Sunday, 1 March 2015

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.




Margie's Artwork at www.bgallery.co.uk




Margie lives in Cornwall, and can see the river fal from her studio. this year she turned 15 houses into postcards. it kept her wonderfully busy, If you want your house or your business turned into a postcard please contact her.  Margie is also illustrating children's names. See Amilia in her gallery space. And one of the houses she have turned into a postcard.
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Saturday, 28 February 2015

Ruth Lee's Stunning Wire Jewellery

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For more information and sales, click on link below ...
Ruth Lee is a practising textile artist, published author and experienced lecturer. She taught for many years at Cumbria Institute of the Arts from 1983 until 2008.

Having worked with contemporary textile construction techniques from the late 1970s, Ruth has returned to her roots in print.  Accepted onto aa2a (Artist Access to Art College) at the University of Central Lancashire for 2011/12, this scheme gave Ruth access to their printmaking and digital facilities.

Ruth is currently exploring new directions in her art textile practice, focusing on large scale, contemporary art textiles for interior spaces, combining digital textile printing and laser cutting with the hand made.

A new website is planned for early 2013 to reflect these changes, but in the meantime see Ruth Lee page on the aa2a.biz website and on this website, under digital images.

ruthmlee@hotmail.com

William Catlow's Stunning Jewellery at bGallery


William's jewellery collection "Pollen" is inspired by natural shapes found in seeds, leaves, buds, berries, even fruit and vegetables !
William uses precious metals, predominantly silver and gold. The natural forms evolve into botanical shapes using materials chosen for their precious, permanent qualities.
The sweeping curves and elegant lines evoke an image between the natural and the abstract, creating a luxurious feeling for the wearer to enjoy.





Jeanni's Art Lessons For All !!



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





Malek started re-thinking the overarching principals of her artistic existence during her research on Dubai as a Creative Domain, where people from various walks of life make meaningful connections. This thesis, submitted to the University of Cambridge for a Masters degree, re-defined her notions of representation, play, tribulation, and
‘creativity in the shadow of production’(Veseley D., 2004). It was a layer built on the moving image she produced as a design research project in Golestan Province, more than a decade ago for her first degree in architecture.
She began engaging in the arts in Tehran and helped finding Passargadae Gallery(now:Art Center). Her first exhibition in 1999, was a sell out. Today she enjoys being a part of public and private collections in the UK and her work is published by the Public Catalogue Foundation.





Amelia Tuttiett Shows her Exceptional Talent





My name is Ameila Tuttiett and my work is mainly concerned with looking at the quirkiness of life, I draw inspiration from the everyday and try to add my own humour to it


Julie Coe shows her stunning artwork on www.bgallery.co.uk

My name is Julie Coe and I have always been passionate about photography. My first passion was for macro and I still love taking macro shots of insects and flowers. These days, I have found a new love of working with tones and textures on my images to give them more of an art look and feel and to be a bit different from the normal photographic shot.




Roger Heaton Exhibits his Striking Artwork



Roger Heaton is known throughout the British Isles for his animal portraits, many of which are specially commissioned for private collections.
He originally had a formal art training, has had experience in the advertising and publishing worlds and, for the past 36 years, has concentrated solely on painting

Throughout those years he has successfully completed well over 1730 paintings in a wide range of mediums.
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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.