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If you are looking for a place to find the next Damien Hirst or Cecily Brown you might want to check out Scouting for Art, a new website that sources its portfolio from young and talented artists, including recent English Art School graduates, showcasing them on its website. The site features an ever-changing selection of up and coming artists, with prices ranging from £50 to £2,000. The site features award winning artists, who have had recent sell-out exhibitions, including Ina Dorthea Thuresson, who designed the projections used at Madonna's Hard Candy tour. The company is based in South West London and was set up by Charlie Wheatley, a former art student from Camberwell School of Art and graduate of University of Northumbria.
The piece above is from Tahnee Lonsdale who graduated from Byam Shaw School of Art in 2007 and has already been showing work in a number of galleries around London. She creates large paintings in her studio in West London that depict strange stories backdropped against surreal landscapes. The piece above"Hitchcock" measures 48" x 48" and sells for £1235.