Künstler und Kunsthandwerker in Blackley, Greater Manchester, UK
- ManchesterGreater Manchesterm19 2ww
Contemporary original photographic prints. I am an award and prize winning photographic artist, producing original images that are unique in style and content. Subjects include sail boats, caravans, lighthouses and figures.
- Australia Lane Grappenhall, WarringtonCheshirewa4 3ez
One Red Shoe offer the design and hand-painting of murals, artwork and bespoke digitally printed wallpaper, carpets/flooring fabrics and laser-cut panels for homes, businesses and public spaces in the Cheshire and North West area of England - further afield by arrangement. - Specialising in feature walls, full themed rooms and bespoke mural wallpaper with a hand-painted look. - Previous clients include: Clive Christian, The Royal Mint, Historic Royal Palaces, Penguin Books, The Literacy Trust, Transport For London, Aardman Animation, The Bristol Post, Liverpool Housing Trust, West Lancs Borough Council, Crew Town Council, St Mary's Hospital, LOCOG, UNICEF, SOS Children's Villages, The Heritage lottery fund, 5 Boroughs Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, John Wiley & Sons Publishers, Green Isle Foods LTD, London borough of Brent Council, Salford City Council, Chester Renaissance, Warrington Borough Council, Halton Council, Grappenhall & Thelwall Parish Council, Spank Records, Robot Records, various high profile clients and interior designers.
- Halifax Road BrighouseHD6 2ED
My name is Guy "Guigs" Wilkinson and I'm a Modern Abstract Artist currently based between London & Brighouse, Yorkshire. My work comes from how paint and colour develop, collide & mix from movement, which creates a visual language of shape, form and composition that aims to create interest, curiosity and a depiction of imagery, and this is purely provided by my obsession with the below quote - In the world today, where everything is organised pre-planned, and scheduled, it's nice to know that the accidental things are still essential in order to make life more effervescent. The concept of accidental creation and the idea of beauty by coincidence are fascinating… Can I produce work by ‘accident’? How do I engineer coincidence? Traditionally mankind is familiar with placing paint (or any other kind of material) at the canvas (or any vessel to display creation). They may call it a random act, but when our intelligence tells us that our strokes can be influenced by our moods the climate and other factors not necessarily governed within our active state of consciousness can we still call it random coincidence? I want to take the doubt away, remove the human element of conscious sub conscious. Something that is truly random and not influenced by anything. Is this a possibility? Author: Unknown
- SheffieldSouth YorkshireS36 1ET
From her Sheffield base, Josette offers a range of specialist decorative finishes and Furniture restoration transforming complete rooms or individual pieces of furniture in both the domestic and commercial sector.
- MAYFIELD, HARE LANE, PIPERS ASH, CHESTERCheshireCH3 7ED
Bright and bold mixed media Photography Art bringing colour and culture to your next project. Helping travel lovers celebrate culture through mixed media Photography Art. For those who love to travel my Photography Art is intended to evoke wanderlust from nostalgic experiences or create excitement for future endeavours. Due to the varied inspiration, colourful approach and stories that accompany my work I believe residential, commercial and hospitality spaces all represent a great environment to display this type of work.
- 17 Jaxons court,Hallgate WiganLancashireWn2 4pl
skphotoart.co.uk,Contemporary style portrait photographer who specialises in women's portraiture. Portrait photographer offering make over portrait experiences to women and their families with a professional hair and make up artist. Offering 'Girl's Day Out' and 'Champaign Party' experiences for women. Sk Photo Art wants to show every woman that she is uniquely beautiful and that she should exist in photographs for herself, for her family, and for everyone who loves her. Photo shoots are half a day long with multiple wardrobe changes. Clients mostly provide clothing but SK Photo Art also has a small selection of wardrobe choices. 2-3 weeks later, clients return for their photo reveal and ordering session. SK Photo Art issues the challenge to all women to exist in photographs. SK Photo Art provides family portrait photography, generational family portraits, and men's portraiture. SK Photo Art also provides professional branding and head shots for corporation and small business, product photography, and all other photographic needs.
- WakefieldWest YorkshireWF5 9HF
I am an abstract and contemporary landscape artist based in Ossett, West Yorkshire. I produce original art on canvas and canvas prints from my photography. Bespoke art. affordable way to commission an artist.
- 104 Hollins Lane Marple BridgeGreater ManchesterSK6 5DA
Scandi and monochrome style art prints and greetings cards for adults and children. Contemporary wall art with a Scandinavian design feel to reflect the current Hygge home decor trend. Soft pastel colours, inspirational words and simple monochrome designs is what you will find at Word Up Prints.
- 26 Hawarden Avenue LiverpoolMerseysideL17 2AL
Alison designed her British Ceramic Design Studio in 1998, from which she created a range of high quality tea & coffee products sold in John Lewis, Harrods, Anthropologie, Crate & Barrell, Zara Home, Fortnum & Mason and Marks & Spencer. She is also a 'name' designer at La Cafetiere. She firmly believes that a good cup of tea is something to take time over, to savour and to give your full attention. A tea break should be just that; switch off the phone, relax and enjoy fine quality loose leaf tea, from the loveliest crockery you can find. Now retailing her own collections, Alison puts fellow tea lovers firmly at the heart of the design process, with elegant practical products presented in gorgeous packaging. Good tea and teaware should be a gift, either to oneself, or to others. Alison has travelled widely and forged international partnerships, but is particularly inspired by Oriental tea culture. A key partner is Mr Liu, from Dehua in Fujian Province, China. As an expert in ancient Chinese ceramics, and something of an alchemist, he knows how to create the fine finishes and the bespoke glazes her collections require. Alison believes that there is no place in Britain, for the third rate teabag (although she is partial to a drop of builders brew on occasion) and that wherever possible, your teapot should always match your dress!