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Dragomir Savovic

Born in 1960, Dragomir Savovic is based in Belgrade. Savovic refers collectively to his latest series of works as ‘new visual explorations’. Aiming to create an image that draws on cartoon, comics and caricature he uses humour as a vehicle of creation. “People mainly look funny to me in their strivings towards their goals and that is what I try to express in my pictures.” Fascinated by the grotesque his work is organic in both its creation and its aesthetic.
 
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simone  scafiti

Whether it is springtime, the heights of summer or the plummeting depths of another icy winter, these pictures will bring a slice of sunshine and little bit of the sweet life. Caruso’s handling of the Italian landscape is beautiful, elegantly crafted and unique. By using a citric palette of blues and yellows, the artist manages to give the illusion of light, joy and vitality to her work. The canvass containing the still life with a flower pot particularly caught my eye for the way that the white and red petals seem to sing against the blue backdrop. This is stunning art that could not fail to light uo any room on any day, regardless of the weather.
 
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Tony Scarisbrick

After qualifying with a degree in illustration from Middlesex Polytechnic, Tony spent 19 years working in the graphic design industry as a studio manager for a London Design Consultancy and also an Advertising Agency. In 2002 he moved to the Peak District where he works as an Artist specialising in oils on board. His work is mainly of local scenes which provide him with an abundance of inspiration from an unspoiled part of the world. His work is exhibited by art galleries in the Peak District and surrounding areas.
 
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I. Schilling

By using wonderfully complimentary colours and a lightly impressionistic style, Ina Schilling creates warm works of art that would look wonderful in any home. The rolling hills that she creates are flecked with red petals and crowned with a clear blue sky. In these paintings summer never ends and the trees continually move with a gentle elegance in the calming breeze. Vibrant yellow sunflowers punctuate the canvas and bring a gloriously glowing verve to this collection of works. As the sun shines down on each glowing petal the viewer can almost smell the aroma of the pollen on the gentle wind. Schilling clearly loves each season shows its inherent beauty and grace with the variety of the countryside proving an ever changing inspiration.
 
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Gabriela Schutz

Ever get the feeling that life is passing you by? Just one big habitual, recurring Journey, a maze of interwoven decisions and choices, constantly doubting if you’re heading in the right direction or if you’ve been here before? Gabriela Schutz’s depictions of Mazes, Orchards, Gardens, repetitive, sterile formulaic divisions of space with seemingly no end or beginning raise a few hairs on the back of your neck as well as delightful question after delightful question.
 
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Tracey Scott-Townsend

Tracey Scott has developed an original process by which she creates these haunting figurative works. Combining digitally manipulated photographs, which are transferred on to delicate tissue, she uses a variety of artist and domestic materials, including watercolour and acrylic paint, bleach and glue, to produce an ethereal and textural quality which is uniquely her own. Hoping to generate an emotion response from the viewer, Tracey's inspiration is deeply rooted in her own experiences of being a woman and a mother. Tracey Scott's work has been exhibited across Britain in both Group and solo exhibitions.
 
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Impish Scribe

These are beautifully resonant pictures from a very talented photographer. The large scale of these works means that they would look great in any commercial space or office. Their muted tones create a tasteful atmosphere and the iconic landmarks are shown in all their glory. The warming tones of the sunset give depth to the works, each one alive with light and shade. A great example of the photographer’s art, these works demand to be viewed again and again.
 
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Sita Shah

Art has always been a passion for Sita Shah. Born in Kenya and of Indian origin, Sita Shah now lives and works in London. After completing a MEng in Biomedical Engineering from Imperial College London, Shah began painting as a way of unwinding from the day. Finding her inspiration from the landscape she draws on Indian and Kenyan culture to help create her works.
 
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Nasim Shahid

Nasim Shahid has been a professional artist for over five years and has participated in a variety of exhibitions across the UK. Having completed a BA in Fine Art from Northbrook College, Worthing, UK, she went on to successfully complete an MA in Painting at Brighton University in 2002. Her strong use of rich earthy reds, oranges and blues seek to enrich and deepen both the style and content of her work and allow the viewer to reflect beyond the represented form. "My work is an exploration of the meaning to be found behind the veil of reality." She says. Predominantly a figurative and landscape artist her work has been featured in, UK Women Artist Diary, and Leisure Painter magazine.
 
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Kiran Sharma

Kiran is influenced by building styles, but look closer at her elegant arches and inviting alleyways, there you find she captures their rough textures. Beyond this fine detailing, the artist uses the particular qualities of pigment on canvas to capture the feelings of her direct experiences.
 
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