Clay Sinclair is a thinker. His unique and luminous artworks are mentally stimulating, challenging and often provocative. He offers a humorous commentary on contemporary culture, which is both cutting and compassionate. The idea of an exhibition based around the theme of ‘Utopia’ was born from Clay’s recent visit to Israel and Palestine. He returned from...
For London based freelance illustrator and animator Liam Brazier, the images come in many shapes, and many shape sizes. He recreates characters and scenery from various angulated shapes, using colors from the same palette, resulting a glass-like, christalyzed
With a PhD in chemistry and a passion for art,Conrad Engelhardt combines the best of both worlds in his cork representations. Inspired by Impressionism, Conrad creates his art works using recycled wine corks, in acolor palette defined by the chemical
There is an on-going trend amid artists today, where incredible pieces of art emerge from using found objects and re-purposed materials. The Woolff Gallery in London is an active promoter of this new-age art, and starting April the 19th, the gallery is hosting
October Gallery is pleased to host an exhibition of recent works by eighteen MA Photography students from the Royal College of Art. This dynamic group exhibition, All I Want Is Out Of Here, will include film, photography and installation. The exhibition will take
olff Gallery, London presents a dynamic new series of works by artist Russell West. These fascinating and complex artworks take the shape of astonishing labyrinths of paint and can take up to one year to create.
Bhumika Bhatia is a 22 year old self-taught Contemporary Portrait and Editorial photographer from India. She always had visions that she was here for a purpose. Always dreamt of a world where everything was extraordinary, with a hint of fantasy and romanticism,
Woolff Gallery, London, presents a dynamic new series of paintings by artist Oona Hassim. Her solo exhibition will open on 26 January, 2012, ending March, 15, 2012. Her unique style of painting lies between figurative and abstract. Her works reflect the city’s
Using only a pen and a brush, artist Gabriel Moreno creates these beautiful illustrations of flowers, birds and faces that expand from his subjects like a dream escapes the mind of its creator. His illustrations begin in black and white, upon which Moreno builds,