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Artists to lookout for in 2018

Posted on January 5, 2018

 Chris King

The Curious Duke Gallery will be hosting 6 solo shows in 2018, which means new and exclusive art works will be exhibited in the gallery and available to purchase. Chris King will be kicking things off in March 2018, exhibiting his impressive photography. Here’s a sneak peek into some of the pieces that will be exhibited.



 Photography, Prints. Snow Outside Wall, Texas. 2015. 114 x 76 cm

 Photography, Prints. London Skies, City Construction. 2015. 114 x 76 cm



Craig Keenan


Having worked closely with Craig Keenan were excited for the new projects which have blossomed from existing popular pieces and unique ideas unfolding in 2018.


Craig creates beautiful cyanotype prints, here’s some of his work.


 Cyanotype Print. Twirl. 2017. 50 x 50 cm

 Cyanotype Print. Swedish Joiner. 2017. 39 x 76 cm


Rod McIntosh


Rod McIntosh is an extremely talented abstract artist, creating elegant and powerful minimalistic artwork.  His calming strokes uncovers itself through a muted palette of monotones. Rod would describe his work as “Physical meditations, that offers himself, and the viewer, a moment to pause.”


  Original Art, Painting. Hold Tight. 2017. 105 x 105cm

 Original Art, Painting. Exhale. 2017. 80 x 80cm


Sam Peacock


Sam peacock sold out his first 3 collections of 2017 with his unique way of creating art work. Using a mix of recycled metals and industrial paints Sam creates landscape pieces which tell the story of the land itself. In 2017 Sam collaborated with notable hotels in Central London to create large installation art works. In 2018 we will be launching a brand new collection of Sam’s art work which will follow a different route from his traditional style!


 Mixed media, Original art, Painting. Malpier Point. 2017. 150 x 100cm

 Original art, Painting, Sculpture. Burns Rise. 2017. 150 x 100cm


Tannaz Oroumchi


Along with other great artists Tannaz exhibited her talents in the Easy Hotel late last year. Creating maps of London on the walls of a room in the hotel. We’re excited to see what she has in store for us this year.



Drawing, Original Art. City 1. 2017. 80 x 65cm

Drawing, Original Art. London Dot Black. 2013. 150 x 100cm