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TOP 30 best selling londonart artists
Sophy Bristol
Bristol's natural ability to manipulate colour and form combined with her sensitive approach to translating human emotion on to a two-dimensional picture plane, results in some enthralling and optimistic figurative paintings of animated human activity. Based in London, her work has been exhibited in London, the USA, South Africa and Singapore.
Reg Eldridge
Reg Eldridge was born in 1919 and from 1937 to 1939 studied Portrait Painting and Life Drawing at the Clapham School of Art. During the war Eldridge was a member of teaching staff at the Royal Artillery School in Deepcut with the prominent British Sculptor Kenneth Armitage, who became a good friend and life drawing partner. Subsequently Eldridge studied at Chelsea under Vivian Pitchforth RA and at St Martins under Ruskin Spear RA and Derrick Greaves. Appropriately exhibiting with the eminent Royal Society of British Artists and the Royal Institute of Oil Painters, Eldridge, was invited to exhibit with The Royal Society of Portrait Painters in the early 1970's and went on to successfully exhibit with them for a period of over twenty years. At 86 Eldridge's work is held in private collections worldwide, notably in the USA, Japan and South America.
Sue Blandford
"I am interested in poetic juxtapositions of objects, which are imbued with both their practical uses and their symbolic evocation …The 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.
Gail Altschuler
Altschuler's paintings are reminiscent of the woven qualities of rich oriental fabrics. Through her intuitive use of the ‘weave’ or loose gradation, Altschuler's paintings and prints echo a sense of integration and harmony.
William Dick
Drawing on ancient symbols from Scottish and Celtic art and by studying land and its geological formation, each image evolves out of itself, transforming and growing in its physical and illusionary historical depth.
David Stanley
David Stanley's empirical use of colour and form becomes the very substance and structure of his paintings rather than an illustration of it. Extending far beyond their surface beauty, his paintings immerse us into landscapes of intense colour and light.
Karen Aghamyan
Aghamyan, born in Yerevan, Armenia, has become one of his countries most successful artists. Now president of the Artists Union, Armenia. Karen has exhibited in more than 60 group exhibitions in Armenia and other countries. His works are in permanent collections of several museums: Museum of Contemporary Art in Yerevan, Museum of Contemporary Art in Toulouse, France, Museums of Magnitogorsk, Elista, Novi Urengoy in Russia.
Rachel Lumsden
The desire to visually investigate and examine a concept or subject matter is the driving force behind all of Rachel Lumsden's work. This resolute desire to explore a range of concepts to some extent governs the nature of her work, yet its character and aesthetic is driven by an intrinsic intuition and a dedication and passion for paint - which will always underpin and unite all of Lumsden's work, from one series to the next. Rachel studied her MA at The Royal Academy School of Arts, London in the late nineties. Since then she has been awarded numerous scholarships and has won a number of significant Art Prizes. Rachel has work in private collections across Europe and currently lives and works in Switzerland
Leo Verhoeven
Verhoeven's flat simplicity of form, repetition and lack of superfluous ornamentation demonstrate the kind of order found in a utopian ideal of architectural and social reform. Bu using solid blocks of bright colours, the artist emphahsises his response to the urban world. He takes a pop influence and uses it to create works that are striking and iconic. The buildings are familiar and the style is forthright, but by creating formative balance and harmony of colour Verhoeven's work contains a subtle depth and power. Confident and accomplished, it is little wonder that Verhoeven is one of our thirty best selling artists.
Jo Lewis
The interaction of water, colour and surface, in a particular place and time is a constant preoccupation for artist Jo Lewis. Fascinated by the relationship and behaviour of one of nature's strongest elements, Lewis' work reflects the beauty of the landscape, the water, rivers, streams and oceans, within it. Specialising in water based paints and inks Jo predominantly creates her work while on location and often incorporates the natural water source into the process of creating the work. "The movement and flow of water across the paper as it meets the paint leaves a unique trace. Maybe only seconds apart, but in that new moment of weather, tide and wind, the paper records a new image." Jo Lewis' recent work has been created from different locations along London's famous, River Thames. In 2001 Jo Lewis was awarded a Champions for Change Millennium grant, and more recently was commissioned by Hermes UK to produce artwork for display in their London shop windows.
Catherine Heard
While Catherine's condiment works look like random collections of kitchen basics, they are in fact psychological profiles of their owners - portraits that can tell us more about their subjects than more traditional head-and-shoulders daubs. She also captures the recognisable brands with loving attention to detail.
