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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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Inge-Marie Jensen

Born and raised in sunny South Africa, Inge-Marie has been influenced by the bold way of life and colourful scenery. She obtained her distinction in Graphic Design Diploma III majoring in illustration, and has a strong sense of the fine art. She loves to paint in any medium and has many styles to show for this. Inge-Marie now lives and works in London, where her work reflects a strong foundation in drawing skills and design. Her illustrations and paintings have been used for Editorial, Publishing and Advertising projects, while some work in her portfolio has been specially commissioned by clients. Please take a look at her new collection of work.
 
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Eric  Jobbins

Eric has been trained as a teacher with his main subject being art. His inspirations came from the works of the Pre-Raphaelites and Salvador Dali's surrealism, but he created the most powerful opinions about art when he saw a Spanish Super - Realist exhibition about 30 years ago. Since then he has been driven by an urge to capture detail in painting and aimed to achieve three-dimensional imagery, with a hint of impressionism.
 
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Hans Johansson

One brief glance at the CV of Hans Johansson confirms that this is a very experienced, established artist. Having trained at the Royal College of Art in Stockholm, he has exhibited work in many different countries such as Sweden, America, Spain, China and Britain. He has shown at the prestigious Saatchi Gallery, on Tube posters in London and in Times Square, New York, to name but a few impressive sites. The work he shows here at Londonart is comprised of sensitive pencil drawings and a recent oil painting. The works in pencil are renderings of mysterious, mythological muses, which only partly cohere, thus adding to their hypnotic allure. Both the drawings and the painting have a strong sense of movement in their line and brushwork.
 
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Anthony Johnson

Anthony Johnson's work hopes to reflect mans struggle to enhance and harness the natural world. Johnson's use of an underlying geometric structure combined with his erratic and frenetic mark making capture the spirit of contemporary urban living. "It is the idea of an industrialised environment's denial of human mortality that interests me." says Johnson… "My work tries to address the idea that our surrounding fabricated environment often seems incapable of sustaining the creatures that have built it all and now must exist within its framework."
 
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Alison Johnson

By expressing the power of light playing amongst the water drops, this artist shows the abstract, surreal side to the natural world. Her seascapes follow a deep tradition which Johnson modernises and adds her own feminine, decorative touch. Blues and yellows sink below a piercing white surface as oceans and landscapes drift in and out of a sweeping hazy mist. The sky appears deep and brooding, the colours revealing a darkness that battles with the flashes of light. When shapes and figures do reveal themselves they appear lost and fragile against the infinite space of the world around. Such is the atmosphere contained in these works they could easily be viewed as pure abstractions, each detail vital enough to stand alone. These are truly astonishing pictures that need to be viewed up close to be appreciated.
 
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Jaz Jones

Jaz Jones studied at the Central School of Art and Design, London, before completing her MA at the Trent Polytechnic in Nottingham. Jones' specialises in Gouache, a water based paint which allows for quick application and fluid mark making. Her industrious city landscapes utilise the resonant qualities of the medium, creating vibrant and colourful street scenes. Jaz Jones now lives and works in Devon, England.
 
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Rachael Jones

Wookey-jones’ cheery images combine collage and drawing to produce fresh vibrant pictures full of life and youthful optimism.
 
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