Artists in alphabetical order
Mike MurrayMike Murray is an artist who works in a variety of media. His most recent pieces have included motor driven sculptures/objects, video installation and digital technology.
The various themes explored in his work have been those centred around consumerism, technology, transitional spaces and socia...
Phil MartinPhl Martin is an artist/photographer and graduate from University Wales College, Newport where he studied for a BA (hons.) Film and Photography and Masters in Documentary Photography. ...
MadgeI graduate from Cardiff School of Art and Design with a BA (Hons) Fine Art in July 2008.
The Idea dictates the medium I use. Therefore works of mine can exist as an anecdote, a poem, a toy, a performance, a photograph, a film, an archive, a painting, an event....
Melville MitchellMelville Mitchell’s high impact performances see moments of determined physicality, back slapping solidarity and feats of supportive endurance. Often stemming from real events the pair have experienced together, audience members should expect to witness a brutal friendship and plenty of booze....
David MarchantMy practice consists of short low tec video clips.With an interest of what is real,the visual portrays a sense of rawness and crudity.I rework fun recognizable objects to speak about current issues within a postmodern condition.
Fern Middleton2008'The movement of everything alive is affected by time'
The rhymic forces of music and the natural world capture powerful weavings of vitality and beauty. This work is live transmissions from my own experience of synaesthesia. Music, air, sea and land travel, create apparitions and atmospheric...
James MooreMA Fine Art, Chelsea College of Art & Design, 2002
BA (Hons) Fine Art, Manchester Metropolitan University, 2001
Foundation Art & Design, UWIC, 1998
Architectural spaces, computer games and photographic realism all play a part in my paintings. Some of my works are directly photo-realist, they ar...
Jane MaddoxMy work is inspired by nature and I use recycled materials wherever possible to raise awareness of environmental sustainability. I enjoy the simplicity of the line and may use pen, wire, stitch or scalpel to draw natural forms.
Cheyenne MahoneyI'm a disabled, Cardiff based painter formally training in the fields of Art History and Design. This has greatly influenced my style and provides a strong structural basis for my ideas.
I currently use acrylic, though my paintings are not solely restricted to canvas. Past artworks, whether figur...
robert mcpartlandIn my work, I try to say something of significance with small things, whilst being true to their nature. Even a simple, single form can have many manifestations and existences; faced with complexity, I work as simply as possible. ...
chas mulcockRiver Horse Design specialises in original fine artwork on canvas, we also take commissions painted on wood, glass, ceramics, metal, furniture and household objects d’art, from vases to headboards. Also Graphic designs for marketing materials or publicity, CD/book covers, logos, or headed statione...
Dorothy MorrisDorothy Morris's work can be viewed at her new premises - The little Gallery, 52, Main Street Pembroke.
She is a qualifed art teacher, and tutored art in the community at degree level for Trinity College.
She has exhibited widely in Wales and abroad including Russia. She founded King Street Galler...
Clare Pasquina MorelliI’d personally describe what I do, music, animation & computer art as a bit, off on my own, far from the norm. Whatever norm is?
The music is kinda soundtracky, electro storytelly dreamy like. My animation can be anything from dancing eggs to swirly dynamic images moving in time to my music. H...
Lily Mae MartinI am an artist originally from Australia. Completed my BFA in Drawing in 2008, at the Victorian College of the Arts. I then won a scholarship to travel so I moved to Berlin and now I am in Cardiff town.
I draw predominately and paint sometimes.
People are my main source of inspiration, and all t...
Jackie Morrisn this body of work I have re-focused on my approach to abstract painting. The main images are taken from reproductions of art historical paintings. The human figure is removed, allowing the fabric and its folds to take centre stage. I have studied both historical and contemporary art to juxtapose p...
Robbie McIntoshIt could be said that the nature of my work is an attempt to remove my self out of the creative process. My work questions the authority or function of the author, and explore the places where 'meaning' is thought to unfolds and reveals its self. The Rorschach inkblot and references to the mechanica...
Hugh MooneyI am an artist using collage, spoken word, text and anything else I can lay my hands and mind on to create low Tech, low budget works that will interest, amuse, or just plain annoy. I use computers and old fashioned paper and glue to make works that look very unslick and un-'professional' but this i...
Thomas MartinI started taking an interest in photography in 2010 and bought my first 35mm SLR in August of that year.
As a photographer I do not believe in the overuse of digital editing and prefer to limit it to the bare minimum. Most of the pictures I have taken have only been cropped and or had the white b...
Sara MyersI'm a sculptor who has worked and exhibited in New York, Taiwan and Cyprus. I'm finally back home and waiting for my studio to arrive-it's being shipped. Some pieces from my last exhibition can be viewed at www.saramyers.co.uk...
Katy MeasuresMy intention throughout my work is to create narratives in a childlike style. I aim to capture an essence of playfulness yet uncertainty. The characters within the stories of the books come to life, exploring a new and exciting 3-dimensional world. I am greatly influenced by children’s drawings an...
Alexandra MillarMy work is primarily the investigation of how we perceive space. I feel that space is the most important aspect a painter can deal with and my work is primarily influenced by an idea that Leo Steinberg first raised in 1968: that of the ‘;Brain City’ in that “the picture plane abandons its appe...