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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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Patricia Clements SWA

Patrica clements’ work is undoubtedly influenced by the French Impressionist movement of the 1900’s, and takes influence from some of the great artists such as Degas, Monet, Manet and Renoir. Patricia is heavily influenced by colour and her work tends to use only the pure colours of the spectrum, in addition to white. The placing side-by-side of fragments of these pure colours has become central to her ideas, along with the simplification of light and shade in the presentation of mass rather than outline. Although we don't immediately see every detail of every petal, or buildings, her work forms a strong impression of the flowers, the light hitting the water, the shade of the nearby building. Working in oils and pastels, producing still lifes, landscapes and nudes of scenes that range from Twickenham to St.Tropez, Patricia's resulting work reflects the vibrant colours and brilliant light of the South of France.
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Cyril  Coetzee

Cyril Coetzee is fasinated with the interchange between culture, beliefs, and mythologies. Living and working in South Africa, Cyrill Coetzee’s, emblematic paintings received momentous acclaim in the 1980’s. He was later invited to paint the largest commissioned canvas in South African History, measuring a phenomenal twenty-eight meters square. It now hangs in the William Cullen Library, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.
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Annalisa Colombara

These tasteful creations show that the artist has a wonderful eye for detail and fantastic painterly hand. Using a tasteful minimalism Colombara selects just the right details to highlight in order to bring her canvasses to life. Light and airy with a skilful touch, these are works that resonate with a delicate light and subtle suggestion of form. The energy and movement within these paintings is truly astounding considering the restraint of the details. A truly gifted watercolour painter, Annalisa is a welcome addition to the LondonArt family.
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Peter Colquhoun

Peter Colquhoun is an artist of extreme versatility and excellent professional standing. Residing in New York, he has received numerous prestigious grants and has exhibited widely across the United States and Europe. Equally adept at capturing landscape, cityscape, still life or domestic interiors, he paints in oils with a sure knowledge of perpective and light. The still lives are constructed in a way which seem to expose the clear underlying geometry of things.
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Nicolae Comanescu

Nicolae Comanescu is a Romanian artist living and working in Bucharest. A truly European artist, Nicolae's work was exhibited in the 2002 Trieste Contemporanea, Young European Artist program which was held at the National Museum of Contemporary Art, Bucharest, Romania. His work is inspired by the city, its expansion and growth…" The city abounds in many shapes and colors and inspires its citizens with its ever-expanding energies. Inside the city art has become concrete reality; architectural blueprints, constructive ideas are shaped into visible, tangible, habitable bureaus, flats, homes, hotels and cinema's. Inside the city art has rediscovered its entertainment value."
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Herve Constant

Constant's grainy, earthly paintings have a secret, mystically, misty feel to them. Electrifyingly ominous air in the environments he creates send a tingle to the back of the neck. Constant's paintings have a fantastically intriguing quality to them.
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Andy Cook

Cook’s paintings emerge on the canvas in an emotional outpouring. Starting with a vague sketch made from memory Smith allows the painting to evolve. There is a certain amount of automatic painting which can produce work of spontaneity and freedom, but also risks losing the painting altogether.
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john paul cooke

Abstract expressionist painter John Paul Cooke works in both acrylics and oils on board or canvas. His considered choice of colour and tone creates works which play with solidity and lightness but which often seem to refer to landscape. They seem to involve repainting and covering up to leave key "incidents" or marks which have dramatic visual impact. Much is made of scumbling dry paint to produce a textured painting by a process of accretion.
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Andrew Cooper

James Cooper shows works created in response to alchemical texts and mythology. His art is mainly oil on canvas. Colourful and joyous, each work uses colour in an unusual way in that the figures seem to light themselves from within by way of tonal gradations of colour. "Bacchanalia in Brockwell Park" sets his figures in a real space merging fiction with reality.
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