Alice and the Planets

Alice and the Planets
by Lewis Chamberlain
© Lewis Chamberlain

Oil on canvas

Lewis Chamberlain studied at the Slade School
of Fine Art. His work has been seen in solo exhibitions
in London and New York. He won first prize in the
Discerning Eye (2001) and his work has been
selected for the BP Portrait Award on five previous
occasions (1993, 1998–2001).

The portrait is of the artist’s daughter who also
helped make the objects on the table and the
mobile of the planets. Chamberlain says:
‘The objects serve to create an atmosphere
and a sense of curiosity rather than conveying
a specific narrative or story.‘

Exhibitors

Vacuum 2

by Thomas Ehretsmann

Jean

by Jean-Paul Tibbles

Pia

by Gentian Lulanaj

Jijinka

by Brett Amory

Silence

by Bo Wang

Insomnia

by Diego Aznar Remon

Karina In Her Raincoat

by Brian Sayers

Francesca

by Daniele Vezzani

Mila

by Simon Richardson

The Weaver

by Joshua Waterhouse

James Rhodes

by Alexander Chamberlin

I.Crow X

by Noah Buchanan

Harriet Harman MP

by Charles Moxon

To Sense What Is Coming

by Jane Gardiner

Laura In Black

by Joshua LaRock

Alessandra

by Daisy Sims-Hilditch

Régis

by Christophe Therrien

unfolding

by Martin Brooks

Musing on Moscow

by Val Wolstenholme Clay

Alice and the Planets

by Lewis Chamberlain

Sophie in the Gallery

by Ivan Franco Fraga

Die Vermutung I

by Wolfgang Kessler

Diversion

by Charlie Masson

A Portrait of My Son

by Miseon Lee

John

by Eilis Otway

Grady

by Jacob Hayes

I am expecting

by Vadim Kadzhaev

Self

by Shany van den Berg

Petras

by Laura Guoke

Hugo

by Benjamin Sullivan

Haydn as Henry

by Stephen Earl Rogers

Tad (Son Of The Artist)

by John Borowicz

Portrait Of Katrina

by William Neukomm

Evaporar-se (Fenómeno Del Niño)

by Jorge Federico Fernandez Gartner

Oana

by Boris Dobre

Stanley on a Painter's Rag

by Keith Robinson

Falk

by David von Bassewitz

Portrait Of Martin Chaffer

by Sopio Chkhikvadze

Sir Andrew Motion

by Fiona Graham-Mackay

Dad Sculpting Me

by Jamie Coreth

Girl in a Liberty Dress

by Clara Drummond

The 271 to Arsenal (Xavier & Max)

by Teri Anne Scoble

Beatrice

by Benjamin Fenske

LMF03

by Frances Borden

Carol

by Richard Burger

A Ridiculous Man

by Mark Shields