868 artistas y artesanos en Stanford-le-Hope, Essex, UK
- LondonGreater Londonrm10 8nr
I am an artist and designer who wants to blur the line between art and design by creating functional artworks that strike beyond the usual. I believe that we live in a world where everybody wants to be unique and everyone is expressing its own style and personality through everyday objects. Mass production Design is creating standard products that let users chose the colors and not the idea behind the object. At a personal level, I find inspiration in everything that surrounds me and translate that meditative state into physical representations. The key feature of my works lies in the copper wire texture which I create and use as a personal signature.
- LondonGreater LondonSW6 4RD
Lisa Norris Gallery is dedicated to showcasing carefully selected work from established and artists from the UK and Europe. The Gallery has a varied exhibition programme of painting, photography and drawing with a mixed presentation of solo and curated group exhibitions. ART CONSULTANCY The Gallery also advises both private and corporate clients from single works of art to entire projects from sourcing to the final hanging.
- LondonGreater LondonE13AE
I am a professional artist based in the UK. Nature varies itself relentlessly. It is a contact with a persistently changing environment, changing of seasons and constant renewal that inspires my painting. My artworks are in collections around the world.
- LondonGreater LondonSW7
Cactus London is an online art gallery founded by Sarah Williams, specialising in abstract and semi-abstract painting, photography and sculpture. Sarah is fascinated by work which, by abstracting essential elements, reveals aspects of the human or natural world in fresh and original ways. Sarah believes that the best place to really enjoy and relate to a work of art is in your own home. However, finding work of quality which is right for you (and your budget) can be a time-consuming and often daunting process. With this in mind, Sarah has developed an advisory service to help you navigate the work of the many thousands of artists active today and find wonderful and original work that you will love. Whatever your artistic preferences, however traditional or avant-garde your taste, no matter how specific or vague your requirements, it all begins with listening and understanding. And while a successful outcome is the ultimate goal, Sarah is committed to the premise that the process itself should be a pleasure for all concerned. Sarah also works with interior designers who need artwork as part of a design project or to provide a finishing touch to a room.
- LondonGreater LondonN/A
The Barbara Stanley Gallery is an online gallery that focuses on the work of contemporary Irish artists. Representing a mix of some of Ireland’s most established and emerging painters and sculptors, the Barbara Stanley Gallery brings Irish Art to wider international audiences. Working closely with Interior Designers throughout London , we advise and source art for both home and office environments . All paintings , sculptures and prints be purchased directly through our website or can be viewed in the comfort of your home or office by appointment .
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I sell my photographic wall decor images in various sizes as prints, large posters and canvas. My images are great for any room in the home and kitchen decor. Work has been featured in/clients include: OBAMA.COM, AMERICAN GREETING CARD COMPANY, HALLMARK CARDS, LIBERTY, SELFRIDGES, HOUSE OF FRASER STORES, PAPERCHASE, WOODMANSTERNE GREETING CARDS, MEDICI CARDS, CARGO STORES, HOMES AND INTERIORS MAGAZINE, GOOD HOMES MAGAZINE, SUNDAY EXPRESS NEWSPAPER, PROGRESSIVE GREETINGS MAGAZINE, TOP DRAWER MAGAZINE, CARD FACTORY, TESCO STORES, MATALAN, HENDERSON GREETING CARDS AUSTRALIA. Private collections of artwork are currently residing in : CALIFORNIA, NEW YORK, CHICAGO, DALLAS, NEW SOUTH WALES, SYDNEY TORONTO, VANCOUVER, BARCELONA, BUENOS AIRES, CAPE TOWN, DURBAN, PARIS, SHANGHAI, JOHANNESBURG AND ALL OVER THE UK. Webiste www.rossananovella.com
- LondonGreater Londonsw1w 8ls
Founded by Mark Ransom in 1990 and situated on the Pimlico Road in the heart of Chelsea, Ransom is one of London’s leading dealers in contemporary art, photography and design. The gallery has a reputation for excellence, integrity and discretion that it continues to earn by providing an excellent service to discerning clients.
- LondonAberdeen CityW1K 5JF
Nigel Norman joined the family business of Harvey and Gore in 1979. After moving from Burlington Gardens in Londons West End and later Duke Street, St James’s below Piccadilly, Nigel left the firm upon the end of a lease in 2005, and set up on his own in the Grays Antiques centre in 2006.Specialising in fine wearable jewellery of the 18th-20th century, with an emphasis on sporting items and a fine collection of cufflinks.The stand at Grays is open Monday to Saturday Nigel is available in person on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 10am to 4.45pm (or by appointment) and can be contacted on 07801 789316.Dianna James will assist you on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays (11am to 4pm) and can be contacted on 07786 440054.
- Unit GE3, Cooper House 2 Michael RoadLondonGreater LondonSW6 2AD
MICA is an emerging brand spearheaded by Reedah El-Saie, recently commissioned by Thames & Hudson to write a book on ‘Contemporary Islamic Interiors’. Having initially specialised in Contemporary Islamic art, MICA is now expanding into interiors. Inspired by Islamic art, MICA launches the ‘MICA Zen Collection’ of wallpapers, fabrics and carpets.
- 155 Battersea Park Road LondonGreater LondonSW8 4BU
Cardross Glass provides a bespoke, design, fabrication and installation service for individual architectural art glass commissions. We work on projects of all sizes, and we work internationally. Harry set up Cardross Glass in 2006 with Robin Osmani; the partnership provides architectural art glass for clients who want ideas, imagination and implementation, all from one experienced supplier. Glass designer Harry Cardross has worked with architectural glass since graduating from Central Saint Martins in 1982, and has designed for clients all over the world. Harry believes that each commission should have its own individual response; it is this vision that will let the glass respond, and enhance the spaces around it.
- LondonGreater LondonSW7 5RP
Luxury brand ROKOS creates playful, sculptural objects that behave in unexpected ways. Exceptional objects express their personalities, like the crystal Gauge vase, which takes on the behaviour of a flower by leaning over as if it is wilting as the water level goes down. The angle of the Gauge's neck indicates the level of remaining water, suggesting when the vase needs a top-up. The objects have won the Red Dot and the German Design Awards. Products have been featured in Wired, the Sunday Times, Monocle, Icon, Damn, Design Exchange, Nowness and on a poster for the London Underground, promoting master's courses at the University of the Arts. The brand's designer, Jim Rokos, originally worked as a model-maker in the film industry. He went on to teach at a special needs school, before completing a Master’s degree in Industrial Design at Central Saint Martins, London. After graduation, his work was Design Parade selected and won the RSA Design Directions Award. Last year, Jim curated Dyslexic Design, which challenged perceptions of dyslexia by accentuating its positive effects and its close association with design. Dyslexic Design was widely featured in the press and won a London Design Award. Many now consider Jim's work to be a symbol of the gifts that dyslexia can bring.