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Collezioni Collection

By Rob Hefferan

Introducing the Collezioni Collection by acclaimed artist Rob Hefferan, a stunning showcase of his diverse body of work that exemplifies the joyous and multifaceted nature of human expression. With limitless imagination and wit, Rob brings forth a collection that captivates and inspires. His innate ability to capture the essence and personality of each subject is showcased with unwavering honesty and integrity.

The Collezioni Collection is a testament to Rob's artistic prowess, offering a captivating journey into the depths of human emotions and experiences. Discover the remarkable beauty that lies within each brushstroke and immerse yourself in the transformative power of art.

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By Hue Folk

Introducing the latest collection of hand embellished studio editions from acclaimed British Urban Pop artist, Hue Folk.

This captivating collection showcases the glitz and glamour of Hollywood stars, rendered in Folk's signature vibrant and chaotic pop art style. Each artwork captures the essence and allure of these iconic figures, infusing them with a dynamic energy that jumps off the canvas.

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Elegance Collection

By Tony Hinchcliffe

For Tony, figurative painting is all about depicting mood and intimacy within a moment, using a loose approach to brushwork and in places strong contrasting values to create the illusion of depth.

Tony pulls inspiration for his alluring dance scenes from the times when he himself was learning to dance, at points attending three to four evening classes a week. From the Argentine Tango lessons to Modern Jive and Rock and Roll. He loved attending the Tango classes which were held on the third floor of a beautiful old Georgian building with all the original interior decorations. It made it feel like he was stepping back into the 1960s; little dark corners with a retired policeman behind the bar reading a newspaper, and of course an old-fashioned snooker hall on the floor below added to the narrative. After a while he would turn up early for his classes with his sketchbook, sketching the dancers around him whilst contemplating how he would decipher this when he came to create the painting. A real-life data collecting experience and opportunity to study his subject.

Modern Jive and Rock and Roll were one of his favourite sessions, a much faster experience dancing to modern music. Tony describes how there were times where the whole room would be entirely in sync, the excitement and anticipation fizzing through their beings. He recalls how at one point everything past, present, and future paused for a moment’s contemplation and then the whole of eternity smiled back at them whilst they revelled in the glow of their newfound freedom. All these beautiful people and their infectious energy, they were like a tribe on a happiness crusade.

Tony would often get home late from his classes and, on occasion, spent time writing honest notes on how the experience made him feel. Planning how, one day, he would create a set of paintings that perfectly depict his memories of these times.

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The Crown

By Ben Jeffery

We are thrilled to unveil Ben Jeffery’s latest masterpiece that celebrates the coronation of King Charles III, titled The Crown. The painting captures the grandeur and majesty of the royal event, portraying the new monarch in his regal attire.

His paintings often depict his subjects in a larger-than-life manner, capturing the essence of his icons, whether they be a historical figure or a timeless celebrity.

Jeffery's iconic use of gold leaf and intricate details brings the scene to life, evoking a sense of awe and reverence for the historic moment. The Crown is a stunning tribute to the new king and a testament to Jeffery's exceptional talent as an artist.

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Crash, Bang, Wallop!

By Leigh Lambert

Taking inspiration from his own upbringing in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, Leigh’s artwork has a strong sense of nostalgia, which evokes precious memories of childhood that many of us can relate to.

The Crash Bang Wallop! collection takes us back to a bygone era when playing games on the street and finding new ways to entertain ourselves with ‘found’ items, was an everyday occurrence. We observe moments of joy, as the children create their own fun with a home-made go-cart and the inevitable mischief that was sure to follow once construction was complete and the brakes were off, (if indeed they were ever on!). Leigh’s work reminds us of a different time, of a cultural era that has long since passed and for many, acts as a vestige of wonderful, treasured memories.

Leigh’s technique is painstakingly accurate. He prefers the surface on which he paints to be solid and smooth, and consequently he primes 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 Lambert began winning awards for his work in 2014 and has enjoyed an extraordinarily successful career to date, with countless limited editions collections sold out within weeks of release.

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Born to be Wild

By Joe Galindo

We are thrilled to present the debut studio editions by contemporary wildlife artist Joe Galindo.
Joe spent much of his early twenties travelling. Crossing continents such as Asia and Australia, his travels undoubtedly influenced his painterly style, as he took inspiration from inhospitable jungles to some of the most revered coastlines of the world. He has taken inspiration from the many artists that he has encountered along on the way and enjoyed the privilege of seeing animals in extraordinary habitats on his journey. In 2022, Joe returned home to rekindle his passion for art and began creating paintings to uplift and inspire others.

