Which artists have been making waves in 2014? From screenprinters and illustrators to graffiti artists and Parisian photographers, we round up the hottest new artists to join Easyart this year:
The nature lover
Popular with interior designers, James Fullarton’s beautiful paintings delve into sailing, harbour life and still lifes with vibrant intensity.
The return to elegance
Claire Brooker’s floral portraits are elegant and modern, while her use of rhythm and pattern in her graphic motifs create soothing contemporary masterpieces.
Combining geometric precision and bold use of colour Simon C Page’s prints really pack a punch.
Alan Scales’ beautiful photographs of Paris in the sixties display an inherent sense of beauty and nostalgia.
The seaside escape
Kathy Ramsay Carr’s beautiful canvases depict the coastlines, beaches and moorlands of South West England. Vivid in colour, her work is abstractly evocative.
The retro find
Quintessentially British, Kelly Hall’s landscape scenes and food charts have an authentic retro flavour. Their appeal is both classic and timeless.
Henry Reichhold’s panoramic cityscapes capture the excitement of travelling on a grand scale as well as memorable events in recent history.
The playful one
French artist Adeline Meilliez’s graphic illustrations and vintage filmic prints are unique, experimental and above all, cheeky.
The raw elements
Liz Jameson’s enchanting paintings of the Sussex landscape, capture the beautiful changes in light and colours of land and sea.
Sunil Pawar’s prints are bold, abstract and full of urban flavour. He combines abstract and bold graphics with typography to create unique images.
Our round up of 2014’s hottest artists continues here.