Neale Marriott

Neale Marriott’s work explores our relationship with the places around us, whether the fleeting joy of the natural landscape or the complexity and enclosure of urban spaces. I see my artworks as constituting a journey in different ways. First, I want them to have an energy and sense of movement within themselves in order to replicate our interaction with the world. They also explore a journey from figuration to a more dynamic abstraction. Finally, in my sculptural work particularly, they are a reflection on a more generic human journey with references to history, progress, science and geography.

I have always been interested in exploring different materials on which to paint including metal, concrete, glass & Perspex.

In using these materials, I’ve always sought to blur the boundaries between the illusory nature of paint and the physical properties of materials.

Neale Marriott’s paintings and painted construction pieces on layers of acrylic Perspex and concrete try to take painting into new spatial and sculptural areas by creating an experience that subtly shifts and changes as the viewer moves around them. The aim is to create more interactive spatial artworks that better represent our experience and explore different contexts and narratives.

Current Artworks

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Exhibitions:

  • Mosaic Gallery, Woburn
  • Waterloo Gallery, London
  • E1 Gallery, London
  • MK Gallery, Milton Keynes
  • Affordable Art, London
  • Foreman’s Smokehouse Gallery, London
  • Elevator Gallery, London
  • Vertigo Gallery, London
  • Stephen Lacey Gallery, London
  • Paton Gallery, London

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Paintings
  • Sculptures
  • Installations

Medium:

  • Paint on Glass
  • Paint on Clear Acrylic
  • Sculptures- Concrete/Plaster

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
  • Cityscape/Urban
  • Landscape
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I have always been interested in exploring different materials on which to paint including metal, concrete, glass & Perspex. In using these materials, I’ve always sought to blur the boundaries between the illusory nature of paint and the physical properties of materials.

Neale Marriott

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David Burns

David Burns creates ceramic and metal wall art characterised by the elegance of porcelain clay and the forms and craftsmanship of slip casting. He designs wall art for private, corporate or public spaces.

The hand cast porcelain discs are miniature sculptures each with a unique relief and impression which plays with shadow and light. An intensity is created by juxtaposing black porcelain alongside the purity and delicacy of natural porcelain and brighter pink tones. The playful drip line contrasts with the controlled and meticulous grid arrangement of the discs.

Each piece created by David Burns is mounted onto a colour matched aluminium backboard and a black aluminium frame and can be commissioned to the client’s space and environment.

Current Artworks

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Exhibitions:

  • Thrown Contemporary, Highgate
  • Nude Tin Can Gallery, St Albans
  • Petr Weigl Studios

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Ceramics
  • Installations
  • Wall Panels

Mediums:

  • Ceramics
  • Metal
  • Mixed Media

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
  • Architectural
  • Cityscape/Urban
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The hand cast porcelain discs are miniature sculptures each with a unique relief and impression which plays with shadow and light.

David Burns

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Olly Fathers

Olly Fathers uses simple geometric shapes and forms to create visually stimulating works that intend to play with space and take the viewer on a visual journey.

He uses a variety of materials, assembling them in different ways to make works that reference a variety of inspirations from Architecture, design, culture including early computer technology and graphics but also Bauhaus & the Memphis design movement.

His work demonstrates the fun the artist has in creating these works, the creation of these works is very much in the process of making. Fathers sees them almost like a puzzle that he works on until they feel complete.

Since graduating from Wimbledon College of Art from BA in painting in 2010. Olly Fathers has exhibited as part of the Saatchi Gallery, ‘Harder Edge’ & ‘Micromegas’ exhibition as well as being invited to take part in the RA Summer Exhibition.

He has completed many commissions including a shop front in Carnaby Street, offices in central London, a rooftop mural for the Jealous Gallery as well as a mural for the entrance of The Other Art Fair (in conjunction with James Rogers) which was a fully interactive, augmented reality mural spanning 12m wide. Together these commissions demonstrate the great versatility of the artist and his work.

Recently, in a prestigious commission, Olly Fathers was selected to create ITV Creates Ident –  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9050UuXVE0.

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Commissions:

  • ITV Indent
  • Other Art Fair Entrance
  • Shop Front – Carnaby Street, London
  • Jealous Gallery Rooftop Mural, London
  • Office Commission – Central London

Selected Exhibitions:

  • Saatchi Gallery – Harder Edge
  • Saatchi Gallery – Micromegas
  • RA Summer Exhibition

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Prints
  • Paintings
  • Sculptures
  • Installations

Mediums:

  • Paintings
  • Prints – Artist
  • Sculptures – Paper and Wood
  • Spray Paint Graffiti
  • Installations
  • Video/Film

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
  • City/Urban
  • Transport/Aviation/Marine

Available for Commissions

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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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Patricia Mitchell

Patricia Mitchell draws inspiration from experiences gained through her extensive travels and conservation work in Africa, Patricia’s love of nature, botany and global culture and tradition clearly resonates through her work as a mixed media artist.

