Out Of Uniform


Paul Stringer | Photographer Anne Manningas Photographer Lee Gilliand Stephen Fothergill Matt Pulford Marie McGeady Andrew Pearson | Ceramicist John Hannay Illustrator
Jason Alex Hill - Illustrator Steve Mathieson Paul carroll Painter Michael Haynes Painter Jack Hawkins Photographer Dave Osgerby Poet Ben Langham Musician
Tony Sellen | PhotographerGabrielle McDonald Poet Chris Gryce Poet Claudia Borgatti George Patterson David Nevin Painter Jenny Bill Photographer Susana Malleiro Photographer

News & Events

Fill The Gap Gallery Show

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Lets Travel to Rome

David Nevin will be showing two of his films, Lets Travel to Rome and Where Are You Now at the Portobello Film Festival on Sunday 13 September

From Dream to Screen

Wednesday, 9 September 2015 18:30
Apple Store, Covent Garden
No. 1-7 The Piazza
London WC2E 8HA

Join first-time animator Lee Guilliland as he explains how his creative journey, resulted in the making of his animated short film, Bedward Story.

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About us

September 2010 saw the first art exhibition ever held by a group of talented London Underground staff. The public response was overwhelmingly positive. Where can we see more artwork, when is the next show and how do we contact the artists?

There was no alternative but to meet the public demand to access their work and meet the artist. So here is Out of Uniform.

Independently conceived by David Nevin, a Station Supervisor and painter. Adventures don’t begin until you get into the forest. It all came about because David noticed the increasing diversity of backgrounds of the people he found himself working with on London Underground. ‘I have worked side by side magicians, musicians and PHD environmentalists not to mention a clairvoyant’. The most common previous life that caught my ear, eye and heart were the artists. They have a common story of people needing to make a living to support a family and their creative passion. They might work for a living but they create for the glory of God – they might even sell a picture or two along the way!. The happiest people do not pursue happiness.

These dedicated, friendly London Underground staff are showing a different aspect of their daily working lives. Modern people living uncomplicated lives who have exceptional and surprising hidden talents.