Did a film camera alter the way you look at the world? Film photography is said by many to record an unadorned 'truth' yet that truth comes in many forms. To help create a record of how differentcameras have shaped our aesthetic. In 2012 we began our first workshop 'Developing the Mind's Eye' looking at digital processing skills. For 2013, we are planning a series of themed modules for people wishing to develop a more professional approach to their photographic work.
Located on the border between Hampshire and Wiltshire, The Brick House offers a complete range of conservation treatments for Fine Art paintings, to institutions and private clients. Our team of MAqualified and ICON Accredited conservators work closely with clients to protect, restore and care for artworks in accordance with professional and ethical standards.
Combining my love of wildlife and art; whilst also working alongside wildlife conservation groups - I have been fortunate to realise a lifelong dream. My artwork very much reflects my love of nature.My natural history paintings, drawings and pet portraits are highly-detailed and portrayed using a variety of media including: pencil, oil, pastel and gouache.
Having spent many years as an artist and teacher, Noel James founded LACEWING FINE ART in 1979. Since then he has supplied fine works of art to clients, major Institutions and galleries worldwide,specializing in 17th to early 20th Century British and European Paintings, Watercolours, Drawings and Sculpture.
The full collection of limited edition prints and remarques, including the Patrick O'Brian covers; Nelson's Ships; 'Fighting Sail 1773-1815'; The Kydd Collection; 'Speed Under Sail'. Also originalpaintings and commissioning service. Paintings and limited edition prints of the America's Cup and classic yachting subjects by Steven Dews, Tim Thompson and Brian Jones.
The New Art Centre was founded in 1958. The original gallery was located in Sloane Street, London. In 1994 it was relocated to Roche Court in Wiltshire, a nineteenth-century house in parkland. Theexisting house and Orangery were built in 1804. Together with the grounds, Roche Court is now used as a sculpture park and educational centre where work is shown inside and out providing a survey of sculpture for the enjoyment of the public.
Classically trained and multi skilled portrait artist & equestrian artist, Hazel Morgan's commissions take her all over the world. With a client list that includes several Royal households acrossEurope and the Middle East, Hazel is firmly established as one of today's leading portrait and equestrian artists.