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Alex Redcliffe

A young and budding artist, Alexandra Redcliffe is currently at school in Switzerland. With big ambition, Redcliffe creates these abstract canvases in her free time between classes. Inspired by the dramatic landscape of the Swiss Alps, she draws on her own emotional response to the environment and her own life as a basis for colour, form and composition. At age fifteen Alex's confidence, talent and potential for painting is unmistakable and stands her in good stead to fulfill her ambition to become a professional artist.
 
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Frances Redding

Frances Redding is fascinated with creating the illusion of expanding space. Essentially manipulating a basic geometric format, using colour as an additional tool, allows Frances to create the illusion of an endless variety of forms within a two-dimensional picture plane.
 
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David K Rees

Working within a geometric structure David Rees takes inspiration from the reflections on mirror clad skyscrapers. His latest series tilted ‘Reflected Dimensions’ initially appear as abstract paintings but on closer scrutiny reveal the artist’s exact standpoint within the environment.
 
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Nick Reeves

Nick Reeves takes each day as it comes. Avoiding any notion of resolute aims and objectives his work is a direct reflection of his life ethos. Each work is created in that moment for that moment. This enables him to produce agile, unimpeded, candid paintings.
 
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Van Renselar

As an abstract artist Van Renselar is more concerned with form and colour as an alternative to subject matter. It is not his aim to represent our surroundings or any particular object, he takes ideas from experiences which are visual, cerebral and emotional in nature. His inspiration can as easily be sparked by lines from a song as by an emotional event. Colour is equally as important as the general design and he will spend a lot of time perfecting the tone of a particular colour, his primary objectives being to establish harmony both in terms of composition and the use of colour. Van Renselar grew up in South Wales and London, where he now lives and works.
 
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Paul Reynolds

Paul Reynolds works in acrylics and oils on canvas and paints impressionistic views of London and the Thames. He was born in Billericay in 1956 and studied at the Art Acadamy in Southwark after quitting a 30 year career in finance.
 
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Michael Ribeiro

Michael Ribeiro was born in Cape Town, South Africa where he studied Painting and the History of Art. Currently living and working in London he finds his inspiration in, ‘the contradictions of the complex urban environment.’ He says, “I really like the way a painting made in oil on canvas contains time, memory, sensory experience and mostly the process of thinking. I also like the way the surface of paintings stroke the eye similar to the way a touch at the base of the spine seems to lead directly to the brain.”
 
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Anne Robinson

Robinson is fascinated with the relationship between still and moving images. This series of paintings are based on video stills taken from Police and Medical dramas. Each painting explores the complex notion of capturing a marked sense of time.
 
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Hanneke Robson

From the texture of bark and rusting ship hulls, to battlefields and d-day beaches, Hanneke Robson's colour photographs remind us all of the beauty found in nature. The quality of her photography is of such an exceptionally high standard, the sharpness of the image and the composition and balance of light within each work, that on occasion her work has an almost illusionary quality to it, as if we are looking at an enhanced form of nature.
 
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Carlos  Rodal

Born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico in 1964, Carlos Rodal is part of a generation of plastic artists that emerged in the early 1990’s. Rodal’s paintings and sculptures take reference from the past, yet look to the future with equal fervour. Merging traditional and modern techniques his work reflects his search for the ultimate path to visual expression and communication. Defining his art as, “the conceptual and poetic expression of the human mind and spirit through material media.”, Rodal’s work explores the structure and systems of the language of plastic arts, in harmony with the transfiguration of formal elements. Carlos Rodal’s work is exhibited on an international scale with works on show in, Mexico, Turkey, Massachusetts, Bosnia, South Africa, Australia, and New York.
 
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