Through The Lens Publishing at Surrey Contemporary Art Fair

We are exhibiting three styles of artworks at the Surrey Contemporary Art Fair on Friday, Saturday and Sunday 23-25 February:

Ken Skehan's Natural Abstract Limited Edition Photographic Prints 

Ken first had the idea to build a collection of images created from subjects in the natural world while flying in a small plane over the Great Barrier reef. Images he takes in the prevailing light conditions are abstracted to various degrees. Sometimes mother nature needs no help at all to create a perfect abstract. Other shots benefit from creative interventions to produce a pleasing image. The origin of the final image should be discernible from the title.

Visit the catalogue of images we'll be showing at the fair by clicking here.

 

 

Val Skehan's Limited Edition Paintings 

You can tell how Val has greatly expanded her range of painting styles from the picture of The Infant Thames - almost photographic in its faithful reproduction of the river near where we live in the first village on The Thames - compared to Parrot Tulips, which signals a much more free-flowing approach she has brought to many of her recent works. 

Visit the catalogue of images we'll be showing at the fair by clicking here

 



 

 

Ken + Val's Collaborative Original Hand Finished Prints.

Ken had the idea to combine their respective talents after a customer asked for a Natural Abstract to be reproduced on canvas. He realised in that format there was scope to add a further dimension to the depth of the image, by overpainting parts of the print with acrylic paint, with Val adding further artistic interpretation as well as texture.

Visit the catalogue of images we'll be showing at the fair by clicking here.