Amy Salisbury

Amy Salisbury is never happier than when she has got paint between her toes…..literally! ‘I guess you could say I’m a converted art conservator and designer who prefers to get her hands dirty.’

She has produced commissioned art which is dotted around hotels, offices and private homes from London to Warsaw. Amy studied at UCL and The Courtauld Institute of Art, and has worked in the arts for over 25 years.

Amy Salisbury’s latest collection is inspired by the BBC series ‘Blue Planet’ and the underwater world and aerial shots of our beautiful world. The free flowing nature of the paints and technique used reflects the natural patterns – uncontrollable and moving to its’ own rhythm.

Different forms of nature can be seen within these paintings – and I hope each viewer will see something new for themselves.

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ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Exhibitions:

  • Waterloo Gallery, London
  • NosDa, Cardiff
  • Amsphere, London
  • St Canna’s, Cardiff
  • Boundary Art, Cardiff
  • Blackwater Gallery, Cardiff

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Paintings
  • Prints

Mediums:

  • Paintings on Canvas
  • Paintings on Panel
  • Prints – Artist

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
  • Animal/Botanical
  • Landscape
  • Seascape/Water
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Never happier than when I’ve got paint between my toes…..literally! I guess you could say I’m a converted art conservator and designer who prefers to get her hands dirty.

Amy Salisbury

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Living Wall Murals

Living Wall Murals is the duo Mary West and Clara Wilkinson. Mary studied Fine Art at the Slade and Clara studied at St. Martins and Camberwell before training for a career in interior design.

Our murals came about through a love of painting and a shared aesthetic in design and interiors. We began by experimenting in colour and scale on the walls of our own homes and then, through word of mouth our business grew. We now specialise in botanical and abstract murals for domestic or commercial interiors. Our projects range in scale from bold and bonkers, to delicate fine foliage.

Living Wall Murals have created many murals in London and Brighton over the past two years. Our latest commissions include a 13 metre mural in a private house in Highgate. A 5 metre mural at Huddle London and a new commission for a 25 metres mural for a London hospital. Our paintings and prints are also available.

We like creating art that doesn’t add more stuff to the world. We bring beauty and a little bit of ‘up-cycling’ to your wall.

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ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Commissions:

  • Private House, Highgate
  • Huddle, London
  • London Hospital

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Paintings
  • Installations
  • Other – Murals

Mediums:

  • Mural – emulsion and oil paint
  • Paintings – oil on canvas
  • Prints – digital prints on oil paintings

Subject Matter:

  • Animal/Botanical
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We like creating art that doesn't add more stuff to the world. We bring beauty and a little bit of 'up-cycling' to your wall.

We were so keen to launch our Artist Directory we have decided to launch the first phase in advance of the costing and portfolio generation section.

In this first phase we have included a diverse selection of artists we collaborate with.

Over the coming months this selection will continue to grow eventually to include all of our artists.

In the near future our artwork selection, frame visualisation and costing database will come on-line.

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Katayoun Dowlatshahi

Katayoun Dowlatshahi graduated in Fine Art Printmaking from Edinburgh. Received an MA in European Art from Barcelona and Winchester. Katayoun was awarded a Doctorate (PhD) in Drawing and Photography from The University of Gloucestershire with a specialism in Carbon Photography (a 19th century photographic process). Since 1995 she has lectured in a number of universities as well developing her practice as a full-time professional artist. In more recent years she has worked with children within school settings.

She has been awarded several national and international residencies, fellowships and has continued to exhibit regularly, both in the UK and abroad.

Katayoun Dowlatshahi works in fine print, analogue/digital photography, drawing and architectural glass, using combinations of these in her work. She creates site responsive works that link landscapes with memory and place. Her major achievements are in public art and in her unique constructed photographic artworks, some of which have been acquired for private collections.

One of Katayoun’s skills is her ability to collaborate with urban design teams on significant regeneration projects across the UK, to integrate art into the fabric of new developments and heritage sites. Placemaking is at the heart of her practice.

