Scooting Through the Jungle – Katwish – Katie Griffiths – Portrait Artist – Oils, Acrylics and Textile Sculpture

Scooting Through the Jungle – Katwish – Katie Griffiths – Portrait Artist – Oils, Acrylics and Textile Sculpture

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Artist: Katwish – Katie Griffiths

Artist: Katwish – Katie Griffiths

Textile Art - Scooting Through the Jungle - Katwish - Katie Griffiths - Portrait Artist - Oils, Acrylics and Textile Sculpture

Scooting through the Jungle

Image Size: 70cm x 60cm
Art Medium: Acrylic and Textile on Canvas
Painting Prices: Start @ £400 depending on size and detail

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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
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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.

katwish - katie griffiths - surrey-artist

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.

Forest Kids – Katwish – Katie Griffiths – Portrait Artist – Oils, Acrylics and Textile Sculpture

Forest Kids – Katwish – Katie Griffiths – Portrait Artist – Oils, Acrylics and Textile Sculpture

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: Katwish – Katie Griffiths

Artist: Katwish – Katie Griffiths

Forest Kids - Katwish - Katie Griffiths - Portrait Artist - Oils, Acrylics and Textile Sculpture

Forest Kids

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

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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.

katwish - katie griffiths - surrey-artist

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.

Digital Art – Tree – Anthony McNamee (aka blamo) – Master Silkscreen Printer – Surrey Artist – FESPA Screen-Printing Association and PRISM Digital Association

Digital Art – Tree – Anthony McNamee (aka blamo) – Master Silkscreen Printer – Surrey Artist – FESPA Screen-Printing Association and PRISM Digital Association

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Artist: Anthony McNamee (aka blamo)

Artist: Anthony McNamee (aka blamo)

Digital Art - Tree - Anthony McNamee (aka blamo) - Master Silkscreen Printer - Surrey Artist - FESPA Screen-Printing Association and PRISM Digital Association

Tree

Image Size: Available as Prints, Cards and Posters
in a range of sizes & formats
Art Medium: Digital Art

Digital art images available as:
Framed, Laminated or Canvas prints – S M and L
Cards – 200gsm
Posters – A2, A1, A0
Matted print set – 20″ x 16″

Commissions Invited

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Anthony McNamee (aka blamo)

Digital Artist
and Master Silkscreen Printer

Phone: 01483 856 910
Please mention the Surrey Artists website
Email: blamomc@googlemail.com
Website: blamo@redbubble.com

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About The Artist

Anthony McNamee, aka blamo, is a master silkscreen printer of 38 years and is a long-standing member of the Screen-Printing Association (FESPA) and PRISM – Digital Association.

He studied Art and Design at Jasper Jacobs Design Associates and PRISM Digital Association.

Stained Glass Mosaic – Trees – Beechwood Thicket – Artist – Susanne Parker – Surrey Artists Gallery

Stained Glass Mosaic – Trees – Beechwood Thicket – Artist – Susanne Parker – Surrey Artists Gallery

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Artist: Susanne Parker

Artist: Susanne Parker

Stained Glass Mosaic - Trees - Beechwood Thicket - Artist - Susanne Parker - Surrey Artists Gallery

Beechwood Thicket

Art Medium: Stained glass, patterned glass and mirrors.
Some pieces of glass are superimposed to create a more 3-dimensional effect.
Designed to hang on a wall.
Price: Please contact the Artist
Similar pictures of any work can be made, although each piece will be unique,
due to the colours and cutting of the glass.

Commissions Invited

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Susanne Parker

Stained Glass Mosaics

Phone: 0208 394 0970
Please mention the Surrey Artists website
Email: susanneparker@ntlworld.com

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About The Artist

Susanne Parker, having previously worked in oils, pen & ink drawings, fabrics, pottery and jewellery, has now uniquely adapted the ancient technique of creating mosaics from small pieces of glass.

Decorative images of birds, animals, flowers, trees and landscapes are combined with imaginative, abstract patterns. The compositions are often based on nature, trying to capture splendid colours and offering a more positive view of our polluted world. The pictures can hang in a window with light from behind or, in the case of the larger landscapes, which include opaque as well as thick patterned and mirror glass, can be placed on a wall, as they do not need background lighting.

