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Premium Art Brochure Spring 18

Art & 3D Wall sculpture TRADE BROCHURE

A huge range of Artwork with Pricing Can Be Viewed At

USING OUR WEBSITE BROCHURES We have a wide variety of artworks from original canvas paintings through to prints and sculpture available to view online, under our brochures section on our website.



Step 1: Go to Step 2: View individual artists pages in different price categories from Premium Art, Affordable Art, Mixed Media Editions, Photography and Prints under the brochures section. Step 3: Use our pricing matrix to price up artwork with ease. Step: Get in touch and let us know what your interested in or how we can help!


Luminaire Arts Ltd is a leading arts consultancy company and gallery space, found in the heart of Belgravia, 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 4

Price category’s (IA) to (F+) are listed below. Each artist's price category is shown in the bottom right hand corner of their pages. The sizes and prices shown below are to give an indication. Please ask for specific sizes to get a formal quotation. All prices shown are ex vat. Approx. sizes (cm)














SQUARE 60 X 60 70 x 70 90 x 90 100 x 100 120 x 120

£ 475 520 625 700 900

£ 600 650 795 875 1,125

£ 690 748 925 995 1,295

£ 795 860 1,100 1,150 1,500

£ 895 987 1,250 1,330 1,695

£ 1,050 1,137 1,450 1,530 1,975

£ 1,195 1,295 1,675 1,760 2,250

£ 1,395 1,495 1,925 1,995 2,595

£ 1,595 1,695 2,250 2,295 2,995

£ 1,825 1,985 2,500 2,675 3,450

£ 2,100 2,285 2,750 3,075 3,950

£ 2,395 2,595 3,375 3,495 4,550

£ 2,795 2,995 3,925 3,995 5,225

795 995 1,140 1,495 1,595 1,900

795 895 1,180 1,312 1,750 1,825 2,195

895 1,050 1,350 1,495 1,995 2,095 2,500

1,050 1,195 1,560 1,735 2,295 2,450 2,895

1,195 1,395 1,795 1,995 2,650 2,750 3,295

1,375 1,595 2,050 2,295 3,050 3,250 3,795

1,575 1,850 2,375 2,635 3,495 3,650 4,395

1,795 2,125 2,695 2,995 3,995 4,125 4,995

2,095 2,450 3,150 3,495 4,650 4,750 5,795

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525 675 750 1,000 1,050 1,250

595 777 862 1,150 1,200 1,450

695 892 992 1,322 1,395 1,650

For ‘Original Art’ you can choose to have the art you’ve selected created in the same colours, or simply specify the RAL colours you would like!

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ick’s interest in nature and ecology, but mostly his obsession with colour is what drives his artistic passions and so inspired by the natural world he has forged an international reputation for his distinguished work.


Painting directly to canvas with a limited palette of six pigments that of course, aligning himself with the French Impressionists, does not include black. Much like a water colourist he uses the white of the support to give luminosity below numerous layers of translucent colour glazes, he achieves the secondary and tertiary colours by successive layering.


Bearded Iris

C 7

Mountain Lake

Plumose Formation 2

Coastal Erosion

C 8


Landscape Erosion

C 9

NAT Nathaniel is an American visual artist working primarily in fine art photography and abstract mixed media. Nathaniel has a deep professional background in photography and the graphic arts and is the author of numerous photography books in worldwide distribution. With studios in Colorado USA and the Midlands of England, he specialises in creating distinctive fine art to decorate contemporary interiors.


Artingale IV


C Limited Edition hand embellished prints on paper or canvas


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Jacksons Whisper

Fortune & Fate

■ ■■i

Respect the Yellow Line

Vesuvius Iso

Limited Edition hand embellished prints on paper or canvas

C 12

Artingale IV

Taos Tiles

Plenetary Traveller Detail

Limited Edition hand embellished prints on paper or canvas

C 13


reativity 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



C+ 15


To Begin at the Beginning


Midnight Velvet



Wise and Wonderful 16

Age To Age





Meaningful Coincidences



Traces of Memory 17

JUDITH My recent work has been influenced by spending time in Cornwall and looking at the paintings of the St Ives artists, including Peter Lanyon. I have been using collage to experiment with creating a new dimension to the landscape, using line to give energy to, and to help capture the particular mood of, a place. I am continuing this idea with my work in paint on canvas too. In addition, I continue to draw from the figure, trying to keep the energy and essence of the pose. “These figures are not the hour long slog pursued in the academic life class, but have the feeling of imminent change and therefore truly ‘life'.” (Frank Low, Art Critic)


Flushing No. 1

Flushing No. 2

Cape Cornwall

Flushing No. 3

C+ Original Art on canvas


C+ Original Art on canvas


Winter Blues I

St Clements St Just I

Winter Blues II

St Ives St Just II



Winter Blues III

Original Art on canvas


Nude No. 3

Nude No. 4

Nude No. 2

Nude No. 1

Nude No. 6

Nude No. 5

Nude No. 7

C+ Original Art on paper or canvas


Nude No. 8

Nude No. 9

Nude No. 10

Nude No. 11

Nude No. 12

Nude No. 13

Nude No. 14

Nude No. 15

Original Art on paper or canvas

C+ 23

Nude No. 32

Nude No. 33

Nude No. 34

Nude No. 35

Nude No. 36

Nude No. 37

Original Art on paper or canvas

C+ 24

Nude No. 38

Nude No. 39

Nude No. 40

Nude No. 42

Nude No. 43

Nude No. 44

Original Art on paper or canvas

Nude No.41

Nude No. 45

C+ 25

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.


Monmouth Shoreline

Winter Dawn 2

Winter Dawn

C+ Original Art on canvas with gold leaf


Where East Meets West

Silent Gold Leaves

Silent Gold Leaves II

Original Art on canvas with gold leaf


C+ 28

Edge of Autumn 2016

Winter Moon

Rising Blood Moon

Original Art on canvas with gold leaf

Hunters Moon

C+ 29



ondon 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.


