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Erdy

Thursday, July 20th, 2017

Erdy is a versatile multi medium artist ranging from traditional Art practices such as Painting and Sculpture to Digital practices such as Animation and Graphics.

His art is informed by movements and memory, embracing what is there in front of him and dissecting it to understand the hows, whys and why nots of what is. Language often does not do this nor imagery justice. Which is why he continues to cross medium boundaries to find, see, acknowledge, express and bring to others the world around him in a different light. The idea is to ponder and learn from others view. The gift of awareness through each of our subjective perceptions.

Contact >> art@erdy.com

www.erdy.com

www.erdyvision.co

Sharon Campbell

Wednesday, October 19th, 2016

Sharon Campbell is co-creator of the award winning ‘The Chandelier Of Lost Earrings’.

Currently collaborating with Rachel Ramchurn on the project ‘A Pocket Full Of Treasures’.

Sharon’s work is motivated by the storytelling and narrative possibilities of personal everyday notions and objects, which resonate and connect with people. The aim is to create transformational works, which draw out the extraordinary from the ordinary, to speak of a sense of place, identity and community.

Sharon works in the field of contemporary visual art and architectural glass design, creating process led public artworks which focus on engaging with people, local communities and building relationships.

Sharon has worked in schools, hospitals and community centres, libraries and galleries.

sharonkdoc@yahoo.co.uk

http://www.axisweb.org/p/sharoncampbell/

https://twitter.com/skdocampbell

Images  credits:

Summer House – ©McCoy_Wynne

The Chandelier of Lost Earrings  – Geoff Brokate

A Pocket Full Treasures –  Jana Liggett

Samantha Orton

Wednesday, October 19th, 2016

Jude Wainwright

Tuesday, October 18th, 2016

Constance Fearn

Wednesday, September 28th, 2016

Stuart Kinlough

Wednesday, September 28th, 2016

Stuart Kinlough is a graphic illustrator and designer. He creates colourful graphic compositions with an abundance of ink, solvent transfers and the odd bit of sticky tape.

Stuart illustrates for an eclectic range of clients. He has worked extensively on illustration projects with the BBC, including large-scale wall art and installations in their London, Birmingham, Bristol and MediaCity studios. As much of his work is based around the themes of business, communications, education and science, it has been used in specialist industry publications such as The Treasurer, Architectural Record, The Exhibitor, Think Investor, Chemistry World, Nature, Law Alert and Construction Manager. His work has also appeared in various articles for Woman & Home, NPR, The Guardian, New Statesman and Wired.com amongst others.

His working process is mainly digital but it always begins with a healthy dose of experimentation and mark-making. He likes creating a chaotic mix of paint, screen prints and text, before fusing them with vintage photographic elements and bold graphic halftone layers. Approximately 85% of his images contain the colour pink.

W www.stuartkinlough.co.uk

contact@stuartkinlough.co.uk

Rosetta Ceesay

Wednesday, September 28th, 2016

A well-travelled artist, Rosetta began her art career in her teens in Northern Ireland when she painted landscapes in oil, and many psychedelic murals.  In Brisbane, Australia, in the 70’s she Tutored at Wynnum Women’s Creative Arts Centre.  Her work was regularly shown in Roma Street Forum and The Carina Gallery.

Back in Northern Ireland she worked as an Art Therapist.  In November 2011, Rosetta organized an 8 day African themed Arts Event and Charity Art Exhibition in The Civic Centre, Carrickfergus, to celebrate International Year for Peoples of African Descent.  She also exhibited “Faces of Africa” portraits there, at Belfast Zoo’s African Culture Days, and at the Flax Gallery in Newtownabbey.  The series appeared as part of “Culture World” at Belfast Mela where she ran an African Art Workshop.  Rosetta also took part in a Multicultural Art Workshop at Larne Art Centre, and demonstrated Portrait Painting Techniques at Art Club meetings there.

In Manchester she is known as an Artist Bear designer and creator.  Often working in the finest Steiff mohair, she creates one-of-a-kind fully jointed teddies which go to collectors worldwide.  She also runs African Traditional Art workshops and concentrates on Portrait painting.

rosetta.ceesay@yahoo.co.uk

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Stephen Bibby

Wednesday, September 28th, 2016

Bev Stein

Wednesday, September 28th, 2016

Robert Smith

Wednesday, September 28th, 2016
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