Down in the Garden – Katwish – Katie Griffiths – Portrait Artist – Oils, Acrylics and Textile Sculpture

Down in the Garden – Katwish – Katie Griffiths – Portrait Artist – Oils, Acrylics and Textile Sculpture

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Artist: Katwish – Katie Griffiths

Artist: Katwish – Katie Griffiths

Down In The Garden - Playing with Hoop - Katwish - Katie Griffiths - Portrait Artist - Oils, Acrylics and Textile Sculpture

Down in the Garden

Image Size: 100cm x 120cm
Art Medium: Acrylic and Textile on Canvas
Painting Prices: Start @ £400 depending on size and detail

Commissions Invited

Contact The Artist

Katwish – Katie Griffiths

BA Hons Fine Art
Portrait Artist
Oils, Acrylics and Textile Sculpture
Please mention the Surrey Artists website

Phone: 07535 709 509
Email: katie@katwish.co.uk
Website: katwish.co.uk
Facebook: katwish.co.uk
Instagram: katwish
Pinterest: katwish-artist

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About The Artist – Katwish is Katie Griffiths!

Bespoke portraits on commission. Artworks on canvas of children, pets and flamboyant individuals! Working with oil paints, textile sculpture and acrylic paint, I bring my experience of the stage and prop making to my portraits, adding flair and imagination. Check out my website and social media for latest updates. Each new commission is exciting and fun!

I am also working in collaboration with stencil artist @sicandotoo. Together, we create powerful works bursting with energy and colour. Have a look at the image, “Down in the Garden”.

Works on canvas can be made to any size. We make murals and can integrate them with mosaics. Please take a look at my gallery on the katwish website.

Background: I was co-founder of the puppet company, “Wishworks” touring shows and running workshops for children. I also worked in community art, constructing giant costumes and sculpture.

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Portrait Process

On both types of commissions, we can work from your good quality photos, or for an extra fee, we come and take photographs. We check in with customers at regular intervals about our progress.
We have a waiting list, but work steadily.

Portrait Prices: Start @ £400 depending on size and detail.

Beautiful Work – Audsart 3 – Audrey Androuliakos – Constructed Art using Inks and Pencils on Paper

Beautiful Work – Audsart 3 – Audrey Androuliakos – Constructed Art using Inks and Pencils on Paper

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Artist: Audrey Androuliakos

Artist: Audrey Androuliakos

Beautiful Work - Audsart 3 - Audrey Androuliakos - Constructed Art using Inks and Pencils on Paper

Beautiful Work – Audsart 3

Image Size: 11″ x 15.5″ unframed
Ink and Pencil on Paper
Signed – bottom right hand corner
Price guide: £55 (originals)
Image is mounted on a lightweight card to avoid damage in the post

Commissions Invited

Contact The Artist

Audrey Androuliakos

Constructed Art using Inks and Pencils on Paper

Phone: 0208 487 3490
Please mention the Surrey Artists website

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About The Artist

On graduating from Portsmouth University, I laid down my paint brushes and pursued a number of other interests. I have rediscovered art through becoming a mother and since I started painting again, a couple of years ago, I have not been able to stop!

I love to create images that are beautiful and interesting, and achieve this best through the use of a number of mediums and techniques. My work features torn edges and sometimes needlework as well, so could be called ‘constructed’ art. My pictures vary in size from 10cm to 150cm or more, depending on what my client wants. The finished product is flat and suits all standard framing styles.

Audsart Beautiful Work - Surrey Artist Audrey Androuliakos
I have successfully sold on the Internet to Australia, Canada, USA and Europe and have received so much positive feedback, repeat business and support from all my clients. This has been a wonderful experience for me and one I hope to cherish for a long time to come.

I do not sell copies or prints of my work. Each piece is an original and I welcome commissions.

Thank you for taking an interest in my work. I look forward to hearing from you in the future.

