Meraki: Karen and Ian Record

Dates:7 August 2014 to 20 August 2014

11am to 5pm (except Monday)

For more information about this exhibition, please contact 07772 912661

A Greek word meaning the soul, creativity, or love put into something, the essence of yourself that is put into your work.










Both Karen and Ian identify with this sentiment. Their work is dominated by a sense of natural beauty. Work produced by a love of beauty and form. Dominant imposing pieces that are talking points, pieces that speak for themselves.

Karen and Ian live and work on their historic ship moored on the River Medway.

Karen works predominately in oils and oil pastels. She also uses gold leaf and enamelled copper wire. Karen’s work is driven by the essence of beauty and form. Large dominant pieces that sit well alone or as a group.

Ian works in found steel from around the marina. Old anchor chains and whatever else he can find. He produces steel sculptures left to rust that sit beautifully in a garden setting.

Both artists believe passionately that art should be accessible to all and with that in mind they have produced work that caters to all budgets.

Both artists are happy to receive commissions.