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Berk

Berk

Our resident artist Berk has created a buzz in the gallery this week with his new collection on display. Creating spray paint pieces by using the reverse glass process, he captures an abstract design and demands a view to see how he has used bright colours. 

Berk uses his skills in street art graffiti to apply on the glass surface and build up layers. He always uses lots of colours and layers and the end result is very unique and stunning. 

Back in February, Berk did a collaboration with Rose Clover and designed small bottles and...


Prints And Pieces

Prints And Pieces

The Corner Collective. welcomes Matt Dixon and his partner Jeannie McConville to the gallery for a special show called 'Prints and Pieces'. 

Both artists use their love of nature and implement it into their work. Speaking to Fark FK the owner of the Corner Collective, he said, "Super stoked to have Matt and Jeannie in the gallery as it’s a first for us to have an artist couple exhibiting together. 

"Matt’s stencil work is always good but he’s really done some beautiful...


Midge Solo Show At The Corner Collective

Midge Solo Show At The Corner Collective

We are busy here at the gallery making way for an exciting exhibition this week. Midge is going to be here with her new solo exhibition, 'Out There Somewhere Still.' Fans of Midge's work can expect atmospheric displays of work from skateboards to luggage tags and wooden 3d pieces. 

Pogo Stencils

Pogo Stencils

One of the biggest highlights this year when it comes to local street art has been seeing Pogo’s work across town. His latest piece in Old Portsmouth had an amazing response from the public. The detail in the work at Capstan House on Tower Street really draws your attention to his skills. Creating the piece for the Portsmouth Paint Festival back in September, it is one of the most photographed pieces of art to come out of the first ever street art festival here in Portsmouth.

‘Mira’ which is a 9 layered stencil piece, is...


Daniela Skinner

Daniela Skinner

Daniela Skinner brings her first exhibition in 10 years to the Corner Collective. Talking about her latest art to hit the gallery this week, the artist said "I spent a good 10 years in the art world and then took a break as I came to England, had a baby and motherhood took its course. I kept my creativity and that came through by being a mum and expressing that through my son but as he has grown and I have gone through the motherhood stages, it means I now...