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236 artists in this section
Peter Rodulfo

Peter Rodulfo was born in 1958 and studied at the Norwich school of Art and Design from 1975 - 1979. The son of, Monty Rodulfo, a British Intelligence Agent, Rudolfo spent much of his childhood traveling across India and Australia, before later settling in Norfolk, UK. With a professional career now spanning over twenty five years, Rodulfo has produced a prolific and constant output of work. Utilising a variety of mediums and techniques his work crosses, painting, sculpture, collage, relief and construction. "I work largely from memory and imagination." he says. "I am more interested in the inaccuracies of memories than by their precision, and so my work treads the borderline between dreams and reality. "
 
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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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Rachel Alleyne

Alleyne's delicate veiling of large cutting expanses of rich seductive colour create paintings that allow the viewer a moment of contemplative reflection. Following in the footsteps of some of the great artists in history, including, Stanley Spencer, Paul Nash, Ben Nicholson, Uan Uglow, Paula Rego, William Coldstream, and Rachel Whiteread, Alleyne trained at the Slade School of Fine Art from 1992 - 1998. Rachel Alleyne has won many awards, including, The 'Dolbey Travel Scholarship', which enabled her to travel and exhibit in Barbados, where she produced some of her finest seascape paintings. Her most notorious show to date, 'In Turner's Footsteps', was held at the Tate Britain Gallery, London, and celebrated the work of her contemporaries, and acknowledged the legacy of William Turner. Rachel Alleyne's work is in private collections across the UK and abroad.
 
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Emily Beza

Beza’s impressive ambition enables her to produce a comprehensive trail of creativity.
 
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Alejandro Thornton

Alejandro Thornton has a particularly playful sense of humour and a natural ability to capture movement with a minimal use of line. Among Alejandro’s obvious natural talents, these two attributes enable him to produce these wonderfully whimsical works.
 
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Sue Blandford

"I am interested in poetic juxtapositions of objects, which are imbued with both their practical uses and their symbolic evocation …The magic in the seemingly mundane." Says Sue Blandford, adding, ".I am concerned with paradoxes of light and dark, peace and unease. Also relationships between man made objects, or interventions, in natural situations." After successfully completing a degree from The Norwich School of Art and Design in 1991, Sue Blandford has exhibited across the UK and has participated in a number of Artist Residencies. Her work is in private collections across the UK.
 
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Kate Dawson

Kate Dawson draws from life. Spending a great deal of time making preparatory drawings within the life room setting, Kate then creates, using her drawings for anatomical and aesthetic reference, larger scale paintings. Her natural ease with line and her instinct for colour and form keeps each painting feeling fresh and spontaneous.
 
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Susan Hippe

Hippe’s sassy paintings demand a vibrant, contemporary space with a playful, mischievous owner to boot. They’re refreshingly energising, over flowing with jovial optimism.
 
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Sally McKay

In order to obtain a level of fluidity and elegance of form and movement, Sally Mckay creates all her drawings and wire sculptures directly from life. Fascinated with contemporary dance Sally spends a sustained amount of time at rehearsals, drawing and sketching the performers as they move, closely observing how movement and dance affects their bodies through their expression of narrative. Sally McKay creates both sculpture and painting that reflects a balance of both. In spring 2004 Sally is working closely with the award winning choreographer, Lea Anderson.
 
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Mike Stead

Mike Stead uses fluid line to define and describe the human form. This fluid curvaceous use of line and simple opaque background colour, flatten the pictorial depth. This device accentuates the subject matter but at the same time enables the viewer’s eyes to dance between the flat intricate pattern making and the sensual human form and content.
 
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