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Andrew Astridge

Inspired by some of the great artist of our time, Andrew Astridge takes inspiration from their art. From Jackson Pollock to Bayer, from pop art to impressionism; Astridge has it more or less covered.
 
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Royden Astrop

Royden Astrop was born in Newcastle upon Tyne in 1969. He spent most of his early adult career working as a TV soundman for American news based out of Cape Town, South Africa. During that time, Royden reported from some of the world’s most dangerous killing fields including Somalia, Rwanda, Zaire and Kosovo. In between news assignments, he worked as an artist focusing on digital, video and installation art. His watercolours were also exhibited in galleries in South Africa. After retiring from his news career, he returned to the UK in 2001, where his first professional exhibition of oil paintings, Lines of Fire, was met with a huge amount of national media and public interest. Now a full-time artist he predominantly works in oils on canvas.
 
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Vincent Au

Vincent Au was born in Hong Kong in 1977. From a very early age Vincent and his work received recognition, appearing on national television at the age of eleven. When he moved to London in 1990 Vincent Au began to focus on improving his draughtsmanship. His interest in drawing led to his passion for life painting and the human form, spending hours in the life room. Now in his late twenties Vincent Au's talent and understanding of the human form and how it relates spatially within an environment enables him to create these wonderful figurative paintings and drawings.
 
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Rosario Aufiero

It is no mean feat to be able to have a recognisable style yet to create individualistic paintings, each as inspired as the next. Rosario Aufiero does just this. His love of colour shines through his atmospheric works and their deep yet subtle tonality is always working to maximise the optical effect and emotional resonance befitting the subject. He is also able to judiciously employ texture and pattern to really heighten the impact of what amounts to a painterly worship of nature in all its glory.
 
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Wojciech Babski

The work of Wojciech Babski has a rugged, almost heroic, iconic masculinity to it. The faces and bodies of women and men appear as if in bold, with no compromise. Painted in rough hewn strokes in black and white, the colours which on the one hand either seep into or rather dominate his monochromatic underpainting style, tend to be primaries. These contribute to the unflinchingly direct effect of his work. The main themes appear to be anxiety and passion with occasional moments of peace. But as in the case of "Pale Rider" this is a calm that is just about to" kick off".
 
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Liz Balogh

By looking into her soul and painting the scene with a creative flair, Balogh creates work that can compare against the best in this genre. Her still life artworks depict all manner of creatures and scenes from nature, especially from the idyllic countryside in Scotland. She combines the exquisite blues, yellows and purples in order to create wonderful images of the landscape and its joyful inhabitants. These are incredible works of technique with each petal and blade of grass captured perfectly and with a skilled hand. The rolling glens and valleys look incredibly inviting to the viewer and would decorate any home. When Balogh turns her hand to capturing flowers, she succeeds in creating beautiful, intricate and lively images. The leaves she paints glow with the warmth of a sunny day and each detail comes to life within the image. Already a big success in her native Hungry, we are delighted to show her art on this site. We hope you enjoy looking through her work.
 
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Anita Barratt

Anita Barrat documents her travels throughout Europe the Americas and Asia in this beautiful collection of colour photographs. The clarity of her images, the light, contrast and composition of her work creates an insightful sense of drama within all her subjects and at times her work holds a sense of the film still. Anita Barrat lives and work in Devon, England.
 
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Michael Barrow

Michael Barrow is concerned with the human traces and shaping of the landscape. How we view it, frames and defines it. His images cause one to consider the implications of how we see: whether that means gazing up at the channel of sky between the branches of a tree, squatting at the ground level of splashing forest stream rapids or staring from outside in the cold through a steamy window at the warmth inside.
 
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Scott Bartha

Scott Bartha’s recent series of work was inspired by his travels throughout Australia and New Zealand. Rather than taking photographs of his explorations, Scott Bartha uses his memory to record specific places, smells, emotions and experiences. Allowing these memories to ruminate within his mind and by using prompts to help him, he then translates these memories on to the canvas at a later date.
 
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