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Togetherness is sharing Liquorice Laces
A Visual 2D Artist enjoying Contemporary Abstract Art

Jan Stevens

http://www.janstevensart.com

JAN STEVENS NAPA (National Acrylics Painters Association)

My paintings are in UK private collections
Selected for Exhibitions at Royal Watercolour Society Open in London, NAPA Summer Shows at Chichester and St Ives, Water Street Gallery Todmorden, W3 Gallery, Orleans Gallery, The Bowman Gallery Richmond.

Jan in Conversation

‘My ethos is fluid, open and colourful. Water flows, so does my abstract art. I am inspired by our amazing ocean, river and coastal landscapes, a quality-loving creative mother and a mathematical engineering fun father. Cornish raised, state-degree-educated, global business wise and South West London living fuse to celebrate my creativity. Painting for me is very freeing, momentary and healthy. Once a piece is finished, I remember a curious happiness from a time well spent.
I often pour water based paints, preferring acrylics for their range of consistency. Gestural brush marks create movement with more solid shapes adding a depth and floating sensation inspired by nature. I like to use companies with a sustainability focus such as St Cuthberts paper mill in Somerset or Fabriano paper mill in Italy. I have a reuse/recycle policy.
Enjoy’.
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Carrie Reichardt
V&A 'Power to the People' part of the 'Disobedient Objects' exhibition
Craftivist

Carrie Reichardt

Specialising in craft and art as protest

Carrie is a self-titled craftivist who works from a mosaic-covered HQ, The Treatment Rooms in west London. Her work blurs the boundaries between craft and activism, using the craft techniques of mural, mosaic and screen-printing to create intricate, highly politicised works of art.

Vinni Kiniki
Medusa alien street art grafffiti
Street Art & Mural Artist

Vinni Kiniki

Official website of Vinni Kiniki

An aim to constantly push and evolve,
To create art that is unique and original,
Fascinated by taking the artisan into the realms of the digital,
Most at home working on large scale pieces and murals.

Created and collaborated internationally,
Always looking forward to the next adventure.

There is usually meaning the work i produce...
But am happy for the viewer to derive their own conclusion,
Or even rate it purely on aesthetics

Drowning in to do lists
Terminal flux

Heavily influenced by; manga, anime, tattoos, graffiti, cartoons, comics, mythology, symbolism, technology
Am available for hire and custom creations

Zabou.
Mandella. South Acton.
Street Art.

Zabou

http://zabou.me/

Originally from France, Zabou moved to and started painting London in 2012. She has since then been on a self-appointed mission to paint as much of the capital as possible. With a seemingly endless supply of fresh designs to work with, Zabou is very much one of London?s most proactive artists.

Her works are striking, humourous and thought-provoking, set to elicit a range of emotions upon viewing, depending on the message each mural conveys. Working with a combination of stencil and freehand techniques, she likes to question society and to poke fun at conformists. First and foremost however is the fact that each of Zabou?s subjects are drawn from her personal experiences, taking what she sees around her and projecting it to a new audience.

Beyond this, and what is fundamental about Zabou?s work, is her innate ability to integrate the location and surroundings with her artworks: not just wishing to paint on the street, she makes them part of the street. The pieces harmonise with their surroundings and in turn create something which allows its audience to engage with the work as an installation. This is the very essence of street art and something few artists master, but certainly one of Zabou?s greatest talents.

Her witty and thoughtful designs have given her a much sought after reputation, leading her to travel the world to spread her artistic message of love, fun or rebellion. She has painted in England, France, Portugal, Cyprus, Sweden, Spain, Germany, Netherlands, Dubai and the U.S.A. Beyond her travels, Zabou?s accomplishments include speaking events such as the prestigious TedX conferences on the subject ?Everything you know is wrong? in Limassol, Cyprus (2014), seeing her artwork published in books including: Planet Banksy by Ket (2014) and The World?s 50 Best Women Street Artists by Graffito Books (2017), as well as having her work exhibited at the famous Saatchi Gallery in London as part of the ?XX: A Moment In Time? show curated by Olly Walker (2016).

