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A carefully curated selection of beautiful quality giclee prints from both emerging and established artists.  Our prints are available in varying sizes: from the small but special gift to large scale pieces to pack a punch. Add JOY to your walls.  

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Anne Griffiths

Anne Griffiths is a Canadian painter with a studio in Victoria, British Columbia. She studied painting at Emily Carr University and has a diploma in design and illustration from Capilano University’s IDEA Program. Post-graduation, Anne had a successful 20 year career as an art director in several of Vancouver’s prominent design firms. In the past decade Anne has shifted her creative pursuits to focus on her painting practice, building upon her experience pivoting from professional realms to imaginative ones. Her studio practice fixates on the interplay of colour and form, indulging in expansive colour pallets and exploring landscape intuitively.

As Anne has moved through a variety of disciplines her paintings beget a similar kind of evolutionary flow— shifting dimensions and spatial relationships build new places for the viewer to gaze upon, wander through or step away from. 

Anne is represented by the Bau-xi Gallery in Vancouver and Dianna Witte Gallery in Toronto. Her work has been placed in numerous private collections in the UK, Europe, the US and Canada.

Portrait by Lia Crowe

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Anne Griffiths

Anouska Beckwith

Anouska Beckwith is a fine art photographer, director and creative who lives
and works in Somerset, UK.

After graduating from Speos Photographic Institute in Paris 2012, Beckwith
went on to form the female artist collective World Wide Women. Since then, Anouska has held four successful solo shows, as well as exhibiting at renowned galleries Saatchi Gallery, Fitzrovia Chapel & Christies and exhibitions in Paris, New York, Switzerland, Spain and Brazil.


Her work has been featured in Vogue, Aesthetica, Dazed & Confused, amongst
other publications. Beckwith’s work is wholly influenced by her own appreciation for the natural world, a self-described disciple of Mother Earth. Beckwith’s work is also a homage to female wisdom, it shines a light on the nature of the woman to protect Mother Earth, to love and honour the planet. Expressing herself through photography, art and film; nature and the feminine are enduring themes while Beckwith's work inspires a romantic and otherworldly feel.


The power of nature and the feminine are often present throughout Beckwith’s work, manifesting in photographs which communicate a world of dramatic beauty, the ethereal and recall the paintings of the pre-Raphaelites. Aesthetically, Beckwith's photographs celebrate the seductive power of nature and the exquisite possibilities of photography, however her work also carries deeper undertones exploring the human relationship to the cosmos.


Anouska is currently working towards her fifth solo exhibition that will be held
in March 2024 at the Bamford Barn in the Cotswolds and at
Bamford in Mayfair.

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Anouska Beckwith

Bayard Hollins

Bayard Hollins paints the conjunction between the emotional place and the “the rawness of nature”. The paintings are imbued with the energy of the brushstrokes. The artist leaves room for the viewer’s input, rather than defining the scene precisely. There is a union of intent and execution.  Sculpture is another path for this artist.  Hollins’ formal education took place largely abroad. In addition to a year at the New York Academy of Art, Hollins studied at the Florence Academy of Art, Studio Cecil-Graves, Florence Italy, the Cleveland Institute of Art Program at Lacoste, France and at the University of Salamanca, Spain.  His work has been exhibited in numerous solo and group shows from California to Maine and is in corporate and private collection both in the US and Europe.

“There are many influences in my work. However the dominant theme tends to be the interaction between classical realism and abstract expressionism. I work fast and with large strokes to convey the rawness of nature. I want to leave every painting in what could be considered an incomplete state, because I believe an unrefined painting is truer to nature and to my own emotions. When earthly references are suggested rather than spelled out, space is created for the painting to move, breath and grow in the viewerʼs imagination.  When painting caves in upon itself, sculpture often lights the way for me. I donʼt like fumbling along in the dark, I just reach for a new light switch.”  

