Each of the artists featured in our Commissions pages have experience creating artworks and installations to any scale from a multitude of media.  For smaller-scale commissions, to suit your available space and preferred dimensions, browse the individual artists pages: Allan ForsytheAllan StorerClare WilsonDan NathanEleonore PironneauGordon DavidsonKatya de grunwaldKen DenningPatrick JacksonRoberta Verteramo and Shirin Houston.

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Synthesis Bench

Tom Price Contact Studio

Counterpart was commissioned as a functional work of art by the Duke of Devonshire. It was requested that the sculpture should respond in some way to the history of the Devonshire family and Chatsworth House. It comprises two contrasting blocks: one dark and light-absorbing; the other translucent and crystalline. The dark block is made from coal and references the 18th Century coal tunnel mines owned by the Devonshire family. The glowing transparent block, made from resin, evokes the extensive mineral collection begun by Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire in the 18th Century.

The installation is also a study of the material relationship between artworks on display throughout the house and the plinths upon which they sit. Throughout the house a fascinating interplay between nature and artifice is evident everywhere from a beautifully veined stone lintel to an intricately carved wooden frame bordering a trompe l’oeils depiction of nature. Each is magnificent in its own right. At times the natural splendour of a marble plinth will completely eclipse the sculpture it was built to support, bringing into question the true value of materials compared to what is made from them. Counterpart celebrates this blurring of nature, craft and art through the mix of natural and synthetic materials, and production process that are as much laboriously hand crafted as they are influenced by chance.

Standard size 45 x 220 x 35cm made to order with a 12 weeks lead time.
Artwork can be made to bespoke dimensions
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Tom Price - Counterpart II

Counterpart II

Tom Price Contact Studio

Counterpart began as a special commission for the Duke of Devonshire and Chatsworth House. It comprises two contrasting blocks: one dark and light-absorbing; the other translucent and crystalline. The dark block is made from coal and references the 18th Century coal tunnel mines at Chatsworth. The glowing transparent block, made from resin, evokes the extensive mineral collection begun by Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire in the 18th Century.

The installation is also a study of the material relationship between artworks on display throughout the house and the plinths upon which they sit. At times the natural splendour of a marble plinth completely eclipses the sculpture it was built to support, challenging the perceived hierarchies between art, nature and function. The blocks serve as both sculpture and bench – switching between protagonist and supporting roles depending on whether they are sat on or viewed remotely. Often they hover somewhere in the grey area between our perceptions.

For Counterpart II, the blocks have been spliced together, creating a more intimate, yet jarring juxtaposition. The unification of the two materials into a singular linear element hints at the transformative power of carbon in its sliding scale of purity and molecular structure – from coal and graphite at one end, to diamond at the other.

Standard size 45 x 35 x 220cm made to order with a 6-12 week lead time.
Artwork can be made to bespoke dimensions
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Tom Price - Synthesis A

Synthesis A

Tom Price Contact Studio

Polished blocks of resin – some encapsulating tar – sit on an illuminated shelf in a configuration reminiscent of a bookshelf. The light from the shelf reveals colours and shapes within the resin, emphasising distinct characteristics between each block. The clarity of the resin enables the viewer to explore the internal narratives of each ‘book’ without needing to be removed from the shelf.

Synthesis A is part of a body of work collectively named ‘Synthesis’. Synthesis is the study of a dialogue between two contrasting materials – resin and tar – and their negotiation for space and identity when forced through chemical manipulation to become a single unified entity.

Standard size 40 x 40 x 200.5cm made to order with a 4-8 week lead time.
Artwork can be made to bespoke dimensions
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Tom Price - Bronze Tree Grilles

Bronze Tree Grilles

Tom Price Contact Studio

Patinated black on the underside and polished to a mirror finish on the top, these two part bronze tree grilles can be made to any size or scaled up to form gates, wall panels or screens.

Artwork can be made to bespoke dimensions with a 4-8 week lead time.
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Stripes Porcelain

Rose Long Contact Studio

Rose Long’s ‘Stripes’ series of paintings derives from a need to expose oil paints for the viscous, sensual, seamless, oozy, malleable and yet forgiving medium that it is.

