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Bestsellers Abstracts Ceramics 3d Wall Art Winter 18

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Luminaire Arts Ltd is a leading arts consultancy company and gallery and showroom space, found in the heart of Pimlico, London. ‘At Luminaire Arts we represent over 300 extraordinary artists from every breadth of the UK and beyond. We help and assist designers and art lovers find artworks that are perfect for their needs and desires. We are thrilled to be sharing with you our AFFORDABLE ART BROCHURE - SPRING 18, which features A highly curated selection of fabulous original artwork, across a full spectrum of affordable prices, which can be commissioned in practically any size! The result is an unparalleled selection of contemporary artwork that can be delivered anywhere in the world, normally within 2-4 weeks!’ Paresha Raj Burnett, Chief Curator & Director

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Price categories are listed below. Each artist's price category is shown in the bottom right hand corner of their pages.

AFFORDABLE ART - PRICE CATEGORIES sizes (cm)

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925

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450

875

995

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1,330

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575

1,125

1,295

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325

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91 x 30

275

525

595

695

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350

675

777

825

995

102 X 41

325

625

650

750

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122 X 91

495

1,000

1,150

1,322

1,595

152 x 122

650

1,250

1,450

1,650

1,900

Please note that Luminaire Arts reserves the right to alter price categories if necessary.

All prices shown are Retail Prices (ex Vat)

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Price categories are listed below. Each artist's price category is shown in the bottom right hand corner of their pages.

PREMIUM ART - PRICE CATEGORY sizes (cm)

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1,195

1,395

1,595

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2,100

2,395

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76 x 76

1,137

1,295

1,495

1,695

1,985

2,285

2,595

2,995

91 x 91

1,450

1,675

1,925

2,250

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3,925

102 x 102

1,530

1,760

1,995

2,295

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3,495

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122 x 122

1,975

2,250

2,595

2,995

3,450

3,950

4,550

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795

895

1,050

1,195

1,375

1,575

1,795

2,095

46 X 60

895

1,050

1,195

1,395

1,595

1,850

2,125

2,450

61 X 91

1,180

1,350

1,560

1,795

2,050

2,375

2,695

3,150

70 X 100

1,312

1,495

1,735

1,995

2,295

2,635

2,995

3,495

91 X 122

1,750

1,995

2,295

2,650

3,050

3,495

3,995

4,650

100 X 126

1,825

2,095

2,450

2,750

3,250

3,650

4,125

4,750

122 X 152

2,195

2,500

2,895

3,295

3,795

4,395

4,995

5,795

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Please note that Luminaire Arts reserves the right to alter price categories if necessary.

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JEN Jen is a mixed media artist whose art is influenced by mapping of journeys and layering of memories. She has been both living and working in several countries. She philosophically explains: ‘My work is based on the journey of life, its layers and strata. Through time and pressure, beauty is created - we mine the soul to find precious things. Life refines and polishes our history and the choices we have made. Our layers and compartments are filled with experiences and memories.’ The study of clay has influenced my art in the use of minerals, textures and formations. The resin creates the contrast between the dynamism of the elements of earth and water. The essential life forces!” Jen’s paintings can be truly appreciated when seen in person. In print, it is impossible to capture the spectacular and unique 3-dimensional effect of Jen’s work, integrated with earth pigments, oils, resin and precious metal leaf.

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Thames VIII

F

F Original Art on canvas – hand embellished in patinated silver leaf and resin

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Aqua I

Aqua II

Aqua III

F Strata IV

Strata V

Original Art on canvas – hand embellished in patinated silver leaf and resin

Strata VI

F 8


Breathe 3

No. 3

No. 4

F Strata I

Strata II

Original Art on canvas – hand embellished in patinated silver leaf and resin

Strata III

F 9


Strata IV

Strata V

F Original Art on canvas – hand embellished in patinated silver leaf and resin

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North Sea II Earth From The Air I

North Sea III

F Earth From The Air II North Sea IV

Original Art on canvas – hand embellished in patinated silver leaf and resin

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ISOBEL Isobel has a passion for porcelain; she creates contemporary art, lighting and interior decorations. Working with porcelain paper clay has allowed Isobel to explore the boundaries of design. Her unique pieces are inspired by the world around us. They appear simple but, on closer inspection, reveal a stunning use of form, texture and depth.

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Ruffles Rimmed Pool of Tranquility

Please note that due to the intricacies and technical nature of Isobel’s work, all larger sizes (over 80x80cm), will need to be priced separately and are usually priced outside the price matrix at the front of the brochure

In a Spin 13

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Phi

Ammonite

Serenity

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Ruffles Twin

Seascape

Loose porcelain shapes Yin and Yang Please note that due to the intricacies and technical nature of Isobel’s work, all larger sizes (over 80x80cm), will need to be priced separately and are usually priced outside the price matrix at the front of the brochure

Seascape close up

Ruffles rectangular

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Murmerations Make a Wish

Pods

Loose porcelain leaves

Finishes

Please note that due to the intricacies and technical nature of Isobel’s work, all larger sizes (over 80x80cm), will need to be priced separately and are usually priced outside the price matrix at the front of the brochure 18

