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The Artists of 2014 – Part Two

by Milly

Which artists have been making waves in 2014? From screenprinters and illustrators to graffiti artists and Parisian photographers, this is part two of the hottest new artists to join Easyart this year:

The watercolour wanderer

With the Scottish highlands to inspire, Ron Lawson’s muted colour palettes and paired back treatment of landscapes create peaceful and timeless paintings.

The tour de force

Inspired by vintage travel posters, Sassan Filsoof’s series of cycling prints capture the fun and passion at the heart of the sport

The Londoner

Brimming with personality, Anna-Louise Felstead’s cartoon style paintings document favourite London hotspots and behind-the-scenes at Fashion Week.

The explorer

Depicting famous cities and their iconic landmarks, Julia Gash’s bold illustrations have a charming vintage feel.

The dreamer

The atmospheric qualities of the skies and seas in East Anglia shine through in Stuart Roy’s beautiful paintings.

The equestrian

A love of fashion and horses combine in Luru Wei’s series of prints. The result? Fashionable black and white artwork with a strong and dynamic aesthetic.

The charming one

The playful illustrations of Louise Cunningham make use of fabulous colours in whimsical and romantic scenes.

The emotive landscaper

Capturing changes in light, weather and seasons, Doug Chinnery’s work captures the beauty of the locations which excite and move him.

The pattern master

London-based, award winning Hormazd Narielwalla’s collages utilise tailoring patterns to create artworks exploring the body in abstract form.

The scenic wonder

Fortunato Gatto’s rich portfolio of photographs capture the beautiful scenery of the Scottish moors in its many guises.

See the other new kids on the block in part one of our blog here. 


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