jDb

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Glass Cloud

Glass Cloud Gallery is a London based, artist run, window gallery. The initiative connects the public with fine art practices by collaborating with businesses to commission highly visible exhibitions in windows for the passing world to see. Glass Cloud exhibitions offer new, thought provoking moments in the everyday, created by London’s most exciting art graduates, emerging and mid career artists.

Initiated in 2013 by artist Hannah Luxton, the project began as Footfall Art with an 18 month residency in the office windows of Macai Construction and Interiors Ltd in Bermondsey. Since then Luxton has collaborated with the Walthamstow Village Window Gallery the Tin Cafe, Haggerston and has a regular residency with the Camden Peoples Theatre, curating yearly exhibitions.

In 2018 the project re-branded into Glass Cloud Gallery and was awarded an Arts Council project grant.

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