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Kate Plumb

Like so often in life, solid, thick outlines contain intricate and unique details. In the painting 'Human' by Kate Plumb, the shapes and outlines contain body parts or symbols of modern life; the cocktail glass, a male sign, a condom. She effortlessly fuses cubist style perspective changes with graffitti and street art to make work that is stylish and moving. Faces look down on the chaos from upon high and pass their judgement. In her photographic work she uses fashion mannequins, placing them in a series of extraordinary locations. From beaches to catwalks, countrysides to clear skies, the mannequins replace the humans in an eerie, otherworld.
 
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John Podpadec

Here Popadec produces a series of striking paintings with an explosive blend of colour and form, inspired by deep space photography that explore the far distant regions where massive bodies collide, gases mix and where worlds are created.
 
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Kate Potter

For somebody who has only just graduated from an MA in Photography from the London College of Communication in 2006, Kate Potter's career is off to a flying start. Her work has been exhibited across the World, with various group exhibitions in London, New York, Poland and Austria. After being featured in four solo exhibitions in central London, and appearing in numerous publications, including the British Journal of Photography, the quality of her work is widely acknowledged and celebrated.
 
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sarah pritchard

Edinburgh-based artist Sarah Pritchard manipulates photographs digitally to produce geometric landscapes.
 
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Natasa Radovic

Natasha Radovic creates photographs depicting strange urban environments. Electric colours form and shapes, created by light and the exposure to it through the eye of the lens.
 
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Katy Reed

Katy Reed began producing these enthralling photographic scenes when studying in America. They initially became a way for her to feel closer to the people and places she missed in London but have since developed in to something far more complex and insightful. "I made dolls of myself and my friends, and constructed sets of places including bars and night-clubs, a pier in Suffolk, rooms from my house, and a park." Using her memory and imagination, 'Katy's worlds' conjure up all sorts of associations with in us and create a strong identity of their own.
 
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David Antony  Reid

Reading about David's full life and accolades across different fields of experience comes as no surprise. This is because the range of images he exhibits at Londonart is amazingly colourful and original. From tattooed buttocks to tattooists and graffiti artists at work: from carnivalesque maidens to firework apparitions, David seeks visual thrills and unusual sights. He has also travelled widely, bringing touching scenes from everyday Chinese life. His other great passion and talent is as a guitar maker or luthier and images of these beautiful instruments also grace this beguiling online portfolio.
 
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Doron Ritter

Born in Isreal, Doron Ritter spent much of his childhood growing up in Hungary. Inspired by still photography and the moving image, Ritter graduated from his degree as a fully qualified cameraman. After spending a number of years working for Hungarian State Television, MTV, and numerous other commercial channels he now head's his own commercial production company. Ritter's still photography goes hand in hand with his moving images and commercial ventures, he comments, "the applied photography is a creative branch of photography which attracts me the most in a profession with so many different possibilities." His most recent exhibition Spaces in Ages, was staged at the Millenaris Center, Budapest and was visited by more then 3000 people. Doron Ritter has had work published across Hungary and on an international level.
 
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Ailsa Robertson

Few things work so perfectly as an artistic subject as the rolling hills of a glorious countryside scene. Perfectly framed, these images capture the true beauty of the natural world around us. Robertson creates contrasting areas of light and shade which leave the viewer captivated and enthralled.
 
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Zara Robinson-Marshall

Ominous and foreboding, Zara Robinson Marshall's night time photographs seek to explore our own preconceptions of city living. Focusing on notions of time, place and location she is fascinated by the way in which light can superficially affect our reading of an environment, its appearance and understanding. Zara takes all her photographs at night on location. Photographing familiar environments, often places she has known all her life, she hopes to subvert, distort and alter the reality of a place. By exploiting the appearance of artificial light, she provokes an impression of an environment out of the darkness, rather than a representation of it. Zara is currently studying an MA in Sculpture at Wimbledon School of Art.
 
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