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Geoffrey Hammond

As young and promising artist, Geoffrey Hammond is just beginning to foster his own sense of aesthetic and self expression. Geoffrey only began painting in 2006 and since then has developed a distinct style of painting. With a prolific output he has already created a strong body of work which predominantly focuses on architecture and the interlay of light and shadow. Geoffrey Hammond says that he hopes his work will … "capture my inner feelings and moods at the time of painting".
 
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Nichollas Hamper

Over the last twenty years Hamper’s art work has appeared in many publications across Britain. His work is like conversing with an old friend, even if you are not familiar with the artists name.
 
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Edwina  Hannam

Edwina Hannam completed an MA in Illustartion from Central St Martins in 2005. Working in parallel on both her illustration and painting she has found that both disciplines feed the other. “Being trained in Illustration has taught me to observe detail, to recognise the aesthetics of space and how this translates to the paper or canvas.” she says. “I paint in a very detailed, realistic style but always try to add a talking point, an element of disquiet.” Edwina Hannam has recently exhibited her work in the Sunday Times Watercolour Exhibition which was held at the Mall Galleries, London.
 
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Merlin Harish

At first sight, the strong colours and geometric shapes of these digital images appear to be modern - day yantras, which exert a powerful retinal pull. Combining western sci-fi influences both in form and their ironic, labyrinthine titles, they are redolent of the mysterious narratives of Borges. Operating on so many formal and imaginative levels, their use of repetition, diffraction and endless movement create eruptions of intense colour, which are nevertheless both wistful and somehow haunting. These works leave an after effect both in the eye and the mind.
 
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Sancho Harker

Sancho's work is largely exceuted via pencil and paper thus carrying the associations of hard labour, time spent covering the page with a sharp point. His story is an unusual one and these works could be viewed as the result or expression of great pain. Certainly, there are signs of weaponry and sharp edges cutting through the images and the variations in the chequerboard background create the effect of disorientation. Inspired by Surrealism, he makes use of silhouetted female forms to provide soft curvaceous relief.
 
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Veronica Harris

Veronica Harris Veronica Harris’s cubist style paintings in oil and acrylic remove a coherent sense of depth to create a shallow ambiguous space. Her representations of the human form and portraits have a stark power and arresting simplicity, figures interplay, symbolic images and expressive marks crowd the darker canvasses. Her Fauve like use of colour creates an energetic dissonance, expression dominates over detail with flat shapes, blocks of colour and controlled lines. Abstract forms reference African tribal art in mural like compositions.
 
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susan harrison

Working between Los Angeles and the UK, sculptress Susan Harrison's art is a must-see for all lovers of the nude. Her work possesses a beautiful use of line, which is extremely lyrical and decorative. Confident in her approach, she is able to do what many artists can't, which is to leave well alone and not seek to fill the space. To achieve a balanced composition, more often than not what an artist leaves out is as important as what he or she puts in. Susan has a fascinating career trajectory that has seen her working ' live' as a caricaturist at gigs in Spain, Italy, France, UK and California, where she now has a beautiful Spanish villa and art studio in the heart of Hollywood.
 
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Greta Harutyunyan

There is an incredibly mournful quality to Great Harutyunyan's artwork. A pale blue dress hanging up in a window at night time suggests that hopes for an evening's revelry have been dashed. A strong naked woman sits unmoved, arms crossed, as two suitors throw themselves on her in a beseeching embrace. These are direct, potent narratives painted with succinct means.
 
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Vahram Harutyunyan

Mainly working in Oil on Canvas, Vahan Harutyunyan's graphic works are in private collections in the USA, Russia, Switzerland, Italy, Korea, Luxembourg, France, Germany, and are part of the permanent collection in the Museum of Modern Art of Armenia.
 
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Sarah Harvey

Sarah Harvey is a figurative painter specialising in oil. Her latest series of works beautifully depicts the human form submerged in water. Her use of colour, tone and light, helps to create atmosphere and sense of space, and although Sarah Harvey uses no other visual props, other than the figure in water, the power of her compositions create an emotional account of the movement and flux of life. Sarah Harvey graduated from Newcastle University, UK in 2004 and has had numerous exhibitions throughout the UK.
 
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