Fine Art Collector | Spring 2016

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INTRODUCING NIGEL MASON’S

CHARMING VIGNETTES

Raphael Mazzucco STYLE AND SUBSTANCE TRIUMPH IN UNIQUE ARTWORKS

Hand painted limited edition sculptures by Steve Lovatt TWISTED

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Editorial Feature

22 McAlpine Miller

4 Raphael Mazzucco

32 NigelMason

60 KeithMaiden

37 CraigDavison

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With spring tantalisingly on the horizon, and with the promise of lighter days ahead, we bring you an exciting mixture of life-enhancing art this season. Frommind-bending 3D editions by JohnWilson, nostalgic works fromBob Barker, figurative paintings by David Rees and Keith Maiden, gorgeous and striking landscapes by Richard Rowan, the ethereal Timberlyne collection fromCraig Davison, as well as star photographer Raphael Mazzucco’s colourful and arresting artwork, there is something to suit every room in the house in the spring 2016 collection. Alongside these established and talented artists, we are thrilled to bring you the best in emerging talent too, and are delighted to introduce two brand new artists onto the scene – Elaine Mather and Nigel Mason. We hope this edition puts a spring in your step!

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The prolific music and fashion photographer-turned-artist Raphael Mazzucco’s new collection displays his ingenious use of mixed media to produce an imaginative and colourful quartet of limited edition prints, which merges his passion for photography with the raw sensuality of painting. canvas CAMERA TO

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anadian born Raphael Mazzucco swapped the glamorous world of fashion and music

thought and the expansiveness of dreaming, which is a big part of what I do” muses Mazzucco. Interestingly he says that art for him is a ‘journey,’ and the photo- graphs are for him simply ‘a map,’ so although they are the starting point he does not now see them as the end. “People often ask me which comes first - photography or art, but they are almost always one and the same. I see them as a collective artistic whole.” Working initially with fashion images that often combine dramatic lush landscapes with the female form, he builds a layered narrative through paint, collage, resin and hand-lettered texts, transforming the original

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photography over six years ago, as he moved seamlessly from camera to canvas, carving out a dynamic niche within the art world for his extraordinarily colourful and captivating photo canvases. A self-taught lens man, Mazzucco has won recognition within a relatively short time for his large arresting pieces - typically a photo print artistically enhanced and layered with various materials such as wood, resin, acrylic and paint. “Mazzucco’s work is cutting edge, eminently creditable and hugely prestigious” explains Glyn Washington, founder and Creative Director of Washington Green, fine art publisher to Castle Galleries and Castle Fine Art. “I hadn’t seen anything like it before, and it excites me as much today as it did when I first saw it”. A former professional football player and model, Mazzucco cemented his professional reputation as one of the world’s most influential fashion photographers over a career spanning twenty years, photographing countless celebrities and creating iconic images for some of the world’s best-known brands, including Ralph Lauren, Victoria’s Secret, Calvin Klein and Guess Jeans. A handsome larger than life character, he has always attracted the talented and stylish, moving within the starry orbit of the New York fashion elite. His striking photographs of beautiful models (often in the skimpiest of bikinis – if any!) have also appeared in the world’s glossiest magazines such as Vogue, Vanity Fair, Marie Claire, Playboy and Sports Illustrated, while his worldwide reputation has made him the ‘go-to’ photographer for some of Hollywood’s biggest stars including Matt Damon, Benicio del Toro, Susan Sarandon and Dakota Fanning. He points to the great photogra- phers such as Richard Avedon, Irving Penn, and Helmut Newton as major influences on his work, and specifical- ly David Bailey who first successfully fused exotic fashion photography with serious portraiture; as well as painter Robert Rauschenberg for his passion- ate use of colour. “My love of colour allows me to express the freedom of

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photographs into intoxicating pieces of art. “Over the years I kept building the process with resin, which allows me to introduce more layers, and gave me a platform to make the paintings perhaps a little bit more poetic.” he explains. His relaxed and spontaneous approach is evident in the free flowing movement of his work “I do believe “My love of colour allows me to express the freedom of thought and the expansiveness of dreaming, which is a big part of what I do”

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very much inmistakes – I call them ‘happy accidents’. They are always the most joyous thing about doing what I do, and they ensure you never really knowwhat you’re going to get until the very end!” The fluidity and loose feel is very evident in the new collection, in which the four selected paintings display a lustrous colour and a joyous energy which demands attention. “When any work is free and there is passion put into its creation, it will never look forced,” he concludes. Mazzucco has showcased his art all over the world, fromMilan to Mel- bourne, Hong Kong to New York. Having enjoyed two successful UK exhibitions of original work (Montauk in 2014 and Bio- philia in 2015) this debut limited edition collection for 2016 consists of four hand signed prints selected from the previous two collections that were chosen for their unique and individual qualities. These stand out qualities are seen in the wonderfully deep red of Vietnam Pastel II with its powerful slash of colour, with what he refers to as “beauty in