Peter Rodulfo
Peter Rodulfo was born in 1958 and studied at the Norwich school of Art and Design from 1975 - 1979. The son of, Monty Rodulfo, a British Intelligence Agent, Rudolfo spent much of his childhood traveling across India and Australia, before later settling in Norfolk, UK. With a professional career now spanning over twenty five years, Rodulfo has produced a prolific and constant output of work. Utilising a variety of mediums and techniques his work crosses, painting, sculpture, collage, relief and construction. "I work largely from memory and imagination." he says. "I am more interested in the inaccuracies of memories than by their precision, and so my work treads the borderline between dreams and reality. "
Nenad Zilic
Fascinated by anatomy, influenced by the painting of the Renaissance, Zilic’s beautiful, grotesque paintings are in private collections and are exhibited throughout Europe.
Wayne Barker
Wayne Barker's artistic career spans almost two decades, marked by a bitter-sweet mix of politics, poetry and passion for subversion. At times Pop Art, at others a layered deployment of traditional genres and media. From the first seduction to the twist in the gut, it is as beautiful as it is provoking.
Susan Mulley Bennett
Susan Mully’s beautiful sculptures seek to question our sense of being our relationship with mortality.
Lorna Wilson
Lorna Wilson’s expansive paintings submerge you in to a wonderful world of rich colour. Each painting is created slowly by layer after layer of translucent washes of colour. Each individual layer fully contributing to the subtle interplay of light and depth within the whole. These paintings really are a favourite of Londonart
Escha Van Den Bogerd
Escha combines a range of painting techniques - dripping, pouring and glazing- to produce these beautiful, haunting images. A stunning sunset of crimsons and oranges blast onto the canvass and the skillfull details pull in the viewer. The romantic locations and enigmatic poses combine in these beautiful paintings, alive in colour and gripping in content. With bolts of sunlight the canvasses show the depths of passion and poetic affairs of the subjects. Alive and engaging, these are paintings for people with verve in their heart.
Alexander Adams
Alexander Adams studied Fine Art and Art History at Goldsmiths College. He has since gone on to exhibit his monochrome paintings around Europe. He abandoned colour in 1994 but has begun developing new works in colour "to end his apprenticeship". He writes criticism for The Art Newspaper, The Financial Times, Printmaking Today and The Jackdaw and other publications.
Roger Colson
Roger Colson has been painting for over twenty years. An accomplished draughtsman, printmaker and painter, his recent series of landscape paintings has helped launched his career on a truly international scale. Touring from one side of the globe to the other, 2005 has already seen Roger Colson's work in a number of high profile exhibitions, including; Art for Life, Christie's, London, Art Caracas 2005, The Jogas Gallery, Venezuela, The Biscuit Factory, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tempus Stet Design Consultants, Dubai & London and The National Australia Bank, Melbourne, Australia.
Susey Phoenixx (MA)
Susan Graves is a Textile Designer. Using the advancing computer technology within her industry and her passion for colour and pattern has inspired her to produce these beautiful digitally generated images.
Simon Fairless
Simon Fairless is a new and emerging British artist. His ideas and aesthetics spill into Landscapes, Seascapes and Figurative paintings, Still Life and Abstract works. He has exhibited his work throughout the United Kingdom and has works in private collections throughout the world. By using iconic images from contemporary life, the artist creates pop images that glow with colour and life. His varied portfolio moves through glistening abstractions to cityscapes and town scenes. Familiar London streets are recreated with a feeling of light and an understanding of the language of colour. We are very pleased to bring you this popular and talented painter.
Olga Gal
Originally trained as a ceramicist, Olga now translates those 3 dimensional skills on to a 2 dimensional plane. Strong and powerful imagery is combined with equally fervent washes of deep earthy colours, often juxtaposing figurative imagery with bold yet soft blocks of colour. Using an essentially geometric structure she produces some well balanced and well executed paintings.
Andrew  Fitchett
Working with oils as a foundation, Andrew brings a sense of abstraction to his work through playing with scale and applying rich textures and surfaces achieved by adding gesso, chalk, ash, charcoal and other materials from the environment he seeks to represent. Contained within powerful compositions that echo his Graphic Design experience in the music industry and finished with an attention to detail reminiscent of Victorian natural history illustration, the paintings become icons and symbols that sum up the character of the Sussex landscape.

