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FEATURED ARTWORK EXHIBITED AT 'AAF SINGAPORE' | 20 - 23 NOV
JOHN SIMPSON CARNE GRIFFITHS JACKY TSAI SOPHIE SMALLHORN HENRIK SIMONSEN WHITNEY MCVEIGH
Omega and The Bear The Escape Ginger Flower (Shanghai Tang series) Colour Wheel 5 Scarlet Map of Time
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November 12th 2014
Artist and taxidermist Polly Morgan has been shortlisted by the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington for the ‘Women to Watch 2015’ award along with other female artists Susan Derges, Jodie Carey, Dorothy Cross and Rachel Pimm.
August 27th 2014
Map of Time is our new screenprint by London-based artist Whitney McVeigh. Angie talks more about the piece below. When we first started showing Whitney McVeigh’s work at Eyestorm, perhaps ten years ago, it was primarily pieces from her ‘Heads’ series, which for her represented “a frailty beneath the complex surface of us all” and drew on references to primitive paintings.
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October 24th 2014
We’re pleased to introduce Gill Rocca’s most recent limited edition print After Equinox. Primarily a painter working in oils, Gill presents the fourth limited edition of her 20 year career, which is printed onto Somerset satin paper with a hand torn edge in an edition of 60.
November 7th 2014
Lucie Bennett’s most recent limited editions see her delve into new territories as she creates two sleek and immaculately finished works made solely from laser cut acrylic. Angie talks more about the work below.
October 3rd 2014
Colour Wheel 5 is Eyestorm’s first limited edition screenprint with Sophie Smallhorn. Best known as the artist behind the changing colour spectrum that ran around the 2012 Olympic stadium, Sophie has an obsession with colour.
November 15th 2014
Anja Niemi’s photographic works gained a fantastic response when we first introduced them back in July. Below Angie presents four new images from the series, which sees the artist cast herself as the leading character in order to explore varying female roles within society.
June 14th 2013
It’s possible to see the vibrant hues, pleasing composition and stunning scenery of Louise Sanders’ landscape works when viewing them on screen, but what’s difficult to capture is the sumptuous high gloss surface of the paint sitting on the aluminium surface.
 
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