Copper No. 2

C+ 31

Brass No 2

Red No 1

Copper No 2


Gold No 2 32

Silver No 9 Silver No 10

Brass No 1

C+ 33



ati was born in Hong Kong, China in 1983 to an English Father and Australian Mother. She spent her early childhood in Shouson Hill on Hong Kong Island’s steep slopes and palm trees of Deep Water Bay. Her family moved to the UK for the majority of her education, with trips to Australia to indulge in family, culture and art, the relationship between the earth, the elements and expression being engraved at an early age. Mark making and creative expression being vital to existence. Aged 19, Kati moved to New York City where she worked with legendry designer Diane Von Furstenburg. She received her BA (Hons) from Ravensbourne College of Design & Communication in 2005 and later continued her study with The University of The Arts London. Following a diverse career as a fashion designer, she has worked for some of the world’s top luxury labels and international brands in London, New York and Asia. Her love of colour, combinations and expression intuitively draws her creative outlay to abstract painting. Kati moved from Brixton to Surrey in 2016 where she is part of the Studio 42 Collective, with whom she has started to exhibit and grow her practise.


Komoribi Green

C+ 35




Awaken Esme


Lava River


Komorebi Sunrise 36

Ophelia Series Part One

Sea Spray

Ophelia Series Part Two

Summer Komorebi

Ophelia Series Part Three

Ophelia Series Part Four


Red Square 37

EMMA F Emma works from her bright and cheerful studio in south west London. She mainly paint still life paintings with a quirky twist. She says of her work ” I am drawn to beautiful forms whether they are manmade or natural. My aim is to show my appreciation of the simple beauty of such objects by their sensitive portrayal in my paintings. In my work I'll often draw and paint the forms many times, scratching and scraping through to previous layers to create a broadly descriptive, but beautiful image. My aim is not to ‘copy' the object in paint, but rather to describe and celebrate what I see with mark making skills that have developed into my personal style as an artist.”


Blue Orchids

Geishas & Cranes

Geishas & Tulips

C+ Original Art on canvas


Swimming Upstream

Chinese Wine Jars

Original Art on canvas

One Fine Day in Richmond Park

Geishas & Parasols

Oriental Lilies

C+ 40



Original Art on canvas

Red Chilli Hidden Bird


C+ 41


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+ 43



ue 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 Wimbledon Art Studios and her home studio. 44

Coastal Hideaway


C+ 45

Golden Days



Into the Blue



C+ 46


C+ 47



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.


Wren’s Place

C+ 49

Houses of Parliament

Silver River


Muswell Hill

Tooley Street

C+ 50

Canonbury Rooftops

St Pancras Hotel

Votive Cathedral

St Paul’s

Threadneedle Street

C+ 51

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 Wabi-Sabi: 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.�


Space to Breathe Always Thinking


The Anatomy of Culture 18

D Original Art on paper or board with gold leaf



Always Thinking

Light Breeze

Light 2 Calming Times

Original Art on paper or board with gold leaf

D 54



Seeing From a Distance Flight of the Dove

Calming Times

Original Art on paper or board with gold leaf

Flying High

D 55



Misreading My Words

Out To Sea

Rising Waves Landscape

Rain on my Windowpane

Original Art on paper or board with gold leaf


D 56

No. 1

No. 2


The Storm

Dreamlike State

Space to Breathe

D Original Art on paper or board with gold leaf


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


Streams of Light

Tranquil Pools

To The Sea

D Original Art on canvas


Golden Summer Isles


Original Art on canvas

Pathways to the Sea

Setting Seas

Red Sands

Coastal Calm

D 60

A Summers Day

Light Across the Water

Original Art on canvas

Soft Spring Skies


Silver Cloud Lights

D 61

Summer Cloud Light

Late Skies

Original Art on canvas

Autumn Leaves

Tidal Light

Golden Skies

D 62

D Original Art on canvas


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.'


Rocky Coast Pacific North West

Out West


Prussia Cove

Morning Moorland

Rocky Coast

The Promise

Cornish Tides

Shoreline 2

Dissolving Country


Approaching Solstice


Dusk in the Moor


Incoming Tide


Shoreline 1

Evening Walk


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�

D 68

Fine Sand

Ever Green


D Original Art on canvas


Dream Pool

Purple Sky

Original Art on canvas

Sea Air

Light Haze

Soft Land


D 70

River Mouth

Soft Light

Original Art on canvas

Air of Intensity

Warm Lands

Velvet Land

Dream Light

D 71

RIKKE Beginning from research and intense conceptualising, Danish artist Rikke seeks the unknown mysteries in life. Considering all life forms and their basic similarities, she looks for balance in nature, and explores the light and the dark side of this organic process. In her artwork, Rikke invites the viewer for a journey through inner and outer spaces - to bring both worlds into balance and observe them. She transforms emotions into unpredictable forms in her abstract paintings. At the moment of painting, Rikke is not sure of what will finally happen on canvas, leaving it up to chance. This results in a spontaneous element of expression, going with the flow and exploring many possibilities of visualisation. Using a microscope to study cell structures, she is intrigued by the darker aspects of organic and cellular life.


