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Fascinated by the inchoate nature of form and capturing the simultaneous duality of both reality and abstraction, Becky Allen’s imagery is created with intense mark-making by either pen, pencil or needle. Her specialisms lie within drawing and etching in which the organic progression of her marks is transformative, forming images that have a natural and rhythmic quality. Becky Allen has exhibited her work across London including at Cob Gallery and Ronchini Gallery and most recently with Girls Only at the Ministry of New, Bombay. She lives and works in London. Becky graduated from the MA programme at the Royal College of Art and was awarded the Augustus Martin prize for printmaking. All © Becky Allen 2016

Hannah Bays is a painter (b. London, 1982) who studied at the Royal Academy Schools. Interested in human drives and the construction of meaning in our lives, recent work has focused on desire – both as motivational force and something also open to manipulation. Bays’s work has a Pop lineage yet is insistent also on spontaneous painterly gesture, or ‘affirmation’. Colour is used seductively yet often to the brink of nausea. There is a push and pull between the abstract and figurative, the symbolic and the purely formal, with a personal iconography including elements such as plasters and puncture repair kits. Bays has work in the Jerwood, Hiscox and Soho House collections, was awarded a Jerwood Purchase Prize in 2014 and the Agnes Ethel Mackay travel award in 2015.

From his first commission at the age of seventeen, London photographer and director Tom Beard found himself in the thick of the musical explosion that reinvigorated the London scene in the mid-noughties. He was everywhere and he shot everyone; spending his formative years touring and gigging, snapping countless defining images and record covers for the likes of Florence & the Machine, Jamie T, Adele and The Horrors. In an era of breakneck digital advancement, Beard developed a deep-seated devotion to the values and processes of the old school: he depends on real film, old equipment, viewfinders, shutter speeds, the chemical romance of the darkroom. Most recently his music video for FKA Twigs was named Dazed & Confused top ten videos of 2013. Please allow 14 days for delivery.

Laura Beaumont uses the pre-existing media of antiquarian books to explore the dark subtext of human interaction. With the aid of a scalpel, she brings to life her own creations by ruthlessly slicing and combining them with the working parts of someone else’s. By a process of de construction and re construction she creates small vignettes within the pages of old books that are both bizarre and unsettling.

Wendy Bevan is a London based photographic artist and musician, interested in the communication of the visceral emotional complexities of contemporary womanhood via a vast array of media that spans musical performance, visual imagery and immersive, experiential artworks. Her unique aesthetic explores femininity, role-play and the unique paradigm of female identity in the heavily saturated media landscape of 21st century – as such, she seeks to cut through the avalanche of mainstream dogma, communicating an uncompromising vision of female representation through a wide number of lenses; conjuring a darkly lit, ethereal universe that captures symmetry in temporality, dream-states and decay.

The artist and illustrator Julianna Byrne’s work draws on her fascination the ethereal and a lost time of story telling. Both her ghostly female forms, which come from her fascination with Greek mythology and the pre raphaelites, and her more detailed studies of botanicals, echo the same whimsical nature. The word Wunderkammer, meaning a cabinet of curiosities, has been used to describe Julianna’s practice and the recurring themes in her work. Julianna Byrne has exhibited her work in various group shows in London and most recently with Girls Only at the Ministry of New, Mumbai. She studied Illustration at LCC where she graduated in 2013, and has since been living and working in London.

Born in Chicago, Illinois, Ellen Cantor graduated from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana and UCLA Interior and Architectural Design Program. After a career in Interior Design, she shifted her focus into fine art photography in 2000. Prior Pleasures, is deeply influenced by Cantor’s love of literature. The series explores memory and preservation of the past while ensuring the creation of a visual legacy for the next generation. The books photographed for this series are personal to Cantor, belongings from her childhood. Prior Pleasures are created using a multiple exposure technique, free from post production.

