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City, Sea, Land & Travel Brochure Winter 18

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Luminaire Arts Ltd is a leading arts consultancy company and gallery 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 PREMIUM ART BROCHURE - SPRING 18, which features A highly curated selection of fabulous original artwork, across a full spectrum of 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 2


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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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B

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61 X 61

295

600

690

795

895

76 x 76

325

650

748

860

987

91 x 91

395

795

925

1,100

1,250

102 x 102

450

875

995

1,150

1,330

122 x 122

575

1,125

1,295

1,500

1,695

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£

£

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40 X 50

225

450

525

595

685

50 X 60

275

525

595

695

795

61 X 76

325

600

690

795

895

91 x 30

275

525

595

695

750

91 X 61

350

675

777

825

995

102 X 41

325

625

650

750

850

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)

Call us on 0207 101 5070 to receive upto 30% Trade Discounts off these prices!

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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)

C

C+

D

D+

E

E+

F

F+

SQUARE

£

£

£

£

£

£

£

£

61 X 61

1,050

1,195

1,395

1,595

1,825

2,100

2,395

2,795

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

2,500

2,750

3,375

3,925

102 x 102

1,530

1,760

1,995

2,295

2,675

3,075

3,495

3,995

122 x 122

1,975

2,250

2,595

2,995

3,450

3,950

4,550

5,225

40 X 50

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

All prices shown are Retail Prices (ex Vat)

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RECTANGULAR

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MARTIN From what I see and observe around me in the natural world. Things you see every day and take for granted. The sun rising on a beautiful spring morning, the skies and colours above, the formation of the clouds, to the setting of the sun where the sky meets the sea. All these things create wonderful shapes and colours quite by chance, and if you're lucky enough you may find the time to stop and wonder at them. These are all inspirational to me, just take the time to observe and enjoy what is there, because within a whisper it will be gone.

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Two Halves

A+ 7


A Feeling of Warmth and Beauty

Memories of the Loch

Divided by Two

Moonscape II - Prussian Blue

Lose Myself - Trouble Is Coming

Lose Myself - What Lies Ahead

New Dawn Fades II

A+ 8


The Glow

The Tranquil and the Tempest

Solar Power...Feel The Heat

A Loneliness

To Appreciate the Light...

The Beach - Still Life II

A+ 9


MICHAEL L Michael is a British visual artist, living and working in London. His training and experience, beginning with an earlier degree in mathematics, has included painting while travelling across Asia, as well as teaching art and photography. He gained a Masters Degree in Fine Art at Middlesex University. Michael has exhibited widely across London, United Kingdom and Europe and is represented by galleries in the UK and Italy.

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West End Ghosts XIII

A+ 11


Strand and Lancaster Pl

E Smithfield and Royal Mint Ct

Wardour St

Piccadilly Circus

James St

St James's Park

A+ 12


Route V

Park Rd and Marylebone Rd

Henlys Corner

The Mall and Whitehall

Oxford St

Piccadilly Dusk IV

A+ 13


BAGUEPS Born into a family of artists, Bagueps studied applied arts in Paris at Oliviers de Serre, specializing in interior design. After graduating, she worked for a French cabinetmaking firm for seven years, where she gained her experience in creating materials and finishes. In her paintings, she strives to translate the peaceful feeling she gets from the inspiration of nature, in particular the beauty of the sky. Having painted since childhood, Bagueps aims to capture the colourful vibrations of the everyday; the sky is a constantly changing canvas she wishes to replicate. Her principal subject is the inbetween; the flux between two states. She begins with an initial inspiration and then lets the painting guide her. Mixing different materials such as acrylic, oil, marble powder and silver powder, the colour and texture takes on its own form.

