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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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Carl Jonathan Greenaway

Pouring and dripping paint on to the surface of the canvas, Greenaway’s fascination with the endless possibilities of oil paint combined with his concern with the environment, fuel these energetic paintings.
 
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Sharon Haward

Hawards organic abstract paintings are based around four main areas of visual and referential research; Geology, archaeology, astronomy and biology.
 
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Steve  Jamison

Jamison’s figurative paintings concentrate on the anatomical peculiarities of the human form.
 
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Mael Matthews

Matthews’ paintings draw on his skills and experience as a Landscape Architect. Huge ranges of innovative techniques are used in the search for texture and form, including the burning of paint and the addition of molten plastics and other textural mediums.
 
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Lars Schotzau

Lars’s exquisite photographs and striking oil paintings - as his titles describe, echo the sense of beauty found in the human form and spirit.
 
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Alejandro Thornton

Alejandro Thornton has a particularly playful sense of humour and a natural ability to capture movement with a minimal use of line. Among Alejandro’s obvious natural talents, these two attributes enable him to produce these wonderfully whimsical works.
 
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David  Watmough

David Watmough was born in Lincolnshire where he spent the early part of his career. In 1972 he moved to London to Study at the Slade School of Fine Art, London. The knowledge and technique David Watmough has acquired, in a career spanning over 30 years has become his anchor rather than a dead weight, and with each new work his creativity enlightens. "I believe that a picture can make a difference to a person's life - particularly a hand made image." Says David - and in him and his work we believe too.
 
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Charles Willmott

Charles Willmott has been painting since the early 1960's. During 1991 his first one-man show was staged at London's Mall Galleries. In more recent times Charles has performed with the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and the Royal Ballet. This dedication to the stage and performance achieved him a finalist place in the prestigious Garrick/Milne Prize. Today Charles's divides his work equally between Portraiture, Female Form and Dance.
 
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