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Michal Janowski

Polish born Michal Jankowski creates mixed media and acrylic work that broods with intensity. Combining instrial blues and greys with warming touches of colour, his work resonates with a complex depth and texture. Born in 1984 in Poznan he graduated from UCS and has recently had a solo exhibition at the Carnivale Venue in London. His work is popular with collectors for its mixture of energy, movement and brooding stillness. He captures vigour and silence, bringing them together in his work to a great effect. In his paintings human forms combine with spritual elements, while the undertones of political uncertainty are never far away. He is a young artist with a very bright future, and we are excited and thrilled to show his work.
 
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Andrzej  Jarodzki

Andrzej Jarodzki is a polish artist living and working in Wroclaw, Poland. Andrzej is a dedicated artist, painting what he sees, thinks and feels about the world around him. His work reflects an intense desire to communicate with the viewer … "I transmit messages to people, transformed by my brain into painting, drawing, print, photography, sculpture, objects and sometimes film… I am not interested in politics or religion. I only react to them. I react to the results of man's activities."
 
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Susan Jelley

Whether tackling the subjects of children’s stories, painting riverside scenes or portraits Susan Jelley does so with a skilful hand and deftness of touch. By using a smoky impressionistic style she manages to show the light and energy of the things she paints. Her painting of London really captures the hazy chaos of early morning by the river. Her pictures of models and Russian girls show sensitivity for form and sympathy for the subjects. This is clearly art made by an artist who cares deeply about the world around her. The illustrative works of children’s stories would make fantastic gifts for younger relatives as the characters are painted in a practiced and studied manner. Varied and always interesting, Susan Jelley’s work will surely prove popular with the discerning customers of LondonArt.
 
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Zenon Jepras

Born in Cardiff, in 1969 to Greek parents, Zenon Jepras now divides his professional practice between the UK and Greece. After reading Physics at University College London, he studied painting at the Glasgow School of Art, where he developed his keen interest in narrative art. In 1993 he received the Liquitex International Art Prize and has since exhibited in numerous solo and group shows around Europe. In 1997 he represented the Republic of Cyprus at the eighth Biennale of Young Artists from Europe and the Mediterranean, in Turin and Helsinki and in 2005, enjoyed a retrospective show of his work, which toured in Germany as part of the European Union's "Cultural Year of the Ten" program.
 
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Eric  Jobbins

Eric has been trained as a teacher with his main subject being art. His inspirations came from the works of the Pre-Raphaelites and Salvador Dali's surrealism, but he created the most powerful opinions about art when he saw a Spanish Super - Realist exhibition about 30 years ago. Since then he has been driven by an urge to capture detail in painting and aimed to achieve three-dimensional imagery, with a hint of impressionism.
 
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Hans Johansson

One brief glance at the CV of Hans Johansson confirms that this is a very experienced, established artist. Having trained at the Royal College of Art in Stockholm, he has exhibited work in many different countries such as Sweden, America, Spain, China and Britain. He has shown at the prestigious Saatchi Gallery, on Tube posters in London and in Times Square, New York, to name but a few impressive sites. The work he shows here at Londonart is comprised of sensitive pencil drawings and a recent oil painting. The works in pencil are renderings of mysterious, mythological muses, which only partly cohere, thus adding to their hypnotic allure. Both the drawings and the painting have a strong sense of movement in their line and brushwork.
 
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Yvonne Johnson

Specialising in Charcoal on paper, Yvonne Johnson spends a great deal of time in the life room. This form of dedicated study encourages and strengthens her ability to look, in this case at the human form, and to reflect what she is able to see and experience in front of her. It also reinforces her ability to visually create 'life like' representations by relying on her imagination and memory. Trained at Leeds Art College, a finalist of a National Art Prize, Yvonne Johnson now exhibits in London.
 
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Anthony Johnson

Anthony Johnson's work hopes to reflect mans struggle to enhance and harness the natural world. Johnson's use of an underlying geometric structure combined with his erratic and frenetic mark making capture the spirit of contemporary urban living. "It is the idea of an industrialised environment's denial of human mortality that interests me." says Johnson… "My work tries to address the idea that our surrounding fabricated environment often seems incapable of sustaining the creatures that have built it all and now must exist within its framework."
 
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steve johnston

Steve Johnston is a contemporary Scottish artist whose creates paintings in oil and acrylic. Perhaps the most striking aspect of his paintings is how the celebratory subject matter is portrayed in a sombre, muted palette, thereby rendering them as kitsch. The abstract soft focus backgrounds serve to isolate the figures, creating an alienating effect.
 
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mathew jones

Mathew studied Fine Art at Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, where he trained as a painter. In his recent work he has been exploring the effects of corrosion, creating residual images from chosen items placed on various surfaces, inspiration coming from the human body.
 
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