The key to Galindo’s unique style is the inventive way in which he applies paint to canvas. Unorthodox tools are used to apply pigment, including spoons, nails, and pieces of rubber. He creates depth and texture by using a variety of techniques and applying his chosen medium in a layered fashion. A form of abstraction is created with powerful contemporary colours, used in a loose, energetic style which allows for individual interpretation. The random nature of propelling paint, with a flick of the wrist or a swoosh of the arm creates a uniqueness to every single piece that cannot be replicated and gives his work a keen sense of energy and movement. In the colourful portrayal of each animal, Joe attempts to express his own emotion and sentiment, thus building a connection with the viewer. To add impact, he places each charismatic subject out of context, against a solid, serene background that contrasts with its painterly expressionism and in doing so highlights the eyes and patterns of the body.

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Legends On Reflection

By Ben Jeffery

Following on from the success of his previous releases, Ben Jeffrey has created Legends Upon Reflection, a collection of studio editions which celebrates familiar faces from popular culture of the last seventy years.

This new series features the screen legend Audrey Hepburn, alongside heroes of the music industry Freddie Mercury and Liam Gallagher. Each captivating artwork represents an extraordinary homage to the icon that Ben has chosen to portray. A distinctive feature of the range is the stylish addition of sunglasses, which offers a reflection of a pivotal moment that charts their individual path to success and cult status. With his distinctive approach, Ben renders these familiar faces somehow unfamiliar with his unusual colour palette and striking Champagne gold leaf embellishment. This leaf is applied by hand to each edition, which offers a uniqueness to every piece, and suggests a sense of wealth and luxury afforded by his subjects.

In his portraiture Ben strives to get a strong likeness, but at the same time being aware that I don't want the painting to look too perfect, “I find being able to see the paintings process and layered brushstrokes in the artwork makes it more interesting to the viewer,” he says. Ben’s innovative approach brings something completely new to his modern interpretations and sets his portraits apart from those of his contemporaries.

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Reministered Series

By Linda Charles

We are delighted to present the new collection by Linda Charles ReMinistered, a collection of original paintings inspired by the Ministry of Sound, the home of dance music that emerged in the early 1990s.
Linda has been excited about embarking on this project for some time and has embraced all eras of Ministry sound within the collection, focusing on a balance between ‘Anthems’, ‘Chill’ and ‘Ibiza’. Planning, designing, and painting the range has been a nostalgic journey for her, and it goes without saying that Linda’s studio has been alive and kicking with tracks of the immortal dance music.

“For some it’s just the music, for others (including me!) the jaded memories of strolling out into the early morning light from the old disused bus garage in south London which became the iconic Ministry of Sound nightclub or feeling a wraparound warmth remembering those distant memories of watching the sun come up over Ibiza. “

Linda Charles is renowned for fusing the nostalgia of vintage book covers with a back catalogue of iconic song titles and lyrics. Her signature collections have highlighted Linda’s dexterity with a paintbrush and has afforded her high praise amongst her contemporaries.

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Louise Fairchild

Dancing Shadows

Louise Fairchild predominantly paints on a large scale and creates a wonderful, serene texture with her technique of manoeuvring oil across the canvas. She uses metallic pigment in the under layers to ensure that the light is captured as it changes during the day. Multiple layers of translucent glaze are applied as a finishing touch, which offers a luxurious, reflective luminosity that reminds us of warm summer days at the water’s edge.

Louise has completed many highly prized commissions for distinguished corporations including British Airways, Barclays Bank, The Home Office, Fortnum and Mason, Bloomsbury Publishing, Boots the Chemist, Blass Wine Estates, Random House Publishing, Woolwich Building Society and Marks and Spencer. She also been commissioned to paint portraits of board directors for such companies such as Sainsburys and Price Waterhouse Cooper, as well as other prominent business and government figures.

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Bad Behaviour

By Brad Robson

We are delighted to welcome Australian artist Brad Robson to the portfolio with his formidable portraits of pop-culture icons, painted in an expressionistic style with an unpredictable edge.

Brad divides his time working out of his studio in Sydney and participating in residencies and exhibitions throughout Europe and the United States and is fast building a reputation as one of the most exciting painters on the contemporary art scene.

Metropolis, pop culture and the human psyche are central themes in Robson’s work. His signature style consists of an intense mixture of street, pop, and abstract art and his strokes are fast, free and capture a sense of restless urgency. His creative process experiments with the finished and the unfinished, creation and de-construction. As it appears as though a piece is close to completion, the painterly face on the canvas is artistically assaulted as the final act in the studio performance. Erasing squeegee strokes disfigure his chosen icon and in doing so, Robson transforms them into something new, something more. It is an instinctive act that is powerful, irreversible and a once only event.

For Robson, art should be spontaneous and part of an unrestrictive process; where the artwork takes over and defines for itself the beginning and the end. His portraits blur the lines between figuration and abstraction. Faces lose their recognisable identities and become abstracted; transmitting a universal message with which the viewer can identify. By damaging immortal, ‘unchanging pop-exteriors’, Robson gives a glimpse of what has been lost. He believes his faces are snapshots evoking a moment in time, “a thought on what it means to be present”. To every pop-culture icon he paints, he gives back an essence of truth and immediacy that have been long since been lost. He believes his work changes the unchangeable, and makes it immediate, bringing it so close that we can almost reach out and touch it. As a result, Robson’s paintings seem to breathe and have a magical aura about them.

