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Love Lasts Forever

By Sannib

Sannib’s iconic portraiture celebrates a distinguished repertoire of 20th century figures to produce show-stopping artworks. The creativity in which he represents familiar faces is both innovative and charming; the classical portrait is abstracted, and the Illusion of layers gives stunning depth to the work.

Sannib is a graduate in Graphic Design from the Syrian Design Center, Aleppo, Syria (1997) and before becoming a notable artist, he enjoyed a successful career in advertising, working in creative agencies in Kuwait, the UAE and London. The experience of his background is clearly evident in his creative process; his artwork is sophisticated and his compositions both intricate and intriguing. Sannib has developed a unique mixed media style blending graphic elements, painting techniques and textures. He uses several materials and mediums, combined with highly distinctive colourways and avant-garde finishes.

Sannib has a great passion for colourful communication and finds inspiration in both vibrancy and infused lighting. He believes that his colour palette derives from nature’s own colour spectrum, with a focus on the golden shades of the earth and the inspirational blue shades of the sea and sky’.

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New Studio Edition & Original Collection

By Paul Wright

Paul Wright is a British painter who studied at the distinguished Falmouth College of Art. He is renowned for portrait painting throughout the UK and endeavours to capture the true essence of his subject, bringing it to life through his collaboration of paint and canvas.

Stylistically, there are elements of both Impressionism and Cubism at play as Paul seeks to portray the personality of his muse. The brushstroke is prevailing in his compositions. It is dynamic and powerful, and every stroke is significant, commanding the space on the canvas of which it occupies. There is no blurring or softening of stroke, there is only a mesh of distinctive and contrasting colourful, or monochromatic tones. This intensity is delicately balanced, so as not to overshadow the subject that he seeks to portray. There is a freshness to his subjects, and they are imbued with an energy, with a force of life that honours the characters that they became in front of the artist’s easel.

Paul is now a hugely successful British artist with a unique style which has earned him great admiration amongst the art establishment and the loyalty of many art collectors.

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Introducing

Andreas Claussen

Andreas Claussen, born in Hanover Germany in 1988, is a multidisciplinary artist who combines traditional drawing and painting skills with modern technologies. He has sold his work widely across Europe, South Korea, Canada, and the USA, and has exhibited in galleries and at major art fairs throughout his homeland of Germany, where he continues to live and work.

After painting seascapes for half a decade, Andreas is currently working on a series called “FLOOD”.

"FLOOD" is intended as a great companion and commentator for the crazy times ‘we are living through right now’. Like all great art, these works are wonderful tools to stay balanced in a world where constant change is quite normal. Andreas’ recent work represents a commentary on the environmental challenges ahead of us, and at the same time it is a symbol for the fear and uncertainty that flood our minds when we go online and see the news. He uses an ironic and humorous tone to relay poignant and political messages, which are a response to a world that often weighs so heavily on our shoulders. With bold colours and strong textures, his paintings are unique visual experiences, bringing the wow effect to every room, and are the instigator of many meaningful conversations.

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Introducing

Mark Hodgkinson

Mark is a mixed media artist based in Nottingham. He studied graphic design at art college in Leicester, which led to a career as a freelance graphic designer working for design agencies all over the country, and he eventually opened an award-winning creative agency.

During this successful career, Mark decided to return to his original creative passion of pencil drawing and also began experimenting with painting techniques. Although Mark had a leaning towards detailed pencil drawing, he now prefers a more spontaneous expressive mixed media style, rich in colour and contrast. 

Mark’s original artwork is built up of hundreds of digital layers to create the base image for each piece. He then adds it to canvas and over-paints with metallic and gold leaf, finishing with a coat of high gloss glitter resin, which makes the colours ‘pop’ and adds sparkle.

Focusing on icons, Mark is enjoying exploring the powerful feelings of nostalgia that they often evoke within us. Many of these icons inspire and enrich our lives in so many ways and with Mark’s unique interpretations, he brings the joy of ‘their art’ into our homes through ‘his art’. For some, fame can come at a price, and the sadness behind the mask of fame is often depicted by golden tear drops, which can be found in many of the works.

