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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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Maggie Garstang

Maggie Garstang is a figurative artist specialising in pastel and acrylic mediums. Maggie’s paintings carefully trace the outline of the female form as if pertaining to a black and white life drawing while her use of delicate washes of pastel colour help to bring a real sense of three dimensionality and life to the human form.
 
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Oman Gauchan

Nepalese artist Oman Gauchan paints the breathtakingly beautiful landscapes of Thakola region in the Himalayas, where his family have lived for generations. As a young man he was trained by his father (who also served in the British Army as a Gurkha) in the traditional style of Nepalese painting and then went on to complete his studies at art school in Nepal. Oman now lives in Colchester and works as a web designer. He says, "My inspirations comes from my country and the breathtaking view of the mighty Himalayas. These inspirations helps me to portray my imaginations and creativity to create a fine art." Oman also shows at the Ssyambhu gallery in Nepal.
 
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Joanna Geldard

Joanna Geldard is a Derbyshire-based artist who has developed a unique technique of stitching, knitting and printing onto textiles and fabric. She is inspired by the forms in nature.
 
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Sally  Gibbs

Sally Gibbs works in a variety of mediums, including acrylic, pastel and watercolour. Sally often mixes ceramic pastes in to her paint to produce varying degrees of mat texture. She then compliments this with gloss mediums and gold and silver leaf, to produce a fabulously contrasting silky effect to the surface of her paintings.
 
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Michelle Gibbs

Michelle Gibbs vibrantly coloured paintings are inspired by her travels all over the world, especially New York, Australia, Fiji, Thailand, Singapore and New Zealand. "From the blues and greens of the great barrier reef in Australia, to the orange and reds of the Fijian sunsets, travelling has brought vibrancy and energy into my work", she says "Through the unique combinations of colour and texture I am able to express my experiences and share them in a contemporary and abstract form. It is my aim to transform a space from a basic and simple room, into one filled with energy, inspiration, dedication and light." Michelle has a GNVQ in advanced art and design, and a degree in Interior Design. She works from her home studio in Portsmouth.
 
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Felix Gichuri

Artist Felix Gichuri resides in Nairobi, Kenya. He has an evident fascination with attenuated forms: blades of grass, branches of trees, ribbons unwound from gifts and rays of the sun. His choice of pared-down subject matter focuses attention on the movement in these stringy forms. They evoke acts of stretching or reaching out in supplication, maybe for warmth, to question, give thanks or worship. In wide open vistas, they seem to conjure up a world of freedom and agency to fulfil one's destiny or swim upstream if one so desires.
 
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Lloyd  Gill

Lloyd Gill's paintings aim to explore and question the notion of space and our reality of it. Lloyd Gill's fascination with trying to understand the universe, the relationship between spatial dimensions and perception, in conjunction with art and science, has led him to investigate and research some of the most recent and complex of scientific and theoretical ideas. Applying his investigative research and theoretical study, by reflecting and developing them within a visual language, Lloyd hopes to make his paintings, "depict a reality which represents more than three dimensions of space." After successfully completing his Fine Art degree, Lloyd Gill won the Governor's Prize, Student of the Year Award, and the Harry Walker Prize, 2002, at Bath's Victoria Gallery. Exhibiting throughout the UK, including the countries capital and major city galleries, Lloyd Gill now lives and works in Weston Super Mare, UK.
 
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