The three artists grant a snapshot into their respective creative journeys which are defined as much by past experiences as by dreams and visions for the future. Initially following paths prescribed by necessity, societal and commercial constraints, whether raising families or following family traditions, their current practice is at once mature and emergent.
Building on successful careers as film makers, graphic designers and crafts people, each decided to realign their direction to answer a long held passion for art. Wayfinding is as much a personal project as a creative commentary on the prevailing prejudices in wider society and in the art world in particular.
Sacha Bowling is a film maker and photographer living and working between London and Los Angeles. Whether expressed through moving image or still photography, his work becomes an integral part of the stories it tells.
Jo Heckett is a visual artist working across media who
explores concepts that aim to describe the indescribable, such as mythological archetypes, Paganism, and themes of science and magic, through the lens of reclaiming the feminine.
Ricky Plante takes his inspiration from graphic novels and vintage movies. His fine art practice explores movement, weight and mark making by combining graffiti elements with mixed media and painting into gestural abstractions.