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SPOTLIGHT

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1 Canadian, Vancouver-born photographer who now lives and works in the Long Island neighbourhood of Montauk 2 As a teenager he played football for Blackpool and Ipswich Town in the UK before heading back to Canada to play for the Vancouver Whitecaps and the Canadian music and fashion photographer before heading to New York in the mid 1990’s where his career took off 4 As a photographer he worked on global brand campaigns for Ralph Lauren, Guess, Calvin Klein and Victoria’s Secret 5 Celebrity portraits published in Vogue, Vanity Fair & Marie Claire 6 In 2011 published provocative and controversial art coffee table book called ‘Culo’ – photographs of ‘beautiful butts’ in collaboration with Sean ‘Diddy’ Coombes and record producer Jimmy Iovine 7 First UK exhibition ‘Montauk’ in 2014 was critically acclaimed and followed up by ‘Biophilia’ in 2016 8 Spring 2016 ‘The Raphael Mazzucco’ collection launched - a limited edition of four hand signed giclée prints Olympic Soccer Squad 3 Lived and worked in Italy, France and Holland establishing himself as a

its simplicity”, the sensual portrait of the Frida Kahlo ‘lookalike’ girl in Portrait , while in Mexico I , the female figure he maintains displays “my love of landscapes and connection to the earth.” In contrast, the classically sedate and alluring Chantal , with her striped ball gown and upright back at the keyboard, provides a counterpoint to the other three prints and which, Mazzucco says in typically relaxed style, “was shot at the home of this songwriter… she just sat at the piano and did her thing!” Mazzucco positively enjoys communicating with his legions of art fans. A prolific user of Instagram and other social media platforms, his approach is very democratic - “So

much of what I do is to do with giving; it has to do with encouraging the feelings of people looking at my work to be explored.” The new collec- tion ultimately triumphs because of the distillation of his myriad themes – beautiful women, exotic landscapes and imaginative use of colour. As GlynWashington sums up “What is certain is that this collection is both hugely inviting and a testament to his multi-talented abilities. Having reached the pinnacle of his career in photography, Mazzucco’s redirection into fine art has been brilliantly conceived and executed.” GALLERY The new collection from Raphael Mazzucco is available now. View online at castlegalleries.com

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Height 18” | £2,450 (each) Original Sculptures

IN THE GALLERY Bob Barker

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The echoes of my past become

my future paintings.

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IN THE GALLERY David Rees

� Forgiven

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� Rise

It is so important when painting not to be afraid to make mistakes. I give myself free rein to be brave with how I paint.

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Songs

These arewhat are playing inmy studio themost frequently at themoment… - Boxes by CharlieWinston - Elusive by ScottMathews - Roll Alabama by Bellowed - Over the hill by JohnMartyn - This is the day by TheThe

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Master of miniature sculpture, Nic Joly, reveals an eclectic music taste and how much his family inspire him MY FAVOURITE

Places

Cornwall , Daymer Bay. I have had so much fun withmy family on this beach, building memories for me and my boys. Dorset , West Bay. At a dark time inmy life, this is where I would always go and stand on the cliffs to give me strength and perspective on the world. My Home. Need I say more, home is where my heart is. The church where I got married and my children were christened. All beautiful days in a beautiful building. It is not about the religious nature of the space that matters to me, it is the fact that building has seen so many stories play out throughout its existence, and I am just a small part of that. Around a table eating well and drinking with friends. My image of heaven is to be around a table for eternity with everyone I love, laughing, talking and behaving badly…

Films

the greatest woman on earth. I might be the only onewho appreciates how amazing you are in every single thing that you do, and howyou are. In every single thought that you have, and howyou say what youmean, and howyou almost alwaysmean something that's all about being straight and good. I thinkmost peoplemiss that about you, and I watch them, wondering how they canwatch you and never get that they just met the greatest woman alive. And the fact that I get it makesme feel good, about me."

THE BLUES BROTHERS Just because it's great.

SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION I love this filmfor its story of beating one’s demons in the face of absolute adversity, whenno one believes your innocence or believes in you and tries to knock you down, youquietly chip away at thewall, and one day the sunwill shine on your face. AS GOODAS ITGETS This film is special tome. Onmywedding day I read an extract from the film, it did then and does now sumup how I feel about mywife. "I might be the only person on the face of the earth that knows you're

THEMARTIAN I’m loving this film

at themoment because of its beautiful solitude and hopeful look at working through an incredibly grimsituation. SILENT RUNNING This was the first science fiction film I ever saw, it affectedme so deeply at a young age. Havingmy eyes opened to the fact that the futuremight be a bleak onewas so new tome then.

