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236 artists in this section
David  Watmough

David Watmough was born in Lincolnshire where he spent the early part of his career. In 1972 he moved to London to Study at the Slade School of Fine Art, London. The knowledge and technique David Watmough has acquired, in a career spanning over 30 years has become his anchor rather than a dead weight, and with each new work his creativity enlightens. "I believe that a picture can make a difference to a person's life - particularly a hand made image." Says David - and in him and his work we believe too.
 
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Zachary Walsh

Without a doubt Zachary Walsh’s paintings demonstrate outstanding qualities of draftsman ship and reflect a sensitive gift for portraiture. Zachary Walsh produces some savagely beautiful paintings
 
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Józefina Walczak

Józefina Walczak, breaths life in to her art through her experience of living. The inspiration for her art is drawn directly from every aspect of her life. This holistic approach has developed a heightened ability to observe and record the world around her. Each piece of art maps her observations and experiences and contains a history of her thought processes. The final piece is the result of a layering of thoughts, added and subtracted, until she finds a harmony.
 
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Malcolm Warrilow

Malcolm Warrilow creates visually stunning landscapes and his work is in much demand. He was trained in the graphic arts and it is this that perhaps accounts for the pleasing composition, appealing planes of flat colour and decorative lines that make his work so arresting.
 
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Andrew Watts

Travel is one of the fundamental joys of life. Andrew Watts studied art in England, Paris and Madrid and has created many wonderful images that act as the diary of his adventures. His watercolours have been sold to many private individuals who are drawn to the skilled hand, lavish details and intense beauty in all of his work. Whether capturing boys fishing in Australia or the lunch served to an artist in France, his paintings retain a simple pleasure at the blissful moments of a person’s life. His seascapes show the energy and bracing breeze of English costal settings, while his farmyard scenes are delicately detailed and meticulously caught. When travelling into Europe he revels in the light and beauty of fishing villages in Spain and French riverside moorings. These paintings would make the perfect gift for anyone who enjoys skilfully painted watercolours and a slice of tranquil splendour.
 
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Dominik Wdowski

Dominik Wdowski was born in 1979 in Radom, Poland. Wdowski studyied at the Academy of Fine Arts, Warsaw, Poland, under the guidance of Professor Kucz Attelier. Fascinated with the human figure Wdowski’s work begins in the life room. Exploring the human form through drawing, his work is often translated to large monumental sculptures. After completing a commission of Pope John Paul II in 2000, Dominik went on to create a public sculpture to be on permanent display outside the Cathedral of Radom, Poland. In 2005 he worked in partnership to create a monument for the capital city of Poland, Warsaw and since then has been in numerous exhibitions across the capital.
 
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Steve Whipps

Steve Whipps draws. Steve Whipps skilfully translates famous images of celebrities and familiar household imagery, using nothing but his talent, acute powers of observation and a graphite pencil. His work has been endorsed by celebrities such as Ant and Dec and Kate Lawer of Big Brother Fame.
 
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Antoine WINSTANLEY

London-based artist Antoine Winstanley makes characterful ink drawings on paper, often associated with Afro identity and sexuality.
 
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Sturmius Wittschier

Sturmius Wittschier experiments with media for their structural qualities and surprise textural effects. The supports he works upon include wood, cardboard, softfibre and paper. Onto these supports he applies: acrylic, "waste" (eg: wood shavings), sand, pastel chalk, marble flour, structural paste and oils. There is a distinctly cosmological feel to the work which is primarily abstract throughout. The chance imagery created by his experimental attitude to materials is original and evocative. The restrained colour palette of vermillion and cyan over a monochromatic base is at times reminiscent of stained glass windows which contrast with the focus on earthly matter.
 
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Howard Wolf

A talent for drawing was evident from early childhood, but like many children of his era, The Second World War changed the natural progression of his life. After a number of distinguished years of National Service in the Royal Navy as an Engineering Officer, Wolf began a civilian career as an International Executive. After resigning from the position to follow his heart, Wolf has been a professional painter for over twenty years. An eclectic and energetic approach has resulted in a large collection of drawings and paintings. The human figure has been a dominant aspect, with increasing emphasis on movement and dancing. In the last decade the landscape, particularly Provence, has been a huge inspiration to him. Howard Wolf has exhibited across London and has numerous works in private collection held in the UK.
 
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