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August 22nd 2015
A number of our artist’s work has a very graphic feel about it. We have selected six of them and talk about their diverse imagery below. There can be a fine line - excuse the pun - between art and design, and a number of our artists, many of whom have also flirted with design in one form or another during their career, have blurred that line to create stunning graphic works.
July 23rd 2015
Due to their popularity with collectors, James Hunter’s original paintings are rarely available, so we’re pleased to be presenting today his latest canvas Pseudoccinea. James continues to take an ‘automatic drawing’ approach - where marks are made without a conscious idea about what form the final structure will take - while using a palette of colours influenced by the Damien Hirst spot paintings he used to create before becoming a practicing artist himself.
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August 7th 2015
Ross Holden’s ‘Static’ series sees the artist take fragments of photographs taken whilst travelling the world, and piece them together to make collage style works.
August 14th 2015
With a number of her print works in the V&A’s permanent collection, and a hand-coloured etching in this year’s Royal Academy Summer show, Marcelle Hanselaar is one of the most accomplished printmakers working in Britain today.
July 31st 2015
For her new series of work, Josie McCoy focuses on positive and empowered female characters from film and television. One of the many things that’s so great about Josie McCoy’s paintings is that they move with the times.
August 29th 2015
Henrik Simonsen’s new screenprint edition Red Leaves sees the artist use a vibrant colour palette of turquoise and red combined with more organic tones to illustrate and explore the delicate and fragile nature of all things living.
September 7th 2013
Usually with works of art, the unsaid rule is generally to ‘look but don’t touch’. Helen Barff’s new sculptural works however are different. Consisting of stones she’s found on the shores of the Thames near to her home which she’s then covered in felt, these objects are intended to be picked up and handled (providing hands are clean!).
 
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In today’s article we look back at the Eyestorm editions released during the first six months of 2015. Read it at http://t.co/HQMwcpkJ6H
#HenrikSimonsen explore the delicate nature of all things living in the new print 'Red leaves' in today's article http://t.co/aRL5U0889I
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