painting, sculpture and textiles

Full list of works in the first show:

“Antivenom”, EC, 2019, 50x40cm

“Misai” (Misaje clan emblem of the river plant), Martha-Jean Uhamo (Doganne), Papua New Guinea, 2012, natural pigment on bark, 130x111cm

“Mad Salt”, Harry Hay, 2019, 49x34cm

“Yarn Through the Spars”, Harry Hay, 2019, 49x36cm

Kilim Carpet, probably middle eastern, early to mid-20th century, 384x197cm

Untitled quilt, American Mid-west, unknown artist, pieced octagonal pattern, c.1930. 208x168cm

“Songsmith/Slide”, Robin Greenwood, 2020, oil on canvas, 165x135cm

“Yclept”, Alexandra Harley, c.1996, wood, H.69cm

“Freeloader”, Harry Hay, 2019, acrylic on paper, 32x30cm

Untitled 1, Steven Walker, 2019, acrylic on canvas, 100x140cm

“Oranges and Lemons”, Anne Smart, 1986, oil on canvas, 61x92cm

“Canoeing to Kansas”, Sarah Greenwood, hand-sewn quilt, 1991-92, 205x201cm

Untitled, Robin Greenwood, 2018, steel, H.73cm

“Turnberry Rough”, Alan Gouk, 1987, oil on canvas, 46x66cm


Block K

13 Bell Yard Mews

175 Bermondsey Street

London SE1 3UW

Exhibition opens Wednesday – Saturday 14 April – 22 May 2021

Visiting by prior appointment only, two persons per visit.

Phone or text 07866 583629

Or email

The entrance to Bell Yard Mews is opposite White Cube.

Block K is at the rear of the mews: the gallery is on the 1st floor, no lift.

Facemasks continue to be required for a visit.

This is the first exhibition of


  1. Dear RobinGreenwood,Congratulations on your new gallery space in Bermondsey ,It looks really great.A very classy hang,nice mixture of works,ethnic and Abstract.How does the Sculpture complement the Paintings?Im very interested in both rugs,but would like prices sent privately.Even Sam said,its the most beautifull gallery space in London!Hope to be with you soon,with a special guest ,but will ring for an appointment.Best Patrick Jones.


  2. Congratulations, Robin, on a fine venture and splendid work which looks very solid. Great to see a mix of media without being ‘multi-media’. Sarah’s quilt looks superb as well as the Papuan textile. I hope you’re planning more openings in the near future when I’d love to be able to come up to see the work in person. All the best for a lot of interest and perhaps a few sales. Best regards, Jim A.


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