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Liz Balogh

By looking into her soul and painting the scene with a creative flair, Balogh creates work that can compare against the best in this genre. Her still life artworks depict all manner of creatures and scenes from nature, especially from the idyllic countryside in Scotland. She combines the exquisite blues, yellows and purples in order to create wonderful images of the landscape and its joyful inhabitants. These are incredible works of technique with each petal and blade of grass captured perfectly and with a skilled hand. The rolling glens and valleys look incredibly inviting to the viewer and would decorate any home. When Balogh turns her hand to capturing flowers, she succeeds in creating beautiful, intricate and lively images. The leaves she paints glow with the warmth of a sunny day and each detail comes to life within the image. Already a big success in her native Hungry, we are delighted to show her art on this site. We hope you enjoy looking through her work.
 
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Jo Bansall

The evidence of a classical training is clear to see in Jo Bansall's work. Each painting in oils is titled with a different month, which lends a pensive feel to the still lives; a sense of time passing and the changing cycles of the year. Each ensemble, made up of plant forms or man-made object, is portrayed naturalistically and with a straightforward simplicity; seemingly at the same table covered with a white tablecloth. Each time, with the light coming in from the open window to the left. This tells a story of true dedication to the artist's craft.
 
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Gordana Batic

Gordana Batic hopes to transcend current artistic fashions, principles and contemporary art theory by focusing on what he believes painting should offer the public at large in the 21st Century. Predominantly a figurative painter Gordana uses the figure to express his desires, aspirations and hopes. His optimistic approach to creating work not only reflects his artistic integrity but echoes a sense of harmonic balance which is fundamental to each piece.
 
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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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