Spinning 2 Heat Up


Spinning 1

D Original Art on canvas


New Beginning

Egg Stage

Deep Forest


Original Art on canvas

D 74

Under Pressure

Fairy Infatuation

Taking Over

Original Art on canvas

D 75

ANTONIO I imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination is endless. Antonio was born in Italy in 1965, both parents were Sicilian and he spent his early years in Italy, moving back to England at the age of 13. His family roots in Sicily influenced his taste in art and music bringing a broad spectrum of culture, light, colour and sound which are evident in his work today. For Antonio the link between art and music is intrinsic and the line between the two is blurred, he feels the music and paints his feelings. “I don't really know if I have an artist's statement or style, I don't really see the need. I love painting to music and I never know what I'm doing until I look at a blank canvas, and at that point the colours, music and inspiration hit me, and it all starts to flow. Art speaks for itself, especially abstract expressionism, why should I complicate things by expounding on how or why I do what I do? I paint what I paint based on how I feel, and I try to paint from my heart. I do my best to present movement, emotion, energy, and visual excitement. I never shy away from bold colours. Colour is life! Colours make people feel happy, and happiness is what life is all about.�


Etna Sloppy Blancmange

Bel Paese

D Original Art on canvas – with resin


Coffee & Cream I

Coffee & Cream II





Horizon Rising Sun

Orange Delight

D Original Art on canvas – with resin




You Could Be Happy

Original Art on canvas – with resin


What a Rush

D 79

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.


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


Gold Swallows over Morocco

3 White Porcelain Flowers

Porcelain sculpture - 3D wall art

Graphite Swallows

White Porcelain Flowers

One Gold Flower


D 82

Frayed Edge

White Swallows

Cut Edge

Three Swallows

Porcelain sculpture - 3D wall art

Side View of Cut Edges

D 83



aniez’s speciality lies in creating cutting-edge textiles that immediately transform any interior space - large or domestic in scale , contemporary or classic. Highly experimental and accomplished in approach, she uses a wide range of techniques including hand sewing, machine embroidery, beading, bonding, heating, dyeing, painting and digital printing. Kaniez produces innovative textile pieces which encompass Objects d'art, Lampshades, Wall Lighting, Digital Prints, Glass, Furniture, Cushions and Soft Furnishings. Kaniez commented, “I create textiles to be more like couture - exquisitely constructed and one-off . They are often made from unconventional materials and a plethora of construction methods which together create a luxurious, fashion-forward look and feel.”


Tarnished in Copper

D 85

Black Star

Tarnished in Silver

Cellular Wall Art

Apple Chandelier

Mother Pearl


Blossom 86

Ribbon Circle

D 87

ROSE With a background in architectural design, Rose has created a series of paintings called the ‘Indigo & Blue' series. These illustrate buildings, some of which are iconic, and the designing of these structures around core conceptual ideas. Each painting has a blue background which simulates the traditional paperbased reproduction of a technical drawing of the early 20th century. These prints were blue with white lined drawings. The size of each canvas is based on the ‘Golden Rectangle'. This is an idealised proportion where the ratio of the longer side to the shorter is the golden ratio used for millennia which is pleasing to the eye and works on the proportion of phi = 1.6180339887.


Stripes Antique Rose

None More Black Parallel 30 Grid 10 Blue Orange

Grid 5 Blue Red Green

Brushed Copper White

Stripes Chakra

Original Art on canvas

D 89

Brushed Copper White

Stripes Purple Lips

Original Art on canvas

Stripes Red Pink

Stripes Gold & Gold Leaf

Stripes the Redhead

D 90

Stripes White on Clay

Stripes Lace & Leather

Stripes White on White

Original Art on canvas

D 91

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.


The Tempest Recedes

The Westward Seas

Under The Falling Sun 2

D Original Art on canvas


Before the Wilds

Fall Away

Restless Past

The Abandonded Day

The Forgotten Mile

The Heavens Wept

D Original Art on canvas


The Night is Now Behind Us I

The Night is Now Behind Us 2

The Plains

They Stole The Past


Yesterday Burns

D Original Art on canvas


Night Drops

Atlantis Breaks


The Sleeping Tides

Blazing Seas

The Tides Turn

D Original Art on canvas


Beneath The Heavens

After the Storm

Scorched Skies

The Ocean Breaks

The Shallows

Ghost of Yesterday

D Original Art on canvas


ANASTASIA The relationships between surface, colour, form and space are the main elements of my art. Inspired by abstract expressionism and minimalism my ideas aim to display painting as pure abstraction and solely about surface, colour and medium. This has been influenced through the way artists challenged whether there should be any association with representation and visual imagery, focusing purely on materials, process and form, the connection between the artist, the viewer, the artwork and it’s surrounding. These elements are important in the development and practice of the way each painting is thought out creating individuality and personality. The layers, thickness, colour combinations and the way in which the paint is applied to create the surfaces are essential in determining the outcome of the works. Colour combinations, size of shapes and the two types of surfaces are carefully considered and made through a process of intuition. This creates harmony, balance and sometimes discord engaging the viewer to have this experience. Chance and risk of the process contradicts the meticulous precise outcome of the paintings. The square shape expresses purity, the nonrepresentational and total abstraction of colour, shape and texture.


Burnt Umber Small Squares

D Original Art on canvas


Magenta Submarine

Prussian Blue with Neutral Grey

Original Art on canvas

Permanent Green with Cadmium Light Yellow

Prussian Blue, Bleached Titanium with Yellow Ochre

Burnt Umber with Yellow Oxide

Emerald Green and Scarlet Orange With Cadmium Deep Hue 3

D 100

Neutral Grey with Deep Red Gloss

D Original Art on canvas


MARCUS Marcus is a contemporary artist and painter, living and working in London. ​Marcus’ paintings are a series of process led works. He uses a combination of layering, distressing and blending to build a multifaceted surface, adding a sense of depth and drama to the work. Marcus comes from a design background and has evolved his practice through mixed media, sculpture and jewellery design. He brings his experiences from previous practices to enrich his new works. The results are vibrant, energetic paintings with exciting sculptural elements. He has commissioned works for private homes, hotels and commercial spaces including being involved in a number of exhibitions.