Mark is finally realising his ambition of exhibiting his work in galleries across the UK and his reputation as an exciting new artist on the contemporary art scene is growing significantly.

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Happy New Year

From all at Buckingham

Tomorrow we all get a blank canvas.

As the year draws to a close, we are excited to enter 2023.

Happy New Year Everyone!!

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

From all the team at Buckingham

A message from Jonathan Kearns, CEO

Buckingham Fine Art has had an amazing year and working with a portfolio of talented and inspirational artists we have been thrilled to bring phenomenal artwork to galleries all over the UK. 

To everyone who has supported us over the last 12 months, I would like to take the opportunity to thank you for your enthusiasm and spirit, along with the determination and tenacity that has made 2022 the success it has been.

As we look ahead to the new year, the Bucks team is excited to bring greater innovation, further initiatives, and breath taking new creative talents to gallery walls, and we look forward to sharing a wealth of enthusiasm, expertise, and experience with you.

Together we can make 2023 amazing!

Ordering information:

Online ordering via the website will still be available during the festive period. You will be contacted from Tuesday 3rd January by your Area Sales Manager with an estimated delivery date on all orders placed whilst the office is closed.

 

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City Vibes

By Ed Robinson

Ed Robinson creates stunning intricate cityscapes using striking colour, texture, and newsprint to atmospheric effect. Inspired by the early work of Pete Blake, and the artwork of The Beatles Sgt. Pepper album cover, Ed embarked upon a successful career into graphics and illustration. His graphical painting style emerged in the 1970s, and was used publicity for ICI and WH Smiths, which ensured its stylistic longevity in his artistic career.

Often drawing in the viewer with directional light, Ed captures a moment in time, a glimpse of a bustling market, or a busy street scene, or an iconic landmark, as the characters bustle though the composition. Ed interplays collage with mixed media in his work, employing newsprint and printed type to add a voice to his colourful interpretations of urban living. A painting begins its life with an 

on-the-spot sketches and Ed simplifies the chosen scene to create a vision of line and shape on paper. “Elements of an abstract nature emerge as a consequence of simplifying the subject with a variety of effects and a limited palette”.

Ed employs a variety of materials to create innovative features in his work and these include bubble wrap, corrugated card, foam, clingfilm, sack and rollers. He uses a gesso paint, mixed to his own recipe, to sometimes very visual rough brushstrokes. Other times, he employs the use of sandpaper to smooth the surface ready for the incorporation of newsprint and font type. “The working process involves losing the image and then finding it through the mixed media techniques that I employ. This continues through the development of the painting.”

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A Pengiun Special - Limited Edition Collection

By Epi

At the heart of Epi's work, which draws its inspiration from street art, Surrealism, Pop Art, and mid-century posters, lies a deep desire to satirize the state of the contemporary art world and question the art establishment in today’s culture.

"I don't paint Penguin Books. I satirize the artistic trope of painting Penguin Books through the judicious appropriation of leitmotifs drawn from the lexicon of contemporary British art to induce in the viewer a disconcerting yet curiously beguiling sense of surreal nostalgia, whilst simultaneously ridiculing the capriciousness and venality of the blue-chip art market."

Hailing from Bristol, Epi began working in Paris during the early 2000s. He was influenced by the city’s street art scene and its history of political protest art, he initially made works consisting of stencilled quotations referencing French literary masterpieces. In 2014, Epi returned to the United Kingdom, where he moved away from the street and toward the canvas.

Epi’s debut collection, The Penguin Special satirises those contemporary artists who have reduced the image of the Penguin Book, (once a bastion of literary sophistication, quaint anachronism, and erudite free expression), to “a laughably feeble, mindless and banal artistic dustbin for trite motivational rubbish and faux-intellectual, half-hearted (abortive) attempts at lowest-common-denominator humour.” Through his work, Epi endeavours to depict a fantastical narrative that runs parallel to the pedestrian and mundane, akin to a secondary reality where the conventional and bizarre co-exist.

Epi's original paintings have recently realised record prices at auction, and we anticipate that his debut editions will be highly sought-after, collectors’ items.