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Bayard Hollins

Bobbye Fermie

Bobbye Fermie (b. 1990, Amsterdam, NL) finished the postgraduate degree ‘The Drawing Year’ at the Royal Drawing School, London in 2015 after completing her degree in Fine Arts at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, Belgium. She has participated in artist residencies including Porthmeor Studios (2021, 2023) and The Residency by Cure Art at Villa Lena (2024) and has exhibited with Wilder Gallery, Oliver Projects, and at the Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy. Her work is held at Soho House and The Royal Collection and in private collections across the UK, US and Europe. 

Bobbye Fermie’s practice is an ongoing response to themes of isolation, personal boundaries and social anxiety.

Her work expresses a found juxtaposition between the public space and the private space. The paintings and collages explore an imagined world for a shapeshifting character that act as a way of processing internal emotions.

She is currently working on her first solo show with Wilder Gallery, opening in spring 2024. She lives and works in London.

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Bobbye Fermie

Charlotte Bland

Charlotte Bland is a London-based photographer who specialises in shooting cookbooks, interiors and travel on film.

After an Art History degree she developed her photography career with clients including The Guardian, Penguin Books, Bloomsbury and Chatto & Windus. 

Book credits include La Vita è Dolce by Letitia Clark, River Cottage Christmas, Flavour by Ruby Tandoh, Frontières by Alex Jackson and The Set Table: The Art of Small Gatherings. 

Together with her friend and creative partner Ros Badger, Charlotte runs the Bland Badger retreats in Umbria, bringing groups of people together for a relaxed programme of workshops at a creative house party in the Italian hills.

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Charlotte Bland

Chiara Perano

Chiara Perano is an English-Italian artist and illustrator based in East Sussex. Her work has been featured in House & Gardens ‘Movers & Shakers’, Living Etc and Vogue. In 2020 she created an exclusive limited edition print collection for Liberty London, and her ‘Peace’ painting for the war in Ukraine raised £20,000 for DEC and Choose Love charities.

She creates minimal, playful art, inspired by her Italian heritage, and the beauty in nature, the skies and changing seasons. She mixes darker brush strokes with harmonious colour palettes and often includes typography in her work. Paintings are on paper and canvas, and have a sophisticated and strong feminine edge, with a modern take on ancient Italian artworks and ceramics. 

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Chiara Perano

Christabel Blackburn

London based artist Christabel Blackburn (born London, 1986) is a painter who conjures atmospheric scenes which focus on the interplay between people and spaces. Using a sensitively reduced visual language, Blackburn distils the modern world and our interaction with it into quiet, concentrated scenes. Her figures are largely locked in their own universe, traversing streets formed of intersecting flat planes or drinking in art in colour drenched galleries. 

Her practice exists in a finely tuned space; we believe this world and yet it is removed from our own in its timelessness and absences. Largely gone is the paraphernalia of the twenty first century and what emerges in the space is a sense of order but more importantly psychological suspension. Perhaps these are what our memories or dreams of a sunny day might look like, no sound, rarely any shadows and none of the encumbrances of existing in the world. Women particularly take up space in an interesting way, confidently walking away or engaging with art alone. 

Despite her minimalist approach to form, Blackburn handles paint in such a way as to create rhythm and a quiet kind of texture on the surface. By drawing attention to the act of painting, she reveals the artifice of her creations and emphasises their illusory nature.

Blackburn creates a duality between what might be read as calm, ordered and quiet with what can also be seen as a portrait of the alienation and disillusionment of contemporary existence. Plenty of room is left in every painting for the viewer to navigate these two poles of how we engage with the world.

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Christabel Blackburn

Claudia Legge

Claudia Legge is a photographer, director and underwater specialist based in London. She works and exhibits worldwide and is a qualified commercial diver. 

Her work has been in numerous group exhibitions including the Royal Photographic Society International photography Exhibition (2017). Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize at the National Portrait Gallery (2018), the Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy (2019) and the VIA Arts Prize at the Brazilian Embassy (2019).

