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Signature Art Prize 2019/20

Painter

The Signature Art Prize was established by gallery Directors Isobel Beauchamp and Elinor Olisa in 2007 to celebrate and identify emerging artists’ ‘Signature Style’. They define an artist’s ‘signature style’ as being “that which makes an artist unique; a combination of process and method, contributed to by the artist’s own personality which results in a piece that is unique and specific to them.” With their intuitive knowledge of the contemporary art market, they endeavour to fully capture and develop each individual artist's 'brand'. 

 

  

30 × 25 × 0.1 cm
  • £1,200.00
71 × 51 × 3.5 cm
  • £2,650.00
70 × 80 × 5 cm
  • £3,600.00
100 × 100 × 0.1 cm
  • £4,500.00
20 × 29 × 0.1 cm
  • £75.00
27 × 19.5 × 0.1 cm
  • £150.00
70 × 90 × 0.5 cm
  • £5,000.00
90 × 145 × 5 cm
  • £3,400.00
150 × 107 × 0.1 cm
  • £3,000.00
120 × 180 × 2 cm
  • £1,000.00
60 × 84 × 1 cm
  • £2,500.00
120 × 200 × 0.1 cm
  • £2,700.00
160 × 180 × 120 cm
  • £2,000.00
30 × 30 × 20 cm
  • £1,200.00
33 × 25 × 21 cm
POA
90 × 15 × 90 cm
  • £1,350.00

Jinya Zhao

Royal College of Art (Master of Art , 2019)

Born and raised in China, Jinya Zhao discovered a passion for glass whilst studying for a BA at the China Academy of Art (2013-17). In 2017 she began her MA studies at the Royal College of Art. She sees glass as an ideal medium to explore the themes of environment, emotions and personal experiences.

Jinya's work spans sculpture, installation and design. In her current collection she has created two bodies of new work, using different glass qualities and metals in order to explore the subtle relationships and tensions between colour, form and structure.

23 × 9.5 × 9.5 cm
  • £820.00
23 × 9.5 × 9.5 cm
  • £820.00
23 × 9.5 × 9.5 cm
  • £820.00
15 × 16 × 12 cm
  • £450.00
35 × 35 × 30 cm
  • £1,700.00
15 × 57 × 17 cm
  • £2,100.00

Els Marks

University of Westminster (BSc Photography and Digital Imaging , 2017)

Els Marks is an Italian photographer and artist based in London.

By exploring the concept of landscape in a nostalgic way, Els' works aim to establish a link between the landscape’s reality and that imagined by its conceiver. 

Her work investigates the dynamics of landscape, including the manipulation of its effects and the limits of spectacle based on our assumptions of what landscape and travel means to us. 

55 × 70 × 0.1 cm
  • £150.00
55 × 70 × 0.1 cm
  • £150.00
55 × 70 × 0.1 cm
  • £150.00
55 × 70 × 0.1 cm
  • £150.00
70 × 55 × 0.1 cm
  • £150.00
70 × 50 × 0.1 cm
  • £150.00
60 × 55 × 0.1 cm
  • £150.00
55 × 70 × 0.1 cm
  • £150.00
70 × 55 × 0.1 cm
  • £150.00
70 × 55 × 0.1 cm
  • £150.00
55 × 70 × 0.1 cm
  • £150.00
70 × 55 × 0.1 cm
  • £150.00

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