Welcome to the website for Neal Vaughan, a contemporary artist living and working in South London. Here you will find examples of all my work, with current projects, links to my portfolio, exhibitions, online shop and workshops. On the portfolio and about me pages you can find out more about my work, me and current exhibitions I will be involved in. The links to social media at the top will also take you to all my most current explorations with examples of my process and news regarding current projects. 

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CURRENT EXHIBITION Saturday 23 April to Saturday 4 June

A contemporary exhibition at Honeywood Museum showcasing the work of the artists currently at the studios, on the theme of the beauty, nature and history of Oaks Park and its buildings. The artists cover many disciplines of creativity from glass, ceramics, mixed media, oil, print, sculpture to storytelling and performance.
The holistic exhibition will be built from many facets, glimpses of times past, to bring local history and stories to life for the borough.
Some of the exciting work being made is highlighted here. Ingrid Barber will be looking at the characters and ghosts from the rich history of the Oaks house and she has used mixed media to depict an imaginary tea party where the Earl and his wife entertain the recent Derby winners in the drawing room at Oaks Park.
Guest artist Neal Vaughan has developed his workshop idea into a beautiful animated horse sequence to be displayed on a loop in the gallery at the Honeywood. There will be photos of 3D creatures, a Spellbound sketchbook by Doug Shaw, plus woodcuts and  prints by Kate Marsden and other members of the newly created print workshop. Jo Sharpe is focusing on the wild flora around the park and Simon Burder is exploring work about Woodmansterne Road and the fields around the Oaks Track.

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Online soon - starting JUNE 5th at 10am on Sundays, for four sessions.

These workshops will once again take you out of your comfort zone, with techniques associated with abstract painting.  We will use traditional materials and introduce expressive and abstract ways of working with drawing, colour, collage and mixed media. You don't need to be an experienced artist, just willing to explore and have fun. You also don't need to do all of the workshops, you can drop in, they are designed that way. '


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