PAPER: From the magic of a murmuration of starlings; the plight of global deforestation; a myriad of majestic African animals; origami diamonds; sculptured paper fish; origami Japanese slippers to even a colourful selection of bees, dragonflies and beetles – every piece Patricia sculpts from paper comes with a thought provoking narrative.

MESH: The other genre of her portfolio are her signature abstract elephant sculptures made with aluminium mesh,

coated with a mix of 24ct gold and Fools Gold. Her golden elephants can either be seen in family herds or alone, marching along on pieces of ancient drift wood, sourced from the Jurassic coasts of New Zealand. “No other wood will do – drift wood has withstood the test of time, yet it still holds its beauty, strength and power, much like our beloved elephants.”

Behind the awe inspiring intricacy of Patricia Mitchell’s paper and mesh sculptures, there always lies an empowering story which can be either be absorbed, be viewed in passing or can be used as an interesting topic to research and to discuss.

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Exhibitions & Commissions

  • Nadia Waterfield Fine Art, Hampshire
  • Libby Blakey Interiors, Hungerford
  • Great Scotland yard Hotel, London SW1
  • Annoushka, London SW3
  • Annoushka, London W1
  • Annoushka, Claridges, London W1
  • Cricket Fine Art, London & Hungerford
  • William & Son, London W1
  • Hollandridge Group, Oxfordshire

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Sculptures
  • Installations
  • Wall Panels

Sculpture Type:

  • Internal
  • Table Top

Mediums:

  • Mixed Media
  • Gilded Aluminium Mesh
  • Sculpture – Paper
  • Sculpture – Wood
  • Sculpture – Other

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
  • Animal/Botanical
  • Geographical
  • Interiors
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“No other wood will do – drift wood has withstood the test of time, yet it still holds its beauty, strength and power, much like our beloved elephants.”

Patricia Mitchell

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Rebecca Gouldson

Rebecca Gouldson creates elegant, bespoke metal and enamel wall pieces for private, corporate and public spaces.

The beautifully etched, rich metallic surfaces are created using techniques more traditionally used by printmakers. These expressive, reflective surfaces engage the viewer as they transform with the changing light of the day.

Rebecca draws inspiration from diverse subject matter, including architecture, the rural landscape, and maps. Working closely with her clients, each response to a commission brief involves taking photographs, and making drawings, prints and collages on paper. This imagery is combined, manipulated and then etched in to metal. Layers of processes, including electroplating and chemical patination, are used in innovative sequences, which push the boundaries of metalworking, to create unique objects.

Having established her studio in 2003, Rebecca Gouldson quickly rose to acclaim at first nationally, receiving awards from the Crafts Council and Crafts Magazine, and then internationally, exhibiting in the USA at prestigious shows such as SOFA Chicago and Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show. Back in the UK, her work was sold at London and Edinburgh Art Fairs.

Since then, she has been working on projects as diverse as superyachts, board rooms, and luxury jewellery and fashion brands in the US, Japan and the Middle East. In 2014, Rebecca extended her artistic practice to include vitreous enamel, which has extended the potential of her commission work in to architectural facades and outdoor sculptures.

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Exhibitions:

  • London Art Fair
  • Collect
  • SOFA
  • Art Palm Beach
  • Edinburgh Art Fair
  • Origin

Selected Commissions

  • Barclays Wealth
  • Tiffany & Co
  • Legal & General
  • Crest Nicholson
  • Warburg Pincus
  • Royal York Hotel Toronto
  • Colston Hall Music Trust Bristol,
  • The Atlanta Falcons
  • Liverpool Hope University
  • TIC Dubai
  • SAID Bahrain

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Sculptures
  • Installations
  • Wall Panels

Medium:

  • Enamel
  • Installation
  • Sculpture – Metal Fabricated
  • Sculpture – Mixed Media
  • Other

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
  • Animal/Botanical
  • Architectural
  • Cityscape/Urban
  • Geographical
  • Historical
  • Landscape
  • Seascape/Water
  • Sporting
  • Still Life

 

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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.

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.

