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Liron Art

Liron Sissman's oil paintings have been featured in more than 30 shows in New York City and throughout the Northeast USA, won multiple awards, and have been the subject of over 30 press articles and reviews. "I use form, colour, and texture to convey emotions. I use flowers as visual metaphors to convey many themes. The fragility of flowers coupled with their ephemeral beauty, intriguing delicacy, and striking colour, attract sensitivity and amplify the drama." Liron Sissman's works are collected by corporate collectors and by individuals in UK, US, and Canada. Sissman is listed in Who's Who in America and in Who's Who in Visual Art, USA.
 
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Azure art

"My art has often used music as a reference point, incorporating traditional fine art practices to produce both abstract and surreal works."
 
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Gegham Asatryan

This Armenian artist sadly passed away in 1995, leaving us with a rich selection of landscapes painted from the thirties to a few years before his death. Gegham's style evolved hugely over that time, though each decade shows a deep love for his home country's gorgeous scenery, from soaring mountains to rivers rushing through green valleys
 
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Frank Ash

Frank Ash was born in Scotland, UK and now lives and works in Bedfordshire. A self taught photographer, Ash began by studying its intrinsic techniques and the work of fellow photographers such ass Paul Foley, Leigh Preston and Chris Palmer, all of RPS. His great passion is landscape and he is instinctively inspired by natural light. His photographs are available as a limited edition prints on PermaJet art papers.
 
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Nicholas Ashton

Nicholas Ashton has painted this series of long paintings, inspired by the ariel views from his South London studio. He studied at Sunderland College and at Central St Martins.
 
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Nazik  Aslanyan

Born in 1977, Nazik Aslanyan lives and works in Yerevan, Armenia. His wide, blocked brush marks, combined with a vibrant and bold use of colour, are inspired by nature. "In my paintings I want to explore the most important feature of the Universe. I am trying to reach its essence. It is in everything: In the Sun, in flowers or trees, in all details of our life. Understanding of it is mean to reach a real happiness..." Nazik Aslanyan.
 
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Andrew Astridge

Inspired by some of the great artist of our time, Andrew Astridge takes inspiration from their art. From Jackson Pollock to Bayer, from pop art to impressionism; Astridge has it more or less covered.
 
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Royden Astrop

Royden Astrop was born in Newcastle upon Tyne in 1969. He spent most of his early adult career working as a TV soundman for American news based out of Cape Town, South Africa. During that time, Royden reported from some of the world’s most dangerous killing fields including Somalia, Rwanda, Zaire and Kosovo. In between news assignments, he worked as an artist focusing on digital, video and installation art. His watercolours were also exhibited in galleries in South Africa. After retiring from his news career, he returned to the UK in 2001, where his first professional exhibition of oil paintings, Lines of Fire, was met with a huge amount of national media and public interest. Now a full-time artist he predominantly works in oils on canvas.
 
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