Nathan Eastwood
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Nathan Eastwood Painted on primed gesso board, Eastwood’s paintings have their origin in snapshot photographs taken of his environment both, domestically and out and about that started in started in 2011 with a small painting of his staircase ‘Nook’ at … Read More

Marco Cali
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Marco Cali My paintings focus on figurative subjects influenced by renaissance and surreal traditions.  I am interested in the suggestive narrative and compositional subjects that permeate the history of painting and work to create pieces that are contemporary.Pictorial bodies are … Read More

Joe Packer
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Joe Packer Joe Packer’s recent paintings could be described as invented landscapes with a psychological element. These paintings try to evoke the memory of a place whilst at the same time, having evolved through making processes that are not preplanned … Read More

David Sullivan
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David Sullivan The works I engage with in the studio are framed by the political traditions of Realism and the problem is always the same – to discover the complex set of conditions, the emergent phenomena that make for successful … Read More

James Quin
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James Quin These paintings address what might be considered a reasonably straightforward question: what, if anything, can be achieved in painting from what is often perceived to be a most unpromising strategy for the visual artist – that of repetition? … Read More

Geraint Evans
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Geraint Evans Geraint Evans is interested in the ways in which we perceive, encounter and experience the natural world and read it as landscape. His figurative paintings employ a stylized pictorial language to explore the idea that landscape is largely … Read More

Kirsty O’Leary Leeson
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Kirsty O’Leary Leeson My practice explores both the physical and psychological geography of existence which I feel is complimented by my use of pencil on gesso where the subject matter of each drawing records the unfolding of an event. As … Read More

Bryan Lavelle
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Bryan Lavelle Bryan’s work is an investigation into the properties of his chosen materials and the process of painting. Bryan’s work has no layers of hidden meaning or narrative waiting to be uncovered, nor does it elude to be anything … Read More

Suzanne Holtom
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Suzanne Holtom There is an overriding interest in the creative tension between content and structure in my work. I do think in terms of narratives and themes to each series of paintings, but the actual process of making is also … Read More

Freya Purdue
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Freya Purdue Freya Purdue’s paintings inhabit the border between abstraction and figuration and have their basis in exploration through seeing, experience and research around the ideas she is working with. She draws upon a wide range of sources from the … Read More

Amanda Ansell
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Amanda Ansell Each line is portrayed one at a time using a thin layer of oil paint. The colours are applied wet-in-wet and reworked several times. This method of making betrays the haze of memory and nostalgia and eventually the … Read More

Deb Covell
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Deb Covell Deb Covell’s practice is concerned with bringing a form into being by exploring the material and sculptural potential of paint. She has omitted a traditional fixed support of a canvas or wooden panel as she found them too … Read More

Lisa Denyer
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Lisa Denyer Lisa Denyer graduated from Coventry University in 2009 with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art. In 2010 she received second prize in the Gilchrist Fisher Award, held at the Rebecca Hossack Gallery, London. She was shortlisted for Salon … Read More

Paula MacArthur
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Paula MacArthur I see my work as a contemporary interpretation of traditional memento mori & vanitas painting.  I hunt in historical buildings, museums & churches for still life objects which resonate with me in some way, selecting things which are … Read More

Cara Nahaul
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Cara Nahaul Cara Nahaul’s vibrant paintings explore the character of spaces, from quiet domestic interiors to decorated public spaces. Her work aims to examine the relationship with our environment, and the shifts in perception around the value of objects within … Read More

Katherine Russell
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Katherine Russell Katherine Russell tries to dissimulate a fraction of the mass of imagery that we encounter on a daily basis – often, our only source of visual information that describes the outside world to us. Her work looks at how … Read More

David Ainley
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David Ainley Having regard for Cézanne’s exemplary perseverance David Ainley is in art for the long haul. The distillation of ideas in painting through adopting procedural strategies with strong metaphorical associations absorbs him. The systems method he developed in the … Read More

Casper White
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Casper White Casper’s work focuses on the intimacy of a portrait, where fleeting and unexpected moments become a place for reflection. The ecstatic experiences of nightclubbing and the tender and fragile moments of the morning after led to a series … Read More

Monica Metsers
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Monica Metsers Monica’s work reflects a lifelong infatuation with fantasy and the surreal. She loves painting objects, people and places and works in layers of oil paint, building up different thicknesses to create a sculptural and dreamlike effect. She also … Read More

Pen Dalton
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Pen Dalton Pen Dalton lives and works in Walthamstow. She trained at Goldsmiths Art School and Brighton University and gained a PhD in Creative studies from Plymouth University in 2008. She has published and lectured internationally and taught studio practice … Read More

David Lock
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David Lock David Lock’s paintings explore men and masculinities in a process of becoming. The paintings utilise a collagist approach. In the process of creating his ‘Misfit’ paintings, he makes collages culled from advertisements and imagery from mainstream magazines. In … Read More

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