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David Batty

David Batty's exhibition, collectively entitled " I didn't know that I knew" displays a series of works which focus on the pursuit of truth and balance. The collection has taken Batty three years to complete and reflects his own sense of dedication and creative development throughout that time. Batty comments, "Whilst creating "I Didn't Know that I Knew" I uncovered many lies, lies I once believed to be the truth! The problem with beliefs, is, we believe them to be true! It can be "hard work", to ask ourselves why we believe or disbelieve what we do or don't." Adding, "I've no intention of asking you to believe or disbelieve anything. Please view my work and think about what you think you see…This work is aimed at helping us to question our beliefs…Please enjoy the Journey through the exhibition and remember- 'The truth shall set you free.' For more information on this series of works please click here .
 
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Colin Bellwood

Bellwoods portraits and still life’s combine traditional subjects with a modern and fresh process of image making.
 
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Amy Bernays

After completing her BA at Central St Martins College in 2001, Amelia Bernays' work has gone from strength to strength. In 2003 she had two high profile exhibitions which have led to a number of prominent sales. Her work is now held in numerous private collections in Beverly Hills and Los Angeles and her most recent work is represented in collections across London and the UK.
 
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Raffaella Bertolini

At fifteen Raffaella Bertolini began her formal training at the Liceo Artistico a. Martini College of Art in Italy. After moving to London in 1998 Bertolini became part of the underground art movement, 'Random Art' which she still has an influential role in today. Exhibiting in and around London, Random Art hope to collectively express themselves through media, film and art. She syas of her own work, "For me creating art is a way to release energy and express my inner soul; I love to watch people and observe the many different ways that they exhibit themselves, and then to recreate the idea on paper. I love colours, I use different media, I like to experiment with different styles and I never know what I am going to do next…"
 
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Anne  Blankson-Hemans

Hailing from Ghana and based in the UK, Anne Blankson-Hemans brings a special vibrancy to her street scenes and tabletop still lives. Her attention to detail brings a documentary feel to these often exotic vistas, though she eschews photorealism in favour of comic-strip immediacy and bright colours that focus attention on key subjects.

Like Yinka Shonibare, Blankson-Hermans finds inspiration in those multi-hued fabrics we describe as 'African' and as an associate member of the Society of Women Artists, she has clearly found her metier.

 
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Rebecca Elizabeth Blow

The expressive drawings and paintings of Rebecca Elizabeth Blow are extremely memorable due to the unique way she draws with a series of marker crosses, anchoring the forms in place. From there, she works more energetically in certain parts of the image to endow the figures with real weight, often through a dense, black line. Her figure drawings and nudes are well observed yet also imaginatively dwell in the coloured surroundings of the figure, becoming semi-abstract. her unique style has a certain humour but also great pathos.
 
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Gabriel Bodnariu

Gabriel's work is pointient in its commentation on society. His impressive manipulation of oil paints is fascinating. He creates complex views and combines them with surrealist-inspired compositions. Gabriel is definitely one ot watch out for as he produces more and more intoxicating masterpieces full of symbolism.
 
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David Bottomley

Putting a distinctive stamp on the still life genre is a challenge but David Bottomley certainly pulls this off. How can one follow Van Gogh's "Sunflowers"? Bottomley paints them wilting in the full sun. As if personifying the weight of meanings laden upon them, mere things of beauty: flowers. It is this spirit of inquiry that suffuses his scenes. Hiis "Watermelon, Shell and Jugs" plays with the stripes common to each element in what could be a playful, knowing commentary or a respectful, show of gratitude to the interchangeability of all matter.
 
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Cornelia Brand

The powerful combination of elements in Cornelia Brand's working life provides her with a didactic fusion of subject, content and emotion. As a police woman living and working in South Africa, Cornelia Brand's paintings are inspired by "… the changes that took place in South Africa and in my life, since democracy". Through her use of vibrant colour, Brand hopes to reflect the "multifaceted nation", where she lives. "My paintings are a reflection of my complex personality and adds meaning to my life and color to those of other" She says.
 
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Jeanette Buckley

With inspiration coming from both urban and rural settings, Jeanette Buckley paints the world as it feels. As an endlessly inquisitive artist, she uses the cities and countryiside of her northern home to find colours and patterns to create interesting artworks. In some paintings she cretaes figurative abstractions that capture the bohemian atmosphere of bottle-littered Amsterdam bars. In others it is the icy trees and low lying sun of a winter's scene; days when the air feels tight against your skin. Often, she moves into complete abstraction, creating sunswept, intense vibes that glisten with inner warmth. By using the key figures of 20th Century art as a starting point, Buckley creates warm and affecting works that would grace any room.
 
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