Burning Bright: Emerging Artists From Saatchi Online

Burning Bright: Emerging Artists From Saatchi Online

Burning Bright: Emerging Artists From Saatchi Online 

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Sweet dreams 4

Painting

$1,000
Prints from $140
Alex Hanna has exhibited in group and solo shows including at the Royal Society of Portrait Painters and the BP Portrait Award at the National... More
Alex Hanna has exhibited in group and solo shows including at the Royal Society of Portrait Painters and the BP Portrait Award at the National Portrait Gallery in London. His recent paintings are set within a modernist approach and concentrate on working with household objects, often referencing artists such as Chardin and Morandi.

Super Future Kid

Painting

$2,200
Born in East Germany in 1981, Super Future Kid studied at KHB – School of Art and Design, Berlin, and at Chelsea College of Art and Design,... More
Born in East Germany in 1981, Super Future Kid studied at KHB – School of Art and Design, Berlin, and at Chelsea College of Art and Design, London. Her paintings invite the viewer to enter into a playground of the future, to witness the formation of new mythologies… or at least something that seems magical. This extremely talented emerging artist has sold works to collectors all over the world, and has exhibited her work in London, Los Angeles, New York, and Berlin.

$3,900
Mexican-born, Geoff Diego Litherland is based in London and has a First Class BA degree in Fine Art Painting from Falmouth College of Arts and an MFA... More
Mexican-born, Geoff Diego Litherland is based in London and has a First Class BA degree in Fine Art Painting from Falmouth College of Arts and an MFA from Goldsmiths College, London (2012), where he won the prestigious Warden’s Purchase Prize. Recognition to date has included winning the Saatchi Art Surreal Showdown in 2012, being selected for the John Moores 25 Painting Prize at the Walker Gallery in Liverpool and winning the Nottingham Castle Open in 2008. His work draws on traditional genres of painting, with the rusty surrealism of science fiction and explores the tension between the natural world and its appropriation by man.

Garden Tapestry

Painting

$835
Sandy Dooley’s vibrant landscape paintings have been acquired by both corporate and private collections in the UK, Europe and... More
Sandy Dooley’s vibrant landscape paintings have been acquired by both corporate and private collections in the UK, Europe and US. Spontaneity is a huge part of her process; she has been known to throw paint at the canvas and to drip paint onto canvases laid out on the floor. Her works immediately transport us to the in-the-moment experience of being outside in the countryside surrounded by the colours, smells and visual richness of the natural world.

Snapper

Painting

$950
London-based Andy Swani applies a contemporary approach to his paintings of fish while at the same time recalling the conventions of the still life... More
London-based Andy Swani applies a contemporary approach to his paintings of fish while at the same time recalling the conventions of the still life genre. His depictions of sardines, herring, mackerel and pomfret invite us to engage in a dialogue about encountering our familiar world afresh through painting.

Hairy Indians

Painting

$1,500
Born in East Germany in 1981, Super Future Kid studied at KHB – School of Art and Design, Berlin, and at Chelsea College of Art and Design,... More
Born in East Germany in 1981, Super Future Kid studied at KHB – School of Art and Design, Berlin, and at Chelsea College of Art and Design, London. Her paintings invite the viewer to enter into a playground of the future, to witness the formation of new mythologies… or at least something that seems magical. This extremely talented emerging artist has sold works to collectors all over the world, and has exhibited her work in London, Los Angeles, New York, and Berlin.

Parrot Fish

Painting

$950
London-based Andy Swani applies a contemporary approach to his paintings of fish while at the same time recalling the conventions of the still life... More
London-based Andy Swani applies a contemporary approach to his paintings of fish while at the same time recalling the conventions of the still life genre. His depictions of sardines, herring, mackerel and pomfret invite us to engage in a dialogue about encountering our familiar world afresh through painting.

Bowl of Sardines

Painting

$750
Prints from $60
London-based Andy Swani applies a contemporary approach to his paintings of fish while at the same time recalling the conventions of the still life... More
London-based Andy Swani applies a contemporary approach to his paintings of fish while at the same time recalling the conventions of the still life genre. His depictions of sardines, herring, mackerel and pomfret invite us to engage in a dialogue about encountering our familiar world afresh through painting.