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Nic Joly

Heroes

Mywife - need I saymore. She ismy everything.

Theo, my oldest son - His creativewriting and poetry never ceases to blowme away and fill mewith such pride. Silas, my youngest son - His outlook on life is beautiful andmore funny than I will ever be. Againmy pride is unmeasurable. ShaunStocker - Inmy Never Forgotten project I have had the honour tomeet some truly amazing people. Shaun is one of these, he stood on a landmine in Afghanistan it blewoffhis legs, fingers, and hurt his arm, shoulder and eyes. His journey to recovery is what the termHero was invented for. Michael Collins - Who ? I hear you ask. He was themanwho stayed in the command

Desert Island

- My family - My toolbox - A case of champagne - My guitar - An everlasting supply of food beginning with the letter C

modulewhilst Aldrin and Neal Arm- strongwent down and landed on the moon, he is indeed an unsung and quiet hero, theworld needmore like him.

Phrases “You can’t have a breakthrough without a breakdown” Aman I knew once said this to me, it is so true. Face any given bad situation with the faith it will result in enlightenment. “I know that I know nothing” Plato’s account of Socrates. The Socratic paradox, if you admit you know nothing your eyes open to learning.

“The road of a creative is a rocky one, but every rock is a diamond” Aman told me this when I was 18, I didn’t fully understand the meaning for many years, but now I do. “Don’t waste time, you are put here to shine. It is criminal not to.” These were some of the last words a friend said to me before he died, I strive to live by them.

“You take away my demons, and I lose my angels”

- TennesseeWilliams - Be proud of the dark in your soul, it makes youwho you are.

Artists

DonMcCullin - The beauty of his observations is breathtaking. KeithMaiden - Hewill hateme for this…His portrayal of the darkness in ourselves is so beautiful. Hieronymus Bosch - Wow…. Frank LoydWright - His work ethic is so inspiring, and his use of space and ideas is awesome. GrantWood - Just stand in front of 'American Gothic' in Chicago, and youwill knowwhat I mean….

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IN THE GALLERY Nic Joly

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IN THE GALLERY Andrew Kinsman

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I love working and re-working until I’m happy with the detail, colour and contrast of light and dark.

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IN THE GALLERY Elaine Mather

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Nature is the most beautiful thing in the world, yet we are so quick to destroy it.

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IN THE GALLERY Richard Rowan

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� LoseYourself

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I like to challenge myself with difficult work. I want to paint better than the last time; pushing the boundaries of what I can do.

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MCALPINE MILLER WHEN POP CULTURE MEETS AMODERNMASTER Stuart McAlpine Miller is renowned for his unique photorealistic works whose pop culture references hide in plain sight an acerbic comment onmodern society. His art is becoming increasingly popular – and it’s taking him Stateside for his American debut.

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t took him years to achieve the recognition he so richly deserves, but McAlpine Miller is now lauded as one of the most exciting and most collectible

Now, the gallery, under the auspices of director Philippe Hoerle-Guggenheim, is unleashing the work of the Scottish artist, a former artist in residence at The Savoy Hotel, London, on art lovers in the Big Apple. The Hoerle-Guggenheim portfolio comprises 24 original photorealistic oil paintings, all in his distinctive collage style and all of which draw upon the popular culture themes that have made his name. Inspired by today’s society, the imagination of childhood and an innate understanding of people and his surroundings, McAlpine Miller uses Disney and Hanna-Barbera cartoon characters, Marvel superheroes, commercial imagery and text, as well as representations of strong, confident women. The disparate elements within each of his paintings are depicted in subtle tones and translucent layers that overlap and fade into one another like a dreamscape that blurs reality and fantasy; it is a visual reference to the »

artists of his generation. Blending popular culture with the skills of a fine arts Master, the Castle Galleries artist has a reputation as a visionary, as a witty commentator on popular culture, and as a painter whose humour punctures accepted wisdom and challenges society’s conventions. It is these qualities – plus his superlative eye for photorealism – that have secured himhis first month-long solo exhibition in the USA at The Hoerle-GuggenheimGallery, in New York’s Chelsea district. The gallery opened its doors for the first time in the autumn of 2014 and is already known for attracting some of the most renowned contemporary artists, having already exhibited RETNA, Peter Beard, and Raphael Mazzucco.