Emson is a London based multi-disciplinary artist. Her appropriation of unfamiliar tools calls forward the body as an intuitive storyteller. Soon after receiving her Masters in Fine Art in 2011, Emson pursued more fully her quest to understand the body by formally training as a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner and Dance Movement Psychotherapist. For Stretching The Imagination she has sourced brain scans from trauma patients, which illustrate the healing transformative potential of experiential therapies. These monoprints visually echo the biomorphic bleach stains and knotted entanglements of loose thread in Emson’s large sewn canvases Fibrosis (2012-13) and Colour Maps (2014-15). Emson's work has been described as kind of 'psychic surgery.’ The one-off monoprints of body parts and gestural smudges caught in deep blue ink and drawn or stitched together capture the plastic nature of the nervous system and our potential to develop new pathways in the brain. Emson attempts to bridge art and science by making a creative play of rewiring the nervous system.

Nancy Fouts is considered a modern day Surrealist, with her work frequently exploring themes of time, religious iconography, nature and humour. The artist works typically with everyday objects, injecting them with her unique wit and manipulating them in such a way that we seem to recognize them for the first time. During the 1960's Fouts co-founded the pioneering design and model-making company Shirt Sleeve Studio, creating seminal ad campaigns for Tate Gallery and album covers for significant bands including Jethro Tull and Steeleye Span amongst others. Examples of the artist's works are to be found in private homes and established collections across the globe, including that of the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. "I love the work of Nancy Fouts, she makes the everyday object extraordinary" Sir Peter Blake

'We Go To The Gallery' is a series of works on paper taken from Miriam Elia's sensational publication of the same title. Elia's parody of early learning books has received enormous notoriety and continues to cause a sensation. Elia's 'We Go To The Gallery' illustrations have been widely reported in the media including The Times Literary Supplement, The Guardian and The New York Times. Miriam Elia exhibited her first solo show 'I Did It By My Own' at the Cob Gallery in 2012. A maverick who straddles both the worlds of contemporary art and comedy, Elia graduated with an MA from the Royal College of Art in 2006. All © Miriam Elia 2015.

Nina Fowler graduated with a first in sculpture from Brighton University in 2003. In 2008, she was nominated for the BP Portrait Prize with her painting of the Royal Ballet dancer, Carlos Acosta, and in 2010 her work was shortlisted for the Jerwood Drawing Prize. More recently she was shortlisted for The Young Masters Prize 2012. Her work is admired and collected by British film, music and fashion luminaries such as John Maybury, Jude Law, Sharleen Spiteri and Caroline Issa. Limited edition giclee prints of her original pencil and graphite drawings are available, with 'Submission' exclusive to Cob & Guts. All © Nina Fowler 2013.

Born in 1981, Neal Fox studied at Camberwell Art College and the Royal College of Art. While at the RCA he co-founded LE GUN, the annual art journal which is now distributed world wide. Fox's work depicts a phantasmagoric journey through the detritus and mythology of pop culture, that has led to solo exhibitions at Galerie Daniel Blau in London and Munich and Galerie Suzanne Tarazieve in Paris, and group shows alongside Damien Hirst, Sarah Lucas, Andy Warhol and Joseph Beuys. From a life long obsession with the tales of his dead grandfather, a World War 2 bomber pilot, writer, and hell raiser, his large scale ink drawings have developed into increasingly layered celebrations of the debauched and iconoclastic characters whose ideas have helped shape our collective consciousness. Remixing and collaging events and connecting trails of thought, he imagines Francis Bacon and William Burroughs taking tea in the ancient Egyptian after life, or Captain Beefheart selling a vacuum cleaner to Aldous Huxley at the Doors of Perception.

'Best In Show' is a series of photographs depicting the prize-winning poultry of the Smallholder and Garden Festival in mid-Wales, one of the leading poultry shows in the UK. Compelled by competition and showmanship, breeders cultivate nature into step with a quite particular set of ideals. These images are composed using the techniques employed by professional poultry photographers, displaying birds exemplary in their class, carefully groomed and modelling their species essence like calendar-girls. 'Best In Show' featured in Dmitri Galtizine's 2013 exhitbion, 'God Save The Village Green'.

