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Jonathan meade

Born in 1977 Jonathan Meade currently works in London. After studying Scenic Art at Rada, The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, London, Jonathan Meade currently works as a freelance scenic artist in the UK film and television industry. His work within the industry heavily influences his style of painting, particularly when it comes to the speed in which he works. Drawing on some of the techniques and tools used on set, including spray guns, rollers and brushes, his current series of work focuses on London’s cityscapes. Born in 1977 Jonathan Meade currently works in London.
 
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Alicia Melamed Adams

Working in Oil on Canvas Alicia Melamed Adams initially draws on her surrounding environment to help her create these wonderful expressions of every day life. Alicia's work holds obvious similarities to the work of Van Gogh and at times its chosen subject matters bring to mind artists such as Gauguin and Picasso.
 
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Pavel Mescheriakov

Pavel Meshcheryakov was born in 1964 in Penza. He was studying in the Art College named after K. Savitsky for 6 years (1982-1988). After that he was working for several years in a local television studio as an artist. The same time he began to cooperate with some galleries in Moscow and Vienna where he lived and worked. His first artworks were mainly fantastic and surrealistic. Somewhat later he started mastering the portrait genre. He also makes copies of paintings of all genres and styles.
 
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Thomas Mestanek

Drama is created in the moments where life feels distorted. When something throws a person off their stride, a dramatic effect is made. The expressionistic art from Thomas Mestanek, one of the Czech Republic’s finest figurative painters, shows the thriving energy of contemporary humans existing within the modern metropolis. This is a place of boundless dynamism and unanswerable questions, a place in which people combine into a mass without ever interacting. His art shows scenes of real and imagined life; accidents, studios and fictional characters all merge within the metropolis. Every angle is stylised in order to show the unnerving and exhilarating buzz of the streets and rooms of the city. Mestanek aims to create art that is beyond the decorative and offer statements of what the human experience is in our vast cityscapes. Roles and situations are unfixed in this collection, asking the viewer to take many looks in order to grasp the extent of the image.
 
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Katrina Mezak

Katrina Mezak has always been fascinated by the human form, and has almost exclusively worked on life studies and portraiture throughout her artistic career. She prefers the sponteneity and excitement of short poses, which is reflected in the sense of movement conveyed by these works. She has sold internationally to private and commercial buyers, and has now released a selection of earlier life studies for sale.
 
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THEO MICHAEL

Enigmatic is a much over used word, but for the work of Theo Michael no other word will do. Each painting contains as many narrative points as the film noir movies he is so passionate about. Trilby donned characters make phone calls, ignoring or unaware of the femme fatal watching closely with her shoulder suggestively exposed. A couple walks along seaside promenades, but is it their love keeping them warm or does the restless weather represent an unknown trauma unfolding? Heavily stylised characters play chess in a desert landscape or light cigarettes, delighted with the attention they are receiving from the scooter riding local girls. This work is deeply atmospheric, with small details creating wider questions about the characters and their world. Undeniably attractive and mysterious enough to keep the viewer coming back for more, this is art would provide intrigue and interest in any home or office space.
 
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Noriko Michigami

Born in Japan, Noriko Michigami moved to the UK as a child. "Soon after I began painting in England I became aware that mostly my sense of sensibilities originated in Japan…" She says, adding, " The simplicity and the sense of 'Praise of shadows' and the Japanese traditional concept of 'mono-no-aware' to understand and respond to the appeal of objects to the human heart, effect not only my emotion, but they make my perception". Shaped by her memory and emotions, she is particularly interested in how light and shadow affects the work, both visually and psychologically. Her use of colour, particularly her brown sepia washes, helps to create a strong sense of isolation and melancholy. Noriko Michigami has works in private collections throughout the U.K.
 
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Martin Middleton

Martin Middleton has lived and worked in London for the past 8 years and takes his inspiration from the city. “I have been painting a wide variety of subjects that interest me for the past fifteen years but over the past two years I have focused largely on images of London.” Having undertaken a number of commissions his work has been exhibited most recently in the South of England.
 
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Slobodan Mijin

Slobodan Bo Mijin lives and works in Belgrade, where he studied at the Belgrade Arts Academy and became a teacher of art theory. His works are based in one sentence: " TO AKNOWLEDGE GOD, YOU WILL FIRST DISOWN HIM."
 
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