Danielle O’Connor Akiyama

Loves Parade III by Danielle O'Connor Akiyama

You could be forgiven for thinking Danielle O’Connor Akiyama’s work looks like it was be made from colourful ceramic tiles, or beautifully crafted glass, but take a step closer and discover it is much more interesting. Her prints are hand embellished then covered in clear artist resin, this brightens the bold colours on the box … Continue reading

New Talent Emma Grzonkowski

Emma Grzonkowski has taken the art world by storm with her expressive abstract pieces centred around her self experience. Her work is full of colour and emotion, powerful enough to keep you hooked. The soft shapes of the figure juxtapose well with each splatter and explosion of colour fusion. It almost feels like the character … Continue reading

John Wilson – Fine Art through the eyes of a child

Infant Van Gogh & Friends by John Wilson

Wilson uses a lot of humour in his paintings although the inspiration for his style comes from the way children draw people full frontal and yet nearly always draw animals in profile. His work sparks interest due to the contrast of his child-like characters and his reproductions of great masters, such as Van Gogh, Turner, … Continue reading

Henderson Cisz – Living In A Cityscape

L'Arc de Triomphe by Henderson Cisz

Henderson Cisz has to be one of the most talented artists when it comes to painting something as complex as a cityscape. Not only can he bring the whole scene alive but he keeps you hooked, watching and wondering where everyone is going. He plays with colour and brush strokes in ‘L’Arc de Triomphe’ offering … Continue reading

Contemporary Artist Kerry Darlington

Kerry Darlington is well known for her unique and contemporary artwork. She infuses colour, style and life into her work. Born in North Wales, Kerry’s passion for art was inspired by a love of beautiful old picture books (Rackham, Dulac and Beardsley were favourites and later on, Pre-Raphaelite painting and Art Nouveau). This developed into … Continue reading

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