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.

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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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    Alberto Fusco

    Alberto Fusco creates wall panels made up with folded and manipulated paper. The intricately folded paper is transformed into textural geometrical forms becoming sculptural pieces in their own right.

    In recent years his work has developed and is widely exhibited and is included in several corporate collections.

    His work is often displayed behind a perspex cover to protect the artwork from damage and the ingress of dust. This also gives the artwork a jewel like property.

    Alberto Fusco now concentrates on site specific commissions for both corporate and private collections.

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    ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

    Selected Exhibitions

    • Nobel Gallery
    • Art for Youth
    • TAG Fine Art Gallery
    • Will’s Art Gallery
    • Mark Jason Gallery
    • Tribe 16
    • Art Maze
    • Medice Gallery

    Selected Commissions

    • Advent International
    • THM

    ARTIST SUMMARY

    Categories:

    • Installations
    • Wall Panels

    Mediums:

    • Mixed Media
    • Printed Paper Folded and set into Panel

    Subject Matter:

    • Abstract
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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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        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

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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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            Thurle Wright

            Thurle Wright works with books, maps and words on paper.

            Her delicate paper reconstructions stem from an interest in the systems and structures of language. As well as the ordering of knowledge and the collecting, storing and accessing of words.

            She cuts, folds, weaves and stitches lines of words into a new visual format. Traces of the original mingle with personal, often playful or poetic interpretations.

            Originally from Zimbabwe, Thurle works from her studio in Folkestone’s Creative Quarter.

            She has exhibited widely both in the UK and internationally, including Collect2019 at the Saatchi Gallery, the Bookarts Triennial in Lithuania, Deptford X, and Brussels Art on Paper.

            Numerous residencies include work for the V&A Museum of Childhood, Perth Central School of Art and Design, Camberwell Arts and various schools and colleges in the UK.

            Her work is held public and private collections including Brisbane State Library

            ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

            • Selected Exhibitions
            • Saatchi Gallery – Collect 2019
            • Bookarts Triennial – Lithuania
            • Deptford X
            • Brussels Art on Paper

            Selected Residencies

            • V&A – Museum of Childhood
            • Perth Central School of Art
            • Camberwell Arts

            Work in many Public and Private Collections including Brisbane State Library.

            ARTIST SUMMARY

            Categories:

            • Sculpture
            • Installations
            • Wall Panels

            Sculpture Type:

            • Interior

            Mediums:

            • Installation
            • Paper/Paper Pulp
            • Sculpture – Mixed Media
            • Sculpture – Mobile

            Subject Matter:

            • Abstract
            • Architectural
            • Geographical
            • Historical
            • Geometric
            • Patterned
            • Text-based
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            My delicate paper reconstructions stem from an interest in the systems and structures of language. As well as the ordering of knowledge and the collecting, storing and accessing of words.

            Thurle Wright

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              Dominic Pote

              Dominic Pote is an artist working somewhere between the film maker and the still photographer. His exposures lasting as long as he keeps moving. Framed by the physical act of walking, his images are both literal and metaphorical journeys. Movements through space so that there remains something of the organic feel of their making. His work reveals the underlying spiritual significance of place. Whether an open landscape or the middle of a city, he presents us with the human experience. That which lies between movement and stillness, between the visible and invisible, between time and eternity.

              Dominic Pote studied Photography at Nottingham Trent University from 1997 – 2000 where he attained a 1st class honours degree in Photography in Europe. During his second year his study was divided between two European institutes: Die Hochschule fur Grafik und Buchkunst – Leipzig, Germany and Famu School of film and photography, Prague, Czech Republic

              Dominic’s large-scale works have been placed in many private homes as well as public and private collections. Commissioners of his work include Barclays Bank, The British Council and P&O.

              ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

              Education

              • Nottingham Trent – BA Hons Photography in Europe
              • Die Hochschule fur Grafik und Buchkunst – Leipzig
              • Famu School of film and photography, Prague

              Selected Exhibitions

              • Art Moorehouse, London
              • Envie d’Art Gallery, Paris
              • Shorelines, Hellenic Centre
              • Woolff Gallery, Shoreditch

              Selected Commissions

              • Birmingham Queen Elizabeth Hospital
              • Scarborough Hospital
              • Salisbury Hospital
              • Gloucester Royal Hospital
              • Goscote Monumental Art Project

              ARTIST SUMMARY

              Categories:

              • Photography
              • Wall Panels

              Mediums:

              • Photography
              • Photography Printed on Panels

              Subject Matter:

              • Abstract
              • Architectural
              • Landscape
              • Seascape/Water
              • Cityscape/Urban
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              My work reveals the underlying spiritual significance of place. That which lies between movement and stillness, between the visible and invisible, between time and eternity.

              Dominic Pote

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                Chris Wood

                Chris Wood’s medium is light. She uses a range of high and low-tech optical materials to harness patterns of light that suggest ephemeral glimpsed moments in the natural world.

                Her sculptures are simple arrangements creating kinetic patterns in response to the environments in which they are placed. Her work brings a wistful romanticism to a minimalist aesthetic. Chris Wood orders the accidental and makes us reflect on the experience of seeing.

                After studying Furniture Design at Middlesex University in the mid 1980s. She then went on to study glass at the Royal College of Art, where she worked on architectural scale projects dealing with light and space.

                Chris Wood produces innovative installations for gallery exhibition. She has shown extensively throughout the UK and internationally. Her work is represented in a number of private collections as well as the Shanghai Museum of Glass.

                She also produces work to commission and has created works for Fendi Fashion House, Great Ormond Street Hospital, Premier Inn Hotel and a Scandinavian cruise ship. Chris is currently working on her largest project to date in Taiwan.

                ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

                Education

                • Middlesex University – Furniture Design
                • Royal Collage of Art – Glass Design

                Selected Commissions

                • 2019 – Nangang Exhibition Centre – Taipei
                • 2019 – Light Pattern – Park Lane, London
                • 2018 – Great Ormond Street Hospital Facade
                • 2018 – Lade School, Trondheim
                • 2017 – Mein Schiff 6 – Cruise Liner
                • 2016 – ‘Hues of Light’ for Fendi Fashion – Paris, London, Milan & New York
                • 2015 – Shanghai Museum of Glass

                ARTIST SUMMARY

                Categories:

                • Sculpture
                • Installations
                • Wall Panels
                • Glass

                Sculpture Type:

                • Exterior
                • Interior

                Glass Type:

                • Dichroic Glass Wall Panels

                Mediums:

                • Installations
                • Light
                • Mixed Media
                • Sculpture – Mixed Media
                • Sculpture – Glass

                Subject Matter:

                • Abstract
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                My sculptures are simple arrangements creating kinetic patterns in response to the environments in which they are placed.

                Chris Wood

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                  Claire Burke

                  Claire Burke’s current work is the culmination of 20 years dedication to making beautiful abstract statements. Meditative, tranquil compositions playing with the picture plane with the suggestion of a horizon and landscape. Two textured surfaces juxtaposed, the subtle differences between them emphasised by their apparent simplicity, the work revealing itself to be deceptively detailed upon more prolonged examination. The work is fashioned from Gold and Silver Leaf. The timeless nature of the precious metals and the fascination they hold, adding to the works allure.

                  A truly international artist, Claire’s work has been sourced for clients both private and corporate. Examples include a gorgeous private ski chalet, The Four Seasons Royal Suite in Riyadh, the cruise ship Brittania, private yachts and of course many beautiful homes. Kleinwort Benson has acquired a significant work for their collection.

                  Claire graduated from Falmouth School of Art for her foundation, progressed immediately to Central St. Martins to complete her BA(Hons) Painting in 1994 and has never looked back.

                  Unusually by today’s standards, Claire’s degree show sold out and she was able to continue her career as soon as she graduated. Some of those early relationships with Galleries and Dealers still exist today.

                  Claire’s work has been exhibited on a global scale in Miami, New York, Switzerland, Singapore and Hong Kong. Claire continues to work with a broad network within the art sector, including interior designers, galleries and consultants.

                  Much of Claire’s work is now acquired by commission from her purpose built studio and her new works are in high demand.

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                  ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

                  Education

                  • 1990 – Falmouth School of Art
                  • 1991-1994 – Central St Martins

                  Selected Commissions

                  • Four Seasons Riyadh – Royal Suite
                  • Kleinwort Benson
                  • Cruise Ship – Britannia
                  • Private Yachts
                  • Ski Chalets and Beautiful Homes

                  Exhibitions

                  • New York
                  • Miami
                  • Hong Kong
                  • Singapore
                  • Switzerland
                  • London

                  Work available mainly by commission.

                  ARTIST SUMMARY

                  Categories:

                  • Installations
                  • Wall Panels

                  Mediums:

                  • Gilded Panels
                  • Distressed Wall Panels

                  Subject Matter:

                  • Abstract
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                  The work is fashioned from Gold and Silver Leaf. The timeless nature of the precious metals and the fascination they hold, adding to the works allure.

                  Claire Burke

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                    Mark Beattie MRSS

                    Mark Beattie MRSS is a British award winning sculptor who lives and works in London.

                    In 2015, Mark won the Midlands Open, The Xerxes Sculpture Prize and was elected a Member of The Royal Society of Sculptors (MRSS). In 2017 Mark was shortlisted for the Open Contemporary Young Artist Award run by the Biscuit Factory Gallery in Newcastle and long-listed for The Secret Art Prize by Curious Duke Gallery and also for the international Rise Art Prize.

                    Working with various metals in all their contrasting properties of texture and finish, Mark can make industrial materials appear fluid, malleable and delicate. He continues to study different metals, looking at ways to manipulate and add movement to the material.

                    Over the past 3 years Mark has been developing ways in which neon and LED’s can complement his sculptures, adding to the movement of a piece and catching the viewer’s eye.

                    Mark has a strong academic background in art, having studied a BA Hons (International) in Contemporary Art Practice at Leeds University, with a period at the Australian National University at Canberra, and after an MA in European Arts Practice at Kingston University, Surrey. To date he has now exhibited in over 60 exhibitions, solo and group and has a strong following from collectors both in the UK and abroad.

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                    ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

                    • 2018-Commissioned by Art Contact for the London Digestive Clinic

                    SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

                    • 2019 – London Art Fair
                    • 2019 – Battersea Affordable Art Fair
                    • 2019 – The Other Art Fair
                    • 2018 – London Art Fair
                    • 2018 – Capital Club, Dubai
                    • 2018 – Eight from Nyne, Park Lane, London
                    • 2018 – Henley Festival
                    • 2017 – Young Artist Award
                    • 2017 – ‘Orbital’, Cafe Royal Hotel, London
                    • 2017 – The Other Art Fair, London
                    • 2016 – Artists of the Future, London
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                    ARTIST SUMMARY

                    Categories:

                    • Sculpture
                    • Wall Panels

                    Sculpture Type:

                    • Exterior
                    • Interior
                    • Tabletop

                    Mediums:

                    • Sculpture – Metal-Fabricated
                    • Sculpture – Mixed Media
                    • Sculpture – Light

                    Subject Matter:

                    • Abstract
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                    I strive to make industrial materials appear fluid, malleable and delicate and continue to study different metals, looking at ways to manipulate and add movement to the material.

                    Mark Beattie

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