Meet The Artists
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Jacob Gadd 1961
The Danish painter born in Copenhagen works with oil and acrylics on canvas and water colour on paper. Jacob is also a founding member of the Danish art movement called Humourism. Jacobs paintings are quite original in style, 'They are meant to make you feel good, give you a smile or a laugh and from time to time a little bit of reflection.' “Walther” is very popular as Jacob not only gives his audience colour that pulls us in but a story and a very likeable character...
Duro Cia Top 1958
Adi Holzer 1936 Austria
Austrian visual artist, illustrator and painter Adi's work is inspired from his childhood marked by the events of the war and the postwar period. He works alternately in his studios in Værløse, Denmark and Winklern, Austria .
Joakim Allgulander 1965
Swedish born and London based artist Joakim is chracterised by a conceptual base, combined with the skill of craft, and a love of the process of making. Stay in tune for more as we Salt Away in Allgulander...
Richard Ryan 1974
London born and Scandinavian based, artist Richard Ryan began as a photographer in Stockholm, Sweden and with a passion for mixed-use prints, he quickly developed a way to integrate both photography and art to combine the best of both worlds. On Exhibition at Classic Prints, Chelsea.
Lis Bjergsted 1929
Nata Watts 1966
With the diploma of fine art teaching from Russia in her back pocket Nata Watts is now Copenhagen based. Nata's vast experience makes her experiment in structural mediums using acryllics and/or oil on canvas in typically 100x100cm sizes. Stay connected as there's more to share from Nata's portfolio.
Marcel Mouly 1918-2008
Anni Grøndahl 1940
Lis Zwick 1942