Lydia Bauman. Landscape Art for City Lifestyles. “My technique evolved from my interest in the appearance of old peeling walls, glazed tiles and pottery, and the ancient techniques of fresco (painting into wet plaster) and encaustic (painting with melted wax)”. Visit lydiabauman.com
Abi Meats is from from RUDE company. As trained graphic designers the couple launched a t-shirt label which soon grew into an international street brand. Rude’s reputation soon earned external commissions to illustrate, design and manufacture designs for clients such as The Tate, Doctor Who and Urban Outfitters, visit thisisrude.com
Sarah Hyndman is a graphic designer and educator who is curious about psychology of typefaces and how we respond to them as type consumers. Visit https://www.facebook.com/TypeTasting
Michael Brown is making vivid abstract paintings and collages. Visit http://abztractart.com/ to see more of his works.
“My photographic and mixed media works explore stillness and movement through urban and rural landscapes”, – says Catherine Jacobs. http://catherinejacobsartist.com/
Alexandra Blum: “The drawings are records of my encounters with transforming spaces. They chart the shifting relationship between building and city, the changing nature of the space as the tower block evolves through time and the emergence of domesticity, perched upon layers of raw construction”. http://www.alexblum.co.uk/
Ceramics maker Jo Davis: “My work is a bringing together of contrasts – wet and dry, wriggling and still, sharp edges and blunt forms. Each design is the product of an evolution of my visual language, developed over years”. More at http://www.jo-davies.com/