3 Smith & Co Galleries Artists You Should Know About.
We are proud to represent some of the most eclectic and talented artists on the scene right now.
Here are a just a few who's names you need to know...
ARTIST #1: PAUL STEVENS
Smith & Co Galleries are delighted to bring you 'Eight Minutes at Midnight'. An exclusive collection of photography from Paul Stevens. Each piece is of a limited run of just 50 prints, hand signed and numbered by Paul.
Paul’s stunning photography is currently our most popular with interior designers as triptychs.
Paul Stevens says about his work -
"The motivation for taking pictures and what we hope to communicate with them is just as important as the final image. It's spontaneous and serendipitous. It's a need, or a want. it's not about the camera or the lens or the technique, but about seeing. It's an escape. A release."
To view the collection, click here; https://smithandcogalleries.com/collections/paul-stevens
ARTIST #2: ELE PACK
Talking in terms of artistic hubs in Britain, it would be impossible not to mention the city of Brighton. A place where art covers the streets and buildings is where our next artist, Ele Pack calls home.
“I see my paintings existing like music or poetry. There is not a clear narrative in the paintings, instead they are visual experiences to be felt on an emotional level. With a sophisticated use of colour, shape and line, a sensory world is created, to be felt and enjoyed.” - Ele Pack
Ele creates beautiful spaces within her abstract pieces, which lend themselves to any room - whether it be a statement against a white wall, or to harmonise in a colourful space.
We love to place Ele’s art in our warm silver frames (as pictured), although they look equally effective set in modern wood, cream or black.
To see more of her work, click on the link here; https://smithandcogalleries.com/collections/ele-pack
ARTIST #3: DOUG CHINNERY
Landscape photographer and print maker Doug Chinnery travels extensively in search of beautiful locations that move him.
Working in both digital and film formats, Chinnery uses a wide range of cameras to suit the light, weather and the emotion he wants to create. The resulting poetic photographs explore the relationship between the physical and the ephemeral nature of landscape.
Doug’s neutral and monochrome pieces create for an air of serenity, which is why they are so favoured for living spaces.
Have a peek at his collection here; https://smithandcogalleries.com/collections/doug-chinnery?page=2