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Fergus  Quinn

Fergus Quinn studied illustration at Middlesex University and has run an illustration and design agency for several years, specialising in CD artwork. "Most recently I painted a 10ft high mural of the late Isaac Hayes for the NU Jazz Festival in Portobello."
 
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Tony Quinn

Taking his inspiration from the materials and techniques of the 17th century masters, Tony Quinn has developed his own unique style through research, experimentation and self study.
 
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Alejandro R. Lovering

Alejandro R. Lovering joins our online art gallery Latido Latino. The project is an ongoing venture between, Latido Latino, in Mexico, and Londonart.co.uk. The artwork represented online aims to promote the work of contemporary Latin American artists. In November 2004 Londonart and Latido Latino curated an exhibition in Centro de Arte Moderno, Guadalajara, Mexico. Our Latido Latino online art gallery is constantly updated and represents a selection of talented artists from the region.
 
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Michael Rafferty

Moody abstract backgrounds and emotive figurative shapes combine to create powerful images that sink into the mind. This is a world where Geishas are gift wrapped for thier clients as ghostly figures look on. Michael Rafferty is a multi-talented artist, unbound by style or technique, who has gained success through his career and been exhibited many times around the country. His work is ecclectic, dynamic and technically skillful. In his abstract paintings concepts are rendered with balanced stripes and colours, creating dizzying windows into the mind of the artist. This is bold and powerful art that demands to be noticed, mixing styles and ideas to create a wonderful portfolio of striking art.
 
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hector javier ramirez

Searching for answers to some of the oldest and most philosophical of questions, Hector Javier Ramirez is fascinated by the sublime. Focusing on the darker side of the equilibrium, his work explores our fundamental values and humanist qualities, bringing them to life on a pretty impressive scale. Measuring not less than a metre high, Ramirez’s paintings and charcoal drawings dominate their hanging space and leave us immersed in their presence. “My work is about the loss of human values and how the animals are more human than the human - we fight, we kill, just for pleasure”. He says, addind “I dont like the beautiful bodies and perfect forms, I like the grotesque, the ugly people, the fat people.” Ramirez 2007.
 
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Jasmine  Randall

Jasmin Randall paintings explore the sensual qualities of the human form. Painting in oil on canvas she hopes to capture the tactile quality of skin and flesh.
 
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Barbara Rawcliffe

As her paintings of the Yorkshire Dales attest, Barbara Rawcliffe is an accomplished painter with a perceptive feel for capturing the vagaries of our beautiful British landscape. But added to this are wonderful lyrical details which animate her compositions and give a feminine appeal. Indeed works such as 'Walking Home' and 'Walk in the Forest' in their sureness of line, solid colour and paint application put one in mind of the beautiful paintings of Winifred Nicholson and Paula Modersohn-Becker.
 
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Devajyoti Ray

"In the media dominated post globalized scenario, the boundaries between real and pseudo-real seem to be blurred as scoops are passed as facts and facts are camouflaged as fiction. Having said that, Devajyoti’s use of ‘Pseudo-realistic’ imagery itself is a strong metaphor that appears to be more relevant in 21st century India; it is curious why pseudo-realism is yet to take root in visual art and influence our creative minds. Devajyoti Ray is one of the few artists in the country who is consistently working in this newly founded genre and perhaps only one who is showing such an acute devotion to it." (Rajendra, Editor, Indian Contemporary Art Journal.)
 
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Lou Reade

Having obtained a degree in Fine Art, Lou Reade now paints emotive pieces currently dealing with a pre-occupation with bikes and the quirky prettiness of everyday scenes. Her work is has a contemporary feel but does not cast aside traditional artistic styles and techniques. Having exhibited around the USA and the UK, Reade now has found a home on Londonart, and we are delighted to show her. She also creates edgy, atmospheric portraits, remniscent of X-rays, creating images that show beauty is not just skin deep. Young and very talented, we look forward to sharing more of Reade's work in the future.
 
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