D Original Art on canvas


Destination 01

Destination 02

Destination 03

Destination 04

D Original Art on canvas


Tilt 02

Destination 05

Destination 06

D Original Art on canvas




nspired 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. 106

Emerald & Blue


Emerald Diver


Rising II 107


Swimmers Surfacing







D 108









D 109

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.


Alive II

Alive V



E Original Art on canvas or paper


E Original Art on canvas or paper


Down to Earth

Earth Skin

Original Art on canvas or paper


Land of Planty

E 113

Enlightment Series IV

E Original Art on canvas or paper



Floating Atmosphere

Original Art on canvas or paper



E 115



acramé creating a fine balance of contemporary and heritage design infused into collections that will captivate the room. In the spirit of the intrepid British explorers, we traverse the globe in search of the wonderful and unique. Caroline periodically introduce artworks inspired by an explored country, taking in that region’s finest traditional design and translating it into our own uncommon style. Trained in textile design, Caroline first learned the skill of Macramé much earlier than her university days, from her Grandmother. The average artwork will be composed of thousands of knots, all hand tied.




Narrow Path




E 117



y recent works lean more towards abstract expressionism than my earlier works. With these paintings I am concerned more with conveying the feeling and emotions as opposed to an accurate representation of the physical form. Although I am using the human form to express this, these are not portraits.

For me, colours carry energy and I feel charged when surrounded by intense colour. We are surrounded by energy and vibrations and as individuals we all emit this at varying frequencies. You sometimes hear the sayings ‘you’re looking very vibrant’ or ‘I’ve got a bad vibe’ or ‘my spirit just don’t take to this person…’ or many words spoken that make reference to the aura/ spirit/ vibe/ energy of an individual. This is what I am trying to capture and convey through my paintings The movement in my paintings symbolise the life flow that moves within and surrounds us.


Energy Facade

Dispelling the Myth

E Original Art on canvas


First Gift

Head Space

E A Original Art on canvas


Subliminal Data Purge

Fire & Serenity


E A Original Art on canvas


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.


North Westerley

Headland Mist

Emerald Oceans

E Original Art on canvas



Unforgiving Skies

Tomorrows Promise

Magenta Light

Crimson Rainstorm

Mixed Emotions

Dancing Light

Original Art on canvas

E 124

Autumnal Gales

Overwhelming Emotions

Sapphire Escape

Sweeping Embrace Barren Frontier

Original Art on canvas

E 125

LAURA B Laura is a London based Italian artist. She studied painting in Venice at the Academy of Fine Art and sculpture at TAM Art Metal-Working School in Pietrarubbia (Pesaro-Urbino), Italy, supervised by sculptor Arnaldo Pomodoro. The tendency towards nothingness is inexorable and universal and even the things that have corporeity not have an illusion of stability. As things start to transform become more irregular and interesting. Nothing that exists is free of imperfections, and everything is in a constant state of becoming or dissolving. When things are close to non-existence become naturally more delicate and evocative. In my work, I am intrigued to see how science and art are connected; I try to strike a balance between painting, collage and installation. It revolves around the concept of Wabi-Sabi, transformation, time and connections. In my recent paintings I worked from a mix of papers and my own photographs, either transcribed intact or altered to create a new composition. Through the painting process I try gently to heighten the qualities in the picture that first caught my attention.


Blue Shikan Inside Part One


E Original Art on canvas




Inside Part 2

Original Art on canvas

E 128

Blue Velvet


Cairn B


Original Art on canvas

E 129

ISOBEL I sobel 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.


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

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E 13

E 133

Ruffles Twin


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

E 134

E 135

Murmerations Make a Wish


Loose porcelain leaves


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

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E 137



was raised at the foot of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, where the history and lore of the gold and silver mines gave me an early understanding of metal. Over the past 17 years, I've been refining a technique combining the ignitive force of casting with the delicacy of weaving to create woven bronze sculptures that evoke both literal and emotional interpretation. I sculpt each base in wax and then cast them into bronze. I then weld spines to the base and weave the thin bronze wire, and sometimes beads or other objects, around the spines. After the weaving is complete, a patina is applied. Sometimes the shapes that emerge are extremely deliberate, while other times they evolve during the process of creating them. Combining bronze casting and weaving connects me to some of the most ancient human activities, and offers a way of lending grace and movement to bronze.






Bronze Wall Sculpture






Bronze Wall Sculpture

E 140

Queen of the Night


Bronze Wall Sculpture

Romantic Storms


Tempest Storms

E 141

RALUCA Raluca was born on 9 December 1980 in Cluj-Napoca city, which is situated in the heart of Transylvania, a region with a rich political and cultural life even since ancient times. After she graduated from the High-School of Art “R. Ladea”, in the autumn of 1999, she enrolled at the University of Visual Arts and Design “Ion Andreescu” from Cluj, where she studied Painting for six years; this period of her life played a decisive role in her formation as an artist. The next two years following the graduation from the university she taught Painting and Drawing at a school in Cluj, which was a good opportunity for her to acquaint with the spontaneity of children’s creations and their magic universe. She moved to Rome and recently in Naples where she now lives and works.