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BETH Internationally exhibited artist Beth studied Textile Design at The University of the West of England and graduated in 2004.From Bristol she moved to London for a little under a decade, working in costume for film, television and theatre and teaching arts and craft workshops. In 2009, Beth was offered a post as an Artist in residence at Wycombe Abbey School for Girls. The residency helped her focus and build a strong foundation for her practise, exploring both femininity and textures and introducing her to the concept of Wabi-Sabi. Returning to London in 2011 Beth has been exhibiting in art fairs and exhibitions both nationally and internationally since. �The foundation of my current body of work lies in the Japanese aesthetic of WabiSabi: exploring the beauty found within transience. From finding a rotting garment by a stream to a stream of consciousness, my current collection travels through ethereal, abstract landscape style paintings into figurative ink drawings that investigate the subconscious. My work is extremely cathartic. I spend hours slowly manipulating the ink to find the right composition and sometimes when its dry writing streams of consciousness on top of the work. The writing for me is an important element, as a dyslexic it can at times be a huge struggle, but at other times the thoughts flow and the time flies. My work therefore is about time and energy and expresses and exposes me as a person.�

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Space to Breathe Always Thinking

Flying

The Anatomy of Culture 18

D Original Art on paper or board with gold leaf

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Waking

Always Thinking

Light Breeze

Light 2 Calming Times

Original Art on paper or board with gold leaf

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Pigeon

Eagle

Seeing From a Distance Flight of the Dove

Calming Times

Original Art on paper or board with gold leaf

Flying High

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Dispersing

Light

Misreading My Words

Out To Sea

Rising Waves Landscape

Rain on my Windowpane

Original Art on paper or board with gold leaf

Birds

D 24


No. 1

No. 2

Sounds

The Storm

Dreamlike State

Space to Breathe

D Original Art on paper or board with gold leaf

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VIVIENNE Vivienne works with a combination of hand drawn design and CAD, often incorporating processes such as screen prints in her work. “I have a BA (Hons) degree in ‘Contemporary Surface Design & Textiles' and I am a freelance artist-designer based in Halifax, West Yorkshire, England. I like to hand draw my designs, but I am also expert in the use of computer assisted design (CAD) technology. My portfolio of work incorporates the use of screen printing, luxury surface patterns, digital printing, hand / machine embroidery, hand / machine knit, and threedimensional constructed textiles. I specialise in bespoke art work and contemporary costume jewellery products. These include brooches, bracelets, necklaces, hand printed luxury silk scarves, framed artwork which can be made to order. I invite commercial and private commissions tailored to the clients specific requirements.�

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A Pretty Delphinium A Single Stem

Twenty Butterflies

A+ Original Art – 3D Mixed Media

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No. 11

No. 8

Fly Away

Blooming Flowers

Original Art – Mixed Media

A Papillion Dream

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No. 9

No. 6

No. 14

No. 10

A+ Original Art – Mixed Media

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ALEXANDER Alexander, in the tradition of collage, is pursuing a very personal obsession of creating narrative scenarios in small format. Using antiquarian books, he makes the work simultaneously an exploration and a deconstruction of nostalgia. We create our own past from fragments of reality in a process that combines the wilful aspects of remembering and forgetting with the coincidental and unconscious. By using pre-existing media as a starting point, certain boundaries are set by the material, those Alexander aims to transform through his creative process. Thus, an encyclopaedia can become a window into an alternate world, much like lived reality becomes its alternate in remembered experience. These books, having been stripped of their utilitarian value by the passage of time, regain new purpose. They are no longer tools to learn about the world, but rather a means to gain insight about oneself. Alexander makes book sculptures / cut books by working through a book, page by page, cutting around some of the illustrations while removing others. In this way, he builds the composition using only the images found in the book.

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Shakespeare - The Comedies, 1875, cut antiquarian book

Shakespeare - The Tragedies, 1875, cut antiquarian book, 32cm x 28cm x 6cm

History Of India, 1898 Sold, cut antiquarian book, 27cm x 19cm x 9cm

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Brehms Tierleben – Saeugetiere, 1918, cut antiquarian book, 25cm x 18cm x 5cm

Chatterbox 1888, cut antiquarian book, 27cm x 20cm x 5cm

Chatterbox, 1906, cut antiquarian book, 27cm x 20cm x 5cm

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Larousse Du XXe Siecle 3, 1928, cut antiquarian book, 32cm x 28cm x 7cm

The Sunday At Home 1895, cut antiquarian book, 28cm x 20cm x 5cm

Magazine Of Art, 1890, cut antiquarian book

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ANDY M I have a strong attachment to the natural world and a nostalgia for how collecting started for me. The Observer’s and Ladybird books, cigarette cards, maps and stamps that I use to make my work come from a more innocent age when i would pore over them by night and be out in the countryside looking for their contents by day. My work is a continuation of that obsession with collecting, cataloguing and observing’. Andrew lives and works in Whitstable, Kent and is Course Leader for Further Education at UCA, Canterbury. He has exhibited all over the world. He has work in the Tate Britain collection and many Artists Book collections in the UK, Europe and Russia. He sources the matchboxes from all over the world, particularly Eastern Europe and India and a lot are from the 1950's and 1960’s.

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Large Flower Matchboxes

A 35


Large Butterfly + Moth Matchboxes, 52x52cm

Large Flower Matchboxes, 52x52cm

A 36


Large Pigeon Matchboxes, 52x52cm

Large Bird Matchboxes, 52x52cm

A 37


Small Pigeon Matchboxes, 26x26cm

Small Yellow Birds, 26x26cm

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Indian Matchboxes

A 39


SOPHIE Sophie is a British artist & architect based in London. She finds inspiration from her environment both past and present; some of this draws from time living in Asia and Australia. Sophie's work seeks to interpret the essentiality beyond the purely visual. She has a curiosity in how memory can focus this; filter it, and how individuals with the same visual experience can come away with such different visual memories of it. The process of creating allows an idea to expand and distil again as a concept, with images often becoming abstract and calm in the process. Her figurative work is much quicker, it seeks to capture the substance of the pose, be that weight, tension, movement, form or emotion - the life within it.

