3DDesign – Manchester School of Art

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Mark Finzel

Graduate Mark Finzel is showing new work at the Parsonage in Didsbury in February. Press release information below.

“Mark ‘s career has bridged acclaimed art shows and exhibitions to award-winning contemporary surface design for textiles, flooring and wallpaper. All his works are conceived from his own photography, with Finzel abstracting images from nature to create exquisite patterns that are bold and elegant.  His images are renowned for their intricacy and richness of colour, here rendered as unique giclée prints.  As a designer he has collaborated with famed furniture designer David Linley, and  was selected and awarded ‘Best New Designer’ by Sir Terence Conran
at the London Interiors Show.”

Mark Finzel 1

The exhibition is entitled THE ASCENSION OF PAN  “timeless themes from classical mythology blend with modern stylings to create a hallucinatory, ethereal display to create meditations on human beauty, eroticism, gender and mortality. ”

Exhibition runs from Sat 8th Feb to Sun 23rd Feb 2014
Opening times 10am – 5pm daily

The Old Parsonage
Stenner Lane
Manchester M20 2RQ

Elle Decoration: ‘Mark Finzel cannot be categorized. . .he seduces us.’

Sir Terence Conran: ‘Mark Finzel is definitely a name to watch.’

Naomi Cleaver: ‘Finzel’s designs are not just clever and of the moment, but also genuinely innovative and inventive.’

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This entry was posted on January 15, 2014 by in Graduate Projects.


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