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Steve  Rogers

Steve Rogers has worked in the photographic industry, for more than twenty years. Passionate about underwater photography, he dives exclusively in the waters around the United Kingdom and Ireland, where the sea is always cold, frequently murky and often stormy. Nevertheless, there is an abundance of marine life in these waters, which he captures beautifully.
 
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Lars Schotzau

Larsís exquisite photographs and striking oil paintings - as his titles describe, echo the sense of beauty found in the human form and spirit.
 
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Alejandro Thornton

Alejandro Thornton has a particularly playful sense of humour and a natural ability to capture movement with a minimal use of line. Among Alejandroís obvious natural talents, these two attributes enable him to produce these wonderfully whimsical works.
 
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Kathy Barker

Barkers imagery seeks to reflect the transitory period between childhood sexuality and adult sexual maturity.
 
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Gillian Bestwick

Gillian Bestwick is one of a long history of artists who are profoundly inspired and moved by the beauty and intensity of the sun. Her paintings capture the power of colour and emotion a hot sun can create both physically and emotionally around and within us all. Gillian’s recent work falls into one of three categories; Paintings which are solely inspired by her deepest thoughts and feelings and are often abstract. Paintings which are inspired and document actual land and seascapes she visits and paintings which are a successful combination of the two. The work ‘Blue’ is a fantastic example of the latter.
 
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Tony Bland

Blandís eclectic mix of painting techniques and styles reflect the magnitude and diversity of his subject matter.
 
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Sue Blandford

"I am interested in poetic juxtapositions of objects, which are imbued with both their practical uses and their symbolic evocation ÖThe magic in the seemingly mundane." Says Sue Blandford, adding, ".I am concerned with paradoxes of light and dark, peace and unease. Also relationships between man made objects, or interventions, in natural situations." After successfully completing a degree from The Norwich School of Art and Design in 1991, Sue Blandford has exhibited across the UK and has participated in a number of Artist Residencies. Her work is in private collections across the UK.
 
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David  Brassington

A recurrent device in David Brassington's work is the use of horizontal bands or blocks of colour that merge together to create a hazy boundary. Inspired by American Absract Expressionists particularly Richard Diebenkorn and Jasper Johns, the aim is to encourage the viewer to look both at and beyond the canvas surface - to create meditation pieces.
 
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Kate Dawson

Kate Dawson draws from life. Spending a great deal of time making preparatory drawings within the life room setting, Kate then creates, using her drawings for anatomical and aesthetic reference, larger scale paintings. Her natural ease with line and her instinct for colour and form keeps each painting feeling fresh and spontaneous.
 
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Catherine  Graham

Catherine Graham lives and works in the seaside town of Scarborough in North Yorkshire, England. Working in Acrylic on canvas, Catherine produces these wonderful abstract paintings inspired by her surrounding landscape. 'Through my work I explore the architecture of my surroundings. The canvas frame of reference allows me the ability to edit what I see into the horizontal and vertical. Therefore giving me the ability to idealise my surroundings through formalism. Interior spaces have cubic depth and play against the flatness of pattern through line. This play, also realised through colour and tone, provokes memory and association. I seek a universal language connected to spaces in which we have dreamed and imagined. Aspects of the interior are often metaphors for psychological processes.'
 
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