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Eucalyptus 1

Eucalyptus 5

Eucalyptus 15

Eucalyptus 9

Eucalyptus 10

Eucalyptus 15

Eucalyptus 4

B Limited Edition fine art prints on paper

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Ocean 1

Ocean 3

Ocean 2

Acer 1

Acer 2

Ocean 7

Acer 5

Acer 7

Limited Edition fine art prints on paper

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Seascape 2

B Limited Edition fine art prints on paper

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Cyanotype Botanical series 5

Cyanotype Bamboo series 3

Cyanotype Jungle series 4

Cyanotype Bamboo Series 4

Cyanotype Jasmine series 10

Cyanotype Jasmine series 8

Cyanotype Jasmine series 2

Cyanotype Bamboo Series 8

Cyanotype Bamboo series 9

Cyanotype Jasmine series 7

Cyanotype Bamboo series 5

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Leaves 1

Leaves 2

Leaves 4

Leaves 3

Autumn Leaves 1

Autumn Leaves 3

Autumn Series 4

Autumn Leaves 5

Autumn Leaves 8

Autumn Leaves 4

Autumn Leaves 9

Autumn Series 3

Limited Edition fine art prints on paper

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LISA Lisa is a contemporary abstract artist. Sharing her time between North London and North Yorkshire. “Although I have A ‘levels in Art and History of Art, I am mostly self taught. My speciality is acrylic and mixed media and I take my influence from the patterns and textures of our amazing world.” “I love the feeling of freedom and energy that the use of different mediums allows. Often, something as simple as a variation in texture or direction can create something totally unexpected. Each of my paintings reflects the different layers and adventures in life that create our own unique individuality. It is for this reason that I leave it up to the owner of the painting to decide which way it should hang.” “We all see something different!”

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Earth XIII

B+ Original Art on canvas

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Earth VIII

Earth VIIII

Earth X

Earth XI

Close up

B+ Original Art on canvas

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Earth I

B+ Original Art on canvas

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CHELSEA Chelsea uses materials and techniques associated with both disciplines: painting and sculpture. Starting with unusual bases like concrete, steel or copper, she pours or dribbles paint, layers plaster or delicate gold leaf, then scrapes, cracks or corrodes her medium to get the effect she is searching for.

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A II

Original Art on canvas with gold leaf

C+ 51


Where East Meets West

Silent Gold Leaves

Silent Gold Leaves II

Coast

C+ Original Art on canvas with gold leaf

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Edge of Autumn 2016

Winter Moon

Rising Blood Moon

Original Art on canvas with gold leaf

Hunters Moon

C+ 53


Closing Circle

Kintsugi II

Stonebarrow

Seep 110

Original Art on canvas with gold leaf

Looking West in Winter

C+ 54


A III

A XIII

A VI

AV

A XX

Original Art on canvas with gold leaf

C+ 55


TIMOTHY London born Timothy has evolved into an abstract artist. A Specialist interior decorator for 25 years, completing studies at Vauxhall college and South Bank University. His early experience of High-end decorative finishing began at 5 star hotels such as Hyde Park and Grosvenor house. This creation themed "Nature" was conceived through his regular therapeutic walks across many of the National Trust's extensive woodlands, coastal and countryside trails. His intent is to express the energy, organic movement, reflections, shadows and textures seen and felt throughout our valuable natural environments.

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Copper No. 2

C+ 57


Brass No 2

Red No 1

Copper No 2

C+

Gold No 2 58


Silver No 9 Silver No 10

Brass No 1

C+ 59


ALLAN Creativity requires the courage to let go of certainties." Erich Fromm Allan paints in Cornwall, London and Wales. His work embraces abstract and figurative styles, painted in thick impasto oil, on large canvases with palette knives and squeegees. He says, "the power and texture of oil paint applied with a palette knife or squeegee, dictates I loosen up and chance plays a significant role"! Consistent with his postgraduate studies in psychology and surrealism, his consequent therapeutic work in the mental health and education professions, Allan’s working methodology is a faith in the artistic principle of creativity, as a fundamental coping device for healthy everyday living. The impasto palette knifed works of Sir Kyffin Williams and the squeegee paintings of Gerhard Richter influence Allan’s work. In particular Richter's polemic that "almost every work of art is an analogy" appeals to his sense of what it is to be human. "Art is making sense and giving shape to that sense. It is like the religious search for God." Gerhard Richter

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AST_20171008

C+ 61


AST_20170929_03

To Begin at the Beginning

AST_20170929_02

Midnight Velvet

AST_20170929_04

C+

Wise and Wonderful 62


Age To Age

AST_20160423_07

AST_20160423_01

AST_20160423_03

AST_20160423_08

Meaningful Coincidences

AST_20160423_11

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HENRIETTA Henrietta paints abstracts in oil on canvas in which she aims to evoke a time and a place, creating spaces full of light and memory. “It is not the appearance of a chosen motif but its own energies and mystery that form the heart of my paintings.“ Nature is the basis, the starting point, for the paintings, which rapidly take on a direction of their own where the dancing light or the feel of the wind becomes the main focus. They are compositions woven from images of the natural world. “It is the power and energy of nature that excites me. Light and movement allow the creation of the space in my work, often opening up huge vistas. The finished pieces range from almost totally abstract compositions evoking a sense of place to more easily recognisable landscape images: the natural world modulated by time and season, disclosed by visual texture and colour” Henrietta's works can be found in collections in New York, Houston, Sydney, Perth, Paris as well as the UK.

