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Elizabeth Alexander

Elizabeth Alexander's elegant photographs beautifully depict the effects of light and shadow. By selecting to photograph objects that are normally associated with lavish, radiant colour and light, in black and white, Elizabeth cleverly accentuates their natural beauty.
 
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Natasha Ambrose

Natasha Ambrose is a digital photographer based in Shepperton, Middlesex. Shepperton is a village and a parish in the Staines district, Middlesex. The village stands on the river Thames, and was known at Domesday, as Scepertone. Ambrose’s work is inspired by her surrounding environment and the thrill of ‘the find’. Her interest in history, no matter how contemporary largely stems from finding objects of significance, which may have been left disused or discarded. Her work is in private collections across Middlesex.
 
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Robert Anthony

Falling into four distinct styles, portraiture, commercial, stock and street photography, Robert Anthony's work fundamentally draws its inspiration from his extensive travels around the world. In this exhibition of works Robert Anthony displays his private, less commercial, street photography. Street photography is Robert Anthony's greatest passion. "I try to capture a single instance, touch or movement which makes a person unique. I often wait for hours in one place, much to the annoyance of my wife, just waiting for the 'right' moment." Anthony presently lives and works in Munich. His work is held in private collections and libraries and has been published throughout Europe.
 
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Toby Art

Having successfully worked as a freelance Graphic Designer within the fashion and music industries for the last four years, Tobyhead now produces work that reflects his own ideas and inspirations of contemporary urban living.
 
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Helena Aschbacher

Helena Aschbacher uses her long term memory to revisit her childhood. Helena experienced a particularly happy childhood which "filled her with memories to treasure for a life time". This sense of happiness is reflected in all her work and is echoed in their real sense of beauty. By translating particular memories and associated emotions into a visual language, Helena hopes to capture her memories and "freeze them in time".
 
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Frank Ash

Frank Ash was born in Scotland, UK and now lives and works in Bedfordshire. A self taught photographer, Ash began by studying its intrinsic techniques and the work of fellow photographers such ass Paul Foley, Leigh Preston and Chris Palmer, all of RPS. His great passion is landscape and he is instinctively inspired by natural light. His photographs are available as a limited edition prints on PermaJet art papers.
 
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Frank Ashcroft

Ashcroft's work hopes to comment on the notion of control and seeks to express man's eagerness to dictate and control others. "The images I have shown here are, in the broadest sense preoccupied with the notion of groups and individuals attempting to control the world around them, to fulfil their strongest and most elemental desires." Ashcroft's work capitalises on the immediacy of mark that digital technology can offer a draughtsman and allows him to retain a fresh and vibrant sense of humour, movement and energy throughout all his work.
 
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Jason Ashwood

The array of photographs Jason Ashwood has selected to exhibit with Londonart combine to create an impressive professional portfolio. Each is in its own way a stand out image and the colour photo in particulars are all fine examples of his skills across a wide range of photographic genres. The sexy metropolitan black and white series of a woman in trenchcoat and heels has a distinctly British, retro, Pop feel to it. Whilst using an iconic, elegant 1950's "single white female" as object, he manages to stamp his own unique take using the stiletto heel as signifier of a particular kind of fashioned feminine experience.
 
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Laurie Attwood

Inspired by the mysteries of the Universe, and her own journey through life, Laurie's work is of a spiritual nature, often challenging us to examine our beliefs about reality and why we are here. Using photography as the medium to capture elements of our physical world, the artist explores the hidden contours, textures and colours of her subjects, and, utilising a diverse set of digital tools, transforms them into abstract images that express the discoveries she has made on her journey.
 
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Vincent Au

Vincent Au was born in Hong Kong in 1977. From a very early age Vincent and his work received recognition, appearing on national television at the age of eleven. When he moved to London in 1990 Vincent Au began to focus on improving his draughtsmanship. His interest in drawing led to his passion for life painting and the human form, spending hours in the life room. Now in his late twenties Vincent Au's talent and understanding of the human form and how it relates spatially within an environment enables him to create these wonderful figurative paintings and drawings.
 
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