Our London Art Fair Picks

The Own Art team had the pleasure of exploring London Art Fair between 15-20 January 2019, not only to meet people sharing, buying and selling art, but to discover new works on sale that are available to buy using an Own Art loan with interest-free instalments.

We’d like to share some of our discoveries with you, with our personal thoughts and observations:

“The perfect antidote to cold, dark January nights.”

Karine Laval | Untitled #70, 2018, from the series Heterotopia
76.2 x 76.2 cm, Chromogenic Print, Edition of 5
Available with Own Art at Crane Kalman Brighton

“I love the stillness and mystery of this piece.”

Ellie Davies | Fires 7, 2018
90cm x 60cm C-Type Lightjet Print on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper, edition of 7 + 2 APs
Available with Own Art at Crane Kalman Brighton

“Bold lines of blue combined with burnt horizontal edges give the impression of a rusting bridge in this large etching.”

Philip Reeves | Bridge, 2005
53 x 53 cm, paper Size 68 x 64 cm, edition of 30
Available with Own Art at Glasgow Print Studio

“Earthy colours and the juxtaposition of flowing brushstrokes against jagged lines really drew me to this acrylic.”

Peter Joyce | Autumn Red, 2018
22 x 18 cm, acrylic on board, signed, titled and dated verso
Available at Jenna Burlingham

“a reflection of my everyday life, the tranquillity and radiance of my closest friends and peers”

Rebecca Harper | Hanging By A Scaffold, 2019
180 x 220 cm, acrylic on canvas
Available with Own Art at Anima Mundi

“It takes me to San Junipero”

Louis Appleby | Mind’s Eye
50 x 40 cm, acrylic on wooden panel
Available with Own Art at Castlegate House Gallery

“To me, it recalls parties from a time before our parents knew us.”

Niki Hare | Sate
33 x 43 cm (framed), ink on found print
Available with Own Art at Urbane Art Gallery

“‘Sculptress’ almost looks as though it has been assembled like a jigsaw puzzle. I love the block colours and graphic style.”

Adrian Wiszniewski | Sculptress, 2018
51.5 x 72 cm, Print, edition of 20
Available with Own Art at Glasgow Print Studio

“I’d spotted this online before the fair when the hypnotic concentric circles caught my eye – it was even more impressive in person!”

Justin Pearce | Red, White & Blue Lines AKA Hole Shot
118 x 118 x 12 cm, spray paint, correction fluid, giclee print, wood and rubber
Available with Own Art from Nunnery Gallery


Own Art at London Art Fair 2019

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