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Gordana Batic

Gordana Batic hopes to transcend current artistic fashions, principles and contemporary art theory by focusing on what he believes painting should offer the public at large in the 21st Century. Predominantly a figurative painter Gordana uses the figure to express his desires, aspirations and hopes. His optimistic approach to creating work not only reflects his artistic integrity but echoes a sense of harmonic balance which is fundamental to each piece.
 
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Deborah Batt

Although Deborah Batt’s extensive visual vocabulary enables her to work with a huge variety of mediums, in this latest series of ‘ flower’ images she solely utilises digital photography and computer generated manipulation to explore the juxtaposition of colour, form and shape.
 
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David Batty

David Batty's exhibition, collectively entitled " I didn't know that I knew" displays a series of works which focus on the pursuit of truth and balance. The collection has taken Batty three years to complete and reflects his own sense of dedication and creative development throughout that time. Batty comments, "Whilst creating "I Didn't Know that I Knew" I uncovered many lies, lies I once believed to be the truth! The problem with beliefs, is, we believe them to be true! It can be "hard work", to ask ourselves why we believe or disbelieve what we do or don't." Adding, "I've no intention of asking you to believe or disbelieve anything. Please view my work and think about what you think you see…This work is aimed at helping us to question our beliefs…Please enjoy the Journey through the exhibition and remember- 'The truth shall set you free.' For more information on this series of works please click here .
 
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Sylvia Batycka

Sylvia inclines to painting and drawing practice, however she works across wide range of media, originating personal means of expression through applying both traditional and innovative techniques. She works both from observation and reference pictures, altering the image, exploring transition from representational forms into the abstract ones. The themes of her work evolve around female identity, sexuality, urban environment seen as an entity, and their possible interactions. Sylvia is absorbed with both ends of vitality – decay spectrum and placing her artistic subjects on those peripheries.
 
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Sean Bennett

Do Sean Bennett's retro chic paintings feel familiar to you? Inspired by designs of the 1960's and 70's Sean's work entered the main stream in the early 2000's when the likes of Habitat, Waterstones and WHSmiths began selling prints of his work. Today his works are used by Habitat on posters, canvases and postcards and have proved to be some of Habitats best selling prints. Sean's artwork has also been featured in publications such as Elle Decoration, Living Etc, Sunday Express Magazine, FHM and New magazines. Sean now paints to commission, which he finds immensely satisfying; his work is collected by National and International clients.
 
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Jorge Berlato

There is a wide variety of styles apparent in the work of artist Jorge Berlato who has shown widely across Spain, Brazil and America. The pieces shown here span differnt media such as watercolour, screenprint and mixed media works. The artworks in this last category often seem to have sand as one of their main ingredients, perhaps reflecting the landscape influence of the sunny climes from whence the work takes its inspiration. His subject matter includes love, seasons, faces and dancers...nostalgic sentiments we can all identify which he selects to portray in a number of styles.
 
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Raffaella Bertolini

At fifteen Raffaella Bertolini began her formal training at the Liceo Artistico a. Martini College of Art in Italy. After moving to London in 1998 Bertolini became part of the underground art movement, 'Random Art' which she still has an influential role in today. Exhibiting in and around London, Random Art hope to collectively express themselves through media, film and art. She syas of her own work, "For me creating art is a way to release energy and express my inner soul; I love to watch people and observe the many different ways that they exhibit themselves, and then to recreate the idea on paper. I love colours, I use different media, I like to experiment with different styles and I never know what I am going to do next…"
 
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