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Peter Nottrott

Peter Nottrott creates gestural, abstract paintings in acrylic on canvas. Their abstraction borders on the figurative, in that their titles evoke pictures of ' things' in the viewer's mind. Emotions; energy, weather, clouds, seascapes. They are like 'extensions' of figurative works: paintings that have croseed over or exploded into pure, chromatic light energy.
 
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Irina Novikova

Irina Novikova was born in 1963 in Kommunarsk, Ukraine. Her work is strangely captivating and wonderfully eccentric, fluctuating in a visual vacuum somewhere between heaven and hell, fairies and goblins, beauty and ugliness.
 
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Paresh  Nrshinga

The work of Paresh Nrshinga displays an intense focus on celebration, wildness and abandon such as that felt by youth. As such, the artist favours the use of a contemporary, high gloss lacquer effect finish with acrylic paint. The colour spectrum in works like "La Fiesta" is somewhat Spanish; the emphasis on black and white and earth colours; with a twisting, bacchanalian series of gestures. "Wild Times" can be seen as a development of this, with the expansion of the colour range into butterfly wing iridescence and the blurring sensation of movement such as that of wings in motion. The images successfully embody movement and joy.
 
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Chris OConnor

Swirling, smoky, risings of colour twist and twirl around the canvas in these emotional, passionate works of art. The reds and greys gather like the billows of a volcano or the darkening sky of a storm at sunset, swamping the works with a dark atmosphere. These are not downbeat paintings though, but organic, impassioned, living works with hidden faces and deceptive depths. Inspired by the big events in life that we all go through, O’Connor creates artworks that speak to the raw, bleeding feelings of the human heart. Never less than moving, the painter deserves praise for the works he has created already and we, at LondonArt, look forward to bringing you more in the future.
 
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Nina  Ogden

Nina Ogden utilises both painting and video as a vehicle to express her ideas and concerns. Her delicate Oil on Linen paintings are beautifully complemented by her exhibiting video stills, which hold an inherent aesthetic beauty and delicateness.
 
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Manuel Olivares

Olivares’ soft, sumptuous paintings focus on the fluidity of space within contemporary geometric structures. Redefining the clinical and austere by his smooth suppleness of form and warm delicate colours.
 
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Michael Onona

Personal Influences and an admiration for the renaissance masters have lead Michael Onona to work with powerful and highly emotional imagery. Onona’s work question’s society’s perception of beauty and the beautiful.
 
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Nusret Orcan

Nusret Orcan is a Turkish artist with a great love of Impressionism. Like Renoir and Seurat he finds inspiration in music and dancers, interpreting their movement as free-flowing forms across the canvas. There are also sentimental garden scenes, so beloved of the earlier Impressionists. But it is perhaps his rendering of scenes in Turkey that give a special frisson. To see Istanbul in the evening, or its magnificant station building at the water's edge imbued with the soft treatment of light that this style affords, is both an art connoisseur and tourist's delight.
 
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Ken Organ

Ken Organ specialises in charcoal, coloured pencil and pastel on paper. The majority of his creative time is spent drawing the figure either from the life room or from an environment more familiar and personal to him. Living in the South of Britain, Ken takes private sales and exhibits regularly.
 
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