Zachary Walsh
Without a doubt Zachary Walsh’s paintings demonstrate outstanding qualities of draftsman ship and reflect a sensitive gift for portraiture. Zachary Walsh produces some savagely beautiful paintings
Anthony Barrow
Anthony Barrow, a member of NAPA, the National Acrylic Painters Association has been painting for over twenty years. Predominantly a figurative artist Anthony has a prolific output which often overflows into the disciplines of landscape, still life and abstract painting.
Brian Brooks
Brian Brooks has been exhibiting internationally since the 1970's with work held in private and public collections throughout Europe, the USA and Latin America. Brian has a natural talent for translating the visual world onto a two-dimensional picture plane. Utilising digital technology and computer software, his paintings use photography as a point of reference rather than a tool for direct imitation. His integral understanding of colour and perspective equals his command for pattern and repetition with an elegant and refined painting technique.
Carolina Alotus
Carolina Alotus is a successfully exhibiting artist throughout Europe and abroad. Dividing and balancing her talent between two different and diverse styles of work, Carolina finds inspiration in and from her raw, textural abstract paintings and her smooth and highly polished flower paintings.
Vikky Furse
Vikky Furse was an Artist in Residency in Antarctica this year. She has made a number of expeditions to Arctic Greenland travelling with Inuit hunters, and has developed a love of drawing and painting in Polar regions. Vikky takes portrait commissions, and also enjoys painting pictures with a story. She uses acrylic on canvas, and pastels and mixed media to give emphasis to her relaxed, gestural style which in turn perfectly reflects the intimate and friendly relationships she depicts.
James  Hands
If Impressionism is to be defined as an attempt to record a visual reality by reflecting the transient effects of colour and light, then James Hand's work began in the same vain, with very similar concerns. Using his own visual reality as reference, as well as taking technical direction from the works of some of the great Impressionists, James began to explore paint, its effects and capabilities. Hands began by establishing a strong visual foundation by which to begin exploring transient light, colour and texture. His most recent empirical explorations seem not only to examine these concerns but to visually magnify the previous works appearance, and in doing so creating seemingly abstract compositions of light colour and texture. James Hands is one of Londonart's most popular artists. His work has been celebrated across Europe and is held in numerous private collections.
Claire  Burke
Clare Burkes' abstract paintings explore the chromatic and translucent effect of paint, while simultaneously accentuating its textural qualities. A lightness of touch helps to create an intimate, discrete and meditative relationship with the viewer. A certain spatial ambiguity becomes apparent when looking at her work over a period of time. Clare has had numerous exhibitions throughout the UK and her work is held private collections both here and abroad.
Steven Lynch
Steven Lynch is a UK artist who mainly works in oil on canvas. His work is predominantly figurative although he also produces wonderfully expressive seascapes, landscapes and cityscapes. Steven Lynch has his work in private collections throughout the UK. Whether he is creating provocative, affordable street art, or working on his series of beach dwelling characters, he creates skillful and attractive work that is reasonably priced. In other work he paints the everyday, some might say mundane, objects of the modern world in a nostalgic way. One of our best selling artists, we look forward to representing Lynch for a long time to come.
Pete Kelly
Kelly finds a particularly strong aesthetic and power in the beauty of the urban landscape. "I try to see beauty around me, drawing beauty from ugliness by capturing close up textures of fading paint or graffiti, or by reducing the shape of the subject to silhouette." Pete has now been successful showing his Fine Art Photography since 1990, gaining his first notable gallery representation at whilst living in New York. Pete Kelly currently lives and works in the UK were he is represented in 5 states in the U.S and by numerous galleries in the U.K. Images available on canvas on request.
Steve Yeates
"My work explores the emotional repercussions on the soul of any individual of any emotional or physical act whether it be positive or negative." Says Steve, adding, "Working in figurative sculpture allows me to challenge the preconception of figurative art through the mixtures of media used and their methodology." Yeates uses a variety of mediums to create his figurative works including, Cold Casting Resin and Bronze, casting in lead crystal glass, Iron, Copper and Papier Mache. Steve Yeates exhibits his work across England and has numerous works in private collections.
