Tag Archives: Paul Vanstone

July 2016


Intercontinental O2 hotel official opening

Following on from the T5 Gallery’s successful ongoing collaboration with the T5 Sofitel hotel, we are pleased to now be working with the new Interncontinental O2 hotel in Greenwich, London.

The gallery will be working in partnership with the hotel on an evolving art programme along with potential future events.

A video from the hotel’s official opening can be viewed via the following link: https://vimeo.com/173696229?ref=tw-share


June 2016

Chelsea Flower Show 2016

The T5 Gallery was pleased to support sculptors Michael Speller and Paul Vanstone recently at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show.

Both artists had a very successful show welcoming clients and visitors from the UK and internationally, receiving positive comments on both the works and design of the stands.

The works on show from both artists explored existing themes but also introduced new elements and techniques.

March 2016


Paul Vanstone Egyptian Torso

Paul Vanstone is an artist working with a medium that transcends time, history and culture. His medium of choice is marble which he sources from across the globe.

The gallery is currently showing Paul’s ‘Egyptian Torso’, a visually striking work with a rich history.

Egyptian marble has been used to make objects and sculpture for the last 5000 years. It was used to keep perfumes and creams in by the Egyptian Pharaohs and one of Egypt’s earliest industries.

March 2015


Paul Vanstone sculptures

For March 2015 the gallery is pleased to introduce new artist, Paul Vanstone. Paul is an established sculptor working with marbles, onyxes and alabasters sourced from around the world.

The forms he creates are modern yet classical, striking in their size and ambition yet full of subtle details. The choice of medium and the diversity of the regions in which it is sourced from provides the work with a fascinating depth.

The T5 Gallery will be showing two large female torsos incorporating marble sourced from Morocco and India.