Monday, 23 March 2015

X Latest Issue (4) of Discover Art X

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Sunday, 15 March 2015

X Briony Howell's Unique ArtWork X

My name is Briony I am a trained artist and Illustrator from Crawley, West Sussex.  I graduated from De Montfort University in 2007 and have since been working professionally in the art and design field for local companies and private collectors locally and nationwide.
Although I am originally trained with fine art painting and drawing techniques I feel now my artwork is much more illustrative but still keeping a  figurative element with all the work I do. This illustrative element has come about through my love of details, drawing and documenting the environment.  The subject of the cityscape allows me to home in on all the elements I love but still trying to create something that is current and emotive.
Colour is also a big favourite of mine. The possibilities of colour, colour contrasts and mixing are endless. Even a slight hint can give a whole new dimension and even a new narrative to the image.
I hope you like my artwork, and hope you enjoy it on your wall as much as I did making it.
**Summer art competition has now ended, thank you for all that took part. Congratulations  Amber Howell and James Jenner, the mugs are on their way to you!
If you missed out, the mugs are now available to buy for a limited time with free delivery, only on my art page.***
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Saturday, 14 March 2015

X Ray Hardcastle's Beautiful Artwork X

Ray Hardcastle was born in 1952 in Birtley,Co.Durham,.a then small mining town in the north east of england. He has always loved the countryside and everything in it that moves, Ray has loved drawing and painting from as far back as he can remember,  he would  spend hours drawing and painting animals , wildlife was his passion,so much so that all through his school days he was never allowed to sit near the windows in class, Ray was  more interested in what was going on outside, than in. Anyway he grew up and things changed and he now lives in  essex. he started  helping out his nephew in his cleaning company,and it became more or less full time .  so after  a talk ,, and  after years of, cleaning school kitchens,  Ray is back to do what he loves and that is  to become at least,  known  as a respected animal artist....he lives in hope...Ray hopes you like his work..

Monday, 9 March 2015

X Jill Meager's Exhibition at Oil and Water Gallery, in Wandsworth, London from February 11th 2015

Birds, Beasts and Butterflies Collected works by ten accomplished wildlife artists Ingebjorg Smith, Fletcher Prentice, Jill Meager, Caroline Kannreuther, Hilary Paynter and others Wednesday 11th February 2015 6:30pm – 8:30pm 
Exhibition ends Saturday March 7th 

340 Old York Road, Wandsworth Town, London SW18 1SS

Monday, 2 March 2015

X Peter Bodifee's Abstract Art at bGallery X

 My eyes, my skin, my mind and nature are my inspiration.
All works are abstractions in a very  pure and often  square-framed form.
These are metaphors of my relationship with mother  earth and mankind.
Our society is organized to label and to frame lives. So I subscribe my motto:
Jump the lines and cross the borders.
I’m using different kinds of materials, like paper, canvas, wood, plywood and waste as subsoils for my acrylic paintings.
Sometimes I paint directly, often in accumulating layers, so you’ve to guess what’s underneath.
That’s the struggle to be on good terms  with contemporary life.
It’s difficult to celebrate life when simultaneous  you’re perceiving the evolving cruelty.

So I’m painting to survive indifference.