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Staffords Gallery London

Bespoke Artisan Framers

CENTRAL LONDON PICTURE FRAMERS

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Friends in Residence.

This page is for all those who took the time and trouble to read and connect with me and send me your wonderful Artwork I thank each and everyone of you.

I am a recent University graduate where I studied for A BA (Hons) in Fine Art. and obtained a First Class Honours degree. As part of my final project and dissertation I looked into the world of the homeless and how they become invisible. This piece, although not one used for University, was a follow up piece (1 of 3) that was exhibited in a group show at Neo Gallery 22, Bolton, Greater Manchester. Although I like to dabble in most media, my preferred choices are pencil, pen and ink.

Artists Name:Bryan OldfieldLocation:     Cyprus, Mediterranean.Media:        WatercolourDescription: Mountain village in Cyprus in Spring.Contact details: email [email protected]

Please find attached a Jpeg of one of my recent pet portrait commissions ‘Buster on the Beach’ - Pastel on Pastelmat 15x19 Inch. I thoroughly enjoyed seeing his happy face looking back at me every day and was quite sad to see him go! I predominantly work in pastel, favouring them for their strong colours and delicate detail capabilities. Drawing on many years of experience as a specialist animal artist, I create beautifully unique portrait commissions using your own cherished photographs. [email protected] Thank you so much for this opportunity – I have my fingers crossed for the competition! Kind Regards Helen Yates

Hope you like my “Red Poppies “ watercolour painting. Regards , Valerie Howland

Hi, I have just found your site through artist and illustrators. Please find attached a few of my recent paintings.

It is watercolour on arches paper and the one below is oil on canvas.

My website www.mikejacksonart.co.uk

Many thanksMike Jackson

Work shown is titled : French Composition Oil on Board 70 x 50 cm

delmonte 

Location: Wellworth Studios, 4th Floor Building 7a, Crimscott Street, Bermondsey, London. SE1 5TF 

Website: http://delmonteart.wordpress.com/Bio: “Disregarding the traditional idea that an oil painting is created by just the one painter, Helen McMahon and Jason Robinson create intensely atmospheric abstract paintings as a duet. With a formula that deems the process just as important as the outcome, one relies on the autonomous, reactive and interceptive deeds of the other. Painting alone at different hours but on the same canvas, their separation of ideas and paint creates a togetherness in their works, a "harmonious tension" as they call it, which leaves the viewer questioning whether the painting might be a reference to a landscape, a figure, an experience or an emotion.” Beautiful Crime 2012

We are a collaboration of two artists who share a studio but not the same style of painting. By working jointly on the same painting our different methods of working are combined to create abstract oil paintings with a distinct aesthetic style.

Working to a basic starting formula, we are guided by reaction and response, where music plays an important role. The many thinly layered, muted grounds create a sense of place where contrasting quick, bold actions, whether loud and jarring or a just a subtle intervention, bring to life a narrative, however ambiguous. There are diverse elements of harmony and discord, noise and silence - a visual disturbance amongst the stillness to bring about a dissonant harmony.

Exhibitions:Group shows

2013 Ludlow Open 2013, Ludlow

2013 Lisa Norris Art, Fulham

2012 The Other Art Fair, November; Ambika P3, London NW1

2012 Selection of works curated by Mary George; Fulham, London SW6

2012 TRACE; Motorcade/Flashparade Gallery, Bristol

2012 Resistance; Cranleigh Arts Centre

2012 The Other Art Fair, May; Ambika P3, London

2012 The Door Prize for Painting; Centrespace Gallery, Bristol

2011 Selection of works curated by Mary George; Rivington Street, London, EC2A

2011 Studio F9; The Chocolate Factory, London N16

2011 Create a Diversion; The Rag Factory, London

2011 The Cass Degree Show; Sir John Cass, London Metropolitan University, London

2011 Awarded The Sir John Cass Vice Chancellor's Purchase Prize

Work included in London Metropolitan University collection and in private collections.