Wilson Alan
Having completed a BA in Fine Art in the late seventies, Alan is currently studying an MA in Digital Art at Camberwell College, London. Inspired by the human form, his previous work centered on the life room and focused his painting and draftsmanship in a representative style. His more recent work focuses on his empirical understanding and knowledge of three dimensional form. By simplifying and exposing his drawing mechanisms and technique, Alan creates imagery which is representative, diagrammatical and instructional.
Hanna Stachowiak
Born in 1964 in Katowice, Poland, Hanna Stachowiak came to art at an early age. Before she had reached her sixteenth birthday Hanna had already won a host of painting and drawing competitions, including the Shankar International Children’s Competition, New Dheli, India - an event which recognizes exceptional talent on an international scale. This early artistic success compounded her desire to paint and after six years of long hard study she graduated form one of Poland’s most respected Fine Arts Academy’s in 1991. Since completing her formal training, Stachowiak has established herself as one of Poland’s most popular artists. An Art Collectors dream, her work has consistently developed over the last sixteen years, growing in its maturity and popularity and is now held in private collections across Poland, Germany, Switzerland, Netherlands and the UK.
Kathy Prest SWA
Kathy Prest's fascination with the human form comes from an empirical understanding of movement and rhythm. Kathy has recently become an elected member of the Society of Women Artists and now Kathy exhibits her work across the UK - galleries include, Christies, Phillips Fine Art, McHardy Sculpture Company and the Westminster Gallery for the Society of Women Artists.
Kasia Banas
Katarzyna Banas search for the 'internal logic and order', found in nature, empowers her to produces paintings which are fundamentally beautiful. Optimistic and intense her work transcends the confines of the landscape and creates its own sense of light. Born in 1973 in Poland Katarzyna Banas studied painting, graphic art and sculpture in the Academy of Fine Arts in Wroclaw. In 1997 she graduated from Jozef Halas's studio in painting. A member of the Union of Polish Artists and Designers and the Polish Pastellists Association her work has been exhibited across Europe.
Susan Czopor
Leaving a ocular trail of her inspirations and aspirations, Susan Czopor's rhythmic oil paintings hope to reflect her thoughts and emotions on a two dimensional picture plane. Since graduating in the late nineties, Susan has had works in numerous exhibitions including the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Royal Academy, London.
Carl Chapple
A figurative artist specialising in Oils, Carl chapple spends a great deal of his painting time in the Life Room. His experienced and mature approach to painting the human condition is clearly reflected in all of his works. Carl Chapple has been studying the human form directly from life for many years. His matured and dedicated painting practice has naturally reinforced his painting skills and technique. His ability to look and capture form and tone without jarring our eye or raising uncertainty in our minds allows us to focus on the painting as a whole, as apposed to questioning the technique applied.
Toni Cogdell
Born in 1979 Toni Cogdell is a young and undoubtedly talented painter. By perceptively observing how our physical appearance is affected by our inner thoughts, Toni Cogdell ambitiously seeks to capture the intangible moments of human reflection. The experience of being abandoned in our own thoughts and emotions, however fleeting, is one that we are all familiar with. Cogdell's paintings powerfully reflect how that moment of absorption manifests itself in our physical and bodily appearance and in doing so allows the viewer an ephemeral glimpse into the human soul. Toni Cogdell has works in private collections in the UK and regularly exhibits across the South of England.
Ivan Mitev
Born in 1967 in Plovdiv, Bulgaria Ivan Mitev graduated from the College of Fine Arts in Plovdiv in 1986 with major black-and-white drawing and Etching. A member of the Guild of Masters of National Crafts as a master of iconography, he has participated in group exhibitions across Germany Bulgaria, and the USA .
Julie Verhoeven
From bags by Louis Vuitton to album covers for the likes of Primal Scream and Kate Moss, Julie's work is extensive, provocative and fun. After being turned down as a degree student by St Martins, Julie went to work for the legendary John Galliano for four years. Following that, she worked for Martine Sitbon in Paris as a design assistant to consultant. Other consultancies have included Jasper Conran, Richard Tyler, Guy Laroche and Jean Colonna. Throughout all of her vast repertoire though, the key to her work and passion is in her drawings; her fashion illustrations in particular have favoured attention world-wide. Julie's work is about human nature and behaviour derived from observation, with images being found in places other than the most obvious. Julie has also worked extensively illustrating magazines and newspapers, including Dazed & Confused, The Sunday Times, The Face, Tank and numerous others and has work in private collections worldwide.
