Will Klose

Life on Earth 

Saturday 25th of June to Sunday 10th of July 

Weekends only from 11.00 am to 6.00 pm

Painting is a record of both the inner and the  outer life of the artist. For Will Klose an act of self learning, an inner drama slowly realised outwardly in fully resolved imagery. This process has nothing to do with finishing or completion, more to do with the tension, the holding together in some kind of equilibrium the opposing possibilities with the painting.
  Having relocated back to the UK after over a decade living and painting in Thailand, the imagery and working practice have had to slowly adapt to their new environment. During my time in Thailand I predominantly worked on large scale paintings, where space was not an issue.
Upon my return to the UK it felt appropriate to reduce the scale of the work in order to allow a more fluid response and exploration of the seismic shift in location, aesthetic, and culture. This has resulted in an eclectic mix of imagery that attempts to make sense of location, nostalgia, belonging, and most importantly light.


Peter Clossick

Painting and Drawing 

Saturday 16th of July to Sunday 31st of July 

Weekends only from 11.00 am to 6.00 pm

Peter Clossick (b.1948) studied at Camberwell School of Art and Goldsmiths College during the early 1970s. He is a Past President and member of the artist collective The London Group established in 1913 and also a member of the NEAC at the Mall Galleries. Corinna Lotz, journalist and critic wrote, "For him, the act of painting is an experimental esoteric game of infinite depth . . . speak of the uncertainties, anxieties and mysteries of the existence of our time. He makes us feel the present, the here and now of our being in the world, the joy and anguish of life in moments of heightened sensation. This is never a simple description of the outer skin of things, but rather a multi-layered, multi-toned articulation of physical realities." 

Copsed Wood 92x92cm Oil on canvas.JPG
Clossick-Lockdown Selfie 2020-oil on canvas on wood 30x30cm.jpg
Clossick-Peter - Blazing June oil on canvas 120x78cms £4,800.jpg

Martin Henley

Disappearing Structures

Saturday 6th of August to Sunday 21st of August 

Weekends only from 11.00 am to 6.00 pm

Martin Henley is an artist and illustrator with a longstanding interest in recording historical and other structures. How they came to be, and how they have survived erosion, decay, destruction, and change. From the stones of Avebury to sketchbook recollections of past communities.


This is a personal view, a selection of paintings, prints and drawings of early and recent work, some for sale.

Baby elephant skeleton.jpg
Corfe Castle with broken trees.jpg

Peter Fitzgerald

2D and 3D: Abstract Figuration

Saturday 27th of August to Sunday 4th of September 

Weekends only from 11.00 am to 6.00 pm

Peter Fitzgerald writes: ‘My work on show at White Box includes 2D and 3D. Serendipity plays its part, and in my case the discovery of faces/heads by playing/experimenting with colours, shapes and forms. As the heads reveal themselves, I refine, and modify to invoke a myriad of moods, character, relationships and settings.

wave 46x34x34cm.jpg
waking mum and dad 82x110cm.jpg