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David  Brassington

A recurrent device in David Brassington's work is the use of horizontal bands or blocks of colour that merge together to create a hazy boundary. Inspired by American Absract Expressionists particularly Richard Diebenkorn and Jasper Johns, the aim is to encourage the viewer to look both at and beyond the canvas surface - to create meditation pieces.
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Cuillin Bantock

Bantock's holistic compositions unobtrusively divulge his inner mental process and workings.
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Caroline Brown

Caroline Brown's delicate abstract paintings are created by a succession of fine washes of colour and vaporous form which become intertwined with ethereal and fragile line. For Caroline, painting is a visual and internal conversation; dialectic forms and empirical line, searching for a satisfactory whole. Browns painting reflect an internal conversation between her and her visual representation of thought.
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Bozena Kaluga

The works which I create are generally abstract. The main influences of my art are textile, graphics, paintings and sculpture. Major inspirations are nature, architecture and human figures, creating a strong lyrical even personal character. Generally I am interested in texture and line.
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Sarah Simpson

Sarah Simpson's latest series of abstract works are as complex, yet simultaneously as simple as the sublime beauty found in nature. Playing out a battle with paint results in a labyrinth of marks, some ugly; some beautiful, the colour and form working together to form a dialogue. Sarah Simpson's beautiful images emerge from the pure act of painting.
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Jo Lewis

The interaction of water, colour and surface, in a particular place and time is a constant preoccupation for artist Jo Lewis. Fascinated by the relationship and behaviour of one of nature's strongest elements, Lewis' work reflects the beauty of the landscape, the water, rivers, streams and oceans, within it. Specialising in water based paints and inks Jo predominantly creates her work while on location and often incorporates the natural water source into the process of creating the work. "The movement and flow of water across the paper as it meets the paint leaves a unique trace. Maybe only seconds apart, but in that new moment of weather, tide and wind, the paper records a new image." Jo Lewis' recent work has been created from different locations along London's famous, River Thames. In 2001 Jo Lewis was awarded a Champions for Change Millennium grant, and more recently was commissioned by Hermes UK to produce artwork for display in their London shop windows.
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Gillian Leigh

Londonart loves Gillian Leig's paintings. They are stylish, elegant and immaculately executed. Paintings that you never grow out of but rather grow into.
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Stephanie Carter

Stephanie Carter trained at The London College of Printing and now utilises both printmaking and painting techniques to produce high energy abstract explorations. The success of Stephanie's art work is largely dependant on her natural and instinctive ability to unite colour and form by which to generate an agreeable arrangement of the whole. In doing so she hopes to create a composition which produces a range of effects both from within the image and from within us the viewer.
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Dawn Fincham

Fragile, delicate and sensitive and in equally subtle shades of colour and texture make Dawn Fincham’s abstract paintings some of the most tactile, sublime and beautiful works exhibited on LondonArt.
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Judith Sinclaire

Judith Sinclair has been a practising artist for over twenty years. Finding inspiration in the Abstract Expressionist movement of the 1950's, Judith studies the work of artists such as, Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko Kandinsky and Miro. More recently she has been focusing on Chinese and Japanese art, taking inspiration from its delicacy and accuracy of line and form. "My painting starts with seeing and absorbing. I use a restricted palette, which hopefully resonates with my visceral self. Any invention comes from within and if I am lucky a kind of alchemy happens… The aim is to achieve simplicity, a clarity out of a complex process in the context of the twenty-first century". Judith lives and works in London. Her paintings have been exhibited across Europe and her commissions are held in numerous private collections.
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