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Holland Auster

Auster’s necessity to record and document the world around her enables her to elequently encapsulate a fleeting moment in time.
 
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Wendy Somerset-Jones

Wendy Somerset-Jones initially works from drawings. The drawings evolve from being concerned with the tangible and begin to examine shapes within a defined space. Each painting then takes on a life of it’s own, exploring the transient nature and balance of shapes, forms and the energised space around them.
 
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Emma Coleman

Emma Coleman has been making art for as long as she can remember. A Chelsea Art school graduate Coleman's figurative work aims to create a vision, as apposed to simply a narrative. From a shoe to a magazine article, a theory to a thought, Emma Coleman's approach to painting, intuitively structured and thoroughly researched, enables her to visualise the image or mood in her minds eye. Having participated in numerous group and solo exhibitions, including The Art of Love in 2005 and 2007, Emma Coleman's work is held in various public and private collections across Britain, Los Angeles and New York. Born in 1967 she currently lives and works in London.
 
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Regina  Fernandes

Fernandes skilfully manipulates shadow to produce paintings that accentuate the light contained within her interiors and sky scapes.
 
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Janet Jordan

Jordan's paintings and prints take inspiration from the natural environment offering us an alternative, somewhat amusing look at nature.
 
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Angiolina Antolin

Angiolina Antolin lives and works in Spain and now divides her time between painting and teaching. Angoliolina’s use of mixed media to create a raw and tactile quality to her work cleverly accentuates her symbolic use of imagery. Each work containing symbols and icons that resemble and hint at an ancient language and personal vocabulary help to create these intriguing primal works.
 
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Pauline Bradley

The figure is the basis of Pauline Bradley’s work. “A persons personality as expressed through body language often tells us more about their real feelings than words, which are frequently used to mislead or disguise the true nature of emotions. My work has always been concerned with the intimate inner emotions experienced by people, as expressed through their specific and particular body movements.”
 
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Tom Clifford

Clifford's seascapes offer a captivating view of the ambiguous divide between sea and sky.
 
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Flo Freeman

Fascinated by the way western society views the human figure, Freeman’s lucid figurative oil paintings tackle the consequences this might have on individual emotional regard and internal self respect.
 
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Peter Rodulfo

Peter Rodulfo was born in 1958 and studied at the Norwich school of Art and Design from 1975 - 1979. The son of, Monty Rodulfo, a British Intelligence Agent, Rudolfo spent much of his childhood traveling across India and Australia, before later settling in Norfolk, UK. With a professional career now spanning over twenty five years, Rodulfo has produced a prolific and constant output of work. Utilising a variety of mediums and techniques his work crosses, painting, sculpture, collage, relief and construction. "I work largely from memory and imagination." he says. "I am more interested in the inaccuracies of memories than by their precision, and so my work treads the borderline between dreams and reality. "
 
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