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Malcolm Ludvigsen

When Malcom Ludvigsen is not painting, he is a professor of mathematics, specialising in relativity and cosmology and the author of a well-known book on relativity, black holes, and cosmology. Malcom's hand's on approach to painting is living proof of the connection between Science and Art.
 
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Wayne Robinson

"The sharp, splintered forms of the woodcut process allow me to render images free of the tethers of sentiment and allow atmosphere and mood to predominate. I choose to execute my images on planks of wood that already wear the scars of use and have their own history ingrained in their surface. Careful selection of primary materials combined with the action of gutting and carving allow an unlimited vocabulary of additive and subtractive marks to make stark, dramatic, black and white imagery as well as supporting veils of colour and texture."
 
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Sally Gatie

Sally Gatie hopes to reflect a sense of hope and peace within her work. Sally paints her children while they are asleep, showing them in a natural state of peace. "While working on a painting my thoughts drift into another time and place where everything makes sense…all my questions are answered. It leaves me with the feeling that everything is fine, and everything will be fine. The painting then becomes a map of my life and the problems within the painting are waiting to be solved". Sally works from her studio in Scarborough and exhibits throughout the UK.
 
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Emma Strangwayes-Booth

The work of Emma Strangwayes-Booth depicts figures or seemingly mundane objects behind which lurk a darker biographical narrative, often charting physical and mental change. Inspired by the natural world, ancient myths and dream psychology, she seeks to treat her work as a means to explore imagination and the subconscious mind. Emma Strangwayes-Booth was born in Johannesburg, South Africa in 1975. Educated in the United Kingdom she now lives and works in Paris, France.
 
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Vikky Furse

Vikky Furse was an Artist in Residency in Antarctica this year. She has made a number of expeditions to Arctic Greenland travelling with Inuit hunters, and has developed a love of drawing and painting in Polar regions. Vikky takes portrait commissions, and also enjoys painting pictures with a story. She uses acrylic on canvas, and pastels and mixed media to give emphasis to her relaxed, gestural style which in turn perfectly reflects the intimate and friendly relationships she depicts.
 
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Rudolf Kosow

Rudolf Kosow was born in Kazachstan in 1972 and for the last fourteen years has lived and worked in Stuttgard, Germany. Rudolf is a still life and figurative painter working in oil on canvas. His use of light and the interplay of shadow creates a strong sense of atmosphere within each piece, guiding the eye and illuminating the composition. His work aims to produce a sense of calm, harmony and rest within the viewer, only achievable through a pictorial clarity that reflects a confident master. His natural talent and ability allows us to clear our minds of the everyday, and encourages us to interpret the work in a way unique to ourselves.
 
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Toni Cogdell

Born in 1979 Toni Cogdell is a young and undoubtedly talented painter. By perceptively observing how our physical appearance is affected by our inner thoughts, Toni Cogdell ambitiously seeks to capture the intangible moments of human reflection. The experience of being abandoned in our own thoughts and emotions, however fleeting, is one that we are all familiar with. Cogdell's paintings powerfully reflect how that moment of absorption manifests itself in our physical and bodily appearance and in doing so allows the viewer an ephemeral glimpse into the human soul. Toni Cogdell has works in private collections in the UK and regularly exhibits across the South of England.
 
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Anne Robinson

Robinson is fascinated with the relationship between still and moving images. This series of paintings are based on video stills taken from Police and Medical dramas. Each painting explores the complex notion of capturing a marked sense of time.
 
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Julie Beresford

The majority of Julie Beresford’s current work is based on or around family and friends. She is intrigued by the negativity and darkness that people, including children, have within them as well as the more pleasant sides to their natures. This juxtoposotion gives life its texture and creates the interesting tension and duplicity in this work. Portraits of children, painful red skin and interesting photographs make up this exhibition and show the versatility and ambition of this artist.
 
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Mike Stead

Mike Stead uses fluid line to define and describe the human form. This fluid curvaceous use of line and simple opaque background colour, flatten the pictorial depth. This device accentuates the subject matter but at the same time enables the viewer’s eyes to dance between the flat intricate pattern making and the sensual human form and content.
 
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