Constantin Majrowski
A firm believer in mastering his trade, Constantin Majrowski spent a number of years studying 17th and 18th century masters. Developing the craft of some of the greatest painters in art history gave Constantin the skill and confidence to begin developing his own style. Through his exploration in light, colour and form he began producing purely abstract works in oil on canvas. After studying his MA at the University of the Arts in Warsaw in 1979, Constantin has now been painting professionally for over twenty seven years and has work in private collections across Europe.
Anna Hymas
Anna Hymas' work has been featured in The Guardian, The Sunday Times, The Independent, illustrated ceramics for Thomas & Rosenthal and bespoke rugs for Loomah. Anna has been commissioned by numerous high profile companies, including Tesco, Penguin Books, The Art Group and M&S. Her impressive client list also includes Channel 4's Big Brother, Company Magazine and the Terrence Higgins Trust. Anna Hymas completed her degree in 2000 from the prestigious Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and since then has exhibited across Britain and has works in numerous private collections.
Horacio Cardozo
Horacio Cardozo's desire to understand the inherent relationship between human nature, the universal order, and the underlying reality, leads him to create images that attempt to explain that which defies reason. Cardozo was born in Argentina, where he studied Architecture and Design at Buenos Aires University and Philosophy at Del Salvador University. In 1987 his drawing skills and admiration for fine arts, especially those of the Renaissance period, led him to explore a career in painting. Horacio is currently living in Auckland, New Zealand where he works as a Graphic Artist and continues to develop his artistic career.
Sarah Elizabeth Beaumont
Sarah Elizabeth Beaumont's unmistakable style is developed from an interest in distorted perspective and reflection. Many of her earlier works are autobiographical, taking themes from family and childhood. Born in London in 1969 and graduating in 1991 with a Fine Art Honours Degree (first class in painting), Beaumont began her professional career as an artist working to commission in the government and corporate sectors, executing large-scale murals and commemorative paintings. In the 1990s Beaumont was commissioned to design a series of postcards in collaboration with the British Post Office to coincide with philatelic launches. In 2000 she was elected to the Executive Committees of the National Acrylic Painters' Association (NAPA) and the National Society of Painters, Sculptors and Printmakers (NS). She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA). Beaumont's works are held in private collections in Great Britain, France, Germany, USA, Canada and Australia and have been exhibited across London.
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.
Harriet Porter
Harriet Porter is a Still Life painter based in South West London. Her current work focuses on tone and predominantly uses monotone colour. Fascinated by light play on a collection of three dimensional objects, her work hopes to explore the individual qualities of the objects she depicts. Harriet Porter specialises in Acrylic on canvas.
David Taylor
David Taylor studied Architecture and Design at the London Design School. His career as an Architect led him to travel extensively, visiting many countries and diverse landscapes across the world. This experience had a powerful effect on him and initially inspired him to begin painting. Taylor uses his visual memory as his main point of reference. By manipulating the oil paint with palette knife and brush, he builds a sense of depth and atmosphere which reflects some of the dramatic weather conditions he so enjoys painting. Looking to Turner for inspiration he hopes to create, “an almost religious and mystic quality to his work.”
Frederic Chevarin
Frederic Chevarin is a sculpture working in limestone and marble. “The theme central to my research is movement. The ability to animate limestone and marble is almost an obsession for me.” He says. Inspired by the beauty of nature, Chevarin’s ability to create delicate intimate sculptures in what are essentially heavy and dense materials are a testimony to his talent as a sculptor. “My ideas are sourced through nature…I don’t copy the bird I am carving, I sculpt its ability to fly, I find an intimate way to observe its flight, soaring and gliding above cliff tops.” Mentored by the sculptor Helaine Blumenfeld VPRBS he is an associate member of the Royal British Society of sculptors and has work in private collections across Europe.
Sergej Hahonin
SERGEJ HAHONIN Russian born Sergej Hahonin studied painting in Omsk then at Krasnojarsk Academy of Art in Siberia where he specialized in ceramics and pottery. His masterly depiction of the human figure displays his classical training and native skill, as a 4-year old child he won the award for the best painting in Soviet Union drawn by a pre-school child.He has enjoyed a long career as both a painter and curator in Russia and Slovenia. His work reflects the influence of Gustav Klimt’s art nouveau style, particularly his ‘Golden phase’, in his choice of female form as his main subject matter, his sensual and intense use of colour and frank eroticism. His dynamic use of paint integrates accident and the uncontrolled to express themes of passion and sexuality, he adapts art nouveau forms to a tribal style.
