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Lesley Taylor

 Lesley is a contemporary mixed-media artist working from her studio in the village of Warnham, on the border of Surrey and West Sussex.  She also has a base in Orford, on the Suffolk coast. Self-taught, she invested time in learning some of the more technical aspects of her craft – such as mould making and casting at the Sussex Sculpture Studio.

 

She started working as an artist full-time in 2010, completing her first series of witty three-dimensional boxed sculptures, entitled ‘The Drip Series’, early in 2011. Each sculpture encapsulates a moment in time involving the careful play of light and shadow, in which the focus of each piece is seemingly simple but dramatic, with a splash of colour.  All delivered with her trademark touch of humour!

She takes inspiration from everyday people and things she sees around her.  The renovation of a cottage in Suffolk was the main inspiration for ‘The Drip Series’ and since then, her works have included ‘Vin Rouge’ in which spilled red wine is the focus. ‘Shades of…’ inspired by her favourite 1930’s photograph of construction workers in New York was followed by ‘Absolutely Quackers’, ‘Beside the Seaside’ and a considerable range of unique commissions.  Her sculptures have been successfully exhibited in prestigious London Art Shows and International Art Fairs in the USA and Canada. Her range of limited edition high quality glicée prints are professional photographic images of her three-dimensional original pieces.

 Rennie Pilgrem
 

Rennie spent over 20 years as an award winning recording artist and DJ. He toured the world performing at clubs like ‘Fabric’ and at many festivals including Glastonbury. 

 

He also owns the dance music label TCR which is widely recognised as the most important in the world for it’s genre: Breakbeat. He still makes music and DJs in the UK and abroad but now spends most of his time creating visual art. 

 

Rennie’s artwork is graphic, contemporary and often witty. He is equally at home with painting, making sculptures or creating photographic/digital prints. 

 

His work has been selected for The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and is shown regularly at many UK art fairs. He has exhibited abroad and is collected internationally.

Stripy Art

by Suzanne Whitmarsh

Lisa Ridgers & friends

Jane Vaux

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