After 15 years in the animation world, Alex has recently made the transition to photography. Commissions for various holiday companies have enabled him to follow his passion for producing landscape images of the natural world. His Antelope Canyon series is currently represented by the art rental company Gingerwhite.
Alexandra Charlotte Pullen
Alexandra creates fragmented yet captivating places through an intricate web of objects, drawings and words, detailing the flaws and imperfect honesty of humankind. Strong narratives run through her highly detailed artworks; her stories, cartographic drawings and handmade objects reflecting an uncanny and fantastical reality.
Alison Smart’s work from nature, primarily Epping Forest located on the edge of the city of London, has slowly developed over time from many walks made continuously over more than a decade. For further information and contact details please see the artist’s website.
The photographer Ami Yoon has created a fascinating way to explore the many complex facets of the human personality. This intriguing series is also an acceptance of conflicting ideas and desires within ourselves. It is fresh, fun, artful, intelligent and thought-provoking art.
André Lichtenberg creates largescale images that fluctuate between photography, drawing and painting. His work is supported by the Arts Council England, exhibited in galleries and museums worldwide and has won several awards in the UK and the USA. Lichtenberg’s images are represented in numerous international art collections.
Anna Nazo is multidisciplinary artist. Her focus is on future, space, biomorphic transformations and sculptural reconstruction of the human body. She applies contemporary technology and materials to her work. Recently she became Lumen Prize Online Gallery artist, and a finalist in the Artist of the Year 3D Printshow Global Awards.
Anthea Walsh is a multi-disciplinary artist with a background in fine art and textile design. Defined by a strong basis in observational drawing and an instinct for collage that is translated into a variety of textile mediums, her art is inspired by nature and the visual language of natural history.
Barrie Dale is interested in the art that lies, unregarded, all around us, often under our feet. He photographs small, insignificant plants, many of which would be regarded as weeds. He never ceases to be amazed at the interest and variety that is there to be uncovered.
Ben Rowe creates fascinating worlds, taking a darker view of the future. Cyber-brains, memoryreading technology and surgically implanted body control devices hint at a dystopian future. His research of cult sci-fi films, comics and cyberpunk novels are a key influence on his idea of the future that awaits us.
An abstract photographer specialising in large scale lightbox installations, Boopsedaisy’s reputation for creating captivating work is growing. With shows in Australia and the USA, she will be bringing new work to Europe and showing at Head On in 2015.
Bozena Kaluga has exhibited internationally and won several prestigious awards. A London-based artist working in many mediums, she explores the collaboration between line and texture. Kaluga’s work displays a deeply personal perception of abstract imagination and her abstract work captures a sense of timelessness.
Caitlin Heffernan is a UK-based artist working across sculpture, installation and site-specific contexts. She uses a wide range of media, including drawing and natural and found elements, in craft-based forms. Psychologically charged, her work responds to unusual spaces and is informed by archival research.
Catherine Ritchie is based in Scotland and is a recent graduate in jewellery and metal design. She takes her inspiration from the countryside that surrounds her and creates unique kinetic pieces that depict hand-carved silver animals in the natural habitats where they can be found.
Charron Pugsley-Hill is a British artist who paints with passion and inspiration from her love of nature, animals and the countryside. Colourful, vibrant and distinctive and enhanced with metallics and fine glitters, her work aims to makes the viewer smile and feel the energy and emotion captured in every piece.
Clara Nguyen is an emerging artist specialising in gold and palladium leaf illuminations. She received formal training at the Illumination Atelier in 2011 and her MA in Art History from George Washington University in 2012. Nguyen illuminates impressions of the familiar informed by her emotional intelligence.
Catskill Mountain artist, Colleen Brower, was born and raised in Haines Falls, New York. Using her free spirit and imagination to influence the majority of her work, Brower has a variety of talents. Her pieces include clay sculptures, acrylic paintings, woodcarving, drawings and photography.
