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John Stevens

John Stevens is greatly influenced by the artists of the Surrealist movement. Artists such as Dali and Magritte greatly inspire his work. Steven’s seeks to broaden an objective view of reality by fusing it with instinctive dream like imagery to create a new ‘super’ reality
 
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Natalia Stiris

Born in Oslo, Norway 1986 Natalia Stiris is currently studying a BA in Criticism, Communication and Curation: Art and Design, at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London. “I began painting because I felt a necessity to explore, investigate and express what i could not explain with words”, says Natalia. Finding her initial inspiration in ‘literature, surroundings and other artists’, her work has become a visual diary - recording her thoughts and aspirations on a daily basis. “I use a visual language open to interpretation, as I wish to give the viewer an opportunity to explore and continuously discover a new language within the same painting depending on an ever-changing state of mind.”
 
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Miroslav Stojkovic

Multi-talented and widely collected across the whole of Europe, Miroslav Stojkovic is a very welcome addition to the artists shown here at LondonArt. His thickly painted landscapes capture the London skyline with a blend of creative emotion and pinpoint accuracy. As the light shines gloriously off each tiny detail, the entire piece comes alive on the canvass. Boats and buildings are skilfully reproduced and reflected in the ever swelling river Thames. The still life painting of flowers are captured with a blissful truthfulness as every petal hangs or shines, tempting the viewer to reach in a pick one. His portraits are of subjects charged with a surging energy as they stare back at their viewer with eyes that are challenging and seductive. Already highly respected across Europe, we are sure that Stojkovic will become one of the most popular artists on our website.
 
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Grae Storm

Grae Storm began his professional career as a commercial lithographic printer. Producing his own work in the evening, he comments, "I spent the early years reproducing postcards and posters of other people's artwork by day, and by night painting in my rented room in Perivale". After a period in the early eighties touring Europe as an Airbrush artist, Storm returned to the UK where he now lives and works. Now a full time fine artist he finds his inspiration from nature. "I enjoy the silent study of nature; I look at hills and human hands with a new reverence".
 
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George Stubbs

Mainly painting in Oil George Stubbs's landscape paintings are created from his memory and imagination. Many of the scenes reflect real landscapes from a cherished time spent living and painting in Marrakech, North Africa.
 
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Mario Sughi

Mario Sughi is an Italian illustrator and cartoonist with a wry sense of humour who lives and works in Dublin. In the late Seventies he worked as a humorist for Italian satirical magazines Zut and Il Male in Rome and then moved to Dublin in the Eighties where he studied Medieval History at Trinity College and was awarded a PhD. His work has been published and exhibited all over the world including The Shiny Squirrel Gallery, NY; Little Paper Airplanes, L.A; Wannabee and DOZ Gallery Milan, Italy; Irish Art House, Tullamore and The Loft, Dublin, Ireland.
 
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Graham Swan

Having trained in Edinburgh as a graphic artist, Graham Swan's sources of inspiration are eclectic, merging High Art with Popular Culture. His "Art for All" series, mix together diverse references to create combinations such as comic books v Impressionism. His skills as a draughtsman are clearly evident in portraits of Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones and the Beatles. Swan's colourful style is sure to appeal to a wide range of tastes.
 
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