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Thursday, 30 September 2010


Few artists could claim to be in the collections of such a distinguished line-up of celebrities.

His works are owned by Madonna, Ivana Trump, the legendary Barbara Hulanicki of Biba fame, Kate Moss, Joanna Lumley, Molly Parkin and Debbie Moore of Pineapple Studios to mention a few.

Born in London’s East End, MARTY proudly boasts of his Romany background that brings to his work a unique fire and light which is his distinctive hallmark.

Coming from a designer background, much of MARTY’s career has been involved with interior design which has taken him to the four corners of the world branching out from there into bespoke jewellery design and now fine art, too.

His recent shows include The Brick Lane Art Fair, Chelsea Arts Club, Muse Gallery, Portobello Rd, Notting Hill Gate, London and SOLO in New York City.

His artworks represent the culmination of his experiences and global adventures and, of course, that gypsy blood that gives his work that matchless sparkle. 2008 marks the year of his launch in the United States and now 2010 launches his establishment with Sphere Gallery

Saturday, 18 September 2010


Join us at the Affordable Art Fair in Battersea Park 21-24 October (STALL K11) with a day out to remember and contemporary art to take home and enjoy forever.

Our Latest Artist

Come see our Latest Artist: LENE BLADBJERG http://www.spheregallery.co.uk/artists_profile.php?artist=69

Here is her Profile:

Lene Bladbjerg is a danish artist based in London. She was born in Denmark in 1974, but grew up in Brussels, Belgium. The multinational environment prompted Lene's passion for exploring new countries and cultures, which has influenced her work as an artist.

In 1995, Lene attended Kent Institute of Art and Design, Rochester, England and later graduated from London College of Printing with a 1:1 Degree honours in Graphic and Media Design in 2000. During her time studying, she had the opportunity to do workplacements in Denmark, England and The Philippines. Since then, she has been working from her studio in Crystal Palace, South London, as a full-time visual artist and freelance graphic designer.

Lene Bladbjerg’s work is influenced by her background as a graphic designer. Typography and grids drift in and out of her pieces creating haunting images and surprising messages. Her work can be very thought-provoking. She pays great attention to the smaller scale details of everyday life. In her work she attempts to capture the hidden beauty or interesting aspect of even the most ordinary of events or objects.

She often creates her work by incorporating unusual materials, often re-cycled.