About the artists:
Kenny’s artwork offers the viewer a fresh take on figurative painting and portraiture. His big bold brush strokes, unique angular mark marking and energetic pallet are implemented with confidence, and serve well to express the subtleties of his subjects.
With the public loving his capacity to express emotion through the human form, he was one of Focus LDN’s best sellers in the Winter Exhibition, 2016.
Rossiter’s artworks are developed through rigorous experimentation with various binders and chemicals, this has led to paintings which are expressive of their constituent parts and serve to demonstrate the spontaneity of his process. His powerful backgrounds provide the perfect spring board for his trademark splash, which articulates the natural sensuality of both paint and form.
Only two years since graduation, he is already represented by galleries in Shanghai and Madrid, and is frequently sought out for corporate commissions.
Cox’s artwork seeks to capture London’s ever changing urban landscape. He indulges the viewer with paintings which explore all the progressions and nuances of modern city life. He uses a unique combination of Indian ink and oil paint to develop his canvas, whilst retaining a loose, free style to his mark making.
Cox was recently featured in the Evening Standard as a “young British artist to look out for in 2017” and the demand and value of his paintings has been steadily increasing for the past three years.