The current exhibition commenced in October 2018
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Andrew Palmer MA (RCA) is a contemporary artist living and working in Cornwall, UK. His dramatic, emotionally charged paintings skillfully capture the light and atmosphere of the wild Cornish coast. Andrew Palmer. Artists Statement. April 2012. "I am very influenced by the sea and have always been fascinated by its power and ever changing moods. I immerse myself in the dramatic land and seascapes that surround me in Cornwall and initially make studies,in oil on canvas or board, painting quickly using bold and vigorous brushstrokes to express my subjective response to the location. In the studio I work from these studies on larger paintings which are often more abstract and expressive, while still conveying the atmosphere and specific sense of place of the original subject."
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Inspired by the Sussex landscape and coastline, Faye’s paintings capture those fleeting moments of light, movement and feelings. Faye mark makes by using objects found during beach-combing adventures, from fisherman's knots and driftwood to feathers and bottle tops. These tactile objects are used as tools, to make brushes or pens to print and scratch the paintings. Together with the layering of paint and ink, charcoal and pencil the technique produces contemporary sea and landscape. The paintings are timeless and conjure distant memories.
Gabriel di Mauro
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Born in Manchester, 1996, I have recently graduated from the University of Brighton after studying Fine Art Painting BA . My practice explores how artificial intelligence can assist in the creative process. By pairing hard edged and gestural styles, questions about the authenticity and loaded nature of the brushstroke are asked within the context of my paintings.
42 Kings Hill Ave & Control Tower
Jemma lives in Brighton UK with her husband and two children.
She has a BA in Fine Art:Painting from University of Brighton and Art PGCE from Goldsmiths College, University of London. Jemma's work has been featured in Tatler and Homes and Gardens.
Jemma creates ephemeral, atmospheric, playful paintings,
She uses gestural mark making which is a response to her life and her environment.
42 Kings Hill Ave & Control Tower
Loraine Hayes studied Fine Art Painting BA (Hons) at St Martins School of Art in London under Gillian Ayres and Ian Tyson and exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts as a New Contemporary.
These are semi abstract paintings that describe the rolling hills of the South Downs just outside Brighton, creating images that reflect a relationship with the landscape which is both joyous and personal.
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I am passionate about creativity, productivity, presence and flow.
I work with individuals and small groups to help them get unstuck, grow their capacity and make more time for what they really, really want to be doing.
As an artist and a person who loves to get things done, I've discovered the need for both a right brain and a left brain approach. I adore being wildly creative and as such I am a proliferator - I generate masses of ideas and images - but I have found that without structure it all gets messy and out of control. So, as well as creating art and ideas, over the years, I've learned tools and strategies to get organised, keep motivated, and get stuff done.
I coach, teach, educate and train. I've worked with creative entrepreneurs, academics, digital agencies, councils, media corporations and universities.
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Jane Bohane is a materials-led, experimental artist that works predominately with glass in a most unusual & unique way.
Working from within a rural studio in The Surrey Hills, the changing light can not help but influence her work.
Whilst studying drawing at Camberwell College of Art, work evolved when challenged to “put the pencil aside” & look at drawing in a different way.. so began a love of sculpture. Glass quickly became the preferred material & on graduating her work evolved into medium & large sculptures, designed for outdoor spaces.
Pieces are often constructed within precise rigid Corten & mirrored Stainless Steel frames enclosing an individual combination of glass shards or splinters. The glass is all hand-cut by Jane & the edge kept raw, exploiting its jagged beauty.
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Suzanne Hennegrave is a semi-abstract, contemporary landscape painter and a teacher. She is inspired by the land, sea and big skies. She paints in oils and mixed-media from memory and experience and her work is developed using artistic intuition.
Her greatest loves are atmospheric weather and fleeting light and this she tries to capture in her work, through her own emotional response. She hopes that her paintings will encourage viewers to foster a greater appreciation of their natural surroundings also.
Suzanne Hennegrave holds the prestigious position of Head of Art at Ashdown House, previously held by Harold Mockford.
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It all started over 15 years ago when I was on holiday in Croatia and someone I met through a mutual friend needed help in turning over a large glass panel. When I saw it, it was love at first sight. I returned to my native Hungary, did a course and set up my business. I worked with interior designers and architects on larger commissions, such as bank branches, solicitors’ offices, health clinics and private residences.
In 2008 I moved to the United Kingdom, the country of fascinating hedges, chimneys and stained glass art. I’ve been lucky to be able to continue working with glass - I’d like to help preserve this country’s traditional glass art and I also hope to make my own modest contribution to British contemporary glass art. I work in a studio in a wonderful and inspiring garden in Buckland, Surrey. I do not have opening hours in my studio, so please contact me to make an appointment.
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