Fee Greening employs traditional draughtsmanship, specialising in dip pen and ink. She graduated from Central St. Martin’s in 2012 and received an MA from the Royal College of Art in 2014. Influenced by Medieval, Gothic and Flemish art, her previous clients include Tate, Faber & Faber, Island Records and Fortnum & Mason, All © Fee Greening 2015

Cob studio resident Luke Edward Hall is a London-based artist and designer. His work encompasses interior and fabric design, illustration and ceramics. After working for a London-based architectural and interior designer for two years, Luke established his own studio in the autumn of 2015 and in April 2016 he held his first exhibition of drawings and paintings and a pop-up shop in Bloomsbury. During this time he also took part in a group exhibition entitled Young Bright Things at David Gill Gallery and in September 2016 he curated an exhibition of art and design at Christie's in London. As well as working on interior design projects in London and the countryside, Luke has collaborated with a variety of companies including Burberry, Samsung, Stubbs & Wootton and the Parker Palm Springs hotel in California. A January 2016 article described him as 'the interior design world's 26-year-old wunderkind'. Luke graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2012 after studying menswear fashion design. © Luke Edward Hall 2017

Established in 2004, art collective LE GUN create idiosyncratic imagery, which blends a punk, occult, pop and surrealist aesthetic. They communally execute large scale drawings, murals and three-dimensional ‘drawn’ installations, and have exhibited internationally at locations including The Musuem of Mankind in London, Art Brussels, Art Basel and galleries in Paris, Berlin, Tokyo, Istanbul, and Beijing. They also produce the art annual LE GUN, which enjoys international cult status. In October 2014 LE GUN produced a dramatic synthesis of Hogarth's two Progresses, incorporated within their own on-going urban vision of “Legundon”. An anti-morality tale for our own times, their work consists of a series of six original drawings, documenting the travails of a modern-day Rake and Harlot with characteristically subversive wit.

Sadie Hennessy is an artist and ‘shenanigator’. She creates 2D and 3D collages, installations and live events and has exhibited widely in the UK and beyond. Last year she caused headlines with her children’s tattoo parlour (‘My First Tattoo’) in Whitstable High Street and before that, a national hoo-haa with her ‘Gary Glitter Rock’. She likes to scratch at the veneer of civilised society, to find the darkness underneath, but always uses humour to do so, even if it does come from the blacker end of the comic spectrum. Sadie has an MA in Fine Art from Central St. Martin’s is currently Screen Print Fellow at the Royal Academy.

Published by Cob Gallery on the occasion of Kingsley Ifill Stutter solo exhibition. Catalogue photos by Alex Sainsbury. Studio photos by Alice Dellal, Tom Beard and Kinsgely Ifill. Includes foreword 'He Cleans His Teeth With Nitromors' by YBA artist Tim Noble, and 'Estuary' by Tom Beard. Limited edition of 100.

KAPRIELOV MANGA. The word manga in the title refers to the Manga by the legendary Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai, defined by him as 'Brush gone wild' and not to the contemporary story-telling manga, as the drawings in the work are not always connected to each other. Kaprielov Manga is a mix of automatic drawings redrawn to look presentable after the initial outburst of creativity, straightforward life studies, and improvisations based on photographic images which happened to attract Kaprielov’s attention for one reason or another. Art Noir is his interpretations of the Film Noir movie scenes.

Photographer Lorena Lohr reveals a world laced in trashy luxe and motifs of lonesomeness, desire and intoxication. Motel bathrooms, exotic cocktails and bar room leather seating are met with pastel desert landscapes and palm trees, all linked by a hazy colour palette and bleached with bright flash. Though her focus is on the American South West, which she has travelled extensively by Greyhound bus, train and on foot, this show also includes images of London at night. Ocean Sands, Lohr's first solo show presented at Cob Gallery February 2015, continues to expand an ongoing survey of places and surfaces. Preserving fleeting views of empty rooms and unnamed streets, passed through with an immediate and singular framing, Lohr brings the everyday into the unfamiliar. Please see the exhibition page for details of large prints.

Sarah Maple's artwork, film and performances have been exhibited internationally at galleries and institutions worldwide, and she has won awards including the Saatchi New Sensations in 2007 and most recently the Sky Academy Arts Scholarship 2015. The ‘Celebrities In Stone’ series see Maple immortalise Daily Mail headlines of celebrities’ lives in marble, and form part of her 2015 Cob Gallery solo exhibition 'Keeping up With The Kapulets'. This series of engraved text based sculptures offers a unique and affordable opportunity to collect Maple's work at such an exciting point in her artistic career.