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MCALPINE MILLER

life experiences and pivotal events that shape us. As McAlpine Miller puts it: “The layering is to allow us to remember things that have happened in the past.” In a nod to his classical background, he is inspired by the Old Masters – citing Caravaggio and Bosch as among his favourites – although it is no surprise to learn that it is the pop artist Andy Warhol who most influences his work and style. “Warhol's views onmass consumerism and the way he translated these into his art is something I really relate to, and I hope my art does something similar and stands the test of time,” says the artist. McAlpine Miller’s style really developed as he received treatment for cancer at the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead, London. “I had time to sit back and strip away everything and to think about the style I wanted to develop. What I’m doing now is a result of these experiences,” says the artist, who is married with two children. He describes each painting as a learning curve but, like all artists, does not believe he ever achieves perfection: “I try to develop new ideas and gain new inspiration as I create each painting. I always need to be happy with the end product though never entirely satisfied.”

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Now living in Suffolk, he uses the depth of his own life experiences to create exquisite pieces of art that are not just original, they are instantly recognisable. His oil canvases offer the art lover a cornucopia of detail, with layer upon translucent layer lending themselves to forensic examination. It’s his unique style that led Estelle Lovatt, one of the UK’s leading art critics and a champion of McAlpine Miller’s works, to describe him as ‘one of the best artists of our time’. “Looking at McAlpine Miller’s paintings it’s hard to believe the canvases are painted by hand, using oil paints. Multi-layered, with a translucent quality, sharply drawn, each looks like it’s been computer generated, contrasted, linked together, photographed and scanned,” she says.“McAlpine Miller has one of the most creative minds in art today, and he’s established a process that follows no Masters.” Gallery director Philippe Hoerle-Guggenheim agrees with her assessment, describing McAlpine Miller as a »

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“Warhol's views onmass consumerism and the way he translated these into his art is something I really relate to. I hope my art does something similar and stands the test of time”

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MCALPINE MILLER

1 Stuart McAlpine Miller graduated from Glasgow School of Art with a BA Honours in Drawing and Painting in 1990 2 He was shortlisted for the Provost Award at Kelvingrove Art Galleries and Museums in 1996 3 Paul McCartney commissioned him to paint his piano for the 2004 European Tour 4 He was the artist in residence at The Savoy Hotel, London, in 2012, where he completed eight paintings for permanent exhibition in the hotel’s Thames Foyer “The layering is to allow us to remember things that have happened in the past.” SPOTLIGHT

McAlpine Miller doesn’t confuse the viewer or produce work that is intentionally ambiguous. It’s obvious enough that one can decipher the message behind the art, but subtle enough that it doesn’t intrude on the experience of viewing each piece.“I think he is incredibly talented to achieve this sort of equilibrium between the social commentary, the creativity, and the skill level behind the work he creates.”

visionary. “He is unique, the paintings are explosive, loud, yet at the time very refined; a symmetry between pop-art and fine art that is rarely seen,” he says. “He brings a unique perspective to the art world. His work is complete and his style is very bold, both of which are refreshing for anyone viewing his art in the gallery.” He also acknowledges the artist’s reputation as a social commentator on

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canvas,adding: “I think it’s visionary –a brilliant way of introducing his own commentary.” By creating a painting that clearly demonstrates what the artist is trying to represent,

GALLERY McAlpineMiller’s exhibition is on showat the Hoerle-GuggenheimGallery, West 23rd Street in Chelsea, Manhattan, NewYork, between March 9 and 30, 2016

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IN THE GALLERY RonnieWood

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IN THE GALLERY John DWilson

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I approached these works with the idea of trying to make the viewer look at it twice and be amazed how it works.

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IN THE GALLERY Hamish Blakely

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There is something primal and mystical about creating the illusion of a convincing vision on a once bare stretch of canvas.

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Castle Galleries debuts artist Nigel Mason’s collection of poignant vignettes gems little

igned after applying to IN:SIGHT and being featured at the Summer Exhibition last year, Nigel Mason's beguiling paintings are small but beautifully formed observations of human behaviour. Set against a backdrop of dreamy past times, they elicit an instant emotional response, transporting the viewer into aworld of evocativememories. Born in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, Nigel grew up in Leeds and moved to Devon in the early 1980s. Now living and working in Ilfracombe, the abundant light, open spaces and infinite views S

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Editorial Feature N gel Mason

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“For me, painting is an interpretation of life and the world around me. It’s about exploring how people interact with each other and their environment and creating a picture that stirs intangible responses – the ones that can’t be measured but are fully understood by everyone.”