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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Stella Corrall

Stella Corrall has delivered site-specific well-being solutions for healthcare, public sector and corporate buildings since 2004.

This broad portfolio of ambitious commissions is centred on delivering original concepts through to installed premium permanent artworks. She does not approach projects with preconceived ideas; rather the aim is to create a distinct and individual identity which is relevant and sensitive to each context with both material solutions and overall aesthetics.

With her wealth of experience and designed material combinations varying with each project’s requirements, from printed transparencies to our innovative in-house recycled plastics, clients can be sure to receive truly refreshing outcomes.

Stella Corrall is currently producing a suspended work for Huddersfield University’s new Art, Design & Architecture ‘Barbara Hepworth’ building using our bespoke recycled polycarbonate balanced with unique profiles housing LEDs.

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Commissions

  • Sale Grammar Sixth Form College, Manchester
  • Walton Centre, Neurology Hospital, Liverpool
  • One Newall Street, Birmingham
  • Franking Sense Offices, Bolton
  • Waitrose, Solihull, Birmingham
  • Leisure Centre, Huddersfield
  • Horton Wing, St. Luke’s Hospital, Bradford
  • Bolton at Home Offices
  • Bert Williams Leisure Centre, Wolverhampton
  • Horton Wing, St. Luke’s Hospital, Bradford

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Installations
  • Wall Panels
  • Other

Mediums:

  • Installation
  • Light
  • Mixed Media
  • Prints – Transparencies
  • Plastic
  • Other

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
  • Animal/Botanical
  • Landscape
  • Site Specific Subject/Theme
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I do not approach projects with preconceived ideas; rather the aim is to create a distinct and individual identity which is relevant and sensitive to each context with both material solutions and overall aesthetics.

Stella Corrall

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Irma Irsara

Irma Irsara has a special interest in ecology, conservation and climate change. These have always guided her creative practice. She was brought up in the foothills of Monte Croce in the Italian Dolomites. Where her paternal grandfather managed significant areas of woodland in Fanes National Park. This has always influenced he artwork.

Irma studied at the Scuola d’Arte di Ortisei & Accademia di Belle Arti di Urbino, both in Italy, and St Martins School of Art. She also studied Country Care and Conservation at Capel Manor Horticultural College to develop her knowledge of Conservation.

Her work encompasses a broad range of media and techniques: installations, video, bookworks,

photography, prints and the pulp/cotton fibre works which represent a large part of her output.

Her fibre art ‘pulp‘ work uses organic material and storm debris such as fallen bark. This is combined with pure cotton to create lyrical reflections of changes in natural forms. For example, her series ‘Watermarks’ explored rising water levels as evidenced in the lines on canal walls.

Irma Irsara has shifted her focus to invisible nature, micro pollution and micro fibre plastics. Through the use of micro-photography, film and time lapse she has created a new range of artworks.

Current Artworks

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Exhibitions

  • Crypt Gallery, Kings Cross
  • Natural History Museum
  • Zero Celsius, London
  • Bargehouse Gallery, London
  • Tower Bridge Engine Rooms
  • Murray Edwards College, Cambridge
  • Lauderdale House, Highgate
  • London Canal Museum, Kings Cross
  • Barbican Library, London
  • Tavistock Centre, London

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Prints
  • Photography
  • Digital
  • Installations
  • Other – Paper Pulp Artworks

Mediums:

  • Digital
  • Installation
  • Light
  • Paper/Paper Pulp

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
  • Landscape
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My fibre art ‘pulp‘ work uses organic material and storm debris such as fallen bark. This is combined with pure cotton to create lyrical reflections of changes in natural forms.

Irma Irsara

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Alberto Fusco

Alberto Fusco creates wall panels made up with folded and manipulated paper. The intricately folded paper is transformed into textural geometrical forms becoming sculptural pieces in their own right.

In recent years his work has developed and is widely exhibited and is included in several corporate collections.

His work is often displayed behind a perspex cover to protect the artwork from damage and the ingress of dust. This also gives the artwork a jewel like property.

Alberto Fusco now concentrates on site specific commissions for both corporate and private collections.

Current Artworks

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Exhibitions

  • Nobel Gallery
  • Art for Youth
  • TAG Fine Art Gallery
  • Will’s Art Gallery
  • Mark Jason Gallery
  • Tribe 16
  • Art Maze
  • Medice Gallery

Selected Commissions

  • Advent International
  • THM

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Installations
  • Wall Panels

Mediums:

  • Mixed Media
  • Printed Paper Folded and set into Panel

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
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