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Original Sketches

By Michael Abrams

Michael’s new collection of originals displays all the familiar characteristics of a style that has won him a dedicated following. With a new departure in technique, the range has a fresh tone and elegance, whilst conveying the delicacies of studies beautifully. There is a looseness to the style that is gestural and offers the viewer the opportunity to fill in the detail with their imagination.

Michael has used sketches as a means of exploring ideas for his larger pieces for years. They act as a kind of sounding board to experiment with composition, form, and balance, and he loves the idea of sharing the journey of his work from inception to completion with his collectors.

There is an overwhelming sense of love in these charming images. Hope and positivity radiates from the paper, in these captured moments of affection and friendship. Uplifting and inspirational, we are invited to celebrate the best things in life and treasure the love around us…no matter in what shape that love comes in!

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By Linda Charles

The new collection from Linda Charles features a range of ‘Songbooks’, which offers an exciting new addition to her range of collectable artworks. Distinctively quirky, Linda’s three-dimensional renditions of vintage books are both intimate and charming and feature the classic hallmarks that make her limited editions so sought after.

Linda Charles beautifully fuses the nostalgic artwork 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 the hits of cult status artists from the last 60 years. In doing so, she gives new life to relics of the past and merges 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.

“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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Incandescent Skies

By Alison Johnson

Alison Johnson continues to be one of the most successful artists on the contemporary art scene and the new collection Incandescent Skies promises to delight her devoted collectors. 

Alison's atmospheric oil paintings are vibrant and seductive, and her craft is driven by a desire to encapsulate the atmosphere and emotion of a place.  With a nod to the impressionist painters, her work has been likened to the great masters of our time and the Turneresque overtones are apparent. Alison’s seascapes follow a long-standing tradition which have been modernized with a painterly contemporary styling. She fuses the vastness of infinite skies, with power of light and the energy of water, to reveal abstract almost surreal renditions of the natural world. 

The new editions demonstrate the diversity of Alison’s colour palette beautifully; from the fiery red skies of Kingdom of Dreams to the icy cool waters of Beyond the Horizon, each image is as ephemeral and evocative as the other and the sense of movement achieved through light, shade and balance is exceptional, regardless of hue. There is a sense of wonder to Alison’s work, providing a full sensory experience and an overriding sense of pure escapism.

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Studio Editions Brochure XV

View the latest collections

This edition encapsulates the diversity of the portfolio and showcases the highly celebrated, alongside the exciting new names on the contemporary art market…the ones to watch!

We were thrilled to kick off the year with an interview with Paul Wright and gain a fabulous insight into the artist and the man behind the paintbrush. It is always insightful to learn how an artist conceptualises a painting from start to finish, and it is often a surprising journey of discovery. His stunning rendition of Marilyn Monroe has been released to critical acclaim and we cannot wait to see what emerges from his studio next!

Recently, we were delighted to launch debut studio editions by pop art sensation EPI, whose original artwork has recently been exchanging on the secondary market for handsome sums. EPI creates colourful, stylized artwork inspired by a desire to satirize the state-of-the-art world and question the art establishment in today’s culture. Equally vibrant, Chuck continues to captivate with iconic goddesses in his new collection ‘Elysian’, and the eagerly awaited new edition from Sannib has elated his collectors, as he continues to enthral us with the icons that grace his canvases.

With breath-taking new debut editions from American artist Aiden Kringen and striking cityscapes from Ed Robinson, there is a style and subject matter to delight all artistic palates. The Studio Editions Collection brochure featuring some of the most exciting artists on the contemporary art scene and their hand signed editions are beautifully embellished offering originality and individuality.

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Ethereal Dreams

By Aiden Kringen

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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By Chuck

The new collection encapsulates the ‘Elysian’ of an imagined world, in which Chuck explores the relationship between the human form and this ‘blissful state’. 

The beauty of the female form is presented adorned with floral elements that form a tapestry of symbolism. The titles are a nod to formidable females that features in Greek mythology, and the strength of womanhood is amplified as she poses with her natural headdress. We observe the harmony between nature and beauty, and the language of flowers, purity, hope, enlightenment, self-regeneration, and rebirth is beautifully articulated within each piece, offering a unique voice and identity. 

Chuck’s styling is clearly influenced by his fascination with the art of the Baroque and Renaissance eras, and as he fuses the classical with the contemporary, a surreal portraiture is created. His love of fashion and design radiates from the canvas and the juxtaposition between antiquity and modernity is intensified with his colour palette and metallic gold leaf embellishment. 

The Elysian collection is a range of three exclusive editions limited to just 45 copies. Each numbered edition is signed by the artist and beautifully hand embellished to creature a sumptuous texture. 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 and offer a unique element to every single collectable edition.

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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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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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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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