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  • NOMA BAR | 'WHICH CAME FIRST?'
    October 16th 2019
    The work of Noma Bar could be described as visual story-telling. The deceptively simple works by this contemporary artist challenges the viewers to uncover the hidden messages within them. How we decode the visual clues that Bar is presenting, relies only on his pared-back forms, careful composition, and the clever illusionary effects of positive and negative space. Bar’s simplistic aesthetic style, or his limited colour palette, should not deceive us, because in this artist’s work there is always more than meets the eye.
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  • DAN BALDWIN | ‘IMAGINARY PARADISE’ | NEW PRINT EDITION
    October 03rd 2019
    Dan Baldwin is best known for his bright and bold images that splash contemporary pop-art colours across the canvas in the form of expressive mark-making, carefully drawn graphic imagery, collage, and found objects. He once described his work as ‘starting with colour’ and this has certainly been true across his almost 30 years of practice. It is perhaps surprising then, to see Baldwin take a different approach in his most recent work as he experiments with a new monochromatic palette that strips away his usually explosive colour, and instead presents us with the stark contrast of pure black and white.
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  • REGGIE PEDRO | 'FIRE LOVE'
    September 18th 2019
    Reggie Pedro’s distinctive paintings start with people - their lives, interactions and experiences. Flicking through pages and pages of notebooks that the artist kept during his Fine Art studies and beyond, anonymous figures appear throughout. They are observed on a train, in a waiting room, on the streets of London - some carefully detailed and others rapidly sketched. Pedro once described his images as telling the story of the everyday urban life - the mundane and the ordinary.
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  • JAMES HUNTER | JOURNEY OF THE SUBCONSCIOUS MIND
    September 05th 2019
    James Hunter’s abstract work shares attributes with the genre 'surrealist automatism'; a practice which gained momentum in the sixties by Surrealist artists and poets to express the creative force of the subconscious in art. Often referred to as having no conscious compositional or pictorial outcome, Hunter states that his work was born out of the need for a ‘lack of process’. His pieces are journeys of mark-making across canvas or aluminium, without the presence of pre-conceived form and thought.
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  • JAMES WELLING | ABSTRACT PHOTOGRAPHY
    August 21st 2019
    Postmodern artist James Welling seeks to contest the practice of photography as a means of representation. The abstract nature is not what you see in average photographs. His work would perhaps lend itself more appropriately to the mediums of screen printing, painting or even sculpture. Nevertheless, Welling is one the forefront in exploring the opportunities that photography offers as an artistic process; So much so that The New York Times named him as one of today’s most influential photographers.
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October 3rd 2019
Dan Baldwin is best known for his bright and bold images that splash contemporary pop-art colours across the canvas in the form of expressive mark-making, carefully drawn graphic imagery, collage, and found objects.
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JACKY TSAI | INVESTING IN ART
Famed as the creator of an iconic motif 'the floral skull' for fashion house Alexander McQueen at the age of 24, Chinese artist, Jacky Tsai, is a powerhouse of talent and creativity who has recruited legions of fans across the fields of both art and design. A dynamic artist who constantly evolves his ideas, he is taking his art to the next level, never losing momentum but progressing to create a distinct Pop Art blend of Eastern and Western influences.

Here we present a snapshot of the extraordinary career of one of Eyestorm’s most popular artists, and the value gains of the works that have shaped it.

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For more than a decade Lucie Bennett has been seducing viewers with her silhouette line drawings of haunting sirens, alluring pin-ups and supernatural nymphs. Her print editions from 2005 - 2012 are increasingly being requested by collectors.

If you own a print, such as Pink Knickers, Green Felt Tip Girl or Red Felt Tip Girl and you wish to sell, we have clients who are looking for select pieces. You can get in touch with us via the Contact page, which you can find here.
 
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