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Bozena Kaluga

The works which I create are generally abstract. The main influences of my art are textile, graphics, paintings and sculpture. Major inspirations are nature, architecture and human figures, creating a strong lyrical even personal character. Generally I am interested in texture and line.
 
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Wolf Karpowitz

Wolf Karpowitz conjurs alternative intense worlds in his drawings and paintings. The sheer detail of a city scape that has been captured is overwhelming. The drawings generate a feeling of alienation particularly due to their dense pencil lines, strong unnatural sharp angles and monochromatic colour schemes. This slightly disorientating effect is lifted in his acrylic paintings where not only is there an effective use of primary colours but softer, more organic forms are present. It appears that Karpowitz is detailing two possible environments and the one which is the most desireable is the natural where people can idle time away in sail boats, gardens and inns.
 
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Patricia Keay

Pat Keay returned two years ago from Kenya, where she painted, exhibited, taught art, and worked as Educational Co-ordinator for a national gallery for over 20 years. Her work hangs in some prominent buildings in Nairobi, and her passion for light, shade, colour and mood in her ‘place-scapes’ remains informed by her work in Africa. Her recent pictures, celebrate a distinct sense of place, depicting urban London, Crystal Palace and rural Scotland. Her work is not photographic in style but atmospheric and evocative, always based on studies done ‘in situ’.
 
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Charlotte Keelan

Charlotte Keelan is a passionate draughtswoman and has completed many portrait commissions of subjects that include babies, children and family groups. She also is a great animal lover and they are an endless source of inspiration for her.
 
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Patrick Kelly

Like Paul Gauguin back in1897, Goldsmith's graduate Patrick Kelly presents art that portrays the big issues of life: "Where did we come from, what are we and where are we going?" He paints In an imaginative. highly subjective style with a brightly coloured palette to condense large tracts of space into a single artwork.His piece "Ex nihilo", Latin for "out of nothing" could be thought of as depicting the moment of creation, the black void in the epicentre being the pupil of God's eyeball. Whilst "Life on the crust of a cooling planet" evokes global warming and its catastrophic effects. A small statue in the foreground, along with its praying devotees is about to be destroyed by an approaching tsunami.
 
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Karen  Keogh

Obsessively recording and documenting the world she sees around her, Karen Keogh is a prolific printmaker. Specialising in Etching and Monotype prints, she exhibits twice annually with The Nine Elms group of artists and in various solo and group exhibitions throughout the Southeast.
 
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Justine Kerr

Justine Kerr is originally from Edinburgh, Scotland and now lives in Canada. While studying her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at Dundee University, she spent two semesters at NSCAD University, Nova Scotia, Canada. This experience proved to be life changing. Here she finds her true calling for stone carving , and her future husband to boot. “I am interested in the dichotomies within myself...exploring these visually in my work; the contrast of textures within stone evokes a warming in my heart……polished stone, the blazing beauty of the intricacies of hidden colours interfaced with contrasting rough markings made by my tools. This is conveyed well in my stone carvings, ‘Imminent’ and ‘Inextricably Bound’, she says. In 2006 and 2008, The Nova Scotia Art Bank purchased Justine Kerr’s art work for their collection and she was recently been awarded a creation grant from the Nova Scotia Arts Council.
 
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Saba  Khan

Recently making a splash in Modern Painters and Aesthetica magazines, Saba Khan's contemporary oil and mixed-media paintings and drawings explore moments in what she describes as "our random, surreal emotional, spiritual, sensual and geopolitical lives". For her, making art is about simultaneously engaging in mind, body, spirit and physical spaces where seen and unseen worlds intermingle and fluctuate. "Concerned about a shiny, artificial, branded geopolitical world where the majority do not benefit, I eventually face an image that is both fragmenting and optimistic, like the beginning of something new yet familiar that had always existed, but was not previously noticed. I work on the principle of the ‘death of the author’, once a work is made, what I have experienced and expressed is dead and the onlooker interacts with a blank canvas where a new world ebbs and flows’.
 
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Wafa Khan

Inspired by nature and the environment, Wafa Khan completed a BA in Fine Arts, Psychology & English Literature at the Govt. Viqar-Un-Nisa College in Pakistan before completing her MA in Textile Design and Surface Design at the Fatima Jinnah Women University, Pakistan in 2003. Her attraction to repetitive pattern and form, combined with her fascination in nature enables her to create these vibrant paintings on paper. Wafa Khan now lives and works in the UK.
 
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