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Sarah Elizabeth Beaumont

Sarah Elizabeth Beaumont's unmistakable style is developed from an interest in distorted perspective and reflection. Many of her earlier works are autobiographical, taking themes from family and childhood. Born in London in 1969 and graduating in 1991 with a Fine Art Honours Degree (first class in painting), Beaumont began her professional career as an artist working to commission in the government and corporate sectors, executing large-scale murals and commemorative paintings. In the 1990s Beaumont was commissioned to design a series of postcards in collaboration with the British Post Office to coincide with philatelic launches. In 2000 she was elected to the Executive Committees of the National Acrylic Painters' Association (NAPA) and the National Society of Painters, Sculptors and Printmakers (NS). She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA). Beaumont's works are held in private collections in Great Britain, France, Germany, USA, Canada and Australia and have been exhibited across London.
 
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Paul Beel

Paul Beel is a very successful and prolific American painter currently living in Italy. His portraits are intensely worked and he has an amazing skill at capturing a true likeness of the sitter. But what marks Paul apart, is that he is able to use his considerable abilities to create imaginative settings which are truly immersive adding emotional depth, as did the great portrait painter Holbein. More recently, Paul has been taking risks with his practice, challenging himself by working from sitters at the other end of a Skype connection, making fresh works which are immediate and of their time.
 
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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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Chino Benitez

Enthused by the Surrealist art of the 1930's Gabriel Chino Benítez's paintings become a visual diary of his waking dreams. Using the impact of colour; its spiritual relationship to each other and its effect on generating a sense of atmosphere, mood and emotion, he accentuates his symbolic often emblematic painting style, to truly surreal magnitude; creating metaphysical landscapes of dreamlike proportions.
 
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Jorge Berlato

There is a wide variety of styles apparent in the work of artist Jorge Berlato who has shown widely across Spain, Brazil and America. The pieces shown here span differnt media such as watercolour, screenprint and mixed media works. The artworks in this last category often seem to have sand as one of their main ingredients, perhaps reflecting the landscape influence of the sunny climes from whence the work takes its inspiration. His subject matter includes love, seasons, faces and dancers...nostalgic sentiments we can all identify which he selects to portray in a number of styles.
 
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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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Astrida Berzina

Astrida Berzina is a Latvian artist currently living and working in London. Before completing her MA in Visual Arts in 2003, Astrida spent a number of years working as an art teacher and art therapist. Her work has now become an amalgamation of her experiences and uses fluid linear line to create psychological narratives. "I aim to make visible that what is usually invisible: the feelings, thoughts and dreams of humans, referenced to the previous long lasting experiences and cultural values of mankind." Astrida Berzina's work is in private collections in the UK, Germany, Finland, Norway, Austria, Argentina, and USA and is on display in the State Museum of Latvia and Russian Museum of Arts in Sankt Petersburg.
 
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