Winter Headland, Welney, Nov 2018
Fred Ingrams was born in 1964. He studied at Camberwell and St. Martins School of Art. For ten years he painted above the Coach & Horses pub in Soho, whilst exhibiting in various central London galleries. He has worked as a graphic designer and art director on many magazines including: Sunday Times, The Field, Tatler, Vogue and House & Garden.
In 1998 he moved to Norfolk where he paints and draws both nudes and landscapes from life. He has spent the last eight years painting The Fens.
“A maverick in bold contrast to his contemporaries” Daniel Farson, photographer, writer and Francis Bacon’s biographer
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The Crossing (In Homage to Alex Hartley's Dropper), Edition Variable Reduction Woodcut
Tom Hammick is a British painter and print maker. Hammick was the winner of the V&A Prize at the International Print Biennale in 2016 and his work is held in public institutions around the world such as the British Museum, the V&A ,The Biblioteque National, Paris, The Library of Congress Print Collection, USA, Minesotta Art Gallery Collection and the New York Library Collection amongst many others.
Hammick practices both painting and printmaking to produce his series of recurring elements, exploring themes such as space and the isolated figure. The artist himself describes his work as an exploration of the “imaginary and mythological dreamscape” which becomes evident when one encounter’s his work. Taking inspiration from Japanese woodcuts to French Romanticism we see Hammick manipulate his chosen theme into a minimalist dreamscape, creating an uneasy suburban and intergalactic nightmare in paint.
“Tom Hammick creates exquisitely crafted, visionary woodcuts. He is a master of colour” — Donald Kuspit, one of America’s most respected and distinguished critics. Distinguished Professor Emeratus of Art History at State University, NY.
Public & Corporate Collections
British Museum, Arts Council of Northern Ireland, Victoria and Albert Museum, Yale Centre for British Art, The Biblioteque National, Pallant House and New York Library Collection.
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Nic Fiddian Green
Portrait of Nic Fiddian Green at work in Surrey
Nic Fiddian Green is an English born sculptor who has dedicated his artistic life to the depiction the horse. Inspired by his encounter with the famed Elgin Marbles that are housed in the British Museum, which he first visited while at Chelsea College of Arts. His work is imbued with poignancy and noble pathos, distinct from all animalier sculptors working today. A truly unique vision of the powerful bond between man and horse.
Fiddian Green works from a studio within a stable block at his home in Wintershall, and uses his six horses as life models. Casting primarily in bronze, Nic patinates the work himself. He has exhibited internationally and most famously his monumental public work “Still Water” is permanently situated at Marble Arch in London.
Of Nic Fiddian Green’s Still Water – “A profoundly moving monumental sculpture permanently sited in one of London’s most prestigious public spaces.”
Selected Collections &Public Commissions
Prose Arts Council of Northern Ireland,d, British Museum (Collection of Prints and Drawings), Victoria and Albert Museum collection of Prints and Drawings, Yale Centre for British Art, Copyright Council and Deutsche Bank
The Earl of Airlie, ScotlandLord Cowdray, EnglandThe Packer family, AustraliaPrince Philip of Hapsburg, AustriaEarl of Caledon, Northern IrelandRoger Taylor (Pop Star, Queen)Chateau Labergorce, FranceBarings Bank, LondonDavid Tang, Hong KongSwires Bank, Hong KongGlyndebourne Opera House, EnglandPrince Rupert LowensteinNicholas Evans (Author 'Horse Whisperer')The Countess of DerbyMacArthur Glen Centres ( Centre piece installations all over Europe)Parc Racetrack Philadelphia USA
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