46 to 60 of 214 results for category: mixed media

TAG Textile Art Group

A group of textile artists

81 works | member for 2 Years

Kim Bradley

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, Kim Bradley currently lives and work in Baltimore as an artist fulltime. Kim enjoys creating unique paintings incorporating different media to create her artwork. Kims main characters are African women and children from different backgrounds to showcase their beauty.

16 works | member for 1 Year

John Phillips

Abstract and representational paintings using acrylics and mixed media. Widely exhibited across the south and Midlands.

16 works | member for 2 Years

Andrew Clarkson

Paintings in Oil and Acrylic

22 works | member for 9 Years

max brownrigg

Images in 2D and 3D

63 works | member for 4 Years

Tanya bennett

hi, i am a self taught artist living by the sea in kent. i specialise in abstract/contemporary/nieve art. Please contact me for commission info. Thanks for looking :-), Tanya

26 works | member for 2 Years

Tracy Jolly

UNIQUE Contemporary Original FLORAL and SEASCAPE paintings on canvas. Highly textured. The flowers jump off the canvas! Commissions welcome. POPPIES ROSES SEASCAPES www.tracyjolly.co.uk

282 works | member for 9 Years

Karen North-Row

Acrylics on canvas

87 works | member for 11 Years

HeARTwork by Jacki Cairns

Contemporary Mixed Media Artist

68 works | member for 5 Years

rokoro.co.uk

hand cut 3D prints and comic book art

45 works | member for 2 Years

steve elliott

LittleGiant characters and myself.

292 works | member for 10 Years

Ruth Miemczyk

Contempory abstract painter

61 works | member for 4 Years

Jane Cordery

My art practice generally revolves around issues of British cultural identity, memory and the circularity of life.

82 works | member for 7 Years

simon m smith

simonmsmith.co.uk

21 works | member for 11 Years

Linda Cash

Artist working in oils, acrylic and clay. I’m interested in how words effect an image and vice versa in art. I’m also applying some of my learnings from poetry - such as letting the work form itself. Although, of course, looking back, every mark, every word has been a decision, conscious or not. Some of the recent work has been about giving in to chance, letting a pot be decorated by fire and smoke in smoke firing. I have a fascination with rubbing back, abrasion, erosion. Something that has developed with my recent working with oxides and slips on clay. I’m often inspired by relationships, current situations, things overheard, things misheard.

15 works | member for 9 Months