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The gallery is proud to represent the following local and international Artists
If you are interested in any works that are no longer on exhibit in the Desmond Fountain Gallery, contact the gallery directly and we will liase with the artist to find out if it is still available.
All artwork images are the copyright of the individual artist.
Charles Zuill, Bermudian, is primarily a landscapist. Due to an interest in science and use of the Earth's natural materials, Charles Zuill experiments to replicate the forces he senses in nature. His work references the imprints on material earth.
William Collieson began his career after art school as a window display artists. His award winning windows featured the same elements one finds in his artwork: contradictions, paradoxes, and ironies. Collieson's work is characterised by its satirical humour, the variety of unconventional materials, and by the continual probing of the boundaries of art. Working with found objects and imagery that we can red and understand easily, Collieson reconnects these objects so that they take on a whole other layer of meaning or memory.
Bermudian artist Dan Dempster's explorations in drawing, painting and sculpture are based on deep familiarity with the water. His inspiration is the play of water and light in tidal rock pools and at the water's edge.
Artist Website: http://www.liquidlight.bm/
Bermudian Desmond Fountain FRBS is a Fellow of the Royal Society of British Sculptors, an accolade placing him amongst the highest ranked sculptors in Great Britain and Europe. An internationally acclaimed sculptor whose work is in public and private collections around the world, he specialises in portraiture (mainly the entire figure) and the female nude. Desmond is please to present his latest work alongside his collection in this, his new gallery.
a fifth generation Bermudian, Jason Harris went from painting houses to creating paintings of houses. Drawn to Bermudian architecture, it seems natural that he creates a three-dimensional quality by using the same "mud" medium as that of a house painter. Jason Harris' work speaks of a realism where one can feel each ridge on a roof or blade of grass on both a physical and emotional level.
Bermudian artist, Sheilagh Head is continually fascinated in trying to capture the transient and unique quality of Bermuda's light and colours. She admits to being less interested in the figurative reality before her, than in the spirit and rhythm of the overall scene. "My paintings are still about the land, sea and sky, but more and more, they become an abstract expression of a grand design and interconnection".
British artists Michael Jackson has travelled around the world to sketch and photograph his subjects in order to capture their very essence in its natural habitat. In his paintings, every detail of flora and fauna is accurately represented, light brings everything to life and shadow describes form and texture. An early devotion to wildlife has left to environmental awareness and wildlife conservation. Michael Jackson's wish is to preserve our natural heritage through his work.
When the artists painted the two small portraits in this exhibition, he had no idea that the gallery was a sponsor of the work of the Coalition for the Protection of Children, a most worthy and excellent cause that has truly transformed the lives of children and families in Bermuda. The two paintings reflect the innocence of children and emphasize not only their vulnerability but also the joy they can bring in to our lives.
Artists Website: http://www.michael-jackson.co.uk/originals.htm
French artist, Olivier Martin's neolithis aspect sculptures remind us of a more poetic world. The sensuous curves demonstrate a deep understanding and appreciation of the female nude and the forms depict his vision of womankind with a hint of "Art Deco". His creations are mostly in private collections in Europe and this is the first time he has exhibited in Bermuda.
A self-taught artist from Bermuda, Kevin Morris has been a professional painter for the past twenty years. It was through his previous work as a house painter, and later specializing in decorative/faux finishes, that he made the transition into art. Exhibiting in various shows in Bermuda, England and Greece since 2001, his general goal when creating art, is to give something to the viewer that they will have to study in depth, to fully absorb the information presented.
Using words, images and colour, along with shape and texture, Kevin Morris builds up the picture’s surface, layer upon layer, until he feels there is a pleasing overall balance, and a visually interesting and unified composition allowing the ideas to evolve naturally.
Artist Website: http://www.kevinmorrisart.info/
Bernard Poulin is a major, and much lauded, portrait painter in his native Canada with a significant international reputation. Not only does he portray Canada's most important citizens with a sensitive and deft hand, his portraiture has brought him to our shores to record the likenesses of many Bermudians. His books and educational films also enjoy great success. Bernard Poulin takes an individual approach to sea and landscapes which has won him a strong local following.
DFG is proud to represent Bernard once again and can also assist with arranging private commissions.
The gallery is exhibiting a portrait of Camille Claudel by Auguste Rodin. Rodin (1840-1917) is generally considered the progenitor of modern sculpture, modeling the human body realism and celebrating individual character and physicality. Rodin met Camille Claudel in 1883; she became both his must and fellow sculptor, forming a passionate relationship as well as influencing each other artistically. The bust at DFG is a contemporary bronze cast, stamped reproduction, from a Rodin original plaster found in a dusty corner of a French foundry.
Marine and classical artist, Eldon Triminghamm III's sensitive marine paintings glow from the rich layering of tints which give his work a luminosity that is rare to find in contemporary painting. While this Bermudian artist's work is collected internationally, his paintings are scarce due to a very limited output. Mr. Trimingham spends months researching and painting to complete each small masterpiece.
Otto Trott has been painting and exhibiting locally for thirty year, capturing colour and light. Using Bermuda as his inspiration, he finds subject matter that is visually exciting to the viewer and a challenge to paint whether it be a landscape, seascape or Bermudians at work and play.
Artist Website: http://www.ottotrott.com/
Critically acclaimed mater of contemporary realist painting, British artist Henry Liaam Ward specialises in life size, full-length portraiture. His paintings employ an unusual blend of the classical and the contemporary. It is this individualistic work that has made Henry Ward one of Britain's most collectable young figurative painters. Exhibited in top international galleries, and supported by an elite group of international collectors, Henry has worked full time as an artists since 1995. His works on exhibit at DFG focus on the local architecture and landscapes, beautifully blending his classical and contemporary style.
Artist Website: http://www.henryliamward.com/
Tracy Williams has a keen interest in the technical aspects of painting. Her subject matter is that which can best express direction, shape, movement, shadow and light; plants and flowers are exceptionally valuable in this regard and have the added benefit of exquisite colour. Look for the translucent quality and luminosity in the work of long time exhibiting artist of Bermuda, Tracy williams.
Bermudian artist Sharon WIlson is a figurative artist who has been painting about Bermuda family life for more than thirty years. Ms. Wilson taught in the Bermuda Public Schools and presently teaches adults at the Sharon Wilson School of Art at her residence in Southampton. Today, Ms. Wilson is an artists with a social agenda. she sees the need for fine art to be more substantive and believes that great art should remind us of our humanity and challenge us to manifest the greatness within. Primarily a pastel painter, Sharon Wilson now works figuratively with encaustics.
Artist Website: http://bermuda-art.com/