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ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Residencies:

  • Durham Cathedral

Selected Exhibitions:

  • Fotofeis – Scotland
  • Fotoseptiembre – San Antonio, Texas

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Prints
  • Photography
  • Digital
  • Installations
  • Glass

Mediums:

  • Collage
  • Digital
  • Mixed Media
  • Pastel
  • Photomontage
  • Prints – Etchings & Screenprints
  • Video/Film

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
  • Architectural
  • Landscape
  • Seascape/Water
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Over the coming months this selection will continue to grow eventually to include all of our artists.

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Tom Waugh

Tom Waugh MRSS is a British sculptor based in Somerset. He has been an associate member of the Royal Society of Sculptors since 2018. In 2005 he gained a First in Architectural Stone Carving at the City and Guilds of London Art School and has spent time in India studying traditional carving techniques with the temple carver Raja Saceran.

‘I find it fascinating that sculpture has the ability to cause a shift in people’s perception. In my work I hope to challenge ideas of material value and make people look again at the things we take for granted.’

Tom Waugh carves stone and marble in minute detail to mirror the discarded waste of human consumption. These objects document the tiny imprints of human use. Plastic bags, cardboard boxes and tin cans are squashed, crushed and wrinkled whilst still displaying the traces of mass production.

His carving can be seen on St Pancras Station, St Martin in the fields and St Georges Chapel, Windsor. His Sculptures are exhibited widely and can be seen in the collections of Warwick University and Gladstone’s Library.

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ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Commissions:

  • St Pancras Station
  • St Martin in the Fields
  • St Georges Chapel, Windsor
  • Warwick University
  • Gladstone’s Library

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Sculpture

Type:

  • Exterior
  • Interior
  • Tabletop

Medium:

  • Stone

Subject Matter:

  • Hyper-Realistic
  • Still Life
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I find it fascinating that sculpture has the ability to cause a shift in people’s perception. In my work I hope to challenge ideas of material value and make people look again at the things we take for granted.

Tom Waugh

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Sue King

Sue King is inspired by colour & light. She designs and creates vibrant kiln-formed glass for residential and commercial interior projects, including specialising in healthcare commissions. Her work also includes smaller items such as hanging panels and tableware using a contemporary style and colour palettes.

Originally qualifying with BA Interior Design. Sue worked for various hotel design practices, before running her own design consultancy for many years. She studied Glass with Architecture/Fine Art at Central St Martins College of Art & Design in 2002.

All of Sue’s work is imbued with a passion for colour, taking inspiration from artists, nature and pattern and her own photography/artwork. She has developed a fluid technique of working in a painterly style whereby coloured glass is cut freehand, overlaid onto clear glass and then fired at temperatures of around 810 degrees to fuse together. Her designs are all unique and one off pieces.

Sue King’s commissions are developed closely with clients using hand drawn watercolour sketches that are then translated into glass. This helps her clients to see a visual representation of their vision and ideas so they are fully involved throughout the commission process.

Sue enjoys exploring how glass interacts with light and often incorporates textural markings to bring out these qualities. Glass shows its best qualities when displayed in natural light, which then throws beautiful colour shadow washes into the surrounding space.

Larger commissions include panels for healthcare projects, as well as contemporary stylish sculptures for a Saudi Arabian hotel, panels for Molton Brown in New York and many glass installations for private homes.

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ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Commisions:

  • Hilton Hotels
  • Holiday Inn
  • Ciragan Palace, Istanbul
  • Marriott Hotels
  • Forte Hotels
  • Moulton Brown
  • Dimbleby Cancer Care
  • Newham Hospital, London
  • St Joseph’s Hospice, London
  • QE Hospital, Woolwich
  • Frimley Hospital, Surrey
  • Leeds Hospital
  • Lewisham Hospital
  • Salisbury Hospital

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Glass

Glass Type:

  • Accessories
  • Wall Panels

Mediums:

  • Mixed Media
  • Stained Glass

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
  • Architectural
  • Interiors
  • Landscape
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My commissions are developed closely with clients using hand drawn watercolour sketches that are then translated into glass. This helps her clients to see a visual representation of their vision and ideas so they are fully involved throughout the commission process.