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Burnout

Become

A+

Passage Delicat

Original Art on canvas

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Become

Burnout

Filorange

Etre en Passe Deux

Green wave

L’Entre

Nerfdarnold

Nerfdarnoldbleu

A+ Original Art on canvas

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Between

Confrontation

Blanc de Passage

Endre Deux

Gestation

Hope

Black Night

A+ Original Art on canvas

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LYRA The appeal of Lyra's ‘scapes' is in the creation of atmosphere through her connection with colour. She creates abstract but instinctively balanced compositions through an open and experimental approach to her practice. “Colour has always played a big part in my life and art career - loving the way it can transform how we experience and live in any space” “With my paintings, I aim to create atmosphere rather than realism, they are built up in layers using a unique non-brush technique”

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Intuition 2

Intuition 1

Intuition 3

A+ Original Art on canvas

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Colorado 3

Colorado 4

Coexist 2

Coexist 5

Original Art on canvas

Clouds Melt with Colour

Coexist 11

A+ 20


Colours Say Love

Strata 2

Existential 8

Strata 3

Original Art on canvas

Existential 12

Terra Chroma 6

Terra Chroma 7

A+ 21


JANE ELIZABETH Jane Elizabeth was born near London, spent her teenage years on the Isle of Wight, and several subsequent years attending University in the UK and Canada. Following this, Jane had a long career in the NHS as a speech and language therapist, working primarily with children with communication disorders. She also followed her passion for dance through postgraduate study in Dance Movement Therapy at Roehampton Institute in London. During these years, Jane also painted and exhibited her work, as time and circumstance allowed, and then made the decision in 2015 to work as a full time painter. Jane’s painting is inspired by her dance background, and by her travels through the beautiful landscapes and coastlines of the UK, mainland Europe and New Zealand. She spends as much time as she can outdoors in nature, trying to capture the fleeting movement of light and shadow as the weather moves across hills, valleys and water; her photographs, sketches and notes are later used as inspiration for her paintings back in her small studio on the English/Welsh borderlands.

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Rain over Moray

B 23


A Line in the Land

Falling Cloud II

The Gentleness of Air

Holy Island II

Mountain Falls in Winter

Torrent

Lightspout Hollow

B

Stardust 24


The Haar Storm Clearing

Windblown

B 25


DANIEL S Daniel is a German photographer, based in London since his photography studies at the London College of Communication in the mid-90s. With a deep background in photojournalism and stock photography he has spent years concentrating on maximum detail and resolution. Moving away from commercial photography, he is now more interested in the abstract aspects of the world around us, and its photographic representations. Abstraction can guide the viewer’s attention away from details to a bigger picture. To achieve this, he often uses movement blur, long exposure or creates repetitive patterns from his photographs.

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DS014 DS011

DS015 DS012

DS010

DS016

B

DS013 27


DS017

DS020

DS018

DS021

DS019

DS022

B 28 28


DS023

DS026

DS024

DS027

DS025

DS028

B 29


B 30


London Westminster London Big Ben 5

London Westminster Abbey

London Big Ben 1

London eye

B

London Tower Bridge 31


GERARD A lot of my work is influenced by experiences of travel so the imagery focuses on hotel facades, restaurants, yachts, marinas, cars (including classic cars/racing cars). I am particularly interested in reflections in windows and this is a pictorial device that underpins and unites all of my work. I am fascinated by the real and the abstract possibilities that reflections create. This enables me to explore the contrast between a 'real' space and an 'illusory' reflected space. The dislocation of figures and scale; interiors looking outward; exterior views looking inwards etc., which creates all sorts of visual possibilities, and drives the work towards its final resolution. Most of my paintings are acrylic on canvas which combines the spontaneity of watercolour with the sturdiness of oil paint. Acrylic dries fairly quickly so that I can generate an immediacy within the work as it progresses. So the paintings retain the element of freshness that I am always trying to capture .These technical experiences have enabled me to participate in demonstration classes for magazines, books, workshops etc. I have shown widely across the U.K. but mostly across the South and London galleries.

