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Peter Gyenes

Peter Gyenes’ a Hungarian artist explores the representation of familiar things and the way in which the dramatic effects of light and shadow alter how we perceive every day routine objects. Although Peter also produces figurative works, he is best known for his Still life images, which hang in private collections throughout Europe.
 
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Sergej Hahonin

SERGEJ HAHONIN Russian born Sergej Hahonin studied painting in Omsk then at Krasnojarsk Academy of Art in Siberia where he specialized in ceramics and pottery. His masterly depiction of the human figure displays his classical training and native skill, as a 4-year old child he won the award for the best painting in Soviet Union drawn by a pre-school child.He has enjoyed a long career as both a painter and curator in Russia and Slovenia. His work reflects the influence of Gustav Klimt’s art nouveau style, particularly his ‘Golden phase’, in his choice of female form as his main subject matter, his sensual and intense use of colour and frank eroticism. His dynamic use of paint integrates accident and the uncontrolled to express themes of passion and sexuality, he adapts art nouveau forms to a tribal style.
 
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Nichollas Hamper

Over the last twenty years Hamper’s art work has appeared in many publications across Britain. His work is like conversing with an old friend, even if you are not familiar with the artists name.
 
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Sancho Harker

Sancho's work is largely exceuted via pencil and paper thus carrying the associations of hard labour, time spent covering the page with a sharp point. His story is an unusual one and these works could be viewed as the result or expression of great pain. Certainly, there are signs of weaponry and sharp edges cutting through the images and the variations in the chequerboard background create the effect of disorientation. Inspired by Surrealism, he makes use of silhouetted female forms to provide soft curvaceous relief.
 
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Phill Hatton

Phill Hatton's work represents a search for the aesthetic and enigmatic, to which end he often uses devices such as focal variation and colour manipulation. Although predominantly figurative, a variety of subjects inspire his paintings, including cinema, dance and mythology.
 
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Catherine Hayes

Catherine trained at Wimbledon School of Art gaining a First Class Honours. After working in Sotheby's for ten years she is currently raising a family of three in Surrey. Somehow she has found time amongst her maternal duties to begin painting again! She is keen to work on a commission basis and her style of child-friendly art as pictured here will be sure to be of special appeal to Londonart's younger visitors...
 
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Pat Hedger

Pat Hedger's large scale depictions in Acrylic on canvas of collections of stones and pebbles would make a beautiful addition to any home or office space.
 
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Peter Heuscher

"Painting for me is another dimension of language." Says Peter Heuscher, adding, "It is a passion - a creative process that allows a more active perception of the world, and accentuates empathy." Seeking to visualise, "people's emotions and longings", together with a desire to capture the beauty of the landscape, Heuscher has created a hundred paintings in just over three years. Born in Zurich, Switzerland in 1943, Peter Heuscher now lives and works in Queensland, Australia. His work can be found in numerous private collections in Australia, America and Europe.
 
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Kelly Hood

Kelly Hood is a Dublin-based artist who works in photography and mixed media. She takes her inspiration from the natural world.
 
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Helen Hopkins

Helen is a practised artist having studied under professional artists at classes over the last seven years. Her speciality is using colourful heavy body acrylics on a large scale: not something every artist can manage. Her style of chunky brushstrokes is daring and carried out with great zeal. On the other hand, Helen appears to be equally versatile whichever media she adopts including watercolours. So whether it is audacious, gestural, thick paint you enjoy or bright gutsy watercolours, then Helen's style will certainly accommodate both tastes.
 
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