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Alec Cumming

Alec has had numerous solo shows in the UK, India and LA. Alec is the youngest artist to have a solo exhibition with the British Council in India and he was selected as “One to Watch” at the India Art Fair 2016. He has also participated in several artist residencies, most recently with Dove Street Studios (Norwich) and the Goa Chitra Museum (Goa, India). Alec Cumming has been featured in Saatchi’s list of strong emerging artists to invest in as well as named a ‘rising star in the art world’.

Alec’s work is held in private, public and corporate collections world-wide.


Brenda Lenaghan R.S.W

Her ideas are inspired by something seen, mainly while traveling. Her travels have taken Brenda to India, Tibet, China, Japan and most of Europe and Russia.Lenaghan taught in Glasgow and then St. Columbas School Kilmacolm.  She has been painting and exhibiting every year since 1975.

She was elected to the Royal Scottish Society of Painters in 1984.

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Gian Berto Vanni

Gian Berto Vanni was born in Rome. He studied with Vordemberge-Gildewart in Holland and color theory with Joseph Albers at Yale University in New Haven. Vanni has been actively involved in the Italian Art scene of the 60s, moving to New York City at the end of the 70s. He has been teaching color theory at the prestigious Cooper Union School of Art in NYC for 30 years. Vanni’s work has been shown in galleries in the United States, Europe and Japan.


Greg Harris

Greg Patel-Harris (b.1984) lives and works in Bristol, England. He often reminds the viewer that life is temporary through a consumption back into nature and regurgitation into other forms.  However, despite themes leaning towards stark – some would say dark – realism, the value of living is always present: the joy in the moment, a comfort in being alone, opportunities to become more resilient.


Igor Moritz

Igor Moritz is a Polish-born artist who creates vivid, almost Fauvist backdrops and characters who stare with forlorn at the viewer. Moritz has exhibited within the Saatchi Gallery London as well as Paris, New York, and Mallorca, and has work in multiple collections, including Colección SOLO in Madrid and Rad Hourani Foundation in Montreal.


Ko Byung

An online tour de force. South Korean artist Ko has built up quite a reputation on social media for his unique watercolour work. He has recently launched a new line of NFTs and is looking to take his work worldwide.


Matt Macken

Macken has recently exhibited in various important group exhibitions such as ‘Antisocial Isolation’ by Delphian Gallery at Saatchi Gallery (London, UK) and ‘Ancient Deities’ at Arusha Gallery (Edinburgh, UK). His work belongs to various collectors around the world including the Soho House permanent art collection.

Macken's work mostly explores personal, expressive, figurative themes and aspects of the human condition through various mediums such as paint, pencil and collage on 2D surfaces such as canvas or paper.


Matthieu Livrieri

Matthieu Livrieri (b. in Grenoble, France 1999) testifies to his own life. By considering that life is art, he uses his personal experiences to create a testimony of his time through painting. He has exhibited work in Paris, London & Grenoble.

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Maureen Binnie

Born Glasgow. Painter in oil and pastels, and etcher. Landscapes in bright colours, showing the influence of John Reid Murray and George Henry. Graduate of Glasgow University and Glasgow School of Art 1975-1980. In 1980-1983, aided by a Greenshields scholarship, studied in Paris at Atelier 17 with Stanley Hayter and attended classes at La Grande Chaumiere. Much of her printmaking done on Orkney. Paintings mostly landscape and derive from journeys in her native Scotland and the USA.


Piers Muiry

Piers Muiry is a young London-based artist. A chronic daydreamer, his work depicts facets of human experience and imagination, using form and colour to combine what can be seen with what can be felt and perceived. He has had work displayed at the Saatchi gallery and Turner Contemporary, among other venues.


Sir Howard Hodgkin

Sir Howard Hodgkin was born in London in 1932. Howard Hodgkin’s reputation as one of the finest colourists in contemporary art and his standing in the art world is beyond doubt.
Howard Hodgkin has been a Trustee of the National Gallery and the Tate Gallery and in 1985 won the Turner Prize. He was knighted in 1992.


Tom Phillips RA

Tom Phillips RA was born in London in 1937, attended Camberwell School of Art then teaching at Bath Academy of Art, Ipswich and Wolverhampton Art College between 1965 and 1972.

Phillips’s first solo show was in 1965 at the Artists International Association Gallery in London, followed by an exhibition at the Angela Flowers Gallery in 1970. His 1989 show at the National Portrait Gallery was followed by a major exhibition of his work at the Royal Academy of Arts in 1993.


Victor Vasarely

Victor Vasarely, was a Hungarian-French artist, who is widely accepted as a "grandfather" and leader of the Op art movement. His work entitled Zebra, created in 1937, is considered by some to be one of the earliest examples of Op art.

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