E Original art on Perspex or canvas


The Window


Rocks & Flowers

Indian Dream

The Shell

Golden Wave



E Original art on Perspex or canvas


Stay with Me I


Stay with Me II

The Fantasy Traveller

Stay with Me III


E Original art on Perspex or canvas


DOVILE “Nature plays a particularly important role in my life. I am fascinated by its richness of colours and extraordinary diversity of shapes. As an artistic person, I take in everything I see and find around me. I am a horse rider and horse riding has always been my guide and prism through which I observed the nature around me. Whether I ride through the woods of England, the hills of France or the plains of Lithuania - I always find the same universal beauty of nature. It was this obsession that made me choose gold gilding in hopes that using one of the most expensive natural metals on earth, would help me express my idealized vision of nature.�


8 Fluffs of the Sow Thistle Cloud Number Nine

Birth of the Planet Earth

E+ Original Art on canvas with gold leaf



Abundance II

Abundance I

Mountains at Night

His Heart

Stolen Dreams

Original Art on canvas with gold leaf

E+ 148





Original Art on canvas with gold leaf

E+ 149



y portfolio is always 'work in progress' whether creating (art) observing (sketches) or on commissions (projects). Having graduated with a BA (Hons) Fine Art, I chose to take an extended sabbatical from sugar tints, soft grounds, solarisation and f-stops to concentrate on getting a proper job. However a career in design and production, whilst allowing me within reason to indulge in creative fantasies, never really fully satisfied my artistic appetite. So back full-circle from where I started.. Returning to be a full-time artist, to use my talents as a photographer, print-maker and collagist in an attempt to create images that resonate and appeal.


Pictures of the Floating World - Blondie

No Peeking

E+ Playboy Playgirls


House of Cards I

House of Cards II




See No Hear No Speak No

E+ 152

Essential Reading

Shared Reading

From Where I’m Standing

Rolling Stone

Desire to Please


Madam Butterfly 153

Boudoir I

Boudoir IV

Boudoir II

Boudoir III

Hear No

Manga VI

E+ 154

Manga I

Manga II

Reclining See No

Manga VI


Ukiyo 155



ernando 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


Mundo Sailing


E+ 157




The Sleep of Reason


Moving 158


Light Behind Voices

E+ 159

Distant Light


Moving Shadows 160

Travelling Trees




Light Behind Voices 161

MICHELLE M Michelle's art is work of elegant simplicity which, in itself, is the first of many seductions into an engagement with a complex network of tensions. The work is bedded in the clear space between opposites; the movement captured in stillness; the fragility and ephemerality of nature captured in the strength and permanence of industrial, man made materials; inexorable freedom within the clinically defined limitations of space. Whilst utilising symbols found in nature that have a timeless constancy, the methods and media used are innovative applications of contemporary industrial materials subtly handled, so that even the closest scrutiny give almost no intimation of their origins. This play between the timeless and the immediate is at the heart of Michelle's work. However tranquil the order of the instant may seem it cannot segregate itself from the underlying chaos of nature and it is into this engagement with chaos that we are lured, so unassumingly, by the captivating simplicity of order.


Ginkgo Circle Seed 1

Seed 2

E+ Metal woven 3D wall sculpture


Seed 1

Seed 3

Metal woven 3D wall sculpture


Seed 4

The Consent Maple

E+ 164

Love, Loss and Separation

Held - Still Life 2


E+ Metal woven 3D wall sculpture


JOSEPH S oseph 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



Little Black Dress

E+ Hand cut paper 3D wall art



Map of the Heart

Hard Target

Hand cut paper 3D wall art


Butterfly Ball

E+ 168


E+ Hand cut paper 3D wall art


LAURA F Laura earned her BFA in Painting in her native United States from the State University of New York. It was here she studied with abstract expressionist Joop Sanders, friend and apprentice of Willem de Kooning, and with Hudson River Valley artist, Alex Martin. She continued her studies in textile design at the Fashion Institute of Technology, New York and earned her MA Fine Art at Middlesex University, London. She remains active with artist communities, exhibitions and associations in the United Kingdom, Europe and in the United States. Laura currently lives and works in London, is a GOLDEN Artist Educator and is art curator


Serenity Triptych

E+ Original Art on canvas


Before the Storm

Blush 2




Black Thunder

E+ Original Art on canvas


West Wind Current

White Shadows Indian Summer

Original Art on canvas

E+ 173

Red Agate 1


Red Agate 2

E+ Original Art on canvas



Lost City

In Pursuit of Gold

The Rockery

Fire & Ice


Original Art on canvas

E+ 175



arc was born in Neuilly sur Seine, France, in 1964. Growing up in Paris, he began playing the flute at a young age and went on to train as a concert musician at the Paris Conservatoire. However while music, with its foundation of tone and composition, provided him the means for expression, it would ultimately be in painting that he found his creative voice. Continuing to study and refine his craft, Marc first saw his work exhibited in Boston in 1987. The next year, he moved to New York City, where he began work on a series of figurative, large-format oil paintings on canvas. Born out of this exploration, his style began to evolve into looser and more abstracted narratives that often combined landscape with figuration. He also began to experiment with different materials and techniques. His resulting process of applying paint with trowels and knives onto wood panels marked the beginning of a new direction in the artist’s work. From 1990 until 2010, Marc remained in New York and exhibited extensively in galleries in Los Angeles, Boston, San Francisco, New York, and Paris, establishing a collector base. Marc currently lives is London where his primary studio is located and divides his time between New York City and the south of France. His works are in the private collections worldwide.


Au Dessus Des Colines Crepuscule Des Dieux


Crepuscule Des Dieux Suzo No. 2 177

Vent Des Sables


Maree Haute

Ear, Mer et Soleil

Soleil Du Desert

Gout Dete 01

Lueure Rose

E+ 178

Esprit Vague

Pleine Lune 01

Wherever The Light is


Spring 01 179

Blue Velvet


Cairn B





E+ 180

Une Montage Blanche with Layers

Pleine Lune Cathedrale


Mont Bouquet with Layer

Suzon 02 with Layers


Sentier Per Du 4 Colours

E+ 181



studied painting at Chelsea School of Art in London and graduated in 1977 with a degree in Fine Art. I began my career as a print colourist and then concentrated on animation, working on many commercials, television series and feature films, including the animated sequences in the biographical film about Beatrix Potter, ‘Miss Potter’. In recent years, I have returned to painting, specialising in portrait work and in particular, horses: drawing and painting horses has been a passion of mine since childhood. I have always been intrigued by their beauty and spirit. I prefer to meet the horses before I begin to paint them, (from a photograph either I or the owner has taken) so that I can get to know them and reveal their individual character in the portrait. I paint in a traditional style, in oils, building up layer upon layer, as if I were sculpting them in three dimensions.



