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Carlos Rosas

Mexican artist Carlos Rosas paints humans and animals in surreal settings and landscapes. He has exhibited widely in his native Guadalajara and Mexico in group shows and solo shows.
 
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Natasha Rosenbaum

Natasha Rosenbaum was born in 1960 in the Gorlovka, Donets region which is now the Ukraine. Natasha grew up there until the age of 16 when she moved to St. Petersburg, where she currently lives and works. "Natasha Rosenbaum's work perfectly illustrates the relevance of contemporary Russian painting and embodies its significant role in the current European context. Her use of volatile colours suggests many art historical predecessors, including Velasquez, Degas and Modigliani, among others." Fabio Adler. In 2003 she represented Russia at the 4th edition of the Florence Biennale. Her work is represented in both public and private collections in Russia, USA, Israel and Canada.
 
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Peter Rutty

"My main choice of subject, my passion, is the human figure. While initially being fascinated by the detail of the bone, muscle and skin; my painting is now more concerned with the mass and character of the pose and the figure and the relationship to the immediate environment. I do not view a figure painting as a figure against a background, but rather as a unified whole where all the elements have value; in effect a figure landscape. " Peter Rutty. After successfully completing his study at Hornsey College of Art Peter Rutty spent several years working in advertising before setting up his own Graphic Design Company. Peter designed the principal exhibition for the first United Nations World Congress on the Human Environment which was held in Stockholm. Having always painted Peter retired form Graphic Design in 1998 to focus solely on his figurative painting.
 
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Roberto Salazar

The elemental, and mythical themes explored in Roberto Salazar's work belie its digital foundation. Each work strives to dramatise its title theme through texture, mood and the power of the elements. The common intent of each piece is to create a glaze of immediacy while endeavouring to suggest greater forces at work. Roberto Salazar currently lives and works in Brighton, UK.
 
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Amy Salisbury

Taking inspiration directly from the landscape, Amy Salisbury paints in oil and acrylic paint. Combining and utilising the most appropriate qualities of the mediums, Amy adapts her approach to suit the subject or content of her work. Amy's work can be seen in numerous collections, including the International hotel chain, Holiday Inn..
 
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Samiran  Sarkar

Samiran Sarkar is a landscape painter who was born in 1972 in Calcutta, India. After completing a Visual Arts degree from the College of Art and Craft, University of Calcutta (India) in 1995 he has successfully exhibited his work across India and the US and Canada.
 
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Ron Satterthwaite

Ron Satterthwaite truly loves to paint portraits, it's clear from looking at the diversity of means he uses to achieve his vision. but he is equally at home with landscape or capturing sporting moments. His ability to capture a likeness in charcoal, impressionistic acrylics or in oils in a realistic style is really quite something and should you order a portrait form Ron, you know you will be in good hands.
 
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Glyn Saunders

Glyn’s traditional landscape and seascape paintings eloquently capture the atmosphere of each location. His scrupulous eye for light, colour and form combined with a delicate and sensitive feel for the medium, enable him to create an overwhelming sense of time and place.
 
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Dragomir Savovic

Born in 1960, Dragomir Savovic is based in Belgrade. Savovic refers collectively to his latest series of works as ‘new visual explorations’. Aiming to create an image that draws on cartoon, comics and caricature he uses humour as a vehicle of creation. “People mainly look funny to me in their strivings towards their goals and that is what I try to express in my pictures.” Fascinated by the grotesque his work is organic in both its creation and its aesthetic.
 
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simone  scafiti

Whether it is springtime, the heights of summer or the plummeting depths of another icy winter, these pictures will bring a slice of sunshine and little bit of the sweet life. Caruso’s handling of the Italian landscape is beautiful, elegantly crafted and unique. By using a citric palette of blues and yellows, the artist manages to give the illusion of light, joy and vitality to her work. The canvass containing the still life with a flower pot particularly caught my eye for the way that the white and red petals seem to sing against the blue backdrop. This is stunning art that could not fail to light uo any room on any day, regardless of the weather.
 
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