Luminaire Arts are very proud to present an artistic partnership with Salmontini, an exciting new fine dining experience.
Opening their first restaurant outside the middle east in the heart of Belgravia, Luminaire were tasked with adorning Salmontini’s walls with beautiful contemporary original art.
Our artists’ work is highly eclectic, and so we brought a number of varying schools and media together to dress the space in a seamless, elegant style.
With a very short lead time, we were able to meet with directors at Salmontini to assess what their needs were, present some viable options for an art package and then get to installing.
Our close working relationship with the artists at the studio allows us to react dynamically to priority changes, and means we are comfortable working with projects for which time is in short supply!
Born in Ireland, Adrienne moved to London in 1987 where she studied art and design at Central St Martins.
Having recently completed a post graduate in photography also at St Martins, her current work seeks to demonstrate the fluid nature of perception once the limits of expectation are removed.
Her pieces combine the abstract and the landscape, and each of her pieces provokes a subtle, meditative mood.
Clare is an artist specialising in oil paintings on panels and also unique works on paper using a range of printmaking techniques. A combination of layers of abstracted marks, colour and line are built up and then partially removed or covered over by subsequent over to produce subtle yet powerful images.
Clares works are full of imagery inspired by her travels around the world. A love and interest of rural landscapes and dramatically changing skies are the catalyst for much of her work. Journeys are recorded in sketch books, new places visited and remembered.
With a background in architectural design, Rose has created a series of paintings called the ‘Indigo & Blue’ series. These illustrate buildings, some of which are iconic, and the designing of these structures around core conceptual ideas.
Each painting has a blue background which simulates the traditional paper-based reproduction of a technical drawing of the early 20th century.
Her beautiful representation of the Guggenheim in Bilbao has been chosen to contrast with the decor at Salmontini.
Justyna graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, before moving to London. Her main source of inspiration lies in the notion of “inner peace” and a study of silence.
She reveals the nature of these visualisations are sometimes full of emotions, shapes and vibrant colours, although sometimes they are empty spaces filled with just a soft light.
Her painting has been chosen for its ferocity and intense colour.