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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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Wendy Hyde

The space between music and art has always been a fascinating one and for Wendy Hyde it has proved to be an inspiration. Her work dedicated to the music of J.S Bach contains rhythms and pulses as well as the same harmonious flow of ideas and feelings. The purples bulge and ripple organically into the deep crimsons, creating a feeling of movement and balance. In other works flashes of white provide a lightning bolt of light which serves to illuminate the whole piece. Colours are suddenly given edges and the mindís eye works to turn these into forms. Like all great art, the viewer could see something new each time they looked at this. When the palette changes and she uses dark blues and yellows, the work evokes the power and mystery of the coming tide. Deeply influenced by the abstract expressionists of the past, Hyde uses these influences to create works that show her personal response to the natural world. Powerful and brooding, these paintings would grace any space and provide years of interest.
 
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Anna Hymas

Anna Hymas' work has been featured in The Guardian, The Sunday Times, The Independent, illustrated ceramics for Thomas & Rosenthal and bespoke rugs for Loomah. Anna has been commissioned by numerous high profile companies, including Tesco, Penguin Books, The Art Group and M&S. Her impressive client list also includes Channel 4's Big Brother, Company Magazine and the Terrence Higgins Trust. Anna Hymas completed her degree in 2000 from the prestigious Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and since then has exhibited across Britain and has works in numerous private collections.
 
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irum iftikhar

Irum Iftikhar uses a variety of different painting techniques which she mixes with tactile materials like threads, embroidery and beads to create fantasy worlds and landscapes which recall a lost golden age. "My work is escapism. It is primarily a reflection of my inner peace and happiness," she writes. "Having a background as an interior designer my passion lies in creating an environment that is serene, harmonious and away from the every day stresses and strains of life."
 
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Vahagn Igityan

Armenian artist Vahagn Tadevosyan began painting in between target practice while serving in the Russian army. Since retiring from service he has taken up painting professionally and now regularly exhibits at the Mkrtchian Gallery, Arevart and ARTMIX Gallery in Yerevan, Armenia. He is represented by the RobMar gallery in the UK. His paintings in mixed media on canvas recall the style of early 20th Century surrealists like Ernst and De Chirico.
 
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Edyta Ignaczak

Edyta Ignaczak is predominantly a printmaker who uses traditional drawing and printmaking methods as well as exploring advanced digital technology. Using her chosen medium to visually explore a subject or concept, her work is as much about the first mark on the page as it is the last. Through the layering of line and form Ignaczak creates a concentrated sense of history and a transparent sense of discovery in each raw and often emotional piece. Currently living in London her work is in private collections across the South of England.
 
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Mandy Ingram

Mandy Ingram's paintings reflect both a sense of fragility, and strength with equal allure. "My work is a result of a journey through which I have been exploring the perception of 'landscape." She says, adding, "I deal with the subtleties of surface, depth, texture and light which is cultivated from an emotional response to visual memory." Using intense and complex combinations of colour, Mandy Ingram's contemplative and reflective approach to painting creates landscapes which are powerfully emotive and markedly poignant. Since graduating from university with a BA(Hons)Fine Art Mandy has worked as a teacher of art and photography and has also undertaken environmental art based projects and commissions.
 
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Sergei Inkatov

Sergei Inkatov, an Estonian artist of Armenian origin, produces original and immediately recognisable paintings, and is achieving increasingly widespread international acclaim. His work has proved highly collectable in Moscow and St Petersburg, and he has enjoyed successful exhibitions in Germany, Spain, Finland, Russia, USA as well as Estonia. The renowned and influential Russian Museum in St Peterburg has recently voted Sergei as one of the top artists of the 20th Century and 14 of his works are being published in their commemorative book. At 40 Sergei is firmly on his way to achieving great success.
 
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Neil Irani

An urban commuter aesthetic is suggested by these cool, graphic prints that have a pared down, succinct language. They tell necessarily short stories in visual soundbites for people used to being on the move. Witty and iconic, they employ motifs associated with life in the London metropolis such as the tube sign and a silhouetted O2 arena, Juxtaposing elements such as old, red telephone boxes together with the bowler hat, one is reminded of the puns of Rene Magritte. The Spitfire that looks back at us continues this Surrealist theme.
 
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Talia Israeli

Talia aims for her paintings to ''confront and absorb the challenges that photography and digital imagery bring into visual reality'' Through these urban landscapes, she hope to raise social and psychological issues of contemporary existence.
 
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