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yasmin khan

"I am an artist living in a lovely green allotment area in London. I get a lot of inspiration from the natural elements around me as well as textured metal and coloured glass. I use acrylics, resins and sometimes gemstones to some of my work,it all depends on the individual piece. Some of my textured work has art nouveau/medieval influence, which is a favourite, romantic time for me."
 
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Wafa Khan

Inspired by nature and the environment, Wafa Khan completed a BA in Fine Arts, Psychology & English Literature at the Govt. Viqar-Un-Nisa College in Pakistan before completing her MA in Textile Design and Surface Design at the Fatima Jinnah Women University, Pakistan in 2003. Her attraction to repetitive pattern and form, combined with her fascination in nature enables her to create these vibrant paintings on paper. Wafa Khan now lives and works in the UK.
 
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Rusudan Khizanishvili (gobejishvili )

Rusudan Khizanishvili is a young contemporary artist working in Tbilisi, the Georgian capital. With influences drawn from great artists such as Gauguin and Cezanne, Khizanishvili's work visibly acknowledges the history of painting and the paintings of the great masters. Her confident use of colour, combined with a palpable and often sensuous handling of oil paint demonstrates a maturity beyond her twenty seven years. Rusudan's approach to both the handling of paint and compositional construction reflects a healthy knowledge of what has come before her, while at the same time clearly display a contemporary set of values and codes of practice. Graduating with a painting degree from the Tbilisi state Academy of Art, Rusudan went on to complete an MA in Media in 2005.
 
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Helen Kholin

Helen Kholin produces powerful, intense artworks with a great energy. Her titles encapsulate the inspiration or narratives, which emerge out of her heroic tussle with paint. In each work, one may detect the visual shapes or effects that embody her ideas and emotions; passages of light, interlocking geometric forms or swirling curlicues of fancy. Her paintings speak confidently about life in a language we can all understand.
 
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Andrew Killick

Andrew Killick finds his inspiration from the countryside. “I look at nature and try to envisage my own interpretation with a vibrant use of colour.” He says. Killick, who has a studio set in The Royal Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK, is surrounded by one of England’s few remaining ancient forests, covering 27,000 acres of woodland. It has been the inspiration for many great artists and writers including JRR Tolkien, Dennis Potter and JK Rowling. Particularly inspired by the effects of the changing seasons his latest series of works are influenced by the autumn leaves. "I have drawn my inspiration from what the Japanese call 'momijigari' a phrase for the simple enjoyment of autumn leaves in all their finery. The pieces I produce share a commonality, yet each one is individual in its own right. If someone pauses just for a moment and looks at a painting, then I have achieved my goal.”
 
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ROBERT  KILSHAW

There is a sensitive handling of paint and unusual use of colour in the work of Robert Kilshaw. The paintings have strong graphic elements and most have a strong reliance on pattern. Works such as "Balancing the Sun" directly work with Japanese symbolism and this continues in the pensive figure in "Changing Times". There seems to be a Gauguin-like fascination for the interior world of the female, often seemingly Japanese figure. He obviously has excellent draughtsmanship and this is combined with a delicate scumbled use of oil paint where colour is something almost unassuming and tentative. It is almost as if he does not wish to intrude upon the space of the female under his watchful, caring eye.
 
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Alan King

Alan King's interest in the artists of the Surrealist movement, and his love of architecture, has led him to combine the qualities of computer software and traditional painting techniques to invent bizarre, uncanny environments. Strong, bold, and rich with colour, his digital images are extremely well created. King's technical knowledge and skill combined with his own sense of creativity and talent enables him to freely express what is in his minds eye at the point of creation. This results in some strong, vibrant and vividly surreal landscapes.
 
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Alison King

The delicate landscapes that Alison King paints have a quite unusual colour palette. Where one might expect a field in vivid green, one sees instead washes of mauve, mustard, turquoise, chartreuse and coral. These are combined ever so subtly to suggest the play of light over wide open spaces. She delights in the little dramas of rippling lake edges, shining white birch boughs, gurgling rapids and reed beds.
 
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Stuart  Kirby

As a self taught artist, Stuart Kirby has been painting professionally for the past three years. Stuart lives on the beautiful Sussex coastline and finds great inspiration from the surrounding landscape and from his extensive travels around the world. Stuart Kirby's work is in numerous private and commercial collections across the world including, the USA, Canada, Australia, Ireland, France, Belgium, Germany, Holland and the UK.
 
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Louise Ann Kirby

Louise Ann Kirby graduated from the Surrey Institute of Art and Design in 2000. Her unique handcrafted pieces are inspired by, “…the idea of installation and how a simple element repeats, emerge in the form of a collective.” she says. Often using canvas as her raw material Kirby hand stitches each element of the design on to chunky box canvas frames which have been handmade. Currently living in Bracknell, Berkshire, UK, her work is held in local private collections.
 
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