"Years ago you sent a postcard,
it's the one that always made me laugh
It said 'send for reinforcements
cause there's too much here for me to love'"
(neil halstead)

"I can see you on the radar
but you know I could never bring you back."

1. Jamb has built a reputation with the world’s leading architects and designers for dealing in the finest antique and reproduction chimneypieces, fire grates, and lighting. Will Fisher, the founder of Jamb, has painstakingly acquired one of the most extensive collections of antique chimneypieces in the country, including rare 17th century, Georgian and Regency surrounds, reflecting the architectural design and craftsmanship of William Kent, Isaac Ware, Robert Adam, Henry Cheere and Sir John Soane. Our Pimlico gallery, displaying antique and reproduction chimneypieces as well as our fire grates, lighting and furniture, aims to capture the classical English Country House aesthetic at the centre of the Jamb design ethos. (text via here)

2. Winston Roeth: Working with raw pigment and a tempera medium, Roeth’s spellbinding paintings have a dense matt surface that draws the viewer into the intensity of the colour alone, inviting long contemplation of the shifting picture plane. The presence and uncompromising quality of his work explores the phenomenology of colour itself, Roeth has been described as “…probably the best color-painter in New York.” by American critic Michael Brennan. Roeth’s grid-works are reductive compositions that are made in an indecisive formula, as Roeth describes his practice as exploratory. There is a vibrant intensity in his grids, a visual experience, which through contrasts in light and colour forms a captivating final structure. (text via here)