Artist Initiatives and the Online Market

Artist Initiatives and the Online Market

With such a tough year behind us and a new year dawning imminently, I’ve been reflecting on how artists have adapted in 2020 and the initiatives they’ve taken to keep things moving.  The virus pandemic left London galleries closed and streets empty, and the lack...
Dreams Do Come True… Jessica Zoob

Dreams Do Come True… Jessica Zoob

May has been a busy month so far preparing for two big events – one being my wedding in Tuscany on 29th May(!) and the other; a fantastic new exhibition I’m truly excited about. I’m delighted to present an epic display of paintings by Jessica Zoob,...
The One to Watch… Ant Carver

The One to Watch… Ant Carver

If you haven’t heard of Ant Carver as yet, get googling. In fact, go out and buy one of his paintings right now while they’re still affordable! He is my one to watch and prediction to become very successful in the future. It’s not often an artist’s work is as at-home...
Remembering a Legend… Zaha Hadid

Remembering a Legend… Zaha Hadid

As with most architecture fans, I was shocked at the untimely and tragic death of architectural legend and artist, Zaha Hadid, in March 2016.  Taken too soon, she dedicated her life to curvilinear forms and ‘liberation of the plan’. Her exceptional work pushed design...
The Favourite… John Monks

The Favourite… John Monks

Sometimes you find an artist whose work stays with you, lingers at the back of your mind, and you hope that one day you just might be able to afford a piece! John Monks’ paintings have this effect; the scale and his use of colour, rich oil paint lathered across the...