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Patrick Cornee

Patrick Cornée was born in Toulouse in 1962. A self taught artist Cornée lives in Mougins, a small village just North of Cannes, France. Inspired by a specific approach to making art, Patrick combines his love for his surrounding landscape with a technique called 'Automatic Drawing. Pioneered by André Masson, automatic drawing was developed by the surrealists, as a means of expressing the subconscious. In applying an element of chance and accident to mark-making, his work is to a large extent freed of rational thought. "I work with graphic arts, volume and nuances of colours; I would say that this symphony creates a poetic and lyric transfiguration." he says. Exhibiting his work across the World including, Japan, Britain, France, USA, Cornée's work is in many private collections.
 
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LIA COSTETCAIA

Lia Costetcaia is a Moldovan-born artist who studied at the Balti Art Academy and now lives and works in London. She says of her work: "Some people see art as a commodity – to buy and hoard until the price goes up. Or something to possess in the way that people used to own tigers, or countries or people. But art shouldn’t be so serious. I prefer mine, like life, with a little humour. I want my art to make you smile, cheer you on a grey day or remember a good time. Most of my pictures are memories, or some take on them, they are meant to make you happy – I hope they do".
 
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Maggie  Cousins

Maggie Cousins graduated from Bournemouth College of Art and Design in the late eighties. Since then she has exhibited across the UK and Europe. In 2007 she exhibited her work in New York and quickly established a strong following. A member of the Fine Art Guild and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Maggie Cousins has work in private collections in The USA, Spain and Australia.
 
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Penny Crofts

Penny Crofts uses a variety of mediums by which to best represent her subject matter. Penny's work reflects and documents her artistic journey by also adopting a number of styles and genres which are most suited to her present artistic vision. Exhibiting across London and the UK, her work is becoming well known for its sense of honesty and endeavour.
 
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Stephen Cunliffe

The essentials of painting are Edge, Surface, Colour, Paint and Line. By reducing a work to these formal elements the work is allowed to tell something of its own structure, its own lines and colour. The painting is symbolic only of itself.
 
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Susan Czopor

Leaving a ocular trail of her inspirations and aspirations, Susan Czopor's rhythmic oil paintings hope to reflect her thoughts and emotions on a two dimensional picture plane. Since graduating in the late nineties, Susan has had works in numerous exhibitions including the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Royal Academy, London.
 
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Dominika Czubkowska

Dominika Czubkowska has only recently begun to paint. Originally working as a photographer her passion for painting has grown in the last two years and she almost exclusively devotes her time to it. Specialising in oil on canvas her work aims to explore in a visual language "…the various states of mind, feelings, human thoughts and experiences." Dominika Czubkowska currently lives and works in Poland.
 
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