Singing Soul Gallery featured Artists


About Mark Smith

All my work draws inspiration from the sea, and each piece has its own story to tell. When I produce a piece it becomes a narrative, the tale of a journey. Objects discovered on the shoreline find themselves becoming part of the story...I use a variety of decoration techniques as my ideas continue to flow and move on to create different avenues and new approaches. Ships, boats, and wrecks are the main fabric of the work, made from clay that has the textures of metal and wood objects salvaged, press moulded, and patched together to produce a variety of forms that look as though they have sailed the Seven Seas. Please contact the gallery for available work by this artist


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Current Artists

Simon Griffiths courtesy of Singing Soul Gallery
Simon Griffiths

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Brenda Harthill Prints courtesy of Singing Soul Gallery
Brenda Harthill Prints

Born in London, England, Brenda Hartill emigrated to New Zealand with her parents in the late 1950’s, and was educated there, graduating FA honours at the Elam School of Fine Art Auckland. She returned to London in the late 1960’s to study at the Central School of Art and Design, specialising in Theatrical Design. She then worked as a freelance designer in UK theatre, including the West End, and the National Theatre. In the early eighties, she turned towards printmaking and has successfully published her own prints since. She is a member of the Royal Society of Painter Printmakers, the Rye Society of Artists, and Pure Arts Group. Please contact the gallery for available work by this artist

Nicola Gladwin courtesy of Singing Soul Gallery
Nicola Gladwin

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Handbuilding Animals & People in clay
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