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Monte Carlo Landscape

B+ Acrylic on canvas

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Monte Carlo Marina

Restaurant Reflection Neptune's

Reflection Central Hotel

Reflection Monte Carlo Bay

Restaurant Reflection Cafe Rouge. St.Pauls

Restaurant Reflection Cafe Royal

B+ Acrylic on canvas

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Restaurant Reflection Drakes Restaurant Bar

Restaurant ReflectionThe Waterfront

Ritz Chauffeur

Sailing by a Duesenberg

Acrylic on canvas

B+ 35


ANDREW F Born in the UK in Birmingham in 1979, Andrew graduated from Lancaster University with a First Class Honours Degree in Fine Art and Geography in 2001. Andrew was awarded a scholarship in recognition of his achievement and contribution to the Art Faculty. His large canvases were exhibited at the university for three years. Andrew lived in Abu Dhabi from 2004 until 2015 and took inspiration from the arid and exotic landscape and water that makes up Abu Dhabi and its surrounding islands. His work is a direct and emotional response to the natural world and in particular the physical geography of the landscape. When drawing and painting he works and reworks areas as if sediment is being deposited then eroded, scratched, scraped, up to the point where the fluidity of the landscape flows across the canvas, texturing each composition until it reads like Braille. He paints in an instinctive way, interpreting the force of nature and moving between impressionism and semi-abstraction. His work is in many private and corporate collections including Goldman Sachs, Coutts Bank, Standard and Poor’s and Dubai Multi Commodities Centre. Andrew has exhibited in the UK at the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists and lives in Stratford-Upon-Avon.

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Emerald Gorge

B+ Original Art on canvas

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Blue Yellow and Grey Landscape

Chartreuse Green Meadows

Shocking Pink Landscape

Flying Over Abu Dhabi, August 2014

Original Art on canvas

Red Summit

Teal and Pink Lavender Headland

B+ 38


Blue Yellow and Lemon and Lime Coastline

Low tide between the channel

Sea Crocuses lining the shore on Yas Island

Original Art on canvas

Dazzling Light Watching The Fish In The Shallows

Luminous Low Tide, Yas Island

Ink blue sky, thunderstorm over Yas Island

Rain Clouds Over Abu Dhabi

Winter Clouds Over Yas Island

B+ B+ 39


GINA Gina’s landscape paintings are both a description from memory and an exploration of the aesthetic qualities of the painting medium. The horizon line is a recurring reference in her work, along with contrasts of light found in a dramatic landscape. Rather than focusing on the sky, like many traditional landscape artists, Gina is instead drawn to the details and earthy textures on the ground. In all, she aims to capture the experience of a place; a depiction of what she has seen, smelt, touched and heard. Through a slow process of building up many thin layers of both acrylic and oil paint, Gina continually scrapes off and adds layers, using different tools to make marks. In doing so, the physical process of her work remains clear to the viewer, as well as sensing her connection to that place. Gina moved to London, from Australia, in 1996 to pursue her career as an Interior Designer. In 2003, Gina changed her path and went on to study full time at Wimbledon School of Art obtaining a BA Fine Art painting degree in 2006, just at the same time she began a family. From 2012 she attended regular life drawing classes at Heatherly’s School of Art and has only recently begun to paint again from September 2013. Gina draws inspiration from her memory and connection with the Australian landscape. She also spends much of the year on the East coast of the Scottish Highlands and is inspired from her time spent outdoors in the vast open spaces, witnessing the seasonal changes and dramatic beauty.

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GC21 GC20

GC22

GC24

Original Art on canvas

B+ 41


GC23

GC25

GC34

B+ Original Art on canvas

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GC26

GC31

GC27

GC35

GC28

GC36

B+ Original Art on canvas

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RICHARD K “After an upbringing on the family farm on the coast of North Cornwall, I left my tractor behind to train in graphic design and illustration at Kingston University in the mid ‘80s. I've since spent thirty years in the creative industry in London, first as an illustrator and graphic designer, and now as a full time artist. Urban life inspires me, seeking to capture the perpetually evolving patterns and rhythms of architecture and people in my work. I paint this ‘dance to the music of time' by combining an observational drawing style with colour, marks, texture and pattern. My goal is to spark a recognition and dialogue with the viewer, asking them to discover in my paintings a visual expression of their own urban lives.”

