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Andrew Roberts

I am constantly making new work and destroying it. Anything I make that has a story, or a cultural attachment or an emotion is discarded. The only work I seem to allow myself to remain are natural pigment dot and mosaic paintings. The composition must be geometric and the colour monochromatic. I also execute simple observational pencil drawings, which have no narrative or point of view. The work is not creative and not expressive. It is constructed. I am trying to make work that has always existed and will always exist. I want the paintings to be eternal and to …

Georgia Rose

Georgia is an emerging jewellery designer and maker living in Sheffield. After graduating from Sheffield Hallam University, she secured a place at Yorkshire Artspace – Persistence Works on their Jewellery and Metalwork Starter Studio Program, where she now shares a studio with 6 other talented makers. Time spent working side by side with goldsmiths and master chain makers in Bangalore inspires the motif of chain in her collections.

Anne-Marie Bertrand

1972 :  Created toys with textiles (dolls, animals, giant cushions) and published the ideas in magazines 1982 :  Created figurative pictures in the textile medium. These were often exhibited in shows and well recognised by the public. 1987 :  Artistic expression became naturally more abstract with the diversity of different mediums, textures and salvaged materials. Participated in numerous contests;  frequently organised classes and courses to teach the artistic techniques. From 1982 : Numerous exhibitions in France and also in Switzerland (Avenches, Crans-Montana, Lausanne, Onnens), Germany (Oldenburg, Freiburg, Unna), Canada (Sherbrook), Japan (Tokyo, Kyoto), Hungary (Budapest), U.S. (Dallas, Pasadena, Atlanda, Denver), Belgium …

Claudia Rankin

Claudia Rankin lives and works in Northumberland. Growing up in London, she spent many afternoons as a child exploring the textile and ceramic collections within the Victoria & Albert Museum. This led her to an enduring love of colour, motif, pattern and historical narratives; all of which are encapsulated within her work. Following a Foundation year at Wimbledon School of Art, Rankin studied Fine Art at Canterbury College of Art (1984-1987), before completing an MA in Sculpture at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne (1987-1989). Her work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally. Claudia Rankin is a multi-disciplinary artist …

Mthobisi Maphumulo

Mthobisi Maphumulo was born in the rural area of Imfume, South Africa. Having had a passion for art in his youth he gave up a scholarship to study medicine overseas and concentrated on his art. His work is a critique of modern society developed by industrialisation. He is interested in examining the deconstruction of family, community and environment through his works. He also investigates identity transformation and its parallels. He has, for many years, been covering his subjects’ faces with masks and safety equipment. The traditional African masks are transformed into a symbol of modern-day industrial victimisation. He is a master …

Everaldo Matonse

Everaldo Matonse  was born in Maputo, Mozambique, into a family with a rich history of creative talent. Due to the lack of materials in his youth he developed his unique technique. He currently  lives in Durban, South Africa and works at his studio situated in the famous  creative hub called BAT centre with other artists. He creates his works in sophisticated colour combinations using imagery inspired by life in Africa. His main media are oil pastel, oil paint and wood cut prints.