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The  Darkworld Project

Gary Skinner creates these strange urban landscapes by amalgamating digitally generated imagery with hand painted imagery in oil paint. This results in some rather distinctive pictorial situations and settings, which are often ominous and always intriguing.
 
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Lawrence Douglas  Davis. NS

Lawrence Douglas Davis is a British artist living and working in Portsmouth. Although Lawrence Davis's figurative Sculpture could be seen as heavily classical in its style and form, his choice of medium gives his work a lighter more contemporary and somewhat more delicate twist.
 
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Roger Dean

Dean’s photographs are purely abstract. Allowing the viewer be swept into a tranquil inspirational world of delicate vials of colour and subtle geometric contrast.
 
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Desmond Dekker Jnr

Musician, Composer, Artist, Film Creator, Writer, Poet, Sound Engineer, there simply is no end to Desmond Dekker Jnrís talents. Dekkerís current Londonart exhibition features a selection of digital artwork, including, film stills, CD artwork, and a self portrait. Currently living in London his work has been exhibited across London and the UK.
 
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Jon Del Mar

Jon Del Mar specializes in 'Gangster Art' and finds his inspiration form societies most feared and revered gangsters. Portraying historical gangster such as Beat Takashi, Jon Del Mar, draws on contemporary gang members and living gang-related lifestyles in the UK and abroad to feed his work. Sometimes the connection comes directly from the word on the street. "I have even gone so far as to meet some real Japanese and London Gangsters." Producing digital prints in limited editions of five, his work superimposes silhouetted figures in black over crisp and cool contemporary colours which are then printed on to large canvases.
 
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Kelly Denton

Richly flamboyant and fun, Kelly Denton's ornamental collage work is inspired by our everyday obsession with fashion. "My great passion is for the decorative beauty of objects such as underwear, shoes and bags". Adorning high quality canvas grounds, her hand printed silk screen patterns, delicately painted papers, and luxurious accessorising ribbons come complete with their own corner motif signature and contrasting backgrounds. "Within my work I aim to have fun and capture a story or a moment, the viewer is invited to create their own version of the story. The titles of the work give clues to the origin of the idea". She says. After completing her degree from Middlesex University in Printed Textiles and Decoration, Kelly went on to study an MA at Portsmouth University specialising in Art, Design and Media. Selling her work mainly through exclusive boutiques and galleries she has recently exhibited her work at the London Business Design centre and Cork Street galleries.
 
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Lino Di Vinci

Although Linoís work is far from the realms of Graffiti Art, he takes great inspiration from Graffiti combining itís forms and colours with his passion for light and geometry. Lino Di Vinci was born in Italy 1962 and began receiving National acclaim in the early nineties. His growing reputation has subsequently led to exhibitions throughout Europe and America.
 
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Ashley Drury

 
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John Dumigan

Born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1968, John trained as a professional artist graduating in 1991 with a BA (Hons) in Drawing and Painting from Edinburgh College of Art. After a number of years working as an Art tutor, Dumigan began to produce commission based art for public and private sectors including, hospitals, community centers, health centers, penthouse suites, showrooms, and homes and offices. Having also exhibited his painting in a number of group exhibitions and solo shows his work is now held in many private and public collections across Britain.
 
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Kristin Erken

Kristin mostly paints on natural materials such as slate and plywood. The rough finish, edges and warp of some of the pieces that she finds, form an integral part of the work. "These paintings try to explore the past 'experience' or 'memory' of the materials I paint on in creating a new window or landscape using their natural forms and textures" says the artist. The natural wood and rock surfaces merge with painterly spaces and the forms of plants, insects, the human body, water, rock and other organic life. The works blur the lines or boundaries between different forms of life, mixing them in a visual soup of line and texture. Objects blend into one another as part of a bigger pattern.
 
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