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Zin V.

The artist Zin works in a Cubist style in oils and acrylic. The surface is alive with a welter of playful geometric forms creating a very striking effect. Human figures may be discerned within the complex patterns, which rely on lines of a stong black and white contrast. Zin's use of the Cubist style is sophisticated and the paintings have varying portrayals of space. Whereas many are busy and intricate, others appear to show an interior space or architectural elements. Furthermore, these are cubist works with a contemporary cartoon-like quality.
 
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Christoffel van Bokstel

Christoffel Van Bokstel produces abstract acrylic paintings that are both brightly coloured and gestural. They demonstrate an enthusiasm for the act of painting and give the impression of boundless energy.
 
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Alla Vaysman

Alla Vaysman is a prolific painter and fine art teacher who was trained in Russian but now lives and works in Germany. She works with equal facility in oils, acrylics and watercolours and shows her works in many exhibitions around Germany and Russia.
 
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BANKSYNo2 Vernon

Born 1948 in Nottingham, UK, George is the founder of the Tube-ism movement. After studying art in the 1960s he spent a number of years travelling around Europe before returning to Bristol to establish the movement. His work although related to "death and its mystical never ending cycle", is profusely vibrant and vivacious. Vernon is currently working on a series of paintings entitled The Resurrection Descending . Vernon's first children's book, The Corn Queen was published in 2004 and he has recently exhibited at the Royal West Academy. He has works in numerous public and private collections.
 
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Mark Vidler

Mark Vilder is a figurative and landscape artist who specialises in oil and metal leaf. Vilder predominantly uses metal leaf to help build up a depth and intensity to the skin tone. Through the layering of colour and metal leaf he has created a technique which helps create a sense of history and luminosity to his work. Currently living and working in Wiltshire, UK Mark has work in private collections and has exhibited across Britain.
 
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Tina Viljoen

Tina Vilgoen spent many years working as a film and television producer in Canada. Since moving to London, Tina now devotes her time to her own art. Painting partly from memory and partly from imagination, her landscapes works are often inspired by photographs while travelling in a moving vehicle. Also inspired by nature and her love for pastel medium, Tina Vilgoen creates beautiful still life arrangements of flowers and food. Often utilising watercolour, photography and digital technology Tina is currently studying at the Byam Shaw, London Institute.
 
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Jim Vincent

Jim Vincent's interest in a variety of artistic genres, including portraiture, lanscapes, interiors and abstracts works, is testament to his 30 years of painting experience. His most recent collection is a series of abstract paintings focusing on the relationship and oppositions between music and painting, expressed through the medium of oils and mixed media to create textured collages.
 
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James Vinciguerra

James Vinciguerra loves to draw. Whether he is using pencil or a graphite tablet, sketching landscapes, cityscape's seascapes or people, James's vigour and prolific enthusiasm is apparent. "I can draw so I do, it's that simple really".
 
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Paul  Wadsworth

How does an artist paint pure joy? What is in certain combinations of colours and forms that makes a work speak out with a childlike wonder? The art of Paul Wadsworth does all of those things and more. Thickly applied paint gives the work a really organic feel, tempting the viewer to reach in and play with the colours. The textures and heavy brushstrokes combine to convey verve and vitality, the lines running like children across the work. As the light fades on a beach in late summer the sky comes alive with a multitude of colours, all captured by Wadsworth in these works. I find it impossible to look at these paintings and not be transported to a joyfully warm day when problems are far away. Reds, turquoises, and yellows light up the artwork like fireworks in a clear sky and leave the viewer with a lifted spirit and a happier heart. Any room would be lifted by the addition of a Paul Wadsworth for a little slice of happiness.
 
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