E+ 183

Bon Chic du Lez Close up 1

Bon Chic du Lez

Bon Chic du Lez Close up 2

E+ 184

Dartmoor Ponies Lez

E+ 185

JENNIFER Jennifer is a mixed media artist whose is influenced by the mapping of the journeys and layering of memories, she has made both living and working in many countries abroad. 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 the 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!” Jennifer's paintings can only be truly appreciated when seen in person. In print, it is impossible to capture the spectacular and unique 3-dimensional effect of Jennifer's paintings integrated with earth pigments, oils, resin and gold leaf.



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


Breathe 3

No. 9

No. 3

No. 6

Original Art on canvas – hand embellished in gold leaf and resin

No. 4

De Terre II

De Terre III

F 188

De Terre IV

De Terre V

De Terre I De Terre VI

Original Art on canvas – hand embellished in gold leaf and resin

De Terre VII

F 189

Earth From The Air I Storm II

Earth From The Air II

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


North Sea II Quarry III

North Sea III

Quarry IV North Sea IV

Original Art on canvas – hand embellished in gold leaf and resin

F 191


ate explores the limits of geometric and optical abstraction through the use of colour, repetition, sequence and distortion. Surfaces are created which fold inward and lie on various angles, occupying and enlivening physical space. As the viewer moves around the work, the form, shapes and shadows alter, creating a sense of distortion and surprise. The three-dimensional nature of her paintings aid in obscuring the rules of fixed, consecutive arrangements, generating a sense of unease by creating broken and fragmented shapes whilst in a uniform composition. An endless battle between systems and disorder, structure and chaos echo throughout her practice. Focussing on an aesthetic and optical effect, her work transcends the obsession with 'meaning' in contemporary art. Emphasising the materiality or the 'thingness' of three dimensional structures, she is not only drawing on and combining different disciplines but she is advocating a renewed appreciation of the experience of 'substance' in the experience of art. The whimsical titles such as, 'I Can't Afford The Luxury of Personal Boundaries', and 'My Apology is From The Heart', contrast the striking precision and sensory impact of the work, and play upon the contemporary viewer’s instinct to search for meanings or significances attached to profound objects.


I Told You I’d Shoot But You Wouldn’t Believe Me.

This is My Song Rachel, Not Our Song. What Happens if Nothing Happens


Society Doesn’t Need to Know Who I Am

You Knew What This Way


There Are No Blank Spaces on Maps Anymore

I Cant’ Afford the Luxury of Personal Boundaries

This is the First Time I Saw Your Face


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.


Street View Rio

Spring Trees

Central Square

F Original Art on canvas



Path Through the Jungle

Botanical I detail Botanical 1

Original Art on canvas

F 198

Subtropics 1

Pools at Iguassu

Original Art on canvas

Subtropics 2

Top of the Falls

F 199

MALAIKA Malaika was born in Nairobi in 1990. As a child, her parents' work for an international financial institution meant that she moved frequently between countries - initially relocating from Kenya to Canada, and later to the United States, India, the Cote d'Ivoire and France. She gained a sense of stability in the midst of this hectic upbringing by developing an interest in art, first piqued by her grandfather, a self-taught painter. Having completed her secondary education in Paris, she moved to London to study Fine Arts at Goldsmiths. The prevailing ‘laissez-faire' philosophy at the art-school, one that encouraged its students to experiment artistically, was embraced by Malaika as a welcome change from the rigid French education system. It was at Goldsmiths that she had a breakthrough moment after peeling off a piece of dried acrylic paint from her shoe. Realising that she had found a novel way of working with paint, she set about deliberately producing dried acrylic to incorporate directly into her art. Currently, acrylic is the only medium that Malaika uses. By peeling, tearing or cutting the paint after it has dried, Malaika is able to create ‘acrylic leaf' that can be layered on to a surface similarly to gold leaf; it is a recurring motif in many of the works on display in this exhibition. Once produced, the acrylic leaf is stuck on to canvas - a technique inspired by the work of Wangechi Mutu, a Brooklynbased Kenyan artist perhaps best known for her large-scale collages. Malaika cites her as being a formative influence, an artist who has expanded her own appreciation of the artistic merits of collage



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Raw Composition 1

Raw Composition 2 Pliant Pigment

F Original Art on canvas with textured oil


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 TempestRadford, 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.


Circulus LL Circulus I

Circulus II (close up)

F+ Metal sculpture - 3D wall art


Quadrant I

Quadrant I (detail)

Metal sculpture - 3D wall art

Circulus VI

Bronze Panel with Black Detail

F+ 204

Circulus I

F+ Metal sculpture - 3D wall art


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.


Blue Swirl Series 1 Alchemicana

Blue Swirl

Black and White Swirls

POA Original Art on canvas


Blue Swirl on Purple Blue Swirl Series 1

Continuity 2

Original Art on canvas


Blue Swirl Series 2


POA 208


Four Light Swirls

Original Art on canvas


Four Blue Swirls

Lurking Circle


POA 209

Orange Figure

Silver Swirls 1

Original Art on canvas

Orange Swirls

Silver Swirls 2

Twinkle at Large

Silver Swirls 3

POA 210

Restructuring Swirls Series 1

Restructuring Swirls Series 5

Original Art on canvas

Restructuring Swirls Series 2

Restructuring Swirls Series 11

Restructuring Swirls Series 4

Rounded Swirls

POA 211



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.


