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3/3 Born in England in 1947, Stewart Brown primarily worked in advertising and in the film industry though with a passion for Antiques he eventually became a restorer and cabinet maker.On moving to France in 1995 his meeting with the well-known painter Pierre Fonferrier revealed in him his true vocation and since then, this self taught artist has sold his work through galleries in France, U.S.A, Holland and England and won numerous prizes in French salons.
On richly worked backgrounds, fruits, vegetables or flowers contain in harmonious simplicity all the vibrant colours of the Provençal markets.
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Born in England in 1947, Stewart Brown primarily worked in advertising and in the film industry though with a passion for Antiques he eventually became a restorer and cabinet maker.On moving to France in 1995 his meeting with the well-known painter Pierre Fonferrier revealed in him his true vocation and since then, this self taught artist has sold his work through galleries in France, U.S.A, Holland and England and won numerous prizes in French salons.
On richly worked backgrounds, fruits, vegetables or flowers contain in harmonious simplicity all the vibrant colours of the Provençal markets.
#FindYourOriginal 1/3 Born in England in 1947, Stewart Brown primarily worked in advertising and in the film industry though with a passion for Antiques he eventually became a restorer and cabinet maker.On moving to France in 1995 his meeting with the well-known painter Pierre Fonferrier revealed in him his true vocation and since then, this self taught artist has sold his work through galleries in France, U.S.A, Holland and England and won numerous prizes in French salons.
On richly worked backgrounds, fruits, vegetables or flowers contain in harmonious simplicity all the vibrant colours of the Provençal markets.
#FindYourOriginal 3/3 British artist Dan Baldwin bridges the gap between abstract and figurative painting to create a landscape that simultaneously reflects reality, the power of the imagination and the private, inner workings of his mind. His style has a unique aesthetic which is difficult to categorise. Working by instinct, it can change dramatically depending on the subject matter he is exploring and the emotions he is channeling.The organic spontaneity of Dan Baldwin’s canvases is tempered by his careful composition of two and three dimensional elements. Twenty years of experience is evident in his masterful ability to shape, contain and simplify complexity. His integration of mixed media found objects (knives, crucifixes, bullets, bank notes and razor blades) over screen prints, acrylic and spray paint adds depth, clarity and balance. Despite the difference in medium, his creative process when working with ceramics is similar in its unabashed candour.#FindYourOriginal 2/3 British artist Dan Baldwin bridges the gap between abstract and figurative painting to create a landscape that simultaneously reflects reality, the power of the imagination and the private, inner workings of his mind. His style has a unique aesthetic which is difficult to categorise. Working by instinct, it can change dramatically depending on the subject matter he is exploring and the emotions he is channeling.The organic spontaneity of Dan Baldwin’s canvases is tempered by his careful composition of two and three dimensional elements. Twenty years of experience is evident in his masterful ability to shape, contain and simplify complexity. His integration of mixed media found objects (knives, crucifixes, bullets, bank notes and razor blades) over screen prints, acrylic and spray paint adds depth, clarity and balance. Despite the difference in medium, his creative process when working with ceramics is similar in its unabashed candour.#FindYourOriginal 1/3 British artist Dan Baldwin bridges the gap between abstract and figurative painting to create a landscape that simultaneously reflects reality, the power of the imagination and the private, inner workings of his mind. His style has a unique aesthetic which is difficult to categorise. Working by instinct, it can change dramatically depending on the subject matter he is exploring and the emotions he is channeling.The organic spontaneity of Dan Baldwin’s canvases is tempered by his careful composition of two and three dimensional elements. Twenty years of experience is evident in his masterful ability to shape, contain and simplify complexity. His integration of mixed media found objects (knives, crucifixes, bullets, bank notes and razor blades) over screen prints, acrylic and spray paint adds depth, clarity and balance. Despite the difference in medium, his creative process when working with ceramics is similar in its unabashed candour.