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Frederic Chevarin

Frederic Chevarin is a sculpture working in limestone and marble. “The theme central to my research is movement. The ability to animate limestone and marble is almost an obsession for me.” He says. Inspired by the beauty of nature, Chevarin’s ability to create delicate intimate sculptures in what are essentially heavy and dense materials are a testimony to his talent as a sculptor. “My ideas are sourced through nature…I don’t copy the bird I am carving, I sculpt its ability to fly, I find an intimate way to observe its flight, soaring and gliding above cliff tops.” Mentored by the sculptor Helaine Blumenfeld VPRBS he is an associate member of the Royal British Society of sculptors and has work in private collections across Europe.
 
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Sergei Chudjakow

Painter and Sculptor, Sergei Chudjakow was born on the island of Sahalin, Siberia. Chudjakow studied at the Academy of Art in Krasnojarsk, Siberia and was the winner of the famous international Art Competition, 'Gold Pencil' based in Moskau. Now living in Stuttgart, Germany, Chudjakow runs an Art School for creative talents in Germany, as well as publishing and promoting other artists work.
 
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Daniel Cimmermann

Daniel is a figurative painter based in London. He has travelled widely in the far-east and is heavily influenced by Japanese culture, art and design. Relocating to Tokyo, Japan in January 2005, Daniel intends to pursue his interests there and create a new body of work. Exhibiting extensively throughout the U.K. Daniel has also shown work in The BP Portrait Award, at The National Portrait Gallery, London on several occasions and was selected for Northern Graduates after graduating in 2001.
 
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Dalia Cistovaite

Dalia Cistovaite is a Lithuanian-based artist working in acrylics and oils who studied painting in Vilnius Art Academy. Her paintings are held in private collections in Japan, US, Italy, Sweden and Lithuania. "The main idea I try to express is LIGHT, JOY, BLISS, HOLINESS, never ending human longing for harmony, happiness, eternity, inner secrets of soul and spirit"
 
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Daisy Clarke

Daisy Clarke is a narrative painter specialising in oil and collage on canvas. Her work draws on specific memories from her childhood and is often inspired by classic literature, such as Wuthering Heights', The Leopard and Great expectations. "As a child I would look at spine of the book on the shelf and imagine from the title what the book was about." Daisy says. One character that still remains as vibrant in her imagination today, and often appears in her paintings is Charles Dickens's famously grotesque character Miss Haversham, taken from the classic novel Great Expectations. "My characters inhabit a Childs world gone wrong, things are out of perspective. In silent landscapes strange things move in." Daisy adds. Travelling to Thailand and Mexico her work often explores her journeys through her paint collage and pictorial narrative.
 
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Kenneth Clarke

A former Mr Universe, Kenneth has since turned from body sculpture to art and in so doing has evinced a fine appreciation for the female form. Elsewhere, a love of music is revealed both in the use of music notation and pulsing forms, with twisting shell-shapes alluding to the fractal imagery of chaos theory.
 
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Michael Clay

Michael clay uses his art to express his own feelings of loss, hope and survival. Like many artists before him Clay’s art has become a very real form of self expression which helps him to confront his own sense of anxiety, fear and pain. Born out of need, his work - which often reflects an idea or emotion of the ‘spirit’- is driven by a personal and often cathartic desire to feel.
 
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