across the sea have never ceased to captivate him. "I've lived in Devon for a long time", he said "but I still feel like I'm on holiday. I keep thinking someone's going to say time to come back to Leeds now". Nigel's passion for art began in his early teens. Entirely self-taught, he continued learning, experimenting and honing his painting skills in parallel withworking as a set designer and sign-maker for Yorkshire TV - including creating the sign for Emmerdale’sWoolpack pub – and hand-painting bespoke kitchen furniture. But it wasn't until his 40s when a broken leg forced him to put physical work on hold that he decided to study formally for a fine art degree fromPlymouth University. The first years of the coursewere at North Devon College andwithin six weeks of starting, hewas offered a part time teaching post there. "It was an unusual situation being both student and teacher", he reflected "but I really enjoyed it and it was a very goodway to fundmy course." He gained his degree at age 50 and continued teaching for some years before becoming a full time professional artist. PERSONAL CALLIGRAPHY Nigel creates his pieces in one sitting using the alla prima technique, which entails applyingwet paint ontowet paint without waiting for each layer to dry. This produces awonderful surface fluiditywith the paint always visible, giving a natural, spontaneous feel. Working almost exclusively in oils, he deliberately uses a limited palette of five colours and three brushes. "It creates harmonywithin the piece as well as between the paintings," he explains "and by using just three brushes, the brushmarks chime with each other too." With influences including Rembrandt, Sickert, Vuillard, Degas andWhistler, he starts each piece by applying a mid tone grey acrylic to the canvas. "This was amethod used byWalter Sickert. It eliminates all thewhiteness of the canvas, allowingme to create dark and light tones

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Nigel Mason

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without them 'fighting' with the background." He builds up a series of different tonemarks, letting themnibble at shapes to create the figures. "These brushmarks aremy personal calligraphy, giving a sense of movement and an expressive quality. I also let the background define the figure and the figure define the background so that they are an integratedwhole and nothing feels superimposed." Nigel alsomakes a point of never delineating features. "By leaving facial expressions undefined, viewers can freelymake their own associations and tap into personal emotions andmemories." BIGGERONTHE INSIDE The scenes and figures in Nigel's collection draw inspiration fromhismemories of growing up in 1950s Yorkshire as well as from theMediterranean. ' Swing ' and ' HoolaHoop ', for example, evoke nostalgic times when

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Nigel Mason children played for hours in the streetsmaking up their own games, whilst ' Sulky ' perfectly captures the archetypal petulant little girl that everyone has encountered. "For me, painting is an interpretation of life and theworld aroundme. It's about exploring howpeople interact with each other and their environment and creating a picture that stirs intangible responses – the ones that can't be measured but are fully understood by everyone." Described by Nigel as narrative vignettes, the 8" square paintings tell stories that aremuch bigger than first meets the eye. Typified by ' BusyWaiter ', themore you look, themore you see. Contrasts of light and shade, action and reaction and the seen and unseen all play a part in deepening and widening the tale, as well as injecting life and movement into the piece. The contrasts of the hurryingwaiter and the relaxed customers, or the man leaning forwardwhilst thewoman leans back, turn an everyday scene into one that suggests far more profound human behaviour. There is also a hint of a lot more going on outside of the painting. Thewaiter is looking to one side and theman on the left is seemingly having a conversationwith someone, suggesting far more life thanwithin the piece itself. "This open-ended narrative lets viewers delve deeper and shape their own stories", he says. "My paintings are a bit like the Tardis. Just like human relationships and theworld around us, there is so muchmore to seewhen you look inside".

“By leaving facial expressions undefined, viewers can freely make their own associations and tap into personal emotions and memories.”

GALLERY The new collection fromNigel Mason is available now. Viewonline at castlegalleries.com

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CraigDavison

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TIMBERLYNE TRAIL Featuring a captivating small girl perched majestically on a proud bison, Craig Davison shows his artistic mastery creating compositions of light and shade around a pocket sized spear-brandishing heroine.

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‘TIMBERLINE’ - THE ANCIENT FARMING TERM FOR THAT POINT AT WHICH THE WILDERNESS AND OPEN COUNTRY CROSS OVER, TO FINALLY MEET CIVILISATION.

