Artists

Veronique Paquereau

Veronique Paquereau is an artist based in France. Her celestial portraits adopt a mixture of oil, collage, watercolour and printmaking. Paquereau comes from a family of printmakers, which has influenced discipline extensively, as well as her love of texture and pattern. 

Daryl Rainbow

Daryl Rainbow is a “drawer" person based in Hackney, London. Born in the Philippines but raised in London, Daryl likes to create images based on his observations through living and growing up in London since the 1990’s.

Jemma Tastard

Jemma Tastards digital collage is inspired by Scandinavian Design, Architecture, and Nature. "I build structures and landscapes using layers of photographs, drawings, and paintings, mixed digitally, in order to explore my emotions, and the layers of time. I'm interested in the contrasts between man made design and the soft flowing forms and patterns found in nature .

Marcus Bolt

Using every day objects set up in traditional still life format as a starting point, Marcus Bolt first begins to draw, simplifying, paring down to what is essential, continually re-designing into the shape of the canvas.

Sakko

Sakko has the greatest respect for the history and culture of his Middle Eastern background, particularly in the juxtaposition of the old and the new. This combination of ancient and modern pervades both the inspiration and the execution of his radiant abstract painting.

Sara Breinlinger Soft Sculpture

Sara Breinlinger is a London based artist who has combined her art practice with a career as a psychotherapist for many years. Whilst these two parts of her world are distinct there is much within her artwork that explores psychological narratives. 

Sara Breinlinger

Sara Breinlinger is a London based artist who has combined her art practice with a career as a psychotherapist for many years. Whilst these two parts of her world are distinct there is much within her artwork that explores psychological narratives. 

Sara Breinlinger Paintings

Sara Breinlinger is a London based artist who has combined her art practice with a career as a psychotherapist for many years. Whilst these two parts of her world are distinct there is much within her artwork that explores psychological narratives. 

Babak Ganjei

Babak Ganjei is an artist living in London. Raised on pop culture his work blurs the line between reality and narrative, often using websites such as ebay or instagram to interact with the outside world. His series of paintings 'Some Places That I've Lived' recreate a number of instantly recognisable living rooms from 90's sitcoms.

PUM: paintings

PUM: who is best known for her collage, has revealed a series of paintings to the public. As an individual with autism, PUM: uses art as a way of managing her condition. Her paintings, in particular offer PUM: an emotional release that helps her escape from the overwhelming amplitude of day to day life.

Maxime Noilou

Maxime Noilou graduated in fine art from Les Beaux Arts de Paris in 2011. Extensive traveling, working with interior designers and fashion houses have all been an impotus to Maxime's painting. He works predominantly in acrylic but practices on a multitude of surfaces and materials.

Jorunn Mulen Screen Prints

Jorunn Mulen returned to Norway after gaining a Master of Arts in Illustration from Falmouth College of Art (2005). Her work has a beautiful and beguiling narrative that draws the viewer into another world. Jorunn works predominantly with acrylic on canvas/linen but her work also extends to printmaking and decollage.

Jorunn Mulen

Jorunn Mulen returned to Norway after gaining a Master of Arts in Illustration from Falmouth College of Art (2005). Her work has a beautiful and beguiling narrative that draws the viewer into another world. Jorunn works predominantly with acrylic on canvas/linen but her work also extends to printmaking and decollage.

Harumi Foster

Harumi Foster was born in Japan and now resides in London. She graduated this year from the Royal College of Art with a MA in Ceramics & Glass, having previously gained a BA in Art Practice from Goldsmiths and a degree in painting from Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia in Italy.

Kieran Austin

Kieran graduated in illustration from the Glasgow School of Art 5 years ago and after an absence of drawing has returned to pen and ink drawings, exploring texture through line. "I have a passion for rock formation and geological structure and the corrosive nature of the sea.

Dan Jamieson

Dan Jamieson is an artist based in London. He works with a variety of pens and paints to illustrate his personal thoughts on popular culture, celebrities and icons both admired and questionable. He offers his own commentary on subjects with the addition of text on each piece. His technique and habits adopt a blend of naivity, accuracy, repitative pattern and frenetic mark making.

