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Kasia Turajczyk

There can be little doubting the spiritual influence in the artwork created by Kasia. She uses her passion for Buddhism and Taoism in order to infuse her work with an energy which should speak to the viewers directly. Her art is part reality, part dream and part allegory for a world sinking too heavily into capitalism and away from the philosophical. There is an uneasy edge to several of these works with children’s characters looking on with vacant eyes after they have become products for multinational corporation to seek profit. But these are not grim, downbeat pictures. They are infused with life, light and hope. Kasia says she paints in order to move her audience or to merely make them stop and think. At LondonArt we believe she has achieved this aim and are sure that our customers will find a moment to stand before these images and reflect on the world.
 
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Paul Turner

In his recent paintings, Paul Turner has returned to the figurative with highly accomplished renditions of the nude mostly in subtle, neutral interiors. His degree training was in Fashion and Textiles, after which he did his postgraduate in Fine Art. He went on to become an experienced lecturer, more recently as Principal Lecturer and Course Director at the London College of Fashion and recently Head of Fashion at Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication. He has completed private portrait commissions in England and Germany and printed textile designs for Texprint and Indigo.
 
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