Kathleen Mullaniff

Since 1994 I have been exploring a series of inter-related issues, which takes as a fundamental question: how can painting embrace decoration to disclose a narrative of loss and dislocation?

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Darren Nisbett

My images begin in the dark and empty corners of abandoned places. Travel has become a big part of my imagery and I’ve seen a lot more of the world since taking photography.

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Eugene Palmer

In recent years my practice has involved me in a continuous examination of modes of representation related to cultural history and cultural identity.

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Janet Patterson

My painting is semi abstract colourfield work and I draw my inspiration from the environment; I am influenced in particular by the minutiae of my surroundings.

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Sumi Perera

Sumi Perera is an interdisciplinary artist, academic & curator who draws upon her background as a doctor, scientist & artist (MA Camberwell College, University of Arts London 2004) working in the east (born in Sri Lanka) & west (lives in the UK).

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Chris Poulton

My work is concerned primarily with phenomenological experience, the appearance and disappearance of memory and the objects associated with it within a Sculptural language.

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Daniel Preece

My recent paintings use the city as a starting point to explore formal issues of geometry and colour and to express the excitement and dynamism of the city.

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Maya Ramsay

Maya Ramsay works with historically and politically important sites, employing a variety of processes to capture visual histories that would otherwise be lost or unseen.

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Simon Read

I have always regarded drawing as my way of coming to grips with an idea on the assumption that if I can generate a satisfactory graphic solution, I shall have reached a more complete understanding of its subject.

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