Headstrong #3

Painting

$900
Wayne Mok melds the spirit of the Abstract Expressionists with a taste for repetition that borders on the gleefully obsessive. Born in Hong Kong, Mok... More
Wayne Mok melds the spirit of the Abstract Expressionists with a taste for repetition that borders on the gleefully obsessive. Born in Hong Kong, Mok came to Britain at the age of 13, and this act of displacement has played a pivotal role in his work as an artist. He has post-graduate degree from the San Francisco Art Institute and is now living back in London.

Headstrong #2

Painting

$900
Prints from $40
Wayne Mok melds the spirit of the Abstract Expressionists with a taste for repetition that borders on the gleefully obsessive. Born in Hong Kong, Mok... More
Wayne Mok melds the spirit of the Abstract Expressionists with a taste for repetition that borders on the gleefully obsessive. Born in Hong Kong, Mok came to Britain at the age of 13, and this act of displacement has played a pivotal role in his work as an artist. He has post-graduate degree from the San Francisco Art Institute and is now living back in London.

Headstrong #1

Painting

$900
Wayne Mok melds the spirit of the Abstract Expressionists with a taste for repetition that borders on the gleefully obsessive. Born in Hong Kong, Mok... More
Wayne Mok melds the spirit of the Abstract Expressionists with a taste for repetition that borders on the gleefully obsessive. Born in Hong Kong, Mok came to Britain at the age of 13, and this act of displacement has played a pivotal role in his work as an artist. He has post-graduate degree from the San Francisco Art Institute and is now living back in London.

$750
Prints from $60
London-based Andy Swani applies a contemporary approach to his paintings of fish while at the same time recalling the conventions of the still life... More
London-based Andy Swani applies a contemporary approach to his paintings of fish while at the same time recalling the conventions of the still life genre. His depictions of sardines, herring, mackerel and pomfret invite us to engage in a dialogue about encountering our familiar world afresh through painting.

Francisco Ortega, who was born in Spain and lives in London, says that “contradictions, dilemmas, and conflicts” are the subject of his... More
Francisco Ortega, who was born in Spain and lives in London, says that “contradictions, dilemmas, and conflicts” are the subject of his works. He explores these themes in fragmented and partially distorted compositions which contain many abstract and layered elements. He is as much interested in the process of creating a painting, and in the expressive properties of paint, as he is in the finished object.

Almost Seen

Painting

Most of Michael Newton’s work explores various aspects of melancholia using traditional methods of oil paint on canvas and on wooden... More
Most of Michael Newton’s work explores various aspects of melancholia using traditional methods of oil paint on canvas and on wooden panels. This painting is rather more playful with a bright red space hopper peeking out from the corner of the painting and a figure doing yoga almost merging with the fabric of the curtain. Newton has an MA in Fine Art Painting (Distinction) from Bath Spa University and is currently working on a PhD. He was on the long-list for the prestigious John Moores Painting Prize in 2012, and won the The Towry Heart Of England Prize at The National Open Art Exhibition in 2010.

$9,000
Arthur Sarkissian combines painterly gestures and rich colouration with mass media images taken from newspapers and books. Through rich brushstrokes... More
Arthur Sarkissian combines painterly gestures and rich colouration with mass media images taken from newspapers and books. Through rich brushstrokes and images transferred using silkscreen techniques, he demonstrates that the ‘collage aesthetic’ remains one of 20th century art’s most significant and enduring legacies. Influenced by key pioneers in this genre such as Robert Rauschenberg and Kurt Schwitters, Sarkissian’s work is in the public collections of the Modern Art Museum of Armenia, the Cultural Fund of USSR, the Republic of Armenia Ministry of Culture, The Civilitas Foundation, and in various private collections in Armenia, USA, German, France, Holland, Russia, Switzerland and Italy. 

Gutted Salmon

Painting

$1,000
London-based Andy Swani applies a contemporary approach to his paintings of fish while at the same time recalling the conventions of the still life... More
London-based Andy Swani applies a contemporary approach to his paintings of fish while at the same time recalling the conventions of the still life genre. His depictions of sardines, herring, mackerel and pomfret invite us to engage in a dialogue about encountering our familiar world afresh through painting.

