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Milan Bobek

Milan Bobek was born in Prague in 1973. After spending two year studying in Prague, Bobek moved to America to continue his studies at The Art Institute of Chicago. After completing his study Bobek continued to live in America working as a free lance artist for a further three years before moving back to the Czech Republic. Specialising in Acrylic on canvas he has shown in numerous group exhibitions and solo exhibitions in the Czech Republic where it is held in private collections.
 
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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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Brian Brooks

Brian Brooks has been exhibiting internationally since the 1970's with work held in private and public collections throughout Europe, the USA and Latin America. Brian has a natural talent for translating the visual world onto a two-dimensional picture plane. Utilising digital technology and computer software, his paintings use photography as a point of reference rather than a tool for direct imitation. His integral understanding of colour and perspective equals his command for pattern and repetition with an elegant and refined painting technique.
 
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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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Renate Buckley

Latvian artist Renate Buckley describes herself as "primarily a portrait artist", although she creates interesting abstracts which come from “my inner thoughts from a moment in time.” She studied at the Latvian Academy where she explored classical Russian drawing in the studio of Ludmila Perets. She now lives and works in London.
 
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Gerard Byrne

Dubliner Gerard Byrne is a self-taught painter and electrician. In recent years he has enjoyed considerable commercial success as a painter and has sold work to the Guiness Collection as well as the Department of Justice, Foreign Affairs and, naturally, the Electricity Supply Board! He regularly exhibits at the Gorry gallery in Dublin and has shown in New York and Berlin. Byrne uproarious, often satirical social scenes are painted from the imagination using catalogues as a reference for faces. His landscapes, street scenes, charcoal drawings and still life reveal a different sensibility; a careful observationist and chronicler of life as he sees it. He cites his influences as Sean Scully, Van Gogh, Gaugin and Matisse.
 
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Mary  Cahalan

Mary Cahalan, also known as Pixi, is an emerging Irish Artist. Mary's fiery colours and passionate approach to mark making, combined with the figurative narratives which seem integral within all her paintings, create a real sense of energy and power.
 
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Lynne Cartlidge

The still lives of Lynne Cartlidge are some of the most subtle you will ever see, undoubtedly. Suffused with light and barely there, her compositions are understated but incredibly engaging. It is fitting that one of her compositions is entitled "Tulips with gauze curtains" for in fact, her domestic tableaux seem to be somehow veiled by light itself, making the subjects more distant and piquant. Embracing a largely cool palette, even the hot, bright accents she uses at times are presented in saturated colours, including red poppies, which is no mean feat! Her palette is unusual and perhaps influenced by the Cornish painters, whose work reflected the bright light of the region.
 
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