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James  Lavott

The host of stylistic approaches in James Lavott's work cannot disguise the fact that here is an artist who is searching to depict his own original take on the world. He has studied the western artistic masters and seeks to build on their various visual languages: from Surrealist still lives, to Expressionist pole dancers, to Cubist mosaic portraits. He also works with contemporary subject matter such as sporting heroes and celebrated musicians as well as portriats of friends and family. One can also detect paintings that clearly bear the hallmarks of a more whimsical starting point: the doodle! This is a way of bringing forth unexpected visual results.
 
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Maria  Lavrova

After travelling extensively Maria Lavrova finds particular inspiration from Peru and Ecuador where she studied the healing practices used by the Incas. A Russian born artist Lavrova is a medium and is a Reiki practitioner (Attunement Level II certificate). Her work hopes to reflect the, “pure energies of Mother nature and the beauty of the sacred in human life”, and in doing so seeks to enrich the view and soothe the mind. Maria Lavrova studied Fine Art in Russia and has recently completed a course at Hampstead School of Art, London. Her work has been exhibited in Russia and South America and is held in private collections in Europe.
 
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Ben Law

With over twenty years of experience, Ben Law is a British artist, living and working in London. Specializing in portraiture, Law refreshingly focuses on the male nude and celebrates it beauty and its strengths. Although his works obviously focuses on contemporary man, his paintings have a sense of classicism which is inherent in all his works. By combining both traditional and modern skills and techniques he manages to find a timeless suspension between genres and practices. Two and perhaps three identical drawings are made - one using acquarelle pencils to produce a drawing very similar to a traditional watercolour, and another using pastels or coloured pencils. These are scanned, and merged digitally. The resulting print is itself added to, with further layers of painting, scanning and drawing continuing over many versions, until the end result is reached: a multi-textured mixed media artwork. The works for sale here are all 1 of 1 print, made digitally from these original paintings.
 
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Kit Lawson

As a 3DGraphic Designer, Kit Lawson constructs his images using a range of different mediums and techniques. Predominantly painting in acrylic on canvas, Kit also uses the computer to generate his images. Orchid and New Orchid are perfect examples of how he uses photography and computer generated imagery to produce digital prints on paper. Inspired by artists such as Ralph Steadman, H. R. Giger and Franz Kline, Kit's work often reflects a darker and more intense side to life.
 
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Pol Ledent

Pol Ledent is an accomplished abstract painter whose abstract work brings to mind the expressive, gestural style of the postwar European Tachism movement. But he is a versatile artist and equally able to embrace figurative work. Both styles have a similar aesthetic runnng through them: colourful and often tonal, but in the figurative work he subtly picks out and emphasises compositional aspects and embellishes them.
 
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Alexander Lee

Alexander Lee is an artist with an unusual geographical trajectory; he hails from the warmth of Australia but now lives and works in the cooler climes of Sweden. His Australian heritage can be detected in the fierce heat of exciting compositions such as 'Bush Fire 1' and 'Bush Fire 2' which are quite unique subjects rarely seen amongst the artists of Londonart. The flaming line of acid yellow trees in the distance are dramatic giving a kick to our usual perceptions. These works may be contrasted with the cold tones of 'Blue Cobbles': a painting also full of movement but more contained and deliberate. In works such as 'Evening Storm' and 'Colour Girl' both hot and cold colours are brought together in a harmonious whole.
 
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Liz Lees

We are pleased to add Liz Lees to our rostrum of talented consummate artists who are truly all - rounders. Liz had her own gallery in Scotland for a while but has shown her paintings widely across Britain. The theatre is a great inspiration to her and she has designed sets for clients such as the Edinburgh Fringe. She works in oils with a palette knife to create relief or on smaller works, where her main aim is to capture movement in the figures. Her choice of subject can be quite unique as in works such as "Night Out in the Rain" and "Rush Hour Collapse", bringing to mind sometimes comic aspects also seen at times in the work of the Italian Futurists such as Balla, who also sought to convey movement through painting.
 
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Martin Leigh

Changes, contradictions and contrasts. The art of Martin Leigh does not sit still in one style or technique, but instead adapts and changes in order to explore the points where the natural and man-made collide. His art shows the change of the season and the effects that this has on the environment around us. Formally a professional photographer, Leigh now devotes his time to making art and has gained a great deal of success, exhibiting widely across the UK and in Germany. In his work a bridge ages and hangs in the point between rustic beauty and collapse. A bubble sits implausibly on the rough centre of an orange flower, waiting to burst. The outline of a fish is blended with the stylised background to create an artificial camouflage. In other works he explored the limits of abstraction, showing the feeling of a choppy sea and a rioting garden foliage. His photography and mixed media skills allow him to explore many themes and ideas and create an incredibly interesting and varied collection of work.
 
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Philip  Lendrum

Born in England in 1957, Philip Lendrum now lives and works in Honk Kong. Describing his work as “rational expressionisms”, he allows the “impulses of the unconscious”, to guide him. “The act of applying paint, layering images on top of one another, involving oneself physically with the surface of the object; creates unconventional formal results”. He says.
 
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Albert Lentacker

Albert Lentacker has been painting portraits for an incredible 50 years. Now 72 years old, Albert has been working as a professional portrait artist since leaving the Royal Academy of Art Saint-Nicolas, Belgium in 1956. "An artist must not only capture a likeness, but also a sense of presence, character and time. To paint people is to create a definite presence on a canvas. The stronger the presence, the more successful the portrait" Albert Lentacker. Now living and working in Belgium, Albert is available for commission.
 
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