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Streams of Light

Tranquil Pools

To The Sea

D Original Art on canvas

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Golden Summer Isles

Reflection

Original Art on canvas

Pathways to the Sea

Setting Seas

Red Sands

Coastal Calm

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A Summers Day

Light Across the Water

Original Art on canvas

Soft Spring Skies

Sealights

Silver Cloud Lights

D 67


Summer Cloud Light

Late Skies

Original Art on canvas

Autumn Leaves

Tidal Light

Golden Skies

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D Original Art on canvas

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ELIZABETH P Elizabeth is a British ceramicist based in Manchester. Her distinctive style emerged as she was studying fine art, where she specialised in wall sculpture and installation. Whilst developing her unique range of stoneware and porcelain pottery, she pursued a successful career as an interior designer, dealing with contemporary living spaces in some of the North West's most prestigious residential addresses. Elizabeth has combined her love of retro, vintage and antique decoration with cutting edge modern design, to create a range that will stand the test of time. From small pottery bowls to larger scale porcelain artwork, her exclusive range is perfect for the style-conscious home.

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Golden Graces Wall Flowers White with Gold Edge Golden Graces Wall Flowers in Gold

Golden Graces Wall Flowers White with Frayed Edge

D Porcelain sculpture - 3D wall art

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Gold Swallows over Morocco

3 White Porcelain Flowers

Porcelain sculpture - 3D wall art

Graphite Swallows

White Porcelain Flowers

One Gold Flower

Detail

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Frayed Edge

White Swallows

Cut Edge

Three Swallows

Porcelain sculpture - 3D wall art

Side View of Cut Edges

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LISA H Lisa is a contemporary abstract artist. Sharing her time between North London and North Yorkshire. My speciality is acrylic and mixed media and I take my influence from the patterns and textures of our amazing world.” “I love the feeling of freedom and energy that the use of different mediums allows. Often, something as simple as a variation in texture or direction can create something totally unexpected. Each of my works reflects the different layers and adventures in life that create our own unique individuality. It is for this reason that I leave it up to the owner of the piece to decide which way it should hang.” “We all see something different!”

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Follow the Leader

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Close-up Synchronicity

Close-up

Close-up

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Butterfly Que

The Pack

Hokey Cokey

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FINTAN Fintan's method of painting is characterised by an immediacy of process and an urgency of vision, which he has been developing over several years. Despite the appearance of serendipity, Fintan's technique involves constant assessment, measurement and exploration of pigments and their configurations, combined with varnishes, oils and a variety of materials. The challenge that Fintan's art constitutes his motivation - that is to create resonances between or among the senses by exploiting the ever-changing detail of light and texture. His abstracts are worlds eliciting a multitude of emotional and intellectual responses that we, as viewers, must resolve. Fintan was born in Dublin and has spent his adult life in Ireland, Spain and Germany (his current home). His work has been exhibited and acquired by numerous collectors across North America, Europe and Australia, and featured in prominent residential projects in UK and USA.

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Alive II

Alive V

Anima

Spirited

E Original Art on canvas or paper

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E Original Art on canvas or paper

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Down to Earth

Earth Skin

Original Art on canvas or paper

Dreamscape

Land of Planty

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Enlightment Series IV

E Original Art on canvas or paper

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EOS

Floating Atmosphere

Original Art on canvas or paper

Infinity

Spirited

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BOZENA I studied architecture at The Silesian University of Technology in Poland and now live and work in London. Despite my architectural education, art has always been present in my life and has a significant influence on my perception of the world I inherited the love and passion for art and painting from my mother which started my journey into art. As an artist, I seek to create dramatic impressions through strong contrast, vibrant colours, dense mass of paint and various textures. My art is about feelings and emotions which everyone holds deep inside; about dreams and hope‌about passion and joy‌.about loneliness, fear and loss.

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Waiting on the Edge of Time II

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Looking Beyond Predictable II

Golden River II

Breaking the Silence I

Lost. Following the black lines

A winter mist. Demanding emptiness II

Urban Patterns VIII

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Reading from the Lines on my Hands II

The Copper Valley I

Reading from the lines on my hands I

Beyond the Horizon

A winter mist. Demanding emptiness III

Breaking the silence III

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DOVILE My artistic practice is mostly driven by global contrasts and universal contradictions. I am interested in societal collectiveness and in personal transformative processes. I am fascinated by the subject of individualism and its place in the current social, socioeconomic and cultural environment. I aim to lead viewer’s attention into the greatest depths of his personal journey. I want to give the viewer an ability to engage his own opinion and thoughts on self-identity and societal collectiveness. I aim to execute the physical manipulation of materials in order to construct an imaginary allusion and ideological experience for the viewer. I try to keep dynamism and static structure in subtle balance, so to lift the viewer from his own reality and stereotypes, and to involve him into an interpretation game. I want to create an unavoidable approach to an engaging perspective, to develop a space for perception. I am extremely interested in awakening of my artwork. I am inspired by the idea, that the artwork could initiate a dialogic and highly sensory relationship between itself and the viewer.