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BronzeSculpture Editionof75 Size9”x17½” £1,950

lthough Craig Davison’s iconic style is instantly recognisable in his new collection, Timberlyne represents a departure fromhis previous work andwas for him “a leap of faith,” in terms of characterisation and context. At the centre of

the collection is a little girl steering a bison through the wilderness, seemingly rendered vulnerable by her size. Yet, despite her small stature, she radiates strength, energy and power – a spiritual embodiment of the earth. “I don’t knowexactlywhere she came from inmy imagination, but she is a determined child and I really liked the idea of juxtaposing this tiny childwith this great big 'bison on steroids' typemammal,” laughs Davison, who says the name for the paintings and sculpture originated from the basic word ‘timberline’ - the ancient farming term for that point at which thewilderness and open country cross over, to finally meet civilisation. There are elements of the cartoonish here, and it is no coincidence that Davison began his career working as a cartoonist, designing pre-school comics, before becoming an animator and games designer where he started sculpting reference figures for 3D animation and subsequently signing to Castle Galleries. “The idea for the Timberlyne collection came about when I was walkingmy dogs in the woods” says the artist whoworks fromhis studio in the hills of Worcestershire. “I cannot explain it - it's down to the viewer to guess what the relationship between them is,

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CraigDavison

“I cannot explain it - it's down to the viewer to guess what the relationship between them is, where they're going and where they've come from."

where they're going andwhere they've come from. For me it's an illustration for a story that hasn't beenwritten” he says enigmatically, suggesting that art should always be both ‘a workout for the imagination’ as well as aesthetically beautiful, and the artist should not necessarily ‘write the narrative’ for the viewer. Inspired by the natural environment, and the lack of artificial light found in thewilderness, the Timberlyne paintings showa clever contrast of light and shadewhich draws the viewer’s eye towards the little girl, ensuring she is kept firmly in the spotlight. Building up layers of paint and adding depth and shadow in a brown/blue palette, the paintings have a fairytale-like quality to them “I always liked 'Lord of the Flies' as a child, and that sense of survival, and that we are all basically at heart just animals was what I wanted to get across” says Davison. This element is amplified in the stand-alone cast bronze cast statue, inwhich Davison increased the proportionate size of the animal, tomake the feisty little girl (who, incidentally, he says looks like his middle child!) look evenmore fearless and defiant despite her diminutive size. “I ama great believer in simple images” explains Davison. “I like to stop people in their tracks as they walk past the gallery – that’s the goal.” It’s an ambition he achieves on a regular basis!

GALLERY The new collection fromCraig Davison is available now. Viewonline at castlegalleries.com

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IN THE GALLERY Paul Kenton

� TheFastLane Boxedcanvas Editionof150

ImageSize44"x36" £695

� FastLiving

Boxedcanvas Editionof150 ImageSize48"x19" £550

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IN THE GALLERY Simon Claridge

� January1974

� July1973

Silkscreenoncanvas withdiamonddust Editionof3 ImageSize46"x60" FramedSize51"x65" £7,995 Silkscreenoncanvas withdiamonddust Editionof25 ImageSize28"x36" FramedSize33"x41" £2,995 Silkscreenonpaper withdiamonddust Editionof75 ImageSize20"x26" FramedSize29"x36" £995

SilkscreenonCanvas withdiamonddust Editionof3 ImageSize46"x60" FramedSize51"x65" £7,995 SilkscreenonCanvas withdiamonddust ImageSize28"x36" FramedSize33"x41" £2,995 Silkscreenonpaper withdiamonddust Editionof75 ImageSize20"x26" FramedSize29"x36" £995

Editionof25

The human form is such a fantastic thing; the eye never tires of seeing what it is programmed to respond to on such a guttural level.

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� August1982

Silkscreenoncanvas withdiamonddust Editionof3 ImageSize46"x60" FramedSize51"x65" £7,995 Silkscreenoncanvas withdiamonddust Editionof25 ImageSize28inx36in FramedSize33"x41" £2,995 Silkscreenonpaper withdiamonddust Editionof75 ImageSize20"x26" FramedSize29"x36" £995

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IN THE GALLERY Simon Claridge

� April1973

Silkscreenoncanvas withdiamonddust Editionof3 ImageSize46"x60" FramedSize51"x65" £7,995 Silkscreenoncanvas withdiamonddust Editionof25 ImageSize28"x36" FramedSize33"x41" £2,995 Silkscreenonpaper withdiamonddust Editionof75 ImageSize20"x26" FramedSize29"x36" £995 Silkscreenoncanvas withdiamonddust Editionof3 ImageSize46"x60" FramedSize51"x65" £7,995 Silkscreenoncanvas withdiamonddust Editionof25 ImageSize28"x36" FramedSize33"x41" £2,995 Silkscreenonpaper withdiamonddust Editionof75 ImageSize20"x26" FramedSize29"x36" £995

� November1967

Playboy, to me, represents so many firsts… It’s progressive, revolutionary… I cannot emphasise enough the reach and scope of Playboy’s influence.

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� March1975

Silkscreenoncanvas withdiamonddust Editionof3 ImageSize46"x60" FramedSize51"x65" £7,995 Silkscreenoncanvas withdiamonddust Editionof25 ImageSize28"x36" FramedSize33"x41" £2,995 Silkscreenonpaper withdiamonddust Editionof75 ImageSize20"x26" FramedSize29"x36" £995

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IN THE GALLERY Caroline Shotton

I’ve always created work that stems from personal experience, yet allows others to add their own narrative.

