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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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.

This will allow the selection of artworks and frames, see a visualisation of the framed artwork and include this in a portfolio for purchase.

If you would like further information about this artist or their available artworks please complete this form and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

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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

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.

This will allow the selection of artworks and frames, see a visualisation of the framed artwork and include this in a portfolio for purchase.

If you would like further information about this artist or their available artworks please complete this form and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

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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

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.

This will allow the selection of artworks and frames, see a visualisation of the framed artwork and include this in a portfolio for purchase.

If you would like further information about this artist or their available artworks please complete this form and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

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We will only use your personal information to send you information which you have requested from us. However, from time to time we may contact you with details of other services we provide. If you consent to us contacting you for this purpose please tick to confirm.

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