Urban Miniatures: PaxtonGlew Presents

24 / 10 / 19

Urban Miniatures is an exciting pop up exhibition bringing together the big names of the Urban Art scene on a tiny scale. A miniatures show, where along with artworks, paintings and sculpture, a subversive technicolour diorama, with working oo gauge Hornby train set has been created by global urban artists. Each train, sign and building has been painted by a prominent artist in the graffiti/ street/ urban/ contemporary art scene.

From high rises, a church to a Tesco, its a model village like you've never seen before. The idea for the diorama is to create a microcosm of the urban contemporary art scene on a tiny scale.

The miniature city reflects how art can compliment and transform the urban landscape into a colourful and vibrant landscape.

Behind The Curators

Pam and Emily invite you into their pop up space for a memorable, festive and interactive experience for all ages to visit and enjoy. 

Both curators are mothers of boys and have spent far too long around toy trains. This show is a celebration of the urban art scene, while also being festive Christmas shop which invites art collectors and miniature fans alike, a toy shop for grown ups. 

Emily Paxton is a Brighton based freelance photographer and educator who has led workshops and hosted pop up exhibitions. 

Pam Glew is a contemporary textile artist with an international following. She continues to exhibit around the world and has produced commissions for Microsoft, Armani and Redbull.

Other Artists: Adam Bridgland, Ange Bell, Art and Believe, Ben Allen, Ben Frost, Candice Tripp, Carl Cashman, Chum101, Cosmo Sarson, Dave Buonaguuidi, David Bray, Donk, Eelus, Emily Paxton, Frea Buckler, H, Jerome White, Jo Peel, Katrina Russell- Adams, Lois O’Hara, Louis Masai, Mark McClure, NOKI, Pam Glew, Peeta, Pure Evil, Remi Rough, Rugman, SheOne, Shuby, Static, Tim Fowler, Tiny Scenic, Tinsel Edwards, Victoria Homewood, Will Barras, Xenz, Zeus & More.

Within the exhibition there will specially released 12″x12” artworks, limited edition prints, designer gifts and miniature themed workshops. Workshops include wreath making, terrarium making, cyanotype, furoshiki gift wrapping with block print, led by Emily and Pam.


Open 23 November until 22 December.

10am – 5.30pm Wednesday – Sunday.

11 Dukes Lane, BN1 1BG

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