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Olga Gouskova

Olga Gouskova paints women who are always beautiful and always stylish. Although each painting portrays one woman, these aren't portraits of an individual. They don't seem to reflect individual personalities but instead seem to explore the same personality or an idea of the same stylised personality throughout each of her paintings. The artist's obvious love for pattern and flat washes of colour all help to enhance this idea. Olga Gouskova was born in Russia in 1974 and now lives and works in Belgium.
 
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Dan  Green

Dan Green is a figurative artist specialising in oil on canvas. His use of black and white imagery, starkly contrasted by opaque, solid backdrops of lilacs, blues and deep aubergines helps to create a heightened sense of reality. This dexterous use of colour also helps him to generate a peculiar sense of aging and wisdom to even the youngest and innocent of faces. Dan Green exhibits across the UK and has work in private collections across Britain.
 
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Slava Groshev

Crisp, vibrant and sharp, Slava' Groshev's figurative work could easily lull you into thinking that it is, or at the very least, uses digital photography in its creation. Don't be fooled… Slava's beautiful works follow in the footsteps of some of the great painting masters of our time, and are in fact created with the old fashioned paint brush. An unquestionable abundance of talent has lead to Slava's works held in private collections in Canada, America and throughout Europe and have become the investors choice.
 
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Stephen Gibbs

Gibbs's ability to appreciate and unpretentiously reflect the true beauty of the landscape before him enables us the viewer to openly enjoy looking at his work. He has been annually selected to exhibit at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, the Singer and Friedlander/Sunday Times Watercolour Exhibition at the Mall Galleries, The Royal West of England Academy in Bristol for the past five years and regularly exhibits in his local art gallery in Southend-on-Sea.
 
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Sally Gatie

Sally Gatie hopes to reflect a sense of hope and peace within her work. Sally paints her children while they are asleep, showing them in a natural state of peace. "While working on a painting my thoughts drift into another time and place where everything makes sense…all my questions are answered. It leaves me with the feeling that everything is fine, and everything will be fine. The painting then becomes a map of my life and the problems within the painting are waiting to be solved". Sally works from her studio in Scarborough and exhibits throughout the UK.
 
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Catherine  Graham

Catherine Graham lives and works in the seaside town of Scarborough in North Yorkshire, England. Working in Acrylic on canvas, Catherine produces these wonderful abstract paintings inspired by her surrounding landscape. 'Through my work I explore the architecture of my surroundings. The canvas frame of reference allows me the ability to edit what I see into the horizontal and vertical. Therefore giving me the ability to idealise my surroundings through formalism. Interior spaces have cubic depth and play against the flatness of pattern through line. This play, also realised through colour and tone, provokes memory and association. I seek a universal language connected to spaces in which we have dreamed and imagined. Aspects of the interior are often metaphors for psychological processes.'
 
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Christian Gyogi-Mann

The complex and intense process by which Christian Mann generates his canvases, raises an equally commanding and involving response from the viewer. Describing himself as, "a palimpsest in motion", Christian Mann's multi faceted canvases record events, observation, opinion and emotion, and pack a vivacious beat of figures and their elements in progressive conversation. Having only recently found the gumption to exhibit his work unaccompanied, Christian Mann's sensational, first solo exhibition in London took place in 2006. With a second exhibition and subsequent group shows already scheduled for 2007 we have no doubt that Christian will continue to be one of Londonart's most popular and celebrated artists.
 
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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.
 
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John D. Gall

Gall’s imaginative, animated imagery take inspiration in the aesthetic beauty of mathematical equations, graphs, and symbols. Gall’s relatively small artworks ideally utilise different scales and perspectives, the minuet to the massive.
 
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