Karen Phillips is based in The Netherlands and has been producing stone sculpture for 5 years. Karen delights in selecting and working various types of stone such as Alabaster, Soapstone, Serpentine, Limestone and Marble. She believes in working “with“ the stone to find her inspiration and theme for each piece. Karen is organising across exhibitions across Europe to promote the work of close family and friends. Her ambition is to expand future events to include other artists and family members work. Please contact us If you are interested in Karen's work or would like information about exhibiting with us. Go to Gallery.
Brooke Phillips is based in Hertfordshire (UK) and has been producing commercially successful works for more than ten years. Brooke’s work is noteworthy for her breadth of style and creative depth and colour composition. Brooke was educated at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam and although originally following interior architecture has happily transitioned into the visual art form. Go to Gallery.
Michael Phillips is based in the Netherlands and is a newcomer to the art world. Michael is an IT professional who has created a concept of slim three dimensional canvasses which he produces by hand. This form lends itself to a somewhat technical and precise expression leading to striking and challenging works. Michael gets great satisfaction from his creations and finds it a great antidote to the stresses of life in IT. Go to Gallery.
Selda Khoy is a professional Artist, Interior Designer and musician. Based in the Netherlands Selda produces abstract works often mixing mediums such as acrylic, oils and ceramics. Selda’s pieces are richly colourful and all contain a narrative, some historical, humanistic or geographical. Look out for the allusion to the human face hidden in many of her canvases! Selda exhibits her works regularly in the Netherlands and abroad. Go to Gallery.
Tina Hart is based in Hertfordshire (UK) and has a BA Hons Degree in Character Model Design and Special Effects and graduated from Hertfordshire University (UK) in 2009. Tina made the transition to 2D abstract work. Her preferred medium is textured acrylics. The use of expressive colour and texture has created her uniquely recognizable style. “Abstract painting in my opinion is a wonderful way of articulating our viewpoints, interpretations and emotions in life. It allows us to express ourselves in a way that is spiritual and beautifully free.” Go to Gallery.