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Iwan Kulik

Iwan Kulik's striking works in gouache have a distinctive colour palette and the hard edges and jutting lines evidence an Expressionist aesthetic. This style befits his concern with current political events, as following the dramatic events of the Euromaidan and in reaction to the annexation of Crimea by Russia, he created a new series of works. George Orwell's prophetic writings on power and the state continue still, to find resonance with contemporary artists.
 
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Katarzyna Kusak

Katarzyna Kusak was born 1979 in Stalowa Wola, Poland. After successfully completing a scholarship with the Polish Ministry of Art and Culture in 1999, Katarzyna went on to study for a further four years at the acclaimed Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, Poland. Since then she has exhibited throughout Poland and its capital city.
 
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martina kysucka

"I am an artist, so I make art", says Martina Kysucka. A bald statement of intent which reveals her dedication to her craft. Kysucka works in a variety of media including photography, painting, drawing, sculpure, design and mosaic but all her works are unified by a single purpose: "I'm searching for harmony", she says. She has been in a number of group shows around Italy and currently lives and works in Carrara.
 
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Sandra Laane

Working across media, Sandra Laane shows a variety of images that are always imaginative. Primarily showing works concerned with the female form, her ideas are manifested either in a highly graphic style or in a more tonal approach that conveys a strong sense of mood and atmosphere. Her use of different visual languages enables her to convey ideas of womanhood from the mythological, to outward appearance and as intensely felt from the inside, as a woman artist herself.
 
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 Ladi

Ladi finds great inspiration from the styles of the great artists, Modigliani and Gustav Klimt. Ladi has combined her own unique style and technique of working with the distinctive oval faces and long elegant necks synonymous of Modigliani and the attention to detail and small pattern found in Klimts work. Born in Campli, Italy, Ladi regularily exhibits her paintings, with many works in ownership by public and private collectors in Italy and abroad.
 
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Pasquale Lagatta

Pasquale Lagatta's work is a paradoxical mix of approaches. On the one hand his work are re-creations of superstar icons such as Elvis, Amy Winehouse and Marilyn who have by now become utterly familiar. But on the other, they are conjured up with a difference: be it that their outline is 'drawn' in a thin metal sculpture, or that they feature on a dictionary page which once 'lived' back in 1938. Billed on the site as 'Original and unique' they form an ironic commentary on the fame machine and its inexorable need for new 'editions' or versions and our need to idolise and make special those who excel or fill an emotional need in the public's heart.
 
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Trisha Lambi

The birth of Trisha Lambi’s first childin 1996 proved to be the catalyst to fulfill her life long dream of becoming a professional artist. In 2003 she was invited to participate in the Fourth Edition of the Biennale Internazionale dell’Arte Contemporanea in Florence, Italy. “Light on form is my inspiration and fuels all my work. I start each piece as an exercise in lighting form, whether it is the human figure or the landscape/seascape; and each piece invariably progresses into a spiritual journey where the painting evolves into a vignette of my everyday life…” she says, adding… “Each piece takes me on a journey, sometimes unwelcome but always illuminating. “Now exhibiting on an international, countries include; China, Australia, America, Italy, Germany, Spain, Canada and the UK, her works are represented in galleries on a global scale.
 
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Pierre  Lamont Dingley

Here at LondonArt we appreciate any artist who can use a variety of styles and techniques to express their feelings on canvas. Pierre Lamont Dingley is one such artist, whose skill lies in his ability to create wonderfully detailed seascape paintings, vibrant abstracts and tribal inspired sculpture. In each medium he shows a truly gifted hand, whether it is in capturing the light bouncing off a wave or understanding the complimentary nature of his abstract colours. He uses a wonderfully wide array of painterly skills, showing his talent as a learned and practiced painter of the natural world. The same scene is painted in daytime and in the evening, exposing the artist’s understanding and handling of light. His seascapes are airy and varied, with brooding colours or wonderfully inviting horizons. Each canvas is a magnificently captured moment of time, space or thought and we are very pleased to be able to bring his work to a wider audience.
 
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