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Mandy Ingram

Mandy Ingram's paintings reflect both a sense of fragility, and strength with equal allure. "My work is a result of a journey through which I have been exploring the perception of 'landscape." She says, adding, "I deal with the subtleties of surface, depth, texture and light which is cultivated from an emotional response to visual memory." Using intense and complex combinations of colour, Mandy Ingram's contemplative and reflective approach to painting creates landscapes which are powerfully emotive and markedly poignant. Since graduating from university with a BA(Hons)Fine Art Mandy has worked as a teacher of art and photography and has also undertaken environmental art based projects and commissions.
 
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Sergei Inkatov

Sergei Inkatov, an Estonian artist of Armenian origin, produces original and immediately recognisable paintings, and is achieving increasingly widespread international acclaim. His work has proved highly collectable in Moscow and St Petersburg, and he has enjoyed successful exhibitions in Germany, Spain, Finland, Russia, USA as well as Estonia. The renowned and influential Russian Museum in St Peterburg has recently voted Sergei as one of the top artists of the 20th Century and 14 of his works are being published in their commemorative book. At 40 Sergei is firmly on his way to achieving great success.
 
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Raymond Irons

Raymond Irons is a veteran freelance photographer who has an impressive portfolio ranging from fashion and commercial photography to photo journalism. He has exhibited his work in Trafalgar Square, The Arts Theatre Club, Earls Court Exhibition Centre and the Burgh House Gallery, Hampstead. He has photgraphed Prime Ministers Royalty and many famous actors.
 
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Talia Israeli

Talia aims for her paintings to ''confront and absorb the challenges that photography and digital imagery bring into visual reality'' Through these urban landscapes, she hope to raise social and psychological issues of contemporary existence.
 
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Wacek Jagielski

You couldn't probably think of an artist more spiritual and devoted to art than Waclaw. He speaks a poetic language through any art form he chooses to use; whether renovating antiques, writing poetry, painting in his studio or out in the open air. He also sculpts and makes tapestries. Waclaw loves life and speaks about it via his creations, praising the beauty of the earth and supporting those who most need it, the ill and suffering, when Waclaw auctions his work through charities.
 
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Csaba Janosi

Csaba Janosi was born in Szatmárnémeti, Rumania-Transsylvania in 1962 and now lives and works in Hungary. Janosi studied Graphic Design, Printing and Sculpture under Professor Hajnalka Parádi and Ioan Sasu in Szatmár’s School for Music and Fine Art. Later, while completing his military service, he was commissioned to produce a large scale painting for the army which after finishing his service inspired him to become a professional artist. His painting, ‘Women washing in the creek-side’, was bought by Laura Bush in 2002 during a visit to Szentendre. His work has now been exhibited internationally and can be found in private collections in Hungary, the USA, W-Europe and Canada.
 
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Fanny Janssen

Fanny Janssen is currently studying for an MA in Philosophy and exhibits in London showing a range of media such as photography painting and film. Her work has been shown at the Cannes Film Festival, the Nolias Gallery and at the Truman Brewery, London, E1. Her imagery is thought provoking and subtly haunting even though she works with a variety of subjects. Her most recent exhibition was at the Doomed Gallery, London with the Ribbon Machine Collective with whom she has shown now on two occasions in group shows.
 
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Susan Jelley

Whether tackling the subjects of children’s stories, painting riverside scenes or portraits Susan Jelley does so with a skilful hand and deftness of touch. By using a smoky impressionistic style she manages to show the light and energy of the things she paints. Her painting of London really captures the hazy chaos of early morning by the river. Her pictures of models and Russian girls show sensitivity for form and sympathy for the subjects. This is clearly art made by an artist who cares deeply about the world around her. The illustrative works of children’s stories would make fantastic gifts for younger relatives as the characters are painted in a practiced and studied manner. Varied and always interesting, Susan Jelley’s work will surely prove popular with the discerning customers of LondonArt.
 
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Jo Jenkins

“I want to suggest a mystery which paint can suggest by applying layers of texture and colour. I try to suggest a depth and ambiguity where foreground and background mix, some areas are partly revealed. Some blanked out. I hope that the viewer will see something different every time they stand in front of my work” she says. Inspired by Peter Lanyon, Tapies and Porter her paintings are often a reflection of her travels, and although her work is essentially abstract there can be no doubt that it is enriched by the landscape. Having spent many years teaching Art, Jo Jenkins has recently retired and now enjoys life painting full time at her base in Chester, UK.
 
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Katherine Jenkins

For many artists the study of light and the attempt to capture it on a flat surface, like canvas has been a life time preoccupation. Katherine, an emerging artist, has also started her journey towards discovering light and its impact on the final result of a painting. She enjoys exploring it while painting still-lives and interiors, which are good models for her case study.
 
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