Beautiful Work – Audsart 2 – Audrey Androuliakos – Constructed Art using Inks and Pencils on Paper

Beautiful Work – Audsart 2 – Audrey Androuliakos – Constructed Art using Inks and Pencils on Paper

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: Audrey Androuliakos

Artist: Audrey Androuliakos

Beautiful Work - Audsart 2 - Audrey Androuliakos - Constructed Art using Inks and Pencils on Paper

Beautiful Work – Audsart 2

Image Size: 15.5″ x 11″ unframed
Ink and Pencil on Paper
Signed – bottom right hand corner
Price guide: £55 (originals)
Image is mounted on a lightweight card to avoid damage in the post

Commissions Invited

Contact The Artist

Audrey Androuliakos

Constructed Art using Inks and Pencils on Paper

Phone: 0208 487 3490
Please mention the Surrey Artists website

Gallery Of Art

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About The Artist

On graduating from Portsmouth University, I laid down my paint brushes and pursued a number of other interests. I have rediscovered art through becoming a mother and since I started painting again, a couple of years ago, I have not been able to stop!

I love to create images that are beautiful and interesting, and achieve this best through the use of a number of mediums and techniques. My work features torn edges and sometimes needlework as well, so could be called ‘constructed’ art. My pictures vary in size from 10cm to 150cm or more, depending on what my client wants. The finished product is flat and suits all standard framing styles.

Audsart Beautiful Work - Surrey Artist Audrey Androuliakos
I have successfully sold on the Internet to Australia, Canada, USA and Europe and have received so much positive feedback, repeat business and support from all my clients. This has been a wonderful experience for me and one I hope to cherish for a long time to come.

I do not sell copies or prints of my work. Each piece is an original and I welcome commissions.

Thank you for taking an interest in my work. I look forward to hearing from you in the future.

Sculpture – Dragon – Zeljko Ivankovic (Jericho) – Sculptor and Artist – Surrey Sculpture Society

Sculpture – Dragon – Zeljko Ivankovic (Jericho) – Sculptor and Artist – Surrey Sculpture Society

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Artist: Zeljko Ivankovic (Jericho)

Artist: Zeljko Ivankovic (Jericho)

Sculpture - Dragon - Zeljko Ivankovic (Jericho) - Sculptor and Artist - Surrey Sculpture Society

Dragon

Height: 150cm x Width: 300cm
Art Medium: Sculpture in Steel (Rusty)
Unique Original Sculpture – Price: £1950

Commissions Invited

Contact The Artist

Zeljko Ivankovic (Jericho)

Sculptor and Artist

Phone: 07765 711 603
Please mention the Surrey Artists website

Email: zeljko@ivankovic.co.uk
Website: ivankovic.co.uk

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About The Artist

I am a sculptor, predominantly working in stone and metal, but I also paint and draw when the need arises. When working with stone I make figurative pieces, human or animal and I tend to let the stone lead the way. What I mean is I draw the inspiration from the particular lump of rock and in a sense release the image I can see within it.

Working with metal is very different, as I have a more deliberate and focused approach. It also lends itself well to making larger structures and allows me to develop more ambitious ideas for outdoor or garden sculptures.

I am known to almost everybody as Jericho because lots of people find my real name difficult to pronounce. As of 1st January 2006, I became a full-time artist. For the most part of my career I have been working mostly to commissions as well as working steadily to complete a body of work that I can show.

So, if you are thinking of commissioning a sculpture for a garden (or other outdoors or indoors space) please feel free to contact me to discuss any aspect of the process.

Chronology

I was born in Subotica (former Yugoslavia) in 1970 and started practising art there at an early age. It was only after I emigrated to Britain and after completing my art degree that I became a professional artist (BA Fine Art, First Class Honours Degree). I am also known as Jericho – a name given to me by my wife and now adopted as an alias.

My portfolio consists not only of sculptures and three dimensional works, but also paintings and drawings. I love working in stone and metal, but I've also worked with cold casting and wood. I have had a number of commissions for paintings and sculptures, both abstract and figurative, for corporate clients and individuals.

Art Group / Exhibitions

Surrey Sculpture Society
I am a member of Surrey Sculpture Society and have taken part in a group exhibition at RHS Wisley in 2006 and 2008; Savill Gardens in 2007 and 2008; Borde Hill Gardens in 2008 and 2009 and Denbies Vineyard in 2007. I was a member, for two years, of 2 by 4 Artists Artists group in Horsham and took part in 2 group exhibitions in 2005.

I organised a venue and showed work, with two other artists, at the Artists and Makers Festival Open Houses and Studios in Horsham in July 2006. I also had a solo exhibition at Roffey Park Institute, Horsham in 2008.

