A contemporary exhibition showcasing original images & sculptures for your home is coming to the The Old Fire Station Gallery between 17-29 March.
This stylish exhibition is working on the theme of ART for Interiors, with all the contributing artists having many years experience in working to client commissions.
The 5 artists cover many techniques from hand pulled printing, contemporary landscapes, contemporary mixed media abstract form, and unusual figurative sculptures, all great additions to any home.
Kim Major-George – Contemporary Printmaker
Kim is an established printmaker who works in the field of textured hand pulled printing, and has developed her own unique way of printing using layered plates and interesting ways of hand embellishing her traditional pulled images. She is known for her atmospheric other worldly images and is often used by interior designers to finish off their clients decorative schemes. Kim is able to work with client’s bespoke palettes.
Laura Dunmow – Contemporary landscapes
Laura explores open atmospheric vistas, pushing the boundaries of her chosen contrasting colour palettes, tonal blending with textural references that combine to inject depth and drama into her paintings. Laura undertakes bespoke commissions that deliver a personal service, creating attention to detail that enhances and reflects each home.
Helen Savin – Contemporary mixed media artist
Helen creates collage papers using monoprinting and various mark-making techniques, then assembling pieces, building up layers and making more focused compositional choices as the piece progresses.
Asya Dudko – Figurative Sculptor
Asya creates her figurative sculptures, paintings and reliefs which are dimensional image sculpted on a canvas board. She has also recently discovered jewellery making with gemstone cabochons and beads. Figures are made from air drying ‘Paperclay’ which is sculpted over the support wire structure and finished with oil, acrylic, watercolour and pastels.
Sarah Maidment Interiors
Sarah loves to create beautiful living spaces working with and making the most of what you already have. As well as interior design she offers wedding styling, bespoke headboards and furniture upcycling.
Interior Designer Sarah Maidment will be giving a FREE short presentation on the topic of ‘Where to Start’ on Saturday 19 March and ‘Sustainable interiors’ on Saturday 26 March at 11.00am.
Sarah has many years experience working with clients requests, and is available to answer any questions you have on your interior design needs. Sarah who lived for a long time in Henley has a collection of Bespoke headboards named Henley, Abbotsbury Swinsty Chepstow, which are names of places which hold special memories to her.