Artists

Lyn Tyler

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image copyright James Rock, 2013

Lyn is a professional artist using mixed media combining drawing, painting, ceramics and antique objects to create unique pieces and limited editions.

contact:

website: http://www.loveisacorset.co.uk and http://www.lyntyler.co.uk

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/LynTyler.Art

Twitter: @LynTyler_Art

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Neil Cooper

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image copyright James Rock, 2013

Neil is a Worcestershire based artist working with unwanted materials to create up-cycled pieces of art, sculpture and functional pieces of bespoke furniture.

Email: neilbambara @ yahoo.co.uk                     Telephone: +44 (0) 1562 823057

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Keith Gilbert

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Keith was born and grew up in Birmingham.  As a child he spent most of his spare time drawing and making figures out of modelling clay.

His interest in sculpture was inspired by some key experiences.  Taken to Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery as a seven year old, Keith was amazed (and terrified) by Epstein’s Lucifer.  Sometime later, Nicholas Munro’s King Kong appeared in Manzoni Gardens, absolutely right for the place and the time.  The statue wasn’t there for long but it stayed in his memory.  So has the stunning figure of San Bartolomeo Flayed, who is portrayed carrying his own skin over his shoulders.  It’s an absolute tour de force, and it’s in the Cathedral in Milan.

For the last few years Keith has been based in Wolverhampton and has concentrated on developing his professional art practice by making figurative sculptures from life and studying for an MA in Fine Art at Wolverhampton University.

Website: www.saatchionline.com/kgilbertsculptor

Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Keith-Gilbert-Sculpture/472329562803137

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James Rock

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image copyright James Rock, 2013

James is a photographer and writer using images and words to create visual narratives…

He observes people and places and their interactions, seeking where anthropology meets architecture and urban design. He has a particular interest in places with a literary background and history, and he likes to link the visual image with the writers narrative.

After recently returning to work in monochrome with film equipment he focuses on making every image count, something that brings renewed discipline to the photographers art, and has developed a documentary reportage style that uses his images to carefully convey his storyline.

James combines the beauty of film with digital processing, making archive quality exhibition giclee prints using the best Hahnemule Photo Rag paper printed with the latest Epson professional printers.

Contact:
email: james.rock @ me.com
Mobile Tel: +44 (0) 7802 976806
Twitter: @James_Rock

Website: http://www.saatchionline.com/James_Rock

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One thought on “Artists

  1. ian ross greenwood says:

    great work by all of you!

    Thanks

    Ian Greenwood
    [MakeIt@oldprintWorks.org]

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