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Claudia Legge

Coco Morris

Coco Morris (b. 1997) is a painter based in London. Her work explores colour/form relationships and abstract painting languages. She graduated from City and Guilds of London Art School in 2019 with a BA (Hons) Fine Art Degree and was awarded the Painter-Stainers Scholarship in 2017 and the Chadwyck-Healey Prize for Painting in 2019. Selected exhibitions include Group shows at Grove Collective in 2021, Warbling Gallery in 2021, Terrace Gallery in 2021, a duo exhibition at Soho Revue Gallery in 2022 and a solo show at Lorfords Contemporary in 2022.

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Coco Morris

Davina Jackson

Davina Jackson is a figurative artist based in London, and a regular exhibitor at the RA Summer Exhibition. Her interests have remained in the theatrical and psychological use of space and a search for poetic simplicity. She continues to develop themes of human relationships and emotional states, finding and articulating the essence of an intimate moment or experience through the simplification of forms, mark-making and painterly gestures.

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Davina Jackson

Elizabeth Power

Bursting with colour and energy, Elizabeth’s paintings exude a warmth and vibrancy. Based in Hastings, UK, Power’s work has a colour palette rich in coral pinks, forest greens and cool blues.

Drawing inspiration from Colourists such as Matisse, Hockney and Tal R, Power’s loose and free abstraction takes this to the next level.

Power has been featured by the likes of British Vogue, The Royal Academy of Arts, Heals, The London Design Festival, Itsu, Artsy, Delphian Gallery and The Other Art Fair. In 2020 she exhibited with Heals as part of the London Design Festival, was a winner of the Contemporary Art Collectors open call, and exhibited in a group exhibition at Hancock Gallery entitled ‘Between Distance and Desire’, among artists such as Billy Childish and Mark Demsteader. She also exhibited in the online exhibitions Curated for Covid and Anti-Freeze.

Elizabeth exhibited in the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition 2018, with her work being selected by the RA for use on posters and gift cards. She was selected by Delphian Gallery @delphiangallery to be featured in their highly acclaimed 2019 open call exhibition and was also the winner of the Flat Space Art Gallery open call 2019.

Power has works available online via Heals, The Curators, Hancock Gallery, Artpiq, Saatchi, Artsy and Singulart.

Power co-hosts The Artfully Podcast @artfullypodcast (rated in GQ’s top 50 podcasts for 2021), which covers news stories, gossip, and revisiting art history you thought you knew, or always wished you did. She has interviewed the likes of Unskilled Worker and Benjamin Murphy of Delphian Gallery.

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Elizabeth Power

Emily Kirby

Emily's semi abstracted figures are often placed within scenes of nature. 

Her paintings are an exploration into colour and form. she uses combinations of layered blocks colours to form her figure, often sculptural like. Having moved to and lived in different counties, including Zambia, Spain, New Zealand and UK her works often elicit a distinct sense of place and environment in which her subjects dwell. Emily's work exhibits connectiveness of places she knows well, and frequently returns to in her work.

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Emily Kirby

Fred Clark

Fred studied drawing at the Prince's Drawing School. In late 2020 he began making sculptures and moved to Stroud to begin working on an exciting project with Pangolin foundry. Having approached the digital team at Pangolin about the possibilities of Virtual Reality for making three dimensional line drawings that could be cast in metal, he undertook a year of experimentation in VR. The results of early experiments are being cast and he hopes to exhibit new work alongside original ink drawings in the near future.

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Fred Clark

Gina Soden

At the heart of Gina’s photography is a preoccupation with abandoned structures and locations. Based in London, she travels widely to undisclosed sites throughout Europe and explores the boundaries of beauty, decay, nostalgia and neglect. 

The genesis of each piece is often the unique architectural character of each location, heightened by their painfully slow transformation after years of abandonment.

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Gina Soden

Gordon Dalton

Gordon Dalton is an artist based in Saltburn by the Sea. He is currently a PhD Doctoral Researcher at Loughborough University researching the East Cleveland coast. He is a Board Member of Contemporary British Painting.

His work has been shown locally, nationally and internationally including the Royal Academy, London; Contemporary British Painting Prize; Beep International Painting Prize, Swansea; Newlyn Art Gallery, Penzance; Del Infinito Art Gallery, Buenos Aires; National Eisteddfod of Wales, Abergavenny; Bank Art, Los Angeles; Galerie Skuc, Ljubljana, Slovenia; Cynthia Broan Gallery, New York; Moravian Museum, Brno, Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius.