I have shown work at the Great Art Fair in Alexandra Palace, London; Denbies Vineyard Bacchus Award Exhibition in January 2007; The Battersea Art Fair in 2007 and 2008 and The Landmark Arts Centre Art Fair in 2008 and 2009.

I exhibited at the Acorn Galleries in Billingshurst, West Sussex - one man show from 5th April to 25th April 2007 and the Quaker Art Week in Dorking in 2008. I had a solo exhibition of drawings, paintings and sculptures in June 2000, in Leicester and was exhibited at South Croxton Biennial Art Festival in Leicestershire 2001 and the London Affordable Art Fair in Autumn 2004

Sculpture – Ground Ivy – Zeljko Ivankovic (Jericho) – Sculptor and Artist – Surrey Sculpture Society

Sculpture – Ground Ivy – Zeljko Ivankovic (Jericho) – Sculptor and Artist – Surrey Sculpture Society

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: Zeljko Ivankovic (Jericho)

Artist: Zeljko Ivankovic (Jericho)

Sculpture - Ground Ivy - Zeljko Ivankovic (Jericho) - Sculptor and Artist - Surrey Sculpture Society

Ground Ivy

Height: 130cm x Width: 100cm
Art Medium: Sculpture in Painted Steel
Sculpture Series 1 of 5
This Sculpture now SOLD OUT

Commissions Invited

Contact The Artist

Zeljko Ivankovic (Jericho)

Sculptor and Artist

Phone: 07765 711 603
Please mention the Surrey Artists website

Email: zeljko@ivankovic.co.uk
Website: ivankovic.co.uk

Gallery Of Art

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About The Artist

I am a sculptor, predominantly working in stone and metal, but I also paint and draw when the need arises. When working with stone I make figurative pieces, human or animal and I tend to let the stone lead the way. What I mean is I draw the inspiration from the particular lump of rock and in a sense release the image I can see within it.

Working with metal is very different, as I have a more deliberate and focused approach. It also lends itself well to making larger structures and allows me to develop more ambitious ideas for outdoor or garden sculptures.

I am known to almost everybody as Jericho because lots of people find my real name difficult to pronounce. As of 1st January 2006, I became a full-time artist. For the most part of my career I have been working mostly to commissions as well as working steadily to complete a body of work that I can show.

So, if you are thinking of commissioning a sculpture for a garden (or other outdoors or indoors space) please feel free to contact me to discuss any aspect of the process.

Chronology

I was born in Subotica (former Yugoslavia) in 1970 and started practising art there at an early age. It was only after I emigrated to Britain and after completing my art degree that I became a professional artist (BA Fine Art, First Class Honours Degree). I am also known as Jericho – a name given to me by my wife and now adopted as an alias.

My portfolio consists not only of sculptures and three dimensional works, but also paintings and drawings. I love working in stone and metal, but I've also worked with cold casting and wood. I have had a number of commissions for paintings and sculptures, both abstract and figurative, for corporate clients and individuals.

Art Group / Exhibitions

Surrey Sculpture Society
I am a member of Surrey Sculpture Society and have taken part in a group exhibition at RHS Wisley in 2006 and 2008; Savill Gardens in 2007 and 2008; Borde Hill Gardens in 2008 and 2009 and Denbies Vineyard in 2007. I was a member, for two years, of 2 by 4 Artists Artists group in Horsham and took part in 2 group exhibitions in 2005.

I organised a venue and showed work, with two other artists, at the Artists and Makers Festival Open Houses and Studios in Horsham in July 2006. I also had a solo exhibition at Roffey Park Institute, Horsham in 2008.

I have shown work at the Great Art Fair in Alexandra Palace, London; Denbies Vineyard Bacchus Award Exhibition in January 2007; The Battersea Art Fair in 2007 and 2008 and The Landmark Arts Centre Art Fair in 2008 and 2009.

I exhibited at the Acorn Galleries in Billingshurst, West Sussex - one man show from 5th April to 25th April 2007 and the Quaker Art Week in Dorking in 2008. I had a solo exhibition of drawings, paintings and sculptures in June 2000, in Leicester and was exhibited at South Croxton Biennial Art Festival in Leicestershire 2001 and the London Affordable Art Fair in Autumn 2004