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1/3 Can't stop looking at this whole set up 😍 Love how the artwork is centre stage in terms of colour and composition in this paired back lounge.
#FindYourOriginal 3/3 'Eloise' by Amelia Weightman Lord.
Amelia creates figurative sculptures in clay for casting in bronze using the traditional lost wax process.
She nearly always works in collaboration with a model or using herself and depicts real life attitudes in their ordinariness as well as extremity.
#FindYourOriginal 2/3 'The Listener' by Amelia Weightman Lord.
Amelia creates figurative sculptures in clay for casting in bronze using the traditional lost wax process.
She nearly always works in collaboration with a model or using herself and depicts real life attitudes in their ordinariness as well as extremity.
#FindYourOriginal 1/3 'Intimacy and Abandon' by Amelia Weightman Lord.
Amelia creates figurative sculptures in clay for casting in bronze using the traditional lost wax process.
She nearly always works in collaboration with a model or using herself and depicts real life attitudes in their ordinariness as well as extremity.
#FindYourOriginal 3/3 Iryna Yermolova loves to paint people; but her inspiration isn’t necessarily a person - more their movement, their feelings, their shadows.
Painting with her fingers and palette knives rather than traditional paint brushes, Iryna focuses as much on composition and colour as she does her subject creating paintings thick with textured oil paint.
#FindYourOriginal 2/3 Iryna Yermolova loves to paint people; but her inspiration isn’t necessarily a person - more their movement, their feelings, their shadows.
Painting with her fingers and palette knives rather than traditional paint brushes, Iryna focuses as much on composition and colour as she does her subject creating paintings thick with textured oil paint.
#FindYourOriginal 1/3 Iryna Yermolova loves to paint people; but her inspiration isn’t necessarily a person - more their movement, their feelings, their shadows.
Painting with her fingers and palette knives rather than traditional paint brushes, Iryna focuses as much on composition and colour as she does her subject creating paintings thick with textured oil paint.
#FindYourOriginal 3/3 'Invisible Soup' - Now approaching his seventh decade Bruce McLean's energy, vision and work ethic still remain undimmed.
Famous for his bold and confident approach to printmaking, McLean's semi abstract prints  are playful and poignant.
Available now rare and collectible limited edition prints.
#FindYourOriginal 2/3 Now approaching his seventh decade Bruce McLean's energy, vision and work ethic still remain undimmed.
Famous for his bold and confident approach to printmaking, McLean's semi abstract prints  are playful and poignant.
Available now 18 colours screen print collage, on 410 gsm somerset tub-sized paper. Limited Edition of 100.
#FindYourOriginal 1/3 Now approaching his seventh decade Bruce McLean's energy, vision and work ethic still remain undimmed.
Famous for his bold and confident approach to printmaking, McLean's semi abstract prints  are playful and poignant.
Available now 18 colours screen print collage, on 410 gsm somerset tub-sized paper. Limited Edition of 100.
#FindYourOriginal 3/3 Although Garcia De Marina touches on and can be influenced by subjects of economic and social issues, he does not title his photography, deliberately to leave the viewer free for their own interpretation.
The bareness of his photography endows objects with a leading role, while they are stripped of their essence, ready for reinvention that seeks and tells a story.
Even more amazing is that De Marina does not carry out any photographic manipulation on the images, creating all the objects for his photography himself.
#FindYourOriginal 2/3 although Garcia De Marina touches on and can be influenced by subjects of economic and social issues, he does not title his photography, deliberately to leave the viewer free for their own interpretation.
The bareness of his photography endows objects with a leading role, while they are stripped of their essence, ready for reinvention that seeks and tells a story.
Even more amazing is that De Marina does not carry out any photographic manipulation on the images, creating all the objects for his photography himself.
#FindYourOriginal 1/3 although Garcia De Marina touches on and can be influenced by subjects of economic and social issues he does not title his photography, deliberately to leave the viewer free for their own interpretation.
The bareness of his photography endows objects with a leading role, while they are stripped of their essence, ready for reinvention that seeks and tells a story.
Even more amazing is that De Marina does not carry out any photographic manipulation on the images, creating all the objects for his photography himself.
#FindYourOriginal 3/3 Working predominantly with found and recycled materials, often not just wood, but pieces of glass, camera lenses, vintage photographs, Lesley Hilling carefully selects, paints and assembles numerous pieces into large complex compositions.
These acutely detailed wooden sculptures serve as archives to the endless memories of objects.
Old furniture and pianos come alive again in intricate constructions, and her delicate craftsmanship only stresses more the longing for the world lost.
#FindYourOriginal 2/3 Working predominantly with found and recycled materials, often not just wood, but pieces of glass, camera lenses, vintage photographs, Lesley Hilling carefully selects, paints and assembles numerous pieces into large complex compositions.
These acutely detailed wooden sculptures serve as archives to the endless memories of objects.
Old furniture and pianos come alive again in intricate constructions, and her delicate craftsmanship only stresses more the longing for the world lost.
#FindYourOriginal 1/3 Working predominantly with found and recycled materials, often not just wood, but pieces of glass, camera lenses, vintage photographs, Lesley Hilling carefully selects, paints and assembles numerous pieces into large complex compositions.
These acutely detailed wooden sculptures serve as archives to the endless memories of objects.
Old furniture and pianos come alive again in intricate constructions, and her delicate craftsmanship only stresses more the longing for the world lost.
#FindYourOriginal 3/3 Anita Klein uses the small seemingly unimportant, often intimate moments in the evolution of her family life as the dominant driver for her work.
She says "I want to celebrate the small moments we all tend to overlook. They're the really important things." These depictions are often gently humorous. Through her beautiful and confident use of line and space she creates images and memories which are universally understood. Her own image, in many ways used as an “everywoman motif” became a signature of her paintings, prints and linocuts.
You can find Anita's paintings and prints as part of permanent collections at the British Museum, the British Library and the V&A Museum in London.
#FindYourOriginal 2/3 Anita Klein uses the small seemingly unimportant, often intimate moments in the evolution of her family life as the dominant driver for her work.
She says "I want to celebrate the small moments we all tend to overlook. They're the really important things." These depictions are often gently humorous. Through her beautiful and confident use of line and space she creates images and memories which are universally understood. Her own image, in many ways used as an “everywoman motif” became a signature of her paintings, prints and linocuts.
You can find Anita's paintings and prints as part of permanent collections at the British Museum, the British Library and the V&A Museum in London.
#FindYourOriginal 1/3 Anita Klein uses the small seemingly unimportant, often intimate moments in the evolution of her family life as the dominant driver for her work.
She says "I want to celebrate the small moments we all tend to overlook. They're the really important things." These depictions are often gently humorous. Through her beautiful and confident use of line and space she creates images and memories which are universally understood. Her own image, in many ways used as an “everywoman motif” became a signature of her paintings, prints and linocuts.
You can find Anita's paintings and prints as part of permanent collections at the British Museum, the British Library and the V&A Museum in London.
#FindYourOriginal 3/3 Michael G Clark visited Paris for the first time in 1980, walking for miles, drinking in the atmosphere and revelling in the style of the city and its people. He loved the cafés and the streets – the different iconography the city had to offer – and he has returned every year.
Clark's recent paintings focus on the relationship between the artist, and this country. The paintings are a celebration of life, and love of both people and place, linking the simple yet significant pleasures of everyday activities to their surroundings
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