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� CalfVaderAndMoobacca Boxedcanvas Editionof150 ImageSize44"x271" £695

� BovineO'Clock-Selfie Boxedcanvas Editionof150 ImageSize36"x36" £695

� PartyAnimals Boxedcanvas Editionof150

ImageSize48"x24" £695

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IN THE FRAME Temper

The new flagship gallery Castle Fine Art opened in Birmingham's premier lifestyle and retail destination The Mailbox in December with a special VIP evening launching graffiti artist Temper's spectacular exhibition Popcorn. Guests enjoyed viewing never-before-seen works inspired by some of the greatest Superhero movies of all time, alongside a selection of other rare pieces. Malmaison provided award-winning food and also created a special cocktail called ‘Artistic Temper’

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IN THE GALLERY Ryder

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My work was inspired by the need to escape from the sometimes harsh realities of this world.

� CatKissesandCuddles Canvaseditionof95 ImageSize30"x22" FramedSize36"x28" £595

� Home

Canvaseditionof95 ImageSize24"x24" FramedSize30"x30" £595

� LeapingForLove

Canvaseditionof95 ImageSize24"x24" FramedSize30"x30" £595

� TopsyandTurby

Canvaseditionof95 ImageSize30"x22" FramedSize38"x28" £595

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IN THE GALLERY Jeff Rowland

I like to let the viewer make their own mind up about what is happening with the characters in the composition.

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� WeMeetAtTheSamePlace Canvaseditionof150 ImageSize24"x19" FramedSize31"x26" £495 � AtTheEndOfTheAvenue Canvaseditionof150 ImageSize19"x24" FramedSize26"x31" £495

� AutumnRomance Canvaseditionof150 ImageSize19"x24" FramedSize26"x31" £495

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Editorial Feature

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Editorial Feature

IN THE FRAME Raphael Mazzucco

Art lovers gathered in Birmingham in February for an exclusive preview of a new exhibition from one of the world's most influential photographers,

Raphael Mazzucco. Utilising painting, drawing, photography, and resin, Mazzucco

creates dynamic works of layered art that have an almost hypnotic quality. The exhibition featured original works and his four debut limited editions which are now available to view in galleries across the UK.

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IN THE GALLERY Peter Smith

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My aim has always been to make people happy. I simply take a gentle childhood, combine it with what makes me smile and paint it.

� DonutWorry,BeHappy Canvaseditionof150 ImageSize22"x22” FramedSize28"x28" £395

� YouAreFab!

Gicléeeditionof150 ImageSize10”x18” FramedSize19"x27½" £375

� SweetDreamsAreMadeOfThis Gicléeeditionof250 ImageSize16”x16” FramedSize24½"x25½" £395

� WineClub

Canvaseditionof150 ImageSize28”x19½” FramedSize34"x25½" £450

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IN THE GALLERY Paul Horton

� OneFineDay

Gicléeeditionof295 ImageSize9½"x14" FramedSize21"x26" £295

� OneFineDay Resinsculpture Editionof150 Height13½" £695

� SomeEnchantedEvening Gicléeeditionof295 ImageSize9½"x14" FramedSize21"x26" £295 � SomeEnchantedEvening Resinsculpture Editionof150 Height13½" £695

Art is my life. I feel that I am on a journey, a crusade creating new and exciting images, with diverse influences.

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Editorial Feature

Challenging, absorbing, disconcerting... whatever your response, KeithMaiden’s powerful newwork will make you stop and think.

Inspired by legendary broadcaster Paul Harvey’s ‘If I were the devil’ speech in 1965, which warned of a desolate and corrupt future for society, figurative artist KeithMaiden’s stunning new body of work is both a pictorial depiction of his responses to the

speech and an articulation of his own observations on the malevolence that pervades modern day society. The newwork was launched at a special exhibition, that featured original unseen works at the International Convention Centre in Birmingham, with Castle Galleries now releasing three striking pieces as part of their spring collection – ‘ Tanya Hyde ’, ‘ Lucy Fur ’ and ‘ Helen Back ’. With the words Fake, Sinner and Liar emblazoned

against Keith's signature delicate brushwork and subtle palette, they tell a mesmeric and dramatic story of both light and dark, beauty and corruption. Haunting and insightful, the compelling intensity of the pieces with their inexorable focus on the subject has a profound effect. Whether the eye is drawn to the figure, the text or the image as a whole, the thought-provoking work has a raw and powerful impact. Suffused with emotion and artistry, viewers are left alone to interpret, respond and reflect in their own very personal way. »

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KeithMaiden

� TanyaHyde Boxedcanvas Editionof150

ImageSize24”x32” FramedSize28”x36” £750

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KeithMaiden

� LucyFur

� HelenBack

Boxedcanvas Editionof150 ImageSize24”x32” FramedSize28”x36” £750

Boxedcanvas Editionof150 ImageSize24”x32” FramedSize28”x36” £750

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Editorial Feature

“This collection symbolises the balance of good and bad in all our lives, the fight that goes on between these two forces.”

