We work with hundreds of artists, here are some of the best:
McAlpine Miller graduated with a BA(Hons) in painting and drawing at Glasgow School of Art and has been exhibited widely throughout the UK, USA, Italy and France.
Using subtle tones, McAlpine Miller creates the illusion of transparencies within his works with one narrative disappearing, as if by magic, into another evoking fading memories, the drama of the present and hopes for the future. McAlpine Miller was the artist in residence at The Savoy Hotel, London and paintings were unveiled in November 2012. “A Time For Reflection” is part of the hotel’s permanent collection and hangs in the Thames Foyer.
Franke was living in a Centrepoint hostel in 2008 when his talent for drawing was spotted by Go Figurative.
Franke was offered a bursary to study art at Heatherley’s school of Fine Art, from where he was selected for the FBA Futures show at the Mall Galleries. Franke has staged solo exhibitions at Turner and The Hospital Club.
Dawn Coulter Cruttenden was born in Derry/Londonderry in 1972. She went to art college in Belfast where she decided to become an illustrator before moving to The School of Art in Newcastle upon Tyne where she accidentally discovered a talent for copywriting. She is currently studying at Royal Drawing School in London and teaches classes in secondary schools and privately.
David Downes was diagnosed with high functioning autism at the age of 32. He graduated from the Royal College of Art. He paints vast landscapes 70% from memory, the rest from observation and imagination. He has been commissioned by BBC Heritage and The Savoy and his work is held in private collections.
Keren’s paintings are of Inherited items, childhood toys and the belongings of girls and women. The style is intensly realistic and often large scale which gives the work a contemporary feel. The atmosphere is at the same time quiet and controlled but passionate and emotional.
Keren graduated from the RCA with an MA in printed textiles in 1980. On leaving she developed a successful career as an internationally known illustrator and print maker. Her distinctive lino-cut prints were used by the fashion design company Ally Capellino.
Keren has illustrated numerous children’s books. She started painting in 2000.
Keren’s work is in private collections worldwide. Sir Paul Smith owns many of her paintings which he shows in his shops and offices world wide. She has been exhibited in Paul Smith’s Tokyo gallery, Space. She exhibits regularly including at the Discerning Eye, Royal Society of Oil Painters and the Society of British Artists.
Jonty Hurwitz is an artist, engineer and entrepreneur. Hurwitz creates scientifically inspired artworks and anamorphic sculptures. He is recognised for the smallest human form ever created using nano technology.
Lozzer, 17, is a talented young painter, film and print maker from London. He has over 50,000 followers on Facebook and Instagram drawn to his expressive blended portraits, progress films and gritty urban landscapes. He is currently is artist-in-residence at pro-Remain lobby group, Best for Britain.
Henry Fraser was 17 years old when a tragic accident severely crushed his spinal cord. Paralysed from the shoulders down, he has conquered unimaginable difficulty to embrace life in his new way of living.
Using a specially developed stylus and easel Henry has become an accomplished mouth-painter. His first solo exhibition, Hand-to-Mouth, took place in July 2016. earned a strong A-list fan base from J.K. Rowling to the England Rugby and England Cricket teams. He published his first book, The Little Big Things this year.
17 year old Londoner, Zoom Rockman, has been writing, drawing and publishing his own award-winning comic, ‘The Zoom!’ since he was eight.
He is the youngest artist in The Beano comic’s historywith his monthly strip featuring ‘Skanky pigeon’. His satirical cartoons have recently been selected to appear in Private Eye.