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David  Watmough

David Watmough was born in Lincolnshire where he spent the early part of his career. In 1972 he moved to London to Study at the Slade School of Fine Art, London. The knowledge and technique David Watmough has acquired, in a career spanning over 30 years has become his anchor rather than a dead weight, and with each new work his creativity enlightens. "I believe that a picture can make a difference to a person's life - particularly a hand made image." Says David - and in him and his work we believe too.
 
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Frank Hill

A Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Frank Hill has a natural affinity for colour and form. Using delicate and refined hues and washes of colour, his work is intrinsically graceful, elegant and full of atmosphere and charm. "Essentially my interest is portraying elegance which is the reason for using ballet as a subject. I believe it is possible to make an elegant painting whatever the subject. Just groups of people in a well balanced composition with a pleasing colour scheme can look extremely elegant." Frank studied painting at the Waltham Forest School of Art. He subsequently spent a number of years working as a designer and illustrator for various design and commercial art studios, before concentrating solely on his painting
 
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Slava Groshev

Crisp, vibrant and sharp, Slava' Groshev's figurative work could easily lull you into thinking that it is, or at the very least, uses digital photography in its creation. Don't be fooled… Slava's beautiful works follow in the footsteps of some of the great painting masters of our time, and are in fact created with the old fashioned paint brush. An unquestionable abundance of talent has lead to Slava's works held in private collections in Canada, America and throughout Europe and have become the investors choice.
 
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Julie Verhoeven

From bags by Louis Vuitton to album covers for the likes of Primal Scream and Kate Moss, Julie's work is extensive, provocative and fun. After being turned down as a degree student by St Martins, Julie went to work for the legendary John Galliano for four years. Following that, she worked for Martine Sitbon in Paris as a design assistant to consultant. Other consultancies have included Jasper Conran, Richard Tyler, Guy Laroche and Jean Colonna. Throughout all of her vast repertoire though, the key to her work and passion is in her drawings; her fashion illustrations in particular have favoured attention world-wide. Julie's work is about human nature and behaviour derived from observation, with images being found in places other than the most obvious. Julie has also worked extensively illustrating magazines and newspapers, including Dazed & Confused, The Sunday Times, The Face, Tank and numerous others and has work in private collections worldwide.
 
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Rebecca Hong

Art can be found anywhere. Rebecca discovered it as a ten year old, in hospital, on its white walls which served as her canvas. Since then, and throughout her life, she has been painting the things that surrounded her early years. Her father, a doctor, and his patients, provided a stream of references to what Francis Bacon termed as 'the human condition'. Rebecca was literally surrounded by illness, injury, birth and death. Rebecca says that the process of creating art is just as important as the result. "I start almost always from the depths of shadow, which I eliminate layer by layer to reveal the light", she explains.
 
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Iran  Lomeli

Born in Mexico in 1972, Iran Francisco Lomeli Bustamante, started painting at the tender age of 17. She initially trained and studied under the guidance of the Master Manuel Ivan Centeno and later under the supervision of the Master Luis Nishizawa. She has exhibited across Mexico and has works in private collections throughout the country.
 
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Richard Young

Richard Young is a British artist living and working in Devon. Richard only recently returned to painting after a number of years travelling the world as a Design Engineer. Taking great inspiration from figurative artists such as Modiglian and Bouguereau, he now has works held in private collections worldwide. He is fascinated primarily by the human, especially female form but also dancers hold a special place in his heart. These are strong figurative works that demonstrate his admirable command of the painting medium. But his skills of draughtsmanship are also clearly shown by his intense, emotive nudes in pastel, often seeming to reveal powerful psychological states.
 
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Claire Alexander

Claire Alexander believes that a good portrait painting, "expresses the artists attitude towards their subject, an important element in creating a work of fine art as apposed to simply taking a photograph". Her contemporary approach to pose, dynamic composition and colour produces paintings that are modern, proud, vibrant and uniquely individual. The result is refreshingly direct and unsentimental portraiture.
 
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Ralph  Shephard

Granted honorary membership of the British Society of Painters in 2004, Ralph Shephard was also made an Associate member of the National Association of Painters, Sculptors, and Printmakers in the same year. The British Society of Painters was founded in 1987 and is dedicated to promoting and preserving the craft of the traditional artist. Other Fellows include Pietro Annigoni, Rowland Hilder OBE, Terence Cuneo OBE, CVO, and David Shepherd OBE. Shephard has exhibited with The British Society of Painters, The National Society of Painters, and the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists. He has participated in numerous exhibitions across the UK including, The White Room Gallery, Huddersfield, The Portland Gallery, Manchester and The Gulbenkian Gallery, Newcastle.
 
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Kelly-Anne Davitt

It is not difficult to understand why, since her graduation in 2002; Kelly-Anne Davitt's portraiture painting has become much-admired and highly celebrated, both from the art establishment and her contemporaries and from private art buyers and collectors alike. Kelly-Anne's work, commended for its unarguable talent and ability by the National Portrait Gallery, London, was shortlisted to appear at the National BP Portrait Awards 2003.
 
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