Articles tagged with collage
Peter Horvath’s new collage series explores the decline of America as a global superpower. The Rise Art Prize finalist has pre-released his new collages exclusively on Rise Art. We find out more about the process and thought behind 'American Century'.
Read our exclusive interview with Irene Hoff to hear her story, see her works in progress and get a glimpse at her incredible studio space.
Alice Stallard is one of my favourite emerging young stars of the London art world and I was lucky enough to talk to her recently in her Battersea studio on the eve of her new exhibition at the celebrated Chelsea Arts Club (founded by Whistler in 1891).
We turn the spotlight on Sarah Thomas. Mixing a bit of fashion with a bit of the surreal, Sarah's enchanting collages are as compelling as they are disorientating.
Slavomir Zombeck is a Slovakian artist, who lives and works in the town Levoca. He works with painting, drawing, mixed media, graphic art and architecture. Through his works, he communicates not the reality, but the feelings that give him the sense of reality. As he considers his own identity as a little space, he strives to achieve the maximum effect by using the minimum means of expression.
Hormazd Narielwalla is a collage maker working with tailoring patterns as raw source materials. His practice began in the workrooms of Savile Row tailors Dege & Skinner when he discovered they would discard sets of bespoke suit patterns upon death of their customers. They had no use without the individual body. This prompted him to produce an artist book Dead Man’s Patterns (2008) which, was acquired by the British Library, National Art Library and the Fashion Institute of Technology.
Collage artist Joe Webb, exclusive to CCA and in partnership with Rise Art, exhibits at Hang up Gallery. We give our members an insight into his work.
Described by Saatchi online as a 'one-to watch painter,' French artist, Héloïse Delègue's work explores the conflict between man-kind and his natural environment, yet aims to relate to each individual on an intimate level.
Blending tailored patterns from archival fabrics, Hormazd's collage based work is inspired by the craftsmanship of Saville Row.
The Rise Art team sits down with Sarah to discuss her practice, inspirations and the motivations behind her work and latest exclusive Rise Art Prints, 'Sway' and 'Suspend'.