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Millennium Sunset

Sloane Square corvette

Sloane Square Crossing

B+ Original Art on canvas

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Tower Bridge Dusk

Olympus

City Colour

Westminster Heights Battersea

Original Art on canvas

Red Light

B+ 46


Albert Bridge 2

OXO Mall

South of the City

Battersea Cranes II London Eye to Parliament

Original Art on canvas

B+ 47


Albert Bridge

Macys

St Paul's to the City

Central Park Taxis From the Suburbs to the City

Original Art on canvas

West 34th Street New York

B+ 48


From the Suburbs

Sloane Square Christmas Lights

Original Art on canvas

Corvette in Sloane Square

Waterloo Clock

Spring in Sloane Square

Solo in Drury Lane

B+ 49


COLIN Colin trained at the Reigate School of Art in Surrey, and now lives on the Sussex coast, soaking up the wonderful light and the beautiful, varied landscape. His work is inspired by the daily observation of his surroundings, combined with memories of past fleeting moments that are both personal and universal - perhaps a glimpse of the sea through woodland, a cloudburst, a howling gale or a cliff-top walk at sunset.‘Weather has fascinated me since childhood. It's the sensation, the feeling of being in the landscape that I aim for - the mysterious, elemental and ever-changing drama of light and shadow, of wind, water and sky transforming a landscape in a blink of an eye. I want to capture the feeling, memory and the essence of a place and time in my work. I'll sometimes complete a piece outside, but I'm happiest making thumbnail pencil sketches on site with colour, wind and light direction notes, then working up the final painting in the studio with memory and imagination engaged. It's an organic process where the original sketch and/or memory is reconceived using layers of paint and scraping back and then more layers and scraping until there is a finished piece'

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Wild & Windy Sea IfsS

Last Light

Flooded Field

Across the Lake

B+ Original Art on canvas

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Glimpses

Cloud Burst

Boundless

Postcard from the Sea III

Nocturne III Land fall

Original Art on canvas

B+ 52


Landfall

Evening Sun, Sand, Sea & Sky

Original Art on canvas

Days End

Gathering Storm

Tempest

First Light

B+ 53


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Dark Clouds Over This Pool of Light

Pathways to the Sea

A Nice Day to Walk on the Thames

Ochre Trees in the Breeze

Original Art - watercolours on paper

Dark Shadows as the Sun Swings Around

Strong Sun Gentle Breeze

C+ 55


SUE Sue studied at Croydon College of Art and then followed a career in graphic design, working as both in-house and as a freelance designer within publishing, marketing and product development. Art in one form or another has always consumed a large part of her life and after inspiring journeys to South Africa and Australia she left the world of digital design to rekindle her love of painting. She works with acrylics, painting abstract landscapes on canvas, with texture being an important ingredient to the finished work. The paintings are completely from imagination and the challenge she always sets herself is to capture an atmospheric scene, a mysterious place where the colours and shapes can mean many different things that can change as the work is viewed. “Every painting is a journey that takes me along many different directions to its final destination and when it is done I often wonder how did I get there. “ Alongside the fantasy world of landscapes, Sue also paints on canvases with irregular sides. As part of looking to create something a little different, these geometric shapes and designs have evolved. This style of painting is a completely different discipline being quite structured against the free flowing fluidity of the landscapes. The works can be hung any which way. Sue works from her home studio.

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Coastal Hideaway

Atlantis

C+ 57


Golden Days

Illusion

Horizon

Into the Blue

Hyphocus

Liahora

C+ 58


Destiny

C+ 59


ELLIE A love of landscape is central to my work. I am always drawn to the sea, lakes and rivers. Echoes, distortions and reflections create interesting effects to work with. Originally from Guernsey, the stunning and diverse landscape, inspired me to develop my method of working. I love drawing and photographing on location, in different times of day and various weather. I use a combination of the sketches and photos to start the paintings. I enjoy working with a variety of oils, pigments, varnishes and inks. I revel in the investigative process sanding back and revealing sections of the image. I tip my canvases to allow the paint to pool and drip. I enjoy finding new textures, and experimenting with oil and water based paint. Salt and thin areas of plaster change the character of the image. I've currently been focusing on London. The city is such a fascinating beautiful subject. Mist and smog cast a haunting veil over the landscape. I'm interested in the Victorian gothic architecture reflected in modern glass. I also work on Commission and have been fortunate enough to work in different areas of the country and abroad. During the last few years, I've done projects based on the Madagascan rainforest and Hungzhou in China.

