Graduate Art Prize 2015 Shortlist Announced

With the Graduate Art Prize now in its third year, Works in Print and Herbert Smith Freehills are delighted to announce the shortlist for this year’s competition. Finalists were chosen from a nationwide selection of graduating students, with entries from 30 different Universities from all corners of the United Kingdom – making this year’s Prize […]

Prize Winner Alecsandra Raluca Dragoi

Works in Print are very excited to announce that the winner of this year’s Art Graduates Prize is talented photographer Alecsandra Raluca Dragoi from University of Portsmouth. Alecsandra was awarded the £1,000 prize at a prestigious Private Viewing on 6th November at co-sponsor Herbert Smith Freehills’ offices, in the heart of the City of London. […]

Art Graduates Prize 2014 Shortlist Announced

Works in Print and Herbert Smith Freehills are excited to announce the shortlist for this year’s Art Graduates Prize. Entries were open to any graduating artist from any UK university and we had a very high standard of entrants following a hectic summer of talent scouting at degree shows! 22 shortlisted artists have been selected […]

Soho Sculpture Prize 2014

Works in Print are the interface between the art, business and design worlds. Through WiP, you have access to an unrivalled catalogue of artists who we represent, or through our consultants, access to an ever evolving global art market. We make sure the art world is at our fingertips, by not only working fairly with […]

Patrick Simkins

I’m privileged to say I was the first artist working in ‘original paintings’ to partner with WiP. Already a rising company working in prints, Patrick and I were able to discover a suitable route he could take WiP down in respect to original pieces of work. Since that time, the WiP team have managed to […]

Trisha McCrae Owens

Trisha Owens, Pink Tree. Print.

The term ‘art’ certainly has a big remit but it’s the underlying aspects that make good art stand out, whether it is a piece of music, a film, a poem, a performance or a painting.  For me, a work of art has to initially grab me with some sort of aesthetic emotion, a visceral reaction […]

The Price and Value of Art by Colin Ruffell

Colin Ruffell, London Daybreak. Print.

There are several formulas that artists adopt for determining the price for their art. A simple formula just tots up the costs of making the art and adds something on top, bearing in mind that a gallery will usually double the artist’s asking price, add tax, and come to the price for the public to […]