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Iryna Kitayeva

In this work an image of a bird is wonderfully reduced to its most simple base parts and shown as an expression of the creature. Set against a deep red background, the squares and forms make up the image of the bird without seeking to represent it naturalistically. Her handling of a sunset uses the same technique to great effect, showing the component parts of light and shadow playing against a distant horizon. Her formal pieces show that she can paint the human form with a technically talented hand and am imaginative style. Her work is unique and graceful and would make a welcome addiction to any collector’s home.
 
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Joshua Knox

Building on the grand tradition of dystopian, quasai-religious nightmares, Joshua Knox creates art which creeps into the subconscious. It is the stuff of nightmares and shadowy corners, smokey visions hazily recalled in the darkness. Using monotone blacks and greys in claustrophobic intensity, he intimidates his audience with the jet black outlines of his ghoulish figures. This is not work for the feint hearted, and neither was it intended to be. For the discerning connoisseur of darkness, these works are a real treat.
 
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Dana Koheji

Dana Koheji is one of our artists living, working in London. Her work aims to document London's constant development and growth. In her LondonArt exhibition, she reflects the celebrated expansion and progress of the London Docklands area.
 
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Evangelos Konstantelos

Evangelos Konstantelos is a London based artist, poet and philosopher. He gained a Ph.D from the University of Salford in 2013, writing on the terror inflicted by the military and the concept of victimhood. He investigates meanings that concern the contemporary individual and reflects notions from the great tank of ideas, history. His main interests include the concepts of socio-historic Imaginary, Autonomy, War, Democracy, State and the futility of human existence.
 
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Malgorzata Korenkiewicz

Malgorzata Korenkiewicz is a figurative painter working in Oil on Canvas. His enthusiasm for life and his passion for painting is clearly reflected in his art. His depiction of figures in movement combined with his energetic painting technique creates a real sense of energy and vivacity within each work.
 
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Tatiana Kourpagiannidou

In these riotous paintings the colours and forms leap from the canvass. By combining the corners of her imagination with a deep appreciation of her influences, the artist creates dazzlingly effective works. The mixture of big, bold, primary colours and softer, pastel tones create the wonderful light and expression in the paintings. Some works contain figurative motifs, while others are a collision of pure abstraction. Perfect for a gift, this art would bring light and movement to any room.
 
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Piotr Kowalczyk

Piotr Kowalczyk’s current series of works naturally fall in to two separate series’ of works. The first series of works are graphic drawings which are based on playing with the viewer’s imagination. “I make up stories puzzled of mysterious elements combined together, which the viewer is to sort out. “ he says, adding, “…your emotions are to lead you to the solution which is always different , depending on who is watching .” The second series of works collectively entitled, ‘Playgrounds’, are an, “…interpretation of situations which are not necessary real. It’s kind of micro world which transforms in a biological satellite maps“. This series stems from his fascinated of Art Nouveau. Piotr Kowalczyk graduated from Henryk Hoffman’s Painting studio, Poland in 2002. He has many diverse influences but cites Dali, Starowieyski, Rothko, and Zao Wou Ki as the artists which most inspire him
 
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Gosia Kryk

Gosia Kryk trained in Naleczow and Gdansk Academy of Fine Arts. Her oil paintings neither tell stories nor manifest any social or political point of view: when painting she remains silent in a particular way. Working in a more formalist way, she concentrates on technical issues, colour composition and aesthetics of the picture. "I do not paint only for myself, I do not need to..... I would like to wake up sensitivity to beauty in people watching my art."
 
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Ludmila Kufel-Rutowska

These canvasses contain a thick atmosphere that engulfs the viewers as they look on. Beauty is shown in its eerie oddness and the emotions of life are laid bare for all to see. A couple share tea in a room of blue, their ritual one of unity but their body language is one of distance. You can almost feel the silence. In ‘Cut Down’ figures are shown incomplete, their body parts forming a collage of heads and legs all reclining together and dreaming. Her abstracts have an organic quality as cells or seas are shown for their intangible wonder. Through the use of big, bold colours against muted, pastel backgrounds she makes the work jump out from the canvass and create a striking image. Definitely talented, and already popular with collectors here at LondonArt, she is an artist to watch out for in the future
 
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