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Simon Temblett

We can all outwardly appreciate Simon Temblett's Art for its apparent beauty and poise, yet if we wish to wholly comprehend his work, we need to think beyond the form, and explore his work in its entirety. See Artist of the Week.
 
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Sinclair Taylor

Sinclair Taylor has a BA and postgraduate MA in Ceramics, graduating in 2000. His current work explores contemporary techniques of ceramic glazing and firing. Over the years Taylor’s empirical approach has helped him to develop a complex language in ceramic. His sculptural form and complex surface pattern result in some beautiful pieces of objet d’art. Currently living and working in Weston-Super-Mare, Taylors work has been exhibited across the UK.
 
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Nicole Teuliere

One of the most difficult questions facing any contemporary artist is how to combine the historical past of art with the desire to capture the modern. How does someone create a work which is timeless and contemporary? Ageless and youthful? ‘Outstanding for its skill, the work of Nicole Teulière-Ratti definitely recalls the work of “Tiffany Studio” and its famous glass marquetry. There are no flaws in the harmony of colours, and in the way she deals with the material.’ Hélène Rousé-Rivère, Art critic
 
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mark thirlwell

Probably the first artist on the whole Londonart site to use the word "Metamodernism" of his work, Mark achieved a First in his BA in Fine Art when he graduated from Sunderland University in 2012. New artists emerging from art school are often the closest to "where its at" in terms of current cutting edge thinking about art and keen collectors value this intellectual commodity. Mark is concerned to cross-reference his ideas; producing enigmatic works, such as double portraits.and horses heads: modelled in 3D, dissolving to simple marks on paper. His painting "How to present one self with two other selves" is both comic yet searching. The subject looks out at the viewer, amidst questions scrawled in blood red: an image attempting to reproduce the questioning of the artist's own self/selves.
 
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Jeanette Thomas

Jeanette Thomas is a ceramicist living and working in Cardiff. Working in clay Jeanette exploits the tactile quality of her material, allowing her instinct to guide her. Clearing the mind of any preconceptions she allows the clay to help her expose the form from within. Influenced by African and Asian culture Jeanette's work centres around the face, primarily in the form of a mask or life side bust, Jeanette hopes to create a personality and soul to her figures and in turn give the viewer a sense of peace and serenity.
 
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Markus Thonett

Markus Thonett shows works which are original in their design and process. He carves into melamine and stains it to make a series of treescapes, that are heavy with atmosphere. In contrast, he has carved huge wooden reliefs and painted them in bright hues. Perhaps his unique art has developed out of the variety of his lived experience: community art in Germany, Ireland, Cameroon and UK; stage, film, TV and video productions, set design and puppetry.
 
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