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George Thompson

This is life drawing at it's most varied. George Thompson is not one of those artists who stick to one particular style. He imaginatively adapts his technique and medium to the visual stimuli put before him. He is able to pick out the most salient aspects of the model's pose, be it by a sophisiticated and knowledgeable emphasis of line, shape, tone or form, in the most satisfying of ways.
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Tessa Thonett

Tessa has always been fascinated by the human face. Painting portraits whilst living and travelling through America, Brazil and Cameroon, she has been continually enthralled by the ever different faces of humankind. Her commissions and other work are in private collections and galleries throughout the world. When she is not working on a commission she paints or draws any faces that attract her.
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Melanie Titmuss

Accomplished in portraiture, Melanie Titmuss works in oils but also favours ink and watercolour work. She specialises in portraits of animals and in each of the portarits of dogs she shows here on Londonart, she demonstrates that she is capable of conveying the essence of the "sitter" with a freshness of style every time. Thus proving that the gaze of a dog is every bit as powerful as that of its human counterpart.
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JC Tower

J.C Tower is a place in Bankok on the map of Thailand. It is also the non de plume of the latest Latino de Latido artists to join Our online art gallery Latido Latino, is a joint venture between, Latido Latino, in Mexico, and The artwork represented online, aims to promote the work of contemporary Latin American artists. In November 2004 Londonart and Latido Latino curated an exhibition in Centro de Arte Moderno, Guadalajara, Mexico. Our Latido Latino online art gallery is constantly updated and represents a selection of talented artists from the region.
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Raul Tripa

Raul displays a provocative collection of portraits painted over the last four years, which range from extremely lifelike at one end to a morass of paint and surface texture at the other. Such examples bring to mind the work of Auerbach and Dubuffet, with their differing approaches to using texture. To dip, as Tripa does, in and out of resemblance, seems to present the viewer with many questions about the persistence and reliability of identity. How much we can know a person or how well? Maybe they hint at an inner essence that transcends superficial details of appearance?
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Sally  Trueman

Sally Trueman is a figurative artist dividing her artistic time between creating conventional portraits in oil and pastel and experimenting with expressionism and the psychological portrait.
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Peter Truran

Measuring the success of each piece of work by his ability to create an image which looks effortless, Truran searches for, “…a Zen-like moment when there seems to be no distinction between the artist and the object of his creation.” Searching to produce paintings in oils which are born out of an unconscious act of creation, he uses brush; rag and finger to produce, he says, “...a feeling that the form emerges as a barely conscious dialogue between the marks on the surface and the artist.” Peter Truran was born in Cornwall and currently lives and works in Cardiff, Wales.
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clair tuczemski

It is always fascinating to discover how self-taught artists make their ideas manifest, there is often a directness in their approach. Clair channels her creativity so that it flows into different avenues of expression including poetry, photography and jewellery design.Her painting "Blossom" sensitively traces the vein-like growth of a tree denuded of its blossom but surrounded by it like abeautiful hazy pink cloud.
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Eve Tudor

Having successfully completed a Business Management MA at the London College of Printing and a BA in Contemporary Fine Art Practice from Goldsmiths College, Eve Georgiou is now working as a freelance photographer at London's Tate Britain.
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Kasia Turajczyk

There can be little doubting the spiritual influence in the artwork created by Kasia. She uses her passion for Buddhism and Taoism in order to infuse her work with an energy which should speak to the viewers directly. Her art is part reality, part dream and part allegory for a world sinking too heavily into capitalism and away from the philosophical. There is an uneasy edge to several of these works with children’s characters looking on with vacant eyes after they have become products for multinational corporation to seek profit. But these are not grim, downbeat pictures. They are infused with life, light and hope. Kasia says she paints in order to move her audience or to merely make them stop and think. At LondonArt we believe she has achieved this aim and are sure that our customers will find a moment to stand before these images and reflect on the world.
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