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The Outsider

E+ 89


One Exit

Together

Incomplete

To Belong

E+ 90


8 Fluffs of the Sow Thistle Cloud Number Nine

Birth of the Planet Earth

E+ Original Art on canvas with gold leaf

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Twins

Abundance II

Abundance I

Mountains at Night

His Heart

Stolen Dreams

Original Art on canvas with gold leaf

E+ 92


7705

Vase

Rain

7734

E+ Original Art on canvas with gold leaf

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FERNANDO Fernando is a contemporary Spanish painter whose otherworldly canvases blur the boundaries between imagination and reality. The artist’s bold, ethereal compositions explore grand themes of time, light and the human condition. 'I believe that my paintings encapsulate life,' says Fernando. We love the artist’s swirling, mystical style and the way his subject matter moves in and out of distinction across the canvas. Fernando’s works are poetry in paint form. For a time Fernando worked from a studio in Hackney. The artist has since relocated to Dorset, where he paints in almost total seclusion. For Fernando, painting is more than technique and intention – it is an 'endless journey towards light'. The artist has enjoyed a long career and his work is held in collections across the world, from Spain and the UK to China and the US. In 2013, Fernando was the exhibition prize-winner at the Dorchester Open. The following year he was a finalist for both the Evolver Prize at the Atkinson Gallery in Somerset and the Tribe Prize at Bath’s Edgar Modern

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Mundo Sailing

Ruah

E+ Original Art on canvas

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Atman

Cyclops

Mina

The Sleep of Reason Moving

Original Art on canvas

E+ 96


Elca

Light Behind Voices

E+ Original Art on canvas

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Distant Light

E+

Moving Shadows

Original Art on canvas

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Travelling Trees

Elca

Original Art on canvas

Tramontana

Light Behind Voices

E+ 99


JARED Jared is a London based artist. Following a prominent career as a fashion stylist that spanned over a decade, Jared’s focus turned to a career in art. While his work as a stylist ultimately focused on achieving visual perfection, his art draws on the very opposite, celebrating not the flawlessness, but the flaw. It demonstrates a visceral rawness that nonetheless retains a haunting beauty through its composition. His work is boldly expressive. Texture and the use of unassuming mediums are played with in a refreshing way. Layering mediums at first appear aggressive, but subtly so. Jared's recent works are inspired by his love of renaissance Italian architecture and the aging Palazzos of Milan and Florence. Peeling, cracked walls offer a refined rawness. Hidden layers are revealed with striking elegance. Applying various mediums to create age and texture, there is something alluring about the passage of time made visible. Jared’s art works evoke a feeling, a feeling he lets you stumble upon as you are guided on a journey.

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Untitled X

E+ Mixed Media On Canvas – Tray Framed

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Disposition of Feeling

Nato dalla Riflessione

No Rules

Mixed Media On Canvas – Tray Framed

Inescapable Presence

Never above you, never below you

Envy

E+ 102


I cant explain, but I understand you

Unapologetic

Rejuvenation

Mixed Media On Canvas – Tray Framed

Untitled

Untitled VII

Return to Nature

E+ 103


Untitled XIII

E+ 104


Abernethy

Resolve

A State of Rapture

Nothing is True

Untitled XII

E+ 105


JOSEPH S Joseph studied at Liverpool Art School and followed this with post-graduate study at St Martin's School of Art. He has over twelve years experience as a freelance illustrator for a wide variety of clients in advertising, publishing and design. “Inspiration for my recent work comes primarily from Nature and in particular butterflies, moths and the folklore and mythology surrounding these specific insects, to produce work with a narrative quality. I tend to work in series and draw inspiration from classical and popular music, fashion and graphic signs and symbols. I am also inspired by the Victorian obsession of collecting, preserving and presenting insects in boxes. My butterflies are created from collaged paper and each butterfly is individually hand cut. As well as their obvious natural beauty, I agree with the Eastern belief of butterflies as bringers of joy and being the essence of happiness.” “I like the school of thought that butterflies represent the soul.” - Joseph

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Coronc

Little Black Dress

E+ Hand cut paper 3D wall art

107


Periphery

Map of the Heart

Hard Target

Gloriole

Butterfly Ball

E+ Hand cut paper 3D wall art

108


Union Jack

Soft Target

Hand cut paper 3D wall art

Kaleidoscope

A Pure Heart

Echo

Aureole (silver

E+ 109


Spectrum

Rhapsody in Blue

Hand cut paper 3D wall art

Fiscal Ball

Anax Imperater (argent)

Butterfly Ball (White)

Whisper (gold)

E+ 110


Aeshnidae

E+ Hand cut paper 3D wall art

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JULIE M After many years of teaching art in secondary schools and with her passion for ceramics Julie embarked on a MA Ceramics at UCA Farnham, which she completed in 2016. Throughout her MA Julie took her inspiration for her artwork from the Jurassic Coastline which is a beautiful, interesting and internationally important place because of it’s fragility. The seas strong and destructive waves are the primary shapers of this coastline and usually occur in the winter when the sea is cold and grey, intermingled with blues. These colours and the fragility of this coast are both reflected within her final outcomes. Her work also explores the senses, especially touch, sight and sound. Julie’s other ceramic work continues to reflect the same themes. All her work is wall based and are either created from shards of stained porcelain that are framed or small porcelain tiles that are stitched onto canvas to create wall hangings.