Sue King

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BlinkArt

BlinkArt uses photographic and digital techniques to create art works with a strong emphasis on colourful layered imagery. By manipulating the colour, texture, light and shape of these layers they have developed techniques that allow it to enhance ideas, concepts, compositions, and subject matter. Inspiration comes from the development, experimentation and evolution of individual projects.

BlinkArt has been working closely with clients, designers and consultants for over 20 years creating original, bespoke commissioned artworks.

With an emphasis on architecture, nature and abstract elements they create dynamic large scale works using photographic and digital techniques. Works can be produced on various substrates including acrylic, aluminium and glass.

Amongst others BlinkArt has produced work for offices, healthcare, retail and private clients. Whilst working on site specific projects they can incorporate local architectural elements into the work to create original ideas that are both relevant and visually engaging.

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ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Commissions:

  • BMA – London
  • London Bridge Hospital
  • Portland Hospital – London
  • Wellington Hospital – London
  • Princess Grace Hospital – London
  • Birmingham Children Hospital
  • Roche
  • P & O Cruises
  • Meddimune
  • Astra Zeneca
  • ABI – London
  • BAE
  • M3 London
  • Aviva
  • Royal Bank of Scotland
  • HM Treasury – London

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Prints
  • Photography
  • Digital
  • Wall Panels

Mediums:

  • Digital
  • Photography
  • Photomontage
  • Prints – Digital
  • Prints – Other

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
  • Animal/Botanical
  • Architectural
  • Cityscape/Urban
  • Geographical
  • Landscape
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Colin Rose

Colin Rose has worked as a sculptor for over thirty years. He has exhibited throughout the UK and Europe and has undertaken many public sculpture commissions.

He has undertaken public sculpture commissions for a very wide range of clients in various mediums. Colin usually works by taking a brief from the client and allowing the brief and the site to lead the design. Over the years he has worked in a variety of mediums from mirror polished stainless steel to stone. More unusually he has worked with Rope, Brick and even Coal Dust depending on the requirement of the brief.

While developing his practice Colin taught fine art and was head of Sculpture at Sunderland University from 2000 till 2006.

In addition to making sculpture, Colin Rose has a strong passion for drawing and the immediacy the process offers. The understanding gained through drawing is an important tool in the development of his designs and his working practice.

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ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Commissions:

  • ‘Meteor’ – Jodrell Bank
  • ‘Rain’ –  Sheffield
  • ‘You’ – Genome Centre
  • ‘StarBall’ – EBI, Cambridge
  • ‘Swirl Cone’ – Carmarthen
  • ’10 Swirl’ – Gateshead

Selected Exhibitions:

  • Artlanta – Atlanta USA
  • Earthworks –  NSW, Australia
  • Villes et Valises – Strasbourg

Selected Awards:

  • National Design Award
  • Henry Moore Foundation
  • Northern Electric Visual Arts Award

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Sculptures
  • Paintings
  • Other

Sculpture Types:

  • External
  • Internal
  • Tabletop

Mediums:

  • Drawings
  • Paintings on Canvas
  • Sculpture – Metal Fabricated
  • Sculpture – Mixed Media
  • Sculpture – Resin
  • Sculpture – Other (Rope, Brick & Coal Dust)

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
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Stuart Redler

Stuart Redler was brought up on a farm in Somerset, England. He moved to London aged 18 to study economics, then photography. After college he spent 15 years photographing advertising campaigns for companies such as Volvo, IBM and Deutsche Bank. Since then he has concentrated on fine art photography.

Stuart’s interest in far flung (and near) places and cultures has resulted in his unusual photographs of architecture, people and nature. The unexpected and sometimes humorous subject matter, combined with the intense contrasts of black and white and use of strong light, give his pictures their stark and unique style.

As well as appearing in numerous private collections his work is included in the permanent collection at The National Portrait Gallery in London and has also been exhibited at the Victoria and Albert Museum.

His work has appeared in publications including The Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Independent on Sunday, Conde Nast Traveller and House & Garden.

Stuart Redler has received a number of awards, including six from The Association of Photographers who awarded him Gold for his portfolio of architectural images. He has also received awards from Graphis, PDN and Communication Arts.

To coincide with his exhibition Timbuktu to W2, and in conjunction with the Cultural Mission of Timbuktu, Stuart set up a competition to find a British town to twin with Timbuktu in Mali. Hay-on-Wye eventually won, having beaten off competition from over 40 towns and cities.

