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Vivien Phelan
Vivien Ceramics
Ceramics

Vivien Phelan

https://www.ceramicandglass.co.uk

I was a local district nurse for many years,following retirement, I obtained a degree in ceramic and glass .I have enjoyed making many animals & figures sinces. My claim to fame is that during lockdown I appeared on BBC1 show
" Home is where the art is" series 2 episode 11. The commission was for a personalised piece of the person and all the things she likes in her life. Find out more at my website: www.ceramicandglass.co.uk

Teddy

Teddy Baden

http://www.teddybaden.co.uk/

Teddy Baden is not simply driven by a fascination with dogs. Literally viewing them as ‘Hairy Aliens, living amongst us’… his artwork is a celebration of an incredible relationship, of human society’s historic and endearing subsumption of another species. 'Fly Bye' 2015 Near Latimer Road, West London pictured.

Photography by David Woolfall
M. B.
Portrait painter

Andrew Mcleay

Fine artist & occasional street artist specialising in portraiture.

Simona Nastac
Three wild fruits on a stump
poet, conceptual

Simona Nastac

www.simonanastac.com

Sometimes I write poetry in response to visual art, sometimes I create art in response to poetry.

tim
Tim Norice Work
Sculptor, landscape

Tim Norris

My Website

Tim has a range of experience in both exhibiting and constructing commissioned work in the landscape. A proven track record of Commissions and Residencies, Including, Artist in Residence at The Irwell Sculpture Trail, The Grizedale Forest, and The National Cycle Network.

Richard Elson, Amira camera
Richard Elson on the set of Scrutiny
Filmmaker

Richard Elson

Personal website

Filmmaker.
Writer and Director for TV, film and theatre.
Self shooting artist and photographer in traditional and 360 virtual reality filming.
Passionate about social justice and the environment.
Phone number is my agent's number (Andrew Naylor, United Agents)
linktr.ee/elsonmedia

Bumblebee drawing
Oil painting of a prawn
Painting & Photography

Laura Gompertz

https://www.lauragompertz.com

Laura is a local artist and has lived in Chiswick for most of her life.

She was originally a theatre designer, creating sets and costumes for Alan Ayckbourn premieres, pantomimes, touring shows and film. She has worked as an interior designer since 2008, building up an award winning interior design practice specialising in bespoke kitchens, Laura Gompertz Interiors.

Every year she has an open studio weekend in West London with Artists At Home and she shows regularly with the artists' collective ArtCan as well as elsewhere.

Laura's paintings are in private collections worldwide

Me at Future Visions
Venting in Ryebank (film still)
Multidisciplinary

Eva Joy Lawrence

Website

I am a multidisciplinary artivist whose ideas circulate around protest, apocalyptic possibilities, climate change and utopia. I often take an anarchic view to traditional spaces for art and prefer using public interventions and community collaborations to spark energy for change. I grew up in Brentford and I have a degree in Fine Art and Art History from Manchester School of Art and The University of Barcelona. I am currently based in London and I have always lived in cities; the grit and absurdity of which are often captured in my works. My practice sits on a line between humour and horror, humour being a useful tool with which to approach hyperobjects such as the climate crisis and neoliberal global capitalism. I regularly use recycled materials and objects collected from the streets to make work as an act of non-monetary exchange, community cleaning and through which I enjoy subverting the elitism which surrounds the art world.

series #1
#CLONEME
contemporary

Wai Lok Cheung

https://www.michael-cheung.com

My practice is about boundaries. I believe The rise of the idea of “posthuman” had, in many ways, shaken the fundamentals of dualism. To think that there is an absolute binary relationship between human and machines, nature and culture, object and image, identity, gender ... etc, is simply missing a lot regarding the quintessence of being. And I believe this “missing” is where contemporary art needto engage. Thus I like to work around blurring and challenging these boundaries.I work with image, live art and various forms of media.

I am currently working withbiometric data and computer language, and how the entanglement of the two creating a condition where I am in between physical and non - physical existence, me becoming together with the machine.

Artist Photograph
'Missing the Sea' from my series Distorted Realities. Distored Realities is a series of Digital Collages created from layeres of hotographs
Creative Photographer

Frankie McAllister

https://www.frankiemcallister.com

Frankie McAllister is a London based photographer from Northern Ireland. Her practice sits on the fringes between fine art landscape and documentary photography, with a particular interest in altered landscapes and the influence of man on nature, most recently including constructed landscapes and abstracted realities.

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