• 07/03/2012

    Tracey Bush and Francisca Prieto commissioned works for Hotel in Devon

    Tracey Bush and Francisca Prieto are completing works for the entrance area of the Magdalen Chapter Hotel which opens in late Spring. Housed in the 19th century former West England Eye Hospital, this luxury 59 bedroom hotel will be reflective of the individual skills and passions of the architects, artists and artisans who have collaborated in its creation.

  • 28/02/2012

    Rachael Clewlow commissioned works for Hilton Wembley, London

    Rachael Clewlow has been commissioned to create two print editions for the 2012 Hilton Hotel in Wembley which will be decorating over 300 rooms in the hotel.

  • 28/02/2012

    Katherine Jones at Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art

    Katherine Jones has been invited to exhibit two of her recent prints at Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art, Kyoto, Japan in May/June 2012 as part of the 6th Kyoto Hanga International Print Exhibition 2012 Japan/UK
    Katherine Jones’ TheVanishing Land has been selected from the Chichester Open 2011 to be included in the Watercolours and Works on Paper Fair 2012 with TOWRY NOAC at the Science Museum, London from the 2nd to the 5th of February 2012

  • 26/02/2012

    Francisca Prieto featured in Uppercase

    There is something magic about paper; it is hard to point out something specific, though it is probably the endless possibilities that it offers... It all starts with a blank page!

    Over the years I have been collecting a variety of things made of paper and those things inspire me, from old tickets and catalogues to vintage ledger books and all kind of unusual finds. Each has something fascinating about them, the colours, texture, concept or simply because they make me smile. I choose...

  • 15/10/2011

    Francisca Prieto's Unbound exhibition at jaggedart featured in The Week

    Paper us usually folded by the very bored or the japanese, but Francisca Prieto, a Chilean artist, has turned it into a radical vehicle for such high-minded issues as the Fibonacci sequence, Shakespeare and an analysis of the lifestyle of women in 1874.