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Peter Dadswell

Peter Dadswell's virbrant paintings are often inspired by songs, music and favourite composers. He also paints what he sees and the world around him.
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Nicola Dane

Nicola Dane creates imaginative, slightly macabre worlds utilising the very latest digital technology. Her work has been in numerous group exhibitions throughout the UK, which has more recently lead to solo exhibitions.
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Anna Davanzo

As an abstract painter, the concept behind Anna D'Avanzo's work portrays strong autobiographical elements that reflect and link directly to her emotional response to the landscape. She attempts to unravel the experiences of the moment from both external and internal points of view. This creative process, she says " incorporates a superstructure and the accidental potential that is fired up within it. This, combined with shifting picture planes as well as depiction of colour, allows conscious and well as unconscious shapes and forms to present themselves on the canvas. Butterflies, a flock of migrating geese, the vastness and intensity of a mountain range all add to the fragility and beauty of our changing landscapes. Juxtaposed with the forces of nature, it is this element of tension which is the starting point for the paintings."
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Yarah David

Yarah David was originally trained as a fabric designer at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee. After leaving College Yarah set her self up in business, producing large scale floral prints for wrapping paper designs. With the business firmly established, Yarah can once again concentrate on her true devotion, which is to produce these beautiful and original flower studies in oil on canvas. As unique pieces, her work reflects her love for nature and her passion for her garden.
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Jakob Davies

Jakob Davies currently is passionately investigating grand architectural forms. The works he shows on Londonart are complex linear complexities that paradoxically construct the image whilst at the same time, rendering it as hauntingly floating.
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Howard Davies

Howard Davies Recalling the Russian Constructivists of the early twentieth century Howard Daviesí brash abstract forms derive from Modernist architecture and industrial design. The monochrome works have the claustrophobic layers of an Escher, the ordered shapes of technology are set into free fall. Patterns from the manmade world are blended with shapes from nature in disturbed geometry, the images burst with bold energy expanding or constrained with in the forms.
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Julian Davies

A first look at Julian's work makes you think of colour: the colours are bright, vibrant and dynamic. The artistic inspiration comes partially from map reading and also from observations; therefore his landscapes are a mixture of real and imaginary places drawn in a graphic manner.
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Lawrence Douglas  Davis. NS

Lawrence Douglas Davis is a British artist living and working in Portsmouth. Although Lawrence Davis's figurative Sculpture could be seen as heavily classical in its style and form, his choice of medium gives his work a lighter more contemporary and somewhat more delicate twist.
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Kim Davison

Kim Davison's, semi abstract works find their inspiration from the human form and forms found in nature. Fluid and graceful, her work hopes to reflect our basic core emotions. Painting as a means of expressing her inner self, her work leaves a prolific visual trail of thought and in doing so reflects a universal sense of hope, love, passion and desire. Kim's work has been exhibited across Britain, including London's infamous Olympia Exhibition and is held in private collections across the UK.
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David Day

David Day's approach to creating art, offers the viewer an oblique and thoughtful perspective on the traditional masterpiece. His pieces such as Mona Copy and Munch Copy, use the minimal of words to reflect their original source. David Day's landscape paintings are created within and by the landscape itself. Each canvas is taken to an environment, in this case David's home town in Cornwall, and left for up to 3 months, or until the desired effect is achieved. The Canvases exhibited on londonart were attached to shipwrecks and a harbour wall in Cornwall. David's landscape paintings are displayed in our online exhibition in situ, but are for sale, and are intended to be hung on a wall in a conventional manner. David Day has worked for many years within the design and advertising industry and has recently exhibited with NABS in an Art Exhibition held at the Truman Brewery.
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