Links:

Lisa Norris Gallery

www.lisanorrisart.co.uk

Contact delmonte at :

www.delmonteart.wordpress.com

[email protected]

Hello- please find attached a recent work I'd like to enter for your prize draw. I am looking for a new framer, so this email comes at a really great time.

Best,

Brian Dennis

07764943129

Website: www.rodneykingston.com

Thanks,

Rodney

Attached is my oil painting of Mo Farah during the London 2012 Olympic Games.

Artist name: Rodney Kingston

Title : Ready for the ladder

Screenprint

50 x 70 cm

Jason Robinson

Location: Bermondsey, London. 

Website: http://www.jasonrobinson1.com/Bio: I have no conscious aims, no intentions, but move from immediate impulse in the exploration of pure form, colour, balance and chance.

Awards :

2012 The Gainsborough Prize for Graduate Printmakers.

Publications :

2012 HESA INPRINT : Issue #16 Phobia , Issue #20 Code

Education :

2011 BA (Hons) Fine Art; Sir John Cass School of Art,

London Metropolitan University

1994 Diploma F.E ; Sir John Cass School of Art, City of London Polytechnic,

London.

Work held in private collections

I am one half of delmonte,

delmonte is a collaboration between two artists who share a studio but not the same style of painting. By working jointly on the same painting our different methods of working are combined to create abstract oil paintings with a distinct aesthetic style.

Working to a basic starting formula, we are guided by reaction and response, where music plays an important role. The many thinly layered, muted grounds create a sense of place where contrasting quick, bold actions, whether loud and jarring or a just a subtle intervention, bring to life a narrative, however ambiguous. There are diverse elements of harmony and discord, noise and silence – a visual disturbance amongst the stillness to bring about a dissonant harmony.

“Disregarding the traditional idea that an oil painting is created by just the one painter, Helen McMahon and Jason Robinson create intensely atmospheric abstract paintings as a duet. With a formula that deems the process just as important as the outcome, one relies on the autonomous, reactive and interceptive deeds of the other. Painting alone at different hours but on the same canvas, their separation of ideas and paint creates a togetherness in their works, a “harmonious tension” as they call it, which leaves the viewer questioning whether the painting might be a reference to a landscape, a figure, an experience or an emotion.” Beautiful Crime 2012

[email protected]

delmonte are Jason Robinson and Helen McMahon [email protected]

collaborative work held in London Metropolitan University collection

and in private collections.

Selected delmonte pieces available through:

Lisa Norris Gallery 281 New Kings Road, London. SW6 4RD

www.lisanorrisart.co.uk

Contact delmonte :

www.delmonteart.wordpress.com

[email protected]

Selected Awards :

2011 London Metropolitan University Vice Chancellors purchase prize

Exhibitions:Group exhibitions :

2013 Promenade ; Mile End Pavilion, London.

2013 Prints at St Peter's ; St Peter's, Sudbury.

2012 Gainsborough's House Printmakers; Edmund Gallery, Bury St Edmunds.

2012 Proof Perfect ; The Framers Gallery, London.

2012 Works on Paper ; R K Burt Gallery, London.

2012 Islington Summer Salon 2012 ; London.

2012 Turn, Turn, Turn ; The Margate Gallery, Margate.

2012 Prints in St.Peter's ; Sudbury, Suffolk.

2012 Lost For Words ; UCLH Street Gallery, London.

2012 Fabric of the Land ; Lang Byre Gallery, Aberdeenshire

2011 171 Days ; The Rag Factory, London.

2011 The Fishwick Papers ; Foremans Smokehouse Gallery, London .

2011 Fabric of the Land ; University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen.

2011 The Cass Degree Show ; London.

2010 Presence ; Mile End Pavilion, London

2010 Melt ; Mile End Pavilion, London

2010 Taste ; The George, London

Forthcoming delmonte exhibition:

Lisa Norris Gallery, London SW6. Date late September to be confirmed.

delmonte Exhibitions:

2013 Ludlow Open, The Harley Centre, Ludlow.

2012/13 Works curated by Mary George, Fulham.

