Maria Positano uses elements associated with rituals and ceremonies, including fire, burned wood, metal and wax, to create physical artefacts and project meaning onto symbolic objects.
“My paintings document my interest in the lost and the found, what is passing memory and what is synthesised as a trace in the landscape.”
89% of art transactions start online; 49% of collectors buy artworks online and 71% of art buyers have bought at least one work without having seen it in person. Few figures that clearly show how essential is the use of internet in the era of globalization for those who sell and buy art.
Jaykoe’s interdisciplinary practice explores the intricacies of the metropolis looking at alternative uses of city spaces as they become more densely populated, and issues of urban planning, social control, psychogeography, gentrification and community.
With a career spanning four decades, Michael’s artful and atmospheric imagery occupies that rare position of being sought after in both the commercial and fine art sectors.
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Alanna Eakin’s work has tickled our fancy this week. Working from her South London studio, Alanna creates vibrant paintings that take on two forms: one expressive and abstract, the other figurative and controlled.
The four winners of this year’s Signature Art Prize the UK's only art prize dedicated to student and emerging artists, have been announced. Find out more about them!
Slovenian artist Sabina Šinko playfully overlays traditional Chinese ink with watercolours to build striking and yet sensitive portraits.