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David Lester

David Lester spent five years working in Ghana, West Africa at the end of the 1960s. Whilst living there he travelled extensively throughout the country photographing the daily life of the people, their celebrations and festivals. David was fortunate enough to attend the funeral of the King of Ashanti and witness the pagentry of a unique event. David was awarded an Associateship of the Royal Photographic Society for his black and white photographs of Ghana.
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Lloyd Lewis

Lewis's photographs present us with the wasted remnants of 19th century disciplinary institutions. Distressed and abandoned the work has become a physical reminder of an oppressive and frequently cruel discourse which still haunts contemporary dealings with the mentally ill. Shards and scraps of crinkled house paint collect in flaky piles on the floor. Doors are ajar, opening onto views down the corridors along which patients were once led, and into the rooms in which they were once confined. The old asylums have long been disused, and their empty spaces, presented with an intense psychological charge, bristle with a disturbing tension. Lloyd Lewis's photographs have all been shot on 5x4 Negative and have not been altered digitally. Lloyd has won a host of photography awards and has had work featured in many publications including, Creative Review and Professional Photographer magazine. His work is in private collections across Europe.
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Emma-Jane  Lewis

Emma-Jane Lewis is a fashion and conceptual photographer based in East London. Inspired by feminine and dreamlike worlds, she often likes to create an emotion within the image, allowing the viewer to feel what is going on within the picture. She has worked for Vogue, Tatler and Hello magazines and her vision is clearly in demand. The breadth of imagery on her site indicates she is conversant with many genres of art and this allows her to create a variety of dramatic compositions.
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Alice Luetchford

The photography of Alice Graham captures what she calls "those pearl moments....the times of awe, wonder and beauty when you are glad to be alive". The photographs here are in both black and white and colour. Whether it is capturing the atmosphere of a rusting old automobile in the heat or a solitary, lightening struck tree, Alice's visions would add authenticity and character to any wall. Her amazing compositions of nature often feature diagonal, strata-like layers across the works comprised of mists, shimmering stretches of beach, water droplets and sunshine.
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Hans Ole Madsen

Londonart is pleased to have discovered this Danish photographer who is both talented and experienced. His photographs are concerned with the Sublime: magnificent awe inspiring vistas, both natural and man-made. Their grand scale and magnificanet compositions beggar belief: it is almost impossble to conceive that they have been taken by a mere human! There are aerial views, views from behind waterfalls and shadows across mountains that are richly textured wth heather like ancient tapestries. The fact that Hans Ole Madsen also uses a pinhole camera at times to create his stunning landscapes makes this a most fascinating artist indeed.
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Olga Majrowska

Olga Majrowska's photojournalist style contorts the 'typical' role of nature to be a background setting to human action. Skies and clouds curve voluminously over tiny individuals. The use of black and white heightens the drama of the photographs. This film noir-esque theme contributes to a haunting theatricality to her work. The typical set up of the subject is bypassed in favour instead for an investigation of what happens around us. This device generates the effect of a constant life in motion where quite often humans play only a small part.
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emma  mapp

The built environment surrounds most of us and the sights and sounds of the capital are familiar to all of us at LondonArt. We really liked the way that Emma Mapp takes familiar landmarks from the city and shows them in an unusual, original way. Her images of the Lloyds building show how different it can appear at different times of the day. Her photography is creative and beautiful and we particularly enjoyed her image of the London Eye glowing with a blue intensity against the gathering red clouds of a city evening. Emma hopes to travel and continue to document the world around her and we, at LondonArt, hope to see her work in the future as she takes on exotic and distant subjects.
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Catherine Marcogliese

Catherine Marcogliese is an artist of Canadian origin who now lives and works in France. Her work focuses on the subject of nature and landscape, specifically the ephemerality of our natural environment, dealing with themes such as time and movement and how they affect nature.
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Monica Martinez Verea

Monica Martinez Verea lives and works in Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico. Specialising in oil paint and mixed media, her paintings use the tactile qualities of her chosen materials to explore surface texture and pattern.
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