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Craig Atkinson

Craig Atkinson is one of a growing number of artists now combining and experimenting with mix medium. His move away from solely using paint as a descriptive vocabulary has allowed him greater freedom to create some wonderful textures, forms and illusions on the canvas. This in turn has permitted a greater freedom to experiment and focus on the content of his work.
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David John Atkinson

David John Atkinson paints directly from nature. He draws a huge amount of inspiration from animal form and behavior, which he captures both with apparent ease.
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Vincent Au

Vincent Au was born in Hong Kong in 1977. From a very early age Vincent and his work received recognition, appearing on national television at the age of eleven. When he moved to London in 1990 Vincent Au began to focus on improving his draughtsmanship. His interest in drawing led to his passion for life painting and the human form, spending hours in the life room. Now in his late twenties Vincent Au's talent and understanding of the human form and how it relates spatially within an environment enables him to create these wonderful figurative paintings and drawings.
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Rosario Aufiero

It is no mean feat to be able to have a recognisable style yet to create individualistic paintings, each as inspired as the next. Rosario Aufiero does just this. His love of colour shines through his atmospheric works and their deep yet subtle tonality is always working to maximise the optical effect and emotional resonance befitting the subject. He is also able to judiciously employ texture and pattern to really heighten the impact of what amounts to a painterly worship of nature in all its glory.
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Tanus Azevedo

London-based artist Tanus describes himself as a "suburban artist" who is inspired by "industrial civilisation" when at home but also captures the simple life on his travels to far off lands.
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Raina Babacheva

Raina Babacheva specialises in Lithography, which is a method of print making. Based on the chemical repellence of oil and water, the designs are drawn or painted with greasy ink or crayons onto a specially prepared limestone. The stone is moistened with water, which the stone accepts in areas not covered by the crayon. An oily ink, applied with a roller, adheres only to the drawing and is repelled by the wet parts of the stone. The print is then made by pressing paper against the inked drawing. Graduating from the National Art Academy of Sofia in 1994, Raina Babacheva now lives and works in Britain.
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Wojciech Babski

The work of Wojciech Babski has a rugged, almost heroic, iconic masculinity to it. The faces and bodies of women and men appear as if in bold, with no compromise. Painted in rough hewn strokes in black and white, the colours which on the one hand either seep into or rather dominate his monochromatic underpainting style, tend to be primaries. These contribute to the unflinchingly direct effect of his work. The main themes appear to be anxiety and passion with occasional moments of peace. But as in the case of "Pale Rider" this is a calm that is just about to" kick off".
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Paul Ballard

Sensual lines and intense shading are the tools Paul Ballard uses when depicting his female forms. His expression is mostly characterised as Erotic Art, however that would limit it's appeal. Ballard says of his work that through the use of mixed media the 'female is brought to life. (They have) their own personality, but they all possess the individuality of the artist and and his love of anything sensual.' Ballard has formed a collaborative project The Beaumont Hall Studios which dedicates itself to exhibiting London's largest collection of Erotic Art.
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Maria Cristina BARACCHI

Italian artist Maria Cristina Baracchi studied Fine Art at the Institute Adolfo Venturi in her home town of Modena. At the same time she worked as a fashion designer and stylist for the family business and over the years has developed a great sensitivity to the human body and figurative style. Baracchi cites her bohemian upbringing as her main inspiration: she was trained as a little girl by her grandfather Leopold Baracchi (painter, sculptor and musician; 1905-1972) to detect imperfections in the paintings he was making. Around the same age she developed a passion for ballet and music and would endlessly paint dancers and performers. Since 2005 Baracchi has been able to devote all her energies to painting.She exhibits all over Italy and has a number of portraits in private collections.
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