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Studio Editions Brochure XIV

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This month’s Studio Editions Collection Brochure highlights the work of some of the most distinguished artists in the portfolio; published for many years and whom all have many devoted collectors.

Amy Louise’s tribute to Remembrance Day, entitled Never Forget, was released at the start to the month, and her very personal interpretation embodies the innate emotion with the quintessential poppy and of the much-loved elephant.

Linda Charles continues to delight us with superb additions to her Pulp Addiction range, choosing to focus on the notion of the ‘Femme Fatale;’ beautiful and seductive women who use their feminine wiles to charm and ensnare. Linda’s work continues to grow from strengthen to strength and this new set of nostalgia and musical fusions is probably her most significant to date.

Ben Jeffery’s new limited edition celebrates modern culture with his homage to the 007. Bond…James Bond, takes us on a journey charting the variation incarnations that have graced the silver screen in the last 60 years. Beautifully hand finished, the new title is an iconic central piece and a must have for all cinema lovers.

Leigh Lambert’s winter collection features uplifting and inspirational new images celebrating the best things in life! The quintessential theme of nostalgia is central and Leigh’s heart-warming new range promises to delight his countless fans. Finally, Michael Abrams’s duo of editions also focuses on the best things in life and celebrates love and companionship in the wonderful world of Mr Ted!

This edition of the Studio Editions Collection features some of the most exciting artists on the contemporary art scene and do remember that each title in the collection is hand signed by the artist and is part of a small exclusive edition which adds to its desirability.

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New Winter Wonderland Collection

By Leigh Lambert

'As the snow falls and Christmas decorations appear, children prepare for the wonders winter brings.'

Uplifting and inspirational, Leigh’s new collection celebrates the best things in life! As we enter the traditional festive season of fun, love, and togetherness, feel the warmth and nostalgia of these images in the heart of your home, or give the ultimate token of love to your nearest and dearest this Christmas.

Taking inspiration from his own upbringing in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, Leigh’s artwork has a powerful sense of nostalgia which evokes precious memories of childhood that many of us can relate to. As a youngster, he loved nothing more than spending time with his grandparents who lived in traditional terraced housing in the northeast. Leigh has many wonderful memories of those special “simple” days which he incorporates into the narrative of his work. This vibrancy of colour captures the joy and vitality of youth and often denotes symbolism in the work.
Leigh first began winning awards for his work in 2014 and has enjoyed a phenomenally successful career to date, with countless limited editions collections sold out within weeks of release. His original paintings are highly sought-after, and due to the painstaking technique that he employs, they are quite a rarity.

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Always and Forever

By Michael Abrams

Always and Forever by Michael Abrams

The new collection displays all the familiar characteristics that have won Michael such a dedicated following in recent years.

There is an overwhelming sense of love and affection in these feel-good images. A message of hope and positivity is evident in these captured moments of passion and companionship between Mr & Mrs Ted!

Uplifting and inspirational, we are invited to celebrate the best things in life, as we enter the traditional festive season of showing love and sharing togetherness.

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Bond... James Bond

By Ben Jeffery

Introducing Bond…James Bond.

Ben Jeffery continues to celebrate British culture of the last century with an iconic new studio edition commemorating 60 years of James Bond.

The work represents an extraordinary homage to one of the most successful and enduring film franchises of all time and captures the transformation of 007 over the last sixty years, and the various chapters of the much-loved narrative. Assembling his cast of 007s against the quintessential Bond backdrop of the London skyline, Ben has represented each incarnation in their iconic attire, and captured the attitude and poise that every version has emanated in their own unique way.

Whilst striving to achieve a strong likeness, Ben endeavours to capture the personality of the character in his portraiture, embracing the individuality that each Bond has brought to the table! Ben renders these familiar faces somehow unfamiliar with his unusual colour palette and striking silver leaf embellishment. This leaf is applied by hand to each edition, which offers a uniqueness to every piece, and suggests a sense of wealth afforded by his subjects. Ben’s innovative approach brings something completely new to his representations of key figures of popular culture and sets them apart from those of his contemporaries.

