Carl Rowe

Carl Rowe studied Fine Art at Manchester Polytechnic, graduating with an MA in 1985. He currently lives in Norwich and is a former Associate Professor and Course Leader in Fine Art at Norwich University of the Arts. He is an artist member and studio holder at OUTPOST in Norwich and is also a member of the Printmakers Council. Carl Rowe has an international profile as both an artist and an academic. His work has been exhibited widely in the UK as well as in Germany, Spain, Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Canada, US, Estonia, Japan, Malaysia and Egypt. In addition to studio production he has also worked on public art including billboards, print portfolios and hospital art. In 2018 Rowe was commissioned by Hospital Rooms to make work for Woodlands Mental Health Unit at Ipswich Hospital and is currently engaged in a new project with Hospital Rooms.

“My art switches back and forth between an engagement with socio-political issues and subconscious renderings.

I can’t escape my concern for the wrongdoing in the world and within my art a surface layer of humour, absurdity and the arcane masks a strong undercurrent of concern for humanity. When I ease off the direct engagement with current affairs, symbols, objects and graphic devices float up from somewhere in my memory and arrange themselves in unlikely compositions.”

Carl Rowe works with both paint, sculpture and print process. The materials that I use are often intrinsically connected with the images they portray such as the work Drool, an installation made with ink containing herbs and spices from the G20 countries and the Serbian paprika used in Deprecated Location, a screen print depicting Archduke Franz Ferdinand. Recent paintings, drawings, sculptures and prints present an obsession with clay pipe fragments, hazard warnings, cylindrical containers and clouds of particulates.

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ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Exhibited:

  • United Kingdom
  • Germany
  • Spain
  • Portugal
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Canada
  • United States
  • Estonia
  • Japan
  • Malaysia
  • Egypt

Commissions:

  • Hotel Rooms for Woodlands Mental Health Unit, Ipswich

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Paintings
  • Prints
  • Sculptures
  • Installations

Mediums:

  • Collage
  • Mixed Mediums
  • Paintings on Canvas, Panel and Paper
  • Sculpture – Mixed Mediums, Recycled Materials and Wood

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
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My art switches back and forth between an engagement with socio-political issues and subconscious renderings. I can’t escape my concern for the wrongdoing in the world and within my art a surface layer of humour, absurdity and the arcane masks a strong undercurrent of concern for humanity.

Carl Rowe

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    Hetty Haxworth

    Oxford born, Hetty Haxworth studied at the Glasgow School of Art and has exhibited widely in the UK and abroad. Her work has been shown at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, the Royal Scottish Academy and the Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts, The Scottish Society of Artists and selected touring shows to Ohio, Australia, LA, Denmark and Brussels. She now lives and works from a studio in rural Aberdeenshire, Scotland.

    Hetty Haxworth draws her inspiration from the ever changing colours and shapes of the Aberdeenshire landscape. As the countryside alters with the seasons, the work responds to transient shifts of light, capturing moments in colour.

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    ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

    Selected Commissions:

    • Presbyterian Hospital – New York
    • John Lewis Restaurant – London

    Selected Exhibitions:

    • Royal Academy Summer Show – London
    • Society of Scottish Artists – Edinburgh
    • Glasgow Print Studio
    • O3 Gallery – Oxford
    • Brechin Town House Museum – Angus
    • Tatha Gallery – Newport-on-Tay
    • Rheded Centre – Penrith
    • Glasgow Print Studio

    ARTIST SUMMARY

    Categories:

    • Prints
    • Paintings

    Mediums:

    • Paintings on Board
    • Prints – Artist
    • Painting Reliefs

    Subject Matter:

    • Abstract
    • Landscapes

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    The ever changing colours and shapes of the Aberdeenshire landscape is the inspiration for my work. As the countryside alters with the seasons, the work responds to transient shifts of light, capturing moments in colour.

    Hetty Haxworth

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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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        Artful Dodger

        Artful Dodger is widely credited with being one of the first Aerosol Writers/Urban Artists to emerge from the UK, serving as an influence to some of today’s top UK Urban Artists. Over the years, he has evolved professionally to have clients which include the BBC, Channel 4, EA Games, LucasFilm (Star Wars), MTV, The South Bank Show, as well as a well-known breakfast cereal.

        On the community arts side of his portfolio, he has a strong background in both organising and facilitating a variety of creative mural projects and workshops. Working mainly in inner cities with disadvantaged youth and other young people (through children’s arts charities such as SP8 Of The Art).

        He has also been involved in projects in the US, Italy, France, Spain, Hungary, Romania and Ukraine, as well as all over the UK. One of his projects on the now fallen Aylesbury Estate in SE London, even won an award from the late Princess of Wales.

        Employing an eclectic palette of media, ranging from spray-paint and acrylics to pastels and graphics tablets, he takes the inspiration for his paintings from the intrinsic beauty of nature, as well as a vast range of musical styles, urban and pop culture influences. Along with this, he describes his work as being a combination of ‘liquid light’ and ‘visual music’.

        ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

        Selected Commissions:

        • Adios Cancer
        • House of Commons – Portrait of Deputy Speaker
        • Heathrow Airport
        • How Hip-Hop Changed the World – C4
        • London College of Communication
        • Advent Europe
        • Flash Film Festival – Barcelona
        • ExCel Centre – London
        • BBC
        • EA Games
        • LucasFilm (Star Wars)
        • MTV
        • The South Bank Show

        ARTIST SUMMARY

        Categories:

        • Paintings
        • Prints – Artist
        • Digital
        • Wall Panels
        • Other – Murals

        Mediums:

        • Digital
        • Mixed Media
        • Paintings on Canvas & Paper
        • Photomontage
        • Spray paint Graffiti
        • Video/Film

        Subject Matter:

        • Abstract
        • Architectural
        • Cityscape/Urban
        • Interiors
        • Music
        • Portrait/Figurative
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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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            David Dodsworth

            David Dodsworth is a well established artist. The most common question he is asked is; “what kind of thing do you do”? The answer is always a different, generally reflecting the most recent works that he has been involved with.

            In previous work he has looked closely at the imagery of prehistory, and calligraphy in many different language systems, using paint and print.

            A commission for a series of glass bowls and sculptures being made in Los Angeles took his work in a totally new direction.

            David Dodsworth has a wide range of interests and many of the pieces are derived from nature, architecture, and geometric composition. However, some things; his love of music, and its resonance for instance, is best expressed abstractly.

            His approach is best described as eclectic (n) one who uses a method or approach that is composed of elements drawn from various sources or (in art) selecting what seems best from various styles, doctrines, ideas, methods, etc.

            At the moment he is looking at the way that technology and digitisation can be used to obscure, reveal, or degenerate a figurative image, combined with layers of consciousness.

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            ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

            Selected Exhibitions:

            Many Solo Exhibitions most notably in:

            • UK
            • Japan
            • South Africa
            • USA

            Selected Commissions:

            • Elton John
            • Deutsche Bank
            • Nomura, Japan
            • JP Morgan

            Lectures in:

            • UK
            • USA

            ARTIST SUMMARY

            Categories:

            • Paintings
            • Prints

            Other Categories:

            • Glass – Sculptural Bowls

            Mediums:

            • Paintings on Canvas
            • Paintings on Panels
            • Paintings on Paper
            • Prints – Artist Limited Editions

            Subject Matter:

            • Abstract
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            At the moment I am looking at the way that technology and digitisation can be used to obscure reveal or degenerate a figurative image combined with layers of consciousness.

            David Dodsworth

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              Susan Andreae

              Susan Andreae is a sculptor and printmaker based in London.

              Having grown up in London, she is fascinated by the complexity of living in the city – the crowds, commuters, architecture and energy of urban life.

              She also travels frequently to Southern Italy and is inspired by the simplicity of the ancient architecture and colours of the Mediterranean.

              Ideas evolve for Susan Andreae from things she sees and experiences and always from drawings made in situ, which start the creative process. She then experiments with techniques of layering using multiple images superimposed to arrive at a final image, eluding to the passing of time and historical change.

              ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

              Selected Exhibitions

              • Royal Academy, London
              • Mall Galleries, London
              • The Salthouse Gallery, St Ives
              • Hiscox Gallery
              • Royal West of England Academy
              • The Affordable Art Fair
              • Brunel University
              • Hicks Gallery, London

              Selected Commissions

              • BT
              • 3i plc
              • MCI Communications
              • Villeroy & Boch Tableware

              ARTIST SUMMARY

              Categories:

              • Prints
              • Sculpture

              Sculpture Type:

              • Interior
              • Tabletop

              Mediums:

              • Prints – Artist-Etchings
              • Sculpture – Metal-Cast
              • Sculpture – Concrete/Plaster/Ceramic

              Subject Matter:

              • Abstract
              • Architectural
              • Landscape
              • Urban
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              Having grown up in London, I am fascinated by the complexity of living in the city – the crowds, commuters, architecture and energy of urban life.

              Susan Andreae

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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.

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                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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                  Michelle House

                  Michelle House is an abstract artist with over 20 year’s experience creating unique textile artworks and digital art prints. Her inspiration comes from the patterns and geometry within architecture. As well as the physical mixing and layering of colours, the texture of cloth and the print process.

                  Michelle House moved from painting and collage on paper to applying the same approach with textiles. Taking photographs and making drawings, she then edits and designs on a computer, before transferring her photographic images to silkscreens.

                  Michelle uses screens in conjunction with hand-cut stencils as a palette from which to select and build up her final composition. Using imagery and colour in an abstract way to create focal points, balance and space.

                  The dye’s and pigments, in combinations of transparent and opaque layers, are screen-printed and painted on to differently textured fabrics, which are then meticulously sewn together to make a single piece, or series of related works.

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                  ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

                  Selected Exhibitions

                  • Bankfield Museum – Halifax
                  • Ruthin Crafts Centre
                  • London Design Festival
                  • Collect – Saatchi Gallery
                  • Dulwich Picture Gallery

                  Selected Commissions

                  • British Academy
                  • Ham Yard Hotel
                  • Peter Jones
                  • Broomfield Hospital
                  • Hove Polyclinic
                  • Davis Polk Wardwell, Paris
                  • Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein

                  ARTIST SUMMARY

                  Categories:

                  • Prints
                  • Digital
                  • Wall Panels
                  • Textiles & Rugs

                  Textile Type:

                  • Textiles
                  • Wall Hangings
                  • Rugs

                  Mediums:

                  • Collage
                  • Digital
                  • Prints – Artist
                  • Prints – Other

                  Subject Matter:

                  • Abstract
                  • Architectural
                  • Cityscape/Urban
                  • Interiors
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                  My inspiration comes from the patterns and geometry within architecture. As well as the physical mixing and layering of colours, the texture of cloth and the print process.

                  Michelle House

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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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