For Jeremy, an original painting has always been the essence of art. Every painting is unique. And as a painter, every work should be both visually and emotionally appealing, and recognisable by its style.
Jeremy studied at Bath Academy of Art (part of Bath University) under the tutorship of , amongst others, Sir Michael Craig Martin. (Famous for teaching Damien Hirst, Sarah Lucas, Gary Hume and many others.) Leaving university with a BA in Visual Communication. The next 3 years were dedicated to cycle racing, reaching Category 1 status and racing in the UK, France, Holland and Belgium. Then onto London, to start in earnest, his career in art and design. First in graphic design, then publishing and finally advertising, as an art director for various agencies, before finally setting up his own agency. There, as Creative Director, he won many advertising creative awards (including 3 Clios) over the next 15 years for a wide variety of clients. After selling the agency, he has been dedicated to creating contemporary art ever since.
His work was inspired by both rural and cosmopolitan themes: from documenting the lives of wild horses on the Loughor Estuary, to abstraction from modernist architecture and to collaborating with actors, performers and artists from around the world. Ideas of transience and the beauty of imperfection had a significant influence on Alistair’s work. Alistair’s work had been exhibited and selected throughout his career and most recently honoured by inclusion into The Leica Meet and their ‘A Selection of Excellence 2016’ collection.
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Her pieces explore different making techniques – primarily slip casting and hand building. She likes to express the beauty of the natural fired finish of clay, whether it be creamy smooth porcelain or rough textured black earthenware with sand inclusions. She uses minimal glazes, just the odd pop of colour, and almost always the addition of a detail of gold, copper or steel.