Hello, I’m a 19 year old painter moving to study a degree in Painting and Printmaking at the Glasgow School of Art in September. Most work is for sale and commissions are welcome! Currently based in Wrexham in North Wales. Feel free to contact me!
Instagram page - @kate.mcclenaghen_art
Hello! My Name is Ellie, I am a Textile Design 2020 Graduate. I studied Textiles at the University Of Central Lancashire in Preston; specialising in Print Design. I have a great interest in Art and Design with particular interest in Graphic Design and Textile Design curating for fashion, textiles, accesories and interor sectors. During my study i discovered a passion for experimenting with a variety of mediums and converting these making processes into digital pieces of art. I have a natural flare for creating and i have always been strongly inspired by issues that we face together in society.
My most current project is my BA Honours Final Project- Femmes De La Floriographie.
If you have any enquires about said project: collaborative, commision work or would like to view my CV then please do feel free to contact me via email or my social media links, I would love to hear from you!
I'm 18, I live in the UK
I am creative individual, who is currently studying a Fine Art foundation diploma course, ahead of university/employment.
This platform helps me to showcase my work: drawings, in graphite, charcoal and other mediums, photography and graphic designed art - including wedding stationary and books.
I like to tackle a little of everything in the artistic world, and I would love the opportunity to live, breathe and create art in all forms and styles.
I am a mature student studying BA (Hons) Fine Art at Glyndwr University in Wrexham. I have just completed my first year of study and I am eager to find my own creative style of expression and at this moment in time portraits have garnered my enthusiasm. I am very much interested in the therapeutic values of art, having served in the RAF and been treated for PTSD myself.
I'm a young creative specialising in portrait photography and videography, particularly interested in using my skills for social change. Enthusiastically involved in the community, I divide my time between various projects, appearing regularly on BBC Radio Norfolk for interviews, advocating for youth voice and inclusion.
My work so far has largely been based around gender equality and the female experience, exploring the period taboo, celebrating women’s body hair, and highlighting just how common sexual harassment is. My film ‘Stolen Skin’ explores this last subject, depicting how it feels to experience sexual harassment through a spoken word piece with music and visuals. Well-received on social media, the film was covered on local BBC radio and television, then went on to win Connect Her’s international film festival.
My passion for sustainability developed through my participation in Bright Green Future, an environmental training programme for young people. This has given me a good grounding in sustainability issues, and I was given the opportunity to attend a range of conferences and events that deepened my understanding.
My gap year has been a period of immense personal growth and discovery, kicked off in August 2019 with an invitation to attend the International Congress of Youth Voices in Puerto Rico. I then spent a month with author Carolyn Meyer, finishing the first draft of our collaborative novel together. In November 2019, I spent three weeks in Hungary, working with an international team of volunteers to design and deliver music workshops for Hungarian school children. After that, I went inter-railing for a month, CouchSurfing with locals, discovering so many new languages and cultures. It’s been a real journey, and along the way, I’ve been documenting the people I’ve been meeting through portraits and video interviews.
This September, I’m starting an arts course (specialising in photography and video) at the École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, with the aim of finding a way into the creative industry.
Enthusiastic about future trends
in architecture and design, I have
a particular passion for designing
long-term solutions that improve the
quality of people’s day-to-day lives.
I enjoy concept development and initial
sketching, using design research to
inform early decisions within projects.
Since graduating, I have been
attending regular talks and seminars,
as well as online classes, to broaden
my knowledge and skills.
I have a growing passion for culture,
workplace and education sectors and
am currently seeking an entry-level
role where I can continue to learn.
After having been immersed in advertising throughout my undergraduate studies at The University of Colorado, I am now looking to further hone my craft by securing an opportunity in social media management. The theoretical knowledge from my degree combined with my hands-on experience from my internship at Ogilvy Melbourne have reinforced both my skill-set and passion for social media.
I am currently studying at Glasgow School of Art for Painting and Printmaking. I am now in my second year and am also a receiptant of the John and Mabel Craig scholarship. Through my education, I have become a hard working artist taking commissions. As I progess through my studies, I am still experimenting through my medium with different styles and inspirations.
Hi! I am a 22 year old mixed media artist from Wrexham, North Wales, with a degree in Fine Art from North Wales School of Art and Design. With a focus on drawing and collage, I create sophisticated responses to the overlooked areas of processes and the art studio. I highlight details that have served a practical purpose whilst making portraits which serve as the vehicle of my work. My work is reliant on context, cretaed with a strong influence from the surrounding environment; highly tailored to the exhibition space.
Hi, my name is Taylor. I studied Fine Art at North Wales School of Art where I got a 1st class honours degree. I work in oil paint, creating abstract landscape paintings around the theme of water and the sea. What interests me about the sea, is how it can be both calming yet powerful and aggressive at the same time - I try to bring these very different emotions together in one painting in order to create an artwork that has depth to it, and draws you in. The use of a blue palette creates a calming piece of work to look at, and means it is also suitable for any style of room; whether that is a commercial space or someone's living room.
While oil paints are my go-to medium, I also enjoy doing typography and various bits of lettering for people. I have written a couple of the food court signs for my local market and gallery space, Ty Pawb. Examples of this can be seen on my Instagram (@taylorstellaart) highlighted stories labeled typography.
I am also happy to take commissions for both large scale abstract paintings and small scale ones.
I am a graduate of BA Filmmaking at Kingston University and I am available for hire.
Nina is a Filipina-filmmaker, based in London. With a visual and artistic background, I work on freelance photography and videography where my interest and inspiration in film began from the creative production in music videos. I have always been fascinated by the process of big-budget filmmaking shoots, particularly the camera department.
Hello, I am a freelance model maker with over 4 years of experience in the industry. I have a BA Hons degree in model making and special effects.
during my time in the industry I have worked on film, in theatre, in media campaigns, tv and advertising, in architecture and promotional models and events.
to see more of my work please follow me in Instagram @sfxmodeldesign
or see my website hollyjackson28.wixsite.com/modelmaker