In this series she examines tonal combinations or color together with the texture, form, edge, shadow and layering of paint on canvas to emphasise the convening of the boundaries of paint, air and canvas.

As an architect Rose is used to working with different drawing tools to create structure in space. Similarly with these paintings, the use of tools is paramount – tape; straight edge; set square; palette knife; brushes, scribes and plumbs are all used to apply paint with differing results.

Standard size 150 x 50cm made to order with a 12-16 week lead time.
Artwork can be made to bespoke dimensions
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Stripes Spectrum II

Rose Long Contact Studio

Rose Long’s ‘Stripes’ series of paintings derives from a need to expose oil paints for the viscous, sensual, seamless, oozy, malleable and yet forgiving medium that it is.

In this series she examines tonal combinations or color together with the texture, form, edge, shadow and layering of paint on canvas to emphasise the convening of the boundaries of paint, air and canvas.

As an architect Rose is used to working with different drawing tools to create structure in space. Similarly with these paintings, the use of tools is paramount – tape; straight edge; set square; palette knife; brushes, scribes and plumbs are all used to apply paint with differing results.

Standard size 100 x 60cm made to order with a 12-16 week lead time.
Artwork can be made to bespoke dimensions
For all commission enquiries please contact us at the studio

Stripes White Triptych

Rose Long Contact Studio

3 panels of 120 x 70cm each

Rose Long’s ‘Stripes’ series of paintings derives from a need to expose oil paints for the viscous, sensual, seamless, oozy, malleable and yet forgiving medium that it is.

In this series she examines tonal combinations or color together with the texture, form, edge, shadow and layering of paint on canvas to emphasise the convening of the boundaries of paint, air and canvas.

As an architect Rose is used to working with different drawing tools to create structure in space. Similarly with these paintings, the use of tools is paramount – tape; straight edge; set square; palette knife; brushes, scribes and plumbs are all used to apply paint with differing results.

Standard size 120 x 70cm made to order with a 12-16 week lead time.
Artwork can be made to bespoke dimensions
For all commission enquiries please contact us at the studio

Stripes Grey and Copper Leaf

Rose Long Contact Studio

Rose Long’s ‘Stripes’ series of paintings derives from a need to expose oil paints for the viscous, sensual, seamless, oozy, malleable and yet forgiving medium that it is.

In this series she examines tonal combinations or color together with the texture, form, edge, shadow and layering of paint on canvas to emphasise the convening of the boundaries of paint, air and canvas.

As an architect Rose is used to working with different drawing tools to create structure in space. Similarly with these paintings, the use of tools is paramount – tape; straight edge; set square; palette knife; brushes, scribes and plumbs are all used to apply paint with differing results.

Standard size 70 x 100cm made to order with a 12-16 week lead time.
Artwork can be made to bespoke dimensions
For all commission enquiries please contact us at the studio

Gilded Three Dimensional Wall Art

Claire Burke Contact Studio

Claire’s current work is the culmination of 20 years dedication to making beautiful abstract statements. Meditative, tranquil compositions playing with the picture plane with the suggestion of a horizon and landscape. Two textured surfaces juxtaposed, the subtle differences between them emphasised by their apparent simplicity, the work revealing itself to be deceptively detailed upon more prolonged examination. The work is fashioned from Gold and Silver Leaf. The timeless nature of the precious metals and the fascination they hold, adding to the works allure.

The work is genuine silver leaf, distressed with varnish, wax, and other mixed media, with a resin coating.

More common sizes range from 160cm in length to 120cm, 20cm to 10 cm wide and 10cm to 4.5cm deep. If project requires alternative sizes this is easily accommodated in consultation with the supplier to ensure maximum integrity in the objects.

Inside the Cake – Edible Installation – Guanzhou, China

Tom Wolfe Contact Studio

Wolfe was commissioned by Four Seasons Hotel Group to headline ‘The Taste of Artistry’ Food festival tour throughout China. Tom finished each event with his most popular edible installation ‘Inside the Cake’ originally showcased at Frieze Art Fair in London.

