Limited Edition Prints

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  • HYDE, Catherine

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    Catherine Hyde‘s prints are giclee reproductions from the original paintings. They are printed using light fast pigmented ink on high quality watercolour papers.

    Each print is hand signed and numbered in editions of 250 and approximately A3 – A4 in size.

  • MCLEAN, Bruce

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    Bruce McLean is one of the major figures of contemporary British Art. Born in 1944 he studied at Glasgow school of art and at St. Martin’s in London, where he was taught by Anthony Caro. He found the attitude there ponderous: “Twelve adult men with pipes would walk for hours around sculpture and mumble.” In reaction Bruce McLean turned to making sculpture out of rubbish, to performance art and to producing photographic works in which he often posed. All his work brilliantly sent up the pompousness of the art world and mocked established art forms. He was given an exhibition at the Tate Gallery at the age of 27. From the late 1970s he has made paintings and prints in which humour remains central.

    After St. Martin’s Bruce McLean went on to teach at The Slade School of Fine Art. His early reputation arose from his activities as a sculptor involved in performance art. He has obtained international recognition for his paintings and prints, work with film theatre and books. Bruce McLean’s bold and confident approach to print making proved influential to his contemporaries and also to a generation of younger artists. Bruce’s work is in private and public collections world-wide and he has had numerous one man shows in both Europe and North America. These include The Tate Gallery, the Modern Art Gallery in Vienna and The Museum of Modern Art Oxford.

    Bruce McLean was awarded the John Moores prize for painting in 1985, and is the Head of Graduate Painting at the Slade. He lives and works in London.

  • RAE RA CBE, Barbara

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    Barbara Rae CBE RA has taken inspiration from the atmospheric and mysterious colours of Scotland and Ireland in her latest silkscreen prints. Rae’s paintings combine the influence of landscape and travel with painterly abstraction. When Barbara Rae was awarded a travel scholarship in 1966, it unleashed a love of travel that remains with her. Although she does not like the term landscape painter, the importance of place is very apparent in her works; in particular the human traces and patterns of history that are left on a landscape. Spain is Rae’s favourite destination, providing her with endless inspiration as we can see in her latest work. Rae’s printmaking has been integral to her artistic activity since her student days. The way Barbara Rae conceives and works on her monoprints, screenprints and etchings complements and informs her approach to painting. The discipline imposed by these media and the unique opportunities offered by them create a set of possibilities, which stimulate her vision of the world, whether she is drawing, painting, making prints, or simply observing.

    Barbara Rae studied at Edinburgh College of Art from 1961 to 1965. She was awarded a travel scholarship, enabling her to work in France and Spain in 1966. She went on to have a teaching career in Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Glasgow.

    Solo and group exhibitions nationally and internationally have been a regular feature of Barbara Rae’s upward trajectory. Her work features in many private collections in Britain, Europe and the USA, as well as in many public and corporate collections. Recognised nationally and internationally, Barbara Rae was elected president of the Society of Scottish Artists in 1983; made a Member of the Royal Scottish Academy in 1992; became a Royal Academician in 1996; a Member of the Royal Fine Art Commission for Scotland in 1995 and a Member of the Board of the British School at Rome in 1998. Barbara Rae was awarded a CBE and received an Honorary Doctorate from Napier University, Edinburgh in 1999. She lives and works in Edinburgh.

  • RYAN, Rob

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    Rob Ryan was born in Cyprus in 1962, He studied Fine Art at Nottingham Trent Polytechnic before going on to an MA in printmaking at the Royal College of Art in London. Recent exhibitions have included a solo show at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, and ‘Slash’ at the Museum of Art and Design, New York. In addition to his own projects, Rob Ryan has collaborated with and been commissioned to work alongside many prestigious names such as Paul Smith, Tatty Devine, Liberty and more recently Fortnum & Mason.

  • SINGH, Devi

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    Born in London, Devi Singh studied fine art at Bishop Otter College, Chichester, specialising in printmaking. After graduating in 1997 she began to produce hand-printed bespoke stationery and greetings cards under the name Dazy Daisy Designs. In addition to her work as an artist, Devi Singh was the founder and owner of the popular south-London gallery and arts centre, Melting Pot. Since 2003 she has devoted more time to producing prints and illustrations.

    Devi Singh’s work has been shown in solo and group exhibitions in the UK and appears in private and corporate collections including: JH2 Media, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Blue Sea, St. Elizabeth Hospice, The Peligoni Club (Greece), Ship Co, Ashford Hospital, Classical Associates, Silversilver, Chopping’s Hill and Thirty Second Films


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    Born in Fife, Scotland in 1951, Jack Vettriano left school at sixteen to become a mining engineer. For his twenty-first birthday, a girlfriend gave him a set of watercolour paints and, from then on, he spent much of his spare time teaching himself to paint.

    In 1989, Jack Vettriano submitted two paintings to the Royal Scottish Academy’s annual exhibition; both were accepted and sold on the first day. The following year, an equally enthusiastic reaction greeted the three paintings, which he entered for the prestigious Summer Exhibition at London’s Royal Academy and his new life as an artist began from that point on. Over the last twenty years, interest in Vettriano’s work has grown consistently. There have been sell-out solo exhibitions in Edinburgh, London, Hong Kong and New York. 2004 was an exceptional year in Vettriano’s career; his best known painting, The Singing Butler was sold at Sotheby’s for close to £750,000; he was awarded an OBE for Services to the Visual Arts and was the subject of a South Bank Show documentary, entitled ‘Jack Vettriano: The People’s Painter’.

    From 1994-2007, Jack Vettriano was represented by Portland Gallery in London but the relationship ended in June 2007. Since then, Vettriano has been focusing on a variety of private projects, including the launch of a new book, and painting of a portrait of Zara Phillips as part of a charity fundraising project for Sport Relief, the experience of which was captured in a documentary broadcast on BBC1 in March 2008. Vettriano divides his time between his homes in Fife, London and Nice.

  • WEBB, Joe

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    Joe Webb (1976-) uses vintage magazines and printed ephemera that he has collected to create hand-made low fi collages, no computer trickery in sight. Webb re-invents the imagery taken from his collection of printed materials to create simple and elegant, yet surreal, images that explore love and longing. His work is inspired by the collage work of Peter Blake amongst others. To create original editions Webb has stayed true to the texture and feeling of collage by using real collaged elements in the silkscreens as well as embossing and glazing.

    Joe Webb’s work has become on online sensation with tens of thousands of people sharing his images on the internet. As well as going viral in the virtual world, ’Antares and Love II’ has been displayed in the Saatchi Gallery, London.

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