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Johan Nieuwborg

Johan Nieuwborg has been making art for over fifteen years. His metallic sculptures are created by using air pressure to push, expand and shape lead into some wonderfully organic forms. Once this initial stage has been completed Johan works to develop and extenuate their character, adding and expanding form until satisfied with the whole. The lead is then plated, often by using a Silver Tin finish which gives an extra depth and character to each piece.
 
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Anil Nijhawan

Born in India, Anil Nijhawan moved to the UK when he was very small. Influenced by both Indian and British contemporary art, his work compliments and amalgamates both an aesthetic style, and subject matter, which are familiar to both cultures. A self taught artist his paintings are now held in private collections as far apart as Trinidad, UK and the USA.
 
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Mathias Pfaff

Matias comes from Switzerland but currently lives and works in London and San Francisco. He uses various mediums and techniques and his portfolio includes three dimensional forms, photographic prints and installations. Looking closely and interpreting is the key to Matias' work, which incorporates the use of symbols. The artist says that his art attempts to draw a line between antiquity and the avant-garde. Therefore art history and perhaps history, understood as narrative story, is important for Matias's timeless work.
 
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Austen Pinkerton

Austen Pinkerton specialises in Acrylic and Watercolour. Austen takes inspiration from the world around him. Using representational elements as a starting point for a composition, Austen uses his memory and imagination to create a whole new environment, full of narrative and emotion. "…Sometimes I simply want just to express my feelings, about something or other in my life, or in the world around me."
 
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Tiutia Putia

“I do not look for inspiration; it's the inspiration that finds me” says Tiutia Putia with a cheeky glint in his eye. Putia’s recent online gallery introduces, ‘The Dirty Dozen’, a series of small sculptures which reflect his genuine affection and instinctive insight in to human nature. Each sculpture depicts a narrative, scene, concept or thought which has been developed from his observations on life. “I would say that I live and try to share my life with others. It may sound banal, but it's the closest to what I tend to embrace in my art.” Puita. Tiutia Putia was born in Poland and moved to London five years ago where he currently lives and works.
 
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Pat Rae

Pat Rae studied at Bournemouth Art School and the Michaelis School of Fine Arts in Cape Town before going on to Study Post graduate at the Royal College of Art London. She spent several years working in Africa and on the Greek island of Paros, before establishing her studio in London, England. Pat Rae regularly exhibits her work in London and abroad and has recently exhibited works at the Royal Academy, England with The Royal society of Sculpture, England.
 
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Ian Ray

Ian Ray produces work that… "Functions on the play between subject and object. It is always my intention to explore the subtle and complex relationship between perception and preconception, each time I produce a piece of work." Since completing his Masters Degree at the Royal College of Art in 1997, Ian Ray has gone on to have numerous exhibitions across Britain and abroad and now lectures at a number of Art Colleges in Britain. His work is in public and private collections across Europe.
 
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DUBI ROMAN

Born in Israel in 1957, Dubi Roman has been the Senior Editor for Israel Educational Television, since 1983. He is also an avid nature art photographer who now devotes his professional time between both. His images are both technically and visually outstanding and are held in numerous image libraries and private collections throughout the world. Dubi Roman's photographs have been featured in more than 30 exhibitions worldwide, won multiple awards, and have been the subject of over 30 press articles and reviews. His works are collected by corporate collectors and by individuals in Tel Aviv, the UK, and the USA. Roman is the Senior Editor at Israel Educational Television since 1983 and has been a professional Nature-Art Photographer since 1994.
 
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Marco Ronga

Marco Ronga's distinctive approach to the human form comes from his training as an Architect. Marco approaches his figure as 'plastic volumes or as surfaces lying in space';, rather than personalities or spiritual beings in familiar environments. This is not to say that his paintings aren't emotive, on the contrary, the strong sense of a mood or emotion is created by his strong use of colour, in particular his use of blues and yellows. Marco Ronga lives and works in Venice.
 
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Shirley Sheppard

Shirley Sheppard's tactile sculptures focus on the human form as a means of expressing movement and emotion. Working in Clay, Shirley's intrinsic knowledge of the material combined with years of experimentation and investigation has allowed her to develop a unique process of smoke firing. This process not only ensures the sculptures physical strength and longevity but generates a sense of history and vulnerability which is fundamental to the reading of the work.
 
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