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ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Exhibited in:

  • National Portrait Gallery
  • Victoria & Albert Museum
  • Many Private Collections

Published by:

  • The Times
  • The Daily Telegraph
  • The Independent on Sunday
  • Conde Nast Traveller
  • House & Garden

Awards:

  • The Association of Photographers
  • Graphis
  • PDN
  • Communication Arts

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Photography

Mediums:

  • Photography
  • Pigment Prints on Cotton Paper

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
  • Architectural
  • Cityscape/Urban
  • Portrait/Figurative
  • Landscape
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Louise Plant

Louise Plant creates sculpture inspired by the dynamics of movement. She works with marble, stone, bronze, cast iron and steel and has a particular feel for the direction the material wants to go. Her sculptures are visually striking with a wonderful sense of aliveness and  character.

Louise studied sculpture with the Open College of the Arts in 1992, whilst working full time as a teacher. Leaving teaching in 1994, Louise continued to study and make sculpture. She was elected Member of the Royal Society of Sculptors in 2003 and became Fellow in 2014.

Louise Plant has exhibited widely including MOCA, Cheeseburn Grange, Asthall Manor, New Walk Museum and Art Gallery, the Usher and Wysing Arts.

Awards include the Brian Mercer Scholarship, Studio Sem, Italy, the KKV Bohuslän Scholarship, Sweden and the Year of the Artist Award, Arts Council England.

Her work is held in private collections globally and she has been commissioned by the MOD Northwood, the RNIB Loughborough, Durham County Council, Somerset County Council and the Waldorf Astoria Bangkok.

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ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Awards & Fellowships

  • Fellow of the Royal Society of Sculptors
  • Brian Mercer Scholarship, Studio Sem, Italy
  • KKV Bohuslän Scholarship, Sweden
  • Year of the Artist Award from Arts Council England

Selected Commissions:

  • Many Private Commissions
  • Durham County Council
  • Warldorf Astoria – Bangkok
  • MoD – Northwood
  • RNIB – Loughborough
  • Somerset County Council – Bristol

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Sculptures
  • Prints

Mediums:

  • Drawing
  • Prints – Screenprints
  • Prints – Other
  • Sculpture – Metal-Cast
  • Sculpture – Metal-Fabricated
  • Sculpture – Stone

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
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Lizzie Farey

Lizzie Farey’s intricate structures capture a still moment, a distillation and order. Calm after a storm.

Intimate forms provide a hint of the process of creation. We can see and even feel points of tension in the work. Our eye can follow the artist’s hand, the choices made in twisting and turning this flexible medium.

Born in Singapore, for the last 30 years Farey has been based in rural Galloway, in Scotland’s South West. The rural setting of home and studio are her guiding inspiration, her sensitivity with wood revealing an interaction with nature that is deeply personal.

Lizzie Farey grows much of her own pallet of artist’s materials. Planting, tending and harvesting a range of willow which is grown for both texture and colour.

Willow, it’s flow of flex and tension is often manipulated into rhythmic patterns, Artist, willow, form, each unique, reach a perfection as the work comes together, inner creative process and final form working as one.

‘My work engages with nature. I focus on recreating the essence of natural form through the medium of willow, larch, ash, hazel and other locally grown woods. Influences from Japan continue to inspire my attempts to capture the simplicity, practicality and beauty of the materials.’

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ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Exhibitions:

  • National Museum of Scotland
  • Edinburgh City Art Centre
  • Shipley Art Gallery – Gatehead
  • Browngrotta Arts – Connecticut
  • Internationally in – Chicago, Geneva & Berlin

Guest Artist:

  • Cheongja International Biennale – South Korea

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Sculpture
  • Wall Panels

Sculpture Type:

  • Interior

Mediums:

  • Sculpture – Wood
  • Woven Willow

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
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‘My work engages with nature. I focus on recreating the essence of natural form through the medium of willow, larch, ash, hazel and other locally grown woods. Influences from Japan continue to inspire my attempts to capture the simplicity, practicality and beauty of the materials.’

Lizzie Farey

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