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Andy Insh

Attracted to both the beauty and the sadness of an inner city landscape, Andy Insh's paintings present us with an internal view of the city. The powerfully charged atmosphere of South London, usually so crowded with urban life and inner city turmoil is replaced with a sense of beauty, aloneness, silence, and solitude. It is here within the vacant depiction of empty spaces and silent streets that the power of his Andy Insh's paintings really lays. Insh was born in 1956 and from 1984 to 1988 studied at the Camberwell College of Art and subsequently Middlesex polytechnic, where he completed his Art Foundation and BA in Visual Arts. At the age of fifty Insh has already exhibited his work in over forty exhibitions in galleries across London, the UK and in Berlin where he has work in private collections.
 
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irum iftikhar

Irum Iftikhar uses a variety of different painting techniques which she mixes with tactile materials like threads, embroidery and beads to create fantasy worlds and landscapes which recall a lost golden age. "My work is escapism. It is primarily a reflection of my inner peace and happiness," she writes. "Having a background as an interior designer my passion lies in creating an environment that is serene, harmonious and away from the every day stresses and strains of life."
 
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Vahagn Igityan

Armenian artist Vahagn Tadevosyan began painting in between target practice while serving in the Russian army. Since retiring from service he has taken up painting professionally and now regularly exhibits at the Mkrtchian Gallery, Arevart and ARTMIX Gallery in Yerevan, Armenia. He is represented by the RobMar gallery in the UK. His paintings in mixed media on canvas recall the style of early 20th Century surrealists like Ernst and De Chirico.
 
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Edyta Ignaczak

Edyta Ignaczak is predominantly a printmaker who uses traditional drawing and printmaking methods as well as exploring advanced digital technology. Using her chosen medium to visually explore a subject or concept, her work is as much about the first mark on the page as it is the last. Through the layering of line and form Ignaczak creates a concentrated sense of history and a transparent sense of discovery in each raw and often emotional piece. Currently living in London her work is in private collections across the South of England.
 
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Katarzyna Ilyszyn

A figurative painter specializing in acrylic, Katarzyna Ilyszyn predominantly draws with paint. Entangled in an intricate use of frenetic line and complex colour formations her figures seem to undulate between the background and the foreground, emerging into the composition only to be swallowed again. Katarzyna was born in 1978 in the Silesia Region of Poland and now lives in Cracow, Poland. After completing her education at The State High School of Arts in Dabrowa Gornicza in 1998, she graduated from the University of Silesia, Fine Art Painting, in 2004.
 
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Noelia Inda

Predominantly a figurative artist, Noelia Inda uses paint as a medium for drawing. Her use of the painterly line, which often defines and encircles the central figures, helps to achieve a sense of movement and pattern across each composition. Born 1978, in Necochea, Argentina, Noelia Inda now lives and works in Bielefeld, Germany.
 
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Magnus Irvin

Magnus was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers in 1997. He has had numerous high profile exhibitions: The House of Commons, London, The Mall galleries, London and the Barbican Center, London as well as exhibiting widely in Europe.
 
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Sujith Ittan

Sujith Ittan is a Leicester based artist with an enchanting, naive style which is rich with eastern imagery and sensuous colour.
 
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Vladimir Ivanov

Vladimir Ivanov's paintings make you look twice...and then look some more... Highly imaginative, they are a compelling blend of abstraction, figuration, pattern and photorealism. Often 'trompe l'oeil', they play tricks on the eye with playful changes of scale from tiny to massive in the same composition. Often using tonal variations and striations, there is a skilful skewing and bending of forms in a style that is almost psychedelic yet also shows evidence of the contemporary influence of the digital on our perception.
 
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