Marina Emphietzi

Marina Emphietzi now lives in London and her work explores issues of time, life and memory.

She creates engaging artworks in a distinct semi abstract style inspired mostly by water and the marine environment.

With the sound of crashing sea waves and the hot feeling of sand under bare feet, Marina’s story starts in Famagusta, Cyprus. Her family’s childhood home built along the scenic coastline, she spent most of her days by the beach. It’s here that she came to know the limitless freedom of the Ocean. Surrounded by the vivid landscapes of Cyprus, art came naturally to Marina. Her heart’s desire was to study art, although she would pursue a successful career in hotel management and marketing before finally achieving her life-long dream. She has studied at the prestigious schools of Central St-Martins and the University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMASS).

At the age of 14, Marina Emphietzi lost her home in the trauma of war. The ocean and its waters, full of life and possibility, are a part of her most joyful memories. They are from which she draws inspiration from in her work and why her pieces have the power to evoke strong feelings of nostalgia and freedom. A world traveller, Marina has called many places home. The man-made beaches of Dubai, the crowded markets of Ethiopia, and now, the grey skies of London, U.K., each brings their own colour palette to Marina’s current work. Created with robust energy, her paintings have playful textures and a distinct style. They bring to surface lost memories of being near water, the sound of rumbling waves, the feeling of a warm breeze across skin. A metaphor of the transient human experience, her artwork suggests we flow through the journey through life, ever-changing and free.

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ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Exhibitions:

  • Opus 39 – Nicosia, Cyprus
  • Three Angels – Larnaca, Cyprus
  • Art Number 23 – Athens
  • Cylinder Gallery – London
  • Artbox Project – Miami USA
  • Light Space & Time Gallery – UK
  • Camden Image Gallery – London
  • Flux Exhibition – London
  • Hellenic Centre – London

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Paintings
  • Prints

Mediums:

  • Paint on Canvas
  • Paint on Paper

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
  • Landscape
  • Seascape/Water
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I create engaging artworks in a distinct semi abstract style inspired mostly by water and the marine environment.

Marina Emphietzi

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Gina Parr

Gina Parr is a Painter who also “paints with a camera” when traveling.

The image of the sea and the Artist’s thoughts about memory and identity are ever present in her work. Her childhood, spent diversely in wide-open spaces, fishing for Mackerel with her father, and her mother with her hoarding and mental health issues defined the Artist’s relationship to the sea and land, the uncertainty of the deep, the spirit and memory of the open space, evoking freedom and connectedness. She does not wish to recreate those experienced places, but to unearth the truth, to centralise the feelings and emotions that were and are present, to not be afraid of the material of her past. The Artist’s work is an expression of the intermingling of both joy and pain: the human condition.

Gina Parr was originally trained as a Fine Artist, graduating with a First Class BA Honours Degree.

She went on to Chelsea College of Art to study set design, leading to a 25 year career Production Designing many prestigious shows for television.

She returned to her Artist’s practice in 2007.

She has also lectured in art and design at Chelsea College of Art and Nottingham University, is widely exhibited in galleries and art fairs in the UK and Europe. She is an Associate member of The Society of Women Artists in London and has works held in collections Worldwide including; Keble College Oxford, Director Jestico + Whiles Architects London, President Boston’s Children’s Museum USA, Senior Economist Goldman Sachs, Argentex and Vedanta Headquarters in London, and Commissions in UAE, Belguim + London.

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ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Exhibitions:

  • Stratford Gallery, Broadway
  • Archive Fine Art, Salisbury
  • ‘This Way Up’ – Chanel 4 & Sky 1
  • SWA Annual Exhibition
  • Irving Gallery, Oxford
  • Renata Maiblum Gallery, Copenhagen
  • David Lolly Gallery, Cambridge
  • AAF, Battersea
  • Brook Contemporary, Devon
  • Boecho Gallery, London

Awards:

  • Associate Membership of SWA

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Paintings
  • Photography

Mediums:

  • Mixed Media
  • Paintings on Canvas
  • Painting on Panels
  • Photography

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
  • Landscape
  • Music
  • Seascape/Water
  • Emotional
  • Psychological
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The image of the sea and my thoughts about memory and identity are ever present in my work.