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Wren’s Place

C+ 61


Houses of Parliament

Silver River

Bridge

Muswell Hill

Tooley Street

C+ 62


Canonbury Rooftops

St Pancras Hotel

Votive Cathedral

St Paul’s

Threadneedle Street

C+ 63


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

D 66


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

D 68


D Original Art on canvas

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GAIL Gail lives and works as a painter in Cambridge (UK). She achieved a first class BA (hons) degree in Fine Art at Exeter College of Art and Design in 1981, after which she lived in Madrid for a year. She has been painting all her life! She has spent a lot of time in Andalucia (where her ancestors came from) and also, Italy and France. She has had solo shows both locally and in London, Scandinavia and Spain. ‘My work reflects a world of memory and dream. I am inspired by the natural world and how it touches us at a deeper level. I grew up in Cornwall - whose wild beauty is a strong influence as is the light and colour of Andalucia. My ancestors are from Cordoba, hence my name. I live and work in Cambridge; the ever-changing skies and flat watery strips of land are perfect for dreaming and reflecting. I am passionate about the process of painting - and work very intuitively building up layers of different materials, which can include plaster, paper and both acrylic and oil paint. I love playing with the tactile qualities of the materials and also the illusory aspects of painting. I find the process transformational and I really live each painting as I make it. The most exciting moment is when, and I can never quite predict when this will happen, a painting takes on a life of its own. l then have to surrender to it and let it take me where I need to go.'

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Rocky Coast Pacific North West

Out West

D


Prussia Cove

Morning Moorland

Rocky Coast

The Promise

Cornish Tides

Shoreline 2

Dissolving Country

D


Approaching Solstice

Fell

Dusk in the Moor

Dartmoor

Incoming Tide

Waterway

Shoreline 1

Evening Walk

D


ADRIENNE Adrienne paints in oils on canvas or linen and sometimes on silk or wood. “My latest work is abstract paintings suggesting land and seascapes. “It is imagination, it comes from nowhere and is not worked out in advance and decided upon in terms of content or shape or colour - it forms itself, the colours merge and it is allowed to be. I like the image to form itself as I start to work and build up layers of colour and shade. I am interested in painting in a seamless way avoiding lines and edges and even brush strokes. Lines and edges define things and influence how we perceive them so I like to remove any lines and edges by merging colour and form and so make suggestions to the viewer that might trigger a memory or feeling of somewhere or something. This smooth, seamlessness I think suggests a transience and so fluid subjects like air or skies or memories can be caught and held for our gaze. The work is about potential expressed in a non verbal language and because it is not prescriptive it is more open to allowing our own creative and emotional interpretation�

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Fine Sand

Ever Green

Inlet

D Original Art on canvas

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Dream Pool

Purple Sky

Original Art on canvas

Sea Air

Light Haze

Soft Land

Momentum

D 76


River Mouth

Soft Light

Original Art on canvas

Air of Intensity

Warm Lands

Velvet Land

Dream Light

D 77


PAUL B Paul specialises in contemporary semi-abstract seascapes and landscapes. The two themes are very different in mood, style and perspective, but all endeavour to generate a sense of intimacy and isolation while leaving the subject open to interpretation. The intention is to create from memory to produce finished work that is abstracted and more expressional than representational. Paul’s main aim is to create work that is most definitely painted; an antidote to mass produced visuals we consume everyday. This is accomplished by using rich textures, multiple layers and brush/palette knife marks. Paul wants his paintings to tease out more than the eye can see, to draw people in and invite them to experience – not just consume – an image.

