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November 25th 2016
Henrik Simonsen’s recent painting ‘Plant Battle’ is inspired by a garden he created as a child at his family home in Denmark. Until now Eyestorm has solely exhibited his limited editions and his first exclusive Eyestorm screenprint, Blue and Orange, was released in 2011, marking the first of eleven more which were to follow over the next five years.
September 23rd 2016
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November 11th 2016
James Hunter’s work falls into the genre of ‘automotive painting’, a practice first used by Surrealist artists and poets to express the creative force of the Unconscious in art.
November 19th 2016
London-based artist Jonathan Purday has a series of new exclusive paintings inspired by his time in Morocco. Read more about the new works below. The Majourelle gardens in Marrakech have been the inspiration for many of Jonathan Purday’s paintings since 2011.
November 4th 2016
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December 2nd 2016
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Six years ago I remember strolling through Art Basel in Miami and something was quite different. When I was asked by a journalist how it felt, I could best describe the atmosphere in the words of Tom Wolfe’s amusing book ‘Bonfire of the Vanities’, where the main and careless character, Sherman McCoy, suddenly finds himself in a whirlwind of trouble; “.
 
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