Monica Perez Vega

Contemporary Artist | My Life in Trees

Tag: contemporary art

Material Presence

Material Presence Fitzrovia Gallery 139 Whitfield St, London W1T 5EN Part 1: 15th-20th November Finissage 19th November 12-5pm Part 2: 22nd-27th November Finissage 26th November 12-5pm Material Presence celebrates the work of painters brought together whilst participating in the Turps Correspondence Course. Curated by Lucy Cade, Sarah Jane Hender and Sarah Praill, the exhibition is

Ghost Story

Ghost Story sits in an ambiguous space. Plumes of smoke merge into the forest canopy, blurring trees with sky.  Sparks rise in the foreground- is it a cosy campfire or creeping wildfire? This painting is inspired by memories of home; as a child, sitting round the campfire with family, telling ghost stories in the redwood

Schools Showcase at Ikon Gallery

From Jan-Jun 2022, I had been working as an associate artist with Ikon Gallery, facilitating art workshops with students across Birmingham in response to the work of Hew Locke and in celebration of the Commonwealth Games and the public art commission, Foreign Exchange in the city centre.

Weary Harold

Weary Harold Group Exhibition Opening: 18 Feb 6-9 pm 19-Feb-18 March 2022   ASC Gallery The Chaplin CentreTaplow HouseThurlow StreetLondon SE17 2DG Open M-F 10:30-17:00   www.ascstudios.co.uk gallery@ascstudios.co. Weary Harold, the Byronic hero from the epic poem, Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage, has been both venerated and ridiculed through the ages for his ambitious longing for adventure,

RBSA Prize Exhibition 2020

I am delighted to have two pieces in the RBSA Prize Exhibition 2020 at the RBSA gallery, located in the Jewelery Quarter of Birmingham, UK. Exhibition is on 8 Oct til 21 Nov. 2020. Weeping Williow, 130 x 180 cm, acrylic and spray paint on canvas, 2019 Unfurl, c. 20 x 7 cm, reclaimed acrylic

How Are You, Babe?

Installation views from exhibition, “How Are You, Babe?” at Blank 100 in London. Featuring works by Alice Morey, Iseult Enright, Madelynn Mae Green, Mew Jirasirikul, Monica Perez Vega, Niloofar Taatizadeh, Paola Estrella, Rayvenn D’Clark, Rosie Gibbens and Yuli Serfaty.

TFAC Residency at Griffin Gallery

During the Easter break, I did a two week residency at Griffin Gallery located in the ColArt headquarters in London.  The Fine Art Collective (TFAC) is home to a collective of art material brands such as Windsor & Newton and Liquitex and it was fun to see chemists at work while I painted with their

Solo Show at Rob Rademaker Gallery

My opening was last Saturday 7, March 2015.  I had a great turn out.  It was great to see all my friends from Utrecht and thankful for those who came from out of town.  The show will remain up until 25 April.