''Xanthe Mosley is an artist who paints and draws trees: from spreading, gnarled rural oaks to stately urban street trees, her pencils capture in fine detail their structure, textures and vitality.'' Sunday Times, Sarah Lonsdale 10.3.19.
Feeding The Millions Launch, Rich Mix, 7th Sep
The exhibition space at Rich Mixwas buzzing on Wednesday night for the opening of Xanthe's new exhibition Feeding the Millions. As well as Xanthe's works including three huge pieces in acrylic, compressed charcoal and pastel, we were treated to photographs by Caroline Gervay, with some capturing Xanthe in action on her night visits to London's markets, plus live spoken word from Rachel Long and a Q&A, pictured here. The exhibition runs until 30th September more info here.
Press From The Newham Recorder
The Newham Recorder has interviewed Xanthe about her upcoming exhibition, Feeding The Millions which runs from 7th - 30th September at Rich Mix, East London. Click on the image to read the piece.
Feeding The Millions Exhibition at Rix Mix
Xanthe's new exhibition, Feeding the Millons, will open at Rich Mixon 7th September and run until the 30th. The exhibition centres on a tryptich of large scale paintings in compressed charcoal, acrylic and pastel on paper, each nearly 3 meters tall. Several smaller works and prints will complement these, and Xanthe has also invited poet Rachel Long and photographer Caroline Gervay to help celebrate London's Billingsgate, New Covent Garden and Smithfield markets in mixed media.
Self Portrait Exhibited at Kings Place
Xanthe's self portrait 'Xanthe at the Horniman Museum' has been exhibited as part of the biennial Ruth Borchard Self-Portrait Prize at Kings Place London. The exhibition runs until 9th Oct 2015.
Xanthe is curating and participating in a group exhibition at London's City Hall from 19 Sep-16 Oct. Xanthe has spent many nights in hi-vis and a hard hat at Billinsgate, Smithfield and New Covent Garden documenting the city's most famous night markets and cultivating her life long interest in the human form at work. Invited by the Mayor's office to exhibit at City Hall, she has also invited fellow artists James Forshall and Susan Henderson to join her in celebrating the commerce and camaraderie of these singular worlds.