After working in China and visiting Hong Kong for the first time in March, my paintings followed on and are being exhibited this weekend at the Affordable Art Fair with The Rebecca Hossack Gallery. One day, we can be there together at the same time!
My new exhibition is opening on the 18th February with the Rebecca Hossack Gallery.
So if you want a bust of spring time healing, make your way to the Marylebone hotel and bath yourself in my collection.
The Marylebone 18th February to the 31st May 2016
I had a great response at Decorex International.
I was overwhelmed by the attention and positive feedback.
What pleased me most was that everyone kept saying how different and unique my work was.
It helped being 'the best in show' according to Elle Decoration, what an accolade.
It is such a luxurious show, with beauty dripping from every stand, it was a privilege to participate and become a part of that community.
Here are some pics of my stand.
As if debuting at Decorex wasn't exciting enough, I've been nominated 'The Best in Show' by Elle Decoration in their October issue review of Decorex 2015. How COOL is that! I am over the moon. Thank you Elle Decoration.
Showcasing the very best of British and international design, Decorex is synonymous with luxury. The exhibition takes place at the start of the London Design Festival and again will be held in the grounds of Syon House.
You can find me at Stand 14.
20—23 September 2015
Syon Park London
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How exciting, Rebecca is tacking one of my paintings to exhibit at the Affordable Art Fair in Singapore.
I’m moving and leaving the wonderful Great Western Studio’s. I am very sad to go, but it’s time for a change. I have truly enjoyed my time here and am privileged to have been a part of the creative artist community. The time here has helped me get clarity on my path as an artist. I have found a wonderful space at The Factory Projects and it feels like the perfect next step.
Alongside longtime collaborator, photographer and body painter Emma Hack, Rebecca Hossack Gallery introduces Chantal de Gaudio, an artist inspired by growth, fecundity and transformation. Taking her inspiration from flowers, she is fascinated by the alchemy of the masculine and feminine and how the two dance together to create a whole. De Gaudio paints using resolutely domestic, arguably masculine materials; Masonite and gloss house paints are used to render luscious floral landscapes.
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7 New Cavendish Street
London W1G 8UU
Atrium is an exhibition set within the frame of Great Western Studio’s dramatic atrium, a new collaboration opens. Resident artists and designers are presenting a showcase of their own work, celebrating a diversity of media. This is a unique opportunity to meet exhibitors and to buy directly from the artist.
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My painting 'Blossom' at The Affordable Art Fair in Battersea. You can see it at the Rebecca Hossack Gallery stand.
Blossoming expressions of the mature feminine. A collection of paintings, photography and ceramics by Chantal De Gaudio. In ‘I Allow,’ artist De Gaudio has given herself permission to get out of her own way, thereby creating an expression of her healing experience. Inspired by a difficult childhood and a deep desire to become well, De Gaudio has for many years now been curious about how a person grows and develops to become the best version of themselves. Through her creativity and the three different media De Gaudio is able to express the energy and desire for beauty that she holds inside. The order and beauty of the natural world has helped De Gaudio focus and express her creativity, making art that moves and energetically inspires. Drawn to art that emits a positive energy, De Gaudio’s goal is to convey the healing power of beauty.
Great Western Studios
18th — 28th April 2012
Private view 19th April, 6—9pm
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At the launch of The Big Egg Hunt with fellow artists Suzie Turner and Robbie Mackenzie Honey pointing out the zones our eggs will be "hidden" in.
OK, the heat is on!!!! The lucky person that will be able to find all of them dotted around London, will be in the final draw to win an actual Fabergé Egg.
This is the winning design for The Big Egg Hunt!
This will be an egg with ribbons flying out of it. I have no idea how I’m going to make it, but I’m very excited! I wonder where it will be positioned in London?!
We’ll have to wait and see.
I’ve been asked to create some egg designs to participate in the The Big Egg Hunt around London next year. I’ve submitted around six ideas, now I’m just waiting to see if they like any of them!!! Fingers crossed.
I have moved into Great Western Studios.
Over the last 10 years, I kept asking myself that if I were to be on my death bed, would I regret not making anymore artwork and the answer was always yes.
Finally I'm here, I am home.
How exciting, now I have a space of my own to create in, what a luxury, how lucky I am.