The Anatomy of Cloth by Caroline Allen

My work is a reflection of my ongoing exploration into the rich historical presence of drapery within art from antiquity to the present day. I use draped and folded fabrics as a means of visually articulating my research. As a motif, drapery's meaning is both provocatively alluring yet frustratingly elusive. These characteristics have led me to question how, if at all, drapery could be a signifier for the sublime... those inexplicable moments when we find ourselves blissfully lost for words. The Anatomy of Cloth, 2018 ultraHD Photo Print on Aluminium Dibond 120 x 160cm Only 1 Available. £20 Admin Fee.

£1,520.00

Flower Burst by Julia Baines

I love to work in strong colour bursts which shows the natural world at its best. 'Flower Burst' size A2 @ £300 (framed) (watercolour and ink) Only 1 Available. £20 Admin Fee.

£320.00

Blue Flowers by Julia Baines

I love to work in strong colour bursts which shows the natural world at its best. 'Blue Flowers' size A4 @ £175 (framed) (watercolour and ink) Only 1 Available. £20 Admin Fee.

£195.00

Samson & delilah by Dan Llywelyn Hall

Only 1 Available. £20 Admin Fee.

£1,420.00

“Over the Horizon” Photograph

A4 Glass/Wooden Clipped Frame, ready to hang. Only 1 Available. £20 Admin Fee

£95.00

Joseph Mee Hubbard by Paula Gabb

Paula Gabb was born in London and grew up and still remains living in Solihull near Birmingham West Midlands UK. Paula has been painting most of her life and now has the opportunity to follow her dreams of becoming a full time artist. Paula preferred medium is oils on canvas but she also enjoys the challenges of painting with other materials such as watercolours and acrylics. Paula is inspired by the beauty of the British countryside for her landscapes – occasionally populated by historic towns and cityscapes. Paula spends her time and focus in her local area with an interest in the history, local landscapes around Birmingham and the outlying regions Paula has also discovered the enjoyment of painting in abstract art as a form expressing the cityscapes, this does not attempt to represent an accurate depiction of a visual reality but instead use shapes, colours, forms and gestural marks to achieve its effect. Paula is delighted that she has been approached for a number of commissions for her art work including paintings in oils and watercolours. Oil painting is her passion as it has enabled her to express herself in ways that otherwise would not be possible due to having to deal with a lifelong lack of confidence with Dyslexic/Verbal Dyspraxia. Paula loves the ways the palette knife enables her to give a rich layered texture of the paint that lends a three dimensional aspect to the landscape that changes in different lighting. Only 1 Available. £20 Admin Fee

£320.00

Alien Cat by Jasmine

My subjects are symbolic and surreal, but not on the surface – more of an in-depth surrealism where I am pouring out my heart and imagination – things I’d like to see in real life but never materialise so I realise them through the medium of painting. I’m inspired by my own imagination, just me really, although there are artists I like. Bosch, Magritte, Dorothea Tanning. I tend to draw the image on canvas with a pencil, mainly from my own head, unless I’m drawing someone like Steve Allen (a 1950’s comedian and polyglot), when I used a photograph of him. Its very meticulous, because the images I realise are meticulous. There’s a lot of detail there, hidden objects and faces, reversals of reality. I think there is an enormous streak of humour in the works. I do have a surreal sense of humour. I like humorous things, so I think this is just going to come out in my work. I paint self portraits and usually in tandem with a cat or sometimes toy cats. I’m just obsessed with them; I love them. I think it’s an extension of myself. The “fluff factor”. They’re very eye-catching; they’re mesmerising with all this fluffiness. Not liking to depict cats straight. I “humanify” them in a nonsensical way, like Persita (a toy cat). I extend things. I start with a leopard dress on the cat and then go on to a leopard beehive and a leopard cloud in a leopard world. Or a half cat half me, which is probably what I am, anyway… Only 1 Available. £20 Admin Fee

£270.00

Beehive Yourself by Jasmine

My subjects are symbolic and surreal, but not on the surface – more of an in-depth surrealism where I am pouring out my heart and imagination – things I’d like to see in real life but never materialise so I realise them through the medium of painting. I’m inspired by my own imagination, just me really, although there are artists I like. Bosch, Magritte, Dorothea Tanning. I tend to draw the image on canvas with a pencil, mainly from my own head, unless I’m drawing someone like Steve Allen (a 1950’s comedian and polyglot), when I used a photograph of him. Its very meticulous, because the images I realise are meticulous. There’s a lot of detail there, hidden objects and faces, reversals of reality. I think there is an enormous streak of humour in the works. I do have a surreal sense of humour. I like humorous things, so I think this is just going to come out in my work. I paint self portraits and usually in tandem with a cat or sometimes toy cats. I’m just obsessed with them; I love them. I think it’s an extension of myself. The “fluff factor”. They’re very eye-catching; they’re mesmerising with all this fluffiness. Not liking to depict cats straight. I “humanify” them in a nonsensical way, like Persita (a toy cat). I extend things. I start with a leopard dress on the cat and then go on to a leopard beehive and a leopard cloud in a leopard world. Or a half cat half me, which is probably what I am, anyway… Only 1 Available. £20 Admin Fee

£1,020.00

The Nuragh by Frederic Orsini

I love and study Art in all its essences, and my work is inspired by that. I prefer illustrations, and really enjoy creating cartoons and comic strips to amuse my readers. Besides, I am fond of reinterpreting very famous artworks, and realising caricatures and portraits. I show my work to the public by digitising my drawing through Photoshop. 2 Available. £20 Admin Fee

£240.00

 

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