Ceal Warnants' artwork explores the dark side of British culture focusing particularly on ideas of youth and innocence. Creating subversive images of childhood that question nostalgic, saccharine depictions of growing up, Ceal’s work is both darkly comic and disturbingly truthful.
Ceal Warnants has been exhibited consistently since graduation and her work is held in collections including the Chapman Brothers' Family Archive, Hoxton Hotel collection and Royal College of Art Archive.
The current works available are hand printed and hand coloured on vintage papers, thereby making each print distinct.
Fei Alexeli is a digital artist, born and raised in Serres, Greece. While studying architecture in Oxford, she found her passion for visual art and uses photography, photo-montage and digital collage to create surreal environments and situations. Her practice involves a combination of different and mixed media. Fei uses photography, photo-montage and digital collage, Fei is interested in mixing real elements to create surreal environments and situations.
Speaking of her process, Fei has said "I’m interested in creating utopian microcosms and parallel universes. I like to bring a touch of surrealismin everyday life and create a dialogue between fiction and reality, to make collages that manufacturetheir own reality. It can be considered as an escape from our own reality."
Our recent exclusive online show 'Pop Art Femmes' continues until 21 December.
Presented in collaboration with Artsy - you can view the work
The concept of the exhibition is to represent the work of 10 contemporary female artists whose work represents a view on the more joyful aspects of being female in our current times. There is no doubt there is much to discuss on the agenda of female equality - but meanwhile we are also enjoying our lives and creating collectible art!
Artists exhibiting in the show are :
Anna Marrow, Cathy Lomax, Ceal Warnants, Christabel Blackburn, Delphine Lebourgeois, Jane Fredericks, Marcelina Amelia, Michelle Thompson, Oh de Collage & Vesna Vrdoljak
Keep an eye on our instagram account @gasgallery where we will be adding updates and information on the artists over the coming weeks.
Each print is a multiple layered limited edition of only 5 of each print (plus 2 Artists Proofs) , in 4 studio hand mixed colours making this a valued investment and collectable piece.
Each silkscreen print is hand pulled and printed in individual layers and colours making every piece unique.
Slight variances are to be expected within an edition with subtle texture from the silkscreen and ink which is inherent and embraced within the studio practice contrary to the texture of digital printing.
Shop Kate Banazi's Limited edition screenprints here