Bloomfield’s art combines ideas of his two favourite artists – Rothko and Gormley – by placing figures in stark and sometimes harsh landscapes with unyielding horizons. His favourite material is spray paint: “I often used spray paint as a teen when out creating guerrilla art with friends in London. The idea of using street material in a more traditional way appeals to me”. He prefers working with the cool tones of greys and black as it leaves more to the viewer’s imagination.
The art Bloomfield creates comes from endless introspection, and a variety of inspiration. His work is thoughtful, and presented in an accessible way for a wide audience.
Nia Hefe Filiogianni is a London based multidisciplinary artist and art director from Athens Greece. Drawing inspiration from women’s testimonies and historical events, Nia Hefe Filiogianni is producing works that embrace feminine power and aesthetic but also question the norms of modern life.
Her body of work has been exhibited around the UK, US and Greece in various venues and galleries such as the ACG Gallery, British Museum, M-art Gallery, Lethaby Gallery, Bios Romanzo, Crypt Gallery and more.