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Sturla  Strand

Sturla uses a mixture of techniques in creating his images. Some of them are developed in a traditional way, in a darkroom; others are played with by using Photoshop. Sturla prefers working with a photograph digitally, because it gives him overall control with the result and look of the work. He is interested in shapes, lines and shadows; generally speaking in a form of an object. His inspirations come from various motives and places; most of his shots are taken locally to his home, in Son, Norway.
 
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Anna Styrc

The work of Anna Styrc is colourful, imaginative and highly charged. Taking her inspiration from nature, she creates paintings in mixed media and acrylic, whose surfaces appear to be constantly moving. She makes deft use of the palette knife to create a rich array of textures and at times adds metallic effects to capture the energy of life and the environment breathing.
 
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Arisa Tabaku

With a free and easy style, Arisa Tabaku's enjoyment of painting really comes across. The lyricism of her figurative works, especially "Girl Bathing" is further emphasised in abstracts such as "The Universe". Only an artist immersed in the creative process could so confidently produce such a clear work of sheer pleasure! In works such as these, one is reminded of the child-like wonder of artist Paul Klee. Her London-based paintings also benefit from that same energy. With their lilting brushwork, they describe the sights of this great capital with the artist's, colourful and quirky approach.
 
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John Talbot

Sometimes, one happens across paintings to which the first response just has to be: "Wow that's clever!" This is one of those instances. Talbot's acrylic entanglements appear to be intricate cutouts, fabricated from flimsy card or humble corrugated cardboard. Referencing Japanese paper art or shadow puppetry, these contemporary trompe l'oeil filigrees are not without painted irony. Is it a coincidence that one painting is entitled "Philly"?! They satisfy on a conceptual level too as the dynamic diagonals of "Le Grande Escape" cannot free themselves from the confines of the painted edge; whilst even the fictional name "Torokolo" evokes Tokyo metro lines, circling round forever.
 
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Peri Taylor

Peri Taylor's vibrant watercolours are created by wet-on-wet watercolour painting. Wet on wet also known as wet-in-wet, is a painting technique in which layers of wet paint are applied to previous layers of wet paint. This technique requires a fast way of working, because the art work has to be finished before the first layers have dried. "I love the challenge of painting a model, working wet on wet with watercolour and ink. I enjoy mixing the flesh tones from two colours to give a subtle effect." say's Taylor. The history of the technique goes right back to the origins of oil painting, and was used by several of the early Netherlandish painters. Taylor who finds her inspiration in the places she visits, colour and light, often travels from her base in Bristol, UK to find her inspiration. "I love Italy, especially poppy time at the end of May beginning of June, in Umbria and Tuscany." she says, adding, "Although poppies are such delicate flowers they give such a splash of colour in the fields."
 
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David Taylor

David Taylor studied Architecture and Design at the London Design School. His career as an Architect led him to travel extensively, visiting many countries and diverse landscapes across the world. This experience had a powerful effect on him and initially inspired him to begin painting. Taylor uses his visual memory as his main point of reference. By manipulating the oil paint with palette knife and brush, he builds a sense of depth and atmosphere which reflects some of the dramatic weather conditions he so enjoys painting. Looking to Turner for inspiration he hopes to create, “an almost religious and mystic quality to his work.”
 
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Sam Te Tau

Sam Te Tau draws on an eclectic mix of influences. Aboriginal and Maori art are reflected in his use of symbolism and cosmetology while his confident handling of colour and painterly form echo the works of Mark Rothko and Colin McCain.
 
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Linda Tennant

Linda Tennant is an artist who never misses the key details which makes any scene beautiful. Whether it is the horizon stretching on for eternity on a summer's evening, or the prickly grass in the field, she captures the essence of the view perfectly. She is the owner of her own gallery which she works from throughout the week but we are pleased to also offer you the chance to see her work. As a deeply versatile painter, Tennant is equally at home showing the sun dripping down over Venice as she is commissioning portraits. Through the warmth of her palette and the fine points of her forms, she creates work that is popular with collectors around the world.
 
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Carola Eleonore Thiele

Carola Eleonore Thiele is based in Hamburg, Germany and studied at HAF Hamburger between 2007-2009. In recent years she has participated in several group shows in Germany especially at the Galerie Kunstbörse in Wusterhausenand been selected for online exhibitions at kunstplattform, artfolio, arte-mea and art-offer. Her paintings are distinctive for their fable-like quality. She says, "Art is like a dream you`red dreamed before. Like a picture that has itself manifested."
 
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W Thompson

For Wendy Thompson Painting is, "about exploring the depths of my own imagination". Using colour to illustrate her emotions and expressing her ideas through form and narrative, Wendy hopes to produce paintings that connect with the viewer on an emotive level, giving them something to treasure for a lifetime.
 
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