Ian Parmiter (Lord Sonic)
Ian, Lord Sonic does not like to describe his work as it is a form of blind painting, whereby his mind lets his brushstrokes take an automated, natural flow. His artistic language is a form of ‘Organic Expressionism’ with influences deriving from objects of antiquity to personal issues. The artist has been surrounded by antiques and art for over four decades. His paintings are mainly figurative with symbols and signifiers of objet d’art that are imprinted in his memory. View more works and full bio following the CAPUG link below.
Lucy Carter, from Hampshire, England is currently studying her Masters in Fine Art at University of Chichester, where she also studied her BA. Her work currently focuses on Digital Prints and Furniture Installation, which consist of a variety of second hand objects; therefor beginning to tell their own story. The objects can be classed as having ‘genteel’ or ‘kitsch’ qualities, given that they are ‘mimics’ from a particular period in time. View more works and full bio following the CAPUG link below.
Steven's principle practice is painting both in oils and acrylics whilst experimenting with alternative media and collage, often mixing them all, in the search for visual acuity. The roots of my influence tap through the prescient baroque of Ucello, through that of Caravaggio and to the Expression of Munch, Soutine and Chabaud of the early 20th Century, including the Die Brücke, Blau Reiter and Cobra groups. View more works and full bio following the CAPUG link below.
Le Roi Des Nuls
Le Roi Des Nuls attempts to live and work in the present moment. He tries not to concern himself with what has gone and what may be around the corner. He has explored many ways of working including: painting, drawings, sculpture, film, projection, screen printing and digital work.
The Le Roi Des Nuls or 'The King of Nought' comes from the artists struggle with the highs and lows of Bipolar disorder, the King element represents the manic highs and nought or nothing being the depressing lows. View more works and full bio following the CAPUG link below.
Dolly’s practice is varied, which can be observed as multi-linguistic. The artists' subject matter includes text and aphorisms to mixed media, purchased objects,, conceptual, painting and screen prints, to creating miniature dolls house scenes. The artist rarely uses canvas, his preferred medium is Perspex. Dolly uses various modern technologies to create his work including laser cutters for intricate details. The artist’s work represents the 'here and now,' covering social, political and environmental issues. View more works and full bio following the CAPUG link below.
The abstract expressionism artist graduated from Portsmouth University in 2002 and has since practised art full-time, creating and successfully selling her paintings to a wide and varied audience across the globe, from corporate headquarters and international hotels to private clients and commission based work. After recent life changing experiences, Suki is steering her artistic studies into new found territories including, conceptual and abstract expressionism, evolving into a new and exciting period of fresh and powerful works. View more works and full bio following the CAPUG link below.
My work as an Artist is emerging and changing with time. I am interested in the shape, depth and purpose of discarded objects , what they once stood for and what they have left behind. Colour and shape speak words to me from floating fabrics to discarded objects . My work in influence by George Shaw, Francis Bacon , Dorothea Tanning and many more. View more works and full bio following the CAPUG link below.
I am an abstract artist using processes adapted from those of Gerhard Richter and influenced by the Abstract Expressionists.
Using both Acrylic and Oil paints, I am interested in the interaction of colours, having experimented over years with the medium of ceramic glazes. View more works and full bio following the CAPUG link below.
Paul Bellingham has been painting since 1994 and drawing since 1967. His recent works are what he refers to as his Jazz paintings. Created whilst listening to a diverse range of old and modern Jazz music. The work is done fairly rapidly and spontaneously in relationship and influence of the music. He paints and draws almost every day for several hours, hence the large body of recent work. View more works and full bio following the CAPUG link below.