$3,900
Mexican-born, Geoff Diego Litherland is based in London and has a First Class BA degree in Fine Art Painting from Falmouth College of Arts and an MFA... More
Mexican-born, Geoff Diego Litherland is based in London and has a First Class BA degree in Fine Art Painting from Falmouth College of Arts and an MFA from Goldsmiths College, London (2012), where he won the prestigious Warden’s Purchase Prize. Recognition to date has included winning the Saatchi Art Surreal Showdown in 2012, being selected for the John Moores 25 Painting Prize at the Walker Gallery in Liverpool and winning the Nottingham Castle Open in 2008. His work draws on traditional genres of painting, with the rusty surrealism of science fiction and explores the tension between the natural world and its appropriation by man.

May

Painting

$1,800
Jane Howarth is a graduate in Fashion and Textiles from Winchester School of Art and is currently Head of Fashion and Textiles at The University for... More
Jane Howarth is a graduate in Fashion and Textiles from Winchester School of Art and is currently Head of Fashion and Textiles at The University for the Creative Arts.  Her interest in taxidermy began as a child when she was taken to a house filled with stuffed bears, cabinets of bizarre creatures and strange things in jars. Her work attempts to transform rejected animals into strangely beautiful museum pieces. As she says: “I appreciate the wonder and beauty of the natural world in both life and death."

Pomfret (SOLD)

Painting

Prints from $40
London-based Andy Swani applies a contemporary approach to his paintings of fish while at the same time recalling the conventions of the still life... More
London-based Andy Swani applies a contemporary approach to his paintings of fish while at the same time recalling the conventions of the still life genre. His depictions of sardines, herring, mackerel and pomfret invite us to engage in a dialogue about encountering our familiar world afresh through painting.

Ada

Painting

$1,800
Jane Howarth is a graduate in Fashion and Textiles from Winchester School of Art and is currently Head of Fashion and Textiles at The University for... More
Jane Howarth is a graduate in Fashion and Textiles from Winchester School of Art and is currently Head of Fashion and Textiles at The University for the Creative Arts.  Her interest in taxidermy began as a child when she was taken to a house filled with stuffed bears, cabinets of bizarre creatures and strange things in jars. Her work attempts to transform rejected animals into strangely beautiful museum pieces. As she says: “I appreciate the wonder and beauty of the natural world in both life and death."

concrete jungle

Painting

$3,500
Francisco Ortega, who was born in Spain and lives in London, says that “contradictions, dilemmas, and conflicts” are the subject of his... More
Francisco Ortega, who was born in Spain and lives in London, says that “contradictions, dilemmas, and conflicts” are the subject of his works. He explores these themes in fragmented and partially distorted compositions which contain many abstract and layered elements. He is as much interested in the process of creating a painting, and in the expressive properties of paint, as he is in the finished object.

Pillow

Painting

Prints from $140
Alex Hanna has exhibited in group and solo shows including at the Royal Society of Portrait Painters and the BP Portrait Award at the National... More
Alex Hanna has exhibited in group and solo shows including at the Royal Society of Portrait Painters and the BP Portrait Award at the National Portrait Gallery in London. His recent paintings are set within a modernist approach and concentrate on working with household objects, often referencing artists such as Chardin and Morandi.

Hanging Sardine

Painting

$950
London-based Andy Swani applies a contemporary approach to his paintings of fish while at the same time recalling the conventions of the still life... More
London-based Andy Swani applies a contemporary approach to his paintings of fish while at the same time recalling the conventions of the still life genre. His depictions of sardines, herring, mackerel and pomfret invite us to engage in a dialogue about encountering our familiar world afresh through painting.

Eye

Sculpture

Born and raised in India, Lata Upadhyaya completed her first MFA in Sculpture at MS University Baroda and was soon after awarded the prestigious... More
Born and raised in India, Lata Upadhyaya completed her first MFA in Sculpture at MS University Baroda and was soon after awarded the prestigious Inlaks Scholarship to complete her second MFA in Sculpture at the Slade School of Art, London. Her work is a reflection on her own life, charting the journey she has made from east to west through an exploration of materials, texture, colour, pattern, shape and form. Her work is in public and private collections in France, Germany, India, Italy, Romania and the UK.

