Who We Are
ABOUT THE GALLERY
White Box is a community art gallery space for selected artists to show their work. It is intended as a focus of interest for the people of Blackheath and for the wider world of art enthusiasts. We select a broad spectrum of art practices, something different from exhibition to exhibition, by committed artists. Prints, sculpture, painting, ceramics, performance and photographic works have all been hosted at White Box. The Gallery is run by Frances and Graham High who are themselves practising artists.
Sally Robson studied illustration at the Central School of Art with John Burningham and Gertrude Hermes. On leaving the Central she worked as a designer of book jackets and publicity for a London publisher.
In the 1980s she joined the Greenwich Printmakers Association creating etchings and linocuts, exhibiting widely with the group in the UK and abroad and independently including the Royal Academy.
She has work in the Greenwich Print Library and is an invited contributor in the Encyclopaedia of Printmaking Techniques. She is now focussing on painting and developing ideas towards abstraction.
Recently Sally has been working in acrylic, layering colour and mark making to build up rich textures.