#FindYourOriginal 3/3 Alex Bertaina is a self-taught painter who lives and works in Italy. Growing up he trained under well respected Italian artists Marco lattes and then Pierpaolo Giraudo who guided him technically, whilst he has always had his own unique style. A unique form of landscape painting, Alex's paintings employ vertical or horizontal cuts and superimposing interplays, dismantled and dense images that look like rainbow geometries full of light and colour.From a young age Alex always had a great affinity for art. He says: "Since I was a child drawing has been to me a prime channel of expression. This desire to work in pristine landscapes, unspoiled by man has been with me since my childhood. I tried to create my own world in the jumble of scribbles made by my classmates." #FindYourOriginal 2/3 Alex Bertaina is a self-taught painter who lives and works in Italy. Growing up he trained under well respected Italian artists Marco lattes and then Pierpaolo Giraudo who guided him technically, whilst he has always had his own unique style. A unique form of landscape painting, Alex's paintings employ vertical or horizontal cuts and superimposing interplays, dismantled and dense images that look like rainbow geometries full of light and colour.From a young age Alex always had a great affinity for art. He says: "Since I was a child drawing has been to me a prime channel of expression. This desire to work in pristine landscapes, unspoiled by man has been with me since my childhood. I tried to create my own world in the jumble of scribbles made by my classmates." #FindYourOriginal 1/3 Alex Bertaina is a self-taught painter who lives and works in Italy. Growing up he trained under well respected Italian artists Marco lattes and then Pierpaolo Giraudo who guided him technically, whilst he has always had his own unique style. A unique form of landscape painting, Alex's paintings employ vertical or horizontal cuts and superimposing interplays, dismantled and dense images that look like rainbow geometries full of light and colour.From a young age Alex always had a great affinity for art. He says: ‘Since I was a child drawing has been to me a prime channel of expression. This desire to work in pristine landscapes, unspoiled by man has been with me since my childhood. I tried to create my own world in the jumble of scribbles made by my classmates." #FindYourOriginal 2/3 Amy Louise new collection of paintings share similar processes to her other passion textiles, where she builds and develops characters, giving the animals personalities, which truly brings the artwork to life. This creative role and her love of wildlife, lead Amy to evolve an individual and quirky style, in which she cultivates wildlife through her artworks. Amy uses an illustrative style to capture the unique personalities of each depicted character. Her use of vibrant colours for each personality immediately catch your eye against the neutral Farrow and Ball colour backgrounds. The bold bitumen outlines give the work a real punch of contrast. Her magical, cheeky creatures offer her viewers a taste of paradise.#FindYourOriginal 2/3 Amy Louise new collection of paintings share similar processes to her other passion textiles, where she builds and develops characters, giving the animals personalities, which truly brings the artwork to life. This creative role and her love of wildlife, lead Amy to evolve an individual and quirky style, in which she cultivates wildlife through her artworks. Amy uses an illustrative style to capture the unique personalities of each depicted character. Her use of vibrant colours for each personality immediately catch your eye against the neutral Farrow and Ball colour backgrounds. The bold bitumen outlines give the work a real punch of contrast. Her magical, cheeky creatures offer her viewers a taste of paradise.#FindYourOriginal 1/3 Amy Louise new collection of paintings share similar processes to her other passion textiles, where she builds and develops characters, giving the animals personalities, which truly brings the artwork to life. This creative role and her love of wildlife, lead Amy to evolve an individual and quirky style, in which she cultivates wildlife through her artworks. Amy uses an illustrative style to capture the unique personalities of each depicted character. Her use of vibrant colours for each personality immediately catch your eye against the neutral Farrow and Ball colour backgrounds. The bold bitumen outlines give the work a real punch of contrast. Her magical, cheeky creatures offer her viewers a taste of paradise.#FindYourOriginal 3/3 Nigel Cooke sold his first painting at the age of 14 and joined Butlins as their resident caricaturist and entertainer in 1992. He later went on to open caricature concessions on Blackpool’s Central Pier and Pleasure Beach, in the Trafford Centre Mall in Manchester, and at Alton Towers. During this time he completed well over 10,000 hours of live drawing and painting.From his caricature background Nigel Cooke has evolved his art into iconic cityscape paintings, capturing the mood, energy and atmosphere of the cities he paints. He is swiftly becoming one the UK's most sought after artists.