An Artist collective whoʼs aim is to shed light and raise awareness on Breast Cancer. We are challenged on a regular basis by the threat of this silent disease. More and more so having conversations with friends and family receiving a diagnosis and then the waiting game. The fear of this disease challenges equally Women and Men. As artists we are privileged to use our art as a medium to enlighten and educate, by supporting and finding ways to prevent and combat this disease.
Statistics show that Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the UK, with 1 woman diagnosed every 10 mins of whom 32 die every day.
Around 55,000 women and 370 men are diagnosed with breast cancer in the Uk every year .
Born in Madrid, Piluca came to London in the 1990's and has lived in Brixton, South London ever since.
"I DIDN'T CHOOSE TO BECOME AN ARTIST, I WAS BORN ONE. I HAVE CREATED FOR AS LONG AS I CAN REMEMBER BEING ALIVE. BEING AN ARTIST IS NOT A CHOICE BUT A NEED. MY ULTIMATE AIM IS TO CONNECT, ELICIT A RESPONSE AND TO INSPIRE THROUGH MY PRACTICE"
"I have been working as a professional photographer in the media for the past 30 years. I always painted and played around with printing techniques at a time when darkroom printing was the norm. Getting messy was a must. The darkroom held an exciting possibility of happy experiments and successful mistakes. Running along side this was my passion for oil paints that I muddled through blissful in my ignorance of technique. I draw inspiration from the people I photograph and my love of lighting that spills into all areas of creating".
Over 30yrs as an award winning craftsman the desire to create art while combining the years of experience became his goal. From a background of ceramic wall and floor specialist tiling and exquisite attention to fine detail.
The natural progression lead him to showcasing mosaic as art and not just as a wall and floor covering.
Robert James Grace creates unique bespoke pieces specialising in Mosaic and gold leaf designs.
I'm a mixed media artist from London combining film, photography and digital art. I am also part of the creative team of a new company called Stirling Eco which combines innovation art and ecology.
My art is a reflection of my experiences, my interest in fashion and street art.
MORE DETAILS COMING VERY SOON OF THE UNFOLDING PROJECT AS WE CREATE THESE STUNNING ART PIECES RAISING AWARENESS OF #breastcanceruk
BOO & BEE T'SHIRTS
When you wear a BOO& BEE T you are raising awareness of Breast Cancer and for every T'shirt sold a percentage goes to our designated Breast Cancer charity.
Be part of #BUSTOUT journey and watch as the adorable BOO & BEE tell the story to help educate us all to a safer future for generations to come.
The Bickerton Grace Gallery have joined forces with the amazing charity 'The Speed of Sight'. Through The Sentiment collection we have created a piece of Sentiment the image of which was gifted by Gina Campbell. Tuesday March 23rd marked the 100th birthday of Donald Campbell who sadly lost his life doing what he loved. All profits from the sale of these unique pieces go directly to the charity allowing track days offering the gift of driving for blind and disabled people.
Three generations of The Campbell Family
by Artist Barry Rowe
Each piece is mounted on a 24 carat gold leaf base with a thread of gold running through to connect the pieces together and to this artist and in turn all the artists in this Sentiment collection.
Framed in a black wooden box frame signed and numbered and ready to be shared and collected.
To own a piece of Speed of Sight's Sentiment follow the link below and start collecting, connecting and making a difference. A human connection through the medium of art.