Featured Artist – GILL BUSTAMANTE

I coined the phrase ‘Memory Impressionism’ because my artwork is often created by something seen having visited or walked somewhere – or even something I saw on a wildlife program. I then make a painting that captures my impression of that place along with the colours and the way I felt about it from memory. My paintings often have slightly mystical elements …

Featured Artist – “Out of the Fire” – STEVE FLEETWOOD

I am fascinated by the contrast of cold and hot steel, how it’s hard enough in one state to cut and shape itself and yet malleable enough for me to tie in knots in the other. How the gentle caress of the torch can reveal a full rainbow of iridescent colours.  I have been manipulating metal both hot and cold …

Featured Artist – SIMON FAIRLESS

A popular and talented painter, Simon lives and works in Windsor, England. Taking inspiration for his paintings from the natural world and places he visits when hiking or cycling. His ideas and aesthetics spill into Landscapes, PopArt and Abstract works. Simon has exhibited throughout the United Kingdom has been internationally published, his original works now exist in many thousands of …

Featured Artist – LEO VERDI

My work is a study of the balance between chaos and order. Tying philosophy to art through endeavour and art to science through reality.  While aesthetics distracts the uninitiated, the more observant is able decipher the scale of harmony.  Reconciling the level of ostensible order to ascertain clues to metaphysical puzzles is the challenge presented.  Uniquely positioned as your guide …

Featured Artist – CARLOS DE RIAÑO CARRIL

He is an Spanish artist (Madrid 1986) who, in parallel to his profession of architect, works in a career dedicated to drawing and expressing forms and spaces. His work is a synthesis of volumetric and spatial ideas and reflections embodied in dense and complex perspectives.  From simple and minimalist shapes and geometries to which he was initially drawing, he went …