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At Lafontaine Contemporary Arts (LC Arts) we are passionate about art and committed to offering great value, contemporary art in a relaxed and friendly environment. We provide professional advice and assistance at every stage of an acquisition – from the initial search for an artwork through to its framing, delivery and installation in your home.
This planet is home to a wonderful variety of living organisms that are each individual in their biology and behaviour. They form large webs of connections amongst one another in ecosystems that are vast and complex. From whale migrations that encompass the entire globe, to ants that scurry along the forest floor. We are all witness to the beauty of life on Earth. Earth, the tiny little planet that we inhabit somewhere in the unfathomable depths of the universe.
Born in Jerusalem and based in London, artist Talia LeHavi has been working with traditional Japanese ink painting techniques for many years. Exhibiting both in London and internationally, she is known for her cross-disciplinary paintings, prints and ceramic tiles. Talias aesthetic sensibility is an exploration and reclamation of nature’s patterns, prompting a dynamic dialogue between the detailed and the whole, the fleeting and eternal.
Jayne Leighton Herd is a professional artist and designer based in Berkshire. Her vibrant, colourful paintings are inspired by nature and the rich tapestry of life. Working on a variety of supports, including plexiglass, metal and canvas, she creates contemporary, statement pieces. Jayne welcomes commissions for bespoke art for both residential and commercial projects.
THE ART OF ARCHITECTURE
Linescapes specialises in highly detailed CAD architectural portraits of iconic buildings and landmarks. Set up in 2014 by Amalia Sanchez de la Blanca., Linescapes offers a range of architecture-inspired prints, cards and gifts which aim to tap into people’s emotional relationships with buildings.
Every day gives me inspiration for my art… I love in oils their viscosity, richness, dynamic colours and the palette knife for me is the most magical instrument when I am working, as it helps me to lift the paints from the canvas and also build the dimensions as thick as I like. Amazing to see the thickness and the contrast of the layers when the painting is finished.
I have been painting for many years, exhibiting at a number of London venues.
The thing I love about art is that it creates a unique relationship with the viewer. Each person’s response to an artwork is theirs and theirs alone. So really, every piece of art is a never ending story
Michelle is an award winning, international pastel artist specialising in realism to create large scale, beautiful seascapes and underwater portraits. Her art explores the contrasting raw power and calm serenity of the differing states of water, and the technical challenge of capturing both its translucency and movement.
Beautiful oil paintings inspired by nature.
I create oil paintings inspired by nature. I combine naturalism with expressive colour to create something beautiful, quirky and a joy to look at. I absolutely love to paint and I love where I live, so my work is a reflection of the world I see around me . I use colour in surprising ways, vibrant colours sit alongside neutral tones to create something pleasing for the eye.