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Pulp Addiction, The Femme Fatale Series

By Linda Charles

The new collection from Linda Charles Pulp Addiction, The Femme Fatale Series, is a range of limited editions inspired by mysterious, beautiful, and seductive women who use their feminine wiles to charm and ensnare their lovers! The term originates from the French phrase femme fatale, which means 'deadly woman' or 'lethal woman'. She is an archetype of literature and art. With her ability to enchant, entice and hypnotize men, the femme fatale today is often described as having a power akin to an enchantress or witch.

Linda has taken this time-honoured theme and beautifully woven it into her quintessential fusion of vintage book covers, with a back catalogue of iconic song titles and lyrics. She combines her love of the imagery of the pulp paperback books of the 40s, 50s and 60s with a back catalogue of music hits by a range of cult status artists. She gives new life to relics of the past and fuses them with contemporary pop culture. The familiarity elicits an emotional response whilst triggering nostalgic memories. Music has always been an important part of Linda’s creativity and she always paints to music in her studio. She had the idea of combining elements of classic songs and artists with the look and feel of old paperback books when she came across a box of vintage books in the attic.

“The first one I came across featured a stunning woman running from a pair of headlights following her in a remote area. Immediately ‘Born to Run’ by Bruce Springsteen played in my head and the concept was born! I have so much fun with these collections because they combine the two artistic concepts of audio and visual. I’ve received so many lovely comments from all walks of life, including famous songwriters, pure music lovers and art collectors.”

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Never Forget

By Amy Louise

Amy’s portraiture is as renowned for its wit as it is for its distinctiveness. Inspired by all things contemporary, her characters, style and colour palette make the work instantly recognisable, and she has established a considerable following on the art scene.

Amy lovingly captures the personality of the characters she portrays and illustrates them in enchanting acts of colour and form. The beguiling detail of the subject is juxtaposed with the softness and simplicity of its background and this, along with the bold bitumen outlines, ensures the work has a powerful presence in any space.

In this iconic edition, Amy beautifully embodies the emotion of Remembrance Day with the quintessential poppy and her personal interpretation of the much-loved animal, the elephant. The phrase an "An elephant never forgets" seems to have originated from observations that elephants follow the same paths and even hand down genetic memories of directions and places across generations. Their impressive memory is only one aspect of an incredible intelligence that makes them some of the most social, creative, and benevolent creatures on earth, thus making Amy’s choice of animal to mark this memorial day, both fitting and uplifting.

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Studio Editions Brochure XIII

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Welcome to the latest edition of The Studio Editions Collection brochure…

This month, we are delighted to welcome the highly distinguished, American artist Robert Mars to the portfolio, with four debut studio editions. Chronicling a fascination with 1950’s and 1960’s iconography, Robert creates artwork that celebrates the commonplace objects and icons of an USA long past, in a thoroughly modern and exquisitely constructed manner.

In contrast, Scott Tetlow takes us into the wonderful world of the superhero! Inspired by one of the most lucrative film genres of this century, he has taken some of the greatest comic characters from the DC and Marvel portfolio, to create a collection brimming with innovation and fun! Similarly inspired by 21st century cultural themes, Sannib has chosen to celebrate legends of film in his new range of editions, interpreting them in his innovative and distinctive style, thus rendering familiar faces in a new and exciting way.

We are delighted to see the return of Anna Cher this month, with the launch of three new titles featuring a fresh new subject matter. Focusing on the beauty of nature, she aims to create a balance between realistic and abstract art, and her unique style of animal portraiture is beautifully exemplified in these new editions, with experimental brushstrokes and a tonal colour palette.

The Studio Editions Collection brochure featuring some of the most exciting artists on the contemporary art scene and each title is hand signed by the artist. These editions are exquisitely hand finished employing a variety of techniques, which offers originality and individuality.

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Eyes of Beauty

By Anna Cher

Anna is a renowned contemporary painter, and her original artwork has been highly sought-after for some years. Focused on the beauty of nature, she aims to create a balance between realistic and abstract art. Anna is passionate about experimentation and she enjoys evolving her style through brushstrokes, multi-laying, and colour palette.

