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Julian Heath

Julian Heath is a fine art photographer who mainly works with digital cameras. He studied photography at the City and Guilds in the mid seventies. He says of his practice, "I've always tried to acheive pictures with that extra edge whether it's b&w or colour; shapes and contasts interest me but even simple scenes attract me if the image is pleasing and restful. I have always striven to produce images that are unusual but can be lived with and have an air of mystery about them."
 
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Pat Hedger

Pat Hedger's large scale depictions in Acrylic on canvas of collections of stones and pebbles would make a beautiful addition to any home or office space.
 
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Georg Heider

George Heider is a self-taught artist who finds inspiration in the work of great artists such as Hundertwasser, Chagall, O Keeffe, Hockney, Gauguin, Matisse, van Gogh. His works have an immense freedom about them, created as reverse paintings on glass. Heider sees the material of the universe as joy, which gives us strength and energy. This medium has long since been associated with religious and popular art, but Heider wishes to endow it with a more modern feel, often painting surreal, imagined subjects with a double meaning. He also seeks to convey movement and bright colors; filling the image with dreams, longings and subjects that create happiness.
 
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Peter Heuscher

"Painting for me is another dimension of language." Says Peter Heuscher, adding, "It is a passion - a creative process that allows a more active perception of the world, and accentuates empathy." Seeking to visualise, "people's emotions and longings", together with a desire to capture the beauty of the landscape, Heuscher has created a hundred paintings in just over three years. Born in Zurich, Switzerland in 1943, Peter Heuscher now lives and works in Queensland, Australia. His work can be found in numerous private collections in Australia, America and Europe.
 
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Frank Hill

A Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Frank Hill has a natural affinity for colour and form. Using delicate and refined hues and washes of colour, his work is intrinsically graceful, elegant and full of atmosphere and charm. "Essentially my interest is portraying elegance which is the reason for using ballet as a subject. I believe it is possible to make an elegant painting whatever the subject. Just groups of people in a well balanced composition with a pleasing colour scheme can look extremely elegant." Frank studied painting at the Waltham Forest School of Art. He subsequently spent a number of years working as a designer and illustrator for various design and commercial art studios, before concentrating solely on his painting
 
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Nick  Hirst

Nick Hirst is trained as an Architect and applies the same rigor too much of his painting and drawing work. Concentrating on watercolour, pencil and inks he places great emphasis on drawn images and investigations into perspective. He has exhibited in many galleries within the UK, and also works in the field of architectural illustration. He has exhibited at the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour in London, and won the RIBA Wessex Graphics Prize in 1996.
 
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Len Hodgson

Len Hodgson's landscape paintings are influenced by and reflect the balance between representation and abstraction. A native of North Yorkshire, his work draws on the local landscape of Scarborough the North York Moors and surrounding coastal areas. Len's work has been exhibited in London, Edinburgh, York and other towns in Yorkshire. He regularly undertakes private and corporate commissioned work and his paintings and drawings are in numerous private collections in the USA and UK.
 
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Anthea Holmes

After receiving a Distinction for her MA in Fine Art Painting, Anthea Holmes has become an accomplished professional artist. Born in the UK, Anthea attended the Camberwell College of Arts and later studied at Kingston, before being awarded a place at the celebrated Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York. Working in a traditional style, Anthea often builds up the ground by using Gesso, collaged paper and scrim. Then using oil paint she builds upon the surface quality, adding, rubbing and wiping until the texture and image become integrated and inseparable. "In all my work I'm trying to create a sense of harmony, unity, wholeness and luminosity." Holmes has exhibited in the UK and the USA and has works in private collections alike.
 
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Rebecca Hong

Art can be found anywhere. Rebecca discovered it as a ten year old, in hospital, on its white walls which served as her canvas. Since then, and throughout her life, she has been painting the things that surrounded her early years. Her father, a doctor, and his patients, provided a stream of references to what Francis Bacon termed as 'the human condition'. Rebecca was literally surrounded by illness, injury, birth and death. Rebecca says that the process of creating art is just as important as the result. "I start almost always from the depths of shadow, which I eliminate layer by layer to reveal the light", she explains.
 
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Helen Hopkins

Helen is a practised artist having studied under professional artists at classes over the last seven years. Her speciality is using colourful heavy body acrylics on a large scale: not something every artist can manage. Her style of chunky brushstrokes is daring and carried out with great zeal. On the other hand, Helen appears to be equally versatile whichever media she adopts including watercolours. So whether it is audacious, gestural, thick paint you enjoy or bright gutsy watercolours, then Helen's style will certainly accommodate both tastes.
 
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