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New art from Dubai-based Rebecca Rendell

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By Rebecca Rendell in New Art on Tuesday 19 June 2012

Originally from Wales, I am a mixed media visual artist based in Dubai. With a background of fine art and textiles, my interest for pattern and methodical process leads the viewer to reconsider the found materials that I choose. I prefer to work with reclaimed objects. This results in environmentally responsive work. Since living in the desert, I have produced intricate artwork consisting of rubber, teeth, glass and found miniatures.

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Mixed-media art by Amarty Golding

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By Rebecca Rendell in New Art on Tuesday 19 June 2012

A truly talented draftsman and all round sunshine character, Amartey Golding draws observations from life with energy and a sense of humour. His raw figurative portraits encompass an impulsive approach in charcoal and mixed media, with fearless mark-making, he invites us to become intimate with his bold and uncanny characters. Golding is based in London and is represented by Showcase Gallery in Dubai.

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New illustrations by Kate Forresters

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By Rebecca Rendell in New Illustration on Monday 18 June 2012

Kate Forresters sensitivity to detail in her design and concepts bare no comparison, in my opinion. Internationally renowned for her graphic illustrations, she has a wide spectrum of clients, including Barnes and Noble, John Lewis, Harvey Nichols and Random House. Originally from the UK, Forresters is now based in Abu Dhabi.

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UBIK’s artwork deals with the relative ideology of chaos

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By Rebecca Rendell in New Art on Saturday 16 June 2012

Vivek Blech, aka UBIK, is an Indian artist living and working in Dubai. UBIK is heavily influenced by film, beatnik and gonzo literature, music, street art, anarchism and existentialist thought. The core of UBIK’s work deals with the relative ideology of chaos. It renders the absurdity of the world order and comments on the machinated playgrounds of human cliches, in a sarcastic and realistic way.

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Mixed media artwork by James Clar

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By Rebecca Rendell in New Art on Saturday 16 June 2012

James Clar creates work that is a fusion of technology, popular culture, and visual information. His work explores the limitations of various communication mediums and its effect on the individual and society. Clar is my absolute favourite media artist, particularly for his attention to precision, and his experimental approach, which allows his concepts and executions to continuously stretch the boundaries of his studio practice.

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Beautiful, ornate fashion design by Felicity Brown

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By Rebecca Rendell in New Fashion on Saturday 16 June 2012

Felicity Brown is a fashion designer, living and working in London. After graduation from the RCA, Brown worked for Alberta Ferretti, Loewe, Mulberry and Lanvin, until launching her label and producing a debut hand-printed silk and tulle collection which dazzled the critics. Brown continues to produce biannual collections and bespoke creations.

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Ink, thread and digital rendering art by Monique Jivram

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By Rebecca Rendell in New Art on Saturday 16 June 2012

London based, Colombian-British artist, Monique Jivram, creates unique illustrations by combining ink, thread and digital rendering. Jivram has a background in fine art and textiles. Since graduating, she has exhibited across the UK with multiple exhibitions, bespoke projects, and publication appearances. She employs a labour intensive process to create her vibrant yet detailed illustrations and takes inspiration from her overhead conversations, ancestry, and memories.

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