Anna studied interior design as part of her art education in Russia, and the tonal harmony of colour and texture that she studied has undoubtedly informed her work. The move from Russia to the UK opened a new world of visual perception for her which she believes is based on the cultural codes; “this is how I began my journey of releasing my style from academic rules in painting and finding my own visual voice”. Anna feels that she has found a delicate equilibrium between the energy of mark-making and the perception of reality.

Having experimented with multiple mediums, Anna now focuses on acrylics. It is an important element of her signature style; acrylics dry quickly and therefore ensures that there is a vitality to her work that can be lost though overthinking. The use of palette knives accentuates the movement in her work and consequently her paintings are immediate, fresh, and energised. There is a depth to her work that is emphasised by the texture and sculptural nature of her approach, and a luxury and opulence that radiates from the subject matter that she depicts.

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Legends of Film

By Sannib

Sannib’s portraiture celebrates a distinguished repertoire of the 20th and 21st century characters to produce show-stopping artwork full of energy and vibrancy. The creativity in which he represents familiar faces is both innovative and charming. The abstraction and Illusion of layers gives stunning depth to his innovative interpretation of iconic characters. 

Sannib is a graduate in Graphic Design from the Syrian Design Center, Aleppo, Syria (1997) and before becoming a notable artist, he enjoyed a successful career in advertising, working in creative agencies in Kuwait, the UAE and London. 

The experience of his background is clearing evident in his creative process; his artwork is sophisticated and his compositions both intricate and intriguing. Sannib has developed a unique mixed media style blending graphic elements, painting techniques and textures. He uses several materials and mediums, combined with highly distinctive colourways and avant-garde finishes. 

Sannib has a great passion for colourful communication and finds inspiration in both vibrancy and infused lighting. He believes that his colour palette derives from nature’s own colour spectrum, with a focus on” the golden shades of the earth and the inspirational blue shades of the sea and sky”. 

Since joining the portfolio earlier this year, Sannib has continued to enthral art lovers, and he is an artist every art collector should take note of in 2022.

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Leigh Lambert

Precious Times

Taking inspiration from his own upbringing in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, Leigh’s artwork has a strong sense of nostalgia which evoke precious memories of childhood that many of us can relate to. As a youngster, he loved nothing more than spending time with his grandparents who lived in traditional terraced housing in the northeast. Whether it was a visit to the corner shop for sweets, or a family afternoon spent picking flowers or foraging for berries, Leigh has many wonderful memories of those special “simple” days which he incorporates into the narrative of his work.

Leigh’s technique is painstakingly accurate. He prefers the surface on which he paints to be solid and smooth, and consequently he primed his board six times to achieve the desired finish. Consequently, the surface of his oil paintings is exceptionally refined. Leigh’s colour palette reflects the dark northern tones that have become synonymous with the coal mine towns of the north-east. He works in layers, beginning with the sky, painting from the background to the foreground. His use of colour is minimal, optimistically applying splashes of colour only to the figures that play amidst the otherwise monochromatic landscapes. This vibrancy of colour captures the joy and vitality of youth and often denotes symbolism in the work.

Leigh first began winning awards for his work in 2014 and has enjoyed a very successful career to date, with countless limited editions collections sold out within weeks of release. His original paintings are highly sought-after and due to the technique that he employs, they are quite a rarity. For Leigh, he hopes that his work has impact on the viewer and enriches their lives by stirring up positive, nostalgic feelings and memories. To have his work in pride of place in someone’s home is a huge privilege and he simply “couldn’t wish for better!”

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Comic Crusaders

By Scott Tetlow

Scott Tetlow celebrates the most iconic superheroes of all time.

Since the birth of the comic book hero in the 1930s, a minor subculture has grown into a major and universally loved theme in our popular culture. Gaining tremendous momentum in the last 30 years, the individuality, storylines, and styles of these comic characters have evolved into a powerful film genre, which transcends age, gender, and nationality.

Scott has taken the greatest comic characters from the DC and Marvel portfolio to create a collection of superheroes that will bring pure joy to its audience. In his quintessential style, he has breathed new life in these iconic brands and interpreted them in a fresh new exhilarating way. ‘Comic art becomes fine art’ at the hands of Scott Tetlow, as he immortalises an impressive line-up of legendary superheroes, including Marvel’s Thor, Spiderman, Hulk and Captain America, alongside DC favourites Batman, the Joker and Wonder Woman.

