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We specialise in contemporaryfine art; original British paintings, photography and sculpture.
Our diverse portfolio of artists bring together an inspiring, creative and exciting collection of thought provoking art. We endeavour to bring our clients the finest in British talent today including the best paintings and photography of Windsor.
Michael is an award winning artist who combines observations of local urban landscape with abstract geometry and pattern and a sensitive handling of colour and tone. The carefully controlled nature of his work hints at his background in fine art, graphics and digital art & design lecturing for colleges and universities.
Kevin is an artist originally from North London. His studio is now in Hertford Town. He works with oil paint and produces images that reference his life growing up from the 1970's in a large Irish family whilst coping with the complexity of life with Tourette's and mental health illnesses.
Born and raised in North Finland and has been living in England since 1969. She attained her degree in Fine Art from Surrey Institute of Art & Design. Her work has been predominantly in mixed media and collage on paper. She has participated in many group exhibitions and Art Fairs.
My career as a painter spans over 30 years and I have many private and corporate collectors worlswide. I adore vibrant colours and textures and use in all my work to create layers and stories, whether it is a landscape, seascape, abstract painting or contemporary face. "Colours are like words to me".
After graduating from Moscow State University of Arts & Design Tanya has worked as:- stage and costume designer for Moscow theatres, curator for the Russian Ministry of Culture and an antique painting restorer in New York. She has had three TV programs made about her life and work and exhibitions in Rotterdam (EXPRO), Hanover, Nicosia, Dusseldorf, Amsterdam, Luxembourg, New York, Moscow - a private exhibition at the British Ambassador's Moscow residence and Paris at the Russian Ambassador's residence.
The human figure, especially the female form is central to my practice. I produce ceramic sculpture with a variety of scale and surface finish. This work is underpinned by drawing from the model which is sometimes also translated into painting. I permanently show my work in galleries throughout the UK and also in France.
Richard studied painting at the University for the Creative Arts Farnham from 2008 until 2012 and has since had his work exhibited widely throughout the UK. Most notably in 2014, Richard was shortlisted for the prestigious South Central art prize, which led to his paintings being featured on popular news channel, BBC South Today. In 2015 he was selected as a prize winner in the Windsor and Newton painting prize which saw which saw his work displayed at the Griffin Gallery Open.
Grace Ellen is a self-taught landscape artist, inspired by the great diversity seen in British nature and wildlife. At first glance, Grace's paintings are almost photographic, a longer look reveals a painterly quality. This is created through her intuitive use of different texture mediums, sprays and inks alongside the paint.
My speciality is figurative art which takes the form of decoupage figures and sculptures. My pieces are designed to be either wall hung or free standing. Each piece is covered in Japanese chiyogami and other decorative papers both front and back giving each figure a unique and individual style.
I have been producing my recent work on genuine disused signs, giving something rusty, aged and even bullet ridden a new life. A used sign to me is a unique canvas, sometimes with 20 years of wear, tear and imperfections, each one telling a story of its own ... I love how no two can ever be the same.