Although Harvey’s broadcast was thought simply to be a warning against letting the devil into hearts and minds, Keith’s work is a disconcerting reminder that the world today reflects much of his bleak prophecy and is an exceptional depiction of humanity’s susceptibility to the darkest influences. “This collection symbolises the balance of good and bad in all our lives, the fight that goes on between these two forces”, says Keith. “One force must always win, but the power lies in our own hands to make a choice.” BethMcCarthy, Gallery Director for Castle Fine Art in Birmingham comments: “From the striking portrayals of the human form to the embedded text, these extraordinary works of art convey a very powerful social message. Keith’s new collection reminds us that the devil has lost none of his powers of persuasion since Harvey’s broadcast in 1965 and we are forced to face the steady decline of mankind through his work.” GALLERY The new collection fromKeithMaiden is available now. Viewonline at castlegalleries.com

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Robert Oxley IN THE GALLERY

My work appears loose and free but is in fact complex, which is what nature is all about.

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Editorial Feature

� Ranthambore Boxedcanvas Editionof150

ImageSize36"x36" £695

� Obsidian

Boxedcanvas Editionsize150 ImageSize36"x36" £695

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IN THE GALLERY

Emma Grzonkowski

My work is an evolving journey, each painting representing feelings and states of being.

� Metamorphosis

� Transcendence

� NeonSoul

Gicléeeditionof95 ImageSize13”x16” £295

Gicléeeditionof95 ImageSize13”x16” £295

Boxedcanvas Editionof50 ImageSize30”x42”

£695

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Paul Kenton North London Room with a view

Positively dripping with colour…

Robert Oxley - Nick & Jim, South London

Simon Claridge - Sacha Gornaya, Earls Court London

Add another dimension to your decor with 3-D wall sculpture Frédéric Daty - Mr & Mrs Mackinney, North London

“Art is how we decorate space; music is how we decorate time” – Stephen Simpson North London

Bringing art into your home allows you to express your personality like no other. Whether its impact is calming, seductive, bold or dramatic, it has the power to transform a living space and give pleasure for years.

Nic Joly - Mr Patton, East London Art is food of the soul

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Artful Homes

Thank you to our collectors for throwing open their doors and inviting us in for a private view

“I first saw one of Caroline’s pieces in the window of Meadowhall a couple of years ago and instantly fell in love with it, not that I'm a fan of cows but I just loved it. We then purchased our first piece in December of 2014 with three more purchases last year. Caroline herself is such a lovely lady and with her being happy to interact with the buyers of her pieces it makes the whole process even more enjoyable. She even arranged to meet us to sign one of the pieces we were purchasing close to where she lives.” – Tracy & Ian Kernaghan, Nottingham

Marvel - Rosie Craig, South London Art for kids and big kids alike!

Nic Joly - Ami Stokes, Maida Vale

Neil Dawson - Mr Patton, East London

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IN THE GALLERY Paul Corfield

The ideas and inspiration are there all of the time and it’s something I no longer need to go in search of.

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� ParadiseBay Canvaseditionof150 ImageSize42”x21” FramedSize48"x27" £750 � TheGreatOutdoors Canvaseditionof150 ImageSize40”x13” FramedSize46"x19" £550 Canvaseditionof150 ImageSize24”x24” FramedSize30"x30" £550 � TheCoastalTrail

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IN THE GALLERY Carly Ashdown

Art expresses something that cannot be shared in any other way; it allows a deeper context fromwhich to view life.

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� Shine

Boxedcanvas Editionof95 ImageSize40”x40” £895 � ReturnFromNeptune Boxedcanvas Editionof95 ImageSize40”x40” £895

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IN THE GALLERY Neil Dawson

� RegentStreetRain Canvaseditionof150 ImageSize20”x16” FramedSize 24"x20" £295

� NighttimeRain

� AfternoonShower Canvaseditionof150 ImageSize14”x14” FramedSize 18"x18" £225

Canvaseditionof150 ImageSize14”x14” FramedSize 18"x18" £225

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I am on a constant learning curve with my painting. It is an exciting and evolving process that keeps me fresh and inspired.

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