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Liz Sirett

 
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Natalie Skeete

Natalie is a young London based architect with a focus upon movement through space and the interaction between architecture and the landscape. Her photographs evoke a fascination with textures, surfaces and materiality, experimenting with collage, colour, sculpture, structure and detail; each one bringing a scene that once was, back to life. Further studies lie within abstract and detailed imagery of land and seascapes. Natalie’s photographic appeal derives from her sensitivity to her subjects caught in a brief moment in time, capturing their thoughts, emotions and conversations, while drawing upon the beauty that lies within the architecture, form or space they inhabit.
 
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Steve Slimm

There is a productive tension in Slimm’s work between the representation of actual place and abstract expressionism. Delicate watercolours of solitary trees rub shoulders with large monumental vistas of standing stones and waterfalls. Cornwall is clearly a source of delight to Slimm and he appears to love to reflect the light in his work. Yet often rooting paintings in place also serves to spur his imagination leading to more dramatic gestural compositions.
 
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Juan Sly

Urban art is a combination of street art and graffiti. Cult Artist Sly is one of Londonart's best sellers. His original artworks have the ballsy, spontaneous attitude of street art and Sly offers a way to transfer this edginess onto your own wall.
 
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Andrew Smith

Andrew Smith began painting in Winter 2004, and had his first exhibition early 2005. “My art represents my view of the world and those things that matter the most to me” he says. Andrew Smith is in the very early stages of his artistic development and at present he simply draws and paints what he sees and feels within a particular moment. This very honest approach is one that we hope he can hold onto as his work becomes more complex.
 
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Julian Smith

Julian Smith creates expressionistic paintings in oil on canvas. Working across genres, Julian hopes to provide a range of styles and tastes to suit the discerning buyer. Julian has undertaken portrait commissions, recently creating a series of 'famous faces'. His wide variety of subject matter extends from wildlife and pet portraits to sailing ships and seascapes. Julian's work is in many personal collections across the UK.
 
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James Smith

Intrigue and ambiance abound in these wonderfully lit portraits. They speak of a world of unease and ask eternal questions about people and their surroundings. The images mix portraiture with abstractions, bringing in an otherworldly dimension to the portfolio. Mothers and children lie in cosmic landscapes that glisten with colour, interesting compositional devices, colour schemes and ideas. James is not an artist who limits himself to just one style, but instead infuses each canvass with a multitude of concepts; each one handled with flare and panache. As decorative items, these paintings represent excellent value and would bring a slice of colour and spiritual interest to any living or working room. By using acrylics, the artists manages to bring a vivaciousness to his shades that would light up any corner of any space.
 
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Leni Smoragdova

Leni Smoragdova has exhibited at "The Armory Show" in New York and worked with Madonna. Her work is drawn from a refreshingly subversive theoretical position, of which she is the author: "Transaction Art". She states, "Any spectator gets used to the fact that any serious topic must be delivered by the author’s intelligent tone. Absolutely seriously and thoughtfully. But why?"
 
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Marilyn Southey

Marilyn Southey is a figurative artist working in a variety of mediums and subjects. Marilyn spent her childhood among the goldmines of Central Africa and at sixteen moved to London to study architecture and art, at Hornsey College of Art and The University of Westminster, London. Her works, which include portraits, country and urbanscapes, seascapes, wildlife and life studies, have been exhibited in the South of England including; The Mall Galleries' annual open exhibitions of the Royal Society of Oil Painters, The Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour the National Print Exhibitions, The Bankside Gallery open exhibition of the Royal Watercolour Society and The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. Marilyn has also exhibited at several venues in France including the Triennale Chamalières International Print Exhibition and in the two principal cities in Zimbabwe, Africa.
 
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