Teresa Green, usually.

Whilst on my travels today, it suddenly became apparent how green my surroundings were, accentuated with a tinge of seasonal change. This moment took me back to an individual telling me of someone they knew called Teresa Green, and how exciting a name I thought it was. Fact or fiction of the story told is irrelevant, but the concept is still the same.

The colour green dominates our day-to-day lives on differing levels depending on where we are seasonally, and geographically. Emma’s Lawrenson’s Forest series highlights this well, from full dominance to a more muted bark colour as we pass through time.

Emma’s Forest IV, III, II and Forest are available through Like Love Want. Click here to view all Emma’s limited edition prints.

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Screen II

Hello and welcome to Sophie Layton

Hello and welcome to the Like Love Want blog.

Our gallery now been open for over a month and we have loved sharing the inspiring art from our hand-selected artists with all our visitors – thanks for stopping by!

We have a new artist on board this week, a young printmaker from London called Sophie Layton. Her collection of monoprints are both atmospheric and contrasting and can all be viewed on in the gallery. The colours in Screen II below are so bold and dominant – they would take control of any lucky wall.

We will be blogging each week about new work, new artists and new developments which we hope you’ll like, love and want to hear about.