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Sasho Karapeev

Bulgarian artist Sasho Karapeev works in batiks and on canvas using acrylics, oil and mixed media. His decorative, folk style has wide appeal and attracts private collectors from all over the world..
 
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Carole A. Keegan

Carole A. Keegan's figurative work takes it's inspiration from the world around her. "My line drawings, oil and digital paintings take their inspiration from the recesses and corners, the winds and turns of the imagination, from the fantastical with roots in mythology and legend, but also curious modern situations and stances often involving semi-cartoon images of people I meet." Her idiosyncratic reflections on life are perfectly reflected by her black on white pen and ink drawings. Carole A. Keegan's simple and unhesitant line drawings, mythological paintings and abstract digital works, create ornamental versions of people in conversation.
 
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John kelly

John's darkly humorous paintings depict a bizarre world. Animals inhabit film noir streets and shadowy alleyways. With their use of dramatic lighting and graphic composition, the paintings pose a surreal question to the viewer: what will happen next? John Kelly is also an award-winning children's book illustrator.
 
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Chris Kendrick

Chris Kendrick is a still life painter working in Oils. "What intrigues me about still life is that it's essentially about an implied human presence. The way objects can create a narrative value beyond their individual worth simply by their relationships to each other in the same space. They can even suggest a sense of time and place without anything being directly stated".
 
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Justine Kerr

Justine Kerr is originally from Edinburgh, Scotland and now lives in Canada. While studying her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at Dundee University, she spent two semesters at NSCAD University, Nova Scotia, Canada. This experience proved to be life changing. Here she finds her true calling for stone carving , and her future husband to boot. “I am interested in the dichotomies within myself...exploring these visually in my work; the contrast of textures within stone evokes a warming in my heart……polished stone, the blazing beauty of the intricacies of hidden colours interfaced with contrasting rough markings made by my tools. This is conveyed well in my stone carvings, ‘Imminent’ and ‘Inextricably Bound’, she says. In 2006 and 2008, The Nova Scotia Art Bank purchased Justine Kerr’s art work for their collection and she was recently been awarded a creation grant from the Nova Scotia Arts Council.
 
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Kate Kessling

Kate Kessling is an exciting new artist working in a broad range of media. She has long been fascinated with buttons and has one of the largest collections of buttons in the UK. Her ' button pieces' are vast mosaics; each piece containing over two thousand individually sewn buttons. Using the latest in high resolution digital printing, Kate has discovered a new and vibrant technique with which to produce her button images. Each print is produced in a small edition on Fine Art paper to Archival standards by Contrary Press. Kate exhibits widely and she recently sold out at the Affordable Art Fair in Battersea. She is currently working on a set of her prints for Habitat which will be launched in 2008. Kate Kessling was born 1967 and studied at Goldsmiths, London, in the late 1980’s.
 
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Biayna Khachik

At twenty two years of age Biayna Khachik is currently living in Armenia where she is studying Architecture. Seeing her self as a painter and designer she predominantly focuses on still life compositions and works mainly in watercolour, and pastel, on paper, and oil on canvas.
 
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Mohd Feroz Khan

Mohd Feroz Khan has spent the last eight years studying under India's infamous painter Manjit Bawa. Feroz's father Ibrahim, a banner painter from Delhi, has also played an inspirational role in his life. Together the two generations of artist seek out inspiration from their surrounding environment. Feroz Khan's latest series of works focuses on the deprived areas of New Delhi. Haunting images of the elderly, rickshaw workers, beggars and children all hope to sensitively reflect some of the despondency he finds within the city. In 2004 Feroz Khan traveled to Barcelona to work on a project with Rajiv Sethi. Currently living in New Delhi, his work is in private collections across India and abroad.
 
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Saba  Khan

Recently making a splash in Modern Painters and Aesthetica magazines, Saba Khan's contemporary oil and mixed-media paintings and drawings explore moments in what she describes as "our random, surreal emotional, spiritual, sensual and geopolitical lives". For her, making art is about simultaneously engaging in mind, body, spirit and physical spaces where seen and unseen worlds intermingle and fluctuate. "Concerned about a shiny, artificial, branded geopolitical world where the majority do not benefit, I eventually face an image that is both fragmenting and optimistic, like the beginning of something new yet familiar that had always existed, but was not previously noticed. I work on the principle of the ‘death of the author’, once a work is made, what I have experienced and expressed is dead and the onlooker interacts with a blank canvas where a new world ebbs and flows’.
 
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