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Elisabeth  Grosse

A cutting edge draughtswoman and highly acclaimed in her field, Elisabeth Grosse has worked with top designers Alexander McQueen & Matthew Williamson. Her fashion illustrations have recently been published as part of a book and she recently participated in a pop-up exhibition in London. Her fierce, long-legged amazons with broken edges that grace the Londonart site are the epitome of today's self-directed muse.
 
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Emma  Gunningham

The process and content of Gunningham’s work are inextricably bound together. Building up translucent vials of colour and form in a loose geometric structure, creates a sense of soft fluidity, a blurring of vision.
 
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Lee Guthrie

Lee Guthrie documents the passing of time by revealing tangible evidence of it. By highlighting the underfoot, often quite literally, and the generally unnoticed, Lee manages to capture the ageing process with these inquisitive and unexpectedly elegant images of the every day and seemingly mundane.
 
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Slo Gutierrez

SLO Gutierrez chooses to reflect some of his ideas of beauty by painting the ocean. "I consider myself as a painter, but overall as a manipulator of colours". SLO hopes to achieve the perfect combination of colour and light with which to capture beauty itself within the paint.
 
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Sergej Hahonin

SERGEJ HAHONIN Russian born Sergej Hahonin studied painting in Omsk then at Krasnojarsk Academy of Art in Siberia where he specialized in ceramics and pottery. His masterly depiction of the human figure displays his classical training and native skill, as a 4-year old child he won the award for the best painting in Soviet Union drawn by a pre-school child.He has enjoyed a long career as both a painter and curator in Russia and Slovenia. His work reflects the influence of Gustav Klimt’s art nouveau style, particularly his ‘Golden phase’, in his choice of female form as his main subject matter, his sensual and intense use of colour and frank eroticism. His dynamic use of paint integrates accident and the uncontrolled to express themes of passion and sexuality, he adapts art nouveau forms to a tribal style.
 
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George Hale

Starting with random brush marks and seeking inspiration from his own subconscious mind, George creates engrossing images that can be darkly sinister or charmingly playful. Whe he achieves both states in the same work, you find yourself unsettled yet strangely satisfied.
 
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Gerry Halpin MBE MAFA

'After a recent visit to Cuba, I became interested in painting groups of people and the way in which they related both together and within their environment. Whilst in the public Art Gallery in Havana, which is a wonderfully spacious building, I began to draw figures as they moved within the space and was intrigued by the way in which the forms shifted within the groups and how the interplay of light and dark on the walls at one point absorbed the figure and then threw it into relief. Neither the figure nor the place was important to the drawing in terms of their identity,and in fact the speed drawing exagerated the anonymity of the people. What became important, and the point of developing the work into paintings on my return to the studio, was the balanced abstraction of the spatial relationships which were created within an equally abstract space.
 
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