Maria Kemp, Lorrie Cannon and Josephine Florent will kick off Artisan's final season with a wonderful exhibition of photographs, paintings and jewellery. These three friends will set the mood for May with vibrancy, colour and texture.
Lorrie was born in Yorkshire
and has lived in London since the 1970s.
Although largely self-taught, painting has always been important aspect
of her life. Recently Lorrie spent time backpacking around Nepal and Central
America with her daughters and has returned with renewed inspiration which has
led to her latest collection. She is a
semi-abstract painter working with acrylics whose subjects are striking and
textural giving her land and seascapes intensity and movement.
Working with Dichroic glass and sterling silver Josephine has created a wonderful collection of jewellery that is a 'must have'. The colours in each piece. Change with the light and enhance any garment they are worn with. Josephine's talent for catching the trend comes from her experience as one of London's top fashion models.
Maria was born in Sweden but lives and works in London. She was a fashion model for many years and went on to develop a successful career in nature photography. Her first major exhibition in 2008 has been followed by shows in London and Stockholm. Maria's works in this exhibition are shot on film and digital. She transforms the simple image by enhancing colours using her own creative techniques. All the photographs are hand printed and framed by the artist.
Please see attached jpeg images. Subject to availability, all items will be available after the exhibition via artisan. Please contact Naomi Harrison at artisan tel: 020 8451 6315, mob: 0778 900 2052 or email: email@example.com
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