Space Traveler

Painting

$2,400
Born in East Germany in 1981, Super Future Kid studied at KHB – School of Art and Design, Berlin, and at Chelsea College of Art and Design,... More
Born in East Germany in 1981, Super Future Kid studied at KHB – School of Art and Design, Berlin, and at Chelsea College of Art and Design, London. Her paintings invite the viewer to enter into a playground of the future, to witness the formation of new mythologies… or at least something that seems magical. This extremely talented emerging artist has sold works to collectors all over the world, and has exhibited her work in London, Los Angeles, New York, and Berlin.

Single Sardine

Painting

$500
London-based Andy Swani applies a contemporary approach to his paintings of fish while at the same time recalling the conventions of the still life... More
London-based Andy Swani applies a contemporary approach to his paintings of fish while at the same time recalling the conventions of the still life genre. His depictions of sardines, herring, mackerel and pomfret invite us to engage in a dialogue about encountering our familiar world afresh through painting.

$695
London-based artist Lyndsay Martin works with photography, collage, found objects and digital media to create visually rich, poignant pieces. With an... More
London-based artist Lyndsay Martin works with photography, collage, found objects and digital media to create visually rich, poignant pieces. With an MA in Communication Design from Central St Martin’s, communication plays a big part in her work: her works are often narratives about the breakdown of relationships, loss and abandonment.

Big Hunk O' Love

Painting

$600
Charlie Day has a first class Fine Art BA from Central St Martin’s in London and has exhibited in many group shows including the famous Summer... More
Charlie Day has a first class Fine Art BA from Central St Martin’s in London and has exhibited in many group shows including the famous Summer Show at the Royal Academy. As well as making abstract paintings reminiscent of the St Ives group of painters, he also makes painting of things, such as this lighthearted depiction of a budgie looking ‘pretty pleased’ with himself in the mirror. Day’s work is in public collections, including the University of the Arts and the Ministry for Foreign Affairs, and in private collections in Portugal, Spain, Italy, US and UK.

spawn_grace

Collage

A graduate of the Chelsea College of Art and Design in London, Kazuya Tsuji alters found images from fashion magazines, books and old photographs, and... More
A graduate of the Chelsea College of Art and Design in London, Kazuya Tsuji alters found images from fashion magazines, books and old photographs, and transforms what he considers familiar and mundane imagery into a unique fresh narrative.

$3,800
Prints from $50
Arthur Sarkissian combines painterly gestures and rich colouration with mass media images taken from newspapers and books. Through rich brushstrokes... More
Arthur Sarkissian combines painterly gestures and rich colouration with mass media images taken from newspapers and books. Through rich brushstrokes and images transferred using silkscreen techniques, he demonstrates that the ‘collage aesthetic’ remains one of 20th century art’s most significant and enduring legacies. Influenced by key pioneers in this genre such as Robert Rauschenberg and Kurt Schwitters, Sarkissian’s work is in the public collections of the Modern Art Museum of Armenia, the Cultural Fund of USSR, the Republic of Armenia Ministry of Culture, The Civilitas Foundation, and in various private collections in Armenia, USA, German, France, Holland, Russia, Switzerland and Italy. 

Blue Hour

Painting

Kate Knight has a BA in Fine Art Painting from Chelsea College of Art and Design in London and in 2010 was the runner-up for the Marmite Prize for... More
Kate Knight has a BA in Fine Art Painting from Chelsea College of Art and Design in London and in 2010 was the runner-up for the Marmite Prize for Painting as well as being selected for ‘Artist of the Day’ at Flowers Central on Cork Street in London’s Mayfair. She works primarily with figurative and object based imagery, exploring ideas around the aesthetics of desire, sex and death, and creating layer upon layer of paint in each work. She was chosen to exhibit her work at the Other Art Fair in London last year by a panel including gallerist Kenny Schachter, visual arts editor for Dazed & Confused, Francesca Gavin, and the eminent art historian Edward Lucie-Smith.

Spawn_flora IX

Collage

A graduate of the Chelsea College of Art and Design in London, Kazuya Tsuji alters found images from fashion magazines, books and old photographs, and... More
A graduate of the Chelsea College of Art and Design in London, Kazuya Tsuji alters found images from fashion magazines, books and old photographs, and transforms what he considers familiar and mundane imagery into a unique fresh narrative.