Danny O Donoghue
Based in Ireland Danny O Donoghue works in various media from paint to assemblage. He frequently uses symbols, altering their meaning to create surreal juxtapositions. His work is influenced by various subjects from the personal, to popular culture such as social media and the influence of celebrities.
Exploring memory through association, Deborah Stone uses the photograph as a drawing board recalling detail, myth and fact through environments, or haptic qualities; layers linked with time, trace impressions. Memory is formatted to identify: interpret, empower and destroy. Our search for what was real and echoes of dreams we once had.
Eva Erdi-Krausz is a UK- based Hungarian photographer. Influenced by the work of the great Italian artists, she has tried to create similar effects with her photography. She has won numerous competitions in several countries and has continued to exhibit her work in the UK and abroad for over 20 years.
Felicity Swallow is a York-based artist who focuses upon the celestial, our experience of the cosmos as a virtual reality and the process of perception itself. Using data from technologies including Google Sky Maps and Google Earth, she creates tangible objects from intangible information.
Gunvor Larsson has been working as a designer with several Swedish glass companies including working on commissions for public spaces. She has received several grants for “screen-printed decorative glass” pictures inside blown glass. Her work is cross-over of genres: glass, painting, photo, poetry, performance and architecture.
Harriet Horner’s work engages with the perception within inanimate objects and materials that surround us. She explores the reconstruction of shapes and forms to expand from dimension to dimension. There is a meditative quality to her work juxtaposed with a sense of disjunction.
London-based artist Ian McGregor’s work is concerned with the chance ways that images and meanings intersect. His work continually revisits the relationship between materiality and symbolic meaning often concerned the physicality of the paint as if the process of painting itself can mirror the process of dreaming and imagining.
Ian St John
Ian St. John’s paintings draw on found photographic imagery, often from the Victorian period, which are metamorphosed into works of indeterminacy through cropping and a focus on the fragment. Appropriation becomes an imaginative way of reconnecting with the past, revealing the persistence of the archaic in the everyday.
Imogene Newland’s work examines the relationship between sound and movement with an emphasis on the choreography of gesture. Spanning the disciplines of music, dance, photography, film and live art installation, her work is intensely visceral and has been met with public and critical acclaim throughout the UK and Europe.
London-Based Japanese Artist Iori Endo’s current investigation is to go beyond the physical limitation of canvas and challenge the boundaries of traditional understanding of what paintings may be. With emphasis in materiality and physicality, her approach to materials is both controlling and liberated.
Jason Clarke has bipolar disorder and uses art therapy to help manage his illness. It allows him to empty his head of the dark thoughts and visions that cause him so much pain. Jason draws every day, creating powerful and detailed pictures that give a glimpse into a troubled mind.
From modelling clay sculptures to photos, from “scratchpaintings” (a painting technique he coined) to video, Jean-Yves Blanc has made a range of techniques his own since 1998, diverting, recycling and blending. Over the years he has exhibited his creations across France, both for patrons and highly-regarded institutions.
South Africa-born, Jennifer Morrison has lived and worked in London for two decades. Dealing predominantly with colour and shape, she uses these elements to explore juxtaposition, rhythm and repetition in her work. She has exhibited in London and New York and has a solo show in Johannesburg in January 2015 at Graham’s Fine Art Gallery.
Jess de Wahls
Jess de Wahls is a London-based artist who creates hand-sewn relief portraits of inspiring female rolemodels from up-cycled clothing, a technique for which she has coined the name “Retex Sculpting”. Encouraging social change and gender equality, exploring feminism and embracing recycling and reuse are paramount to her practice.
Jose Luis Muñoz
Jose Luis Muñoz is devoted to abstract painting, using acrylic and gesso, looking for colours and textures in the land, desert and sea which alternate with other bright colours, blue, yellow and green. He tries to express landscapes, cities, the sea and the mountains, contrasting their optimism and decline.
