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Johannes  Phokela

Johannes Phokela is a South African born artist currently based in London. Phokela’s extentsive study of art history combined with his cheeky sense of humour lead him to question and subsequently rework iconic images by the old Masters, such as Rubens and Bruegel. Johannes frequently changes the gender and/or key figures in the piece resulting in dramatic and unsettling images that challenge nationalistic and ethnic narratives around contemporary and historical art.
 
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Hansmartin Petzel

Hansmartin Petzel resides in the beautiful coastal area of Southern Spain, in the waterfront city of Alicante. Born and raised in Germany, Hansmartin's artistic interests blossomed early on in childhood. After studying and practicing economics for several years, Hansmartin chose to return to his art, drawing upon his traveling and life experiences as the basis of his artwork. Heavily influenced by artists such as John Singer Sargent and Alfred Sisley, Petzel's figurative paintings have been exhibited in both group and solo exhibitions across the world - including, Frankfurt, London, La Valetta Malta and Florence, Italy
 
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Ben Petzold

Petzold’s use of muted earthly colours and quickness of line creates alien and oppressive environments resulting in dark, chaotic urban imagery.
 
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James Preston

James D Preston lives in Derbyshire one of the most beautiful parts of England. James' oil paintings reflect the beauty and serenity of his surrounding countryside. His talent for capturing a specific atmosphere is partly created by his skilful observation and depiction of light and shadow. This not only translates his sentiment as the artist but also allows us, as the viewer to be momentarily transported right in to the heart of the landscape.
 
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Agata Padol

Do you see eternity in each petal? Agata Padol paints the natural world with a reference to each flower's place in the Universe. Whether using the magnolias and vanillas of autumn or the crisp blues and yellows of a summer's day, the artist creates work with movement, light and energy. Further texture is created through the inclusion of a variety of small shapes, dotted or spiraling across the canvass. A graduate of the School of Fine Art, Katiwice, and the Academy of Fine Art, Poznan, the artist has aquired many admirers across Poland and the world. Her work shows intricacies of the natural world and shapes and parallels that exist within it.
 
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Velemir  Pankratov

Velemir Pankratov was born in Moscow, where he learned at the High School of Fine Art. His manner of the painting combines itself as resulting from many factors. Expressive dashes develop with fine flowing lines a magical musical play."In my opinion, beauty is something, that should always be searched for over and over again. It is impossible to have as a given. It should always be born like something new. Like a miracle can not be ordinary. But it leads us to the immensity of the being and our abilities."
 
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Rachel  Parker

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 her hand to the world outside she 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.
 
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Charlie Parker

Although Charlie had recognized his drive towards painting in his early teenage years, he decided not to take formal training in the arts. He finds pleasure in painting landscapes, seascapes and people. His landscapes often include an element of surreal in them but his portraits always try best to mirror the physical features of the sitter as well as to capture the essence or character of the subject. He mostly like working on commissions which challenge the painter to explore the character of the model.
 
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