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The Tempest Recedes

The Westward Seas

Under The Falling Sun 2

D Original Art on canvas

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Before the Wilds

Fall Away

Restless Past

The Abandonded Day

The Forgotten Mile

The Heavens Wept

D Original Art on canvas

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The Night is Now Behind Us I

The Night is Now Behind Us 2

The Plains

They Stole The Past

Unending

Yesterday Burns

D Original Art on canvas

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Night Drops

Atlantis Breaks

Twilight

The Sleeping Tides

Blazing Seas

The Tides Turn

D Original Art on canvas

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Beneath The Heavens

After the Storm

Scorched Skies

The Ocean Breaks

The Shallows

Ghost of Yesterday

D Original Art on canvas

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WILLIAM B Inspired by the old master, but retaining a very contemporary approach to the nude, William’s paintings are stunning in their exploration of the body, water and light. “I have always been inspired by the human figure and the effect light has upon it. I have used various ways of portraying the body such as dance, swimming and also boxing but it is the body itself that interests me rather than the activities in particular. It is the physicality of the form and the beauty of the athletic figure that makes me want to paint.” “I usually have an idea of how I want the painting to look but in some pieces the original idea moves into something else and I leave some of the older workings, the initial sketches and drawing, the structure as I love to leave that energy visible. I try to convey emotionally charged work using light and shadow as well as rich and contrasting colour. I want a level of realism but I also want to escape from the confines it can impose and react to the paint and image in a more expressive way.” William uses lots life drawing for reference but information and ideas come from all areas including films, books and magazines, which are all utilized to reinforce the imagery of the painting. Klimt, Bacon, Schiele, Leonardo Da Vinci, Caravaggio, Waterhouse are some of the artists that he has studied and that have had a great influence on his work.

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Emerald & Blue

9111

Emerald Diver

D

Rising II 85


Refractions

Swimmers Surfacing

9108

9114

9368

9112

9105

9059

D 86


9302

9118

9201

9298

9294

9417

9185

9203

D 87


EDWARD B Born January 1987. I have spent my life in the stunning surroundings of the Pembrokeshire National Park. I love to capture movement and take aspects of the natural environment: colour, atmosphere and mood and transfer those qualities into a visual form. The inspiration for my work encompasses both the physical and non-physical. I try to breathe life into my work to give the sensation of freedom and to demonstrate the beauty of the unaltered outside world, a world full of movement and colour.

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North Westerley

Headland Mist

Emerald Oceans

E Original Art on canvas

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Beginnings

Unforgiving Skies

Tomorrows Promise

Magenta Light

Crimson Rainstorm

Mixed Emotions

Dancing Light

Original Art on canvas

E 90


Autumnal Gales

Overwhelming Emotions

Sapphire Escape

Sweeping Embrace Barren Frontier

Original Art on canvas

E 91


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

F

Strata VI

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Breathe 3

No. 3

No. 4

F Strata I

Strata II

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

F

Strata III

95


Strata IV

Strata V

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

96


North Sea II Earth From The Air I

North Sea III

F Earth From The Air II

F

North Sea IV

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

97


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.

98


By York Gardens

Eyot Bridge

F Original Art on canvas

99


Caught in the middle

Corporation Islalnd

Original Art on canvas

The Eighth Bridge

Willow and Poplar

Eyot Bridge

F 100


Street View Rio

Spring Trees

Central Square

F Original Art on canvas

101


Babassu

Path Through the Jungle

Botanical I detail Botanical 1

Original Art on canvas

F 102


Subtropics 1

Pools at Iguassu

Original Art on canvas

Subtropics 2

Top of the Falls

F 103


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CITY, SEASCAPES, LANDSCAPES AND TRAVEL  

Wonderful art in a range of styles capturing both detailed and abstract scenes of cities, sea, land and travel. Commission any of the artist...

CITY, SEASCAPES, LANDSCAPES AND TRAVEL  

Wonderful art in a range of styles capturing both detailed and abstract scenes of cities, sea, land and travel. Commission any of the artist...

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