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Artist: Sherif Amin

Stained Glass Interiors Surbiton Surrey - Peacock 

     

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Stained Glass: Peacock

Exquisite Stained Glass and Mosaics.
Contemporary traditional and period comissions
Designed to suit your requirements. All commissions considered.
 
 
Sherif Amin

Stained Glass Artist, Designer & Manufacturer - Also Painter

 
STAINED GLASS INTERIORS
273 Ewell Road, Surbiton, Surrey KT6 7AB

Phone: 0208 399 3034

Email: sherif@stainedglassinteriors.com

 Stained Glass: www.stainedglassinteriors.com 
Paintngs: www.aminarte.com

 

About The Artist

STAINED GLASS INTERIORS Was founded by Sherif Amin, who studied at the Chelsea School of Art and The Architectural Association in London. He apprenticed at the young age of 14, with the highly respected Flemish Stained Glass artist Rudy Bellemans amidst the beautiful surroundings of the Sierra Bermeja mountains of southern Spain.
As a result of Sherifs passion and dedication to this refined art, he soon built an international reputation and was presented to HRH P|rince Charles and Nelson Mandela. His clients have included The Sultan of Brunei, Imran & Jemima Khan, Jerermy Irons, KPMG, Sir Tom Stoppard and many more...
Peacock - Staied Glass
STAINED GLASS INTERIORS are dedicated to creating exquisite works of art, catering for traditional, period and contemporary tastes. Using traditional methods dating as far back as the early 11th century. If you require any further information, or wish to make an appointment for a free quote or location visit. Please do not hesitate to contact us or visit the Gallery.

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Painting has become my passion and my forte. Art nouveau was my first influence. It introduced me to painting, in particular painting figures. It helped me to understand the importance of composition. Dan O' Sullivan an artist working in surrey developed my portraiture skills; he noticed my talent and encouraged me to paint and progress. He tutored me whilst painting the boy witch still remains my favourite piece of work. I quickly learnt that skin is very complex; it's a mass of colours and tones that can be manipulated to get different effects. I spent a year experimenting with abstract work, mixing my photography and drawing skills, this year was spent at Epsom art school. This work can be viewed in my gallery and prints are available.

I paint to achieve a photographic effect, yet I try to obtain a painterly and free style. I use the mark making process as a way of reflecting the subjects emotion. I want my work to be thought provoking, to highlight often sensitive issues that can easily be overlooked by our modern society. My series of African babies are all orphans that have been taken in and cared for by the tlc charity. They have all fallen victim to the soul destroying illness aids, it's affected some of the children directly but some have consequently been left alone to live parentless until adopted. Thankfully they are not the forgotten children and have been blessed with a loving and caring orphanage to call home.

The Trevarno Lodge Art Group was formed by the landscape artist Stuart Wilson. I meet with them three times a week to paint in an informal, social and very welcoming environment where anyone of any age or ability can paint or draw. If you are interested in joining our group or fancy trying out art for a bit please email me for more information.