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Desmond  O'Reilly

Desmond O’Reilly has been painting and drawing since he was a child. After completing a degree in art education at St Mary’s college, Belfast in 1997, Desmond has gone on to successfully combine his career as an artist and a teacher. Influenced by photography and the everyday, Desmond works cross genre, from the stillness and transparency of floral images, portraiture and landscape to the chaos of stampeding horses. “ I want to try and transfer the wealth of warm and vibrant colours which can be found in our natural surroundings.”
 
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Mr Ulrich Osterloh

Ulrich was born in Germany in 1969 and has been living in London since 1988, with various work and study phases spent in Berlin and other parts of Germany, as well as in France and Italy. Ulrich studied Fine Art at Goldsmiths' College under John Wood, Elma Thubron and Ferris Newton and since then his work has been exhibited at galleries in London, Germany and the United States.
 
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Agata Padol

Do you see eternity in each petal? Agata Padol paints the natural world with a reference to each flower's place in the Universe. Whether using the magnolias and vanillas of autumn or the crisp blues and yellows of a summer's day, the artist creates work with movement, light and energy. Further texture is created through the inclusion of a variety of small shapes, dotted or spiraling across the canvass. A graduate of the School of Fine Art, Katiwice, and the Academy of Fine Art, Poznan, the artist has aquired many admirers across Poland and the world. Her work shows intricacies of the natural world and shapes and parallels that exist within it.
 
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Dragana Pajkovic Dodig

Transforming the inspiration from nature into shapes and colours Dragana organize her paintings into, what she calls 'the order of associative abstraction'. Her ideas and forms derive from nature and relate to nature but are enclosed in abstract form. In fact, Dragana actually incorporates organic materials in her work: sand, palm tree bark, and crushed stone, all find their use. They help to illustrate gentleness or roughness of the landscape shown.
 
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Charlie Parker

Although Charlie had recognized his drive towards painting in his early teenage years, he decided not to take formal training in the arts. He finds pleasure in painting landscapes, seascapes and people. His landscapes often include an element of surreal in them but his portraits always try best to mirror the physical features of the sitter as well as to capture the essence or character of the subject. He mostly like working on commissions which challenge the painter to explore the character of the model.
 
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Usha Parmar

Initially Parmar’s paintings seem to lie within the realms of the purely abstract. On closer investigation her beautiful and persuasive use of line and form disclose an interest in the animated displays of animal behaviour.
 
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Pete Parr

Pete Parr's inspiration comes from life itself. Finding his inspiration in the landscape and his surrounding environment, from the familiarity of his cat to his respectful portrayal of the most famous British fighter aircraft of World War II the spitfire plane, his work aims to uplift and stimulate our emotional responses.
 
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Jeanne Peach

Zhanna Pechugina is a Still Life painter specialising in Watercolour on Paper and Oil on Canvas. Her fresh and vibrant use of colour and genial arrangements of objects, reflect a sense of playfulness and joy for the simple things in life.
 
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Stanley Peach

As a photographer and as a painter, Peach combines interesting subject matter with an artist’s eye for the keen detail. His photographic work speaks of modern social issues as he creates powerful images of punks and pink clad Russian women. His stunning portrait of Jasmine shows her true beauty as clear brown eyes shine from beneath her veil, whereas the image titled ‘contemplation’ shows the strain of living in the modern world. In other works he uses cryptic symbolism as he photographs a neatly stitched up pear. As a painter he focuses on the same issues, taking complex and interesting subjects and skilfully painting them in unusual situations. Passionate, humane and deeply skilful, this is a multi-talented artist who has a very bright future. We are absolutely delighted to exhibit his work here at LondonArt.
 
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Zachary Peirce

Londoner Zachary Peirce is a confident oil painter who applies the paint with thick, impasto daubs often fretting the surface to create added tension. He has recently completed a series of 30 paintings relating to the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster and its ongoing aftermath. Images 1-7, displayed here, represent different stages of this exploration "and attempt to convey something of the atmosphere of decay, abnormality and threat that exists in the 30 kilometre exclusion zone that was created around the destroyed reactor". The Financial Times described them as having "an architectonic splendour crossed with a mood of decay and threat." Peirce's figurative work shares the same brooding atmosphere as his architectural pieces. Peirce was born into an artistic family (his grandfather is the famous American painter Waldo Peirce) and studied Fine Art at Middlesex University. He was recently shortlisted for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.
 
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