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Mary Louise Coulouris

Participating in many group shows Mary Louise Coulouris has had over twenty one man exhibitions across Britain, France, America and Greece and has been awarded numerous awards and scholarships. Her work is held in numerous private and public collections and has become something of a serious art buyer's gem. Collections include; Sainsbury's PLC, Scottish Natural Heritage, Hambros Bank, Trinity College Oxford, New York Public Library, House of Lords, and the Royal Bank of Scotland.
 
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Joe Cousin

Inspired by an eclectic mix of genres, influences and techniques, Cousin's best enjoys working "…at or near the edge between the figurative and the abstract.". His endless list of high profile clients include, The Royal Bank of Scotland, P&O Ferries, Bank of America, the Canadian High Commission, the Bank of China, as well as individual members of the Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea and Real Madrid football teams.
 
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Michael Coxon

Michael Coxon's paintings are renditions of landscapes and everyday scenes set mostly in Japan but also encompassing some images made of Australia. Atmospheric weather conditions are evidenced in works such as "Afternnon Storm, Karuizawa" and "The Track, Karuizawa". There is also a pre-occupation with capturing the look and cool of the Tokyo youth with their up-to-the-minute- clothing styles, hanging out nonchalantly in the mall. Overall, he seeks to represent the traditional in Japanese landscape and architecture, together with contemporary culture. Colours are mostly coldand saturated, whilst the paintwork is chalky and opaque.
 
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Anna Creighton

After graduating from Manchester Metropolitan University with a BA (Hons) in Textiles, Anna Creighton became increasingly fascinated be the rapidly development of Manchester City Center and its suburbs. Swapping her embroidery thread, for pencil, charcoal and paint, Creighton began documenting, villages, towns and cityscapes with equal fervor. Choosing the medium to suit the represented atmosphere and environment Anna created her sumptuous gouache pieces to perfectly capture the romance of Paris; her intricate textile embellished watercolours to encapsulate chocolate box country villages, whilst her raw sketch-like mixed media pieces represented Manchester’s industrial heritage. Anna Creighton is currently working on a series inspired by a collection of U.S Cities. Her work has been by collected by several high profile television personalities, and has been commissioned by a number of large property developers. Creighton has received media acclaim, including coverage from the BBC.
 
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Rod Crocker

A consummate professional in the art of portraiture, Rod Crocker is one of our most accomplished portrait artists. An adept in acquiring a likeness, he rightly claims that "a portrait can act as a biography to be passed down through generations. "
 
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Penny Crofts

Penny Crofts uses a variety of mediums by which to best represent her subject matter. Penny's work reflects and documents her artistic journey by also adopting a number of styles and genres which are most suited to her present artistic vision. Exhibiting across London and the UK, her work is becoming well known for its sense of honesty and endeavour.
 
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Chloe Cumming

Although Chloe Cumming is just at the very beginning of her career, her work displays tremendous potential. We feel that now is the time to buy Chloe’s work as an intelligent investment.
 
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Stephen Cunliffe

The essentials of painting are Edge, Surface, Colour, Paint and Line. By reducing a work to these formal elements the work is allowed to tell something of its own structure, its own lines and colour. The painting is symbolic only of itself.
 
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