Marc Quinn is a famous half French/half British contemporary artist, specialised in sculptures, installations and paintings representing 'what it is to be human in the world today' through subjects including the body, genetics, identity, environment and the media.
Discover Marc Quinn’s latest pieces framed by The Circular Framing Company
Takashi Murakami is one of the most famous Japanese contemporary artist. He works in fine arts media as well as commercial media and is well-known for cartoony paintings to quasi-minimalist sculptures, giant inflatable balloons to performance events to factory-produced watches, T-shirts, and other products, many emblazoned with his signature character, Mr. DOB.
Philip R Byrne is an artist and printmaker based in London.
His work focuses on the reconciliation of traditional and digital processes through subject study, photography, digital manipulation and screen printing. He particularly enjoys the CMYK process and magenta is his favourite layer. Philip has recently exhibited and sold out work at the Royal Academy Summer Show.
Chloe McCarrick is a fine art photographer and mixed-media printmaker.
From her London studio and darkroom, she creates bespoke, original and limited edition nature inspired prints and gifts.
Chloe embraces and develops innovative ways of reworking photographic images through collage and mixed-media print techniques, and by blending science, darkroom alchemy and art.
A British artist of Balinese descent, Sinta Tantra was born in New York in 1979. She studied in London at the Slade School of Fine Art and at the Royal Academy Schools .
Highly regarded for her public artworks internationally, Tantra's most notable public work includes a 300-metre long painted bridge commissioned for the 2012 Olympics, Canary Wharf, London.
In 2018, Sinta completed a painting commission for the American Embassy in Jakarta, using the 1.8m stretcher bar made by The Circular Framing Company.
“Bettina von Zwehl (born Munich, 1971) has built an international reputation for her subtle, distinctive photographic portraits. As her practice has developed, she has continued to seek out different ways of exploring the form; from her early works, most often defined by the exacting conditions she imposed on her subjects, to her most recent projects which reprise the tradition of the painted portrait miniature.”
A rising star on the London art scene, Craig has built a reputation as one to watch since winning the Secret Art Prize in 2014.
Craig creates beautiful, enigmatic cyanotypes according to an Victorian-era process, focusing on balanced compositions, textures and colours.
Artist working in woven metal.
Secret Art Prize 2017 Winner.
Runner up: Secret Art Prize 2018
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Framed by The Circular Framing Company
At the Circular Framing Company, we are specialised in making bespoke fine art frames. We are very lucky to work in London with established and rising artists, and to collaborate through social media with famous international artists and art collectors!
1 - “Cherry Blossom” by Cherie Strong
2 - “Seemed like only yesterday” by Cherie Strong
3 and 4 - Artworks by Sarah Button, selected for an exhibition at the Royal Academy of arts