Adam Neate - Dimensionalist at Elms Lester Painting Rooms

Adam Neate - Dimensionalist at Elms Lester Painting Rooms

Adam Neate: Dimensionalist Painter

Elms Lesters Painting Rooms
1-3-5 Flitcroft Street, London, WC2H 8DH

2nd and 31st October 2015

Tuesday - Friday 12 noon - 7pm
Saturdays 11am - 5pm


This October, a comprehensive selling exhibition of Dimensional Paintings by Adam Neate will be presented at Elms Lesters Painting Rooms, London.  

Adam Neate spent a decade leaving paintings on the streets "Those years were my art school. I learnt about colour and composition simply though practise. The critics were there every day.."

Adam Neate is a self taught British artist who began by leaving his paintings, on cardboard, on the streets of London and now has work in collections in 30 countries around the world.
A fearless painter, he has developed his own language of Dimensional Painting ; in Neate’s most recent work, space itself has become a medium, with the viewer activating their own ‘viewing space’ by moving and changing their vantage point, in order to get the full multi-dimensional effect.

Neate has rightly earned the title of one of ‘Britain’s foremost figurative painters’. His mixed media three-dimensional works are held in public and private collections in 30 different countries. His forthcoming exhibition ‘Dimensionalism’ is set to be another brilliant overview of contemporary figurative painting - one which is a must see!

Find out more about Adam Neate’s career and the exhibition here. 

John Jones has a longstanding relationship with both the artist Adam Neate, and Elms Lesters, so were pleased to frame his new works for this October 2015 exhibition. John Jones Design Consultants worked with Neate to create a selection of museum standard conservation frames which both highlight and protect his three-dimensional works.

A thick wooden profile with soft-sanded edges was produced in our Hertfordshire workshops,  sprayed with five coats of a superior glossy, ‘piano black’ wash, which was then waxed to create a high shine finish. The works have been float mounted on black museum board using acid free art care pads to allow them to hover within the frame, and were finished with ultra violet light resistant Optium acrylic, which will prevent discolouration of the works over time.

For more information on our bespoke framing services and to book a consultation with one of our frame designers, please follow the link.