Seven Sardines

Painting

$500
London-based Andy Swani applies a contemporary approach to his paintings of fish while at the same time recalling the conventions of the still life... More
London-based Andy Swani applies a contemporary approach to his paintings of fish while at the same time recalling the conventions of the still life genre. His depictions of sardines, herring, mackerel and pomfret invite us to engage in a dialogue about encountering our familiar world afresh through painting.

$3,500
William Savage is a former investment banker turned figurative artist. Using photographs, found images and sketches that he makes in the interior he... More
William Savage is a former investment banker turned figurative artist. Using photographs, found images and sketches that he makes in the interior he is going to paint, Savage incorporates texture, light and colour to create works that are incredibly rich and complex. This work depicts the interior of Sipsmith's gin and vodka distillery in West London. His paintings are now in collections in the UK and overseas.

Sardine

Painting

$750
London-based Andy Swani applies a contemporary approach to his paintings of fish while at the same time recalling the conventions of the still life... More
London-based Andy Swani applies a contemporary approach to his paintings of fish while at the same time recalling the conventions of the still life genre. His depictions of sardines, herring, mackerel and pomfret invite us to engage in a dialogue about encountering our familiar world afresh through painting.

Fresh Morning

Painting

$1,500
Sandy Dooley’s vibrant landscape paintings have been acquired by both corporate and private collections in the UK, Europe and... More
Sandy Dooley’s vibrant landscape paintings have been acquired by both corporate and private collections in the UK, Europe and US. Spontaneity is a huge part of her process; she has been known to throw paint at the canvas and to drip paint onto canvases laid out on the floor. Her works immediately transport us to the in-the-moment experience of being outside in the countryside surrounded by the colours, smells and visual richness of the natural world.

$2,340
Prints from $40
Chantal Powell has exhibited extensively, including at the Venice Biennale. She uses materials in new and deliberate combinations to create subtle yet... More
Chantal Powell has exhibited extensively, including at the Venice Biennale. She uses materials in new and deliberate combinations to create subtle yet beguiling objects. This piece is from her ongoing project ‘The Fall of the Majestic’ which addresses notions of beauty, nature and death.

Prints from $120
One of Zohar Flax’s favourite subjects is interiors and the small details which suggest a world of glamour and luxury - she has made a beautiful... More
One of Zohar Flax’s favourite subjects is interiors and the small details which suggest a world of glamour and luxury - she has made a beautiful series of paintings of chandeliers. After a career in Marine Biochemistry which took her all over the world, she is now settled in London and following a new path as an artist.

Pig Tower

Sculpture

With an MA in sculpture from the Royal College of Art in London, Anna Flemming accumulates and appropriates kitsch decorative objects with a... More
With an MA in sculpture from the Royal College of Art in London, Anna Flemming accumulates and appropriates kitsch decorative objects with a self-imposed logic. She creates nostalgic sculptures and introduces these to the present, where they take on a new, contemporary form.

Mackerel

Painting

$950
London-based Andy Swani applies a contemporary approach to his paintings of fish while at the same time recalling the conventions of the still life... More
London-based Andy Swani applies a contemporary approach to his paintings of fish while at the same time recalling the conventions of the still life genre. His depictions of sardines, herring, mackerel and pomfret invite us to engage in a dialogue about encountering our familiar world afresh through painting.

$4,675
Prints from $40
Brian Dennis specializes in painting people surrounded by their particular worlds: the lighting designer with his collection of Victorian lighting... More
Brian Dennis specializes in painting people surrounded by their particular worlds: the lighting designer with his collection of Victorian lighting instruments, the art collector with his favourite pieces, the novelist with her pen and the desk her carpenter friend gave her, and in this case, the actress and model Charlotte Weston at the Marylebone studio of fashion label Weardowney. Thie painting was included in the Royal Society of Oil Painters 123rd Annual Exhibition at the Mall Galleries.

Alice

Painting

$1,800
Jane Howarth is a graduate in Fashion and Textiles from Winchester School of Art and is currently Head of Fashion and Textiles at The University for... More
Jane Howarth is a graduate in Fashion and Textiles from Winchester School of Art and is currently Head of Fashion and Textiles at The University for the Creative Arts.  Her interest in taxidermy began as a child when she was taken to a house filled with stuffed bears, cabinets of bizarre creatures and strange things in jars. Her work attempts to transform rejected animals into strangely beautiful museum pieces. As she says: “I appreciate the wonder and beauty of the natural world in both life and death."

