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Emma Coleman

Emma Coleman has been making art for as long as she can remember. A Chelsea Art school graduate Coleman's figurative work aims to create a vision, as apposed to simply a narrative. From a shoe to a magazine article, a theory to a thought, Emma Coleman's approach to painting, intuitively structured and thoroughly researched, enables her to visualise the image or mood in her minds eye. Having participated in numerous group and solo exhibitions, including The Art of Love in 2005 and 2007, Emma Coleman's work is held in various public and private collections across Britain, Los Angeles and New York. Born in 1967 she currently lives and works in London.
 
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Lorenzo Castello

Italian painter and portraitist Lorenzo Castello has exhibited in an impressive list of galleries in Europe and London including: The Royal Academy of Art, the National Portrait Gallery and the National Gallery, His charcoal drawings are almost charcoal paintings and he has strong technical ability. He has cultural ties with the traditional Italian Renaissance and his nudes send messages of emotion and space. Forms and shapes, lights and shadows remind us of Caravaggio, whilst his figures give us his interpretation of the world with a magic strong realism.
 
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Teona Chanishvili

A naïve figurative painter, Teona Chanishvili lives and works in Tbilisi, Georgia. With a natural persuasion to tell and uncover a story, her paintings explore a whole range of human emotions. From sadness to joy, love and loneliness, Chanishvili works the paint using a concentrated colour palette and naive set of painting principles.
 
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Carl Chapple

A figurative artist specialising in Oils, Carl chapple spends a great deal of his painting time in the Life Room. His experienced and mature approach to painting the human condition is clearly reflected in all of his works. Carl Chapple has been studying the human form directly from life for many years. His matured and dedicated painting practice has naturally reinforced his painting skills and technique. His ability to look and capture form and tone without jarring our eye or raising uncertainty in our minds allows us to focus on the painting as a whole, as apposed to questioning the technique applied.
 
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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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Jason Clarke

Jason Clarke was born in Kent, England in 1965. After finishing a printmaking degree at the Chelsea School of Art in the late 1980's Clarke has worked as a printmaker with his father Graham Clarke. Graham Clarke, author, illustrator and humorist, is one of Britain's most popular and best-selling printmakers. He has created some five hundred images of English rural life and history, of the Bible and of the Englishman's view of Europe. With a wealth of experience in the field Jason’s has now established himself as a printmaker in his own right. A keen multi instrumentalist and lover of Americana his work often reflects his love of the music and its associated culture and history.
 
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judy clarkson

JUDY CLARKSON Judy Clarkson grew up in Harrogate, she attended St. Martins School of Art and graduated in Fine Art. Initially a painter after leaving college she returned to life drawing, in the human figure she sees a kind of living sculpture. Through a profound understanding of the human form her images come closer and closer to an expression of the human condition. Although apparently purely traditional, her drawings constitute a deeply esoteric ambition to ‘achieve the closeness of true simplicity.’ She sees the figure as the symbol and reality of ‘the rock upon which we founder’ as she describes it; that which both supplies and denies intimacy. Her work emphasizes both the isolation and the sensuality of the nude, and the crowded loneliness of everyday life.
 
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Cyril  Coetzee

Cyril Coetzee is fasinated with the interchange between culture, beliefs, and mythologies. Living and working in South Africa, Cyrill Coetzee’s, emblematic paintings received momentous acclaim in the 1980’s. He was later invited to paint the largest commissioned canvas in South African History, measuring a phenomenal twenty-eight meters square. It now hangs in the William Cullen Library, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.
 
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Herve Constant

Constant's grainy, earthly paintings have a secret, mystically, misty feel to them. Electrifyingly ominous air in the environments he creates send a tingle to the back of the neck. Constant's paintings have a fantastically intriguing quality to them.
 
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