Angela Buron

3 04 2015

Clever, and very funny work by Angela Buron.

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miss aniela

3 04 2015

I love these staged photographs that are almost collages, almost paintings.

“Miss Aniela has become a reference in the domain of fashion photography that flirts with fine art, creating magical glamorous spaces and suspending them in memorable images, with a dreamy aristocracy and a surrealist subtext.”

Aniela is the middle name of Natalie Dybisz, a fine-art fashion photographer based in London, UK. Originating as a self-portrait artist in 2006, Miss Aniela’s work has been exhibited internationally and featured in numerous media including NY Arts, El Pais, ALARM Chicago, Vogue Italia and BBC.





Mairi Timoney

3 04 2015

I love this use of collage techniques to create new images. Painting with images instead of paint.

Mairi is interested in collecting imagery and materials from various sources to piece together visuals which are aesthetically and compositionally engaging. She enjoys using the juxtaposition of different media to consider surface, space, pattern and colour whilst the overlaying imagery, both found and personal, allows her to explore her interest in place and narrative. The fragmented landscapes which appear in her work come from an attraction to unfamiliar surroundings, quiet landscapes, architecture and the lives and stories of the people that inhabit these spaces.





Leonor Fini

3 04 2015

She produced the most outré art, liked to cross-dress and had a penchant for living in ménages à trois. And yet, despite once being infamous around the world, Leonor Fini is all but forgotten these days. – Sarah Kent

Their eyes seem too large. And their shoulders. Strong images of powerful women. Leonor Fini was a surrealist painter in the 1930s. She was associated with Andre Breton, the poet. She did not want to be considered a surrealist. Her paintings are often gorgeous. So why is she almost forgotten? Is it the obvious? That she was a woman in a very ‘macho’ world of Picasso and Hemingway?





Their first date was not ideal…

3 04 2015

Their first date was not ideal..by David Halliday