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LOCAL ARTISTS OPEN EXHIBITION

Aboutthe exhibition

Aboutthe exhibition

Our mission is to support, inspire, and educate the local youth art community by providing a platform for them to express their creativity. We aim to provide an environment for teen and young adult artists who would not normally have the opportunity to display their artwork to the public.


We hope to give our artists a sense of accomplishment and pride in their work.
Located in downtown Cambridge, our gallery is in an area that prioritises education, innovative thinking, and of course, the arts. Gallerie V is nestled in the heart of a town full of young aspiring individuals and in a location where millions of people flock each year. 

We showcase artwork of many types of mediums and genres. We look forward to displaying a variety of quality pieces.

Our purpose is to bring together young artists and create a community which inspires individuals to unleash their creative potentials. We bring in various guest speakers and artists to educate and motivate individuals on many artistic topics.


THE AMAZING SLIDESHOW ADDON!
Freya Pryce
5mm black and white giclee printed photographs, 
on 308gsm Hahnemühle Photo Rag paper, mounted on black paper,
30 x 40cm, 2020
THE AMAZING SLIDESHOW ADDON!
Edina Horvathova

"Freddie"
thread, clay and photo transfer on fabric in wood
60 x 100cm, 2020 

THE AMAZING SLIDESHOW ADDON!
Stayce Pang
"On Air"
Jelly Gouache, 
21 ×29.7 cm

ARTICLE by MOLLSPORTFOLIO LTD.

"Exhibiting as a Young Artist" - A Conversation

 

'Super […] as it is my first time exhibiting in Cambridge outside of my university gallery! And even better as I feel like I’ve made a new network of young artists in my area!  - Anna Dermitzaki

As an Australian, this is the first opportunity I have had to exhibit in the UK. I only just moved to the UK a few months prior to the pandemic and so most of my work continued to stem from my home country and connections in my previous country of residence, France. I am very grateful to galleries such as this that provide such support for young artists which is vital for our development and for many, the first opportunity for professional exhibition. 
One of the best components coming out of Gallerie V was my first chance (especially post lockdown) to meet fellow and local artists. - Victoria Pham
Really excited, I never really considered having my work out for display but when this opportunity arose, I thought why not! It was nice to have other people be able to see it and it has made me excited to create more pieces in the future. - Neelam Solanki

Having the opportunity to exhibit was an amazing experience, which provided me with a platform to express my creativity and also the opportunity to display my artwork to the public of Cambridge. This was a huge achievement for me as it has always been a massive ambition of mine to have my work in a gallery. It allowed me to ...' 
“ This level of vision and encouragement through a gallery or professional outlet is invaluable and rare.” – Victoria Pham

Artworksdisplayed

sophie casey mullins

sophie casey mullins

“Mondays”
2021, Acrylic and graphite on paper
29.7 x 42 cm

“Mornings”
2021, Acrylic and graphite on paper
29.7 x 42 cm

“Jaded”
April 2021
Acrylic on paper
29.7 x 42 cm

“teeth” 
2021, Acrylic and graphite on paper
29.7 x 42 cm

neelam solanki

neelam solanki

“self portrait” 
2021, 60x60cm

Holly Cameron

Holly Cameron

"1/5"
2020, ink on paper,
20 x 27.9 cm

"3/5"
2020, ink on paper,
20 x 27.9 cm

"5/5"
2020, ink on paper,
20 x 27.9 cm

"2/5"
2020, ink on paper,
20 x 27.9 cm

"4/5"
2020, ink on paper,
20 x 27.9 cm

“Jaded”
April 2021
Acrylic on paper
29.7 x 42 cm

“teeth” 
2021, Acrylic and graphite on paper
29.7 x 42 cm

Annapurna Austin

Annapurna Austin

"Bird of Stone"
2020, oil on canvas,
50 x 40 cm

"2/5"
2020, ink on paper,
20 x 27.9 cm

"4/5"
2020, ink on paper,
20 x 27.9 cm

FREYA PRYCE

Freya predominanly works with anogue photography and sense of place. She wanders through spaces photgraphing what she is most drawn to.
Freya is influenced by the theory of pscyhogeography, which in short, discusses "the effect space has on a person's behavoiur".

VIENNA ZHANG

zoe firth

zoe firth

"Heart on black background"
19 x 22.5 cm

"Heart on White Background"
15 x 20 cm

"Tooth on Pink Background"
16 x 19 cm

sophie neville

sophie neville

"The History Of Witch-Hunts"
Embroidery on poly-cotton fabric
40 x 157 cm
2020
"Rule, Britannia?"
Embroidery on polyester fabric
146 x 86.5 cm
2020
Edina Horvathova

Edina Horvathova

"Freddie"
2020, thread, clay and photo transfer on fabric in wood
60 x 100 cm

"1/5"
2020, ink on paper,
20 x 27.9 cm

"Tooth on Pink Background"
16 x 19 cm

sophie neville

sophie neville

"The History Of Witch-Hunts"
Embroidery on poly-cotton fabric
40 x 157 cm
2020
Edina Horvathova

Edina Horvathova

"Freddie"
2020, thread, clay and photo transfer on fabric in wood
60 x 100 cm

Edina is a recent graduate of Cambridge School of Art. She breaks away from stereotypes of classical art definitions. Her work focuses on linear compositions on either canvas or paper that are often completed with surrealist style collages.

MOLLY CAWTHORN

"Diaspora Vapor I, II and III"
2020, Mixed media on paper and mountboard,
56 x 59 cm

Natalia Zdorovtsova

Natalia Zdorovtsova

"Into Light"
acrylic on canvas,
36" x 18"

Natalia Zdorovtsova is a first-year neuroscience PhD student at the University of Cambridge. She was born in Saint Petersburg, Russia, but has spent much of her life between the United States and the United Kingdom.
As a neuroscientist, Natalia is captivated by the fractal complexity of the human brain, and hopes to convey this fascination through her latest painting series Symbiosis. This series deals with themes of fate, emergence, entanglement and the unknowable. By using the same striking colour scheme througouht Symbiosis, Natalia aims to convey a sense of awe; by bringing natural forms into the realm of the Divine. 
Natalia also enjoys impressionism and still life painting. She works on capturing tranquil dreamlike scenes.
ted jevans

ted jevans

Morning Light Through Addictions,
Oil on Canvas 11" x 16" 

T.W. Jevans is a 23 year old artist living in Cambridge city centre. His work recolves around looking inwqrds at the self as well as touching on his surroundings, particularly social and political themes. 
He uses a wide range of mediums; from printmaking techniques to traditional oil paintings. 

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JODIE HOWARD

"Habitats"
Digital drawings
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