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Roger Seaton

Roger Seaton's digital explorations in colour and form aim to reflect the sort of natural and organic pattern found in nature. His use of fluid, yet repetitive mark creates a sense of order and pattern, a theme which is recurrent throughout this series of works. Roger looks to nature for his inspiration and his influences can be found in a broad range of areas, from ripples on a pond to organisms viewed through a microscope. Whether its Volcanic rock to rusted metal, the uniting aesthetic apparent throughout all his work seems to be his graphic use of repetitive mark and enjoyment of pattern and colour. Roger Seaton trained as a graphic Designer predominantly working in Europe and Scandinavia.
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Elizabeth Seifert

With a definite sense of colour, Elizabeth's oil on canvas paintings reflect her love for rich, fiery reds and cool sapphire blues. Combining both hot and cold colours and by her use of organic form and spatiality, Seifert creates abstracted imagery which is both fluid and organic.
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Sita Shah

Art has always been a passion for Sita Shah. Born in Kenya and of Indian origin, Sita Shah now lives and works in London. After completing a MEng in Biomedical Engineering from Imperial College London, Shah began painting as a way of unwinding from the day. Finding her inspiration from the landscape she draws on Indian and Kenyan culture to help create her works.
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Nasim Shahid

Nasim Shahid has been a professional artist for over five years and has participated in a variety of exhibitions across the UK. Having completed a BA in Fine Art from Northbrook College, Worthing, UK, she went on to successfully complete an MA in Painting at Brighton University in 2002. Her strong use of rich earthy reds, oranges and blues seek to enrich and deepen both the style and content of her work and allow the viewer to reflect beyond the represented form. "My work is an exploration of the meaning to be found behind the veil of reality." She says. Predominantly a figurative and landscape artist her work has been featured in, UK Women Artist Diary, and Leisure Painter magazine.
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Jay Shaw-Baker

As young and promising artist, Geoffrey Hammond is just beginning to foster his own sense of aesthetic and self expression. Geoffrey only began painting in 2006 and since then has developed a distinct style of painting. With a prolific output he has already created a strong body of work which predominantly focuses on architecture and the interlay of light and shadow. Geoffrey Hammond says that he hopes his work will Ö "capture my inner feelings and moods at the time of painting".
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Catherine Shevlin

Catherine Shelvin's paintings seek to communicate with us on a purely emotive level. Using vibrant colour, form and line, her work explores the combination of pure abstract elements to evoke a direct response from the viewer. Drawing on intense feelings of joy, truth and hope, her work hopes to affect our emotion and mood by submerging us into a world of positive colour. Catherine Shevlin studied Fine Art at Ulster Polytechnic and Winchester School of Art. She presently teaches art at a small specialist unit for children with medical problems, in Blackpool.
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Sergiy Shkanov

The universe is concerned with perfect circles. In the art of Sergiy Shkanov, these circles represent the physical shape of our plannet and the endless cycle of memories. He paints the earth floating in a golden sea of nothingness, a colourful ball of thoughts and feelings. He also creates work inspired both by the Russian Constructavists and the sunny spaces in the Canary Islands. He shows the maze of sunshine, splitting the world into shell-like blocks of colour. To Shkanov the landscapes are soaked in feelings, invisible outlines shape the emotions we feel in a particular setting. He is not so much concerned with the shape of a place as he is the relationship the viewer has with it.
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Chris Sims

Chris Sim's Collagraphs, although abstract in appearance, seem to reflect landscapes which are familiar to the artist. His natural sense of colour and instinctive mark making allows him, through the uses of simple abstracted form, colour and mark, to construct and reflect a real scene or journey. Using Collagraph printmaking to construct the image always allows for the happy and the unexpected.
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Ella Sipho

Ellaís approach to painting involves the application of abstract ideas with emphasis on texture and abundant colour. Ella embraces abstract painting as a form of creation. From a blank canvas, to become something. Her objective while painting is to overlap colour using flowing fluids combined with brush strokes, finger strokes and physical rotation of canvas to create various levels of texture.
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Steve Slimm

There is a productive tension in Slimmís work between the representation of actual place and abstract expressionism. Delicate watercolours of solitary trees rub shoulders with large monumental vistas of standing stones and waterfalls. Cornwall is clearly a source of delight to Slimm and he appears to love to reflect the light in his work. Yet often rooting paintings in place also serves to spur his imagination leading to more dramatic gestural compositions.
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