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David Grant

Bristol-based artist David Grant paints his icons from rock and black music scene and landscapes, acrylic and canvas. He has worked in the design and gaming industry for many years as a supporting career.
 
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John Gregson

John Gregson's amazing acrylic works on canvas might be suitably described as 'Photorealist'. But this doesn't do them justice....There is an intense preoccupation with surface: the slight variations across the skin of a lemon and the slick, sleek sheen of the entangeld parts of a Harley motorcycle. He manages to extract the pattern from everyday still lives and magnify them to squeeze out every inch of pictorial drama.
 
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Elisabeth  Grosse

A cutting edge draughtswoman and highly acclaimed in her field, Elisabeth Grosse has worked with top designers Alexander McQueen & Matthew Williamson. Her fashion illustrations have recently been published as part of a book and she recently participated in a pop-up exhibition in London. Her fierce, long-legged amazons with broken edges that grace the Londonart site are the epitome of today's self-directed muse.
 
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Ella Guru

Ella Guru, best known for her portraits of transvestites in beehive wigs, is adding wildlife to her wild life. She is just as excited by ducks, geese and pelicans, and enjoys painting large waterfowl as she travels. Locations include the Hudson River valley in New York, St James' Park in London, and the Swannery in Abbotsbury, Dorset.
 
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Lee Guthrie

Lee Guthrie documents the passing of time by revealing tangible evidence of it. By highlighting the underfoot, often quite literally, and the generally unnoticed, Lee manages to capture the ageing process with these inquisitive and unexpectedly elegant images of the every day and seemingly mundane.
 
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Sergej Hahonin

SERGEJ HAHONIN Russian born Sergej Hahonin studied painting in Omsk then at Krasnojarsk Academy of Art in Siberia where he specialized in ceramics and pottery. His masterly depiction of the human figure displays his classical training and native skill, as a 4-year old child he won the award for the best painting in Soviet Union drawn by a pre-school child.He has enjoyed a long career as both a painter and curator in Russia and Slovenia. His work reflects the influence of Gustav Klimt’s art nouveau style, particularly his ‘Golden phase’, in his choice of female form as his main subject matter, his sensual and intense use of colour and frank eroticism. His dynamic use of paint integrates accident and the uncontrolled to express themes of passion and sexuality, he adapts art nouveau forms to a tribal style.
 
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Edwina  Hannam

Edwina Hannam completed an MA in Illustartion from Central St Martins in 2005. Working in parallel on both her illustration and painting she has found that both disciplines feed the other. “Being trained in Illustration has taught me to observe detail, to recognise the aesthetics of space and how this translates to the paper or canvas.” she says. “I paint in a very detailed, realistic style but always try to add a talking point, an element of disquiet.” Edwina Hannam has recently exhibited her work in the Sunday Times Watercolour Exhibition which was held at the Mall Galleries, London.
 
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Merlin Harish

At first sight, the strong colours and geometric shapes of these digital images appear to be modern - day yantras, which exert a powerful retinal pull. Combining western sci-fi influences both in form and their ironic, labyrinthine titles, they are redolent of the mysterious narratives of Borges. Operating on so many formal and imaginative levels, their use of repetition, diffraction and endless movement create eruptions of intense colour, which are nevertheless both wistful and somehow haunting. These works leave an after effect both in the eye and the mind.
 
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Sancho Harker

Sancho's work is largely exceuted via pencil and paper thus carrying the associations of hard labour, time spent covering the page with a sharp point. His story is an unusual one and these works could be viewed as the result or expression of great pain. Certainly, there are signs of weaponry and sharp edges cutting through the images and the variations in the chequerboard background create the effect of disorientation. Inspired by Surrealism, he makes use of silhouetted female forms to provide soft curvaceous relief.
 
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