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Andy  Housham

Fascinated by popular culture, Andy Housham is one of a growing number of contemporary artists who aim to create contemporary Pop Art for the 21st Century. Specializing in acrylic and collage on canvas, his work is particularly inspired by television and the Punk culture which originated in the 70's. Each painted collage uses articles and pictures which relate in some way to the subject matter they are portraying. In the works entitled, Sid Vicious and Kurt Cobain, Andy hopes to portray the exploitation of the stars in the music industry, particularly how an individual can appear to become a product and buckle under the pressure of constant media scrutiny and adverse publicity.
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Neil Howson

As an artist, Neil Howson was inspired by his travels through the Indian landscape and has been exhibited in London galleries several times. Having picked up an MA in Art from Aberdeen University, he now paints blocks of colour that contrast and compliment. Flashes of white bring touches of life into the canvasses. In 'Father and Son', the subjects are ruduced to different sized boxes capturing ,in a quirky manner, the sensation of being close to a relative. Howson's mission is to bring reasonably art to his audience and is open to taking comissions for your specific requirements.
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Pavel Hrubisek

Pavel Hrubisek combines a traditional approach to painting with the newest technological advances. Where as most digitally versed painters might begin the first stage of image making by painting an image in the traditional sense, only then moving it on to digital manipulation and retailoring as the second stage of the image making process. Pavel works in completely the opposite sense. Beginning his creative process on the computer and finishing on the easel.
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Steve Lincoln Hubber

Steve Lincoln Hubber is a sculptor, painter, a photographer and published poet who trained with some of the finest in his field. He sells his artwork throughout London, the UK and overseas. His clientele include reputable collectors, interior designers, businesses and art lovers alike. As well as creating his own work, Steve works with internationally renowned sculptor Deirdre Hubbard FRBS in her Chelsea studio, London; who in turn worked there previously with Dame Elizabeth Frink. Recently Steve became an awardee from the Arts Council England. He also was involved in producing large scale sculpture for the Queen Mary Cruise Ship.
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Vikki Hughes

Behind all beauty there is a pattern. Each enigmatic subject belongs to a wonderful coded sequence. The relationship between art, maths and science has been discussed at great lengths over the years and Vikki Hughes is the latest artist to be fascinated by their crossover. Having studied science she now uses acrylics to create stunning works of texture and colour that demand closer inspection. Resembling computer sequences or magnified sections from graphs, these works are simultaneously contemporary and stylish. Hughes blends reds, greys and blacks to make images that are as aesthetically pleasing as they are loftily inspired.
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Pascale Hulin

Fascinated by symbolisium, Pascale Hulin refers to his work as, 'high relief symbolic explorations'. Using a variety of mediums, Hulin begins the first stage of his work by building and collaging, 'found elements', together. Collected over a period of time and on numerous walks through the countryside these elements establish a backdrop to the next stage of his creative process. "Then a new period begins with the giving up of the object for the subject: the maze." Hulin says, explaining "A way opens to symbolic exploration in my artwork. My painting is then fuelled with myths, and gives life to an artistic expression which reveals a deeper quest."
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Gerry Hunt

In recent years I have started each painting with purely formal, open-ended, classical Abstract Expressionist intentions, until some sort of figurative scenario presents itself to me. Whereupon, with as little sacrifice as possible of the pure painting so far achieved, I encourage a believable real scene to emerge. When I drew with charcoal on paper, which is how I first became aware of this possibility in my work, it usually resulted in figures and/or animals, caught in some rather strange and sometimes funny 'in between' situations. Recently, with slowly increasing success, I have begun to achieve this in my paintings. In order to approach the technical simplicity of using just a stick of charcoal, as I do when I draw on paper, while using oil paint on canvas, I have restricted my palette to the three primary colours and white.

Taken from exhibition information "stills from dreams" at the cafe gallery 2003.

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Oliver Huntrods

Oliver is a figurative artist living and working in Estoril, Portugal. Oliver paints pictures in colour and in Black and white. His black and white paintings tend to be highly pictorial, geometric and much less organic in form. Where as his instinctive earthy colour pallet lends itself to a more organic form of representation, which teeters on abstraction.
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Georgia Hurst

Georgia Hurst specialises in Acrylic paint on board and canvas. The effects of natural and artificial light and the way in which it refracts, shatters, and splinters, on a variety of natural surfaces inspire her work. "My work is a continuing exploration of the concept of Reflections and all its suggested metaphors - whether from light, in water, or in the way memories fragment even as we try to catch them".
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Samantha Anne Hutchinson

Samantha Anne Hutchinson grew up in South Africa where she studied fine and graphic arts and developed a love of wildlife and big landscapes. Her travels in Australia, Africa and Italy have been vividly brought to life in her paintings.
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