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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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Malcolm Tillis

Collage is the vehicle Malcom Tillis employs for his surrealist abstract art. Each work requires attention from the viewer to look into the highly textured surface where found images nestle alongside purely abstract forms. You are rewarded with the attention as over time more and more features become apparent. The collages displayed here are the product of over 20 years of work during which he has worked as a viola player in the Manchester Halle orchestra and as a graphic designer in Spain. All proceeds from the collages sold through London Art on this website will support Age Concern and Marie Curie Cancer Care.
 
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Ronnie Tucker

Ronnie paints serene scenes of lakes, mountains and castles. His career in landscape painting continued only recently, after a period of work in digital media. Ronnie discovered that paint gives an artist more freedom and influence than computer led art, therefore he is planning to develop his skill in oil and watercolour.
 
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Kasia Turajczyk

There can be little doubting the spiritual influence in the artwork created by Kasia. She uses her passion for Buddhism and Taoism in order to infuse her work with an energy which should speak to the viewers directly. Her art is part reality, part dream and part allegory for a world sinking too heavily into capitalism and away from the philosophical. There is an uneasy edge to several of these works with children’s characters looking on with vacant eyes after they have become products for multinational corporation to seek profit. But these are not grim, downbeat pictures. They are infused with life, light and hope. Kasia says she paints in order to move her audience or to merely make them stop and think. At LondonArt we believe she has achieved this aim and are sure that our customers will find a moment to stand before these images and reflect on the world.
 
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Diane Urwin

Diane Urwin’s wonderfully crafted works look good enough to eat. Each piece of fruit is rendered in exquisite detail and seems to hang before the viewer, enticing them in. The wonderfully captured ceramics sit in the soft light and glisten. The reflections of the fruit’s soft skin cast the painting in a gently glowing colour against a deep, dark background. When she paints portraits and harbour scenes she applies the same keen eye for detail and wonderfully skilful technique to create truly exceptional works. Her branches elegantly stretch across the paintings, holding plump, ripe Sharon fruit. Already an established artist, we are very pleased to bring to you the work of this gifted painter.
 
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Natalia Ustinova

Natalia Ustinova-Buchman, was born in Moscow, Russia in 1982, and now lives and works in London. Inspired by nature and the changing climate, her work focuses on the seasons and the way in which they can influence and affect our mood and emotions.
 
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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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Tina Viljoen

Tina Vilgoen spent many years working as a film and television producer in Canada. Since moving to London, Tina now devotes her time to her own art. Painting partly from memory and partly from imagination, her landscapes works are often inspired by photographs while travelling in a moving vehicle. Also inspired by nature and her love for pastel medium, Tina Vilgoen creates beautiful still life arrangements of flowers and food. Often utilising watercolour, photography and digital technology Tina is currently studying at the Byam Shaw, London Institute.
 
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James Vinciguerra

James Vinciguerra loves to draw. Whether he is using pencil or a graphite tablet, sketching landscapes, cityscape's seascapes or people, James's vigour and prolific enthusiasm is apparent. "I can draw so I do, it's that simple really".
 
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Les Vinicius

 
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