Pop iconography, Surrealism and the theme of found objects have been recurring motifs throughout Misha’s career. Using inspiration gathered from junk yards, markets, eBay and thrift shops, Misha has created a new series of drawings of discarded objects. Her latest work integrates these symbols of disposability with highly personal themes of hope, optimism and the potential for positive change. She transfigures the detritus of consumerism and imbues it with the promise of renewal.

Robert Montgomery follows a tradition of conceptual art and stands out by drawing from examples of public interventionist strategies and brings a poetic voice to the discourse of text art. He was the British artist selected for Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2012, the first biennale in India. Montgomery has had solo exhibitions at venues in Europe and in Asia, including recently mounted, major outdoor light installations on the site of the old US Air Force base at Tempelhof in Berlin with Neue Berliner Räume, and at the 2012 Kochi-Muziris Biennale in India. His work has been included in numerous exhibitions at venues including KOP, Breda, NL; Athens Festival, GR; Palais de Tokyo, Paris, FR; 54th Venice Biennale, Venice, IT; The De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill, UK; and The Grand Palais, Paris, FR.

The Cob Gallery is delighted to present studo resident Tristan Pigott's first fine art print edition. Pigott’s first solo exhibition 'Dead Natural' enjoyed near sell out success at the Cob Gallery in November last year, following his inclusion in both the the BP Portrait Award at the National Gallery and the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. The exhibition showcased Pigott's unique style of figurative painting and his current preoccupation with the nature morte style of painting. This style is explored – and indeed mocked - through works such as ‘Lemon Peeler’ – a still life painting that features a lobster painted yellow, placed on a blue lemon tablecloth.

Alan Rankle was born in Oldham in 1952. He studied at Rochdale School of Art and Goldsmiths' College, University of London. His work in painting, installation and printmaking is increasingly highly regarded and a series of high profile solo exhibitions in Copenhagen, Berlin, Milan and London have confirmed his status as one of the most innovative landscape painters working today. In a new series of works, including paintings, limited editions and unique prints, Rankle continues his preoccupation with revitalizing the tradition of landscape art within the context of our post-industrial, and arguably pre-apocalyptic, world. In these recent works he seems to treat the whole history of landscape painting as a 'found object'. Aspects of Classical Romantic painting are fused with Abstract Expressionistic gestures; trompe l'oeil elements are painted as though from a 19th century naturalists journal. Knowingly referenced Conceptual asides provide an undercurrent of contemporary unease.. All these elements collide as a montage in these works, depicting a world splintering and fragmenting towards chaos, yet still evoking an eerie, and somehow threatening, illusion of harmony.

Cat Roissetter works  from toothy snaps of her own past, photocopied to the point of obscurity and then regurgitated on to oiled paper with graphite. The results are further distorted through mixed-media etching. She is increasingly interested in visualising sensations of the diabolic and the sublime through her work. The consistent translation of imagery through print and drawn processes provides curious and stimulating methods to explore such realms.  Roissetter  studied  MA  Visual  Communications  at  the  Royal College  of Art  where she  was  awarded  the  Augustus  Martyn Print Prize  for etching in  her  final  year.  Since her first  solo  show  in  Space  Gallery, Folkestone she has exhibited at the House of St Barnabas in London.  Roissetter currently works as assistant to Jake & Dinos Chapman whilst making her own work.

Craig Wylie, who won the prestigious BP portrait award in 2008, is known for his predominantly very large scale figurative oil paintings. As well as having work in notable private collections around the world, Wylie has paintings in the permanent collection of public institutions such as the National Portrait Gallery, London and Neuer Kunstverein Aschaffenburg, Aschaffenburg, Germany. In this unusual series of figurative works, Wylie returns to painting directly from life in his studio, imbuing each tableau with a startling sense of presence. Each composition sees Wylie juxtapose the human form against, often jarringly at odds with, a discarded inanimate object. The series also sees Wylie painting on a much smaller, more intimate scale.

Jason Shulman is a sculptor whose work extends into photography, film, and painting. Analgesia, loss and the delusions inherent in perception are some of Shulman’s areas of enquiry. He often combines scientific experimentation with more formal artistic trajectories, using optics and other basic science to expose the falsehoods that underpin our experience of reality.