2012 The Other Art Fair; P3 Ambika, London. (Nov)

2012 Trace; Motorcade/Flashparade Gallery, Bristol.

2012 Resistance; Cranleigh Arts Centre Open, Cranleigh, Surrey.

2012 The Other Art Fair; P3 Ambika, London. (May)

2012 The Door Prize for Painting; Centrespace Gallery, Bristol.

2012 Bodystudio; Rivington St, London.

2011 Create a Diversion ; The Rag Factory, London.

2011 Studio F9; The Chocolate Factory, London.

2011 The Cass Degree Show; London.

Please find attached an image of a piece of my artwork.'Queen of Hearts' 240mm x 300mm x 35mm Acryllic on box canvas by Julia Richardson For more information go

I would like to submit a competition photograph of one of my most recent modern art paintings, titled PS Waverley.

Acrylic On canvas 91x61 cm.

Thanks Peter Rathbone

Christopher Marion Thomashttp://www.studiocmt.com

I'm a paragraph. Click once to begin entering your own content. You can change my font, size, line height, colour and more by highlighting part of me and selecting the options from the toolbar.

This piece is titled: Stars and StripesMedia: Oil and Mixed Media on cradled hard boardSize: 24 x 24 inchesArtist: Christopher Marion ThomasWeb site: www.studiocmt.comPhone: (832) 670-0907

Thank you so much for posting and continued success.

Wild Rose by Julia UnderwoodThis digital work is a collection a White Wild Roses, I love photographing beautiful flowers and plants and this piece is created from my original photographs. You can purchase prints and see more of my work on my website; www.jewellsart.co.uk  

Thank you Kind Regards Julia Underwood www.jewellsart.co.uk

I've sent you a picture of my latest painting, "Cape Cross Seals ",

which was a horror to paint and I'm stumped as to how to frame it. It's

oil on board 24"x18". I paint a lot of African wildlife and landscapes,

mostly from sketches and photographs back in the UK.

I've lived most of my life in the Middle East, France and Africa, and I've

painted all my life, but having never had any formal training there

are bound to be glaring 'mistakes' of technique, but I do enjoy it so much.

I can't paint English scenes--its for watercolourists and I can't cope.

Now I know where you are situated I shall try and visit your premises

next time I am in London.

Best wishes

I’ve entered your competition and attached a file of an oil painting I did: ‘Autumn on the River Wharfe’ Thanks Keith Melling

Milley is a recent commission I'd undertaken, worked in professional artists coloured pencils. Many thanks, Sharon Spradbury http://www.sharonspradbury-artist.co.uk/ 

by Bill Pepper, watercolour on cartridge paper A3 size

Title: Sir Bobby Robson: Legend

Size: 30"x30"

Medium: Acrylics

Thanks,

Davey Brown

Terrific IDEA, and the website is full of info and easy to navigate......impressed. Here are some of my efforts......... CAP 20" x 24" CharcoalBUSKER BOY 12" X 16" CharcoalBOATBIRD 20" x 16" OilMy preference is for people and I love charcoal, although most of my work is oils. If you need more info let me know please.Cheers,Sharon http://www.sharonwrightartist.blogspot.com/

I am a Wildlife Artist. I gather my reference material while on location in Africa. Watching how the animals live and communicate with each other makes each painting very special to me. I am part of their world, just for a short time.