#FindYourOriginal 2/3 Nigel Cooke sold his first painting at the age of 14 and joined Butlins as their resident caricaturist and entertainer in 1992. He later went on to open caricature concessions on Blackpool’s Central Pier and Pleasure Beach, in the Trafford Centre Mall in Manchester, and at Alton Towers. During this time he completed well over 10,000 hours of live drawing and painting.From his caricature background Nigel Cooke has evolved his art into iconic cityscape paintings, capturing the mood, energy and atmosphere of the cities he paints. He is swiftly becoming one the UK's most sought after artists.#FindYourOriginal 1/3 Nigel Cooke sold his first painting at the age of 14 and joined Butlins as their resident caricaturist and entertainer in 1992. He later went on to open caricature concessions on Blackpool’s Central Pier and Pleasure Beach, in the Trafford Centre Mall in Manchester, and at Alton Towers. During this time he completed well over 10,000 hours of live drawing and painting.From his caricature background Nigel Cooke has evolved his art into iconic cityscape paintings, capturing the mood, energy and atmosphere of the cities he paints. He is swiftly becoming one of the UK's most sought after artists.#FindYourOriginal 3/3 With a wealth of talent, skill and knowledge in his field Alastair Gibson has gained a remarkable reputation throughout the F1 industry and now across the art world. Drawing inspiration from his experiences and challenges in motorsport, along with his passion for sea and wildlife, Alastair is creating exquisite, aero and hydro-dynamic sculpture in seamless form starting with one of the ocean’s most iconic predators, the hammerhead shark, he has developed and expanded his sculptural range to win world-wide recognition. Gibson’s work is at the intersection and cutting edge of both Art and Engineering. Every sculpture comes with its own specification sheet itemising precisely the F1 heritage of the car parts and their production / part numbers that have been incorporated into each sculpture.
#FindYourOriginal 2/3 With a wealth of talent, skill and knowledge in his field Alastair Gibson has gained a remarkable reputation throughout the F1 industry and now across the art world. Drawing inspiration from his experiences and challenges in motorsport, along with his passion for sea and wildlife, Alastair is creating exquisite, aero and hydro-dynamic sculpture in seamless form starting with one of the ocean’s most iconic predators, the hammerhead shark, he has developed and expanded his sculptural range to win world-wide recognition. Gibson’s work is at the intersection and cutting edge of both Art and Engineering. Every sculpture comes with its own specification sheet itemising precisely the F1 heritage of the car parts and their production / part numbers that have been incorporated into each sculpture.
#FindYourOriginal 1/3 With a wealth of talent, skill and knowledge in his field Alastair Gibson has gained a remarkable reputation throughout the F1 industry and now across the art world. Drawing inspiration from his experiences and challenges in motorsport, along with his passion for sea and wildlife, Alastair is creating exquisite, aero and hydro-dynamic sculpture in seamless form starting with one of the ocean’s most iconic predators, the hammerhead shark, he has developed and expanded his sculptural range to win world-wide recognition. Gibson’s work is at the intersection and cutting edge of both Art and Engineering. Every sculpture comes with its own specification sheet itemising precisely the F1 heritage of the car parts and their production / part numbers that have been incorporated into each sculpture.
#FindYourOriginal 3/3 Since 2011 Luca Tombolini spent weeks at a time travelling to the most untouched and desolate places on earth - in Morocco, Iceland and the American Midwest - photographing desert landscapes. He theorised his choice of location as 'an unconscious desire to glimpse a transcendent absolute'. Talking about his work as a form of meditation, Luca aims to capture the longevity of landscapes compared to human’s fleeting existence but also connect with those that have looked on the same vistas before him.
"Being alone in those remote areas it’s a very humbling experience, it helps my mind to create a meditative suspension over the reality I perceive; cultural occurrences fade away leaving an apparent void which I try to fill in with shapes and colours of my photographic play”. #FindYourOriginal 2/3 Since 2011 Luca Tombolini spent weeks at a time travelling to the most untouched and desolate places on earth - in Morocco, Iceland and the American Midwest - photographing desert landscapes. He theorised his choice of location as 'an unconscious desire to glimpse a transcendent absolute'. Talking about his work as a form of meditation, Luca aims to capture the longevity of landscapes compared to human’s fleeting existence but also connect with those that have looked on the same vistas before him. "Being alone in those remote areas it’s a very humbling experience, it helps my mind to create a meditative suspension over the reality I 
perceive; cultural occurrences fade away leaving an apparent void
 which I try to fill in with shapes and colours of my photographic play”. #FindYourOriginal

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