Paul Preston

A beginner exploring styles and techniques.

Unchartered
Acrylic on canvas
24 x 18 cm

NFS

Red Dwarf
Acrylic and pen on canvas
30 x 24 cm

NFS

Gathered
Acrylic on canvas
40 x 40 cm

NFS

Philippa Bandurek Bradbury

Website / Instagram

Philippa lives in Cambridgeshire, UK, and is of mixed English and Polish heritage. She is a visual artist mostly working mainly with acrylic paint and ink.

Her work plays on an abstract colour palette, either highly saturating the colours to create a vivid playful piece, or by limiting the colours to give focus to the lines and shapes. By altering colours, she hopes to illustrate how another person might see something familiar in a totally different way.

She is inspired by anything that catches her eye; people, places animals and objects, and works by taking a series of photographs to work from in the studio.

For Philippa, the act of creating is therapeutic, and she enjoys creating artwork just as much as seeing the finished piece.

Sheldon in Red
Drawing
15 x 15cm

NFS

Robin Red Breast
Drawing
15 x 15cm

NFS

Rob Crann

Facebook

Having visited the Farne Islands, and seen thousands of Puffins, I decided to paint this picture with a red sunset, and red Clover.

Puffins at sunset
Oil painting on canvas
16 x 12 inches

£65

Sally Butcher

Website / Instagram


My Art practice is inextricably linked with my work in Cultural Studies, embracing a view of artist as practitioner, scholar and social commentator. My research continues to focus on female subjectivity; informed by constructed identities, the role of desire and the space of the body. I am particularly intrigued by the boundaries of gendered surfaces within signifying practices; the movements between the natural and the cultural, body and image, inside and out. My practice is predominantly expressed through the fields of printmaking, drawing, and digital photography, mixing found cultural imagery with autobiographical pieces.

The Three Graces: Virgin
Photography
50 x 50 cm (framed)

£150 (framed)

The Three Graces: Bride
Photography
50 x 50 cm (framed)

£150 (framed)

The Three Graces: Whore
Photography
50 x 50 cm (framed)

£150 (framed)

Shani Vizma

“Kinky Boots” is one of my favourite films about a family-run shoe factory in Northampton that avoids going bankrupt by creating fetish footwear for men. I’ve used kinetic typography for a scene where Lola is shown a pair of boots for the first time and to her disgust, they’re burgundy. They should be RED. Using this technique helps to express the words with a brilliant blend of audio and video animation.

Kinky Boots – RED
Video, Kinetic Typography

NFS

Sharon Read

Instagram / Facebook

In order to fulfil the requirements for this exhibition I took myself away from my usual style of work and thought about how I could use the colour red in the most simplest of ways. Communication, and how we use red to warn, bring to attention, is vital to our understanding and navigation in many situations.
Within a gallery context it might be that works of art are accompanied by a small red dot; this is a signifier, a non-verbal communication that the artwork has been purchased. SOLD I & II is a play on this specific kind of communication in a minimal format.

SOLD I
Painting
10 x 25 cm

£50

SOLD II
Painting
10 x 25 cm

£50

SOLD I & II
Painting
10 x 25 cm (each)

£100 (pair)

Sonia Ben Achoura

Webaite / Instagram / Facebook / Twitter

Sonia Ben Achoura’s art lies at the intersection between art and science. An artist, and psychologist, she depicts her insights into the psyche onto canvas. Intimations of perfection, forms are born out of an interplay between light and colour. She creates a vivid world of dynamic forms and geometric perfection. The artist’s concern for our planet is expressed as she weaves organic forms over the fabric of robotic geometry. Future outcomes are explored in her creations.

Future Landscape
Acrylic on canvas
56 x 66cm

£500

Warren Shaw

Website / Instagram

Record Run Red
Print
7 x 7 inches

NFS

Yota Kuki

Website / Intagram / Twitter

The bright red blood that connects life.
The circulation from birth to death are spinning under the same theme.
The theme of the blood color: Red.

ふっとうちゃん (boiling-chan)
Ink on PVC
23.19 x 9.7 x 7.39 cm

£150 (This is a unique work)

芽吹くプール (Sprouting pool)
Digital drawing
21 × 29.7 cm

£20

しんぞうちゃん (heart-chan)
Ink on PVC
26.01 x 12.8 x 7.9 cm

£200 (This is a unique work)