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Adel Khodai

Inspired by the great landscape artists of the 19th and 20th Century, Adel Khodai travels the coastlines and countryside of England and Scotland, searching for a glimpse of the quintessential landscape. Drawing on the skills and attributes of painters such as the British landscape artist, Turner (1775-1851) and the Russian landscape painter, Shishkin (1832-1898) her work reflects the power and awe of the British landscape.
 
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Alan King

Alan King's interest in the artists of the Surrealist movement, and his love of architecture, has led him to combine the qualities of computer software and traditional painting techniques to invent bizarre, uncanny environments. Strong, bold, and rich with colour, his digital images are extremely well created. King's technical knowledge and skill combined with his own sense of creativity and talent enables him to freely express what is in his minds eye at the point of creation. This results in some strong, vibrant and vividly surreal landscapes.
 
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Alison King

The delicate landscapes that Alison King paints have a quite unusual colour palette. Where one might expect a field in vivid green, one sees instead washes of mauve, mustard, turquoise, chartreuse and coral. These are combined ever so subtly to suggest the play of light over wide open spaces. She delights in the little dramas of rippling lake edges, shining white birch boughs, gurgling rapids and reed beds.
 
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Viktor Knack

Viktor Knack was born in 1952 in Syktyykar, Russia. After completing his studies in Fine Art painting and Design, and successfully obtaining a lecturing qualification, he moved to Germany in 1991. Now the owner of a private art school in Frieburg, Germany, Freiburger Kunstschule, he devotes himself to painting and teaching. He has work in private collections across Russia and Germany.
 
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Valeria Kogan

Valeria Kogan is an artist who is currently based in Oxford. Fascinated with nature, Kogan takes her inspiration from the beauty she sees around her. Although she does work in oil on canvas she has a natural persuasion for drawing. The technique of painting in watercolour allows her to translate her drawing skills more readily than oil, and so her painting titled ‘Flight’ has become one of her more successful recent paintings.
 
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Julia Kolomoytseva

Julia Kolomoytseva's subject matter ranges from figures of all ages to still life although there are a few landscapes. Her range of colour could be described as veering towards a cool palette of mauves, blue and green with occasional splashes of warm orange, reminiscent of Bonnard. her paint application is in no way graphic or hard edged but softly evocative, in a build up of brushstrokes of an impressionist nature. Her nudes are delicate and well observed, whilst her portraits capture the authentic characteristics of her subjects..
 
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Vladimir Kudryavtsev A

Although Vladimir Kudryavtsev's work crosses genres and techniques, it is united by the common theme of beauty. Working in oil, crayon and watercolour Kudryavtsev's eye for detail and natural instinct for colour illuminates his landscapes and still life paintings while adds narrative to his figurative work. Vladimir Kudryavtsev studied at the Academy of Arts in St Petersburg, Russia and has exhibited his work across Russia, including, St.Peterburg, and Ekaterinburg and its capital city of Moscow. He has works in private collections across Russia, Estonia, Europe and America. Vladimir Kudryavtsev currently lives and works in Tallin, Estonia's capital city.
 
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Ludmila Kufel-Rutowska

These canvasses contain a thick atmosphere that engulfs the viewers as they look on. Beauty is shown in its eerie oddness and the emotions of life are laid bare for all to see. A couple share tea in a room of blue, their ritual one of unity but their body language is one of distance. You can almost feel the silence. In ‘Cut Down’ figures are shown incomplete, their body parts forming a collage of heads and legs all reclining together and dreaming. Her abstracts have an organic quality as cells or seas are shown for their intangible wonder. Through the use of big, bold colours against muted, pastel backgrounds she makes the work jump out from the canvass and create a striking image. Definitely talented, and already popular with collectors here at LondonArt, she is an artist to watch out for in the future
 
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Peter Lancaster

Peter Lancaster's work can't be defined by a particular genre or style but instead is characterized by his use of cool blues, fiery reds and dry humour. Peter Lancaster's most recent series of works take there inspiration from the English language. Visually exploring cockney rhyming slang and or turns of phrase, Peter finds humour in the combination and association of words and their interpretations. Currently working on a series of paintings inspired by some of the great masters he aims not to copy but interpret …"In these paintings I am trying to view the world as if I was standing at the same spot as the artist but painting a world that has either been untouched by humans or that has been corrupted." Peter Lancaster has been painting professionally for over seven years and has exhibited his work in the UK.
 
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