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Simon Fairless

Simon Fairless is a new and emerging British artist. His ideas and aesthetics spill into Landscapes, Seascapes and Figurative paintings, Still Life and Abstract works. He has exhibited his work throughout the United Kingdom and has works in private collections throughout the world. By using iconic images from contemporary life, the artist creates pop images that glow with colour and life. His varied portfolio moves through glistening abstractions to cityscapes and town scenes. Familiar London streets are recreated with a feeling of light and an understanding of the language of colour. We are very pleased to bring you this popular and talented painter.
 
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Regina  Fernandes

Fernandes skilfully manipulates shadow to produce paintings that accentuate the light contained within her interiors and sky scapes.
 
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Jane Fairhurst

As the title of this latest series of works by Jane Fairhurst suggests, 'Freefall' is a collection of works which picture a small hybrid figure plummeting to its apparent doom. Appropriating images from Hokusai's beautiful 'Small Flower Series' of prints, Fairhurst, then scales up the images by painting them in acrylic on canvas. In Hokusai's prints we see a small bird; in Jane Fairhurst re-works we see a plastic 'Barbie- like' doll with a bird scull for its head and a worryingly angular body. "The paintings hope to reflect both the cultural exchange between Asia, Europe and the U.S.A., brought about through trade, and, 21st century industrialised society's detachment from the natural world…I aim to achieve a level of ambiguity in my work, humour with dark undertones." Jane Fairhurst
 
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SImon Fairless - Photography

The title of ‘greatest city on earth’ is always hotly contested as many global metropolises’ stake a claim to the honour. Here in our beloved London town we like to think we can hold our own and the photography of Simon Fairless goes a long way to show why. His glorious, deep and rich photographs show the city’s landmarks in their resonating, invigorating and enrapturing glory. The endless symmetry and reflective glass fronts of the financial buildings are modern day monuments to power and to possibility and Fairless shows their inherent beauty. When he scales things down and shows the wonder in a simple rose head he does so against a thick black background which allows each petal to shine and cast its own tiny shadow. Two more different subjects you would struggle to find, but here Fairless shows the many facets to his skill.
 
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Andrea Farmer

Andrea Farmer is a contemporary fine artist from Chelmsford, Essex, England. She specialises in abstract land art. Her paintings are held in collections worldwide. She is happy to consider private and corporate commissions.

The ethereal landscape paintings focus on the British rural and coastal landscape. In particular, the way that light across the land creates abstract patterns, reflections and movement causing changes to perceived colour vision. These paintings have a glowing, sometimes hazy effect with opulent colours and evocative forms that melt into one another, creating an ethereal atmosphere.

 
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Gordon Faulds

Gordon Faulds (b1957 Paisley, Scotland) studied at Bath Academy of Art and Lancaster College (Preston Poly) (1976-1980) A graduate from the unique Fine Art fusion that existed at Lancaster, during the late 1970’s, Faulds has pursued a career that has seen him working historically, as Vintage Rag Trader at Portobello Road Market in London, to popular Hoxton DJ and Editor and Publisher of seminal Shoreditch magazine during the 1990’s. His work embraces Landscape, Still life and figuration, which is reflected in his exhibition space spanning, seascapes to portraiture. Influenced by Andrew Wyeth, Barbara Rae, Michael Porter, amongst others, he is “…drawn, towards objects and experiences that occupy the margins, the boundaries of value or sensation.”
 
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Colin Ferns

The works shown here by Colin Ferns use watercolour together with ink or pencil. They are drawn from very different landscapes: Delhi and Southwold in Suffolk. Yet both images are extremely prepossessing exhibiting an obvious charm and talented draughtsmanship. Successfully rendering wide vistas of space, he extracts the essence of the scene in deft, confident strokes with an eye for detail.
 
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Jeff Ferst

My abstract paintings have been termed “flamboyant” by the Preston Catalogue, “life-affirming” by sculptor Bruce Flowers and “juicy” by Cambridge Library & Gallery Director Mary Misner.

I paint fluid, tactile and emotional works. Drawing upon the pastoral, architectural and sensory experiences I interact with daily, I have broken down traditional landscape objects and my emotional reaction to them into geometric shapes constructed of color and texture. They are captured on canvas in a play of shapes and color. These collage elements of the mind encompass reality and emotions intertwined.

 
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Lesley Finney

Lesley Finney's artwork is not only decorative, with an all-over patterned intensity and is full of surprises."Arctic (aquamarine)" provides a landscape with a very distinctive colour scheme which is highly unusual but feasible. Contrast this with "Priceless" which uses gold leaf and has a relief-like quality but which seems to herald the importance of having a heart. Finally "The Edge of Reason" is an imaginative landscape which at first glance looks like waves, perhaps parting like those of the Red Sea in the biblical story. But it could similarly be cliffs: either way, the viewer is brought up short against a vertical face, the testing of one's limits. This is certainly art that communicates well.
 
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Andrew  Fitchett

Working with oils as a foundation, Andrew brings a sense of abstraction to his work through playing with scale and applying rich textures and surfaces achieved by adding gesso, chalk, ash, charcoal and other materials from the environment he seeks to represent. Contained within powerful compositions that echo his Graphic Design experience in the music industry and finished with an attention to detail reminiscent of Victorian natural history illustration, the paintings become icons and symbols that sum up the character of the Sussex landscape.

 
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