Gina Parr

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Andrew Bylo

Andrew Bylo is an artist and illustrator with 38 years’ experience in the worlds of Advertising, Design & Editorial: 2019 finds him working mostly for a major client in Japan via Far East agent Cross World Connections based in Tokyo. He will shortly be starting on the 2020 collection.

Andrew’s core skill is working from life, swiftly and accurately in media from pencil/pencil crayon to gouache or acrylic. Stylistically, his work ranges from economical line drawing to full atmospheric colour. Spontaneity is the hallmark of his work.

During a rich & varied professional career, he’s had afternoon tea with Ian Dury at The Waldorf Astoria as part of a book project for Faber & Faber on emerging creatives, and been sent to Patrick Moore’s house to draw his portrait from life on behalf of Mitchell Beazley, only to be told by the celebrated astronomer that the drawing was ‘a grotesque caricature’. The publishers had warned Andrew it might not go well…

Drawing and painting people from life is his real love, and he was appointed in October 2017 as ‘portrait-painter-in-residence’ for London-based agency ‘krow’ and has painted all 54 of krow’s team. Malcolm White, chief strategy officer and founder of krow, said: “Andrew Bylo’s genius is in working quickly to seize a recognisable impression of an individual. We commissioned him to celebrate the role our people play in the success of the agency, and to make our office walls far more personal.”

Andrew Bylo is an avid keeper of sketchbooks, dating back to the 1970s, about 130 or so at the last count, and in his spare time, curiously enough, he rather likes to draw and paint.

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Commissions:

  • Dessin – Japan
  • Krow Communicatins
  • Shipton Mill
  • P&O Ventura
  • Transport for London
  • LTA – Wimbledon
  • Esquire
  • GQ
  • Vogue
  • Tatler
  • National Theatre
  • Volkwagen
  • Virgin
  • Faber & Faber

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Paintings

Medium:

  • Drawing/Caligraphy
  • Painting on Canvas
  • Painting on Paper

Subject Matter:

  • Architectural
  • Cityscape/Urban
  • Interiors
  • Landscape
  • Music
  • Portrait/Figurative
  • Seascape/Water
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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.

Current Artworks

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Exhibitions:

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

Awards:

  • 2020 – Royal Arts Prize

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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Martha Winter

Martha Winter was born and grew up in London. Her work is the unusual outcome of many influences. Growing up with minimal art and modern architecture influenced her visual language of reduced and economical form.

Martha is fascinated by systems, repetition and order, often working in series. She has regularly witnessed the extreme erosion of the coastline, which has given her an interest in the natural processes which form the landscape.

Martha Winter has developed her own unique processes, creating pieces reminiscent of satellite imagery and microscopy.

Through her work, she seeks to reach a combination of these ingredients, aiming for a point of tension and harmony where a frisson occurs.

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ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Wall Panels
  • Paintings

Wall Panel Type:

  • Contemporary
  • Relief Panel Painting

Mediums:

  • Mixed Media
  • Painting on Panel

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
  • Architectural
  • Geographical
  • Landscape
  • Seascape/Water
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Growing up with minimal art and modern architecture influenced my visual language of reduced and economical form.

Martha Winter

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Luke Elwes

Luke Elwes (b.1961) lives and works in London. He studied at Bristol University, Camberwell School of Art and Birkbeck, London University (Art History MA 2007).

Throughout the 1990s he travelled extensively, discovering and revisiting remote desert and mountain locations in India, Asia and North Africa. In 1998 he was artist in residence on an expedition to Mount Kailash, a holy mountain in western Tibet.

Since 2000 he has worked for extensive periods on an island off the East Coast of the UK. In 2013 he was awarded a grant to study at the Vermont Studio Centre and in 2015 he was resident artist at the Albers Foundation (USA). In 2011 he was invited to give an ‘Artist’s Eye’ talk at the National Gallery.

