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Helen Mould

Having studied Philosophy and Fine Art to Ma level, Helen Mould now devotes her daily life to Fine Art Painting. Helen runs her own gallery in Peterborough and devotes her daily life to painting by way of creating, exhibiting or debating.
 
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Andrew Murray

Andrew Murray currently lives and works in Belfast. A figurative artist his work focuses on the female form .Using shadow and light, he explores the contours of the human body in monochromatic acrylic colour.
 
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Stuart Murray

Artist Stuart Murray, the son of a miner, has a fascinating life story and it illuminates the secret narratives of his acrylics, wringing out every drop of pathos, moulded into pent - up textures. He follows in the great Modernist tradition of the Flaneur: the male whose Muse, Woman, is forever incomprehensible and a source of wonder. "Utopion" seems to epitomise woman seen as a strange hybrid creature of inifinite pleasure and possibilities, whilst possessing a deadly sting in the tail (tale). "That Split Second of Division" could be seen as representing the moment where the mask falls, where the other is not what they seem and love dies, resulting in separation.
 
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Alan Mynall

Alan Mynall's devotion to his painting is represented by a collection of works which reflects over thirty years of experience and expertise. With an unquestionable wealth of natural talent, a flair for capturing the character and soul of his subject, his work is highly respected across Europe, America and Canada and is held in numerous public and private collections.
 
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Ofordi Nabokei

Ofordi Nabokei is part of a group of artists working in the Netherlands. She describes her group 'Closed Harmony' as a "themed project' where we fuse our skills in painting, metalwork and ceramics to create musically inspired integrated pieces of art." Nabokei has been painting since 2000 and has devoted the last five years almost exclusively to creating commissioned based art.
 
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G. Alberto Nacci

G. Alberto Nacci's oil paintings spring unfettered from his fertile imagination or "out there in my depths..." They are certainly surreal but are also redolent of sci-fi record covers and posters but also mythological fairytale. His attenuated figures inhabit bewildering or impossible landscapes whose unusual light source tends to further enhance the sense of mystery within.
 
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Marco Napoletano

Sometimes grotesque and always bizarre, Marco Napoletano's peculiar and outlandish paintings create a sense of intrigue and mystery. His provoking yet puzzling depictions of serpents and devils raise questions of life and immortality.
 
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Liane Naranjo

Liane Naranjo is a self-taught artist from Cuba. The work she shows here in Londonart are mostly acrylic on canvas and are largely figurative. Figures are often pictured in gardens or fields, large hats shading their heads from the sun. Although darkness too is a recurring theme in Naranjo's work. In "The Wind", the golden leaves of a tree are set against a dark brooding background. In "La Duda", a figure hangs up her hat and sits in solitude in a darkened room. The walls are painted with swift, atmospheric brushstrokes, which add a degree of expression to the composition and hint at the figure's psychological state.
 
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Juan Carlos Navarro

A self taught painter, Juan Carlos Navarro was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. Having trained and worked as an Architect, Navarro began a professional career in Fine Art painting only recently, when after traveling the world he was inspired to begin painting, exhibiting and consequently selling his work. In 2005 he exhibited his work in Mexico City and was subsequently selected to participate in the Exconvento Del Carmen Museum in Mexico in 2006. Juan Carlos Navarro has work in private and public collections across Mexico.
 
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Zoran Nicic

Zoran Nicic was born in Belgrave. After studying painting under Professor Jovanivoc in Belgrave he moved to London in 2004. “When I moved to London I was struck by the overwhelming spectrum of diversity: sights, sounds, people, food and buildings” he says. Finding great inspiration from the architecture of the Victorian period in stark contrast to the modern architecture of London’s, South Bank, his work hopes to reflect a diversity of cultures. Zoran Nicic has work in private collections across the world, countries include, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Greece and India.
 
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