Natalka Liber Stephenson graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2012 and was granted the Augustus Martin award for printmaking. Her artistic practise is multi-disciplinary, but is deeply rooted in the explorative process of drawing. Lithography, Intaglio and Relief printing are processes she has used as an extension of her drawing practise throughout her education and career. The content of her work relies greatly on her interpretation of the reality she experiences. Recent projects have been focused on drawing beyond the linear and factual.

Rebecca Stevenson studied at Chelsea College of Art and Design and gained her masters from the Royal College of Art (2000). Her work is concerned with the visceral and the sensual, drawing upon anatomical drawing and botanical illustration while occupying a liminal territory between scientific enquiry and the subjective, imaginary body. All © Rebecca Stevenson 2013.

Hattie Stewart is a young london based illustrator,in recent years her notoriety has increased due to a project aptly titled 'doodle-bombing' where she draws over the covers of influential publications such as interview, vogue, i:d and playboy, who earlier this year featured her designs throughout their social media and print publication. Hattie Stewart's original works were shown in the Pastiche, Parody & Privacy exhibition at The Cob Gallery.

Limited edition prints to accompany Joe Sweeney's exhibition Take Away - a show that is rooted in British behaviour: Inspired by market slang, Sweeney’s work finds comedy in the colloquial. Through quick observation, Take Away encourages a pause for thought on the daily interactions that we don’t always pay attention to. Each print is uniquely hand embellished in paint by the artist.

Lily Rose Thomas is a London-based photographer and music video director. Mostly shot on 35mm film, her work is ethereal and melancholic, and her photo output has included the zine 'Heartbreak City', sold at the Photographer's Gallery London and in Printed Matter NYC. Her photos – at once personal and enigmatic – have also featured in shows in various group shows across London and in a projection at the Brighton photo Biennale. Lily is published by Dazed Digital, i-D Online, VICE and Wonderland.

‘Tales from the Void’ saw critically acclaimed collective Le Gun takeover Shakespeare and Company, the legendary bookshop and port in a storm frequented by generations of boozy literary types. The exhibition responded to the ramshackle, cult surroundings with a collection of sculptural and drawn works - hand drawn sculptural books nestled beside literary masterpieces on the shelves of the antiquarian library.

Julian Walker is an artist, writer and educator. His research-based art practice uses a wide range of media, to explore taxonomy, collections, and cultural history. He trained at The John Cass School and St Martins, and was a New Contemporary in 1999; public collections holding his work include the Wellcome Collection and Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery. He is the author of a number of books on the English language, and How To Cure The Plague; he leads workshops at the British Library, on literature, art, history, printing and the English language.

Published by Cob Gallery on the occasion of Faye Wei Wei's debut solo exhibition Anemones and Lovers. Includes foreword by Ronojoy Dam.

Craig Wylie, who won the prestigious BP portrait award in 2008, is known for his predominantly very large scale figurative oil paintings. As well as having work in notable private collections around the world, Wylie has paintings in the permanent collection of public institutions such as the National Portrait Gallery, London and Neuer Kunstverein Aschaffenburg, Aschaffenburg, Germany. In this unusual series of figurative works, Wylie returns to painting directly from life in his studio, imbuing each tableau with a startling sense of presence. Each composition sees Wylie juxtapose the human form against, often jarringly at odds with, a discarded inanimate object. The series also sees Wylie painting on a much smaller, more intimate scale.

Chemical X is a British artist who has worked on projects with artists including Banksy, Damien Hirst and Hayden Kays. Despite being known for designing the iconic Ministry of Sound logo he remains anonymous. Not because of the controversial material used in his work but in an effort to focus on the art, not the artist. 'Love Hirsts' is a reference to Damien Hirst's first E (it was in A Level art) and to celebrate him achieving his ultimate goal - "I can’t wait to get into a position to make really bad art and get away with it." Damien Hirst, The Times May 2003.

Artist duo Walter & Zoniel have exhibited nationally and internationally including shows in Tel Aviv and New York. Recent publicly engaged projects include a Salt-Print workshop at Tate Britain and site-specific installations in Miami and Liverpool, including Spectra. The SPECTRA work deals with the subjects of perception, discussion and inclusivity in the art world. The final piece is a multi-layered work, an abstract representation of a debate using actual individual public opinions as its reference. As firm believers in inclusivity in the art world, the artists are, for the first time releasing two limited edition prints to accompany their public installation. The first 25 of each edition are priced in this spirit.