Loose Bar Vienna, 2015
Acrylic on canvas, rolled canvas unframed
Artist Statement: I am continuously searching the world for inspiration and discover it in the most unlikely places. Grabbing my subconscious with strange thoughts and images. I endeavor to turn these into creative works in various media. Once I begin to create, the imagination takes a walk with me into the unknown holding my hand as we progress on our mutual journey. I am privileged to be able to donate this work of the Loose Bar in Vienna to the Art4Grenfell art auction.
For further info please visit: http://www.simonnorth-art.com/about.aspx
R E M E M B E R, 2018
Limited edition of 10 Oil based ink screen-prints
Artist Statement: British type designer and letterer based near London
For further info please visit: http://www.robclarke.com/filter/Illustration/Profile
T&C/ Postage and Packaging:
Oil on Canvas, 60 x 40 cm
Artist Statement: I find an image that represents a feeling, take that and manipulate it using software to enhance the colours and then paint it to a canvas.
For further info please visit: https://www.saatchiart.com/account/profile/591685
Guide Price £40
The Knife Thrower, 2013
Wire, Tulle, Laser cut acrylic mirror and Swarowski, 36cmx30cm without head 64cmx30cm with head
Artist Statement: With my work I want to represent a government that like a reckless, myopic, unexperienced knife thrower has failed, betrayed and killed its people. A government that has lost its focus. The panels symbolise the one used on the Grenfell tower. Showing the gap between the rich and the poor: The poor are invisible, marginalised and are being killed because of austerity and the rich can only see the fragmented reflection of themselves and the distorted reflection of this society.
For further info please visit: https://www.virnapasquinelli.com
Guide price: £250
You Can’t Hold Me Back (Red), 2017
Screen-Print on Mirror card 1/5, 64 x 45 cm
Artist Statement: My practice interrogates questions of personal identity, gender and sexuality through the media of photography, drawing and screen printing.
For further info please visit: www.siobhanbradshaw.co.uk
Postcards from New York, 2017 Oil on Canvas Board, 6×4 inches, unframed
Artist Statement:m “A single painting often receives due attention, and completion, countless times.” – Maddoxgallery
For further info please visit: https://maddoxgallery.co.uk/artist/chris-moon/
Augury P-180 (After Blake from ‘Auguries P80-P180’ Series), 2012
1 hour scalpel drawing on Sandpaper, 19cm H X 14cm W. – Framed and mounted (size 29cm H X 21cm) Included
Artist Statement: One of five scalpel drawings on different thicknesses of sandpaper between P80 (roughest) to P180 (smoothest). Each drawing is scratched into the sandpaper for exactly 1 hour. Mixing contemporary and mythological tropes it is inspired by the first verse of William Blake’s, Auguries of Innocence – “To see a World in a Grain of Sand / And a Heaven in a Wild Flower / Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand / And Eternity in an hour” – William Blake, 1803”.
For further info please visit: www.vimeo.com/calumfkerr
Guide price: £80
The Dove, 2017
Ink on Paper, unframed
Artist Statement: “It is what it is…”
For further info please visit: https://www.facebook.com/mc.aigner.art
T&C/ Postage and Packaging:
Summary works where possible should be collected immediately after the sales on the night, for bidders not present at the event on the 21st Feb 2018, we offer to hold the items for 3day at our storage note as it is for the charity we do not cover insurance and it is held at own risk, Art4Grenfell and its volunteers are not held responsible in any way. Although as responsible volunteers each person is dedicated to help fundraise for this cause and are doing their best. Please see terms and conditions attached for each works, and more details available on the listings. Postage and packaging service is provided either by us or dealt with third party services/ such as the one listed in the link below or the Royal Mail.
Sunrise in the Solent 54, 2017
Oil on Board, 20cm x 27 cm, Framed
Artist Statement: Butterfield has a particular gift for light. She paints the atmosphere and the time of day. She can capture a pose and what people are feeling. Her paintings are owned by Jenny Agutter, Professor Brian Cox, Richard Curtis, John Humphreys, Charles Jencks, Rt Hon Michael Portillo, Lord Coe, HRH Prince of Wales, HM The Queen and Jon Snow.
“At sunrise you see the most colour in the sky before the sun rises.” – Sarah Butterfield
For further info please visit: http://www.sarahbutterfield.co.uk
Pen and Ink on paper, 59 x 70 cm, framed
Artist Statement: My practice is focused on the relationships between drawing, painting and sculpture and draws from architectural theory to explore the permeability’s between the body, complex emotional states and architectural spaces. I am interested in the sculptural idea of the room as a container or vessel which objects and emotions can pour in and out of, and drain leak or overflow. My work is often influenced by a complex mixture of literature, architectural theory and politics. The skin can be visualised as an architectural membrane that holds us together. The fetish like objects and drawings that I make inhabit a dark architectural space that uses ideas of “apotropaic” (protective) folklore that can defend, protect and constrain the body.
For further info please visit: www.oliviahicks.co.uk
Guide Price: £450