His “Inside the Cake” installation incorporates performance with experiential taste, inviting guests inside the installation to have a taste and trigger their positive scent memories.

Synthesis L3

Tom Price Contact Studio

Synthesis is the study of a dialogue between two contrasting materials – resin and tar – and their negotiation for space and identity when forced to become a single unified entity.

What appear to be petal-like inclusions are actually cracks and fissures created through a careful manipulation of the catalysing process of the resin. They cluster around and interact with amorphous invasive bodies of tar, which loom – apparently suspended in space. The tar initially appears densely black, almost light-absorbent, but upon closer inspection, a network of fine green vapour trails can be seen drifting from a surface partially melted by the exothermic reaction of the curing resin. As the tar heats it expands searching for pathways within the resin and rushes to claim opening cavities, creating wafer thin golden slivers of coral-like protuberances.

The effects of the synthesis of these two disparate elements – one black and dense; the other clear and liquid – results in a riot of colour and explosive formations that engage on both a macro and micro level.

Standard size 85 x 117.5 x 40cm made to order with a 4-8 week lead time.
Artwork can be made to bespoke dimensions
For all commission enquiries please contact us at the studio

Please contact us for any URGENT requirements.

 

Synthesis L1

Tom Price Contact Studio

Synthesis is the study of a dialogue between two contrasting materials – resin and tar – and their negotiation for space and identity when forced to become a single unified entity.

What appear to be petal-like inclusions are actually cracks and fissures created through a careful manipulation of the catalysing process of the resin. They cluster around and interact with amorphous invasive bodies of tar, which loom – apparently suspended in space. The tar initially appears densely black, almost light-absorbent, but upon closer inspection, a network of fine green vapour trails can be seen drifting from a surface partially melted by the exothermic reaction of the curing resin. As the tar heats it expands searching for pathways within the resin and rushes to claim opening cavities, creating wafer thin golden slivers of coral-like protuberances.

The effects of the synthesis of these two disparate elements – one black and dense; the other clear and liquid – results in a riot of colour and explosive formations that engage on both a macro and micro level.

Standard size 85 x 117.5 x 40cm made to order with a 4-8 week lead time.
Artwork can be made to bespoke dimensions
For all commission enquiries please contact us at the studio

Please contact us for any URGENT requirements.

 

Wolfe with his award winning Architectural Canape Trays

Tom Wolfe Contact Studio

Wolfe was Awarded the Number 2 position in Architectural Digest for combining Food Design with Modernist Architecture having designed and created Couture wearable food trays and unique architectural trays for his Modernist afternoon tea.

Contour Cluster

Petr Weigl Contact Studio

Topography and geometry meet in these dream-like maps. Imaginary rivers and valleys cut through the strata of polished concrete. The absence of colour enhances the smooth chiselled finish to create a powerful homage to natural structures. These hand made works are unlike machine polished marble, they are more organic looking with some area’s more matt and some more reflective. This natural aesthetic is what makes up their appeal.

Standard size 248 x 70cm made to order with a 6-12 week lead time.
Artwork can be made to bespoke dimensions
For all commission enquiries please contact us at the studio

Contour Beta

Petr Weigl Contact Studio

Topography and geometry meet in these dream-like maps. Imaginary rivers and valleys cut through the strata of cold cast and patinated bronze. The absence of colour enhances the smooth chiselled finish to create a powerful homage to natural structures. These hand made works are unlike machine polished marble, they are more organic looking with some area’s more matt and some more reflective. This natural aesthetic is what makes up their appeal.

Standard size 486 x 120cm made to order with a 6-12 week lead time.
Artwork can be made to bespoke dimensions
For all commission enquiries please contact us at the studio

Synthesis S

Tom Price Contact Studio

Synthesis is the study of a dialogue between two contrasting materials – resin and tar – and their negotiation for space and identity when forced to become a single unified entity.

What appear to be petal-like inclusions are actually cracks and fissures created through a careful manipulation of the catalysing process of the resin. They cluster around and interact with amorphous invasive bodies of tar, which loom – apparently suspended in space. The tar initially appears densely black, almost light-absorbent, but upon closer inspection, a network of fine green vapour trails can be seen drifting from a surface partially melted by the exothermic reaction of the curing resin. As the tar heats it expands searching for pathways within the resin and rushes to claim opening cavities, creating wafer thin golden slivers of coral-like protuberances.

