Art Hub Gallery is delighted to present  "....whose dwelling is the light of seting suns..."

IMPRINT by John Jones

10 – 25 MAY 2014

Thursdays to Sundays 1 - 5pm

Private View Friday 9 May 6 – 9pm

Jones is an artist-printmaker, specializing in figurative colour linoprints. His subjects are derived from memorable sightings and occasions, often based on his coastal or moorland surroundings in Yorkshire. He explores varied interpretations of his chosen topics by modifying the printing techniques. The prints are produced by the 'reduction-block' method by which successive overlaying colours are printed progressively from the same linoblock or blocks, with the block(s) being cut or etched away (ie 'reduced') between each colour stage. This ensures accurate colour registration, but also means that only one edition of each complete image is possible. He uses an 1840 'Albion' cast-iron platen handpress to produce his prints. Jones has refined the technique to achieve an intensity and depth in his work. Using a subtle but rich palette, he displays an expert eye for composition, draughtsmanship and colour.

There will be an opportunity to meet the artist and hear him talk of his work on Saturday 24 May from 2.30 – 3.30pm.

The talk is free but places are limited. To ensure your booking please contact the gallery manager Lou Beer on 07970 628854 or email





See below for entry details




Following the success of Creekside Ahoy last year, Art Hub Gallery is pleased to announce the launch of its second charity Postcard exhibition and auction.

Professional, amateur and student artists are invited to submit up to three original postcards. Free to enter. Deadline for entry: Wed 23rd April


Exhibition open from Friday 2 - Monday 5 May

See below for details on how to send in your entry


Arthub’s chosen charities for this year are The Ahoy and The Deborah Ubee Trust.

Please use the following links to find out more:


How to enter

Please mark the back of each postcard clearly with the following information:

Title (if any)

Name of the artist

contact: email/phone number

+ any other information you would like a buyer to see eg. website


 Indicate with an arrow which way up the postcard is to be shown


If you wish all proceeds from a sale to go to our chosen charities please mark your postcard ‘DONATION’. If you are submitting 3 entries please consider making at least one of them a donation.


Please protect your postcards in an envelope and submit in the following ways:

By Post to:    ‘MAYDAY! MAYDAY!’

Arthub Gallery

5-9 Creekside


By hand:       In one of our posting boxes at, APT Gallery, ARCHmaterials, the Deborah Ubee Trust, The Ahoy Centre or in the white postbox on the gate at Arthub Gallery.  


Postcards must reach Arthub no later than Wed 23rd April 2014


 It is the intention for Arthub to exhibit all entries, however in the event of there being more work than is practical to exhibit, at least 1 entry from each submitting artist will be shown.

Thank you for participating. We look forward to receiving your entry.


Please read the following Terms & Conditions carefully before entering

Terms & Conditions

  •  entry is free but we invite you to send in a £1 donation with your PCs
  •  maximum 3 postcards per applicant
  •  submission is open to professional, student and amateur artists
  •  Minimum age for entry is 16
  •  applicants under 18 must submit through a school or college
  •  all artwork must be original. Mass produced cards will not be accepted    
  •  postcards must conform to a size of 6x4”, landscape or portrait
  •  all mediums including 3D accepted if suitable for wall mounting
  •  there is no theme – be imaginative!
  •  artists (excl Arthub members) requiring unsold work to be returned to them must include SAE +  correct postage with their submission
  •  All work will go on sale by silent auction with a minimum bid of £20
  •  £10 is payable to the artist for each work sold unless marked ‘DONATION’   
  •  Overseas submissions are welcome for donation only   
  •  10% commission on sales will be deducted to cover administrative costs
  •  remaining proceeds will be divided equally between the Ahoy and Deborah Ubee Trust
  •  whilst every care will be taken with artwork submitted Art Hub is unable to accept responsibility    for lost or damaged work       

 Arthub reserves the right to not exhibit entries that cannot be safely hung on the wall or with content considered unsuitable or offensive in nature.

 To find out more about Arthub’s chosen charities for this year please use the following links









A group show of 10 artists, PSYCHO.GEOGRAPHY invites you to explore our complex relationship with the city we inhabit.  

The term Psychogeography was formally defined by Guy Debord as:

the study of the precise laws and specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organized or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals.(Introduction to a Critique of Urban Geography, G. Debord, 1955).   

While Debord is credited with the commonly accepted definition of Psychogeography within the Situationist framework, its roots go much deeper (D. Defoe, W. Blake, de Quincy, etc.), but more importantly wider – impossible to apprehend and based entirely on personal significance attributed by an individual in interaction with their environment.  

Curated by Marina Potok, the exhibition explores how the rich, fast-paced, sharp-edged reality of city life can shape our experiences, emotions and behaviour or simply slip through our consciousness leaving just a trace of our memory.



 Private View from 6 - 9pm on Thursday 6 March.

Exhibition open from 7  to 16 March on Thurs, Fri, Sat and Sun from 12 - 5pm

We look forward to welcoming you.


Guy Arzi exhibits in Greenwich


Guy Arzi, an Art Hub artist/maker, is currently exhibiting at the Greenwich Tourist Information Centre, Royal Naval College, Greenwich.

Guy Arzi is an Israeli born, London based maker.  He studied Fine Art and Conservation in the UK and has since worked in the heritage conservation sector in buildings such as Westminster Abbey, St Paul’s Cathedral, Kenwood house and Café Royal.  His interest in wood, carvings and architectural elements is evident in his recent Candle Arbara Collection. Guy uses salvage in making his artwork and his studio is full of curiosities, architectural salvage wood components from Victorian and Georgian buildings and antique furniture.  The Arbara Collection is his take on the visual language he finds during his work on heritage buildings and is a documentation of the uniquely British, historical design that surrounds us.


The Arbara Collection will be exhibited daily from 10am - 5pm at the GTIC, Discovery Greenwich Centre, Pepys House, 2 Cutty Sark Gardens, Greenwich, London, SE10 9LW





Christmas Pop Up Fair



Thanks so much to everyone who took, part and came down to Art Hub Gallery's first Christmas Pop Up Fair

Have a very Happy Christmas x