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Ai Qiu Hopen

"Art is a crystal medium where our souls communicate. Art reaches the deepest, widest, most infinite dimensions and uplifts the soul from within. Art is a crystallisation of thoughts, reflecting our souls as in a mirror....in which we see more clearly, we awake and ascend. Resonance awakens our wings, we fly towards light... strength... freedom..." Aiqiu Hopen.
 
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Steve Lincoln Hubber

Steve Lincoln Hubber is a sculptor, painter, a photographer and published poet who trained with some of the finest in his field. He sells his artwork throughout London, the UK and overseas. His clientele include reputable collectors, interior designers, businesses and art lovers alike. As well as creating his own work, Steve works with internationally renowned sculptor Deirdre Hubbard FRBS in her Chelsea studio, London; who in turn worked there previously with Dame Elizabeth Frink. Recently Steve became an awardee from the Arts Council England. He also was involved in producing large scale sculpture for the Queen Mary Cruise Ship.
 
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Edyta Ignaczak

Edyta Ignaczak is predominantly a printmaker who uses traditional drawing and printmaking methods as well as exploring advanced digital technology. Using her chosen medium to visually explore a subject or concept, her work is as much about the first mark on the page as it is the last. Through the layering of line and form Ignaczak creates a concentrated sense of history and a transparent sense of discovery in each raw and often emotional piece. Currently living in London her work is in private collections across the South of England.
 
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Magnus Irvin

Magnus was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers in 1997. He has had numerous high profile exhibitions: The House of Commons, London, The Mall galleries, London and the Barbican Center, London as well as exhibiting widely in Europe.
 
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Justine Kerr

Justine Kerr is originally from Edinburgh, Scotland and now lives in Canada. While studying her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at Dundee University, she spent two semesters at NSCAD University, Nova Scotia, Canada. This experience proved to be life changing. Here she finds her true calling for stone carving , and her future husband to boot. “I am interested in the dichotomies within myself...exploring these visually in my work; the contrast of textures within stone evokes a warming in my heart……polished stone, the blazing beauty of the intricacies of hidden colours interfaced with contrasting rough markings made by my tools. This is conveyed well in my stone carvings, ‘Imminent’ and ‘Inextricably Bound’, she says. In 2006 and 2008, The Nova Scotia Art Bank purchased Justine Kerr’s art work for their collection and she was recently been awarded a creation grant from the Nova Scotia Arts Council.
 
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Alex Kirkwood

Recently graduated from Bartlett School of Architecture, London, Alex makes fine use of a cutting-edge technology, 3D printing. He bases his urban forms on satellite images from early Google Maps, celebrating their inaccuracies, errors and distortions to create miniature vistas that appear familiar yet also look rather odd.
 
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Damjan Komel

Born in Slovenia in 1971 Damjan Komel began making sculpture in 2001 under the guidance of the Slovenian sculptor Janez Pirnat. After completing an art degree from the Famul Stuart School of applied Art in Ljubljana in 2004, he has taken part in group exhibitions in Slovenia, Italy, Austria and Croatia.
 
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Kaz Krewniak

Kaz Krewniak is a monumental sculptor who has designed a number of public sculptures in Poland and Germany. He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, specialising in Industrial Forms.
 
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Pasquale Lagatta

Pasquale Lagatta's work is a paradoxical mix of approaches. On the one hand his work are re-creations of superstar icons such as Elvis, Amy Winehouse and Marilyn who have by now become utterly familiar. But on the other, they are conjured up with a difference: be it that their outline is 'drawn' in a thin metal sculpture, or that they feature on a dictionary page which once 'lived' back in 1938. Billed on the site as 'Original and unique' they form an ironic commentary on the fame machine and its inexorable need for new 'editions' or versions and our need to idolise and make special those who excel or fill an emotional need in the public's heart.
 
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