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John Jukes Johnson

The work of John Jukes Johnson is created using a wide variety of methods. The works shown here comprise monoprint and textural collages on paper; often using phototransfers on paper or canvas. The works are abstract and at times contain elements of figuration. They employ grid formats and geometric shapes. The use of sand in "Marginals (2 panels)" somehow evokes the textural works of Alberto Burri, whilst at times the artist's art is redolent of Enrico Baj or Robert Rauschenberg with his use of photographic montage. A number of different Modernist art languages are cited and together there is a play between the textural surface and the space of the picture as a window. Throughout, there is seemingly an allusion to the ephemeral and a claim for the freedom of the artist to use whatever means necessary.
 
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Konrad Juscinski

Konrad Juscinski was born in 1977 in Gorzów, Poland. After graduating from the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan in 2002 he has exhibited his work in numerous exhibitions throughout Poland and more recently Europe. Dividing his time between Gorzów, Poland and Cork, Ireland, his prolific talent has seen him produce sculptures, paintings and installations.
 
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Gudawer Kalirai

Gudawer Kalirai is in partnership with Jane Dorner who uses glass to make swirling colour gestures and to paint in light. Her technique allows the distortive qualities of the blowing, heating and shaping processes of glassmaking to add dynamism and depth. Gudawer’s work complements this by sensitively manipulating the colour, light and shape to reflect the already inherent interplay between intention and happenstance.

Jane starts with a pâte de verre embryo form made from a paste of coloured glass powders ‘painted’ into a pre-prepared plaster mould and then fired. The ‘canvas’ is opaline glass which gives a ghostly effect at the edges where the clear glass from the furnace interacts with the edge of the original. The embryo is picked up in the hotshop on a bubble of molten glass, encased in more glass, blown out and shaped.

 
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Sasho Karapeev

Bulgarian artist Sasho Karapeev works in batiks and on canvas using acrylics, oil and mixed media. His decorative, folk style has wide appeal and attracts private collectors from all over the world..
 
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Sharmina Karim

Born in Paris in 1971 of French and Sri Lankan origin, Sharmina Karim’s abstract paintings are influenced by both cultures. Texture is a guiding principle of her work. Allowing the images to evolve instinctively, Karim balances both textured and smooth surfaces along side matt and high gloss finishes. In doing so Sharmina Karim hopes to achieve a sense of flow, movement and transformation which parallels her own experiences and ethos of life. “In most of my work, I mix flowing and shifting shapes complemented by a geometrical precision which probably reflect my desire to attain perfection”. She says.
 
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Daisaku Kawada

Daisaku Kawada produces highly complex, fascinating images. Each canvas exploding with geometric form and line, creating the most wonderful kaleidoscopes of colour and pattern.
 
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Rima  Keating

Combining traditional skills and techniques with modern technology and application, Rima Keating creates these wonderfully intricate compositions in acrylic on paper. After completing her studies in Art and Design in the mid 90's, Keating has worked in Graphic Design, Illustration, and the Accessory and Jewelry Design industries. Originally hand drawing each design she then adds and enriches her work using the latest computer software. Each print is of a limited addition and is signed and dated.
 
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Kate Kessling

Kate Kessling is an exciting new artist working in a broad range of media. She has long been fascinated with buttons and has one of the largest collections of buttons in the UK. Her ' button pieces' are vast mosaics; each piece containing over two thousand individually sewn buttons. Using the latest in high resolution digital printing, Kate has discovered a new and vibrant technique with which to produce her button images. Each print is produced in a small edition on Fine Art paper to Archival standards by Contrary Press. Kate exhibits widely and she recently sold out at the Affordable Art Fair in Battersea. She is currently working on a set of her prints for Habitat which will be launched in 2008. Kate Kessling was born 1967 and studied at Goldsmiths, London, in the late 1980’s.
 
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Biayna Khachik

At twenty two years of age Biayna Khachik is currently living in Armenia where she is studying Architecture. Seeing her self as a painter and designer she predominantly focuses on still life compositions and works mainly in watercolour, and pastel, on paper, and oil on canvas.
 
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