- Trying to find the perfect gift for the special couple on their wedding day can give even the most seasoned shopper a headache. We’ve come up with some ideas for art prints wedding gifts that are thoughtful, considered and perfect for commemorating the new couple’s special day.
Chloe Cheese is an artist of great critical acclaim and internationally recognised. Her work sits in public collections including the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Her handmade aesthetic is full of charm and intimacy, converting the seemingly ordinary into extraordinary and unique visual feasts.
Kate Heiss studied at the Royal College of Art graduating with an MA in Textile Design in 1997. She then worked as a Textile Designer across a wide range of fashion brands including Fenchurch, Miss Selfridge and the Japanese fashion Designer Michiko Koshino.
For the first of our Artist Spotlights were exploring the vibrant works of James Bywood, a screen print maker inspired by the rugged British landscape. James is a keen rambler and hillwalker and captures hidden gems he discovers along the way. He has captured scenes from the Peak District, The Lake District and other great walking areas in the UK. His bright and bold style is the perfect way to brighten any wall.
Jessica Hogarth is an artist living and working in picturesque Whitby, North Yorkshire. She was born and raised close by – in Robin Hood’s Bay. This is a charming fishing village famous for its smuggler past. Now she specialises in surface pattern design and illustration.
Born in Bradford and now based in North Yorkshire, Richard O’Neill is a digital artist specialising in hand drawn, contemporary landscapes.He is inspired by classic twentieth century travel art and the beautiful scenery of his home county of Yorkshire and beyond.
“I have always been inspired by the travel posters of the 1930’s and the strong propaganda posters from both the World Wars. It is this influence that has helped me capture landmarks, seascapes and landscapes from near and far to create my portfolio. My niche has been in keeping my subject matters either local or a memory of an experience.”