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Csaba Janosi

Csaba Janosi was born in Szatmárnémeti, Rumania-Transsylvania in 1962 and now lives and works in Hungary. Janosi studied Graphic Design, Printing and Sculpture under Professor Hajnalka Parádi and Ioan Sasu in Szatmár’s School for Music and Fine Art. Later, while completing his military service, he was commissioned to produce a large scale painting for the army which after finishing his service inspired him to become a professional artist. His painting, ‘Women washing in the creek-side’, was bought by Laura Bush in 2002 during a visit to Szentendre. His work has now been exhibited internationally and can be found in private collections in Hungary, the USA, W-Europe and Canada.
 
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 JEL

Inspired by Kandinsky and Miro's confident use of colour, and U.S Pop artist Robert Rauschenberg's use of collage, James Lockley's abstracted paintings and collages express and record the world around him. For James the actual act of painting is just as important as the end result as it allows him time to escape and reflect the frenetic speed of everyday life.
 
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Dale Rhiannon Jenkins

Dale Rhiannon Jenkins is a talented artist new to Londonart. Her drawing skills are exemplary and she has experience of many commisions under her belt. Shown here are more recent works based on London's transport system. Painted in a style reminiscent of the Italian Futurists they capture the motion of rush hour and imply movement and commuter life.
 
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Jo Jenkins

“I want to suggest a mystery which paint can suggest by applying layers of texture and colour. I try to suggest a depth and ambiguity where foreground and background mix, some areas are partly revealed. Some blanked out. I hope that the viewer will see something different every time they stand in front of my work” she says. Inspired by Peter Lanyon, Tapies and Porter her paintings are often a reflection of her travels, and although her work is essentially abstract there can be no doubt that it is enriched by the landscape. Having spent many years teaching Art, Jo Jenkins has recently retired and now enjoys life painting full time at her base in Chester, UK.
 
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Inge-Marie Jensen

Born and raised in sunny South Africa, Inge-Marie has been influenced by the bold way of life and colourful scenery. She obtained her distinction in Graphic Design Diploma III majoring in illustration, and has a strong sense of the fine art. She loves to paint in any medium and has many styles to show for this. Inge-Marie now lives and works in London, where her work reflects a strong foundation in drawing skills and design. Her illustrations and paintings have been used for Editorial, Publishing and Advertising projects, while some work in her portfolio has been specially commissioned by clients. Please take a look at her new collection of work.
 
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Michael Johnson

Michael Johnson finds inspiration in Cubism, the 20th century avant-garde art movement that revolutionised European painting and sculpture. Just as the cubists broke up and analyzed, re assembled and abstracted form, Johnston deconstructs objects and arrangements and re assembles the image, often depicting several view points and angles within one image. This technique allows Johnson to play with the sense of depth and the viewer's interpretation of the picture plane. Michael Johnson lives and works in Newcastle upon Tyne, in the North of England.
 
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Alison Johnson

By expressing the power of light playing amongst the water drops, this artist shows the abstract, surreal side to the natural world. Her seascapes follow a deep tradition which Johnson modernises and adds her own feminine, decorative touch. Blues and yellows sink below a piercing white surface as oceans and landscapes drift in and out of a sweeping hazy mist. The sky appears deep and brooding, the colours revealing a darkness that battles with the flashes of light. When shapes and figures do reveal themselves they appear lost and fragile against the infinite space of the world around. Such is the atmosphere contained in these works they could easily be viewed as pure abstractions, each detail vital enough to stand alone. These are truly astonishing pictures that need to be viewed up close to be appreciated.
 
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David Jones

So much great art is inspired by the travels of the artist. In this collection, David Jones looks back upon his childhood in Arabia and paints images that speak of the disorientation, invigoration and exhilaration of living in a society very different from his own. By using familiar shapes and forms, he places messages in the centre of each artwork, sometimes about his host country, sometimes about his own feelings at the time. The symmetry of the forms holds everything together harmoniously, while the choice of colours compliment and enliven each other wonderfully. By using different materials, Jones creates interest and ensures that each picture has its own unique charm and style. Certainly unique, Jones’ work is proving a big hit on the site and is popular with anyone who likes modern, creative artworks. By using historic influences to inspire inventive and contemporary works, this artist has made a portfolio that stands out from the crowd. We hope that you enjoy looking.
 
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Susan Jones

Susan Jones finds great inspiration from Greek and Roman sculpture. This is reflected in her forms and in the tactile and textural surface quality of all of her works.
 
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mathew jones

Mathew studied Fine Art at Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, where he trained as a painter. In his recent work he has been exploring the effects of corrosion, creating residual images from chosen items placed on various surfaces, inspiration coming from the human body.
 
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