$2,500
Prints from $110
In this painting Archie Wardlaw evokes the British tradition of pheasant shooting as well as tapping into a longstanding artistic genre of realistic... More
In this painting Archie Wardlaw evokes the British tradition of pheasant shooting as well as tapping into a longstanding artistic genre of realistic nature painting. Wardlaw's depiction, entitled Trompe L'Oeil Pheasant, is painted with such delicacy that it seems to capture every nuance of texture and colour in the bird, its beauty still startlingly alive and vivid.

$1,500
Born in East Germany in 1981, Super Future Kid studied at KHB – School of Art and Design, Berlin, and at Chelsea College of Art and Design,... More
Born in East Germany in 1981, Super Future Kid studied at KHB – School of Art and Design, Berlin, and at Chelsea College of Art and Design, London. Her paintings invite the viewer to enter into a playground of the future, to witness the formation of new mythologies… or at least something that seems magical. This extremely talented emerging artist has sold works to collectors all over the world, and has exhibited her work in London, Los Angeles, New York, and Berlin.

Born and raised in India, Lata Upadhyaya completed her first MFA in Sculpture at MS University Baroda and was soon after awarded the prestigious... More
Born and raised in India, Lata Upadhyaya completed her first MFA in Sculpture at MS University Baroda and was soon after awarded the prestigious Inlaks Scholarship to complete her second MFA in Sculpture at the Slade School of Art, London. Her work is a reflection on her own life, charting the journey she has made from east to west through an exploration of materials, texture, colour, pattern, shape and form. Her work is in public and private collections in France, Germany, India, Italy, Romania and the UK.

Salmon Heads

Painting

$500
Prints from $99
London-based Andy Swani applies a contemporary approach to his paintings of fish while at the same time recalling the conventions of the still life... More
London-based Andy Swani applies a contemporary approach to his paintings of fish while at the same time recalling the conventions of the still life genre. His depictions of sardines, herring, mackerel and pomfret invite us to engage in a dialogue about encountering our familiar world afresh through painting.

float series 1

Painting

$2,000
Prints from $91
Anna Davanzo studied at Central Saint Martin’s and the Royal Academy in London. She favours abstraction and minimalism, and builds up her... More
Anna Davanzo studied at Central Saint Martin’s and the Royal Academy in London. She favours abstraction and minimalism, and builds up her paintings using multiple layers, often resulting in conscious and unconscious shapes converging on the canvas.

Knife Fish

Painting

$500
London-based Andy Swani applies a contemporary approach to his paintings of fish while at the same time recalling the conventions of the still life... More
London-based Andy Swani applies a contemporary approach to his paintings of fish while at the same time recalling the conventions of the still life genre. His depictions of sardines, herring, mackerel and pomfret invite us to engage in a dialogue about encountering our familiar world afresh through painting.

Spawn_flora VI

Collage

A graduate of the Chelsea College of Art and Design in London, Kazuya Tsuji alters found images from fashion magazines, books and old photographs, and... More
A graduate of the Chelsea College of Art and Design in London, Kazuya Tsuji alters found images from fashion magazines, books and old photographs, and transforms what he considers familiar and mundane imagery into a unique fresh narrative.

Summer Carnival

Painting

$686
Sandy Dooley’s vibrant landscape paintings have been acquired by both corporate and private collections in the UK, Europe and... More
Sandy Dooley’s vibrant landscape paintings have been acquired by both corporate and private collections in the UK, Europe and US. Spontaneity is a huge part of her process; she has been known to throw paint at the canvas and to drip paint onto canvases laid out on the floor. Her works immediately transport us to the in-the-moment experience of being outside in the countryside surrounded by the colours, smells and visual richness of the natural world.

