1/23/2016

 

I have always drawn; I see things through my fingers.  I paint on canvas with acrylic and, like me, my work is an eclectic collection, filled will bold, colourful images - no doubt influenced by the rhythm of the Caribbean where I grew up.  I am inspired by life and s...

1/17/2016

 

 

I love pots and I love the huge and seemingly endless opportunities they afford me, as an artist to delve into my soul and still have a lot of fun. My preferred clay is porcelain. I love the feel of it in my hands when throwing a pot, its forgiving nature and willing...

1/17/2016

 

I make mainly vases out of porcelain on the potters wheel. I throw simple and classic shapes with no decorations; the glazes are the ones, which decorate them. I love to create my own glazes, experimenting and trying all sorts of recipes with the ambition to find the...

1/17/2016

 

My work is an investigation into themes of innocence lost and recaptured and experience gained. An interest in personal, family and historical contexts informs the images. Many of the works are autobiographical using motifs of landscape and figure.

 

I use a variety of...

1/16/2016

 

 

Brian D Hodgson’s practice as an artist encompasses drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, and actions.  He has exhibited both in the UK and internationally, winning the solo show prize of Pushing Print 2011 and being shortlisted for the inaugural John Ruskin Pri...

1/16/2016

 

Jane’s work is about looking, she aims for an honest simplicity, evading diversionary bluster or ‘cool’ cynicism, and attempts, by drawing, to touch something of that essence, the particular confluence of marks and shadows, that soaks and swells the retina and lights...

1/16/2016

 

Vic Forrest drew throughout his childhood and youth. He went to art college and completed a BA in painting. That only led to him thinking he didn't want to follow an art career. While he never stopped drawing, he placed little value on the activity. About eight years...

1/16/2016

 

My practice revolves around mythologies, ancient and modern: I'm exploring the self-created myths people wind about themselves. Ancient myths deal in archetypes, heroes and villains, nothing is, as it seems. Exactly the same can be said of the Tall, Dark and Handsome...

12/12/2015

 

 

My work is concerned with ideas of repetition, sequence and multiples. This stems from a fascination with collections: multiples that record and archive history. My glass works examine material volume, weight, and ambiguity, posing questions about function and the vi...

12/12/2015

Born in Stockholm, Sweden in 1958 and educated in the UK, Ferm received an M.A. in Printmaking from Camberwell College of Art in 2010. She currently divides her time between printmaking and teaching.

Water is an important and re-occurring motif in her work and she uses...

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