All Susanne’s work is made of stained glass pieces cut individually, embedded in cement and framed by lead or wood. She uses this technique because it allows her to cut small detail and to exploit the design of the background cement as well as the colours in the glass. The brittle nature of glass and the hard-edged, clear-cut images suit the artist’s style. Round or S shapes are the hardest to cut because glass tends to break in straight lines or at angles. At times, the pieces are built up into three-dimensional, more experimental compositions, allowing the artist a free range of expression. Each piece of glass is unique because the colours and the cutting of the glass differ in every design.

The sizes of the works vary from 50cm to 1 metre across. Glass is quite an expensive medium. It is manufactured in all colours and textures, either hand-made or by machine. Some glass is particularly costly, especially the reds, because they contain precious metals in their chemical make-up.

A wide variety of glass is available – antique glass with surface bubbles and irregular texture; streaky, cathedral glass with multiple colours; clear rolled glass; flashed glass; Victorian edged glass and many others. Any size of window – Individual designs can be produced on commission.

Susanne has been featured in Homes and Gardens magazine and in various newspaper articles covering local exhibitions. Her largest public commission is the Village Hall front door in Longstock, Hampshire.

sold - stained glass mosaic tree

Stained Glass Mosaics – Prices and delivery

Prices vary considerably depending on the size, complexity and material of the picture. Also, if it’s a commission, there will be extra time involved to make a design and adapt it to stained glass. Every picture, whatever material, is assembled from individually cut pieces of coloured glass. The glass is obtained from a glass producer and is of varied value, red being extremely expensive, other colours much cheaper. The design may require lots of detail which means many more hours work, so only a general guideline to pricing can be given. This also leaves room for negotiation.

Mosaic Tree (30cm x 45cm) sold for £250 as an example.

Basingstoke Canal, Surrey – Liz Seward S.W.A. S.F.P. Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour and The Society of Women Artists

Basingstoke Canal, Surrey – Liz Seward S.W.A. S.F.P. Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour and The Society of Women Artists

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Artist: Liz Seward S.W.A. S.F.P.

Artist: Liz Seward S.W.A. S.F.P.

Impressionist Art - Basingstoke Canal, Surrey - Liz Seward S.W.A. S.F.P. Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour and The Society of Women Artists

Art Medium: Mixed Media
Image Size: 20″ x 20″

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Liz Seward S.W.A. S.F.P.

Lightwater, Surrey

Professional Artist, Art Tutor
and Art Society Demonstrations

Phone: 01276 476 070
Please mention the Surrey Artists website
Email: sewardart@serwardart.co.uk
Website: sewardart.co.uk

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About The Artist

Born into an artistic and theatrical family in 1943, Liz has been painting and drawing all her life. She spent an unconventional childhood living in St. James’s Palace, where her father was a member of the Royal Household. After studying art to A level at school, she worked for four years at the Natural History Museum, where her duties included illustrating the publications and lectures of zoologists researching there. This was followed by several years of part time study at various colleges and with a number of eminent artists including Edward Wesson.

After qualifying as an Adult Education tutor in 1979, Liz followed a successful career teaching weekly classes in drawing, watercolours, and mixed media for Surrey, Berkshire and Hampshire County Councils from which she retired in 2003.

Liz now concentrates on a busy schedule, demonstrating to Art Societies throughout the country and teaching residential courses at Dedham Hall near Colchester, Essex, Earnley Concourse in Sussex, and other centres.

She has also contributed to several books including ‘The Artists’ Sketchbook’ and ‘Watercolour Plus’ and writes regular articles for ‘The Artist’ magazine. In addition, Liz is a well-known authority on artists’ materials and has demonstrated for most of the major manufacturers.

liz seward still life strip

Art Groups / Exhibitions

During a career spanning over thirty years, Liz has taken part in numerous exhibitions, both solo and with other artists, at galleries and other venues throughout the country. As a result, her work is held in many collections both public and private, at home and all over the world.

In London, she exhibits regularly at Mall Galleries with the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour and The Society of Women Artists to which she gained elected membership in 1993. In addition, she is a full member of the Society of Floral Painters with whom she exhibits twice a year. An active and committed member of many local Art Societies, she has recently been elected President of the Arun Art Society.

Liz has a widespread reputation for still life and floral and landscape paintings (many of which have been regularly reproduced as greetings cards and prints by major companies). Her main inspirations are light, colour and the heathland landscape around her home in Lightwater, Surrey.