De Luz Denue Frozen


Show Me

Original Art on canvas or paper



Lo Inesperado

Luz Neon



Original Art on canvas or paper


No. 1

No. 3

Original Art on canvas or paper

No. 2

Siglo XIX

POA 215

Waiting For You

Last Chance

Original Art on canvas or paper


Hello Mia

POA 216


Rojo Italia


POA Original Art on canvas or paper


AMANDA Amanda was born in Cornwall in 1957 and has lived there for much of her life. She left to take her degree at Goldsmiths College, London University, but her work is essentially involved with wild places and so she was drawn back to her county. In 1986 she left Cornwall to spend ten years on San Juan Island in the Pacific Northwest of America, working from the dramatic landscapes of islands, mountains and water. Further travels have taken her north to Alaska and south as far as New Zealand. Her work reflects a particular fascination with plants as they grow in their native environment, and rocks shaped by wind and water. Both birds and insects are included in her work as they are an integral part of her wild garden, itself a part of her working process. Throughout her career Amanda Richardson has shown in galleries and worked to commission. Her work varies in scale from pieces suited to domestic interiors to works on a grand scale for public buildings. The first major commission was in 1979 in conjunction with the Royal School of Needlework. This was an embroidered fabric collage 9' x 7' to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the Bath family at Longleat House. American clients include Boeing, Universities of Alaska and Washington State, BASF, Waldorf Astoria, Marriott Hotels, Hilton Hotels. Amanda has had one-man exhibitions across America from New York to California as well as maintaining long-standing relationships with galleries in America and Britain.


Cascading Iris

Alaskan Iris Clifftop Iris

Iris Garden

POA Textile embroidery – 3D wall art


Aurelian Lilies

Bluebells & Herbs

Evening Sunlight

Cornfield Flowers

Textile embroidery – 3D wall art

Clifftop Tulips

POA 220

Golden Grasses

Island Garden

Pear Point

Textile embroidery – 3D wall art

Peonies & Pansies

Silver Lilies

POA 221

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.


Small Kernel

POA Paper sculpture – 3D wall art


Magic Circle


POA Paper sculpture – 3D wall art



Cell Cloud Cut Stem

Paper sculpture – 3D wall art

POA 225



am interested in the way a model or plan can simplify our perception, and can evoke in us a sense of potential and possibility. One less focused upon the end result and more concerned with reinvention and growth. Currently I am working with both porcelain and paper, producing an ongoing series of small scale sculptures, and a series of embossed collagraph prints. These works explore spacial composition; the interplay of form and space, and their interaction with the environment through light. I choose simple materials, used in their raw state, that have the sensitivity to record process and change. I employ direct methods of making, and derive forms from basic geometrics of circles and squares. This provides order, and an austerity with which to establish opposing relationships, with the aim of finding a unity within the whole. My works in sculpture are constructed from planes of white porcelain clay. These remain separate and are slotted together after firing to construct a three dimensional form. Simplicity is balanced by the complex spaces created through the influence of the intersecting planes upon one another.






16-145 227

No 26

No 27

No 29

No 28


No 31 228




POA 229

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.


Destruction no6

Destruction no20

Destruction No14

POA Metal sculpture – 3D wall art


Creation is Destruction Gold Axe No. 1

Creation is Destruction New Gold 1

Metal sculpture – 3D wall art

Creation is Destruction Gold Axe No. 3

Creation is Destruction New Gold 2

Destruction no5

POA 232

Creation is Destruction

POA Metal sculpture – 3D wall art


Destruction Copper 1

Destruction Copper 2

Destruction Oxidized 1

Metal sculpture – 3D wall art

Destruction Colour 5

Destruction 27

POA 234

Destruction Black No.23

Destruction Black No.28

Creation is Destruction - Titanium Steel

Destruction Black

POA Metal sculpture – 3D wall art


Copper No 15

Copper No 11

Copper No 16

POA Copper sculpture – 3D wall art


Copper No 10

Copper No 13

Copper No 3

Copper No 5

Copper sculpture – 3D wall art

Copper No 6

POA 237

SANDRA “All creativity is based on destruction, the metamorphosis of one thing into another, the end of one entity or state, out of which emerges another' - Pablo Picasso Sandra's new body of work, comprises of arrangements of smashed fragments of vintage bone china teaware, Russian Lomonosov porcelain figurines, Spanish Lladro and Nao porcelain ballerinas or German bisque Kaiser nude figurines, dating back to the 1940s, 50s and 60s. In Sandra's creative recklessness, there is a comprehensive logic to her deliberate madness. Broken references bravery and courage, rebuilding, after devastation. Like rebuilding yourself after a broken love. ‘I see great beauty in vulnerability and fragility, in truth that is how we reveal ourselves and really connect' Sandra states, in a society seeking an image of perfection, Broken has no flimsy facades. Smashing crockery is, after all, a time-honoured feature of the lovers' row. ‘Breakage and fractures are part of the chance and fate of human life, part of our personal history.' When Sandra has looked back on love that has disintegrated, and reflected on the times when she has felt ‘shattered', she has realised that the splintered fragments of herself have come back together to create something more fantastical, better than before. Sandra has found inspiration in the Japanese art of Kintsugi, in which broken bowls were repaired with beautiful golden joins, so fashionable in the 17th century, that people were accused of deliberately smashing valuable pottery so it could be remade in this manner. Collecting is an integral part of Sandra's practice with a continuous search for her handpicked treasures, destined to be broken. Her calculated disintegration and simultaneous resuscitation of these inanimate objects is bewilderingly beautiful. Mesmerising almost, as your eye is drawn to the dynamics of so many shards of protruding porcelain resting on one another, committed to rebuilding with the broken shards one by one in a series of dramatic and positively innovative works. The final configuration becomes a powerful, extraordinary, luxurious and profoundly complex form, with an intricate, attractive spill of decadent colours and splintered shapes.

