David Worthington

Sculpture David Worthington is a sculptor who has been working principally in the medium of stone. After training in Barcelona and New York, he returned to London in 1995 where he maintains a studio practice, carrying out public and private commissions as well as exhibitions. “I remain committed to object-making, because I believe each generation …

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Matilda Temperley

Photography & Digital Media Matilda Temperley is an award-winning photographer. Her work regularly appears in international publications such as The Guardian, The Telegraph, Harpers Bazaar and National Geographic. Matilda’s work is inspired by marginalised societies. Her sell-out book, Under The Surface—Somerset Floods won the Royal Photographic Society’s Vic Odden Award in 2015. Her second book, Omo – Change In The Valley documents …

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Tom Hammick

Painting & Drawing Tom Hammick (b.1963) is a British artist based in East Sussex and London. Moved by the minutiae in life, he reflects on man’s place in the world. With an emotive handling of colour, Hammick creates psychologically charged spaces in which figures, alone or in groups, are cast adrift. Recurring motifs of isolated …

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Tania Kovats

Sculpture Tania Kovats is renowned for producing sculptures, large-scale installations and temporal works which explore our experience and understanding of landscape. Her work was the subject of a major solo exhibition at The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh in 2014. She was Course Director, MA Drawing at UAL, Wimbledon and is Professor of Drawing at Bath Spa …

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Dave White

Painting & Drawing A Fine Arts graduate of the Liverpool John Moores University, Dave White is a contemporary British Artist who’s exhibitions include Shanghai, New York, Rotterdam, Miami and London, with solo exhibitions in London, Copenhagen and Los Angeles. In 2018 he created a hand painted Rhino for Tusk which was installed for a month …

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Kate Malone

Applied Arts Recently featured as a judge on BBC2’s The Great Pottery Throw Down Kate Malone is known forcreating large, complex sculptural vessels—though her works include everything from egg cups tobuilding facades. Works are now in collections including at the Ashmolean Museum, the Victoria &Albert Museum and Manchester Art Gallery.

Brian Griffin

Photography & Digital Media Guardian Newspaper’s ‘Photographer of the decade’ in 1989 Brian Griffin has also been described as ‘the most unpredictable and influential British portrait photographer of the last decades’ by the British Journal of Photography and was feted as ‘one of Britain’s most influential photographers’ by the World Photography Organisation in 2015. He …

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John Makepeace OBE FCSD FRSA

Applied Arts John Makepeace started his career as a designer and maker in 1959. His passion for designing furniture for individual clients has grown steadily alongside his love of our indigenous woodlands and transforming their produce into artefacts for the future. Each becomes a landmark in theevolving story of fine craftsmanship in wood.

Layers of Life

Painter Dave White is to select the artists for the Painting & Drawing category of the 2019 Marshwood Arts Awards. He talked to Fergus Byrne about some of the opportunities that helped him to become a successful artist. It was only on the last day of his degree course at the Liverpool John Moores University …

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