I photographed this Hornbill while it balanced precariously on a thorny bush. I called the picture 'A Question of balance'. To hopefully remind the viewer that we all need to respect and help all creatures that we share our amazing planet with.

www.desireehart.com

Here is a picture of an artwork from a Mauritian Born Artist. A watercolourist more precisely. His name is Riaz Auladin. Since secondary level he found himself with some talents and took part in a few competitions where he received first prize and, second prize in a group competition and a few awards. Boosted, he kept practicing to develop his own technique doing some artworks for privates until came the time for getting into the work market. From then he would not hold the brush again for almost two decades until very recently, January 2013 more precisely, when having more spare times he decided to get back to his old passion. From an artwork to the other he got more confident and decided to run his first ever painting 

exhibition, which he held in June 2013 with the help of the National Art Gallery, an organism attached to the local Art & Culture Ministry, which help and promote budding artist. The exhibition attracted a lot of visitors and the works of the now forty one years old artist was much acclaimed by local newspapers, critics, artists and the public alike. In between the organizing of the exhibition the artist won a painting competition held at National level and was allocated an all paid trip to the UK, for a cultural tour!

Now the artist is trying to grab a few awards and attention by participating in several competitions on the international level, while preparing for his next exhibition.

The painting on this artwork is kind of mirror for Mauritius; You get the 3S's that made Mauritius well reknowned as a touristic attraction. You get the"Sea, Sand and Sun" with a tourist having a walk in a late afternoon.

The work is water colour and is on paper.Title is "solitary walk"

Yet to be sold, so any inquiry about the painting is welcome.

You may also visit the artist homepage for more; www.facebook.com/RiazAuladinArtPages

Riaz Auladin

Ann & Harry Robinson

La Ribiere sud

87230 Pageas

Limousin

France Tel: 0033 (0) 5 55 78 58 62Mobile: +44 (0) 77 077 632 08

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This painting is Oil on Canvas, 70cm x 70cm Title: The Parade of the Copper Beech.Inspired by two magnificent copper beech trees just beside the A36 in near Warminster in Wiltshire, it has always struck me how copper beech trees stand out amongst the crowd and thus I felt they deserved a parade all of their own. Kind regards Caroline Walsh-Waring Tel: 01373 452136 or 07587 212921​

www.scarlettart.co.uk Caroline’s Latest News: 28/09/13-6/10/13 Peacock Arts Trail, Corsham. www.peacockartstrail.co.ukFrom September 2013 I will have work on display in Made in Bradford, 4 Lamb Yard, Kingston Road, Bradford on Avon, BA15 1FG3/11 - 29/11 2013 – Solo Show at Victoria Hall, Church Street, Radstock, BA3 3QG - Look out for more details. Follow Updates and Like:Caroline at www.facebook.com/carolinewwscarlettartFrome Open Studios on Facebook at www.facebook.com/FromeOSFrome Art News at www.creativefrome.com

Dear Stafford and Mark, (Editor no image was found) :(

I hope this reaches you well, I am emailing from the shores of Mozambique.

I just saw the competition you are running and would love to enter. I

am sure you are unindated with emails at the moment.

In the meantime I'm attaching a jpeg of one my my recent oil paintings

"No Meio do Capim" which is Portuguese for Amongst the reeds.

Best regards,

Fiona

Following more than 15 years in the printing/repro industry Dave Hartley embarked on a career in art, working as a freelance illustrator for magazines. However, after several years, he grew tired of the formulaic pieces that these publications required so turned his attention and efforts to the world of fine art.For over 10 years, now, he has been producing high quality pencil drawings on a full time basis.Born in 1970, and originally hailing from Hyde, Dave is now based in Stockport. He seeks out remnants of a forgotten time, capturing the rugged beauty of a lost landscape which was once so commonplace in the towns of Bolton, Manchester, Oldham, Rochdale and Stockport, skillfully immortalising them in a distinctive and unique style of graphite art. Whilst, more recently, he has begun to focus on the ordinary and unnoticed aspects of everyday urbanism.Dave's most significant influence has been the late Trevor Grimshaw who, like himself, produced evocative pencil drawings of the northern industrial landscape. Unlike Grimshaw, however, Dave often includes a distinctive human element, in his work, giving the pieces a strong narrative aspect, conspicuously absent in Trevor's drawings.The paintings of Edwin Butler Bayliss, Harry Rutherford and Adolphe Valette also continue to be great sources of inspiration.Very much in the ascendancy, Dave's work regularly appears on the Northern Art page of Facebook and he has exhibited throughout the North West of England in many galleries including The Colin Jellicoe Gallery, Todmorden Fine Art, Colourfield Gallery and Turner's of Stockport. At Stockport Art Gallery his work has been part of their annual Open Exhibition since he became a professional artist. Featuring in many private collections, his original drawings are now becoming widely sought after.Å@Telephone: 0161-291 8176Mobile: 07810 000446Email: [email protected] / [email protected]: davehartleyart.co.uk