Price guide - 1m x 1m - £20,000 238

Broken Series in situ

POA Porcelain sculpture – 3D wall art


Morning Moorland

A Lighter Shade of Smashed Pale Pink


Porcelain sculpture – 3D wall art

POA 240

Bold as Love

Broken but still In Love

Distorted Perception

Porcelain sculpture – 3D wall art

POA 241

Careless, Careful, Caring

I Love You, You're Perfect

Precariously in Love

Porcelain sculpture – 3D wall art

POA 242

Support and Challenge

Reassembled Incompletely but Meticulously

Porcelain sculpture – 3D wall art

POA 243

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.�


City of Parts



POA Mixed media sculpture – 3D wall art


Pattern of Red, Yellow, Blue

Junction 14

We Couldn't All Be Wrong

Master Plan

Mixed media sculpture – 3D wall art

Master Plan 31


Invisible City

POA 246

Code Garden #1

Code Garden #2

Marble Arch

Mixed media sculpture – 3D wall art


White Eliptal

POA 247

PETR Petr is an artist specialising in remarkable contemporary art pieces created in ceramic, concrete and metals. Son of a Czech emigre born in England, Petr trained as a graphic designer before following his muse and dedicating himself to ceramics at Central Saint Martin's in 2001. Petr finds inspiration from his past, present and how he perceives himself in the world. This predominantly breaks down into a fascination in people, psychology and our inherent interactions. Also and equally weighted the allure of ‘mother nature', boasting her plethora of mathematical patterns; in imperfect perfection. Each art piece transforms, magnifies and captures a complex blend of philosophy, emotion and self-reference. The works are striking and deceptively simple upon first glance, growing in complexity over refection revealing narratives within. Petr Weigl's works can be found the world over. Exhibiting on the international art fair circuit, his works are commissioned and purchased by private collectors, commercial institutions, and art enthusiasts.



Contour Continental Cold Cast Bronze


POA Porcelain sculpture – 3D wall art


Contour Continental

Contour Ravine Erosion

Erosion in Grey Contour Continental

Contour Continental

POA Porcelain sculpture – 3D wall art


Flossom Flow


Flossom detail

Flutter detail

Porcelain sculpture – 3D wall art

Flutter commission

POA 251

ANNE From the moment we are born we love movement - be it clouds drifting across the sky or leaves gently swaying with the summer breeze. Kinetic Mobiles bring movement, creating a piece of art that with a hint of a breeze changes form. Although most kinetic mobiles are made from metals and plastic, I prefer the versatility that polymer clay allows me, the possibilities are endless: colours, translucents, shimmers, inks the list goes on. Once baked polymer clay is hardy and long lasting. Each piece is sanded with several different grits, waxed and buffed. Kinetic mobiles are art in motion and a definite must for any home. Creating mobiles that balance perfectly, is an art in patience and focus, completely rewarding when the end result is achieved.


Mac Nab White

POA Polymer kinetic hanging sculpture


Burgundy and Gold Swirl

Modern in Black

Shades of Grey Laced Leaf

Modern in White

Modern Abstract

POA Polymer kinetic hanging sculpture


Mac Nab Blue

POA Polymer kinetic hanging sculpture


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.


Round 1 Abstract 5

Colour Abstract 2

POA Porcelain sculpture – 3D wall art


Triptych II

Hall Colour Abstract 1

Porcelain sculpture – 3D wall art

Colour Abstract 3

Colour Abstract 6

POA 258


POA Porcelain sculpture – 3D wall art




n all my work I am interested in following a very simple system which is devised prior to execution and cannot be deviated from during the course of production. There is an abandonment of colour, of gesture, of the expressive, and instead I instate an almost mechanistic methodology that minimises the decision making process and emphasises a systemic approach. In this respect the work can be seen more as a result, bounded by a set of rules as opposed to something derived from an intuitive, responsive operation. There is a meditative aspect to the work, the repetition of a singular form or action synonymous with some mantra, yet this repetition equally feeds into a minimalist convention, where industrial conformity and a stark mathematical edge underpin each piece. Although aesthetically, the work appears almost machined, they are very much hand made objects, obsessively laboured and crafted. I am attempting with each piece to follow through the process as accurately as possible, however, there are invariably "mistakes" present. This presence of the human acts to undercut the implicit abandonment of any expressive or gestural mark making. One is thrown into relief by the other. The work occupies a space between this pure, reductive detachment of authorship, and an acknowledgement of the hand made. 260

Axis No. I

Axis No. II


Axis No. III 261






POA 262


Tangent No. 1


Tangent No. 2 263



eramic 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. 264


Reflection 7

POA 265



Gallery 4


Gallery 9

Reflection 7

Gallery 6

Gallery Pixel 3


Gold Enamel 267

Hand painted Feature Wall

Gold Enamel 3

White Gloss

POA 268

Gallery 1

Gold Enamel

Gallery 3


Platinum 269



rthur was born in New Jersey and studied at the School of Visual Arts (SVA) in Manhattan, New York City - widely considered to be one of the leading art schools in the United States. His artistic heroes are the sculptor Rodin and photographer Edward Weston. Arthur is inspired by natural beauty - pure and unadorned as nature intended and this informs his beautiful studies. His journey quite simply is 'through the heart'.


A Personal View 1

A Personal View 4

A Personal View 11

A Personal View 7

A Personal View 12

POA Silver Gelatin limited edition prints


Arum Lily

Stormy Weather 1

Double Arum Lily

Stormy Weather 9

Stormy Weather 6


Poppies 1

Stormy Weather 2

Parrott Tulip 5



Silver Gelatin limited edition prints


The Muse 1

Timeless 1

Timeless 3

The Muse 15

Timeless 2 Timeless 7

Silver Gelatin limited edition prints


Timeless 4 273

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Luminaire Arts Ltd 19, Grosvenor Place Belgravia, London, SW1X 7HT

0207 101 5070

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