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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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Martin Wall

Martin Wall was born in Liverpool, UK, in 1958. A self taught artist, Wall has spent twenty years documenting his life on and off shore in the oil and gas industry of the Norfolk coastline. Using painting and photography, he was recently voted fourth in The London Photographic association Still life competition and is currently specialising in acrylic on canvas. Finding inspiration from, "the contrasting elements of his life, the harsh heavy oil and gas industry and the beautiful Norfolk coastal landscape and natural environment." His work is in private collections, including the Director's Area in, Shell Europe headquarters and in, Shell Onegas headquarters in the Netherlands.
 
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Geraldine Walsh

Geraldine Walsh takes inspiration from a range of subject matter, "I have work that reflects botanical & figurative references - mostly semi - abstract. I apply varying forms of painting, drawing and digital media." she says. Predominantly figurative, her work uses colour and line to generate a strong sentiment or emotion. By abstracting the essential elements, a technique which we can clearly understand in the works Green Girl and Continuity, Walsh aims to expose human nature through form, "….the body holds and contains memory a physical memory, whether being still or moving." Born in London, Geraldine Walsh studied at London's famous Byam Shaw School of Art . She has works in private collections throughout the UK and abroad.
 
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Kamil Waniowski

Kamil hails from Poland but has made Cornwall his home and inspiration. For him, sculpting comes easily and he is a prolific creator of dramatic, powerful works in stone, which sell regularly. His aim is to work with the stone, observing how its wishes, going with it rather than imposing his vision. in this way, the natural flow of energy between artist and his medium echoes the way life itself flows when we are doing something we love. The works exhibited here are individual but with a keen sense of balance and a compelling presence.
 
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Keith Ashley Ward

Keith Ashley Ward is a landscape artist specialising in oil on canvas. His work reflects his own passion for colour and light and depicts his surrounding landscapes with a sense of imagination and fun. His inspiration comes from a rich family life where he has spent many hours with his daughters in their wonderful make believe world and in the company of the children he teaches. Keith Ashley Ward studied art at Loughton College and is held in numerous private collections.
 
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Peter C. Warden

Peter C Warden is both a talented Landscape painter and an equally skilful figurative painting. It is unusual for a painter of Peter’s calibre to wish to create both figurative and landscape paintings simultaneously but his natural desire and ability to observe and then document, enables him to advance between the two genres with ease. Peter regularly exhibits in Cornwall, England
 
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Simon Watson

"Simon is a figurative artist and his work varies in style and content ranging from realism to semi abstraction. He works in a variety of media and styles including digital, sculpture, drawing, painting and mixed media. Simon has received awards for his work and was a finalist in the “Not the Turner prize” for the painting “The Groom Smoking”. His work has been shown in galleries throughout the UK including the Mall Galleries and he has sold to many art collectors world wide".
 
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Andrew Watts

Travel is one of the fundamental joys of life. Andrew Watts studied art in England, Paris and Madrid and has created many wonderful images that act as the diary of his adventures. His watercolours have been sold to many private individuals who are drawn to the skilled hand, lavish details and intense beauty in all of his work. Whether capturing boys fishing in Australia or the lunch served to an artist in France, his paintings retain a simple pleasure at the blissful moments of a person’s life. His seascapes show the energy and bracing breeze of English costal settings, while his farmyard scenes are delicately detailed and meticulously caught. When travelling into Europe he revels in the light and beauty of fishing villages in Spain and French riverside moorings. These paintings would make the perfect gift for anyone who enjoys skilfully painted watercolours and a slice of tranquil splendour.
 
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Dominik Wdowski

Dominik Wdowski was born in 1979 in Radom, Poland. Wdowski studyied at the Academy of Fine Arts, Warsaw, Poland, under the guidance of Professor Kucz Attelier. Fascinated with the human figure Wdowski’s work begins in the life room. Exploring the human form through drawing, his work is often translated to large monumental sculptures. After completing a commission of Pope John Paul II in 2000, Dominik went on to create a public sculpture to be on permanent display outside the Cathedral of Radom, Poland. In 2005 he worked in partnership to create a monument for the capital city of Poland, Warsaw and since then has been in numerous exhibitions across the capital.
 
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