Roger Keeling firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.facebook.com/rogerkeelingart/ 07970292642 Paintings, drawings and digital prints based on life-drawing and figure studies.
Nigel Glaze (M.A.) Fine Art Painter email@example.com https://nigelglaze.myportfolio.com website https://artbaazar.com/collections/nigel-glaze online gallery https://www.artfinder.com/nigel-glaze shop ARTISTS STATEMENT To notice something, something about the world outside creates an inner connection; a reflection, a feeling, a thought and a connected story or memory. I believe act of looking is a complex psychological process; my paintings explore looking and making connections with people and places. Looking whilst mark making generates interactions with memories and stories this then effects the looking. My desired goal is to inspire those who see my work to connect with the process of looking, being emotionally open, reflecting and noticing. I’ve always communicated through
I just love paint. And I love to travel. And to teach other people to paint. That’s it really. In recent years I have studied with master painters from Italy and the USA, all the time searching for traditional skills and methods which can be applied to paintings of a modern world. I give workshops and classes on various aspects of drawing and painting and also painting holidays for those who want to work outside the studio. I have always been a painter, I graduated with a BA Hons in Fine Art Painting and later studied for a teaching certificate specialising in post 16 education. My
Dan’s cyanotypes at Maws and his screen prints will be at the White Hart. Dan Peyton, born 1958 in England, currently works in Jersey City, NJ and upstate New York, is an artist photographer who specializes in outdated photographic techniques and other disciplines and explores how their decline in popular usage has imbued them with historical permutations that relate to ideas about the passage of time and implications of creating hand made imagery. Dan has shown work in the US and Europe. His ambrotype of Matthew Day Jackson was included in the Maurizio Cattelan curated Wrong Gallery installation at the 2006 Whitney Biennial. He
2018 series || U N T I T L E D || mixed media on board Painting and drawing onto MDF, glass, metal and other found objects allows the materials to behave in a variety of ways. Applying paint, scratching away, adding more and removing some, creates a repetitive, cathartic process until a balanced outcome is achieved. Much like the physical process of the installations (which can be seen on the website) the work is documented throughout using photography. In addition to visual elements, text is used in response to a variety of subjects. Some refers to a found diary from childhood, as does the naivety of repeated shapes. www.charlottebillingham.co.uk Instagram: @charlottebillingham.art Contact via website
Rod Willis lives and works in Broseley Wood, and will be opening his studio in Cobwell Road- venue number 7 – for the 2018 Secret Severn Art Week. He has been a full time professional artist since 1992, having run his own studio galleries in Worcestershire and Ironbridge, and been resident artist at Ironbridge Fine Arts, who he still works along with. He has recently been taken on by Beckstones Art Gallery in Cumbria, one of the finest galleries in the north of England. The basis of Rod Willis’ artwork has always been his intuitive feel for light, atmosphere and mood, coupled with a natural
I graduated from Staffordshire University with a BA(Hons) in Graphic Design. I currently work at Madeley Academy teaching Art. Whilst I enjoy a variety of mediums in art, I especially enjoy using drypoint etching and mixed media to create prints that include strong line, bright colour and texture. I enjoy experimenting with working on different papers and fabric as this affects the media used in the print. I usually focus on portrait (human or animal) but I have also done still life and landscapes. I work from images that catch my attention due to colour or composition and allow me to use a range of
I am a Shropshire born and bred contemporary abstract artist working mainly in acrylic and oil pastels. I use a process of building up and scraping back layers of paint and mixed media. Having left full time employment behind, I now have more time to dedicate to my love of painting exploring the balance of colours and textures. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: @belleandrewsart Facebook: Belle Andrews Art