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Kenneth Clarke

A former Mr Universe, Kenneth has since turned from body sculpture to art and in so doing has evinced a fine appreciation for the female form. Elsewhere, a love of music is revealed both in the use of music notation and pulsing forms, with twisting shell-shapes alluding to the fractal imagery of chaos theory.
 
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Oliver Creed

Oliver Creed studied Sculpture at the Norwich School of art in the late 80's. Working as a professional artist for over fifteen years, Creed now enjoys a reputation as one of Norfolk's significant stone carvers and foremost sculptors. Specialising in Stoneware his abstract sculptures are held in both public and private collections here in the UK and abroad.
 
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Susan Czopor

Leaving a ocular trail of her inspirations and aspirations, Susan Czopor's rhythmic oil paintings hope to reflect her thoughts and emotions on a two dimensional picture plane. Since graduating in the late nineties, Susan has had works in numerous exhibitions including the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Royal Academy, London.
 
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Kelly-Anne Davitt

It is not difficult to understand why, since her graduation in 2002; Kelly-Anne Davitt's portraiture painting has become much-admired and highly celebrated, both from the art establishment and her contemporaries and from private art buyers and collectors alike. Kelly-Anne's work, commended for its unarguable talent and ability by the National Portrait Gallery, London, was shortlisted to appear at the National BP Portrait Awards 2003.
 
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Stephen Dillon

Having graduated and exhibited in Northern Ireland, this gifted ceramicist creates deeply emotive sculptural pieces that truly stand out from the crowd. Packed full of emotion and power, this is work from a promising artist and we hope to exhibit more works in the future.
 
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Barbara Douglas

The physical world provides endless inspiration for artists around the world. For Barbara Douglas, the natural spaces of the African continent provide endless fascination. She captures the majesty of grazing lions with an impressionistic hand that shows their manes and figures radiating in the fading light of dusk. When she paints humans she creates images of popular stills from the movies, or of the heroism of well-known sportsman in the final stages of victory. Her work is already selling well on this site for its beautiful handling of forms and colours and we are sure that many of customers would find a good home for these beautiful canvasses.
 
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Graeme Evelyn

Londonart is most proud to welcome to its roster an artist with a fascinating CV whose powerful work is critically acclaimed. Graeme Evelyn's work is historically important in the way it enables new audiences to question institutional spaces such as churches, cathedrals and museums. His work has been collected by prestigious institutions such as Gloucester Cathedral, African American Center Princeton University, Cornell University NY and the Museum in Docklands London. Currently researching and developing in collaboration with Historic Royal Palaces and The Royal Collection, a major project for Kensington Palace for 2013, this is a significantly collectable artist.
 
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sebastien fitch

When an artist's work is described as having a 'dream like' quality to it, nine times out of ten the paintings have a hazy and somewhat vague characteristic to them - created by delicately applied brush mark, often in soft, meditative colours. Although Sebastien Fitch's works are firmly within the realms of reality, they have a pensive otherworldly sense to them, as if lost in thought and absorbed from within.Sebastien Fitch is an artist originally from Toronto, Canada, who has been living in the U.K. for the past two years. He works in various media: wood, steel, paint, collage - whatever he has access to and feels would best suit a given idea.
 
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Flow Fitzgerald

Predominantly influenced by classical art, both of the Greek and renaissance period, Florence Fitzgerald is a sculptor who is very much inspired by the human form. I love to work with the life model because there is a special creative energy there. I try to capture a little bit of the spirit and the soul of the person Im working with. I find the process a very powerful experience. For me the relationship with the model is an integral part of my creative process. She says. A self taught artist, Fitzgerald was born in France and currently lives in London.
 
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