Zabou is an artist whose techniques and boldness are constantly evolving. She is certainly not set to be stopping on her journey anytime soon, fortunately she has to much left to say to the world.

Buddleia
Rose
Visual Artist

Fem Sorcell

https://www.femsorcell.com/

*GRRRL & PAINT*

Fem Sorcell is a multi media site-specific artist, who aims to draw you into a surreal and ethereal world filled with botanicals and delicate line work.

@femsorcell

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

YO!
Artist In Action - Captured by Street Art Atlas
Street Artist

Morgasmik

www.morgandavy.co.uk

Morgan Davy, Full time, self taught, British outsider artist,
Spray painting the streets since 2001, and working with clients, running workshops and curating events since 2004.

Art residencies include: Lebanon, Africa, Malta, Bulgaria, Poland and Paris..
Art collectives include : TAA - RA - MSC - RMC - ETL - REK - PBC…

Most often known for his style of improvisational street art under the
name ‘MORGASMIK’, lesser known under such aliases as ‘MORGANARCHY’,
‘MORGANIC’ ‘ ‘MORGANISM’ which are used by the artist to portray a
vast range of explorational mediums and alternative creative platforms.

Art critic Nick Razzo once described one of Morgan’s pieces
"Like a sort of hypnagogic supernova all mixed up with Francis Bacon
and the brain scans of someone enjoying an orgasm. At one point it
seems like a sea of rare chemicals on a distant planet, at another it
resembles a monstrous bird. The attention to detail is awesome,
ensuring that if you are examining it from three inches away or 10 feet,
you get a mighty jolt of aesthetic pleasure. If this nature of art was a
genre of music, it could be found under a ’psychedelic surf-funk’ section!”

Almost as if an act of social, or self-therapy, each piece he paints in public, is like an an expressive
statement, or a peaceful protest in restoring the value of human potential & faith in Artistic freedom.

His intentions are to become a unique & personal experience to the viewer, stimulating new thought
patterns & imagination, inviting them to look within and awaken an inner depth of dormant senses,
breaking down possible conditioning and preconceived notions the viewer may have along the way,
whilst connecting with them through a mutual resonance in the universal language of Art & inspiration.

This is important to Morgan, as he witnesses and is sensitive to the dull lack of honest creativity
+ colour use in societies day-to-day capital, and with this motive, attempts to restore imbalances by
decorating urban grey matter with his rosy glow of colour vitality & free-flowing pattern undulation,
A calling to the direction of Art to be more inclusive, free and publicly accessible to wider audiences.

ATM at work!
ATM work
Street Art

ATM

ATM Twitter account

Recently named one of the UK?s most influential conservationists by BBC Wildlife Magazine, ATM has been at work on the lane reminding us of the population decline of some of Britain?s most important pollinators ? moths and beetles.

Recent photo during the exhibition with Ealing Beats.
Sculpture made from laser pieces. Brighter days coming after a difficult tunnel.
Fine Artist specialising in a mix of printmaking, painting, photography, sculpture and installation

Ruby Khan

https://rubykhanart.wixsite.com/rubykhan

Ruby Khan is a London based contemporary artist. She has recently graduated with a Fine Arts BA (Hons) degree at the University of East London. She specialises in printmaking, painting, photography, sculpture and installation. Her work intends to trigger ideas around the diversity and history of London from a personal perspective. Her work is celebrating the physical and emotional journey she has undertaken throughout her life. At a young age, Ruby attended art therapy sessions during her childhood; Art supported her throughout her life in speaking and writing. At the age of five, Ruby was diagnosed with a speech-language impairment affecting her self-confidence. Through the
ongoing support of a charity called Contact a Family, Ruby has grown into a strong independent and fearless individual expressed in her prints. Inspired by German expressionist art as she uses shapes, abstract colours and gestural mark-making. She is available for commissions.

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Royal Road
Illustrator

Mohammad Yassin

https://mushkilah.com/

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