The idea of a journey is central to Luke Elwes paintings, both its physical and temporal unfolding and its recollection in memory. As well as recording particular journeys, the paintings reveal, like a hieroglyphic text, the many layers of history buried beneath the surfaces of these places. Rooted in the particular, the images also probe an interior space. They become maps of the ‘geographical unconscious’, suggesting both the trail of our presence and the passage of time.

Current Artworks

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Exhibitions:

  • Broadbent Gallery – London
  • Adam Gallery – London
  • Frestonian Gallery – London
  • Browse & Darby – London
  • Art First – London & New York
  • Galerie Vieille du Temple – Paris
  • Galerie Marceau Bastille – Paris
  • Grand Palais – Paris
  • Palazzo Lanfranchi – Pisa
  • Galleria Ceribelli – Milan & Bergamo
  • Royal Academy – London
  • Estorick Collection – London
  • Kettles Yard – Cambridge
  • Young Gallery – Salisbury

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Paintings

Mediums:

  • Mixed Media
  • Paintings on Canvas
  • Paintings on Paper

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
  • Landscape
  • Seascape/Water
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The idea of a journey is central to my paintings, both its physical and temporal unfolding and its recollection in memory.

Luke Elwes

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Jacqueline Real

Jacqueline Real was born in Zurich and studied in Switzerland and Austria.

“To me, painting means feeling intensely, living, expressing the inexpressible with paint. It means listening to your innermost self, being quiet, being impulsive, marvelling, hoping – seeing the light and being overwhelmed.”

Jacqueline Real’s pictures unearth landscapes and nature buried deep in the unconscious. Above all, it is the colours which, in their harmonious composition and their precise contrasts result in a subliminal experience.

She has had many Solo and Group Exhibitions in Switzerland, England, Germany and USA. Jacqueline is a member of Visarte, Switzerland and Fellow of Free Painters and Sculptors, London.

Jaqueline Real has work in many private and public collections including Risk Publications, UBS, CS, Tokio Bank, British Government, Crown Court Truro, Marc Rich, Johnson & Johnson, Strutt & Parker, Morgan, Lewis and Bockius, SmithKline Beecham, Holiday Inn Express etc….etc

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ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Widely Exhibited both Nationally and Internationally.

Selected Commissions:

  • Risk Publications
  • UBS
  • CS
  • Tokio Bank
  • British Government
  • Crown Court Truro
  • Marc Rich
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Strutt & Parker
  • Morgan
  • Lewis and Bockius
  • SmithKline Beecham
  • Holiday Inn Express

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Paintings
  • Prints

Mediums:

  • Collage
  • Painting on Canvas & Paper
  • Paper/Paper Pulp
  • Prints – Artist

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
  • Landscape
  • Seascape/Water
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To me, painting means feeling intensely, living, expressing the inexpressible with paint. It means listening to your innermost self, being quiet, being impulsive, marvelling, hoping - seeing the light and being overwhelmed.

Jacqueline Real

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Alex Pearce

Alex Pearce is a painter of cityscapes and other landscapes.

The constant pushing and pulling of mediums has been a key element with in his paintings. This has allowed his exploration of cityscapes and the manipulation of light to be constantly moving forward and changing. As the cityscape changes with every new building or as the sun or moon changes with every new day.

The subject of his paintings is the manipulation of light in a cityscape and its modern architecture. It is the small details which help to build up his paintings. Through the use of photography and drawing Alex has been able to capture some of the development in London.

The details that can be seen in his work come from observing the city and its architecture. This has allowed Alex to experience the key details people notice. Why certain people stop to discover an architectural feature that catches their attention. It is these details that become noticeable in the drawings or paintings of architecture.

Alex Pearce’s painting style has taken on an abstracted yet romantic theme. The colours in his paintings being very nostalgic. This is key to creating the notion of silence and subtlety when being viewed. Together with this calming nature it is the dominant forms of the buildings and features that help to give presence to his paintings.