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Gold Edges 1

Shards of stained porcelain or small porcelain tiles stitched onto canvas

E+ 113


White and Blue

Light to Dark

Copper Edges 2

Oval Edges

Green to Blue Edges 4

Cascading Edges

Shards of stained porcelain or small porcelain tiles stitched onto canvas

E+ 114


Blue and Copper Edges

Sensorial Edges

Blue and Copper Edges

Shards of stained porcelain or small porcelain tiles stitched onto canvas

E+ 115


KATHERINE L Katharine graduated with a fine art degree from Bristol in 2003. Since then she has been regularly showing her paintings in London and throughout the UK. She has become established painting contemporary beach scenes based on locations in the West Country and Scotland. More recently she has been focussing on the more structured landscape of woodland and particularly the effect of light through the trees. These painting maintain her distinctive painterly style. Working from sketches and photographs loosely based on definite locations. Katharine endeavours to create a window on an imaginary space. She likes to use gestural marks and loose brushwork to engage the viewer and charge the composition with movement and dynamism, whilst maintaining balance, building up the paint and alternating transparent and opaque layers, dripping, washing, splashing, allowing it to take its own fluid course and give the image a life of its own.

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By York Gardens

Eyot Bridge

F Original Art on canvas

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Caught in the middle

Corporation Islalnd

Original Art on canvas

The Eighth Bridge

Willow and Poplar

Eyot Bridge

F 118


Street View Rio

Spring Trees

Central Square

F Original Art on canvas

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Babassu

Path Through the Jungle

Botanical I detail Botanical 1

Original Art on canvas

F 120


Subtropics 1

Pools at Iguassu

Original Art on canvas

Subtropics 2

Top of the Falls

F 121


SARAH From Goldsmith of 16 years to designer of precision laser-cut wall panels; Sarah has transferred and developed her metalworking skills from miniature to large-scale. A Jewellery & Silversmithing graduate of The Cass, she has based her collections on the themes of repetition, geometry and how the tiniest, most insignificant parts can create complex and strong, balanced forms. Plant cells, microbiology and geometry all play a part in the development and design of her work, and her pieces are executed with precision, skill and attention to detail. Her jewellery collections have been exhibited in galleries in the US, Japan and across Europe. She now creates unique, bespoke fine jewellery and is expert in redesigning and remodelling unworn heirlooms. A commission in 2014 from renowned corporate art curator, Tom Tempest-Radford, saw Sarah's work transformed to an altogether new level, and brought her work into the realm of large-scale decorative architectural metalwork and installations. She utilises the skills of local engineering companies in combination with her own metalworking experiences and craftsmanship to create her new, vibrant collections of decorative panels, room partitions and lighting installations. Sarah has a long history of working closely with clients to create bespoke, considered and perfectly executed works.

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Circulus LL Circulus I

Circulus II (close up)

F+ Metal sculpture - 3D wall art

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Quadrant I

Quadrant I (detail)

Metal sculpture - 3D wall art

Circulus VI

Bronze Panel with Black Detail

F+ 124


Circulus I

F+ Metal sculpture - 3D wall art

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THIERRY My work consists of an aesthetic search for the shape and the material. The outline of the pieces is thought over according to simple and pure lines that endow the object with some serenity. The treating of the surface allows to give a personal touch to the work. In order to obtain the different aspects of roughness, scratch, or carbonization, a precise knowledge of the techniques and meticulous work are necessary. In order to obtain some textures, I even use a blow torch, a kind of chain saw or acid. The work done on the material gives birth to a contrast between light and shadow. The notches of the wood create the downstrokes and the upstrokes; the polishings permit the brightness or the dark effect. To this, we must add the nature of the wood which according to it's colors or it's irregularities will contribute to different results. I principally use local species such as walnut, maple, ash etc. By making use of the specific characteristics of each species and by combining sometimes different materials such as metal, slate or wax linen with the wood, I endow the piece with its special richness.

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ATM011

POA


ATM012

ATM015

ATM013

ATM014

ATM016

POA


ATM017

ATM019

ATM018

ATM020

ATM021

POA


CLAIRE B Claire lives and works in London, but started life in the semi-rural county of Lincolnshire. Claire is a multi-disciplinary artist working in paper, metal and painting. She exhibits her work nationally and internationally, showing regularly in London, other parts of the UK, USA and Europe. Her work has been published in many magazines including: The Audubon Society, Fresh Paint Magazine, Elle Decoration, Elle Deco, Vogue (UK and Greece), World of Interiors, Inside Out and was featured in the book “Paper: Tear, Fold, Rip, Crease, Cut� (Blackdog Publishing 2009). Her work is included in many private and public collections including: The National Wildlife Museum For the USA, The Emirati Royal Family, The Twitter Art Collection, The London Transport Museum, The Corinthia Hotel, London, The Hayatt Hotel, New Orleans. Claire is an inaugural member of the Perrier Jouet Art Salon and Prize and a workshop leader at The Victoria and Albert Museum London.

