Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Artist John Heywood




John mainly paints coastal scenes, river scenes and landscapes.
He has been painting for about 30 years now and what began innocently enough as an interesting if challenging hobby has in recent years somehow got out of hand. John cannot complain; he simply loves to paint!
Whenever possible John paints "en plein air" and sets up his easel in front of the scene he wants to paint, although for larger pieces he of course has to work in the studio.

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Jeanni - http://www.visual-awareness.com/


Jeanni Grant-Nelson is based in Cornwall and currently artist in residence at the prestigious Nare Hotel. A graduate of Exeter University, she has worked as a freelance artist and art/drama teacher in the UK and Australia.
Her seascapes, landscapes, portraits and animal commissions can be found in private collections across the world including Great Britain, Holland, Germany, France, USA, Australia and in UK galleries.
Jeanni is creator and director of “Visual Awareness Ltd”, an art event company which runs charity and team building days with groups of up to150 students in locations such as the Emirates Stadium and for organisations such as UK Sport, British Basketball and the Olympic coaches.




Kerri Nathwani - www.kerrinathwaniart.co.uk


Kerri is a self taught artist and has been painting since she was young. She lives in Gourock on the West Coast of Scotland. Kerri paints in water colour and acrylic, and she has recently started painting in oils which she is really enjoying. The effects that can be achieved with oils is second to none. Her preferred subject is landscape but recently she has been experimenting with more varied subjects such as flowers , figures and statues!
Kerri's inspiration generally comes from her surroundings in the West Coast of Scotland. She is very lucky to be surrounded by such fantastic views its just a shame the weather isn't a little bit better!
Kerri is a member of a local art club and exhibits her paintings in a variety of local exhibitions. She also has exhibited and sold paintings in local shops. Painting is her hobby. Kerri loves painting because she feels relaxed and time seems to disappear.
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Julie Coe - www.jcoephotography.com

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.
Other sizes and formats of my images are available on request.
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Karen Charman exhibiting at 80 The Gallery in Surrey 4th September 2014 onwards




I has an exhibition of her new work on 4th September 2014 until 18th October 2014 at, 80 the gallery, 80 Hill rise, Richmond, Surrey, TW10 6UB.   

Use the links below to find out more and see her beautiful work .....







Welcoming Simon Achi to bGallery




I have created scenography from entertainment shows. I have illustrated 80 books.I have painted 2 churches and i have participated in numerous collective exhibitions of graphics and painting.





Annie Blanchet Rouze at www.bgallery.co.uk

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http://www.bgallery.co.uk/artist-profile.asp?artistid=746
https://www.facebook.com/annie.r.blanchet
I am a French artist based in London. When I moved from Paris to London in 2000, I took the opportunity to enrol in a BTEC Foundation in Art and Design before moving to a BA (Hons) Fine Art at Central Saint Martins College in London.
As a graduated artist, the main essence of my artworks lies in the sensory expression ; the fusion between the use of different kinds of materials and the emotional outcome from imagination. This interplay between imagination, emotion and materiality gives me free rein to convey a universal expression.
My artworks modify, reduce or increase some aspects of the real. For instance, having been trained as a sculptor and a painter, I have recently created a series of mixed media paintings that incorporate some materials such as clear resin usually used for sculptures into my mixed media paintings.
I also regularly exhibit my artworks in galleries and art fairs. The most recent ones are The Other Art Fair, Parallax Art Fair in London, Reading, Brighton and Windsor Art Fairs.
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Monday, 28 July 2014

Hildegarde Lampers-Bone at www.bgallery.co.uk





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. 

Grzegorz Czarnecki unique artwork at www.bgallery.co.uk

Grzegorz Czarnecki

http://www.bgallery.co.uk/artist-profile.asp?artistid=615

 My name is Grzegorz Czarnecki. Currently I reside in Maspeth, New York, but originally I am from Poland. Ever since my youth I have had a profound interest in carpentry. The job of designing and creating all sorts of finished products from wood gave me a feeling of great satisfaction and fascination. When I was 15, I first encountered the style of marquetry. My love for that form of art and, what I quickly discovered, great skill in the field, that I had, opened up a whole new world to me, one which I knew I had to explore.           A beautiful item of marquetry is the fruit of a long and detailed process of picking, cutting, placing, and gluing which takes a long time. In a traditional technique, different design elements are cut separately in an attempt to reduce a gap left by a knife´s blade. As a result, perfectly fit together pieces show no visible signs of insertions and blending together, they create one solid surface.
The motifs applied in intarsia include elements of landscape, animals, flowers, people and geometrical details. A real artist is able to combine factors such as grain, color and texture of materials to render desired aesthetic results as hi would be using a palette to paint paintings.

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

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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.