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Pol Ledent

Pol Ledent is an accomplished abstract painter whose abstract work brings to mind the expressive, gestural style of the postwar European Tachism movement. But he is a versatile artist and equally able to embrace figurative work. Both styles have a similar aesthetic runnng through them: colourful and often tonal, but in the figurative work he subtly picks out and emphasises compositional aspects and embellishes them.
 
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Slavko Lehner

Slovakian artist Slavko Lehner specialised in scene painting for theatre, film and TV and is a skilled copyist. His passion is for fine art drawing and painting.
 
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Martin Leigh

Changes, contradictions and contrasts. The art of Martin Leigh does not sit still in one style or technique, but instead adapts and changes in order to explore the points where the natural and man-made collide. His art shows the change of the season and the effects that this has on the environment around us. Formally a professional photographer, Leigh now devotes his time to making art and has gained a great deal of success, exhibiting widely across the UK and in Germany. In his work a bridge ages and hangs in the point between rustic beauty and collapse. A bubble sits implausibly on the rough centre of an orange flower, waiting to burst. The outline of a fish is blended with the stylised background to create an artificial camouflage. In other works he explored the limits of abstraction, showing the feeling of a choppy sea and a rioting garden foliage. His photography and mixed media skills allow him to explore many themes and ideas and create an incredibly interesting and varied collection of work.
 
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Philip  Lendrum

Born in England in 1957, Philip Lendrum now lives and works in Honk Kong. Describing his work as “rational expressionisms”, he allows the “impulses of the unconscious”, to guide him. “The act of applying paint, layering images on top of one another, involving oneself physically with the surface of the object; creates unconventional formal results”. He says.
 
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Ortega Lérias

Ortega Lerias is a figurative artist working in a variety of mediums on paper. Successfully using mixed media demands a huge amount of knowledge and skill. As the term would imply a variety of mediums are applied to the same ground to create one image. This means that each medium must be practiced individually to gain full understanding of its natural characteristics and qualities. It then must be carefully considered before combining it with another. If like Ortega the artist has a good insight into the materials involved, then some creative and innovative results can be achieved.
 
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Paul Le-Tallec

Paul Le-Tallec paints colourful abstracts using a combination of digital print, acrylic and mixed media, which are about "the existential anxiety of modern life". He attempts to reflect the nervous system or the self through the construction of suggestive forms. He gained a degree in Fine Art from Anglia University in 1997 and now lives in Cambridge practising and teaching fine art and contemporary printmaking. He is also the founder and of an international creative collective called tangcreative.
 
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Garth Lewis

Lewis’s eclectic mix of erratic and fervent commingles of colour and form consume the canvas. Every last millimetre is covered in a frantic outburst of energy.
 
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Thomas Lipka

Pollsh artist Thomas Lipka makes large, freeform abstracts using a variety of mixed media and visceral colours. He cites jazz music as one of his inspirations. He trained in graphics and painting at Wroclaw’s Academy Of Fine Arts. He is currently living in London.
 
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Sandy Lloyd

These paintings operate on a large scale in acrylic paint and mixed media on canvas, Working mainly across the spectrum of complementary opposites of blue and orange, they are evocative of sun and rain, warmth and water. The language is one of sensuous dripping and generous gestural washes revealing large open air spaces. Sandy Lloyd's other key stylistic feature is the play between transparency and opacity. All in all, this is an artist with a keen visual intelligence whose titles allow us to infer a recognisable spatial or narrative configuration.
 
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