POA 130


We Found Home

We Found Home

POA 131


Humming Crow

There’ll Be Blue Birds

Hybird Sparrowhawk

Hybirds Hummingcrow And Pigionhawk

POA

This Secret We Are Seeking 132


Before We Were Lost

What Do You See From There

POA

Red Throat Hummingbird 1 133


DRAGICA Dragica is a painter who lives and works in London. Dragica moved to London from Croatia to pursue a BA in painting from the Chelsea College of Art and Design, followed by a Master's degree. Since the early 2000, Dragica has been regularly exhibiting artwork, initiating and organising art events, workshops, artists' studios and residencies in the UK and abroad. By generating income through various forms of sponsorship Dragica has curated a number of art group shows such as: WIP, Filter, Blink, Mayday-Mayday, Zone of Urgency, Object-Objection-Objective, Tipping Point, Stopover and Navigating Dot. In 2009 she was awarded the Abbey Painting Award, which led to an artist residency and fellowship at the British School in Rome. Alongside her arts practice, Dragica is also leading painting workshops on ‘Connections between Master Paintings and Contemporary Art' at the Wallace Collection, judged the Camden School art competitions and, as visiting artist, lectured on painting practice across the UK universities.

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Blue Swirl Series 1 Alchemicana

Blue Swirl

Black and White Swirls

POA Original Art on canvas

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Blue Swirl on Purple Blue Swirl Series 1

Continuity 2

Continuity

Blue Swirl Series 2

Manifistation

POA Original Art on canvas

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Figure

Four Light Swirls

Figures

Four Blue Swirls

Lurking Circle

Harmonium

POA Original Art on canvas

137


Orange Figure

Silver Swirls 1

Orange Swirls

Silver Swirls 2

Twinkle at Large

Silver Swirls 3

POA Original Art on canvas

138


Restructuring Swirls Series 1

Restructuring Swirls Series 5

Restructuring Swirls Series 2

Restructuring Swirls Series 11

Restructuring Swirls Series 4

Rounded Swirls

POA Original Art on canvas

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BEATRIZ A Spanish artist currently living in London, Beatriz is inspired by her surroundings and translates the energy and visual information of her dairy life into her work using colour as her personal language. The colour in Beatriz’s work seems a spontaneous emission, as if she had transmitted her emotions directly onto canvas through the mere act of breathing. The viewer, in turn, is drawn into the vortexes of movement in her images, yet they offer points of seductive languor along the way, in the presence of floral shapes opening outward, clouds that provide moments of rest, and other suggestive elements. At the same time, Beatriz’s paintings feature a strong sense of depth, which derives from her knowledge of architecture—the field in which she began her career—and the importance to her of the landscape of her hometown of Santander, Spain. While her work always references landscape or spatial depth, she avoids the presence of a horizon line. Thus departing from classical conceptions of space, she creates dialogues between different spatial planes, allowing viewers to find their own road maps. Her use of colour spots, drips, and splatters convey her fearless and intuitive process while making all of the elements in these imaginary worlds seem to be alive. Evoking Abstract Expressionism, Colour Field Painting, and Spanish painterly traditions, Beatriz’s canvases reference today’s sensory overload experienced with a rare unfiltered and raw openness.

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De Luz Denue Frozen

Show Me

Original Art on canvas or paper

POA 141


Haiku

Lo Inesperado

Luz Neon

Lisbona

Original Art on canvas or paper

POA 142


No. 1

No. 3

Original Art on canvas or paper

No. 2

Siglo XIX

POA 143


Waiting For You

Last Chance

Original Art on canvas or paper

Bruna

Hello Mia

POA 144


Calma

Rojo Italia

Nostalgia

POA Original Art on canvas or paper

145


ROGAN Rogan is an Anglo-Irish artist who currently resides in the south of France. His work explores the boundaries between observational study and artistic interpretation, existing somewhere between scientific accuracy and pure, unbridled imagination. Using both a scalpel and a laser he creates intricate, fragile relief sculpture out of layers of cut paper making multiple visual references: marine algae, cell structures, microbes, pathogens, neurons, coral, fossils, fungi. Each work starts as a detailed drawing and then grows organically layer after layer, playing with the dynamic of repetition and variation until a kind of critical mass is achieved and the work asserts its own uniqueness and autonomy. The process of production is slow and painstaking with some pieces taking up to five months to complete. The ultimate aim is to create works that invite quiet contemplation of the vastness, complexity and beauty of the natural world that surrounds us.

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Small Kernel

POA Paper sculpture – 3D wall art

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Magic Circle

Portal

POA Paper sculpture – 3D wall art

148


Vortex

Cell Cloud Cut Stem

POA Paper sculpture – 3D wall art

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JOHN F German artist John's conceptual work is an attempt to discern governing principles of the universe - art as a way of enquiring about the world. Artistic investigation, as a way of inquiring about the world, keeps asking the same perennial questions about origin of matter as science and religion. It bridges scientific and spiritual dimensions by conveying a message which is both: universal and deeply personal. His art transcends the dualism of objective and subjective, matter and spirit. It goes beyond the established framework of human knowledge and beliefs towards the state of ubiquitous oneness. He believes that every form of existence, from a thought, a feeling, matter to space and time is one and the same energy governed by the same principle and being a part of the Singular Universe. Dualism exists only as our perception and it is through their singularity that we can access the truth.

