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.

Current Artworks

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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Hugh Hamshaw Thomas

Hugh Hamshaw Thomas received critical acclaim in the 1990’s for his large scale installations that categorised found plastic flowers into pseudo botanical collections. These works explored ideas of mortality, trace and memory through a finely balanced play of what was being represented through simulacra.

Recent work continues the reconfiguration of pictorial and historical associations through digitally manipulated photographs of Landscape that pose challenges to how seeing is mediated by the language of art.

The work of Hugh Hamshaw Thomas depicts intimate picturesque scenes familiar to the decorative arts, trees meeting waters edge of pond or river quoting the arcadian, idealised representations of historical contexts.

In so doing pictorial conventions of colour schema and style are exposed as the signifiers of meaning.

There is a subtle negotiation of how experience, memory, nostalgia and cliche are embedded within the pictorial conventions of what Landscape depiction is so often associated.

There is an imbued sense of dwelling with nature as the mirror. Nature and our gaze on it as the mediation as to the viewers place in what we experience and how we represent it.

Current Artworks

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Exhibitions:

  • 2018 Summer Exhibition – Royal Academy
  • 2018 Woolwich Print Fair
  • 2019 GBS Fine Art – London Art Fair
  • 2019 GBS Fine Art – FFS – Saachi Gallery
  • 2019 Woolwich Art Fair
  • 2020 GBS Fine Art – London Art Fair

Recent Publications:

  • 2019 Featured in the Sunday Times

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Prints
  • Photography
  • Digital

Mediums:

  • Digital
  • Photography
  • Prints – Other
  • Textiles – Wallhangings

Subject Matter:

  • Historical
  • Landscape
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Jad Oakes

London-based Jad Oakes explores the possibilities of photography and the moving image for sculptural installations, prints and photogravures.

His works are presented as collections or bodies of work that are connected by their process, theme and technique. The main thread that ties these bodies of works together is a fascination with memory and time.

Since 2014 he has developed and nurtured an ongoing series of small scale silent looping film installations housed in wooden sculptures titled Vessels.

Condensed Vessel Videos:

Dreams of Somewhere Else
Moonscape 50
Memory Vessel

Using timbers of Oak, Walnut and Bog Oak these moving image sculptures seek to connect with the viewer by projecting them into an alternative space and time.

Of the Vessels series he notes a desire to “create intimate emotive sculptures, enticing contemplation and memory.”

Jad Oakes was awarded the Aesthetica Prize at the 2019 ING Discerning Eye Exhibition.

Current Artworks

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Exhibitions

2019

  • Discerning Eye Aesthetica Award
  • ING Discerning Eye – Mall Galleries
  • Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair

2018

  • Residues – By Other Means Gallery, London
  • ING Discerning Eye – Mall Galleries
  • Meet the Members – London Print Studio
  • Identity – Kindred Studios, London

2017

  • Unique Beauty – Cupola Contemporary Art, Sheffield
  • Affordable Art Fair, London
  • Portrait 17 – Degree Art, London

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Prints
  • Photography
  • Sculpture

Sculpture Type:

  • Interior
  • Tabletop

Medium:

  • Collage
  • Digital
  • Mixed Media
  • Photography
  • Photomontage
  • Prints – Artist
  • Prints – Other
  • Sculpture – Wood
  • Sculpture – Other
  • Video/Film

Subject:

  • Historical
  • Landscape
  • Portrait/Figurative
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Lucy Cooper

Lucy Cooper is a London-based artist and print maker whose current work explores the theme of reflection. Water reflections feature in many of her prints, while reflection in the broader sense of contemplation and consideration also runs through her art.

Lucy’s prints invariably feature everyday sights of her local Docklands neighbourhood, which she photographs and then develops digitally. With a lifelong fascination with water and its constantly changing colours, textures and moods, she is particularly interested in the way light plays on the surface of water and the distortions made by reflections in water and glass.

Recent work exploring reflections, colours and patterns in contemporary London architecture expands this to the built environment. Exploiting the seemingly infinite possibilities and potential of working digitally, Lucy Cooper explores unusual and often unexpected combinations of colour and pattern, transforming the original photograph into a semi-abstract artwork inviting the viewer to consider the subject from a different perspective.

These images are then output as limited edition fine art giclée prints.

Current Artworks

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Exhibitions:

  • Southbank Printmakers, Gabriels Wharf, London
  • Crystal Palace Artists Open House
  • The Douglas Fir, Crystal Palace, London
  • Elizabeth James Gallery, London
  • The Paxton Centre, Crystal Palace

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories

  • Prints
  • Photography
  • Digital

Medium:

  • Digital
  • Photography
  • Prints – Artist

Subject Matter:

  • Architectural
  • Cityscape/Urban
  • Seascape/Water
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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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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.

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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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.

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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Julia Brooker

Julia Brooker paints on aluminium because she was seduced by the way it reflects light off its metal surface through veils of transparent colour. She revels in the sumptuousness of paint as it sits on the cool surface and is driven in the attempt to make beautiful paintings.

