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Mark Vidler

Mark Vilder is a figurative and landscape artist who specialises in oil and metal leaf. Vilder predominantly uses metal leaf to help build up a depth and intensity to the skin tone. Through the layering of colour and metal leaf he has created a technique which helps create a sense of history and luminosity to his work. Currently living and working in Wiltshire, UK Mark has work in private collections and has exhibited across Britain.
 
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Tina Viljoen

Tina Vilgoen spent many years working as a film and television producer in Canada. Since moving to London, Tina now devotes her time to her own art. Painting partly from memory and partly from imagination, her landscapes works are often inspired by photographs while travelling in a moving vehicle. Also inspired by nature and her love for pastel medium, Tina Vilgoen creates beautiful still life arrangements of flowers and food. Often utilising watercolour, photography and digital technology Tina is currently studying at the Byam Shaw, London Institute.
 
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Jim Vincent

Jim Vincent's interest in a variety of artistic genres, including portraiture, lanscapes, interiors and abstracts works, is testament to his 30 years of painting experience. His most recent collection is a series of abstract paintings focusing on the relationship and oppositions between music and painting, expressed through the medium of oils and mixed media to create textured collages.
 
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 Vindril

Kasper Svenstrup Hansen was born in 1986 in the town of Grenaa, Denmark. He has always been an enthusiastic draughtsman using many techniques such as graphite, charcoal, pastels and pen. In 2001 Kasper started experimenting with paintings and it was in connection with this the pseudonym Vindril came up - a name he has used ever since. There has been a great deal of interest in the artwork of Vindril, one project being creating decorations for the concert hall of the Grenaa Amateur Musician's Association. In September 2004 Vindril moved to Docklands, London to explore new possibilities and since then his art has developed dynamically inspired by the city environment.
 
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Boris Viskin

Boris Viskin was born in 1960 in Mexico City. Viskins work has become part of Londonart and Latido Latino’s joint online project which aims to showcase the work of some of the best contemporary Latin American Artists. Having exhibited his work for over twenty years in both group and solo exhibitions Viskin’s paintings are now in private and public collections across Mexico.
 
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Hung Vu Quang

Hung Va Quang is a Vietnamese artist who recently exhibited work at the prestigious 5th Beijing Biennale in 2012. His eloquent portraits of women shown here in traditional clothing are masterful and highly accomplished. They are painted with a good use of light and dark with vibrant colours and capture an excellent likeness. Hung Va Quang's portrayal of the wrinkled face of an anonymous "Old Woman" transforms her lines of age and experience into something more lyrical bordering on the fantastic as he brings energy and light to her characterful features.
 
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Audrey Walas

The most striking element of the paintings of Audrey Walas is the heightened use of chiaroscuro, applied in the paintings here to both horses and female nudes. There is a mystery aroused by this technique as applied to these subjects, the horse perhaps in some way standing in for the sensitive, highly strung aspects of the female psyche. Mist, breath, attention... in short: the intangible is the focus of Walas' oils on canvas, which convey an unmistakeable air of atmosphere.
 
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Józefina Walczak

Józefina Walczak, breaths life in to her art through her experience of living. The inspiration for her art is drawn directly from every aspect of her life. This holistic approach has developed a heightened ability to observe and record the world around her. Each piece of art maps her observations and experiences and contains a history of her thought processes. The final piece is the result of a layering of thoughts, added and subtracted, until she finds a harmony.
 
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Jay Walker

In choosing themes drawn from Surrealism and fantasy, Jay Walker's art is 'at home' in the hallowed portals of Londonart. But what makes Walker's art so different is his choice of medium and, in the words of Marshall McLuhan, "The medium is the message." Walker has worked as a metal fabricator and has been able to expertly use these skills to create images that react with light and movement...no mean feat! He etches and grinds the surface of the aluminium support before spraying with layers of translucent pigments to create unique results.
 
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