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Pauline Bradley

The figure is the basis of Pauline Bradley’s work. “A persons personality as expressed through body language often tells us more about their real feelings than words, which are frequently used to mislead or disguise the true nature of emotions. My work has always been concerned with the intimate inner emotions experienced by people, as expressed through their specific and particular body movements.”
 
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Emma Clark

Clark reflects her passion for the visual world by pulling on an eclectic mix of influences; a medieval reliquary or Indian carving, a pattern on a Victorian plate, a snippet of conversation that she might find emotive.
 
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Tom Clifford

Clifford's seascapes offer a captivating view of the ambiguous divide between sea and sky.
 
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Peter Rodulfo

Peter Rodulfo was born in 1958 and studied at the Norwich school of Art and Design from 1975 - 1979. The son of, Monty Rodulfo, a British Intelligence Agent, Rudolfo spent much of his childhood traveling across India and Australia, before later settling in Norfolk, UK. With a professional career now spanning over twenty five years, Rodulfo has produced a prolific and constant output of work. Utilising a variety of mediums and techniques his work crosses, painting, sculpture, collage, relief and construction. "I work largely from memory and imagination." he says. "I am more interested in the inaccuracies of memories than by their precision, and so my work treads the borderline between dreams and reality. "
 
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Rachel Alleyne

Alleyne's delicate veiling of large cutting expanses of rich seductive colour create paintings that allow the viewer a moment of contemplative reflection. Following in the footsteps of some of the great artists in history, including, Stanley Spencer, Paul Nash, Ben Nicholson, Uan Uglow, Paula Rego, William Coldstream, and Rachel Whiteread, Alleyne trained at the Slade School of Fine Art from 1992 - 1998. Rachel Alleyne has won many awards, including, The 'Dolbey Travel Scholarship', which enabled her to travel and exhibit in Barbados, where she produced some of her finest seascape paintings. Her most notorious show to date, 'In Turner's Footsteps', was held at the Tate Britain Gallery, London, and celebrated the work of her contemporaries, and acknowledged the legacy of William Turner. Rachel Alleyne's work is in private collections across the UK and abroad.
 
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John Baldock

Using a variety of materials and tools, John Baldock creates mainly abstract pieces that marry the requirements of the client with his own creativity. Drawing from many influences, the fundamental elements of his work are shape, texture and colour.
 
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Emily Beza

Beza’s impressive ambition enables her to produce a comprehensive trail of creativity.
 
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Marcus Bishop

Marcus Bishop is a ‘free form’ painter. Listening to music, he allows his mind to clear of daily thoughts and cares and then relinquishes his deep felt emotions on to the canvas. Each painting is started and completed in one session, in the hope that it will reflect the intensity of emotion he experiences while painting.
 
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David Briggs

Briggs’s recent paintings concentrate on the ambiguous divide between sky and land and sea and shore.
 
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PATRICK BURKE

Patrick Burke is obviously greatly influenced by the work of the Late American Abstract Expressionist, Mark Rothko. Similar to Rothko’s characteristic paintings, Patrick Burke uses large rectangular bands of colour and layers of thin washes of different hues to create a pulsating often-hazy quality. However, where Rothko’s colour palette often produced the effect of calmness and contemplation, Burkes vivid, fresh spectrum seems to refresh the senses rather than calm them.
 
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