Situated in Terminal 5 Heathrow Airport, the T5 Gallery is a unique cultural space within one of the world's premier airports. As one of the few permanent commercial fine art galleries in the world to be situated in an airport, the T5 Gallery is in an ideal position to reach and introduce art to a wide international audience.
The key objectives of the gallery are: to showcase and support established artists, to help develop the careers of young emerging talent, to offer clients not only outstanding works but the experience of its team in the fields of curating and consultancy.
Open 365 days a year from 8am to 8pm, the gallery stages group shows along with an ongoing exhibition programme in association with the Terminal 5 Sofitel luxury hotel.
For December the T5 Gallery is pleased to introduce a new sculpture by Andy Baerselman. His ‘Prowling Jaguar’ is a masterful work in wood with a seamless form that flows from tail to face. The deep tones across the body work to highlight the muscular form of the beast.
The T5 Gallery would also like to take the opportunity to thank our clients for their continued support.
We wish you all a very happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year.
The T5 Gallery is pleased to introduce new artist Jo Vane.
Jo’s pieces are influenced by the coastal landscape and New Forest where she lives.
Her degree in fine art and work as a jewellery designer/maker working with precious metals and gemstones has naturally developed into creating larger, sculptural pieces of art in copper, as a response to the natural seascape.
Jill Berelowitz was commissioned to produce a large scale public artwork in celebration of the 400th anniversary of British playwright William Shakespeare. The sculpture entitled ‘Mind’s Eye Tree’ stands at 5.5 metres in height and was recently unveiled at Shakespeare’s New Place in Stratford-upon-Avon.
In celebration of this historic commission, a limited edition scale maquette has been produced recreating the commission in superb detail. The maquette is now available for sale at the gallery.