Posts Tagged ‘Original Art’

New Andy Council original @ Art-el Gallery

September 7, 2013

Check out the Art-el website for these amazing new original pieces from Bristol’s Andy Council.

Southwark stalker scan

The Southwark Stalker

The Southwark Stalker is a one off unique piece, based on the stories of a large black panther like cat that was rumoured to prowl South London.  Mixed media on 300gsm water colour paper.

Signed and dated 2013 and by Andy Council  29.5cm x 41cm

Grave Yard Bat

Grave Yard Bat

Grave Yard Bat is a one off unique piece, based on a Long Eared Bat and made up of Gothic spires and tombs.
Mixed media on 300gsm water colour paper

Signed and dated 2013 and by Andy Council  21cm x 29.5cm

Night Lizard

Night Lizard

Night Lizard isone off unique piece, loosely based on Vaughn Bodes lizard character and made up of various
Bristol landmarks.  Mixed media on 300gsm water colour paper

Signed and dated 2013 and by Andy Council  29.5cm x 21cm

All available on-line now.

 

 

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Georgina Anton – Matchboxes

September 2, 2013

Further to the launch of new artist Georgina Anton onto the Art-el Web-site we have also just made available on-line a new series of hand-painted matchboxes.

Unique and original and priced at only £15.00 (plus p&p) each these make brilliant gifts.  Each is signed on the end IMaGINAtion.

 

5P8A7650 matchboxes top crop (box of tricks) 2

 

 

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In other news Art-el Gallery is hosting Georgina’s first solo exhibition at Co-Lab which opens on the 13th Spetember – more to come very soon.

Remember What You Stand For opens 2nd August @ Art-el Gallery

August 1, 2012

Art-el Gallery is proud to present ‘Remember what you Stand For’, an exhibition of new paintings and drawings from Brighton based artist and illustrator, Pinky.

The exhibition opens on Thursday 2nd August at 6pm and runs until the 31st August.  The work, including a new screenprint produced for the show, will also be available on the Art-el website following the opening of the exhibition.

Gallery opening times – Thursday & Friday 11:30 to 17:30 and Saturday 12:00 to 16:30

“I make art about life.

Technicolor interpretations of my experience. Explorations of the infinite particular and the iconographic past and present. This moment and how to celebrate it.

On the way I create work for Flip skateboards, Altamont Apparel and Gnu Snowboards. I exhibit in Brighton, Portland, Berlin, London and Hull.

What is sacred to you? What makes your life meaningful? What’s next?

REMEMBER WHAT YOU STAND FOR”  Pinkyvision

www.pinkyvision.com
www.Art-el.co.uk