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The Landscape of Form

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$5000 to
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Thursday, 3 December 2020 to Sunday, 13 December 2020
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Thursday, 3 December 2020 - 4:00pm

A collection of international contemporary work hosted by new gallery Baker-Howard Contemporary in London.

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Emma Coyle is recipient of International Art Market’s 'Gold List' award, ‘top international contemporary artists of today', 'most talented, inspiring, and promising artists operating in the world today. Recommended artists to invest in and to be inspired by’, with work acquired by Dame Janet Wolfson de Botton.

Coyle has been working within art for over 20 years and been based in London since 2006. She has exhibited in numerous galleries and art fairs throughout the city. Coyle’s work has appeared within many publications including The Times (UK), London's Mayfair Times (UK), Avari art (USA), A5 (UK), Al-Tiba9 (Spain), M&Art (Sweden) and Visions Libres (Germany). Also on the covers of Level 25 art journal (USA), Emergo (Netherlands), Litro (UK), and Kapa magazine (Greece).

Coyle’ work was selected by Los Angeles curator Bridget Carron for her collection Power Pop on Saatchi’ online gallery in 2014. In 2018 Coyle’ painting 12.16.07 won the Artness Magazine cover competition and also won her an Artist of the Year 2019; Honorable Mention Award from Circle Foundation in France. In April 2020 painting Linda no.1 receive a review from Dab Art Co. Los Angeles.

Interviews with the artist have been included in Art Reveal, Murze art magazine, Family Office Elite magazine and Artjobs.com

Earlier in her career in Ireland Coyle exhibited in many galleries in Ireland and exhibited for the Irish National Portrait exhibition in 2005. Coyle also exhibited for charities in the Royal Hibernian Academy and Adam’s Fine Art auctioneers. Just before moving to London Coyle had solo exhibitions in the Signal Art Centre in Co. Wicklow and the Bank of Ireland’s art centre in Dublin, and was described as ‘one of the city’s most promising new artist’ {Metro Life newspaper- January 2006}, and a ‘rising young artist’ {Irish Independent- May 2006}.

Although Coyle’s first interest in art in the late 1990’s included an introduction to 1st wave American Pop Art of the 1950’s, her figurative work focuses on contemporary imagery to push ideas and produce accomplished paintings of a Fine Art standard using process and execution of ideas. Most recently her figurative painting series ‘12.16’ won her a Special Artist Award from BESTART.

Coyle is also working on an ongoing abstract painting project which commenced in 2002. In recent years this project branched into installation work and in 2018 the individual pieces received a special recognition and an award for excellence from Florida art gallery LightSpaceTime. In 2019 the ongoing work won an Honorable Mention Award from New Jersey’s J.Mane Gallery and NYC’s Grey Cube Gallery.  Most recently in 2020 her three dimensional painting ‘Expansion’ won an Honorable Mention Award from Art Room Gallery.

While exhibiting in London since 2006, Coyle has expanded her audience exhibiting in America where her work has been positively received. She has also exhibited in NYC charity events alongside artists such as Jeff Koons, Yoko Ono, Ed Ruscha, Kiki Smith and renowned composer Philip Glass.

This year Coyle continues her work in figurative Pop art and abstraction. She has also started working on woodblock prints and after 16 years has now returned to photography, focusing in Polaroid and 120mm camera formats. The work deals with ideas in capturing and using negative space as a focal point.

[Coyle travels annually to study Nordic art and has interests in horticulture, astronomy and film noir]

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59 Greek St, Soho, London, UK.