:Pum

Pum is a painter and collagist. She studied her undergraduate degree in Philosophy at Glasgow University and has a Masters in Research in Creative Practices from Glasgow School of Art. She makes use of the creative process as a research method.

Raymond Dean

Raymond, a Canadian, works out of Edinburgh, having studied photography under the inspirational Ifor Thomas at the Guildford School of Art. Raymond shot many of the still photographs in the Oscar winning documentary film 'Dylan Thomas', narrated by Richard Burton and directed by Jack Howells. His work has been shown extensively, beginning with his exhibition in the Wig and Pen Club.

Henning Lindahl

Henning Lindahl is from the woods, Sweden. He's been active as an artist, graphic designer and illustrator for the better part of a decade. He studied at the College of Printmaking Arts in Stockholm. He also works with two record companies, DJs, runs Krautrock club nights and festivals in Stockholm. 

Craig McIntosh

Craig McIntosh is a printmaker based in Glasgow. He discovered his love of printmaking while completing a degree in Illustration at Duncan of Jordanstone Art College, Dundee.

Sarah J. Stanley Drawings

Sarah J. Stanley studied Fine Art at Gray's School of Art in Aberdeen and is now based in Glasgow. Sarah's creativity is diverse to say the least, her work adopts a variety of mediums, surfaces and subject matters. All of which share Sarah's decorative style and somewhat dark sense of humour. She has been well received across the UK and Europe and as a result, gained an international audience.

Roderick MacNeill

Roderick MacNeill is an award winning visual artist from Glasgow. Having studied at Glasgow School of Art, MacNeill cut his teeth as part of the Glasgow creative Collective ‘1030’ alongside experienced textiles weaver Andy Robertson, fashion designer Alan Moore and artist James Houston.

Andrew Stewart

Andrew Stewart studied painting and drawing at Duncan of Jordanstone. Andrew works primarily in oil paint using traditional methods and painting techniques. His work has often been likened to the 19th century Glasgow painter Horatio McCulloch and like him Andrew has spent many hours working in some of the most remote parts of the Highlands.

Patricia Cain

Formerly a lawyer, Patricia Cain is an artist based in Dumfries, author and researcher who completed her PhD through the practice of drawing at Glasgow School of Art.

Sarah J. Stanley

Sarah J. Stanley studied Fine Art at Gray's School of Art in Aberdeen and is now based in Glasgow. Sarah's creativity is diverse to say the least, her work adopts a variety of mediums, surfaces and subject matters. All of which share Sarah's decorative style and somewhat dark sense of humour. She has been well received across the UK and Europe and as a result, gained an international audience.

Andrew Sinclair

After gaining a BA (Hons) in Fine Art (drawing and painting) from Duncan of Jordanstone, Andrew Sinclair has been receiving much recognition for his style of painting, exhibiting across the UK and generating an impressive following, which include the likes of TRH Duchess and Duke of Rothesay. Andrew's work is noted for its confident portrayal of the human form.

Ulrika Andersson

Ulrika combines printmaking, paint and collage to create a world that is surreal and playful. Her use of retro imagery and technicolour pallet befits Ulrika's quirky sense of humour perfectly! Since gaining her degree from the College of Printmaking Art in Stockholm in 2003, Ulrika exhibited her work both nationally and internationally; generating an impressive global audience.

Martyn Dunlop

Martyn Dunlop is a photographer based in London. His photography marvels at the beauty of the instantaneous, moments that would otherwise be dismissed by the blink of an eye. "The digital age has changed the means and ways by which we as a society capture, process and consume images to the point that the image itself has become ubiquitous.

Jorunn Mulen Paintings

Jorunn Mulen returned to Norway after gaining a Master of Arts in Illustration from Falmouth College of Art (2005). Her work has a beautiful and beguiling narrative that draws the viewer into another world. Jorunn works predominantly with acrylic on canvas/linen but her work also extends to printmaking and decollage.

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