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Destruction no6

Destruction no20

Destruction No14

POA Metal sculpture – 3D wall art

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Creation is Destruction Gold Axe No. 1

Creation is Destruction New Gold 1

Creation is Destruction Gold Axe No. 3

Creation is Destruction New Gold 2

Destruction no5

POA Metal sculpture – 3D wall art

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Creation is Destruction

POA Metal sculpture – 3D wall art

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Copper No 15

Copper No 11

Copper No 16

POA Copper sculpture – 3D wall art

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Copper No 10

Copper No 13

Copper No 3

Copper No 5

Copper No 6

POA Copper sculpture – 3D wall art

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REVATI It was in the foothills of the Himalayas, in the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, that Revati took her first steps to becoming an artist. As a child, she would express herself by painting on the walls of her grandmother’s 100-year-old house, the only building for miles at the heart of a sprawling tea estate. Her art became her way of showing issues that faced the crowded and challenged society of Mumbai, and a critique of her homeland soon became a central theme in her work. Subsequent exhibitions spanning venues in India – including both Delhi and Mumbai’s international airports – as well as London, Hong Kong, Singapore and Dubai have established Revati as a forward-thinking and international contemporary artist. Over time, her work has become more ambitious, perhaps best seen in the striking 4 x 6 metre painting commissioned for the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Bangalore.

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A Homage To The Vanishing Paddy Fields, Fabric weight 0.9222, Silver 3.563, Rings 0.075, Total - 4.560

The Earth Song Series, Pigment on rice paper, acrylic on canvas and pen and ink

POA 157 157


The Script Of A Universal Language, Seeds and grains embedded in natural clay

Remember How The Earth Felt (2) Pigment on lokta paper, acrylic on canvas, pen and ink

Remember How The Earth Felt (1) Pigment on lokta paper, acrylic on canvas, pen and ink

POA 158 158


Alluvial, 11 feet x 5 feet, Acrylic on canvas

A Wall, 1000 pieces of natural black, white and terracotta clay denoting racial diversity laying on a bed of marble

Constant Unfolding

POA 159 159


VAUGHN Vaughn creates his three dimensional art with materials such as plywood and acrylic. “Patterns interest me: they are the background, the fabric and the landscape in which we live. Patterns are made by the weave of thread in cloth, the repeated laying of bricks in a wall, the individual decisions of a billion consumers or the single pixel of a digital screen. They record a process of thinking and making inside every product created by men. Patterns are blueprints, used to move data across space and time. Complex patterns inside nature remember a million years of Darwinian history. Patterns of human settlement, grids of streets and pavements remember the interests and politics of people now long gone. The pattern of a fingerprint records identity, controls our access to space and allows movement across national boundaries. Form, identity and icon are spectacles which can be constructed. In a world of spectacle, pattern is silent and barely noticeable. It is often invisible, often unintentional. It is manifested in elegance, logic, beauty, brutality, music, weather, language, planning, coincidence and accident. Patterns are dynamic, stable and restrictive in every measure. I work with patterns because they construct and constrain reality, for better and for worse. Although they are quiet (because they are quiet) they are very powerful. Made visible by art, they can be exposed, interrogated and challenged.�

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City of Parts

Contours

Contrails

POA Mixed media sculpture – 3D wall art

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Pattern of Red, Yellow, Blue

Junction 14

We Couldn't All Be Wrong

Master Plan

Master Plan 31

Firewall

Invisible City

POA Mixed media sculpture – 3D wall art

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Code Garden #1

Code Garden #2

Marble Arch

Patchwork

White Eliptal

POA Mixed media sculpture – 3D wall art

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BELGIN Belgin was born and brought up in Istanbul, Turkey and has been living in London for almost three decades. She exhibited in Istanbul, London, Bergen and on the QE2 liner. Many of my works are in private collections in Turkey, UK, Ireland, Portugal, Oman, Sydney and the USA. Drawing on the themes of existence, self and identity she creates sculptural ceramic works, installations and wall pieces. Working with such powerful themes, enables Belgin to to draw from a personal understanding and knowledge that helps her relate and communicate with others. Her work examines the notion of continuing evolution and change; that things are not perfectly smooth, spotless or still. It is about the contrast between inside and out, and the tensions this creates.

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Round 1 Abstract 5

Colour Abstract 2

POA Porcelain sculpture – 3D wall art

165


Triptych II

Hall Colour Abstract 1

Colour Abstract 3

Colour Abstract 6

POA Porcelain sculpture – 3D wall art

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Cornucopia

POA Porcelain sculpture – 3D wall art

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REGINA Ceramic Artist Regina is a London based ceramic art practice specialising in 3D architectural ceramics. Inspired by water and poised between art and design, the undulating sculptural tiles create unique feature-walls and statement pieces for public and domestic settings alike, introducing an elegant and sophisticated element into architectural spaces. Regina is known internationally for her tactile ceramic sculptures with highly distinctive abstract designs. Her work is held in public and private collections around the world, including the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge and the Museum of Contemporary Ceramics in Gifu, Japan. Regina has worked with leading interior architects and art consultants to create site-specific installations that complement their setting while retaining their own artistic identity. Her portfolio includes an exclusive 3D tile line, designed in 2011, for the American company Ann Sacks, and the cabin art work design for P&O’s newest cruise ship Britannia. Regina studied Fine Art and Ceramics in Vienna, Geneva and London and has worked from her ceramics studio in South London since 1998. Regina received funding from the Crafts Council to set up her workshop. She is a Crafts Council Selected Member, an elected Fellow of the Craft Potters Association of Great Britain, and a member of the International Academy of Ceramics.

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Flow

Reflection 7

POA 169


No.3

Klimit

Gallery 4

POA


Hand painted Feature Wall

Gold Enamel 3

White Gloss

POA 171


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Our 'Bestsellers' brochure features a whole range of fabulous abstract, ceramic and 3d wall art. Suitable for whole projects!