Kip is an emerging artist who's primary interest is that of multilayers of colour laid down in an abstract fashion combining interesting marks and scrapes to create a piece which stimulates the eye and interest .
Jayne studied at Edinburgh College of Art 1997 -98 and Winchester School of Art
1997 - 98. She was artist in residence at the Grizedale Sculpture Park, Cumbria
during 1997 and was selected for New Contemporaries99, which exhibited at the
Beaconsfield gallery, London and the LIverpool Biennial. In 2007 she was selected
for Art4Aid International Modern Art exhibition in Amsterdam and exhibits her work
regularly in Scotland. She was recently shortlisted for stage 2 of the John Moores Painting Prize 2010 and stage 2 of the Threadneedle prize 2011 and 2012. She was recently awarded the Crinan residency prize by the Royal Glasgow Institute. Jayne lives and works in Glasgow.
Of all forms of art, Marian prefers to express herself through collage.
Her analog compositions combine acrylic paint and oil paint, original illustrations dating from 1900 till today and three dimensional recycled components.
The works, influenced by pop art, dadaism and surrealism, show originality and freshness.
Most of the painting I do comes from inspiration on the land and sky around us, I store the images and colours to produce expressionist landscapes and some more abstract works. You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I’m an artist living on the North East Coast. I recently completed a series of paintings which were imaginative responses to archeological finds at an a Saxon site at Loftus in North Yorkshire.
At present I am working on a group of pictures concerned with the theme of ‘home’. Exploring my own history, I’m interested in ideas of belonging, memory and time.