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Victoria Stothard

Few images capture the imagination quite like the hazy invisibility of mist glistening in the winter sun. Victoria Stothard captures the idiosyncracies of the seasons in her bright, skillfull paintings. Her Hollyhocks have a deep velvety, wine colour, brought to life with a stroke of driven white. In the light of the fading dusk, butterflies play and reflect what is left of the day. She shows the viewer the beautiful shapes created when flowers are shown in close up. Her mixed media copperwave pictures create a textured flash of abstraction, while the heavy lines of the symmetrical, split canvasses create weighty atmospherics. Her work is varied and accomplished and for someone so young she already has a dedicated group of collectors and admirers.
 
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Sturla  Strand

Sturla uses a mixture of techniques in creating his images. Some of them are developed in a traditional way, in a darkroom; others are played with by using Photoshop. Sturla prefers working with a photograph digitally, because it gives him overall control with the result and look of the work. He is interested in shapes, lines and shadows; generally speaking in a form of an object. His inspirations come from various motives and places; most of his shots are taken locally to his home, in Son, Norway.
 
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George Stubbs

Mainly painting in Oil George Stubbs's landscape paintings are created from his memory and imagination. Many of the scenes reflect real landscapes from a cherished time spent living and painting in Marrakech, North Africa.
 
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Anna Styrc

The work of Anna Styrc is colourful, imaginative and highly charged. Taking her inspiration from nature, she creates paintings in mixed media and acrylic, whose surfaces appear to be constantly moving. She makes deft use of the palette knife to create a rich array of textures and at times adds metallic effects to capture the energy of life and the environment breathing.
 
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Yvonne Svantesson

There is a real mystery to Yvonne Svantesson's images. Firstly they are painted using watercolour and fish skin; an unusual addition to the norm. Secondly: where is 71 degrees north? The plot thickens! And who can picture a ptarmigan? Never mind one who laughs... This is an artist with something decidely different to offer.
 
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Arisa Tabaku

With a free and easy style, Arisa Tabaku's enjoyment of painting really comes across. The lyricism of her figurative works, especially "Girl Bathing" is further emphasised in abstracts such as "The Universe". Only an artist immersed in the creative process could so confidently produce such a clear work of sheer pleasure! In works such as these, one is reminded of the child-like wonder of artist Paul Klee. Her London-based paintings also benefit from that same energy. With their lilting brushwork, they describe the sights of this great capital with the artist's, colourful and quirky approach.
 
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Eleanor Tallowin

It is fascinating to discover an artist whose working methods provoke thought and wonder. Eleanor is an architectural designer and encaustic artist who paints vibrant works inspired by the stark landscapes of Dartmoor. She says this of the fascinating encaustic technique: I love working with the molten wax as every piece I create is spontaneous and unique, I can never replicate any painting as I am working with a liquid medium.
 
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Michael Tarr

Tarr’s still life and landscape paintings explore the dramatic effects of both natural and artificial light.
 
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Annie Taylor

Annie is a landscape painter. Her previous images captured the beauty of Long Island where she had been living; now it is Dorset that attracts her with its unlimited views, varied lines and shapes. She works fast and passionately with whichever tool seems to be most suitable to express a moment in time. Then, she often re-works a piece adding texture and colour until she feels a painting is complete. Her works are painted over the edges and therefore extend nearly to the surface of the wall.
 
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Peri Taylor

Peri Taylor's vibrant watercolours are created by wet-on-wet watercolour painting. Wet on wet also known as wet-in-wet, is a painting technique in which layers of wet paint are applied to previous layers of wet paint. This technique requires a fast way of working, because the art work has to be finished before the first layers have dried. "I love the challenge of painting a model, working wet on wet with watercolour and ink. I enjoy mixing the flesh tones from two colours to give a subtle effect." say's Taylor. The history of the technique goes right back to the origins of oil painting, and was used by several of the early Netherlandish painters. Taylor who finds her inspiration in the places she visits, colour and light, often travels from her base in Bristol, UK to find her inspiration. "I love Italy, especially poppy time at the end of May beginning of June, in Umbria and Tuscany." she says, adding, "Although poppies are such delicate flowers they give such a splash of colour in the fields."
 
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