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Victoria Stothard

Few images capture the imagination quite like the hazy invisibility of mist glistening in the winter sun. Victoria Stothard captures the idiosyncracies of the seasons in her bright, skillfull paintings. Her Hollyhocks have a deep velvety, wine colour, brought to life with a stroke of driven white. In the light of the fading dusk, butterflies play and reflect what is left of the day. She shows the viewer the beautiful shapes created when flowers are shown in close up. Her mixed media copperwave pictures create a textured flash of abstraction, while the heavy lines of the symmetrical, split canvasses create weighty atmospherics. Her work is varied and accomplished and for someone so young she already has a dedicated group of collectors and admirers.
 
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Emma Strangwayes-Booth

The work of Emma Strangwayes-Booth depicts figures or seemingly mundane objects behind which lurk a darker biographical narrative, often charting physical and mental change. Inspired by the natural world, ancient myths and dream psychology, she seeks to treat her work as a means to explore imagination and the subconscious mind. Emma Strangwayes-Booth was born in Johannesburg, South Africa in 1975. Educated in the United Kingdom she now lives and works in Paris, France.
 
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Arisa Tabaku

With a free and easy style, Arisa Tabaku's enjoyment of painting really comes across. The lyricism of her figurative works, especially "Girl Bathing" is further emphasised in abstracts such as "The Universe". Only an artist immersed in the creative process could so confidently produce such a clear work of sheer pleasure! In works such as these, one is reminded of the child-like wonder of artist Paul Klee. Her London-based paintings also benefit from that same energy. With their lilting brushwork, they describe the sights of this great capital with the artist's, colourful and quirky approach.
 
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Michael Tarr

Tarr’s still life and landscape paintings explore the dramatic effects of both natural and artificial light.
 
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Mark Taylor

Mark Taylor is a self taught artist working in pastel and digital media. Mark tends to work in pastel when creating his more representational work, while utilising digital technology to create his abstract pieces.
 
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Peter Truran

Measuring the success of each piece of work by his ability to create an image which looks effortless, Truran searches for, “…a Zen-like moment when there seems to be no distinction between the artist and the object of his creation.” Searching to produce paintings in oils which are born out of an unconscious act of creation, he uses brush; rag and finger to produce, he says, “...a feeling that the form emerges as a barely conscious dialogue between the marks on the surface and the artist.” Peter Truran was born in Cornwall and currently lives and works in Cardiff, Wales.
 
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Ronnie Tucker

Ronnie paints serene scenes of lakes, mountains and castles. His career in landscape painting continued only recently, after a period of work in digital media. Ronnie discovered that paint gives an artist more freedom and influence than computer led art, therefore he is planning to develop his skill in oil and watercolour.
 
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clair tuczemski

It is always fascinating to discover how self-taught artists make their ideas manifest, there is often a directness in their approach. Clair channels her creativity so that it flows into different avenues of expression including poetry, photography and jewellery design.Her painting "Blossom" sensitively traces the vein-like growth of a tree denuded of its blossom but surrounded by it like abeautiful hazy pink cloud.
 
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Diane Urwin

Diane Urwin’s wonderfully crafted works look good enough to eat. Each piece of fruit is rendered in exquisite detail and seems to hang before the viewer, enticing them in. The wonderfully captured ceramics sit in the soft light and glisten. The reflections of the fruit’s soft skin cast the painting in a gently glowing colour against a deep, dark background. When she paints portraits and harbour scenes she applies the same keen eye for detail and wonderfully skilful technique to create truly exceptional works. Her branches elegantly stretch across the paintings, holding plump, ripe Sharon fruit. Already an established artist, we are very pleased to bring to you the work of this gifted painter.
 
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Natalia Ustinova

Natalia Ustinova-Buchman, was born in Moscow, Russia in 1982, and now lives and works in London. Inspired by nature and the changing climate, her work focuses on the seasons and the way in which they can influence and affect our mood and emotions.
 
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