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Exhibitions:

  • Orbit Art Show – Oxo Tower, London
  • Black Gates Gallery
  • Safe House 1 & 2
  • Chelsea College of Arts
  • Camberwell College of Arts

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Paintings
  • Photography

Mediums:

  • Drawings
  • Mixed Media
  • Paintings on Canvas, Panels & Paper
  • Pastels
  • Photography

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
  • Architectural
  • Cityscape/Urban
  • Landscape
  • Seascape/Water
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The constant pushing and pulling of mediums has been a key element with in my paintings. This has allowed my exploration of cityscapes and the manipulation of light to be constantly moving forward and changing.

Alex Pearce

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Mark Godwin

The motif of Landscape has been a major part of the work of Mark Godwin for over 30 years. He has been greatly influenced by the 18th century Romantic notion of the Sublime, and our longing for an emotional encounter with nature.

These paintings are about finding a visual equivalent for his sensation before nature. They are paintings about the poetic idea of landscape. There is a nostalgia, and timelessness about his work, and a conscious blurring of the boundaries between abstraction, and representation. They are landscape of the imagination. They are paintings about feelings.

Mark Godwin began his artist training at Stourbridge College of Art and progressed on to Central School of Art, the Royal College of Art and Cite Internationale des Artistes in Paris. Following his training Mark went onto work as a copperplate printer for Palm Tree Editions, Albion Editions and London Contemporary Art.

Since then Mark has set up his own studio to develop his practice concentrating on painting and printing. He has exhibited extensively and his work has been included in many collections both private and corporate.

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Exhibitions

  • Bruton Street Gallery
  • Catto Gallery, London
  • Printmakers Gallery, St. Ives
  • Reuben Colley Fine Art, Birmingham
  • Curwen Gallery, London
  • Chenal Group, France
  • Documenta Galeria, São Paulo, Brazil

Selected Commissions

  • Grand Metropolitan
  • Bank of England
  • Sumitomo Bank Japan
  • Foreign & Commonwealth Office
  • Smithkline Beecham
  • Morgan Stanley

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Paintings
  • Prints

Mediums:

  • Painitngs on Canvas
  • Paintings on Paper
  • Screen Prints
  • Etchings

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
  • Landscape
  • Cityscape
  • Seascape
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These paintings are about finding a visual equivalent for my sensation before nature.

Mark Godwin

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Helen Lack

Helen Lack is a contemporary artist working in the UK and producing large format and statement art. She has a unique style which is energetic, individual and vibrant with an urban edge.

Her work has been described as having a richness of colours with a Pollock style, depicting the Abstract Expressionist movement. This has created a significant level of interest among galleries and collectors. As well as a healthy demand by companies requiring “office art”.

Helen paints by combining many layers and thick brushstrokes using mixed media and drip techniques. She conveys emotion in all her works, which is received by the viewer as intriguing and involving.

Her works are inspired by current events and environmental concerns. Her paintings showing passion and vibrancy as well as reflection and colour to her audience.

Helen Lack has displayed her collections in contemporary shows, collaborated with other artists and curated her own solo exhibitions. All have attracted media interest in the UK and Europe and have received much acclaim.

Her works have been exhibited in many prestigious galleries in London and New York, creating a truly international appeal. In addition, one prestigious gallery has asked for her works in Italy for very high-profile collectors.

Current Artworks

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • Ben Moore’s Digital Age
  • Herrick Gallery Mayfair
  • Espacio Gallery, London
  • Marylebone Gallery
  • Roys People Art Fair
  • The Talented Art Fair
  • International Digital Exhibition – Manilla

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • Natural Elements
  • Introspective

Other Works

  • Eezy Sleeze Clothing – Australia

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Paintings
  • Prints
  • Installations

Mediums:

  • Collage
  • Mixed Media
  • Large Statement Paintings on Canvas, Panels and Paper
  • Prints – Artist and Other

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
  • Cityscape/Urban
  • Geographical
  • Interiors
  • Landscape
  • Portrait/Figurative
  • Seascape/Water
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My work has been described as having a richness of colours with a Pollock style, depicting the Abstract Expressionist movement.

Helen Lack

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