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Dana Puhosh

Concerned with conveying energy and spirit, Dana Puhosh paints across a variety of genres, yet there is an unmistakeable style to this talented artist's output. His landscapes of Tenerife, Portmeiron or Cesky Krumlov are simultaneously realistic but bursting with intense colour. Equally at home with abstract compositions, this is an artist with his own vision and approach to life, who struggles with the fear of his own mortality. He speaks of how "his suppressed fear makes him live an intensive life, his busy mind cannot ease, he grabs every moment, continuity and variety create the image of freedom in himself".
 
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G .N Qazi

G.N.QAZI is fascinated with the old architecture of Sindh, one of the four provinces of Pakistan. Centering on his hometown of Thatta, his paintings depict the yellow dusty lanes, and habitual bazaars. Inspired by the old 'havelis', a term used to describe the traditional private residencies in Pakistan, his work particularly focuses on the old wooden balconies which are associated with them. “Through these old buildings, with beautifully chiseled out patterns, doors and windows, I try to reflect the architecture of days gone by when it was not technology but human skill and effort that created and built marvels.” Currently living in London his work is due to be exhibited later this year. Qazi has exhibited prolifically in both one man and group exhibitions across Pakistan and has works in private collections across the country.
 
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Neelofar  Rafique

By using soft and oil pastels in primary colours, Neelofar makes art to capture the life of the garden and the beauty of the natural world. She creates work showing a variety of plants and trees in mints, lemons, azures and purples, as well as the insect inhabitants of the park. Her art is easy on the eye and would be effortless to live alongside.
 
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Lou Reade

Having obtained a degree in Fine Art, Lou Reade now paints emotive pieces currently dealing with a pre-occupation with bikes and the quirky prettiness of everyday scenes. Her work is has a contemporary feel but does not cast aside traditional artistic styles and techniques. Having exhibited around the USA and the UK, Reade now has found a home on Londonart, and we are delighted to show her. She also creates edgy, atmospheric portraits, remniscent of X-rays, creating images that show beauty is not just skin deep. Young and very talented, we look forward to sharing more of Reade's work in the future.
 
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Jacqueline Read-Szymczyk

Winning the Rugby Open 2011 First Prize with the large pen and ink drawing “The Tao of the Sea and The Wind”, inspired Jacqueline Read-Szymczyk to spend a year creating pen and ink works. 6 of these were bought by the White Swan Hotel in Stratford upon Avon. Her work is exhibited widely in the UK including London and has been in overseas exhibitions in Washington DC, London, St Petersburg and Cairo.
 
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Gia  Revazi

Giorgi Revazishivilli's is essentially a landscape painter working in Oils on Canvas. Her unique way of framing the canvas before she begins painting, then incorporating it within the painting, really does help her works to become windows on to a moment in time.
 
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Oleg Riabchuk

Oleg Riabchuk is an extremely versatile artist who can turn his hand to any number of subjects with great dexterity. He is equally comfortable with portraying architecture, nature or sentimental figurative scenes. Yet perhaps what each painting has in common is the quality of light. A warm glow seems to pervade throughout. There is always a lot going on yet somehow paradoxically, the images suggest tranquility. The rippling of a stream and early morning mists; the warmth of sun on snow or the fragility of dandelion clocks or a child's cupped hands playing hide and seek. There is a definite sensitivity in his treatment of these classic themes.
 
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Marco Ronga

Marco Ronga's distinctive approach to the human form comes from his training as an Architect. Marco approaches his figure as 'plastic volumes or as surfaces lying in space';, rather than personalities or spiritual beings in familiar environments. This is not to say that his paintings aren't emotive, on the contrary, the strong sense of a mood or emotion is created by his strong use of colour, in particular his use of blues and yellows. Marco Ronga lives and works in Venice.
 
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Svetlin  Rusev

In his more intricate works, Svetlin seems to take the geometric patterns of Op-art and gives them an organic makeover, creating a vibrant collision of recurring motifs that swirl and tangle as if given a life of their own. 'Orange Bird' has a simpler composition, though the result is no less exotic.
 
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simone  scafiti

Whether it is springtime, the heights of summer or the plummeting depths of another icy winter, these pictures will bring a slice of sunshine and little bit of the sweet life. Caruso’s handling of the Italian landscape is beautiful, elegantly crafted and unique. By using a citric palette of blues and yellows, the artist manages to give the illusion of light, joy and vitality to her work. The canvass containing the still life with a flower pot particularly caught my eye for the way that the white and red petals seem to sing against the blue backdrop. This is stunning art that could not fail to light uo any room on any day, regardless of the weather.
 
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