Artists in alphabetical order
Kim AdamsMy work is currently engaged in the differences between the still and moving image within portraiture. Exploring ‘the gaze’ and investigating the representation of the body, sexuality and identity. The work employs video, installation, photography and textiles.
steve Attwood-WrightI weave, dye and decorate textiles and create outdoor installations from my studio near sarn in montgomeryshire. I teach children and adults in textile and arts workshops and accept undergraduates for workshop experience and can arrange postgraduate workshop/production training...
Sam AldridgeSam Aldridge is a visual artist and curator living and working in Cardiff. He predominantly produces sculptural imitations of everyday objects, using readily available materials, including corrugated card, coloured paper and electrical goods. This is done through a process of interacting with the or...
Abu Jafar ARBSAbu Jafar is an acclaimed leading International artist and Philosopher of the arts. Born on March 21, 1968 in a small village called Jhilna, Patuakhali, Bangladesh. Since 1991 he lives and work in United Kingdom. He studied fine arts, painting and drawing at the Institute of Fine Arts, University o...
Ed AdamI am primarily a lens based artist whose practice explores how rituals and customs are codified and what this reveals about our contemporary relationships with our localities, histories and each other.
Recent exhibitions in 2008 include:
Tatton Park Biennial Film Programme, Tatton Park, Manches...
patricia aithiePainter, photographer, writer & lecturer Patricia Aithie has twenty-five years experience of living and travelling in the Middle and Far East and beyond. She specialises in travel, culture and faith. She is a member of the British Guild of Travel Writers, and elected a fellow of The Royal Geographi...
Becky AdamsI combine stitched paper, vintage fabric, sketchbook and antique ephemera to create intricate paper and book works.
My work is a recollection of past experience and contemplates themes of memory, souvenir and the preservation of what could otherwise be lost. Connections are made between text, texti...
John AbellMy work explores the human condition via drawing, print and painting. The images are charged with a sense of darkness, fear, and death, in a sense of pessimism or even nihilism....
David Alan AtkinsMy work is inspired by the bizarre, the grotesque and surreal with touches of humour that can be sometimes described as barbed or dark. Influences range from the works of Bosch, Breugel and Goya to the illustrations of Ian Miller and Brian Froud, the books of Jack Vance, Mervyn Peake and Terry Prat...
Ivy AlvarezIvy Alvarez is the author of Mortal (Red Morning Press, 2006). Her poetry is featured in anthologies, journals and new media in many countries, including Brilliant Coroners (Laupe House) and Letters to the World (Red Hen Press).
The recipient of several awards, prizes and residencies, Ivy Alvarez...
Stewart AlexanderOver the past few years or I've got into abstract painting.. which I call contemporary emotionism.
I try to be 'free' in all my work, hopefully all that is shown within my artwork.
For us, all that I hope, is that we can be organic and wonderfully naked in all our expressions and ideas.
Roger AndrewsI model mainly in clay and mould my work for reproduction in various media including bronze and aqueous resins.
Specialising in portraiture and public sculpture, my most recent work is the 9ft bronze of Sir Tasker Watkins located at the Millennium Stadium in Westgate Street, Cardiff ...
Mark Alexander (Nerveart.com)Mark Alexander is a freelance artist with a wide variety of skill. Graduating from Swansea Metropolitan University with a first class BA hons degree for General Illustration, Mark enjoys creating characters using a broad range of media, from simple pencil work, sculptures, to elaborate murals.
Website - http://nerveart.com/
Huw AndrewsIn journals, Huw Andrews notes his ongoing connection (or lack of) with conventional aspirations. Appreciating the overlooked and resisting the hyped, he notes marginal thoughts, observations and encounters, a process developed whilst exploring the detective in San Francisco, hawking in Paris, unemp...
claire louise avenellClaire Avenell is a student exploring the world of fine art. Indulging in contemptuous sculptural forms, surrealistic works and contrasting ideals. Eager and hungry to take the art world by storm!...
Chris Andrews (On behalf of) Gideon Hall is an artist and curator.
He is currently researching the artist Chris Andrews.
Therefore, if anyone has any imformaation about Chris's work or other recollections, could they submit them to the Profile address?
Lynda AtkinsonForthcoming exhibition in Dinas Powis, Methodist,Church,Kynance Hall: Thursday 21st April to Sunday 24th April 2011. 'Art is my life.'
This exhibition describes the way Art has influenced the whole of my life choices and directions from becoming a pupil at the Manchester High School of Art (and ...