SEE WHO’S EXHIBITING AT CONTEMPORARY ART FAIRS
I am a realist oil painter concentrating on portraiture and wildlife. I have been creating artworks that feature well known figures, but currently have undertaken some larger scale animal portraits. Working in oils on canvas to create realistic pieces that evoke the nature and spirit of the subject I am depicting.
Raskovsky's creative genius, an outstanding innovation to photographic art. A refined vision transforming photography into post-impressionistic masterpieces. Creates movement that vibrates all the nuances of a wild and rampant nature. Rich imaginative ability to relieve viewers from accepted norms of photographic art and as a consequence, he opens our minds.
Colour, abstract and high gloss are my passion. A self taught artist looking to experiment with new mediums and ideas. Always pushing for new concepts to be different and a focus point of conversation. Contemporary, modern and individual is my aim.
Entirely self taught, Rayford’s inspiration comes from the eclectic mix of new and historic architectural features that can be found around the country. Excluding people from his quirky take on the world around us, Rayford draws on the personality of our surroundings to bring his paintings to life.
Oil painter of land and seascapes capturing a fleeting moment never to be repeated. The paintings are not about a place, but concentrate on light, peace and freedom. Dawn's work has been featured in many articles including Sunday Times Style, Elle Decoration, Vogue, House and Garden and English Home.
Geometric, Hard Edge, Minimalist and 3D fascinates me. Using acrylics on Aluminium or Birch surfaces and Alu-Mesh sculptured over fabrics, my goals are to conceptualise, capture and design new and fascinating linear-geometric abstract art that delivers a capacity to create fascination, evoke deep thought and engage great emotion and distill mood for the viewers.
Rob is self-taught, inspired and attracted to light and reflections. Blending traditional old master’s techniques of oil painting with a contemporary style of colour harmony, shadow and composition, resulting in a fresh blend of both styles. Awards: Royal Miniature Society, Hilliard Society of Miniaturists, Florida Miniature Art Society.
Riverhouse is a community arts centre in Walton on Thames. We provide the community with an eclectic mix of arts: Quality theatre (adults and children), music of all genres, comedy, fine art and a comprehensive education programme. We re open 7 days a week.
Claire Grahame BA Hons Fashion and Textiles. Claire, artist and sculptor is exhibiting this year for Riverhouse Barn following a successful weekend at Sandown last year. An artist and teacher of mixed media, art and textiles she captures abstract figurative art in two and three dimensions.
Sophie's artwork is a response to her sensory and emotional experiences within different landscapes. She works from these experiences and her own introspection to inspire her and her imagination. When creating her work, she wishes to communicate a sense of that particular location's space, atmosphere and the everchanging flow of the natural world.
In recent years Maggie has developed a series of work entitled 'The music of the landscape' in which she interprets the musical elements of melody, harmony and rhythm found in our beautiful English countryside. She is represented in prestigious Northern Galleries and regularly shows work in the Mall Galleries, London.
Surrey based, Irish artist, GrainneRoche paints a variety of subject matter, from bustling street scenes, to childhood memories of days at the beach. Her work reflects her interest in landscape, using dynamic line and colour. She produces paintings that synthesise the many elements of a place. Her work is energetic, yet retains detail and clarity, using layering techniques to heavily build up a level of complexity of surface. Grainne's paintings are raw and atmospheric, she looks at things without the necessity of making sense of them and tries to paint through the subject, as to what it was that drew and attached her to it. Heavily layered acrylics produce deeply textured surfaces of broken colour. The texture looks weathered, fraught and worn, the effect dream-like and nostalgic.
Lucy Routh is a contemporary still life painter. Amongst her favourite subjects are flowers, fruit, fish and sea life. Using a combination of ink and paint Lucy has developed a very distinctive unique style, creating images that are bold, bright and fresh with a sense of space and simplicity.