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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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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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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Lizzie Farey

Lizzie Farey’s intricate structures capture a still moment, a distillation and order. Calm after a storm.

Intimate forms provide a hint of the process of creation. We can see and even feel points of tension in the work. Our eye can follow the artist’s hand, the choices made in twisting and turning this flexible medium.

Born in Singapore, for the last 30 years Farey has been based in rural Galloway, in Scotland’s South West. The rural setting of home and studio are her guiding inspiration, her sensitivity with wood revealing an interaction with nature that is deeply personal.

Lizzie Farey grows much of her own pallet of artist’s materials. Planting, tending and harvesting a range of willow which is grown for both texture and colour.

Willow, it’s flow of flex and tension is often manipulated into rhythmic patterns, Artist, willow, form, each unique, reach a perfection as the work comes together, inner creative process and final form working as one.

‘My work engages with nature. I focus on recreating the essence of natural form through the medium of willow, larch, ash, hazel and other locally grown woods. Influences from Japan continue to inspire my attempts to capture the simplicity, practicality and beauty of the materials.’

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Exhibitions:

  • National Museum of Scotland
  • Edinburgh City Art Centre
  • Shipley Art Gallery – Gatehead
  • Browngrotta Arts – Connecticut
  • Internationally in – Chicago, Geneva & Berlin

Guest Artist:

  • Cheongja International Biennale – South Korea

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Sculpture
  • Wall Panels

Sculpture Type:

  • Interior

Mediums:

  • Sculpture – Wood
  • Woven Willow

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
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‘My work engages with nature. I focus on recreating the essence of natural form through the medium of willow, larch, ash, hazel and other locally grown woods. Influences from Japan continue to inspire my attempts to capture the simplicity, practicality and beauty of the materials.’

Lizzie Farey

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.

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Zac Greening

Zac Greening draws his inspiration principally from nature – ‘the ultimate sculptress’. He finds the sculptural forms created by the sun, moon, waves and trees particularly inspiring as symbols of sustainability.

He works in a wide range of media from discarded plastic bottles to organic matter. Often these materials are fused together to reinforce the aesthetic or narrative that he’s looking to express.

A narrative is created that highlights the relationship between man and the natural environment.

Common themes found in his work often abstractly express or make a comment on current issues. Issues such as sustainability, environmental degradation, or consumption. Alternatively they may simply be an expression of the marvel and awe he sees in a sunset or the kinetic and meditative experience found in the rolling of sea waves.

Zac Greening communicates and reminds the viewer of mankind’s inextricable socio-economic and spiritual link with the natural world

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Selected Commissions

Window Displays

  • Jigsaw
  • Monsoon
  • Viyella
  • Topshop

Brand Installations

  • BMW
  • Jaguar
  • Sony
  • Speedo
  • Good Energy

Available for commission of site specific artworks.

ARTIST SUMMARY

Categories:

  • Sculptures
  • Installations
  • Wall Panels

Sculpture Type:

  • Exterior
  • Interior

Medium:

  • Mixed Media
  • Recycled Materials
  • Wood
  • Other

Subject Matter:

  • Abstract
  • Animal/Botanical
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A narrative is created that highlights the relationship between man and the natural environment. Common themes found in my work often abstractly express or make a comment on current issues.

Zac Greening

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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