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Arisa Tabaku

With a free and easy style, Arisa Tabaku's enjoyment of painting really comes across. The lyricism of her figurative works, especially "Girl Bathing" is further emphasised in abstracts such as "The Universe". Only an artist immersed in the creative process could so confidently produce such a clear work of sheer pleasure! In works such as these, one is reminded of the child-like wonder of artist Paul Klee. Her London-based paintings also benefit from that same energy. With their lilting brushwork, they describe the sights of this great capital with the artist's, colourful and quirky approach.
 
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Blendi Tagani

Having studied art at the Istituto Arte Umberto Nordio in Trieste, Italy, Blendi Tagani hails from a family background of artists. His interests lie in figurative, fantasy and animation art. Inspired by his previous work in the cinema, he is motivated by taking film stills from famous films and turning them into artworks with dynamic colour. Actual scenes or memories of scenes are re-animated and embellished using acrylic on paper.
 
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Jacqueline Talbot

Jacqueline Talbot is a figurative artist specialising in acrylic on canvas. Jacqueline Talbot's paintings incorporate the life model in her environment only as a point of reference. Her slightly surreal paintings have become far more than technical reflections of reality.
 
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Wendy Tate

Wendy Tate’s true love for her chosen materials fuels her creative talents. Using both Acrylic and Oil paint she combines gold leaf and tissue paper to create imagery that has a specific and defined ‘feel’ to it. Focusing on the human form she executes this unique mix media, collage approach, resulting in these sensitive and often reflective figurative paintings.
 
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David Taylor

David Taylor studied Architecture and Design at the London Design School. His career as an Architect led him to travel extensively, visiting many countries and diverse landscapes across the world. This experience had a powerful effect on him and initially inspired him to begin painting. Taylor uses his visual memory as his main point of reference. By manipulating the oil paint with palette knife and brush, he builds a sense of depth and atmosphere which reflects some of the dramatic weather conditions he so enjoys painting. Looking to Turner for inspiration he hopes to create, “an almost religious and mystic quality to his work.”
 
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Carola Eleonore Thiele

Carola Eleonore Thiele is based in Hamburg, Germany and studied at HAF Hamburger between 2007-2009. In recent years she has participated in several group shows in Germany especially at the Galerie Kunstbörse in Wusterhausenand been selected for online exhibitions at kunstplattform, artfolio, arte-mea and art-offer. Her paintings are distinctive for their fable-like quality. She says, "Art is like a dream you`red dreamed before. Like a picture that has itself manifested."
 
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mark thirlwell

Probably the first artist on the whole Londonart site to use the word "Metamodernism" of his work, Mark achieved a First in his BA in Fine Art when he graduated from Sunderland University in 2012. New artists emerging from art school are often the closest to "where its at" in terms of current cutting edge thinking about art and keen collectors value this intellectual commodity. Mark is concerned to cross-reference his ideas; producing enigmatic works, such as double portraits.and horses heads: modelled in 3D, dissolving to simple marks on paper. His painting "How to present one self with two other selves" is both comic yet searching. The subject looks out at the viewer, amidst questions scrawled in blood red: an image attempting to reproduce the questioning of the artist's own self/selves.
 
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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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