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Michalina Czarniecka

It is not difficult to see why the paintings of talented Polish artist Michalina Czarniecka are so popular: her mysterious fantastic compositions and feminine pouting beauties are clearly depicted in a striking graphic manner. The figures do not gaze directly, full on at the viewer and often both imperious and Surreal. They bring to mind fairytales, stage sets and the theatre. Her amazing artist's statement gives a fuller picture of this unusual artist and the influences on her fascinating output.
 
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Susan Czopor

Leaving a ocular trail of her inspirations and aspirations, Susan Czopor's rhythmic oil paintings hope to reflect her thoughts and emotions on a two dimensional picture plane. Since graduating in the late nineties, Susan has had works in numerous exhibitions including the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Royal Academy, London.
 
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Dominika Czubkowska

i have been painting for 10 years now. Originally working as a photographer her passion for painting has grown in the last two years and she almost exclusively devotes her time to it. Specialising in oil on canvas her work aims to explore in a visual language "…the various states of mind, feelings, human thoughts and experiences." Dominika Czubkowska lives and works in London.
 
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Peter Dadswell

Peter Dadswell's virbrant paintings are often inspired by songs, music and favourite composers. He also paints what he sees and the world around him.
 
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Jolanta Danenbergs

Danenbergs portraits reflect the personality of each of her models in every wrinkle and crease. If you fancy a portrait of yourself or your loved one to hang in your home or office contact Londonart.
 
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The  Darkworld Project

Gary Skinner creates these strange urban landscapes by amalgamating digitally generated imagery with hand painted imagery in oil paint. This results in some rather distinctive pictorial situations and settings, which are often ominous and always intriguing.
 
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lou davies

Artist Lou Davies is a professional watercolourist whose commitment to providing excellent works of art means using only the best materials. She uses creates archival watercolour paint on archival paper, which is acid-free. These are works that will last for a century or more without fading. The primary allure of watercolours is their luminosity, whereby the white of the support beneath, shines out through the pigment, Just as Davies' deft skills shine through in her sensitive depiction of flora and fauna.
 
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Lawrence Douglas  Davis. NS

Lawrence Douglas Davis is a British artist living and working in Portsmouth. Although Lawrence Davis's figurative Sculpture could be seen as heavily classical in its style and form, his choice of medium gives his work a lighter more contemporary and somewhat more delicate twist.
 
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Kim Davison

Kim Davison's, semi abstract works find their inspiration from the human form and forms found in nature. Fluid and graceful, her work hopes to reflect our basic core emotions. Painting as a means of expressing her inner self, her work leaves a prolific visual trail of thought and in doing so reflects a universal sense of hope, love, passion and desire. Kim's work has been exhibited across Britain, including London's infamous Olympia Exhibition and is held in private collections across the UK.
 
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julian day

Julian Day is a highly accomplished artist trained at Central St Martins School of Art. He was a finalist in the prestigious BP Portrait award in 1997 and his work was exhibited in London's National Portrait Gallery. His unique style of painting is a result of an unusual process: he never uses white paint! Instead, he wipes paint away revealing the primed canvas beneath. He is one of those artists who possesses consummate skill yet also allows a sense of humour to emerge through his choice of subject matter. Embracing kitsch and the domestic but not in an ironic way, his narratives play with art history: a rubber duck at night time against the black background of a Dutch Master or potatoes enacting the"Last Supper.".
 
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