Scott lived in Taiwan for a time and his studies of calligraphy have greatly influenced his work. Scott has developed a form of painting that is linear and yet absent of the traditional constraints of calligraphy. Instead, it is imbued with a sense of freedom of movement, that is balanced and contained in a considered composition, and there is an unreserved elegance to his stylist interpretations whatever the subject matter.

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Star Quailty

By Robert Mars

Introducing Robert Mars

Chronicling a fascination with 1950’s and 60’s iconography, Robert Mars creates artwork that celebrates the commonplace objects and icons of an America long past in a thoroughly modern, and exquisitely constructed, manner. His eye for a distinct facet of American history is impeccable, and his ability to manipulate both the colour and wordplay of vintage printed material has earned him reference with the likes of Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, and Richard Diebenkorn, among other masters from the School of Pop. By taking inspiration from the Golden Age of American popular culture and celebrating figures of the 1950’s and 60’s, Mars’ artwork chronicles an evolving relationship with celebrity.

By merging his own concept of personal idols with those of mainstream culture, Mars can focus his work on a deeper analysis of the Golden Age of Americana. His early work focuses on many of the architectural and mechanical forms of the 50’s and 60’s, where muscle cars, motels, kitschy logos, and hulking monuments to the "modern" feeling of the time reigned supreme. More recently, however, Mars’ artwork has shifted toward the culture of celebrity, and he is strikingly attuned to the fact that these instantly recognizable and larger than life personalities continue to resonate not only with contemporary American culture, but on the wider world.

In the last ten years, Mars has explored traditionalism from another angle; influenced by his wife, Mars began to delve deeper into American culture by focusing on folk art and contemporary American quiltmakers. By combining vintage wallpapers with quilt patterns, Mars has further differentiated himself from artists using similar iconic themes. Mars is credited as being the first to incorporate quilt patterns and a folk-art sensibility into a pop art aesthetic creating his own genre of folk laced pop.

A graduate of Parsons School of Design in New York, Mars often references his decades as a graphic designer in his work. His artwork is exhibited worldwide including museum, corporate, and private collections in Munich, Tokyo, Amsterdam, London, Boston, New York, Los Angeles, Laguna Beach, Paris, Aspen, and Dallas.

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Studio Editions Brochure XII

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Welcome to the latest edition of The Studio Editions Collection brochure…

This month, we are delighted to welcome highly acclaimed artist Maria Rivans to the portfolio, with two debut studio editions capturing an imagined world, where past and present collide, and where technology and nature exist side by side harmoniously. Maria uses a beautiful language of symbolism that speaks of hope and new beginnings and offers a wonderful narrative to her work.  

Nigel Cooke continues to take us around the world with a vibrant range of dynamic cityscapes, which celebrate the energy and ambience of city living with passion and vigour. Conversely, Kimberley Harris takes us to locations with a relaxed ambience, and delights us with smaller collectable editions featuring her quintessential wildflowers and hazy, dream-like skylines. This sense of serenity is echoed in the beachscapes of highly regarded marine artist Duncan Palmar, in which he uses dappled sunlight and reflective sands to create beautiful vistas of tranquillity in his new collection.

Figurative virtuoso, Andrei Protsouk continues to explore the universal theme of love in his work, capturing enthusiastic embraces and impassioned dances. His intricate and detailed shapes burst with vibrancy, as the colour and textures weave together to create his cast of characters and stories of adoration.

The Studio Editions Collection brochure featuring some of the most exciting artists on the contemporary art scene and each title is hand signed by the artist. These editions are beautifully hand finished employing a variety of techniques, which offers originality and individuality. The range has a sumptuous luxuriousness that is ideal for the discerning art collector or makes the perfect first piece for any art collection. These faithful representations combine the skill of the UK’s finest printmakers with the creative hand of the artist, to capture the very essence of the original painting.

