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NEW SAM MACDONALD

JENNIFER IRVINE RSW RGI

Flower Seller, Menton

 

Gouache

7" x 7"
 

£600

Venetian Reflections

 

Oil on Canvas
10" x 10"
 

£750

DEBORAH PHILLIPS

Autumn Rooftops, Dunure

 

Acrylic, Mixed Media

35cm x 35cm

 

£950

Wee Baron of Buchlyvie

 

Portland Stone

Length 30cm

 

£310

 

 

WENDY HELLIWELL

Helliwell's collage studies encapsulate a whole era of fashion and culture.

In the case of her quirky queues and lips each study is made from one issue of a magazine (either Vogue or Harpers and Queen). With five of the studies below, the original magazine is included with the painting (noted).

Helliwell's language is delightfully observational, light and modern. Her studies examine groups and society (the symbolism of queues) illuminating our individuality, character and idiosynchrasies and reflecting on our basic instinct or desire to express (dress up our personalities) and get out to enjoy ourselves (as an offest to the routines or boredom in our lives). 

Probably an extension of why we buy magazines in the first place .. to escape, seek inspiration and dream !

 

CHRIS DUNCAN

ARIE VARDI

Scarista Sands, Harris

 

Acrylics on Linen

56cm x 66cm

 

£1100

SOLD

Sound of Mull

 

Acrylics on Linen

66cm x 86cm

 

£1800

Gifts of the Tide

 

Acrylics on Linen
57cm x 47cm

 

£700

Ron Island

 

Acrylics on Linen

46cm x 56cm

 

£750

Like Gold Nuggets on the Shore

 

Acrylics on Wood

67cm x 77cm

 

£900

KEIKO MUKAIDE

Dialogue No 1

 

Dichroic Glass on Wooden Panel

64.5cm x 44.5cm (x 4.5cm)

 

£2200

 

 

This latest series represents my experience, a dialogue between two people and the people who join them, as we awakened to the importance of dialogue during this year's lockdown.
It was symbolised the step out our bubbles in order to reach others.

Moon Rainbow

 

Dichroic Glass, Gilded Glass Disk on Wooden Panel

80cm x 80cm (x 12cm)

 

£3800

Including Plastic Cover

 

It is inspired by Van Gogh's Starry Night. The movement of the night air and wind is represented by the glass. For the moon, I put gold and silver gild on the glass and used the navy blue used in Japanese woodcut prints for the first time to add depth to the panel.

SIMON WARD

The Fall

 

Blue and White Printed Porcelain on Board

60cm x 60cm (x12cm)

 

£2200

Autumnal Gathering

 

Porcelain on Board

60cm x 60cm (x12cm)
Includes Perspex Case

 

£2600

Ground Cover

 

Scraffito Porcelain on Board

60cm x 60cm (x12cm)

 

£2200

The Gathering

Note that the image is a cropped image not representative of the size.

 

Scraffito Porcelain on Board

50cm x 50cm (x12cm)

Perspex Case Included

 

£1850

Murmeration

 

Scraffito Porcelain on Board

90cm x 80cm (x12cm)

Includes Perspex Case

 

£3200

RUTH CORBETT

Distant Horizon

 

Oil on Panel

104cm x 104cm

 

£950

Lockdown Bread

 

Oil on Panel

40cm x 40cm

 

£550

Trio of Apples

 

Oil on Board

35cm x 35cm

 

£500

Grapes in a Bowl

 

Oil on Board

40cm x 38cm

 

£500

Fruit Bowl

 

Oil on Panel

45cm x 60cm

 

£750

Cherries in a Glass

 

Oil on Panel

45.5cm x 38cm

 

£550

Shells

 

Oil on Panel

45.5cm x 75cm

 

£750

Tall Vase with Figs

 

Oil on Panel

61cm x 50.5cm

 

£750

GREG DOBSON

PAM SCOTT

Alice Who ?

 

Paper on Board

50cm x 40cm

 

£1250

REAL GONE KID
A claustrophobic composition in which a young homeless boy is huddled at the feet of passersby who are oblivious, both to his presence and his predicament.

Their preoccupation with material possessions and designer labels contrasts with him having so very little. The difference in their status is referenced in the same scarf worn by the boy and the well-heeled woman.

 

Paper and Collage on Board

48cm x 48cm

 

£1500 

NOTHING NEVER HAPPENS
The consequences of people doing nothing when a culture of apathy allows entropy to creep in.
Nature quickly runs free and takes over, causing collapse - 'Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; mere anarchy is loosed upon the world' (WB Yeats). Lyrics from Del Amitri's 'Nothing Ever Happens' are referenced throughout e.g.: traffic lights turned to stop and the billboarding advertising unneeded products. The telephone exchanges lead to jumbled wires, signifying the breakdown of communications that would be so devastating to 21st Century humanity. The Doomsday Clock, set at the current 100 seconds to midnight, symbolizes how close to the edge we are now. The cockroach, the consummate survivor, also references Kafka's Gregor Samsa, who suffered the terrible consequences of inaction.

 

Paper and Wire on Board
82cm x 45cm

 

£1750 

Touched Only By Water

 

Paper, Acrylic and Wire on Board

77cm x 48cm

 

£1450

 

In the Mermaid pieces, the intention has been to use strong composition to highlight a feeling of hidden tension - disrupted phone call and the figure being found in places she wouldn't normally inhabit - in order to engender a feeling of displacement. The Mermaid represents the strength and endurance of the female character.

Only Yesterday

 

Paper, Acrylic and Wire on Board

57cm x 56cm

 

£1400

MARGARET STEVENSON

Timeless Sands

 

Oil on Canvas
30cm x 80cm

 

£600

CAROL MEIKLEHAM

Mermaid's Bay

 

Acrylic on Board

12" x 14"

 

£190

Blue Moon

 

Acrylic on Board

12" x 14"

 

£190

 

Garden Delight

 

Mixed Media (Fabric, Acrylic and Threads)

42cm x 42cm

 

£220


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