If you want to go quickly, go alone. If you want to go far, go with others.

As an artist I fully understand the importance of making friends in the industry and helping others and this list of artists have helped me in many ways and it’s an honour to help promote the artworks they create and the artists themselves.

I have personally worked with these artists on many occasions and we continue to help push our careers to the next level.

Adi Vesely-shore 

AVS is a talented classically trained multi disciplined artist and craftsman.

His Artwork represent a cathartic spiritual cleansing of the 'stuff' he absorbs and let's go. His work discusses how we are affected by and affect the world we create.

His recent body of work revolves heavily around the use of Carbon in the form of charcoal which he both produces and uses as an artistic medium to great effect



Douglass Karson 

Douglas Karson is an American-born artist living and working in Bristol. Self-taught, his practice incorporates storytelling, poetry and ink on paper with a particular focus on painting. Bold colour, geometry and a sensitivity to line and balance characterise his paintings, which are informed by personal and spiritual philosophies. His ongoing series THE RULES uses elements from Greco-Roman and Chinese mythology, Yogic theory and Hindi philosophy to formulate a process of painting-as-manifesto, or manifesto-as-painting. A rigid formal framework and methodology engenders dozens of potential outcomes, each a cross-cultural message suffused with subtle politics.



Michelle Baharier 

Michelle Baharier is a critically acclaimed multidisciplinary participatory visual artist. She lives and works in South London and exhibits internationally across the UK, Europe, USA and the Middle East. Artistic Director/Founder and CEO of the charity CoolTan Arts, run by and for disabled people, Michelle has also won the coveted Julian Sullivan Award.


Ally Zlatar

Exploring curating and art-making as a methodology that suggests the human condition is more complex than it is currently understood. Zlatar examines, instigates and provokes notions of the individual experience through focusing on the themes of illness, vulnerability, and authenticity of one’s lived-in experience. She utilizes an auto-ethnographic approach to her contemporary figurative painting. Zlatar explores her personal narratives and life experiences to guide her exploration of self-identity and self-perception in our modern discourse.


Jonny Waywell

We all tell ourselves little lies when it suits us.
But it’s a tool,
A tool we use to keep ourselves comfortable,
And a tool we use to make us feel better,
At best these are short term results.
Just as it is in the garden, if we ignore the little issues they become big issues.
A little pruning here and there,
a little dead heading as you go,
Pluck out the weeds as they get too big and the overall effect improves.