$1,800
Brian Dennis specializes in painting people surrounded by their particular worlds: the lighting designer with his collection of Victorian lighting... More
Brian Dennis specializes in painting people surrounded by their particular worlds: the lighting designer with his collection of Victorian lighting instruments, the art collector with his favourite pieces, the novelist with her pen and the desk her carpenter friend gave her, and in this case, the actress and model Charlotte Weston at the Marylebone studio of fashion label Weardowney. Thie painting was included in the Royal Society of Oil Painters 123rd Annual Exhibition at the Mall Galleries.

Prints from $70
Brian Dennis specializes in painting people surrounded by their particular worlds: the lighting designer with his collection of Victorian lighting... More
Brian Dennis specializes in painting people surrounded by their particular worlds: the lighting designer with his collection of Victorian lighting instruments, the art collector with his favourite pieces, the novelist with her pen and the desk her carpenter friend gave her, and in this case, the actress and model Charlotte Weston at the Marylebone studio of fashion label Weardowney. Thie painting was included in the Royal Society of Oil Painters 123rd Annual Exhibition at the Mall Galleries.

Charlie Day has a first class Fine Art BA from Central St Martin’s in London and has exhibited in many group shows including the famous Summer... More
Charlie Day has a first class Fine Art BA from Central St Martin’s in London and has exhibited in many group shows including the famous Summer Show at the Royal Academy. As well as making abstract paintings reminiscent of the St Ives group of painters, he also makes painting of things, such as this lighthearted depiction of a budgie looking ‘pretty pleased’ with himself in the mirror. Day’s work is in public collections, including the University of the Arts and the Ministry for Foreign Affairs, and in private collections in Portugal, Spain, Italy, US and UK.

$3,500
Born in East Germany in 1981, Super Future Kid studied at KHB – School of Art and Design, Berlin, and at Chelsea College of Art and Design,... More
Born in East Germany in 1981, Super Future Kid studied at KHB – School of Art and Design, Berlin, and at Chelsea College of Art and Design, London. Her paintings invite the viewer to enter into a playground of the future, to witness the formation of new mythologies… or at least something that seems magical. This extremely talented emerging artist has sold works to collectors all over the world, and has exhibited her work in London, Los Angeles, New York, and Berlin.

$3,100
Mexican-born, Geoff Diego Litherland is based in London and has a First Class BA degree in Fine Art Painting from Falmouth College of Arts and an MFA... More
Mexican-born, Geoff Diego Litherland is based in London and has a First Class BA degree in Fine Art Painting from Falmouth College of Arts and an MFA from Goldsmiths College, London (2012), where he won the prestigious Warden’s Purchase Prize. Recognition to date has included winning the Saatchi Art Surreal Showdown in 2012, being selected for the John Moores 25 Painting Prize at the Walker Gallery in Liverpool and winning the Nottingham Castle Open in 2008. His work draws on traditional genres of painting, with the rusty surrealism of science fiction and explores the tension between the natural world and its appropriation by man.

$3,500
William Savage is a former investment banker turned figurative artist. Using photographs, found images and sketches that he makes in the interior he... More
William Savage is a former investment banker turned figurative artist. Using photographs, found images and sketches that he makes in the interior he is going to paint, Savage incorporates texture, light and colour to create works that are incredibly rich and complex. This work depicts the interior of Sipsmith's gin and vodka distillery in West London. His paintings are now in collections in the UK and overseas.

$1,895
Hormazd Narielwalla is a collagist living in London and working with bespoke Savile Row tailoring patterns. Like an alchemist, he turns these patterns... More
Hormazd Narielwalla is a collagist living in London and working with bespoke Savile Row tailoring patterns. Like an alchemist, he turns these patterns into beautiful works in their own right, where they become abstract shapes for the human form. Influenced by cubism, he plays with the relationship between shape and color, and how they intersect. His work is in numerous collections, including the Courtauld Institute and the British Library. He won the only International Rector’s Scholarship from the University of Arts London at London College of Fashion. Narielwalla has exhibited in London, Melbourne, Stockholm, Athens, and New York.  

About Burning Bright: Emerging Artists From Saatchi Online

On 20 February Saatchi Online opened an exhibition at Hyatt Regency London - The Churchill, part of the hotel's continuing association with the international art world. Burning Bright gives hotel guests a unique opportunity to interact with contemporary art outside the normal art environment of a gallery or museum. It also gives artists a special opportunity to have their works viewed by hundreds of hotel visitors each day.