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Rythmic leaves

Sarah Hamilton

Sarah Hamilton’s work is inspired by a love of natural forms, painters such as Milton Avery and Paul Klee, Folk Art and 1950′s design.  Her deceptively simple imagery emerge from sketchbooks and are drawn then digitally printed. HAMILTON has produced numerous private commissions and designed for leading contemporary stores including … Continue reading
kiss and tell by Bonnie & Clyde

Bonnie & Clyde

Bonnie & Clyde is a talented Brighton based artist that uses collage, type, paint and photography to produce stunning limited edition prints and mixed media originals. Her cool collages take us from Havana’s curious skyline to palm tree lined Venice Beach and the urban streets of New York. Bonnie & … Continue reading
Arrival (Detail) etching

John Duffin

Artist John Duffin is a highly accomplished printmaker and a member of the Royal Society of Painter Printmakers. His work can be found in many private and public collections including the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, the Guildhall Library in London, the National Football Association and the Southbank Centre London. He … Continue reading
Butterfly Ball Red by Joe Silcott

Joe Silcott

The exquisite hand cut butterflies and dragonflies arranged in gorgeous heart  or circle formations by artist Joe Silcott have joined Orso Major.  Joe’s inspiration for his recent work comes primarily from Nature and in particular butterflies, moths and the folklore and mythology surrounding these specific insects, to produce work with … Continue reading
From Isle Oronsay by Kimm Stevens

Kimm Stevens

Kimm Stevens is a Royal Academy trained artist working in mixed media including, pastels, charcoal, paint, car spray, sand, cement and pure pigments amongst other materials. He has exhibited widely including at the Royal Academy and the Mall Galleries. His career has seen him teach painting and drawing as well … Continue reading
Lulu by Maria Rivans

Maria Rivans

Artist Maria Rivans stunning prints have joined Orso Major, and we’re thrilled. Maria Rivans’ eye-popping collages explore the idea of existing alternate realities and fantastical other worlds which transport us into a surreal and exciting universe. By appropriating an array of sourced vintage ephemera, Maria seeks to overwhelm us with … Continue reading
Kissing Magritte

Joe Webb

Orso Major are delighted to add the unique work of Joe Webb to our roster of artists. Joe’s reputation as an artist is fast gaining international repute with a recent retrospective show at the Saatchi Gallery. Joe frequently references mid-century American advertising imagery, as well as those from the golden … Continue reading
Oval Based pots

Sun Kim

Sun Kim is a talented ceramicist who trained in Brazil and NYC before moving to London to work for Edmund de Waal. She says of her functional ceramics “My work is focused on a range of functional ware, I explore traditional and contemporary aesthetics. I use porcelain and stoneware as … Continue reading
Dead End by Adam Taylor Smith

Adam Taylor Smith

Adam Taylor Smith is a London based artist whose work captures his love of literature and storytelling. “I like there to be a sense of narrative about my work. However, I don’t necessarily want to tell the story, I want to provide the viewers with the material to create their … Continue reading
Harriet Porter-Spherical Light 20x25cm

Harriet Porter

Artist Harriet Porter presents serene still life paintings in a muted palette, in a body of work that evokes the paintings by Morandi and William Nicholson. In her sparse still life paintings, Porter strips away distractions to capture the glinting light as it falls on her subject and the surrounding surface. … Continue reading
Artwork by Frances Bloomfield

Frances Bloomfield

Frances Bloomfield is a sought after artist, producing boxes with ‘improbable’ scenarios using wood, paper and other material. Her work plays with the idea of scale and illusion. She shows around the UK and internationally and was recently commissioned for GTV at Salon del Mobile in Milan. Frances Bloomfield lives … Continue reading

Tony Blackmore

Tony Blackmore produces paper sculpture through a process of drawing and folding that creates 3-d reliefs with regimented precision. His work plays with light as it passes over the surface of his artwork, giving movement to static forms. The paper folds create waves and illusions, and are set in relief … Continue reading
bronze odonata_detail

Julia McKenzie

Julia McKenzie Artist Julia McKenzie is a South London based artist who trained at Camberwell School of Art. Working from her South London studio in her garden, Julia McKenzie’s inspiration comes from living in the city and the natural landscapes around us. Her work starts with drawings which evolve into … Continue reading
Blushing Pallor by Simone Truong

Simone Webb

Artist Simone Webb explores themes of flora and fauna in her work. A juxtaposition between the mundane and the beautiful coalesce to represent the transitionary states that occur in natural phenomena. By bleeding the present with the past and the inevitable future of the flora and fauna, a new, more permanent … Continue reading
Head in the Clouds by Janet Brooke

Janet Brooke

Artist Janet Brooke is a fellow of the Royal Society of Painter Printmakers and she has exhibited internationally. Her series titled ’36 views of Canary Wharf’ is widely acclaimed and a full set of this series is owned by the Museum of London as part of their permanent collection. Her … Continue reading
Corvus Quercus by LOU SMITH

Lou Smith

Lou Smith is a South London based artist who works in print, though his art career has seen him work in a variety of media including metal fabrication. The screenprints at Orso Major include silhouetted crows filled with the branches of the oak tree, titled Corvus Quercus. The series of … Continue reading
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