Original art exhibition

Fisher Phillips is now supporting emerging artists at their newly refurbished London office.

We are excited to announced that we will be supporting a new emerging artist every two months by exhibiting art in our office from 7th November 2016.

We will be exhibiting a range of exciting styles over the coming months throughout our meeting rooms and reception area. The paintings will be available to buy and the changing nature of the exhibitions will inject energy into the workplace, creating a dynamic and stimulating environment.

Art is a subjective topic and changing the works regularly at Fisher Phillips offices means we will be able to cater for a range of tastes. It will provide the opportunity for staff and visitors to enjoy gallery quality art at work, encouraging people to share their opinions, promoting conversation and communication.

We feel this is an exciting opportunity to give emerging artists a platform whilst also having a positive impact on our space.

The sixteenth artist to be exhibited at Fisher Phillips’ office is Robert Sparkes.

Dividing his time between the UK and Antwerp, where he lived for five years, Robert Sparkes creates abstract work which is often composed with representational sources.

Inspired by ancient and modern architecture, Sparkes effortlessly weaves the abstract with references to these man-made structures, experimenting with technique and exploring the discord between soft edges and defined lines.

Influenced by the likes of Matisse, bold colour plays an integral role in Sparkes paintings where it is continuously layered, worked into and manipulated to create texture and an exciting composition.

Click on the artists name or image to see the full collection

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