Some of her paintings have the instant appeal of vivid jewel like colours. Others are more subtle and layer veils of sepia, black, white and grey. Increasingly she combines drawing with painting to make multi layered paintings.

‘When the viewer gets close I hope they will enjoy the tiny accidental droplets that fall, the ‘hand-made-ness’ of the paintings. Closeness should offer up more, a desire to touch the surface, a stillness.’

Julia Brooker studied ceramics before she became a painter. Those luscious crystalline glazed surfaces like cake icing on coarse clay, and her love of gorgeous textiles are both reflected in the surface qualities of her paintings. She finds ways to weave layers of paint and textures together. Julia is always pleased by the way people want to touch her paintings to see how they feel.

Current Artworks

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Exhibitions

  • Oita Art Museum, Japan
  • Orie Gallery, Tokyo
  • Van der Plas Gallery, New York
  • Curwen Gallery, London

Selected Commissions

  • Nijubashi Building, Tokyo
  • Pier Hotel, Hong Kong
  • LifeHub@UpBund, Shanghai
  • Institute of Chartered Accountants, London
  • European Finance Centre, Hangzhou, China
  • USB Bank, Hong Kong
  • Exchange Tower, Canary Wharf, London

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Paintings
  • Wall Panels

Mediums:

  • Painting on Panels
  • Acrylic Paint on Aluminium Panels

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
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'When the viewer gets close I hope they will enjoy the tiny accidental droplets that fall, the 'hand-made-ness' of the paintings. Closeness should offer up more, a desire to touch the surface, a stillness.'

Julia Brooker

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Allan Forsyth

Allan Forsyth (b. 1971) is a photographic artist based in London. Forsyth’s work explores a breadth of themes, reflected in the range of techniques he employs. Analogue and digital exposures taken by the artist exist in his work, alongside computer generated imagery, photograms, and photographic collages from historic magazines and vintage postcards.

Forsyth’s work conveys his love of the drama of nature, seeking to expand the beauty of natural forms that we sometimes overlook in everyday life showing an extra dimension in his work. The resulting works are mesmerising, vivid images of flora and fauna created by Forsyth using various photographic techniques to enhance colour and create movement.

Allan Forsyth often uses extensive digital manipulation in editing his images, resulting in a photographic aesthetic that is highly stylised and immediately recognisable. He identifies himself as ‘an artist that uses photography’ rather than a photographer, emphasising the importance of the image over the tools and processes. This move away from the camera has also led Forsyth to explore camera-less photo imaging techniques like the photogram, a Victorian Era process in which light projected onto photosensitive paper captures the silhouette of an object placed in front of it.

Current Artworks

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Exhibitions & Collections

  • Exhibited and Collected Internationally

Awards

  • Certificate of Commendation at RHS Chelsea Flower Show
  • Best Landscape for Brooklyn at the Royal West of England Academy, Bristol
  • ICON Art & Design Award

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Photography

Mediums:

  • Photography
  • Photomontage
  • Photograms

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
  • Animal/Botanical
  • Still Life
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My work conveys my love of the drama of nature, seeking to expand the beauty of natural forms that we sometimes overlook in everyday life showing an extra dimension in his work.

Allan Forsyth

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Jonet Harley-Peters

Jonet Harley-Peters takes the natural world as her starting point. She interpret the effects of light on plants water and earth. As well as the shapes and shadows that float on the surface of fragile and changing nature.

‘I’ve always been drawn to symmetry and pattern and first started to explore geometry and proportion in my last year at Art school. Part of my childhood was spent in East Africa and the rest on the edge of Dartmoor. Africa gave me colour, pattern and red earth – while Dartmoor was full of mood, mist and water.’

Jonet works with basic geometry using raw pigments and photography to make low relief constructions and photo-montage. Her work is based on what I see in the natural world.

‘I take photographs and cut shapes to produce fragments and then take what I need to reconstruct to make a new ‘version’ and tell a new story. I am currently using triangles but my response varies due to the demands of the material.’

Raw pigments have an intensity of colour and photo-montage shows the extraordinary detail and texture of the natural world. Simple geometric patterns provide a solid structure on which to base explorations with colour and image.

Jonet Harley-Peters works mainly in low relief construction with curved and cut shapes backed with heavy weight paper and cardboard , when mounted the constructed shapes appear to float away from the surface. All the work is box framed .

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Commissions

  • Bank of England
  • British Telecom
  • Paintings in Hospitals
  • Homerton Hospital
  • Central Middlesex Hospital
  • Reuters
  • Chelsea Harbour Club
  • William Morris Gallery
  • Bury Museum & Gallery
  • Sheridan Gallery
  • Pump House Gallery

I have exhibited widely but now work mainly to commission.

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Photography
  • Other

Mediums:

  • Photography
  • Photo montage
  • Low Relief Construction

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
  • Animal/Botanical
  • Still Life
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I take photographs and cut shapes to produce fragments and then take what I need to reconstruct to make a new 'version' and tell a new story.

Jonet Harley-Peters

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