Josh Mintz creates idiosyncratic worlds from the subconscious, resulting in unexpected forms. Often sculptural on some level, he typically creates malformed monsters or human like forms. He approaches the work with a doodling type mindset causing his work to exist in a world without structures or boundaries.
Katherine is a Melbourne-based printmaker and visual artist. Intrinsically and instinctively motivated, she abstracts colours, patterns, and motifs found in nature, architecture, interiors and textiles creating images that are layered with textures and random marks; juxtaposing decoration and art; exploring the notion that art may be purely decorative.
The work of New Zealand artist Kenneth Merrick currently revolves around drawing, painting and analogue / digital media. Through image making, Merrick seeks to convey perspectives that form a basis for a type of visual thinking, underpinned by explorations into cultural experience, speculative spaces, and myth.
Living as an expatriate and travelling the globe for two decades, Kirsten made an easy transition from fine artist to travel photographer, capturing immediacy of feeling and spontaneity of moment in print, along with exploring and experimenting with truly looking and feeling outside the frame.
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Kristina D. Aas
Kristina D. Aas is a Lithuanian-born artist based in Norway. She is a textile artist who works across various media but mostly with digital jacquard weave. Her large-scale works question how we perceive our physical surroundings. Textiles and textures are often both medium and objects at the same time.
Laura Krumina looks at things from a different perspective. Experimentation with material combinations has led her to the idea of highlighting the aesthetic aspects of wood. The products represent a novel approach to different tactile materials – leather, plywood, linen. Wooden surfaces give a feeling of natural touch.
With a background in Information Technology, Leo Jahaan has established his own painting method using a self-developed combination of hardware and software. Utilising this technology, Leo transforms his designs based on archival engravings, into precisely-painted oil on canvas, glass and light art. He currently lives and works in Berlin.
Producing contemporary jewellery and ceramics handmade in the North East of England, Lucy Addison currently works in a shared workshop / studio space creating small collections, one off and limited edition pieces. Commissions are welcome.
An award-winning photographer and author based in UK, who has exhibited in Japan, North America and Europe. She travels extensively and creates minimalist, edgy landscapes, ‘found images’, collective images and silhouettes which express her unique view of the world.
In the same way as one recognises the outer forest, there is also the internal forest: the store of living water, the creator of breath and blood, and the protector of the slopes and beauty for the eyes with its trees; it is the last soldier of culture.
Marguerite Horner won the Kidd Rapinet prize for outstanding MA work in 2004. She has exhibited at the 54th Venice Biennale; The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, the Threadneedle Prize and a 2012 solo show at The PM Gallery. In 2015 she is exhibiting in Contemporary British Painting at Huddersfield Art Gallery and @PaintBritain : Ipswich.
Educated at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Art School of Architecture, Maria Franck works primarily with drawings in oil pastel and pen on paper and with photography. She has been exhibiting at museums, galleries and festivals in Copenhagen and Paris in the past few years. The artist is currently based in Berlin.
Maryam Hashemi is a London-based Iranian artist. Her rich work is rooted in her wartime childhood in Iran and layered with her subconscious and everyday colourful life events, inviting viewers to explore. Acrylic and watercolour are her main mediums but she also works with collage and objects.
Nick Taylor (MA Oxon) paints the imagined and the overlooked, both domestic and fantastic, inspired by the flat picture planes of pre-historic cultures and a wildly hedonistic colour palette. He has been widely published and his work has been exhibited in solo and group shows nationally and internationally.
London-based fine artist Olivia Yu is a recent graduate of Central Saint Martins. She creates her abstract expressionism paintings from the perspective and appreciation of primitive and abstract forms within art therapy. Colours become sentimental and/or delicious, telling stories like a maze for the eyes to see.
Paul Eaton VPRMS MAA
Paul is a Goldsmith, Silversmith and Sculptor with over 35 years experience. He specialises in “miniatures” and is Vice President of Royal Miniature Society for Sculpture & Miniature Artist of America. His continual inspiration of the natural world reflects the finite detail in his work.
