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Csilla Varga

Born in Hungary in 1975 Csilla Varga has lived and worked in London, UK since 2000. A sculptor of growing reputation, Csilla specialises in solid bronze figurative sculpture. By exploring the human form Varga hopes "to achieve more levels of meaning, more possibilities of understanding. I would like to think of my works, as signs, that people would remember in very important moments of their lives, something that would leave a mark on their soul." Now currently exhibiting in the UK and France, Varga's expressive work has recently been commissioned and is now held in numerous private collections across London.
 
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Jamie Vans

The nephew of Sir Roger de Grey, the great nephew to Spencer Gore and the cousin of Freddie Gore RA, there is absolutely no doubt that Jamie Vans' rich artistic family background has influenced his artistic development and encouraged and nurtured his creative talents. Born in Australia in 1950, Jamie Vans now lives and works in Britain. Jamie Vans is a stone carver who finds his inspiration in the human form. He has carved commissioned works for many private and public commissions and has works in collections in Greece, Spain, South Africa the USA and across the UK.
 
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BANKSYNo2 Vernon

Born 1948 in Nottingham, UK, George is the founder of the Tube-ism movement. After studying art in the 1960s he spent a number of years travelling around Europe before returning to Bristol to establish the movement. His work although related to "death and its mystical never ending cycle", is profusely vibrant and vivacious. Vernon is currently working on a series of paintings entitled The Resurrection Descending . Vernon's first children's book, The Corn Queen was published in 2004 and he has recently exhibited at the Royal West Academy. He has works in numerous public and private collections.
 
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VINCENT VINCENT

VINCENT VINCENT is an artist, seemingly named after one of the greats and interested in repetition. Irony abounds in the work of this talented draughtsman. Initially favouring pen and ink, he later moved into employing digital techniques, paint and sculpture. His work "Disasters of Raw, Initial Study of Liberty's Escape by Brooklyn Bridge" turns the Stars and Stripes into a wordsearch...an enigma of stereotypical American signs. The Ground Zero hero is portrayed as our only chance of rescuing freedom. here is an artist who is using his skills to explore the serious issues of today using a satirical, tongue-in-cheek language.
 
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