Key solo shows include Bay Art Gallery, Cardiff; Gallagher & Turner, Newcastle; Aleph Contemporary, London; Auxiliary, Middlesbrough

"My painting practice and current Doctoral Research is based on memories of places I have lived or longingly imagined, with a focus on the landscape and heritage of coastal communities of East Cleveland. This examines the extent artists can meaningfully inform an understanding of a place, with a focus on Solastalgia - the homesickness we feel while still at home. It’s the pain and longing we feel as we realize the world immediately around us is changing, with our love for that world serving as a catalyst for action on its behalf.

My paintings convey an idea and essence of a place and the melancholy of longing and wanting to belong. An unfashionable romanticism grounded in the act of painting."

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Gordon Dalton

Grace Green

Somerset artist Grace Green’s paintings focus on the feminine, fruitfulness and fecundity of life in all it’s forms but principally the absorption in organic growth. She highlights the vulnerability of plants as a reminder of the threat our natural world is under, and makes connections between humans and nature, and the pressing concern for the need to find balance for us to co-exist. Unity creates a sense of harmony and wholeness in all senses of the word. Surreal elements create playfulness, and colour is paramount both referentially and in its pure abstract state.

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Grace Green

Haidee-Jo Summers

Awarded Artist of the Year 2012 by the Society of All Artists and one of the few artists chosen by the BBC to paint the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Pageant from the Millennium bridge, Haidee-Jo is a full-time professional artist known for painting landscapes and seascapes 'en plein air'. 

She is a member of the Royal Institute of Oil painters (ROI) and the Royal Society of Marine Artists (RSMA) and her work can be seen each year at the Mall Galleries in London with these prestigious societies. Haidee-Jo writes regularly for The Artist magazine and is proud to be one of their three editorial consultants, alongside Ken Howard RA and David Curtis ROI RSMA. Her first book on oil painting, ‘Vibrant Oils’ has been republished in Spanish, Italian, French and Chinese. She also has a popular DVD which shares the same name. She has been invited to judge UK and international plein air events, after previously winning many prizes for her work which features fresh and vibrant brushwork coupled with keen drawing and observational skills. 


‘My work is a celebration of the effects of light revealed in rich and vibrant oil paint using my personal visual language of fresh and direct brushmarks. Painting en plein air is central to my practice, and I travel to seek new experiences and fresh inspiration to feed back into my studio work. I have a particular love of coastal locations and gardens, allotments and interiors, favouring intimate and busy subjects over grand vistas. I strive for simplicity and economy and to make every mark count, walking the fine line between shape and suggestion.”

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Haidee-Jo Summers

Hannah Watts

Hannah Watts is an artist and pattern designer based in London. She studied Fine Art at Edinburgh College of Art and The Florence Academy of Art, going on to study graphic design and printmaking in London.

Graphic design plays a key role in her style, using geometric patterned paper to create collages. In her work the importance of colour and pattern is key and the way they can work simultaneously in harmony or in contrast is something she explores. She aims to push the boundaries by combining vibrant, patterned papers to create representation of both the human form and the natural form. She depicts these plants and figures within her work and sometimes the combination of both.

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Hannah Watts

James Meakin

James Meakin’s Fine Art photography begins with an unrelenting pursuit of beauty and an innate eye for colour, infusing his work with a love for the natural world with his search for the emotion in a moment.
 
His images, often graphic and minimalist in style, possess a slightly otherworldly allure, revealing a hint of darkness to compliment the joy in light,

At times his work transcends the photographic medium,  with textures more a kin to a painters canvas, blending an intuitive perception of motion with a profound sensitivity and intimacy with the subject.

Drawing from a distinguished career in high-end fashion photography and visual story telling, his Journey has allowed him to absorb the poetic energy of far-flung places, inviting the viewer to explore daydreams of places as yet unexplored, of lingering memories perhaps yet to be made…

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James Meakin