Living in Wales, Paul Wearing draws inspiration from diverse urban and rural landscapes as well as from ceramic materials, layering slips and glazes to render visually complex and textured surfaces onto his coil-built elliptical and cylindrical stoneware vessels.
Robert P. Clarke
Robert P. Clarke is a new media artist using photography, video, sound, digital media, drawing and performance. His main influences are figurative works, everyday life and capturing a moment or action. Clarke has exhibited widely in the United Kingdom in galleries and recently has been published internationally in art books.
Ruxandra Darie is a storyteller using colour instead of words. She feels colour is a stimulus that affects the emotions and provokes different reactions. She takes inspirations from buildings and structures and views them as animate objects with their own stories. In her art she translates their words back into colour.
Luxembourg-based artist Sali Muller creates installations, sculptures and erased photographs addressing contemporary social issues such as disastrous events, environmental pollution, recycling and capitalism. With a sense of humour incorporated into each piece, her work will make you laugh and think critically about the disenchantment of the world.
Simon Kirk combines painting, collage and decollage (cutting or sanding away the built-up surface to reveal layers below). He free-associates images and text to create playful works with ambiguous narratives. They are multi-directional and open-ended. Meaning is inherent but impossible to pin down precisely.
A Sublime Colourist Enamoured of Light. Sirenes conveys an even more elusive subject by virtue of her mastery of chromatic dynamics as vibrant and yet “gentle as the music of Ravel” and “an atmospheric miasma conjured with a finesse that calls to mind the 19th century British painter J.M.W Turner”.
Stephen J.E. Davies
Stephen J.E. Davies (AGAvA) is a graphic artist and illustrator specialising in black and white and colour pencil high-intensity drawings.His current ranges feature aviation, automobile, military and scenic artworks.
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Susan MacLeod is launching her new collection, Sweetpea. Her jewellery work incorporates silver and semi-precious stones and captures the delicate and irregular forms of nature. Having graduated with first-class honours in Jewellery Design, she is now based in Edinburgh.
The People’s Cloud
A collective of audio-visual artists and critical thinkers investigating the ecology and impact of cloud computing on the places it is physically located in and the people who work to maintain it. The collective aims to question the hidden costs of mass data storage on both environmental and geopolitical structures.
British artist Thomas Dowdeswell (b.1979) has been dubbed “a classical painter for the digital age.” His Vortescape paintings reinterpret images and motifs from the avant garde for the digital age by employing bold shapes, colours and faceless figures to discuss important social issues.
Thomas W Kuppler
Thomas W Kuppler’s process of methodological experimentation, exploration and constant questioning of the media is driven by the need to both deconstruct the representational character of a photograph and to expand the conventional limits of form and dichotomy between the visible and the invisible.
Valentina Barrera is a Colombian artist who looks at the reality of forms and circumstances, and decomposes them into modules. She cuts and plays with colours using acrylics and pastels. Her work shows a different reality from what is observed and is guided by intuition, perception and imagination.
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Victoria Perry’s current work is emblematic of the theatrical nature of reality; reflecting the erroneous environment of modern society, a world of deception and perfection which forces us into daily costumes and alter-egos. By recording these actions through photography, Perry attempts to capture surreal and metaphorical moments of humanity.
Vitor de Melo Sugimoto
Vitor de Melo Sugimoto (b. 1986 in São Paulo, Brazil) is a contemporary artist whose work tries to achieve a perfect balance with the world. Bridging and mirroring opposing forces he shows that everything can coexist therefore, opening new possibilities to understand and modify our reality.
Japanese artist Yasunori Kawamatsu’s video-installations take language as their starting point then remove its context, flattening its meaning, a process the artists calls “equalisation”. Once the meaning and context have been removed he develops a new visual language reappropriating its meaning (picturisation).