Tuesday, 26 May 2015

Sirenes at www.bgallery.co.uk

Sirenes was born in 1966, live and work outside Oslo, Norway. In 2011 Sirenes had her first solo exhibitions. In 2013 Sirenes has participated in 7 exhibitions in Italy, Spain, Norway, Canada and New York. She has been represented by Agora Gallery, NYC in 2012 and 2013, and will be represented by galleries in NYC US, Spain and Italy in 2014, Three companies in Norway exhibits her artwork on an on-going basis. Sirenes has been presented in several Art Magazines and publications in Italy: “Effetto Arte” and “I Segnalati” and in United States: “Contemporary Masters Vol VII”, “Artslant Collectors Catalogue” and “Artispectrum”. She has received several special awards for her artwork.

Paul John Ballard's Stunning Work

Born in London, 1960. After a short spell in the army, Paul studied for a City and Guilds in electrical engineering, then spent 12 years in the construction industry.
Paul was hired by Elstree Studios after showing a portfolio of his art, and progressed to painting backdrops and sets for Glyndebourne Opera and the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. Paul has painted murals and reproductions of Old Masters for clubs, pubs, wine bars and restaurants, but spends most of his time now on erotic commissions. He is a founder member of The Guild of Erotic Artists

John Cash's Photographic Work now at bGallery

  • John has been featured on Nationwide on RTE TV & on TV3 for his work. He has also been featured in Business & Finance magazine"One to watch for the future." He has work in numerous private collections as well as in the state art collection in Ireland. He has exhibited in many parts of Ireland & also in New York, Newport Rhode Island & London. He has worked on commissions for numerous Multinational companies. John also teach's photography for the VEC.& also runs his own photography workshops. Also available for photography tours of Ireland, as a keen historian & a certified tour guide Johnny can help your photography & your knowledge of Ireland.

Robert Jackson's Unique Artwork

Robert is a Luton-based artist/printmaker working mainly with lino cut techniques.  The subjects he has drawn to are abandoned buildings with a haunting character and architechural stonework.
Robert studied Foundation at Falmouth College of Arts, and Product Design at The University of Luton.  Robert has since worked in the manufacturing sector as a CAD draughtsman and sheet metal worker.
Printmaking is a media that combines industrial principals with image-making and provides endless opportunities to experiment.  Most of my prints are from carved lino blocks, using a reduction method that allows the layering of different colours by removing more lino between ink applications.  This technique (sometimes called the 'suicide method') makes the edition limited to the initial batch as the first layers have been cut away.  All prints are small batch limited edition.
This year he is using etching techniques when cutting the lino, and have brought block printing principals to metal plate etching.  This quite unique development he calls 'relief etching'.

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Artist James Thomas Richardson now at bGallery

 I attended The college of art and industrial design on a commercial art course N.D.D. had two years design,life drawing and drawing for reproduction my mother died and had to leave college1958 and find work.
I had not enough practical experiance to get into commercial and ended up as a telephone engineer i did some work for the G.P.O. as it was know  and painted the Telephone managher at is desk and followed that with a portrait commision of Peter Lambert Pipe Major in the T/A my painting was presented by H.R.H. Princess Margaret at Blagdon Hall with his BE.M.
Now retired i paint in Acrylic and all subjects city scapes ,seascapes ,pets,
children,adults from goood photos.

Yvonne Field's Beautiful Oil Paintings at bGallery

Yvonne Field is an acclaimed artist in oils. Her work covers a wide range of subject matter including landscapes, architectural and seascapes.
Using a variety of techniques, Yvonne’s paintings mix tone and texture to create atmosphere and movement. They are evocative, emotional and resonant.
Yvonne seamlessly combines styles to create unique works of character and beauty. From figurative to impressionist, still life to portraits, her paintings range in mood from the contemplative to the flamboyant.
Yvonne has sold paintings throughout Europe and the United States and has many devotees and admirers of her work.
Limited edition Prints and Greeting Cards available from my work. Please contact me for more information.

David Gilchrist Exhibiting at bGallery

I am  a Glasgow artist  and love to paint seascapes , portraits etc. I work mainly in oil colour and here I am showing some seascape paintings I have for sale - more to be added later as time permits . If you would like to see more and past works please visit my website. Commissions taken to order for portraits and seascapes.

Derval Freeman's Artwork now Available at bGallery

Painting is an integral part of who I am, it is my primary form of expression which allows me to achieve a sense of belonging in the world. Painting is a way for me to investigate and resolve my place in areas of time and space in which I occupy.

The environment I am most drawn to is nature. Being surrounded by forestry and vast mountainous spaces trigger my sense of place. It evokes a wonder that drifts between the relevance of humanity and the purpose of existence. When isolated by the surroundings of nature a dialogue emerges through self-awareness where a bond between humanity and nature is significantly felt. Back in my studio this dialogue has a strong hold on what happens when I paint and my aim is to bring these conversations to the surface turning them into something tangible.

Photography is something that I would use as a type of journal, recording ideas and inspirations. I often bring my film cameras out with me to capture the things that interest me about a certain environment. I try to capture the atmosphere and mood of a place that mirrors my mood and emotion. I often put myself into the photo so I can become a part of it. When I study the resulting negatives and images I use the ones that bring visual narrative to my attention.

Patricia Haskey Now Exhibiting at bGallery

Living by the shores of Morecambe Bay, I am surrounded by the beautiful landscapes of Cumbria, the North Yorkshire Dales and the Forest of Bowland which provide the inspiration for many of my paintings.
I studied fine art at Doncaster College of Art and the University of Central Lancashire, graduating with honours in 1980.
My work is held in the House of Lords Permanent art Collection, the head office of Cadbury and in private national and international collections in Europe, America, Australia and New Zealand.
I am represented by galleries in the North West of England and take part in exhibitions in the region and across the UK with shows in Newcastle, Edinburgh and London. In 2004 I was one of 12 artists chosen to represent artists from the North west in an exhibition in Ornskolsdvik, Sweden.
In 2014 I was shortlisted for the Artists & Illustrators Magazine Artist of the Year Competition for my painting of 'The Chemist - Kirkby Lonsdale'. The painting was exhibited at the A&I exhibition at the Mall Galleries in London In January 2015.