COME SEE COMME CA - INNSiDE by Melia - EXHIBITION #003 / 2021

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RACHAEL ADDIS

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BIG H

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SIAN ELIZABETH

SILENT POOL #02
SILENT POOL #02

Acrylic on Canvas 100cm x 100cm £1,500 by Rachael Addis

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RACHAEL ADDIS
RACHAEL ADDIS
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GILLI AIR
GILLI AIR

Acrylic on Canvas 100cm x 150cm £1,800 by Rachael Addis

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RACHAEL ADDIS
RACHAEL ADDIS
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ASSA MARA
ASSA MARA

Acrylic on Canvas 100cm x 159cm £1,800 by Rachael Addis

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RACHAEL ADDIS
RACHAEL ADDIS
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SILENT POOL #03
SILENT POOL #03

Acrylic on Canvas 100cm x 100cm £1,500 by Rachael Addis

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RACHAEL ADDIS
RACHAEL ADDIS
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INTENSITY OF PINK
INTENSITY OF PINK

Acrylic on Canvas 100cm x 120cm £1,600 by Rachael Addis

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BIG H
BIG H
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ELVIS
ELVIS

Acrylic on Paper on Board 112cm x 152cm £1,800 by BIG H

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BIG H
BIG H
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ANGEL - 'AMY'
ANGEL - 'AMY'

Acrylic on Paper on Board 100cm x 120cm £1,600 by BIG H

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A-LISTER - 'KATE'
A-LISTER - 'KATE'

Acrylic on Paper on Board 100cm x 120cm £1,600 by BIG H

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SIAN ELIZABETH
SIAN ELIZABETH
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MR PARROT
MR PARROT

Acrylic on Canvas 122cm x 183cm £2,200 by Sian Elizabeth

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PEACH GLACIER
PEACH GLACIER

Acrylic on Canvas 122cm x 183cm £2,200 by Sian Elizabeth

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SIAN ELIZABETH
SIAN ELIZABETH
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HAPPY ONE
HAPPY ONE

Acrylic on Canvas 122cm x 183cm £2,200 by Sian Elizabeth

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RICH OOON
RICH OOON

Acrylic on Canvas 122cm x 183cm £2,200 by Sian Elizabeth

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COME SEE COMME CA at INNSiDE by Melia, Manchester

1 FIRST STREET | MANCHESTER | M15 4RP | EX DATES: 07.10.21 - 30.11.21

 

Exhibition #003 at INNSiDE by Melia Manchester is looking mighty fine! We have brought three fantastic artists together for this latest exhibition with an emphasis on colourful painting and mark making. The exhibition is open to all daily from 10am - 10pm. Bob in, check the exhibition out, HASHTAG #commecaart into your social media posts and let us know what your favourite artwork is!

RACHAEL ADDIS

Rachael’s current paintings seek to establish a contemplative and meditative aspect both for the viewer and for herself. She uses unconventional processes to create her paintings, abandoning paintbrushes for found and recycled materials such as discarded fragments of toys. 

 

Rachael’s paintings have a deep connection to the beauty within our environment and are often reminiscent of geographic landscapes. Rachael has found she has a human connection with the act of painting and through the movement of repetition creates a visual poetry within the works, often subconsciously.

 

Following her degree in Fine art, Rachael completed the three year postgraduate programme at the Royal Academy of Arts in London. She is a re-emerging artist, following a break from painting she began to paint seriously again in 2018. 

BIG H

BIG H’s art is mainly a mixture of graffiti and pop art with popular culture often his subject matter and his art often satirising current issues in society such as celebrity culture, power and commercialism.


With his art BIG H wants to arouse the senses and stir the spirit and wants his art to visually stimulate the observer through strong images, colour, patterns and words.


BIG H enjoys the look and feel of tight and accurate geometric lines mixed with strong vibrant colours and bold patterns often surrounding a central figure from the world of popular culture.

 

Henry has recently completed his MA in Fine Art and is currently working on a series of paintings influenced by 21st century Icons. 

SIAN ELIZABETH 

Fanny Gogh is a pseudo name for the Manchester based artist Sian Elizabeth.

 

Sian was given the name by a U.K tabloid after she used ladies lingerie in her mixed media painting of a knickerbokaglory ice cream desert. Since then the name has stuck as celebrities from all over the world send the fun loving artist their 'smalls' to be part of her knickerbokerglories. The saucy pieces of art have raised thousands of pounds for various charities.

 

Whilst Fanny Gogh is close to her heart, exhibiting under her true name gives Sian a chance to explore and celebrate her life as an artist. Her large scale, strikingly beautiful abstract paintings lend themselves to her past as a textile designer and her new found love of colour.  

 

“I love to look at and study layers and light.. 

The majority of my previous work, even private commissions were drenched in black and grey tones and I found it quite painful to paint clean bright colours.

I also painted very freely and wild with flicks, splashes and fast brush strokes.

A calmer brighter approach is now a great passion.

 

As I looked more in to the close ups of my favourite precious stone ‘the opal’ it became apparent that the sequence of shapes and patterns mirrored close up microscopic views of all types of nature.

Human skin, animal skin ‘patterns’ DNA, Plants, stone, the earth, space, rocks and so on ... 

Acrylic was the obvious choice to help me create illusions of transparency and layers .

The layers became symbiotic of my emotions, personality and life.” Sian Elizabeth

PLEASE CONTACT COMME CA ART DEALERS FOR ANY ENQUIRIES. 

 

CLAIRE TURNER | claire@commecaart.com | T: +44 (0) 161 273 5495

 

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