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Theo Mendez

THEO MENDEZ 1933 - 1997 Theo taught at Camberwell College of Art and Design and became Head of the Textile Department 1976 - 1985. The Principal, Ian Tregarthen-Jenkin said in 1998 "that as a much loved leader, the success of the course stemmed from his belief in the activities of painting". Since his death there have been six London Exhibitions, works are in The Museum of London and private collections in France, Australia, New Zealand, America and Great Britain. His work is mainly abstract and often based on landscape, places visited, and music. Theo worked with oil, acrylic and collage on canvas, wood and board. He also made constructions mainly in wood and metal.
 
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Pavel Mescheriakov

Pavel Meshcheryakov was born in 1964 in Penza. He was studying in the Art College named after K. Savitsky for 6 years (1982-1988). After that he was working for several years in a local television studio as an artist. The same time he began to cooperate with some galleries in Moscow and Vienna where he lived and worked. His first artworks were mainly fantastic and surrealistic. Somewhat later he started mastering the portrait genre. He also makes copies of paintings of all genres and styles.
 
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THEO MICHAEL

Enigmatic is a much over used word, but for the work of Theo Michael no other word will do. Each painting contains as many narrative points as the film noir movies he is so passionate about. Trilby donned characters make phone calls, ignoring or unaware of the femme fatal watching closely with her shoulder suggestively exposed. A couple walks along seaside promenades, but is it their love keeping them warm or does the restless weather represent an unknown trauma unfolding? Heavily stylised characters play chess in a desert landscape or light cigarettes, delighted with the attention they are receiving from the scooter riding local girls. This work is deeply atmospheric, with small details creating wider questions about the characters and their world. Undeniably attractive and mysterious enough to keep the viewer coming back for more, this is art would provide intrigue and interest in any home or office space.
 
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Noriko Michigami

Born in Japan, Noriko Michigami moved to the UK as a child. "Soon after I began painting in England I became aware that mostly my sense of sensibilities originated in Japan…" She says, adding, " The simplicity and the sense of 'Praise of shadows' and the Japanese traditional concept of 'mono-no-aware' to understand and respond to the appeal of objects to the human heart, effect not only my emotion, but they make my perception". Shaped by her memory and emotions, she is particularly interested in how light and shadow affects the work, both visually and psychologically. Her use of colour, particularly her brown sepia washes, helps to create a strong sense of isolation and melancholy. Noriko Michigami has works in private collections throughout the U.K.
 
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Martin Middleton

Martin Middleton has lived and worked in London for the past 8 years and takes his inspiration from the city. “I have been painting a wide variety of subjects that interest me for the past fifteen years but over the past two years I have focused largely on images of London.” Having undertaken a number of commissions his work has been exhibited most recently in the South of England.
 
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Sarah Milburn

As equally at home with the figurative as the fantastic, Sarah Milburn is a past master at conjuring a mood. Whether it be a blustery day amidst local architecture or a sumptuous evocation of dancing flames, she uses pattern freely and expressively to imbue her compositions with dynamic energy. She describes herself as a latecomer to art and an "absolute beginner" but her work is already proving to be most popular up in the North East where she lives.
 
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Christopher James Mills

London-based Christopher Mills has been a photographer since the age of 14. He has honed his technique as a printer and camera operator in a photographic labs, learning photo-composite techniques and Photoshop. He has exhibited around London including the Tram Depot.
 
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Shannon Mills

The daughter of a South African Artist, Shannon Mills began painting at the age of 4 and sold her first painting at the age of 17. Predominantly self-taught, Mills started off painting in acrylic and subsequently moved to oil. Shannon Mills creates both landscape and portrait paintings in oil on canvas. She has exhibited in numerous galleries in Cape Town, and regularly undertakes private painting commissions.
 
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Claire Milner

Claire Milner has created art for celebrity clients including R&B star Rihanna, for large corporations and for private clients around the world. Her Swarovski artwork has recently come to global attention with much international media coverage and her work is regularly published in books and magazines. Claire specialises in original artwork, exclusively made with SWAROVSKI® ELEMENTS and painting/mixed media images embellished with crystals. She creates art in any subject requested but is especially known for her portraits of people and animals. She brings her wealth of experience working in the design and illustration industry as well as her extensive technical knowledge as a mosaic artist to achieve her own instantly recognisable style.
 
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