The effects of the synthesis of these two disparate elements – one black and dense; the other clear and liquid – results in a riot of colour and explosive formations that engage on both a macro and micro level.

Standard size 40 x 40 x 200.5cm made to order with a 4-8 week lead time.
Artwork can be made to bespoke dimensions
For all commission enquiries please contact us at the studio

Please contact us for any URGENT requirements.

 

Contour Spark

Petr Weigl Contact Studio

Topography and geometry meet in these dream-like maps. Imaginary rivers and valleys cut through the strata of polished concrete. The absence of colour enhances the smooth chiselled finish to create a powerful homage to natural structures. These hand made works are unlike machine polished marble, they are more organic looking with some area’s more matt and some more reflective. This natural aesthetic is what makes up their appeal.

Standard size 25 x 25 x 25cm made to order with a 4 week lead time.
Artwork can be made to bespoke dimensions
For all commission enquiries please contact us at the studio

Norweigan Cruise Ship

Ken Gangbar Contact Studio

Ken and his team are inspired by the cyclical patterns and intricate compositions of the natural world. They thrive on spontaneity, and the spirit of experimentation made possible by fearlessness to create truly innovate installations for both private and corporate clients. Ken began working with ceramics, because of its unique properties and versatile applications. Since then, he has branched out beyond ceramics, to explore the possibilities found within wood, steel, glass, and composite resins. His installations and sculptural works can be found in the world’s most prestigious hotels and restaurants from New York, Doha, San Diego, Athens and Toronto to Hong Kong.

Duettino

Shirin Houston Contact Studio

Artwork can be made to bespoke dimensions
For all commission enquiries please contact us at the studio

Adour Restaurant, New York, USA

Ken Gangbar Contact Studio

Ken and his team are inspired by the cyclical patterns and intricate compositions of the natural world. They thrive on spontaneity, and the spirit of experimentation made possible by fearlessness to create truly innovate installations for both private and corporate clients. Ken began working with ceramics, because of its unique properties and versatile applications. Since then, he has branched out beyond ceramics, to explore the possibilities found within wood, steel, glass, and composite resins. His installations and sculptural works can be found in the world’s most prestigious hotels and restaurants from New York, Doha, San Diego, Athens and Toronto to Hong Kong.

Los Bollas de Costa Rica – Edible Landscape

Tom Wolfe Contact Studio

Wolfe draws out the meaning and cultural history of food. With Las Bolos de Costa Rica (July 2017) he created an edible chocolate landscape exploring the mysterious megalithic stone spheres of the Diquís Delta. Chocolate, sponge cake, fresh mint and gold leaf were transformed into soil, rivers and land forms, with mousse-filled chocolate representing the giant stone balls.

Nobu, Athens, Greece

Ken Gangbar Contact Studio

Ken and his team are inspired by the cyclical patterns and intricate compositions of the natural world. They thrive on spontaneity, and the spirit of experimentation made possible by fearlessness to create truly innovate installations for both private and corporate clients. Ken began working with ceramics, because of its unique properties and versatile applications. Since then, he has branched out beyond ceramics, to explore the possibilities found within wood, steel, glass, and composite resins. His installations and sculptural works can be found in the world’s most prestigious hotels and restaurants from New York, Doha, San Diego, Athens and Toronto to Hong Kong.

Halcyon, New York, USA

Ken Gangbar Contact Studio

Ken and his team are inspired by the cyclical patterns and intricate compositions of the natural world. They thrive on spontaneity, and the spirit of experimentation made possible by fearlessness to create truly innovate installations for both private and corporate clients. Ken began working with ceramics, because of its unique properties and versatile applications. Since then, he has branched out beyond ceramics, to explore the possibilities found within wood, steel, glass, and composite resins. His installations and sculptural works can be found in the world’s most prestigious hotels and restaurants from New York, Doha, San Diego, Athens and Toronto to Hong Kong.