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Posted July 5, 2018 by New Blood Art

Investable Artist / Julie-Ann Simpson

Investable Artist / Julie-Ann Simpson Since graduating in 2014, Julie-Ann has been committed to maintaining an active presence in the studio and exploring the scope of her practice. After a sold-out degree show, Julie-Ann was presented with the Guthrie Award and Medal at The Royal Scottish Academy. Since then, she has developed a wide client […]





Posted July 3, 2018 by New Blood Art

Investable Artist: James Matthew O’Connell

Emerging artist James Matthew O’Connell graduated from Wimbledon College of Art in 2015, in 2014 he won the Hans Brinker Painting Prize and in 2015 he exhibited alongside Louise Bourgeois and Bridget Riley in the show ‘Repetition and Variation’. He uses the passage of time as a subject matter for his work. The repetitive mixing […]





Posted April 23, 2018 by New Blood Art

Investment Tip: Zoe Hoare

Zoe Hoare’s work will be seeing price increases this week – at midnight on Wednesday, her mid-scale sculptural reliefs will increase from £1,200 to £2,000 and her larger scale piece ‘Light Bridge’ will increase from £1,600 to £5,000. This increase is due to the fact that her work is going to be exhibited with a […]





Posted April 18, 2018 by New Blood Art

Investment Tip – Steve Burden

I tipped Steve Burden as an artist to invest in back in January 2017 and again when he was selected for the RWA last year. Since then he has been shortlisted for John Moores 2018, was recently invited to judge the Black Swan Arts Open 2018 and appointed as a trustee at Bath Artists Studios. […]





Posted March 22, 2018 by New Blood Art

Ed Saye

Ed Saye continues to gain recognition and progress in his career – he is currently exhibiting in a group show hosted by Contemporary British Painting in London at the Crypt Gallery, St Marylebone Parish Church – the show ends this coming Friday, March 23rd at 5pm. Saye’s searching images offer a contemplative reflection of atmospheric […]





Posted February 8, 2018 by New Blood Art

John Moores Painting Prize 2018 – selected artists

Steve Burden,  Joanne Hummel-Newell and Orlanda Broom have all successfully progressed to stage 2 of judging for the prestigious John Moores Painting Prize Exhibition. The prize was launched in 1957 with the aim of showcasing “the best and most vital work being done today throughout the country”. The Prize is celebrating 60 years in 2018 […]





Posted January 14, 2018 by New Blood Art

Investment tips: RSA New Contemporaries & FBA Futures

2017 Grays School of Art graduates Aiden Milligan and David Rae are both currently showing at FBA Futures 2018 at The Mall Galleries London. Rae was also selected for RSA NEW CONTEMPORARIES 2018 and will exhibiting at the Royal Scottish Academy from March 24th – April 18th. Both of these artists have yet to gain widespread attention, though may […]





Posted December 14, 2017 by New Blood Art

Dream-like paintings by Susanne Lund Pangrazio – soon to increase

Dream-like paintings – soon to increase Susanne Lund Pangrazio graduated in 2013 from Duncan of Jordanston college of Art and Design (Dundee) she completed an MFA – Masters in Fine Art. Susanne has a unique vision, inspired by the power that nature holds over humankind and her work echoes the same dream-like nature of the paintings of Henry Rousseau. She creates […]





Posted December 11, 2017 by New Blood Art

Christina Kim-Symes – invest now

Delighted to introduce to you new artist Christina Kim-Symes. I came across Christina’s work earlier in the year at the Wimbledon School of Art degree show and have just managed to secure her work at New Blood Art. Christina’s work stood out at the degree show with a quiet confidence –  these small canvases with […]





Posted November 28, 2017 by New Blood Art

How do we price art?

Who prices the art? And how do they do it? These are questions I’m asked frequently, by both artists starting out and the customers who buy their work. We generally start working with artists right at the start of their careers – usually finding them at their degree shows, so often they have not yet […]