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Val Gleave

Val Gleave began making art in the early nineties out of an "urgent need to create". Although she enjoys using a variety of mediums and techniques from, photography, computer art and clay modelling, it is her, oil and acrylic paintings which give her the most intense gratification. Fascinated by the changing effects of the landscape, her work explores the effect of light on colour and often reflects the climate when it is at it's most poignant of moments. Currently studying painting at the Hampstead Institute, UK she has recently begun to exhibit her work in London.
 
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Penny  Glidewell

Fascinated by the erosion of the natural world due to environmental changes and human intervention, Penny Glidewell’s paintings reflect the underlying patterns and structures found in Europe’s eroding coastlines.
 
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Rachel Glittenberg

There is an infectious gaiety and pulsating energy in the paintings and drawings of Rachel Glittenberg. Here is an artist who appears to be seeing the world afresh with new eyes on her creative journey. The portraits of women are soul searching yet have a pleasing simplicity of line. Her evident love of nature is testament to our environment's abiding power as seedbed for self-expression and human connection.
 
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Yevgeny  Gorbachev

The results are always interesting when an accomplished landscape painter turns his hand to Surrealism. Gorbachev is clearly a devotee to Salvador Dali and his work also brings to mind the optical illusions of Magritte. Gorbachev is a professional artist, trained in the Ukraine and has shown widely in countries such as Ukraine, Israel, London, Germany and Canada.
 
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John Govett

John Govett’s eloquent studies from life and the landscape would make an ideal gift for you or a loved one.
 
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Valeriy Grachov

Valeriy Grachov was born in Archangels, Russia in 1949. He has spent a great deal of his life travelling the World and documenting the landscape and his experiences within it. The paintings exhibited on LondonArt reflect and capture aspects of various visited places including, Crimea, Caucasus, Pamirs, Tien Shan and the Himalayas. He has exhibited throughout the world and has a number of works in private collections worldwide.
 
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Grazyna Maria Gracyas

The paintings of Grazyna Maria Gracyas offer an escape from the stresses and challenges of the outside world. They are inhabited by a multitude of flowers and she has a particular penchant for poppies. There are plaintive figurative scenes featuring couples in landscapes or embracing in joyful images of infatuation. Satisfying our need for uplifting works, which ease the soul and tell wistful narratives, her work has been well received on her travels from Poland, via Botswana to Portsmouth where she now resides.
 
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David Grant

Bristol-based artist David Grant paints his icons from rock and black music scene and landscapes, acrylic and canvas. He has worked in the design and gaming industry for many years as a supporting career.
 
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Dan  Green

Dan Green is a figurative artist specialising in oil on canvas. His use of black and white imagery, starkly contrasted by opaque, solid backdrops of lilacs, blues and deep aubergines helps to create a heightened sense of reality. This dexterous use of colour also helps him to generate a peculiar sense of aging and wisdom to even the youngest and innocent of faces. Dan Green exhibits across the UK and has work in private collections across Britain.
 
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zac greening

Zac Greening Zac Greening’s work explores the ordered geometry in tension with chaos found within nature, using metal to create sculptures that are timeless, unlike the subject matter they will not decay. He peers into the secret beauty through magnified forms, an anemones perfect fractal merging into chaos of molton drips. The choice of manmade materials, to make sometimes stark imposing sculptures or treasure like plaques awakens a sense of the precious and fragile quality of the natural world. He toys with scale, so that ‘Seed’ could be mistaken for a model planet, it reflects in its cracked intriguing surface the mundane world in which it is set.
 
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