Emma is graphic artist specialising in fine drawing, taking inspiration from myths, legends and the unique beauty of the natural world. Emma painstakingly draws each design by hand in pencil, fusing highly skilled draftsmanship with a subversive imagination; capturing nature’s unpredictable beauty.
Bell Art was inspired by the love of the Australian bush. It evolved from Australian still-life artist's Meryl Bell's desire to capture Australian native flora and share their unique beauty with the world. Bell Art gives us all the opportunity to enjoy what she discovered.
Asta lives and works in the beautiful city of Bath in the south west of England. She studied at London’s prestigious Royal College of Art postgraduate college, where she specialised in embroidered textiles. She then went on to design and create her own label artisan hand dyed embroidered scarves and blankets in luxury fibres of cashmere and silk. These sold for years in many top stores worldwide, such as Barneys New York and Japan, The Cross and Designers Guild in London.
Jenny's creative process starts with a combination of drawing from observation and imagination. She lets the subject inform where the line wants to go and how it wants to feel. Colour is the emotion in her work. The ink is free to deepen and soften, just as colour would in nature.
Kevin is an artist and designer based in Sydney, Australia who draws inspiration for his colourful designs from the azure skies, abundant wildlife and spectacular beaches embracing the beautiful harbourside city. His bold, exuberant style features gestural florals, painterly strokes and expressive hand-drawn shapes.
Now, the self-taught illustrator is using her travel bug as a launchpad for her five-month-old creative venture, Inkspired — hand-painted, travel-inspired accessories that are finding fans as far away as Australia.
As a mixed media artist working with monoprints, collage, fabric, thread and photography, Tara is interested in the push-pull of constantly searching for something... Are we developing something new or are we constantly referencing and influenced by the past?
Michael trained in design at the Royal College of Art where he finely honed his individualistic approach to art and pattern. He is known for meticulously detailed, high-definition floral chinoiserie and exquisitely detailed tromp l’oeil drawing.
For more than 30 years Jan Bergerlind has worked as a professional illustrator. His pictures illustrate short stories, novels, advertising brochures, books, newspaper articles, posters, collectors plates, christmas cards etc. Jan Bergerlinds illustrations appear in many publications in Scandinavia and other parts of Europe.