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Alexander Adams

Alexander Adams studied Fine Art and Art History at Goldsmiths College. He has since gone on to exhibit his monochrome paintings around Europe. He abandoned colour in 1994 but has begun developing new works in colour "to end his apprenticeship". He writes criticism for The Art Newspaper, The Financial Times, Printmaking Today and The Jackdaw and other publications.
 
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Holland Auster

Auster’s necessity to record and document the world around her enables her to elequently encapsulate a fleeting moment in time.
 
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Gail Altschuler

Altschuler's paintings are reminiscent of the woven qualities of rich oriental fabrics. Through her intuitive use of the ‘weave’ or loose gradation, Altschuler's paintings and prints echo a sense of integration and harmony.
 
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Karen Aghamyan

Aghamyan, born in Yerevan, Armenia, has become one of his countries most successful artists. Now president of the Artists Union, Armenia. Karen has exhibited in more than 60 group exhibitions in Armenia and other countries. His works are in permanent collections of several museums: Museum of Contemporary Art in Yerevan, Museum of Contemporary Art in Toulouse, France, Museums of Magnitogorsk, Elista, Novi Urengoy in Russia.
 
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Rachel Alleyne

Alleyne's delicate veiling of large cutting expanses of rich seductive colour create paintings that allow the viewer a moment of contemplative reflection. Following in the footsteps of some of the great artists in history, including, Stanley Spencer, Paul Nash, Ben Nicholson, Uan Uglow, Paula Rego, William Coldstream, and Rachel Whiteread, Alleyne trained at the Slade School of Fine Art from 1992 - 1998. Rachel Alleyne has won many awards, including, The 'Dolbey Travel Scholarship', which enabled her to travel and exhibit in Barbados, where she produced some of her finest seascape paintings. Her most notorious show to date, 'In Turner's Footsteps', was held at the Tate Britain Gallery, London, and celebrated the work of her contemporaries, and acknowledged the legacy of William Turner. Rachel Alleyne's work is in private collections across the UK and abroad.
 
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Mykal  A. Wright

Mykal A. Wright paints in a variety of styles displaying a wide range of skills. He is greatly inspired by art history and seeks to capture and understand beauty. He uses oils to paint in one of two styles: the first is influenced by Classical art using glazing and precise details to depict clothing, nature or architecture. The second is more Romantic; with looser, thicker brushwork, seeking to express emotions concentrating on wild scenes of nature portraying animals and people.
 
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David Abse

David Abse was born in London in December 1958 and went to Art School in Wolverhampton in the 1980s. He worked for many years in the voluntary sector in the UK - including several years as a union representative, and more years as CEO of Islington Voluntary Actiion Council (IVAC). After leaving IVAC in 2005 David set up a freelance consultancy business, Throughout these years David continued drawing and painting part time. Five years ago he moved to France, and returned to painting, drawing and printmaking full time, living with his family in a small house in the beautiful medieval village of Les Matelles in the Hérault. His works span abstraction and figurative repreesntation and often executed in mixed media and spraypaint.
 
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Gharam Abu Samra

The paintings of Gharam Abu Samra evidence her proficiency in watercolour and acrylic media. Landscape is her genre of choice and she paints with ease, creating the right atmosphere for each scene. "The Beach" is a particularly distinctive work, evoking unusual lighting effects. It seems to capture the sea at dusk, when the day is fading and the moon is out.The rocks in the background are lit with an eerie glow.
 
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Michael Addison

Michael Addison's images explore the interplay of colour, light and surface with the underlying structures. The editing is conspicuous and the scale often ambiguous. Reminiscent of railway architecture, these are images which are evocative of construction, labour. and travel, also metaphors for an artists journay across the canvas.
 
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Rashmi Agarwal

Rashmi Agarwal is one of Londonart's most versatile artists. Able to paint equally convincingly in a highly figurative, representational style through to abstraction via lyrical surrealism and geometric pattern. Often with a deeply spirtual atmosphere, Rashmi's is drawn to subject matter conveying aspects of village life such as motherhood and tribal scenes. Rashmi Agarwal's work could be characterised as divinity, devotion and the simple natural miracles of life which bring us pleasure.
 
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