Ed Kluz

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About

Ed Kluz

Ed Kluz

Ed Kluz is an artist, illustrator and printmaker. His work explores contemporary perceptions of the past through the reimagining of historic landscapes, buildings and objects. The ideas of early Romanticism, the Picturesque movement and antiquarian representations of topography and architecture underpin his approach to image making. He has a particular interest in the eccentric, uncanny and overlooked – follies, lost country houses and ruins provide a constant source of inspiration.
As a designer and illustrator Ed has recieved commissions from the V&A, Faber, Folio Society, John Murray publishers, Little Toller Books and St Jude’s fabrics.
Ed was born in 1980 and grew up in Swaledale, North Yorkshire. He studied fine art at the Winchester School of Art between 1999 – 2002. He now lives in East Sussex.

Archive

<i>Hope End House  (chapter border)</i> 2017 pen & ink on paper 12 x 9½ ins, (30.5 x 24.1 cm)
<i>Hamstead Marshall (chapter border)</i> 2017 pen & ink on paper 12 x 9½ ins,
<i>Holdenby House (chapter border)</i> 2017 pen & ink on paper 12 x 9½ ins, (30.5 x 24.1 cm)
<i>Worksop Manor (chapter border)</i> 2017 pen & ink on paper  12 x 9½ ins, (30.5 x 24.1 cm)
<i>Ruined Gate Piers</i> 2017 scraperboard 2¼ x 3¼ ins, (6 x 8 cm)
<i>The Ruins of Holdenby House</i> 2017 scraperboard 5 x 16¾ ins, (13 x 42 cm)
<i>Hamstead Marshall on fire</i> 2017 scraperboard 8 x 10 ins, (20 x 25 cm)
<i>The East Facade of Hamstead Marshall House</i> 2017 scraperboard 8 x 10 ins, (20 x 25 cm)
<i>View of the Inner Courtyard of Holdenby House</i> 2017 scraperboard 8 x 10 ins, (20 x 25 cm)
<i>Restoration London</i> 2017 Collage & Mixed Media 39½ x 59 ins,
<i>Christchurch, Spitalfields</i> 2017 Collage and Mixed Media 33 x 39½ ins,
<i>Chipping Campden</i> 2017 paper collage with mixed media  73 x 105 cm, (28¾ x 41 ins)
<i>Hampstead Marshall</i> 2017 paper collage with mixed media 73 x 105 cm, (28¾ x 41 ins)
<i>Worksop Manor</i> 2017 paper collage with mixed media 73 x 105 cm, (28¾ x 41 ins)
<i>The Ruins of Carclew House, Cornwall</i> 2017 scraperboard 2¼ x 3¼ ins, (6 x 8 cm)
<i>Chipping Campden House on fire</i> 2017 scraperboard 8 x 10 ins, (20 x 25 cm)
<i>The Gothic Temple, Eaton Hall</i> 2017 scraperboard 8 x 10 ins, (20 x 25 cm)
<i>La Fenice, Venice</i> 2016 Collage on Board 35 x 47.25 ins,
<i>Royal Opera House</i> 2016 Collage on Board 35 x 47.25 ins,
<i>La Scala Opera House</i> 2016 Collage on Board 35 x 47¼ ins,
<i>Blenheim Palace</i> 2015 Mixed Media & Paper Collage on board 13.75 x 48 ins, (34.92 x 121.92 cms)
<i>Hamstead Marshall</i> 2014 Collage & mixed media 31½ x 43½ ins, (80.01 x 110.49 cms)
<i>Coleshill House</i> 2014 Collage & mixed media 31½ x 43½ ins, (80.01 x 110.49 cms)
<i>Old St.Pauls Cathedral</i> Mixed Media & Paper Collage on board 35 x 48 ins, (88.90 x 121.92 cms)
<i>Lichfield Cathedral</i> 2015 Mixed Media & Paper Collage on board 35 x 47¼ ins, (88.90 x 120.02 cms)
<i>Hampton Court Palace</i> 2015 Mixed Media & Paper Collage on board 39½ x 59 ins, (100.33 x 149.86 cms)
<i>Holdenby</i> 2014 Collage & mixed media 31½ x 43½ ins, (80.01 x 110.49 cms)
<i>Wanstead House</i> 2014 Collage & mixed media 31½ x 43½ ins, (80.01 x 110.49 cms)
<i>Castle Howard</i> 2015 Mixed Media & Paper Collage on board 13 x 47 ins, (33.02 x 119.38 cms)
<i>Kings College, Cambridge</i> 2015 Mixed Media & Paper Collage on board 33 x 40 ins, (83.82 x 101.60 cms)
<i>Wentworth Woodhouse</i> 2015 Mixed Media & Paper Collage on board 13 x 47 ins, (33.02 x 119.38 cms)
<i>Chatsworth House</i> 2015 Mixed Media & Paper Collage on board 32 x 40 ins, (81.28 x 101.60 cms)
<i>Temple of the Winds, Castle Howard</i> 2015 Mixed Media & Paper Collage on board 24 x 22.75 ins, (60.96 x 57.79 cms)
<i>The Mausoleum, Castle Howard</i> 2015 Mixed Media & Paper Collage on board 24 x 20 ins, (60.96 x 50.80 cms)
<i>Cannons House</i> 2014 Collage & mixed media 31½ x 43½ ins, (80.01 x 110.49 cms)
<i>Crystal Palace, Hyde Park, 1851</i> Mixed Media & Paper Collage on board 39½ x 59 ins, (100.33 x 149.86 cms)
<i>Lincoln Cathedral</i> 2015 Mixed Media & Paper Collage on board 35 x 47¼ ins, (88.90 x 120.02 cms)
<i>Westminster Abbey</i> Mixed Media & Paper Collage on board 35 x 48 ins, (88.90 x 121.92 cms)
<i>Eaton Hall</i> 2014 Collage & mixed media 31½ x 43½ ins, (80.01 x 110.49 cms)
<i>Garth Hall</i> 2014 Collage & mixed media 31½ x 43½ ins, (80.01 x 110.49 cms)
<i>Radcliffe Camera</i> 2015 Mixed Media & Paper Collage on board 37 x 47 ins, (93.98 x 119.38 cms)

Biography

Solo Exhibitions

2015 Quercus Gallery, Bath
2014 The Architecture of Enlightenment, The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh
Nostalgia & Progress: Illustration after the Second World War, The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery, University of Leeds
Ed Kluz In Conversation, Mascalls Gallery, Kent
The Lost House Revisited, Mascalls Gallery, Paddock Wood, Kent
Old and New Friends, Pentreath & Hall, Rugby Street, London
Designing the Everyday: from Bloomsbury and Ravilious to the present day, The Towner, Eastbourne Designing the Everyday talk with St Jude’s artists, The Towner, Eastbourne
2013 The Fry Art Gallery, Saffron Walden
2012 The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh – ‘The Drawing Room’
Liverpool School of Art – ‘The Ghosts of Gone Birds’
The Rochelle School, London – ‘The Ghosts of Gone Birds’
Scampston Hall, North Yorkshire – ‘British Printmaking’
2011 Mottisfont Abbey, Hampshire – ‘Cutting Edge. The Art of Paper’
2010 The Bankside Gallery, London – ‘St Jude’s in the City’
Residency at Newby Hall, North Yorkshire
2009 V&A – ‘Cherry on the Cake’
1999-2002 – Winchester School of Art – Fine Art Painting

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