Curently Browsing: Artwork in-situ
Peter Evans had a solo show and journal article in 2019 with an interview at Oliver Spencer clothes store in London. Read the interview here. Peter also took part in a residency at Palazzo Monti in Italy in March, following which, he participated in a group show in April.
As artist Nicola Wiltshire said recently, it really completes the journey to see a piece in its final home.. I couldn’t agree more.. it’s super inspiring to see images of work in their final collector homes. I thought you might like to see some too.. PS – If you have any images of art purchased through […]
Zoe Hoare’s Stages of Working Stage 1: I made a large paper wall relief out of Fabriano Paper. Everything that was cut was then re-attached to the wall Stage 2: I photographed this and printed the image with an industrial-sized printer. I cut back into this, cutting everything out that was orginally cut out in […]
This year Orlanda Broom has been super busy completing a major outsized commission (4m x 4m) – a painting entitled ‘Manna Hata’, (the old name for Manhattan) specially commissioned for the lobby of the Four Seasons Hotel in New York. You can view Orlanda discussing this piece in this video. The Four Seasons have a […]
NEW COLLABORATION The Humber Estuary provides me with a huge source of inspiration and ideas for my paintings. Because of this interest I have been invited to collaborate with Beverley Museum and Art Gallery for a show on The Humber. The show will be in May 2017 to coincide with Hull as the City of […]
(above) Keren Luchtenstein’s ‘Princess Shoes’ painting in Paul Smith’s flagship store New York.
Tim Smith exhibited 40 of his works from the past few years in his Solo Show at East Riding Open Studios in October. 3 Back Lane, Skerne, Driffield Read more here. “My work is driven by a fascination with the changing world, contemporary culture and the history of art. These are often mixed together in what […]
Willett’s paintings are visually mesmerizing, tonal paintings that emerge from what seems like an endearing and hopeful obsessive compulsion – a visual ambiguity is manifest. The finished effect is like watching continually moving shoals of fish or swarming insects. Sara Willett’s paintings are held in collections in the UK and throughout the world, and her […]
“I have been breaking down appearances in a portrait by exploring the abstract quality of paint using layering and colour to evoke another world beyond physical likeness.” – Peter Monkman