38 artistes peintres, sculpteurs et artistes sur Yarm, North Yorkshire, UK
- WashingtonTyne & WearNE38 9BW50504
www.upandcomingart.co.uk is an online art gallery that enables people to buy original and limited edition artworks at affordable prices. Up and Coming Art is a platform for the very gifted and creative talents of up and coming artists.
- Saltburn-by-the-SeaNorth YorkshireTS121BJ
Alba Lily Artisan Wool Design, based on the North Yorkshire coast creating a handmade collection of luxury Merino wool chunky knit blanket, throws, bed runners and wall hangings in over 100 sumptuous colours!!!
- rowlands gillTyne & WearNE39 1PZ
I am an artist living in the North East of England , my company is Lemon Leaf Interiors and I supply original artwork printed on to cushions, all of the materials are top quality linen with feather fillings. All of the designs are individual and taken from my own water colours.
- shotley bridgeCounty Durhamdh80dn
my business is self made and self funded, and we are coming into our 5th year, after redundancy I turned my passion into a business, transposing my water colour skills of 30 years onto glass, creating unique, bespoke pieces of art on glass. In my spare time, I paint water colours!
- stockton on teesCounty DurhamTS18 2RB
Creative Glass has continued to be the leading specialist in the design and production of architectural and decorative glass since it was formed in 1992.
- richmondNorth Yorkshiredl116bg
I create affordable uplifting contemporary art. Stylish originals - lively flower paintings on canvas - and prints of colourful, imaginative scenes in my own distinctive style.
- 5 BEDFORD STREETHARTLEPOOLCounty DurhamTS24 0QU
Born in North East England at 5 weeks Catherine flew back home to Uganda. In 1976, her family moved to Gaborone, Botswana, then a dusty town on the edge of the Kalahari Desert. At that time, Botswana surrounded by racist regimes was an oasis of stability. Catherine’s school, Maru-A –Pula, was known for its anti-apartheid stance. School assemblies to honour those killed in the Sharpeville and Soweto massacres are still a powerful memory. Catherine is thus particularly interested in events in Southern Africa when she was growing up and the resistance movement against apartheid. Catherine’s work is multi-faceted working with a variety of media on canvas, paper, wood and glass. She adopts techniques that include using sheets of Perspex, sand, knives, brushes, construction caulk, sanding machines. She describes her approach as “having no rules and disrespecting the canvas” creating thick impasto and adding materials superimposed with slashes and scars to create dense deep powerful imagery with a moving vulnerability. A qualified welder Catherine also works with scrap metal to create sculptures, often inspired by African street art. Her work details a willingness to confront political and social messages through the power of art, A curator working with Catherine described her work “as each having a piece of your soul left in them”. Every piece of art is totally unique ensuring your home's interior has a one off artwork made by a up and coming artist.