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Ocean Breeze

By Duncan Palmar

Born in Hampshire in 1964, Duncan Palmar’s love of painting and an innate love affair with the English coastline, ensured that the sea naturally became his chosen subject matter. With its intrinsic beauty, dramatic movements, and quality of light, Devon and Cornwall have become an irresistible pull and Duncan spends a great deal of time on the south coast.  The Newlyn School of Artists, a group of artists that lived and worked in Cornwall from the1880s, have been a huge inspiration to Duncan. Newlyn painting combined the impressionist derived doctrine of working directly from the subject, and in the open air, with subject matter drawn from rural life. Duncan’s distinctive representational paintings capture texture, light and atmosphere with seeming effortlessness. He enjoys producing evocative paintings that capture the changing times of the day, and the different seasons of the year, to create a portfolio of scenes with diverse moods, tones, and rhythms. He also enjoys concentrating on the smaller details within a composition, creating the effect of damp seaweed on a harbour wall or reflections of clouds on wet sand, for example.

Duncan creates beautiful visions of tranquillity, flooded with dappled sunlight and reflective sands that offer a wonderful sense of calmness. Hues blend to create evanescent hazy glows that are both soothing and evocative, allowing the viewer to lose themselves in a picturesque natural world.

Palmar has experienced phenomenal success, with several sell-out exhibitions to his name. As a Member of The Royal Society of Marine Artists, Duncan is highly celebrated amongst his contemporaries. Now living and working in Surrey, Duncan says that he feels very privileged to paint every day and continues to love his journey of exploration on the canvas.

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Hollywood Dreams

By Maria Rivans

Introducing Hollywood Dreams by Marian Rivans.

This new collection encapsulates an imagined world, where past and present collide, and where the technology and nature exist side by side harmoniously.

The human form and the natural world are fused together, in a beautifully ornate tapestry of contemporary elements with vintage emblems of the past. The Hollywood Dream is represented by the beauty of the female form as a modern-day goddess, adorned with a headdress of symbolism that speaks of hope, change and new beginnings. The language of rebirth is beautifully articulated with an elegant range of symbols that offer an iconic and meaningful narrative to each piece.

Each edition is available as a Standard Edition of 25 and Deluxe Edition of 10 copies.

Printed on Peregrine Majestic paper, each edition is adorned with silver glitter gloss and spot varnish to create a luxurious finish. Each collectable edition is numbered and signed by the artist, and combines the skill of the UK’s finest printmakers with the creative hand of the artist.

The Deluxe Edition
These Mixed Media Originals are personally hand finished by Maria Rivans with elements of collage. Each piece is embellished with its own unique planet, which is unique to the piece. The planet is synonymous with the sequence of the planets in relation to the sun.

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Passionate Moments

By Andrei Protsouk

Introducing Passionate Moments by Andrei Protsouk.

The universal theme of love is a quintessential characteristic of Andrei’s work, as he often depicts couples in enthusiastic embraces or captures them in intense, impassioned dances. Sometimes we embark upon a solitary character for whom the narrative is ambiguous; are they waiting for ‘amour’ to arrive or return?

Andrei’s intricate and detailed shapes burst with vibrancy, as the colour and textures weave together to create his cast of characters. Andrei has embedded his use of line into all his artwork and has coined this technique as “Fine Line.” His straight, constructive use of line embodies his classical fine art training in every way. In the academy, Andrei was revered as a ‘Master of Composition’ - where most artists are limited to only a few elements of composition in their work, Protsouk incorporates all the elements of composition into his. This captivates the eyes of his audience and as they move around the canvas, the unique composition ensures that the painting is never seen in the same way twice. Andrei’s use of constructive line demonstrates his innate creative ability, and understanding of the human form, drawing comparisons to the figurative works of Michelangelo.

Andrei’s experimentation in art, and the evolution of his subject matter, has ensured phenomenal commercial success, plus great admiration from his contemporaries. He has many accolades, including of commissions for Johnnie Walker and Coca Cola, and his work hangs in private collections of notable figures, including former US president George Bush.

Andrei Protsouk was born in Ukraine and attended the prestigious Lugansk School of Fine Art, and the Ilya Repin Leningrad Institute, which is widely regarded as one of the world’s finest art training programmes. It was here that Protsouk studied under Evsey Moiseenko, who is a world renowned contemporary of Marc Chagall and Pablo Picasso.

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