Artist Alban. American Pop Art and the New French Realism…

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Meet Alban, an artist inspired by Rauschenberg he combines American Pop Art and industrial structures. In recent years, Alban explored several themes: “The Cabins” reported to the warplanes, “Steelworkers” from his fascination with industrial machines and “Materials” is an aesthetic research on textures and colours.

Alban paints full time and explores the voyeuristic side of his nature that he first discovered as a child observing the industrial world around him. Alban’s use of materials and pop art tradition caught my attention. The clever rendering of the distressed surface, the references to both pop art, politics and history draw the eye and captures the imagination.

Below, please find the Gallery preview to his collection. For further information contact us – george@georgethorntonart.com

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‘America’

Beautifully crafted, original artwork, mixed media on wood

 

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‘Ashley’

Original artwork, mixed media on wood

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‘Blu, Blanc, Rouge’

Original artwork, mixed media on wood

 

To view this collection in the flesh do come and see us. Works on display now! Or call us for further information.

George Thornton Art – Unit 12a, Flying Horse Walk, Nottingham, NG1 2HN

Tel – 01159243555

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George Thornton Art ~ presents “GRAVITY”​

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After a personal journey spanning several years perfecting their individual techniques of painting contemporary art, both Louise McNaught and Kirsty Mackay have exploded onto the art scene!

Both artists control and manipulate paint onto canvas. Drawing upon formulaic imagery which depicts both movement and emotion.

Exhibition 29th September until 6th October

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“Gravitational” by Kirsty Mackay

In just over a 12 hours time we’ll be showcasing a host of new paintings by Kirsty Mackay and Louise McNaught. Both have presented the Gallery with their A-game for art and style. Come and see for yourselves…

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“In-Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea” by Louise McNaught

We look forward to seeing you during this show, however if you have any questions in the meantime please contact the gallery – george@georgethorntonart.com

George Thornton Art {12A Flying Horse Walk}{Nottingham}{NG1 2HN}

Tel – 01159243555

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The Art of Anna E Davies

Really LOVE, LOVE the art of Anna E Davies at the moment. Feel she is doing something different & really interesting. She works on board, telephone directories and using oil she works with abstract strokes to produce incredible figures.

See further work online – George Thornton Art

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The Art by Anna E Davies is on permanent display at George Thornton Art

(12A Flying Horse Walk, Nottingham, NG1 2HN) (Tel : 01159243555)

8 weird & wonderful works that will boggle your mind!

What does it mean for something to be weird? Perhaps something that is a little out of the ordinary? Surreal? Left of field? Supernatural perhaps… ?

Here in the Gallery we think that weird is wonderful! 8 weird and wonderful pieces to make you think…

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‘My Black Heart’ by Mr Go

‘Fortunes Balled’ by Nom Kinnear King

‘Womb Service’ by Xue Wang

‘Exposure’ by Ian Hodgson

‘Egress’ by Ian Jones

‘The Devil Hath Power to Assume a Pleasing Shape’ by Magnus Gjoen

‘Crwcwd’ by Anna E Davies

‘Unfolding’ by Jane Thomson

George Thornton Art ~ 12A Flying Horse Walk, Nottingham, NG1 2HN

Tel – 01159243555

Orange is the New Black… (Art-wise obviously…)

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‘Crwcwd’ by Anna E Davies

The orange colour is a very warm and vibrant that actually gives very different reactions throughout the world. In the Netherlands it’s the national colour. Asia, more sacred surrounding Buddhist monks and their robes and finally, the United States its associated with Halloween! That aside the colour orange always plays a big part in our homes. Very warm. From carrot colored carpets to apricot bathroom suites, orange has managed to makes us smile and certainly brightens up that room or office space. See our art, be inspired and find what works for you?

The Butterfly Effect

‘The Butterfly Effect’ by Louise McNaught

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‘Organicolour’ by Russell Hatton

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‘Jane’ by Nick Holdsworth

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‘Betty’ by Oli Fowler

Northern Light by Louise McNaught

‘Northern Lights’ by Lousie McNaught

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‘Vandal Helmet’ by Zombiedan

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‘Genesis’ by Kieran Crowder

 

George Thornton Art {12A Flying Horse Walk}{Nottingham}{NG1 2HN}

Telephone – 01159243555

 

Sara Pope – So Hot Right Now

Mathematician turned graphic designer, turned shoe designer, turned artist Sara Pope brings the vibrant, lively attitude of fashion to her ‘lippy’ paintings.

She combines the skill and craftmanship she learned from her time in fashion (working with Paul Smith, Lacoste and Jasmine Di Milo) with an eye for the glamour and sexual power conveyed by a pair of lips.

Her paintings of vivid, glossy lips in bold colours explore the landscape of pop culture, recalling John Pache’s famous Rolling Stones logo as much as Samuel Beckett’s mouthy monologue Not I.

Her paintings begin with a photo shoot where she paints a model’s lips and then tries to capture images conveying emotions like love and flirtation for inspiration. The painting process then involves several layers of thin oil-diluted paint being overlaid, blending and smoothing the colours extensively at every stage. Emulating the slickness of advertising, the result is glossy and irresistible.

THE ART OF SARA POPE

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Title – ‘Controversy’

Medium – Oil on Gesso Wooden Panel

Dimensions – 24in x 32in x 2in

Price – £2,500 (Framed)

 

 

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Title – ‘Red Carpet’

Medium – Oil on Gesso Wooden Panel, 24ct gold leaf background

Dimensions – 24in x 32in x 2in

Price – £3,000 (Framed)

 

 

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Title – So Hot Right Now

Medium – Oil on Gesso Covered Wooden Panel with Neon Light and Diamond Dust

Dimensions – 32in x 32in x 3in

Price – £7,000 (Framed)

 

Sara’s work is rapidly gaining attention around the world, having exhibited her work in London, Paris, New York and Florence. She even impressed her namesake Pope Francis with her painting. Her portrait has been accepted into the Vatican collection, which must be a first for a female Pope.

For all further information do contact the Gallery. We’re happy to help.

George Thornton Art ~ 12A Flying Horse Walk, Nottingham, NG1 2HN

Tel : 01159243555 E,mail : george@georgethorntonart.com

Antony Gormley’s “Standing Matter” (2010)

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Antony Gormley’s ‘Standing Matter’ (2010) is a piece of human appreciation of the weight of mans’ imperfection faced with those perfect symmetrical blocks of his own creation. A human without angles and anonymous against colourless outlines speaks to the hopelessness of the human condition – relentless progress of the Lego block constructions of our weak and featureless imaginations against the molecular structure less shape of our existence. Exquisite.

‘Standing Matter’ is on display in the Gallery and available to purchase. Framed and certified with Gormley’s signature on the reverse.

http://www.georgethorntonart.com/Arti…/Antony-Gormley/Art-By

George Thornton Art

12A Flying Horse Walk ~ Nottingham ~ NG1 2HN

Tel ; 01159243555