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Peter Rutty

"My main choice of subject, my passion, is the human figure. While initially being fascinated by the detail of the bone, muscle and skin; my painting is now more concerned with the mass and character of the pose and the figure and the relationship to the immediate environment. I do not view a figure painting as a figure against a background, but rather as a unified whole where all the elements have value; in effect a figure landscape. " Peter Rutty. After successfully completing his study at Hornsey College of Art Peter Rutty spent several years working in advertising before setting up his own Graphic Design Company. Peter designed the principal exhibition for the first United Nations World Congress on the Human Environment which was held in Stockholm. Having always painted Peter retired form Graphic Design in 1998 to focus solely on his figurative painting.
 
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Rakhee S

"Rakhee is an artist currently based in Bombay, India. Her paintings in oils and a form of stucco are painstakingly executed with minute detail. Her paintings include figurative works portraying the beauty and grace of Indian women in ethnic formal attire, to carvings in the form of various kinds of décor. She also creates murals with various different designs which range from being contemporary to abstract in style on canvas and wood. Landscapes, seascapes as well as abstract paintings are the various other subjects which are explored by her. Her paintings are unique in their style of execution as they represent more of architectural work on canvas..." See artist statement for more info
 
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Elena Sakharnaya

Russian artist Elena Sakharnaya produces exquisite fine art collage pieces which are delicate and well crafted. Here at Londonart, she shows a series comprising decorative plates and Venetian masks from the Commedia dell Arte. Both the plates and the masks have a sumptuous feel, recalling history, mythology and decadence. In that sense they may be thought of as being somewhat influenced by Art Deco; indeed Russia was highly influential in the Art Deco movement as evidenced in the designs of the stage and costume designer Leon Bakst. In this sense, by working on top of the masks themselves, Elena reinscribes this early twentieth century aesthetic to create objet d'art which are quite unique both in themselves and to Londonart.
 
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Roberto Salazar

The elemental, and mythical themes explored in Roberto Salazar's work belie its digital foundation. Each work strives to dramatise its title theme through texture, mood and the power of the elements. The common intent of each piece is to create a glaze of immediacy while endeavouring to suggest greater forces at work. Roberto Salazar currently lives and works in Brighton, UK.
 
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Enrico Salvadori

Highly successful photographer Enrico Salvadori has worked on major advertising campaigns and on behalf of leading humanitarian agencies worldwide. He is showing on Londonart a series of largely figurative works on paper that celebrate the masculine form in a variety of ambiguous locations. Although sport and recreation appear to be the manifest subject matter, there is a strong undercurrent of latent power and sexuality.
 
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Victor Sam

Victor Sam is a self taught figurative artist with over ten years experience. Studying the human form, Sam uses oil and acrylic paint on board, and also charcoal, pencil and pastel on paper. Drawing on photographs as referential material and by making studies directly from life, his work seeks to explore light, texture and structure.
 
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Elena Samborskaya

Elena Samborskaya paintings have the beguiling charm of Russian folk art and yet use modern subjects. She returned to painting a few years ago after working as an architectural designer in the eighties. Besides shows in her native Volgograd and other Russian cities, in the early nineties her work was shown a in Italy and in Germany at the ART HAMBURG show. She says of her work, ". In my youth, I tried to copy the artists who charmed me most, but these were stopovers on the path to find my own way. I was, at times, sick with measles and chicken pox, just as I was sick with the French impressionists and the Russian avant-garde of the 1920-30’s. I still admire the models of Renoir and the creative road of Malevich as much as I did when young. The personality of Picasso shocks with its scale. It is necessary to find, examine and separate your unique voice from among those beautiful, strong voices, and that is exactly what I am busy doing."
 
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Manuel Sandoval

Manuel Sandoval was trained in various aspects of Fine Art and has exhibited widely. His large scale figurative works are painted in oils on canvas. They feature narratives and often what appear to be allegorical scenes on the themes of lust, womanhood, family and age. Mostly tonal with a sombre aspect, he uses bright accents of colour, (often red) to create intense drama.
 
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Elsa Santos

Elsa Santos was born in Seville in 1971. Now living and working in London, Elsa’s work utilises a number of techniques and characteristics traditionally associated with printmaking in a variety of painting and drawing mediums. The combination and cross over of medium and technique results in these delicate and sensitive monotone images.
 
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Ron Satterthwaite

Ron Satterthwaite truly loves to paint portraits, it's clear from looking at the diversity of means he uses to achieve his vision. but he is equally at home with landscape or capturing sporting moments. His ability to capture a likeness in charcoal, impressionistic acrylics or in oils in a realistic style is really quite something and should you order a portrait form Ron, you know you will be in good hands.
 
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