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Steve Fraser

There is an intriguing blend of abstraction and figuration in the beguiling work of Steve Fraser, whose images are uniquely Scottish and of the borders. His work is imaginatively imbued with diverse narratives as he combines the depiction of flora, fauna and human figures with ancient mythological tales. The breadth of his vision is quite fascinating and makes a viewer want to know more...!
 
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Freshie Freshie

Freshie is offering a credit crunch 30% discount ! Born in London in 1960, Artist Freshie formed the Punk Goth band, ‘Alien Sex Fiend’, at the age of 21. As the bands Drummer, Artist Freshie toured the world, including Japan, and America, until leaving the band in 1985. On his return to Britian Freshie focused on his education and completed a degree in Graphic Design. Having now worked as a Graphic Designer for over twenty years, the last six months has seen a resurgence of his creative talents - which have now been channeled into his own visual art. Specialising in digital art Artist Freshie says, “I love digital art, it throws up unexpected forms and patterns you don't expect”, adding “I draw my inspiration from still continuing to exist.”
 
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Jason Frost

Jason Frost lives and works in the UK. Mainly working in Watercolour and Ink on paper, Jason's images have a distinct illustrational style and feeling to them. Although Jason produces rather haunting, black and white pen and ink drawings, two examples of which can be seen on the site, he focuses most of his time and energies on producing his delicate landscape works.
 
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Eiichi Fukuda

Eiichi Fukuda has as his focus, the distinctive differences between eastern and western artistic media. He brings them together in unexpected ways and celebrates the drama of their meeting. It might be imagined that they are a metaphor for cultural or even biographical moments. He exhibits regularly in London and Japan.
 
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Vikky Furse

Vikky Furse was an Artist in Residency in Antarctica this year. She has made a number of expeditions to Arctic Greenland travelling with Inuit hunters, and has developed a love of drawing and painting in Polar regions. Vikky takes portrait commissions, and also enjoys painting pictures with a story. She uses acrylic on canvas, and pastels and mixed media to give emphasis to her relaxed, gestural style which in turn perfectly reflects the intimate and friendly relationships she depicts.
 
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Olga Gal

Originally trained as a ceramicist, Olga now translates those 3 dimensional skills on to a 2 dimensional plane. Strong and powerful imagery is combined with equally fervent washes of deep earthy colours, often juxtaposing figurative imagery with bold yet soft blocks of colour. Using an essentially geometric structure she produces some well balanced and well executed paintings.
 
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John D. Gall

Gall’s imaginative, animated imagery take inspiration in the aesthetic beauty of mathematical equations, graphs, and symbols. Gall’s relatively small artworks ideally utilise different scales and perspectives, the minuet to the massive.
 
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Vruir Galstyan

Vruir Galstyan (1924-1996) is a well-known artist in Armenia and his works can be found in the collection of the Modern Art Museum (Yerevan), National Gallery of Armenia, State Tretyakov Gallery (Moscow), Museum of Oriental Art ( Moscow), as well as in many private collections all over the world. He was born in 1924 in Yerevan, Armenia and graduated from the P. Terlemezyan Fine Art College in 1958, going on to a post-graduate degree at the Yerevan Institute of Fine Arts and Drama. All the paintings represented here are now the property of the painter's family.
 
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Tove Gambetta de Gillham

Tove Gambetta de Gillham’s barbed-feathered painterly marks propel your vision in to a world of sensuous drifting colour.
 
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Keith Garrow

Keith Garrow likens his painting process to that of doodling. He begins constructing an image by making random marks on the paper or canvas, without any preconceived ideas at all of what the work is going to look like. Keith consciously studies the result to see if any of the marks suggest a way forward exploring any avenues that look promising. The process becomes a repetition of unconscious ‘doodling’ and conscious development, until he reaches a satisfactory beginning.
 
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