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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 I’m 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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James  Flavell

James Flavell has created an exquisite range of wood sculptures which currently focuses on water droplets and ripples. “After seeing the 1950 Escher piece ‘Rippled Surface’, I began to study the effect of drops hitting a still water surface and started work on this theme in January 2007.” he says. Working with an impressive selection of wood, from African Padauk, Elm, Maple and Cherry his work draws out the natural beauty of the wood while reflecting and exploring a momentary reaction of nature.
 
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TESSA GKOTZAMANI

In the early Nineties, Tessa Gkotzamani studied for six years in the private studio of the well known Greek painter Kwsta Xanthopoulos and his team. She has been much inspired too by the galleries of London and Europe. She is a keen portrait and figure painter favouring oil and acrylics.
 
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Sebastian  Grabowski

Sebastian Grabowski is an award-winning sculptor from Poland. He trained at the National College of Fine Arts in Szczecin between 2000-2005 and is currently completing a post-grad in sculpture from the academy of Fine Art in Poznan. Special achievements include winning a scholarship to the Academy in Poznan, special prize in a drawing competition at the Gallery Wozownia, Torun, and Best Sculpture in an 'Open Air Workshops' competition in Barlinek. He has had a number of solo shows in Poland and been included in several group exhibitions in Ukraine and Poland. He was born in 1985 in Gryfino.
 
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zac greening

Zac Greening Zac Greening’s work explores the ordered geometry in tension with chaos found within nature, using metal to create sculptures that are timeless, unlike the subject matter they will not decay. He peers into the secret beauty through magnified forms, an anemones perfect fractal merging into chaos of molton drips. The choice of manmade materials, to make sometimes stark imposing sculptures or treasure like plaques awakens a sense of the precious and fragile quality of the natural world. He toys with scale, so that ‘Seed’ could be mistaken for a model planet, it reflects in its cracked intriguing surface the mundane world in which it is set.
 
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Alan Greenwell

Alan Greenwell is a sculptor who specializes in Acrylic Sheet. Fascinated by the idea of ‘carving out space with light’, Greenwell has been developing the technique since 2000. Finding his inspiration from three dimensional Geometry and Astronomy, his work has led him to intensely study the images sent back from NASA’s Hubble telescope. “Whether suspended or standing, my sculptures imply more spaces than they occupy; they stimulate the imagination to fill the gaps. This is amplified by the environment seen through or reflected in the acrylic plates.” he says. Alan Greenwell has recently undertaken a number of commissions for public spaces and exhibits his work across North West England.
 
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Lee Guthrie

Lee Guthrie documents the passing of time by revealing tangible evidence of it. By highlighting the underfoot, often quite literally, and the generally unnoticed, Lee manages to capture the ageing process with these inquisitive and unexpectedly elegant images of the every day and seemingly mundane.
 
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Christine Harfleet

Christine Harfleet's work is inspired by a "fascination and appreciation of the earth and its natural rock formations - fossils with their hidden secrets, sea and water movements and plants and cell life." Drawing plays an important part in the creation of her work and forms a strong foundation to her working practice. Sketching directly from life when out on location, Harfleet uses her drawings to help recapture the form and feeling of nature once she is back in the studio. Educated at Goldsmiths College of Art in Fine Art, where she gained a degree and postgraduate Diploma she currently specialises in photography, sculpture and painting. Christine Harfleet lives and works in Brighton where she regularly exhibits her work.
 
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Henry Herman

Henry Herman has been sculpting in wood for over 30 years and lives in the rural Cotswolds. His passion is horses, especially the Arab breeds: riding, breeding, drawing and sculpting them.
 
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Rene Hinds

Envisage your warehouse flat as a hip urban contemporary space, with splashes of retro twang and a eclectic collection of memorabilia? Hinds sculptures are a must buy!
 
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