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Sally Bloete

Sally Bloete's visual commentary on modern day living, observes life with stinging precision. Her lack of guile and sharp wit, combine to produce these humorous observations on popular and contemporary culture. Each image is coupled with an equally satirical title that acts as a caption or slogan to enhance each visual retort. Sally Bloete is a New York artist currently living and working in London
 
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Rebecca Elizabeth Blow

The expressive drawings and paintings of Rebecca Elizabeth Blow are extremely memorable due to the unique way she draws with a series of marker crosses, anchoring the forms in place. From there, she works more energetically in certain parts of the image to endow the figures with real weight, often through a dense, black line. Her figure drawings and nudes are well observed yet also imaginatively dwell in the coloured surroundings of the figure, becoming semi-abstract. her unique style has a certain humour but also great pathos.
 
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Milivoje Bogatinović

Milivoje is an artist from Serbia. Here, he shows a series of delightful paper collages based on an aquatic theme. The roughly torn - edged effect he uses works well in conjuring up the sharp edges of crustacea, rock and coral. He also makes fine use of pattern both in the patterns of the paper itself and in the delicate way he superimposes the smaller elements within the scene. There is a great sense of lively movement throughout.
 
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Opipop Booda

After moving from the city of Glasgow, Scotland, to Prague, one of the most beautiful cities in Central Europe, the artist commonly known as Booda, records his observations of the city and its people. Working in a range of materials from, Ink, Pastel, Oil and Acrylic paint, the work exhibited with us also reflects his most recent work with red wine as a medium. Booda uses wine in the initial stages of drawing and sketching and includes the name and vintage of wine on the artwork along with his name and date of creation.
 
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Cornelia Brand

The powerful combination of elements in Cornelia Brand's working life provides her with a didactic fusion of subject, content and emotion. As a police woman living and working in South Africa, Cornelia Brand's paintings are inspired by "… the changes that took place in South Africa and in my life, since democracy". Through her use of vibrant colour, Brand hopes to reflect the "multifaceted nation", where she lives. "My paintings are a reflection of my complex personality and adds meaning to my life and color to those of other" She says.
 
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Caroline Breen

Caroline Breen is a photographer and painter (with a particular penchant for donkeys and cathedrals!) who lives and works in France.
 
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Maria Bressanello

Richly coloured oil paintings of bulls pondering the silence or just watching you watching them. This is starkly Latino work. Argentinian born Bressanello uses bulls, clown and humans as her subjectss and creates the surreal atmosphere of the shadows in an alternate view of natural life. She paints heavily passionate scenes of weeping lovers, alone or embracing, as well as animals considering their own reflections. She creates a series of outline sketches of human figures on deep red and black backgrounds which reduce the human form to its most elemental parts. Brassanello paints and teaches out of her studio in Beunos Aires and we are delighted to bring her work to a UK audience.
 
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Laurence Briand

LAURENCE BRIAND French born artist, Laurence Briand’s drawings show a love for the precision of the line. Always working within the medium of pen and ink she looks with a hawk’s eye for detail and a keen sense of humour at street scenes from across the world. Enlivening the disheveled beauty of modern urban life the images emanate with soot and shadow. In ‘Kyoto noodles’ the busy tangle of telegraph wires above a pair of Geisha like girls tottering below evokes the comic contradictions of tradition and modernity in the swelling Asian hub. Although she never formally trained, her pictures reflect an astonishing level of skill in draughtsman-ship and a distinctive, instantly recognizable style.
 
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