Wednesday, 24 December 2014

Sara Rushton shows her Stunning work on bGallery

I work in mixed  media and draw on a broad  range  of  inspirations, from Nature, Texture  and Patterns, Stained  Glass, Mandalas, colour  form.........
Many abstract works develop organically  and  grow  as the piece  develops. They are intended  to work on several  levels, using  symbolism and imagery that  narrates  a 'story' or  the  theme  of  the  painting  and  hopefully  engage  the viewer  in seeing  different  things  in the  work.
I also  work on Landscapes  as I  am especially  inspired  by  the beautiful landscape in which I live. 

Susan Hall at


Sue is a self-taught artist born and raised in Bedford, England UK. She set up and ran The Kiln paint your own pottery studio in Bedford before selling the business five years ago to concentrate on her art career.
This has paid dividends as she reached the semi-finals of a Saatchi Art Showdown competition in May 2013. Following this Sue was invited to take part in an exhibition in Berlin as part of the city's art fair week.
Last December she was one of only five artists from Great Britain invited to take part in the Lights In The Winter exhibition at La Galleria Pall Mall, in London's west end, which also featured a total of 30 artists from around the world.
Invitations quickly followed to exhibit in Monaco, Vienna and Nice.
Recent exhibitions have take place at the C03 Gallery, Colchester, England and the Breathe exhibition at The Electricians Shop, Canary Wharf, London. Sue has been approached by Harvey Nichols to display at their Fifth Floor Restaurant in the flagship store in Knightsbridge, London and will also be taking part in the Edinburgh Art Fair in November 2014.


David Oatley's New Artwork ...

DAVID OATLEY 21-10-1950. Yes 63, Self taught artist. Originally from Shepton Mallet, Somerset. Educated at Wells Cathedral School where I developed a love of painting, especially architectural scenes and landscapes. I was lucky enough to be taught by Peter Coate, a well known landscape painter. After leaving school and college, I spent 38 years in the construction industry. In the year 2000, I started to become very ill and by 2008 had to stop work because of a very debilitating muscle wasting disease. From then on I took up water colour painting, and have, I think improved year on year. I have now sold painting, internationally, nationally and have become well known in the North Cotswolds, which is now very much my home. I am surrounded by wonderful architecture and beautiful rolling hills every one a painting. I am now very disabled and add to my limited income, by selling my, originals, prints, postcards, blank cards and very importantly commissions of landscapes and architecture, at the moment my commission rate is a very palatable £250.00. I hope to receive many commissions. I just can't stop painting!

bGallery Showing Richard Higham's Exquisite Work

Richard Higham from Albany, Auckland, New Zealand, paints exquisitely rendered New Zealand bush and foliage acrylic on canvas. Born in Auckland 1957, Richard's interest and participation in art started from an early age. After completing secondary school, Richard chose Architecture to study and graduated with a B(Arch) from Auckland University in 1984. While working as an Architect and since leaving Architecture in 2002, Richard has continued to develop his interest in drawing and painting. Over the last 15 years Richard has exhibited individual works in local art awards and members' shows. In October 2012 he put together a substantial body of work for his first solo show at Northart, Auckland. Richard's vision is to be a top New Zealand landscape painter. 

Purchase Golnar Malek-Frickelton's Artwork ....

Welcoming Gillian Hunt A.R.P.S and her stunning Artwork -

Gillian Hunt is a Macro Photographic Artist living and working in Perthshire.
Person statement (followed by Bio)
As a child amongst nature I found a land full of magic lit with incredible peace and joy. I found a place of belonging where there is no judgement, no pressure and no time limits and without realising a place where the rest of the world falls gently into place. This 'communing' with nature has continued into my adult life and I spent time every single day out amongst the flora and fauna that surrounds where I live . . . either just being amongst it, or studying it, or, when the time is right - photographing it.
I have now found that through my photographic art I can actually re-create the feeling of congruence and magic I first experienced as a child and now I want to lead people down to the bottom of their garden and introduce them to that magic teach them how to look at the light and the shade and perhaps allow them time to find their own congruence for a time whilst they are involved in my images.
Full Bio available on my website . . .
Faerie Ballet - the work . . .
Faerie Ballet - A Year in a Day in the Secret Life of the Faeries
Ever wondered what the Faeries get up to at the bottom of the garden? Well maybe this panel will shed a little 'light' and magic onto that very subject.
These images, photographed over three years at various locations and at various times throughout the day, depict Faeries in the ‘Ballet’ of their lives.

Elisabeth Rittinger Heffa at bGallery

“I am fascinated by the intricate visual manifestations and patterns of life:
People, plants, animals, the elements, rocks, landscapes,... their energy, their moods in a particular moment.
In my work I draw “snap shots” of these moods. Filtered through my own experience , I try to evoke these feelings and communicate that energy to the viewer.”
Elisabeth Rittinger grew up in Austria. She studied painting in Vienna in the Meisterklasse of Prof. Gustav Hessing and graduated from The Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna.
She came to Canada in 1982 and now lives and works in Toronto.

Hildegarde Lampers-Bone at

Born in Holland and moved to South Africa at the age of 12. I have always been drawing and painting for as long as I can remember. At the age of 24 I moved to England and have exhibited at the Mall Gallery in London and The Horsebridge in Whitstable Kent. I have worked for children's book publishers for 3 years and have attended Art College in Durban South Africa. I work in many mediums and love experimenting with new materials. I now live in Kent where I paint from my loft conversion which has inspirational views accross the Swale to the Isle of Sheppy. I have also illustrated a number of children's books. 

SBA - The Society of Botanical Artists

The Society was established in 1985 to bring together botanical artists of repute. Our Annual Open Exhibition is at the Westminster Gallery in London. We publish and exhibit our members' works and provide education to all aspiring botanical artists.

Sandra Wall Armitage DA(Man) NDD SBA

Monday, 22 December 2014

Sirenes at

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.