SEE WHO’S EXHIBITING AT CONTEMPORARY ART FAIRS
We have always found that art and wine are natural partners and have invited M-Wines to come along for the weekend and share their knowledge, passion and fantastic range of specially selected wines with our visitors.
M-Wines commissions talented winemakers to make their ‘dream wine’, they put their name on the label and release them in limited editions of just 1,000 numbered bottles. With every M-Wine the winemaker writes a short biography with the story behind their wine.
Anna’s work explores the play between form and space, force and subtlety. Colour palettes are observed directly from nature and forms derived from shadows, architectural spaces and a love of simple geometric line. Visual elements are then stripped back leaving only the essential. Fascinated by the power of white space and the Zen philosophy of ‘Ma’, which translates as ‘gap’ or ‘pause’ compositions move between intuition and control exploring the ebb and flow of energy through the use of tone and marks.
Elizabeth works full time from her studio in Chester creating artwork for private and corporate clients. She sells throughout the UK at art fairs to both national and international markets. Her art is unique and explorative creating abstract pieces, inspired by her life experiences. The paintings are mixed media incorporating materials that uniquely express her emotional and imaginative interpretation of the subject Cityscapes and landscapes are the focus for this exhibition with unique and contemporary art of Windsor and surrounding areas.
Louise McNaught completed her Fine Art Degree BSc (Hons) in 2012 at the University of Greenwich and she has continued to work as a professional artist ever since, with international representation. Louise’s creations feature nature and animals, where the animals are God-like, sublime and ethereal in their presence and depiction. McNaught’s work is motivated by emotive and spiritual experiences which has manifested in a mixed-media approach. Her soft style suggests a delicate relationship between nature and ourselves, making a clear point about man’s destruction of nature – which flutters jewel-like in the balance.
I am a professional artist living in Hampshire.
My paintings are an intimate reflection of how nature makes me feel, whether I’m in awe of its striking beauty or soothed by its calmness and peace. Exhibitions include Mall Gallery, London; Royal Birmingham Society of Artists and Knapp Gallery, London.
Heather is influenced by light and how it changes our perception of the world around us and the colours we experience. The changing seasons, nature and sunsets all provide inspiration for her art.
She also demonstrates her process to art societies and teaches impressionism and abstract painting at the JoeDaisy Studio.
Sill Life and culinary paintings by Dutch artist Tanja Moderscheim (London). Classical, 17th-Century technique and style. Suitable for kitchens, dining rooms, drawing rooms and other living spaces, the detailed oil paintings express space, stillness and silence. Exhibitions include, BBC, AAF & Mall Galleries. Commissions undertaken.
Robin’s creations are often compared to musical arrangements. Colour contrasts blended with superb harmony forming subtle variances.
Robin has been working as an artist since 1987. Robin exhibited in his dedicated galleries at Guildford, Surrey and King’s Rd in Chelsea, for a period of 25 years.