Gabriel Bodnariu
Gabriel's work is pointient in its commentation on society. His impressive manipulation of oil paints is fascinating. He creates complex views and combines them with surrealist-inspired compositions. Gabriel is definitely one ot watch out for as he produces more and more intoxicating masterpieces full of symbolism.
Carl Aman
Mixtures of colours blend and compliment each other in these skilfully rendered oil paintings. Typical and unusual settings are treated with respect and painted in an enjoyable and lively manner. Whether it is the cracked eggs and toast of a Sunday morning or the cultured leisure of a long, indulgent afternoon tea, meal times are captured beautifully in works perfect for any kitchen. When the artist turns his hand to the world outside he paints the bustle of a rush hour commute or the deep serenity of the Chilean landscape with equal passion. Deer faces poke out of the canvass and look make inquisitive eye contact with the viewer. These quirky and enjoyable paintings dance with life and vitality and would be perfect in any home or work space.
Lucie Winterson
The near-mythical paintings of Lucie Winterson highlight her staggering ability to capture the effects of light and shade upon different forms. Rivers and stones are shown in their natural glory and a misty haze floats above country scenes. More than merely representing the scene, the artists seeks to paint the atmosphere of the countryside; beguiling and intense. In these works the world is cloaked in mystery and intrigue and she shows the incredible beauty of the play of light upon the earth. These paintings are incredibly beautiful and fantastically rendered. Her mastery of craft and creative imagination means that she will surely become a firm favourite on the site.
Alison Johnson
By expressing the power of light playing amongst the water drops, this artist shows the abstract, surreal side to the natural world. Her seascapes follow a deep tradition which Johnson modernises and adds her own feminine, decorative touch. Blues and yellows sink below a piercing white surface as oceans and landscapes drift in and out of a sweeping hazy mist. The sky appears deep and brooding, the colours revealing a darkness that battles with the flashes of light. When shapes and figures do reveal themselves they appear lost and fragile against the infinite space of the world around. Such is the atmosphere contained in these works they could easily be viewed as pure abstractions, each detail vital enough to stand alone. These are truly astonishing pictures that need to be viewed up close to be appreciated.
John Workman
Much of John's inspiration comes from 18th century landscapes, though he updates their gentility with found materials such as wallpaper set behind glass panels. That is just one of the techniques the artist uses to create an illusion of depth - he has recently progressed into using light boxes.
Oleg Riabchuk
Oleg Riabchuk is an extremely versatile artist who can turn his hand to any number of subjects with great dexterity. He is equally comfortable with portraying architecture, nature or sentimental figurative scenes. Yet perhaps what each painting has in common is the quality of light. A warm glow seems to pervade throughout. There is always a lot going on yet somehow paradoxically, the images suggest tranquility. The rippling of a stream and early morning mists; the warmth of sun on snow or the fragility of dandelion clocks or a child's cupped hands playing hide and seek. There is a definite sensitivity in his treatment of these classic themes.
Adriana Eyzaguirre
The colour scheme is perhaps the main carrier of the unusual painting sensibilities of Adriana Eyzaguirre. Minty aqua greens, coupled with turquoise, mauve and sand make for a sensitive, almost feminine domestic world. Her use of birds such as bullfinches and blue tits as subject matter along with vegetables in still lives, all serve to combine to evoke a shimmering heat haze of a sun-filled kitchen, where birds might fly in and out. Metaphors of domesticity and freedom abound in these delightful sensitive renderings of well-known objects, whose juxtaposition creates a unique twist.
Anna Styrc
The work of Anna Styrc is colourful, imaginative and highly charged. Taking her inspiration from nature, she creates paintings in mixed media and acrylic, whose surfaces appear to be constantly moving. She makes deft use of the palette knife to create a rich array of textures and at times adds metallic effects to capture the energy of life and the environment breathing.
Dita  Driessen
Born and raised in Indonesia, Dita Driessen's work is inspired by Australian Aboriginal art. Having experienced this rich heritage on her travels, she immersed herself in the practice and now teaches it in the primary schools of The Netherlands where she now lives.

Using skewers to fully populate each canvas with dots, each painting takes up to two months or more of painstaking care and attention. Already popular in her home country, Dubai and Jakarta, she now seeks a British audience for her work.