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Damien Borowik

Damien uses line to express mood. His work often consists of quick, choreographed movement - energetic and frenetic, bursting with excitement and passion. His contrasting use of black ink, juxtaposed with pillar box red, assists in intensifying the works real sense of temperament, potency and power.
 
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David Bottomley

Putting a distinctive stamp on the still life genre is a challenge but David Bottomley certainly pulls this off. How can one follow Van Gogh's "Sunflowers"? Bottomley paints them wilting in the full sun. As if personifying the weight of meanings laden upon them, mere things of beauty: flowers. It is this spirit of inquiry that suffuses his scenes. Hiis "Watermelon, Shell and Jugs" plays with the stripes common to each element in what could be a playful, knowing commentary or a respectful, show of gratitude to the interchangeability of all matter.
 
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Guillaume Bourieau

After studying life drawing in France over seventeen years ago, Guillaume Bourieau recently returned to his figurative roots, when in 2005 he began a life painting course in London. Since then he has continued to produce paintings of a figurative nature, and has more recently begun to explore the landscape in oils. Finding inspiration from artists such as Rembrandt, Vermeer, David Park, and Richard Diebenkorn, she intends to continue her Fine Art study in late 2006.
 
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Rachal Bradshaw Wills

"The creation of art has always been for the audience", says Rachel Bradshaw Wills, a self-taught artist who lives and works in Buckinghamshire. She describes her paintings as having an "organic aesthetic" tempered by a "modern, abstract" discipline . She recommends that her works are viewed "through emotions... the thoughts and feelings are all yours, whether they portray a passionate or loving symbolism."
 
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Diana Braescu

Braescu Diana is a Romanian born artist, living and working in the capital. She is one of Romania’s most acclaimed artists who now enjoys commercial success not only in her own country but throughout a growing number of European countries, including recently exhibitions in Switzerland, Denmark and Italy.
 
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Kate Braine

Kate seeks to translate her feelings and emotions on to the canvas. Finding great inspiration from the interplay of light form and colour she creates these wonderful abstracts.
 
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Cornelia Brand

The powerful combination of elements in Cornelia Brand's working life provides her with a didactic fusion of subject, content and emotion. As a police woman living and working in South Africa, Cornelia Brand's paintings are inspired by "… the changes that took place in South Africa and in my life, since democracy". Through her use of vibrant colour, Brand hopes to reflect the "multifaceted nation", where she lives. "My paintings are a reflection of my complex personality and adds meaning to my life and color to those of other" She says.
 
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Duncan Brannan

Duncan Brannan graduated from Kent University in 2007 with a First Class degree in Fine Art. Brannan explains how he explores his ideas of, “romantic, modernist, holistic ideals fit in a nihilistic, post-modern, multi-cultural society. Structure, order and chaos are counter pointed in the dialectics of the grid. The historical context of de Stijl is evident; its utopian idealism, use of the grid and reductive aesthetic are evoked in this attempt to build the reduced grid back up again with a language that is aware of post modernity whilst keying into modernist ideas.”
 
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Caroline Breen

Caroline Breen is a photographer and painter (with a particular penchant for donkeys and cathedrals!) who lives and works in France.
 
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Barbora Brezakova

Unusually, Barbara Brezakova shows a male figure standing, looking at her work. By choosing this representation, she indicates that her work is involved with decipherment. Barbara investigates the character and levels of understanding of abstract language. She says, " It indicates a primary level of communication – in my case searching for new visual narratives but also axiomatic stability. Also the essential element is mark which sometimes operates as the existential “here I am” and reflects the levels of life enthusiasm. " She seeks to record the intensity of life's experience. Indeed, the man's observation of visceral red disgorging out of an area of neutrality functions to convey her preoccupation with internal life, vulnerability and the transparency of the human condition.
 
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