These are two paintings done by myself - Wendy. The first is a copy of an orientalist painting, done in oil as a practise piece. Perfectionists may say that it is not exact (I took some liberties) but for me it was a chance to paint in oil which I had not really done before.

The painting is now in a lounge/waiting area in a Paris hospital, hence the plaque pictured with it.

I am a self-taught artist and photographer, and am not driven by any pre-conceived style other than to be as free and natural as possible.Simple and uncomplicated results give me the most satisfaction and I prefer to paint on location.I ran my own Building Design Company for many years concentrating on detail, therefore a loose impressionist relaxed style is used in my painting. The sensuality of colour surrounds us, the energy that drives our lives is light.Having been a tutor in photography, art, and architecture courses for mature students, and running painting groups in my local area it gives me great satisfaction to share my finished work with others.Various one-man and collective exhibitions in all media have been mounted in Essex and the North East during recent years.You may contact me at [email protected] or you can see more of my work at htpp://www.saa.co.uk/art/brianhogg.

Thank you so much for running this competition and providing this opportunity for artists. I am an art student studying classical realism. The work I have submitted is from the cast of Alessandro Algardi's 'Cardinal Claudivio Zacchia' in Charcoal. The work measures approximately 50 x 40 cm.

Best of luck to everyone who entered. :)

Wendy Child

Hi, I have just found your site through artist and illustrators. Please find attached a few of my recent paintings.

It is watercolour on arches paper and the one below is oil on canvas.

My website

is www.mikejacksonart.co.uk

Many thanks

Mike Jackson

here are some examples of my work. Calligraphy, while not my full time job, is my passion and it is very sad that now that it is no longer taught in evening classes at colleges less and less people are learning it.. Like painting etc it takes about five years of regular practice to achieve and while a computer can turn out lettering by the dozen with very little effort, this computer generation script lacks the vitality and depth of that produced by a dip pen. 

Hope you like it

regards

Sheila mailto:[email protected]

Dear Stafford and Mark,

I hope this reaches you well, I am emailing from the shores of Mozambique.

I just saw the competition you are running and would love to enter. I

am sure you are unindated with emails at the moment.

In the meantime I'm attaching a jpeg of one my my recent oil paintings

"No Meio do Capim" which is Portuguese for Amongst the reeds.

Best regards,

Fiona

Carol Hambleton <[email protected]>

Title: Kath's Window

oil on board

Stephanie Brunton is a Whitstable based painter.

 have attached 'Across the parade Ring, July course, Newmarket' A recent horseracing painting. My website is http://stephaniegreaves.co.uk

Regards

Steph Greaves,

Artist

 I grew up in London , as did my father , who worked as an Arts journalist on Fleet street The place holds many dear memories for me.Most of my adult life , I have lived in rural England,a mother of 2 boys, mostly Devon. I like to paint and draw, and have shown my work globally online through Red Bubble and other networks.. where I come under the name "synthpaintann "There I met with encouragement, but am not so keen on the impersonal nature of the web. 

 This is a slightly fanciful amusing illustration of me , my husband and woofler at home.Portugal has been our home for the last five years. We love the arts , music and books.

 I was shocked to hear that your business is so alone in London. 

 Wishing you and your business all the very best. May it be strong and good for many years to come.

 Thank you for helping you show this little picture to the world. 

Love and Peace

Anne CL Walter.

 b. 1966

This is a link, it is safe as far as I can tell.https://www.facebook.com/LornaWebberVipond

http://lornawebber.blogspot.com/

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