Naked Lines Naked Lines offers a portfolio of thirty exquisite ink drawings by the British artist Julian Cox.
Following art school and employment as a fine art restorer Julian has been exhibiting work across the U.K. for more than twenty years.
Julian's drawings are produced using Indian ink on ivory coloured board. His passion is evident when he says, "I love the fact that Indian ink has been used throughout history, through both drawing and printing, to communicate ideas. It is a sensual medium, a subtle sheen resulting from the inclusion of shellac. Calligraphy from around the world has a strong influence upon my drawing."
The Cork Street Open Exhibition takes place in the Gallery on Cork Street and provides an opportunity for both emerging and established artists from around the world to compete for an invitation to have their work shown in Mayfair and the heart of London's art dealing centre while supporting a selected charity. This iBook* is the electronic version of the exhibition catalogue and features all of the shortlisted artwork. You can download it to your iPad* for free by clicking here
Coming soon a fantastic new iBook* featuring Maslen and Mehra's latest exhibition - Impermanent Collection available to download from the iBookstore*soon. Introductory text from noted art-critic Edward Lucie-Smith.
We are proud to announce that our sister imprint Elizabeth Beecher Publishing has published two new iBooks* available to download from the iBookstore*. Both iBooks* feature text from noted art-critic Edward Lucie-Smith.
London based photographer Oleg Tolstoy's 'Olympic Opinion' contains over 140 high resolution Polaroid images. These images document the opinions on the upcoming Olympic Games of the city's inhabitants.
Joe Machine's 'Becoming the Perpetrator' gives insight into Joe’s childhood and early beginnings and how they influenced his art. This iBook* contains high resolution images and a bonus video of Joe Machine talking about his work.
Both Oleg Tolstoy's 'Olympic Opinion' and Joe Machine's 'Becoming the Perpetrator' will be launching at the "A Celebration of Sport" exhibition at The Bermondsey Project, SE1 5SF on Tuesday 24th July.
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