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Asra Munir Khan

Asra Khan's pastel drawings have a dream-like quality and are deeply serene and peaceful. Living in Pakistan, her imagery is drawn form her imagination and pictures hint at a simpler kind of living in huts by the sea. Her works depict a range of subjects often incorporating elements from nature but possess titles which are out of the ordinary and thought - provoking concepts such as civillisation and hypocrisy. Asra's works very much appear to arise from the soul and convey a beautiful wistful mood.
 
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Kevin Murphy

Kevin Murphy is a very popular and talented artist who has many admirers here at LondonArt. His work speaks to the spiritual heart of art, coming from a tradition of religious, allegorical or supernatural paintings that is as old as the discipline itself. When he blends house-like shapes with ghostly faces he creates work that is moving and unsettling. His figures reach out towards a turbulent sky or dance together in an orgy of soul searching. Never dull, Murphy paints with a thick handling of paint and rich, bold colours to create intensely symmetrical works that sometimes border on abstract expressionism. The characters in his work rub together in a blitz of confusion or throw up their hands in realisation of being the souls that have been lost. Certainly not for the feint hearted, but never less than striking, this is skilful and meaningful art.
 
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Leyla Murr

Leyla Murr employs a varied range of visual techniques to create her spacious abstract paintings. Often making reference in the titles to actual times or places, the works tentatively hint at the real. Depending in the main on horizontals and verticals, they appear to suggest landscapes yet abstraction definitely offers Murr a greater facility of emotional expression. Working in acrylics can allow for a free spontaneity as images can be quickly reworked and Murr's works are the polar opposite of ponderous. Instead she has a professional ability to play with colour, composition and style to produce great results.
 
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Magdalena Myburgh

Having received no formal training, Magdalena Myburgh is a self-taught artist specialising in Oil on Canvas. Magdalena allows her instinct and emotion to prompt the development and creation of each painting. Using unconventional painting utensils to apply the paint on to the canvas, Magdalena hopes to project her feelings on to the canvas with each mark she makes.
 
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Ofordi Nabokei

Ofordi Nabokei is part of a group of artists working in the Netherlands. She describes her group 'Closed Harmony' as a "themed project' where we fuse our skills in painting, metalwork and ceramics to create musically inspired integrated pieces of art." Nabokei has been painting since 2000 and has devoted the last five years almost exclusively to creating commissioned based art.
 
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Zsuzsa Nagy

Zsuzsa Nagy presents recent works painted in acrylic with a cool palette. "Celebration" takes the drip painting and parades it with drips in a variety of scale. The play of lines: vertical, diagonal and horizontal is once again reproduced in "Earth" but this time, the lines are more embodied, seemingly having been created by natural materials. In "Silver lIght on the Trees", a peculiar spatial effect is created whereby the viewer appears to be viewing this almost supernatural event from an angle where it is hard to place onesself. The painting's abstract edges become bark and highlighted branches, tracing lines against the sky.
 
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Marco Napoletano

Sometimes grotesque and always bizarre, Marco Napoletano's peculiar and outlandish paintings create a sense of intrigue and mystery. His provoking yet puzzling depictions of serpents and devils raise questions of life and immortality.
 
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Liane Naranjo

Liane Naranjo is a self-taught artist from Cuba. The work she shows here in Londonart are mostly acrylic on canvas and are largely figurative. Figures are often pictured in gardens or fields, large hats shading their heads from the sun. Although darkness too is a recurring theme in Naranjo's work. In "The Wind", the golden leaves of a tree are set against a dark brooding background. In "La Duda", a figure hangs up her hat and sits in solitude in a darkened room. The walls are painted with swift, atmospheric brushstrokes, which add a degree of expression to the composition and hint at the figure's psychological state.
 
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Radu Florin Nastasia

Radu Nastasia is currently an MA student at Chelsea College of Arts having previously studied sculpture in Bucharest, Romania. He is fluent in a range of artistic techniques and his works on paper currently displayed on Londonart are figurative and free-flowing.
 
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