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Yoni (ova 1) by Michael Petry | The Big Egg Hunt

Michael Petry is an American artist, curator and author who has lived in London since 1981. He is the Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) London. His books include Installation Art (1994), Installation in the New Millennium (2003), The Art of Not Making: the new artist artisan relationship (2012) and Hidden Histories: 20th century male same sex lovers in the visual arts (2004). In 2010 he became the first Artist in Residence at Sir John Soane’s Museum, and last year he had a one man show ‘The Touch of the Oracle’ at the Palm Springs Art Museum.
Petry’s egg is unique in the hunt as it is made from hand-blown Murano glass, at the Berengo Studios in Venice, who are sponsoring his egg.
Sponsored by Berengo Studios, ItalyGlass work by Silvano Signoretto

YKB by Martha May Ronson | The Big Egg Hunt

Martha May Ronson was born in Britain and is a fine artist and curator. After graduating from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in 2012, she is now a Fellowship student in the MFA program at the Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. Her practice primarily explores dimensionality, shape and colour. Her exhibitions include ‘Dream Machine’, Central Saint Martins, London, 2011 and ‘Marie the Ninth Passenger’, Kunstraum am Schauplatz, Vienna, 2010.

Winter Scene by Daisy Clarke | The Big Egg Hunt

Daisy Clarke studied Fine Art and Ceramics at Camberwell College of Arts, and went on to take an MA in Communication, Art and Design at the Royal College of Art. Her painting has an otherworldly quality, instilled with magic and a dream-like serenity. Her individual style imbues a strange, unsettling atmosphere where fragile women and animals inhabit a melancholic landscape.
Her exhibitions of 2011 include ‘Small wonders’, Sarah O’Kane Gallery, Lewes, ‘Crash’ judged by Matthew Collins at The Charlie Dutton Gallery, London and was also shortlisted for Rise Art.

Which came first? | The Big Egg Hunt

Which came first? News . Which came first? It’s the age old debate – which came first: The Chicken or The Egg? As part of The Lindt Big Egg Hunt our intrepid mascot, Eggbert, wanted to settle this debate once for all in the most eggstreme way possible.  Eggbert and his nemesis, The Chicken, have been launched 33km to … Read more

Where Did Anna Go? by Hanna Melin | The Big Egg Hunt

Hanna Melin was born in Sweden. She graduated from the Royal College of Art, London, in 2002 after finishing an MA in Visual Communication. Hanna now works and lives in East London as an illustrator and maker. She sells her prints and homewares in galleries and online shops throughout the world. Her editorial work attracts clients including: Volkswagen, The Guardian, The New York Times, Nokia, Halifax, Aviva and PC World.

Untitled by Cassie Howard | The Big Egg Hunt

Cassie Howard makes paintings that examine the interaction of people within society. She is interested in the role the artist has in directing the viewer.
Cassie’s subjects are people. The figures are sometimes paired with separate paintings of public objects such as park benches, sheds, and rows of trees. The people and objects are always presented within a white space devoid of any surrounding context. The viewers bring their own history to imagine what is missing.
Cassie’s exhibitions include ‘Salon’ Eleven, London in 2011 and 2013, and a solo show, ‘Group Portrait’ at The Third Space, Belfast in 2012.

Untitled by Jessica May Underwood | The Big Egg Hunt

Jessica May Underwood is a print designer, watercolour and pencil artist. Jessica graduated from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design with a BA in Graphic Design and Illustration. She lives in California. Her appreciation of older ways of working, botanical drawing, costume design and classic literature leads Jessica to create work which advocates attention to detail, fed by meticulous pencil studies. Her work in editorial, publishing and logo illustration is known for evoking a mood and essence through line quality and detail.
She has worked with clients including Harrods, Katy Perry, InStyle, Katy England, and Alexander McQueen.

Untitled by Jack Newling | The Big Egg Hunt

Jack Newling has exhibited internationally since graduating from the Royal Academy Schools, London. He was selected for the Bloomberg New Contemporaries in 2007 and 2009.
His work is held in the UBS and Zabludowicz collections as well as various other private collections in Europe and the USA. He had a solo exhibition in 2011 entitled ‘Then again’ at SPACE, London. In 2012 Jack Newling received the Glenfiddich International Artists-in-Residence Award.

Two Sides to Every Egg by Chris Bianchi | The Big Egg Hunt

Chris Bianchi, born in Malta, is an artist-illustrator living and working in London. After completing his degree he went on to the Royal College of Art where he co-founded the periodical publication LE GUN. He is also co-founder of quarterly magazine Bare Bones.
He has exhibited his personal work in galleries such as Daniel Blau, London/ Munich, Suzanne Tarasieve Loft 19 Paris, Bourouina Gallery Berlin, Neu Gallery London and Gallery Fake Tokyo.
Chris also works for a wide range of commercial clients including GQ Magazine, Channel 4 UK, Hewlett-Packard, Levis, Belvedere Vodka and Red Hot Chilli Peppers.


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