Hannah Campion | Axisweb
I use collected paint to make three dimensional objects whilst carefully deconstructing canvas or paper studies into new pieces. This process of transformation from original is significant. Pieces are hidden, crushed, hung, nailed, sellotaped, pinned,
Louisa Chambers | Axisweb
Louisa Chambers is a painter with a studio based practice. She has been developing a series of works that incorporates a simple folded form. Focusing on how a folded shape can be transfigured at speed from a temporary structure (three dimensional) into a flat two-dimensional space (painting). Each form can be squashed again, folded, opened, twisted and then recorded from observation.
Richard Stone | Axisweb
Stone’s work explores the disintegration of traditional modes of representation and seeks to break with its conventions. He approaches this through the manipulation of scale from the intimate to the monumental and explores the compound nature of form
George Charman | Axisweb
Within my work I question how perspective, relative to an individuals understanding of it, shapes and has shaped in an ontological sense, our relationship to the world around us. The ‘point-of-view’, relating to a perspectival meeting between subject and object can be a point of dynamic transformation, challenging the perceived stability of perception.
Jonathan Gabb | Axisweb
Jonathan’s site-specific installations have been recipients of a number of highly-coveted and competitive awards, including the WW SOLO Award in 2012, and the 2014 Saatchi Art Colour Showdown Competition – the most highly submitted online
Kathy Dalwood | Axisweb
My sculpture, both on a large and small-scale, centres around the process of casting applied through the media of plaster and concrete. A key feature of my work is that I cast directly from real objects and materials. Plaster Bust Collection - 21st century