Tuesday, 25 August 2015

Mystery and Drama

World-renowned Philip Jackson’s awe-inspiring sculptures never fail to move viewers with their aura of mystery, their sense of drama and their emphasis on form.

This time, for a change, we are featuring a well-known sculptor, whose work can be seen in many public places throughout London, as well as other towns. However, the aesthetics of his sculptures is so mesmerising and compelling that we have not resisted including him in our body of work, most commonly dedicated to less famous artists.

Monday, 17 August 2015


Bronia Sawyer’s talent and creativity have broken down the barrier of her dyslexia to offer viewers book art in which texture, strength and versatility combine to produce sheer Beauty.

“I am dyslexic but I enjoy working with text. I like the idea of working with words in an abstract way, as sometimes that is how written language feels for me. When I write, my words are often mixed up or missing: folded away in part of my brain I can’t quite get to.” This is how U.K.-based artist Bronia Sawyer explains the reason of her passion for using books as her medium to express herself within the art world.

Monday, 10 August 2015

Flower Shower

With Nature as her primary source of inspiration, Rebecca Louise Law has challenged the boundaries of Art by bringing floral art to the limelight with her stunning, sublime large-scale installations. 

Colour. Beauty. Freshness. Awe. The exhilarating feeling of wandering through the very core of Paradise. Imagine yourself strolling in such a place, where suspended flowers shower you with the sheer feeling of having been suddenly blessed with a visit to Paradise…

Monday, 3 August 2015

From Rusty Nails to Glorious Art

John Bisbee’s mesmerizing sculptures made with nails are pushing the limits of the current concepts of Art, while creating a mature body of work that magnetizes viewers with both its grace and strength.

Think about the triviality of nails. Consider the effect of time over these more than common tools. Imagine the transfiguration they undergo, according to the various shades that rust gradually gives them as it covers their surface, metamorphosing them into something apparently different. And yet, they remain mere nails.