David Shutt

“David Shutt is an artist of passionate integrity who revels in the beauty of appearances. He sees painting as a process of identification and revelation rather than dry classification; and as a way of apprehending the world.”

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Srinivas Surti

I work with visual motifs originally associated with Romanticism and Modernism which now appear in forms of commercial display, packaging and spatial design.

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Suzan Swale

Painting is the backbone of my work. I have made installations, used video, was part of a performance group for eight years and produce photo-media works, but these in a sense refer back to and coincide with what is going on in my painting.

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David Tebbs

My recent paintings refer to the experience of traveling through urban spaces, particularly subways, staircases & escalators & the way commuters movement & interaction is defined within them.

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David Theobald

David Theobald is a video artist born in Worthing in 1965. Although originally trained as a chemical engineer, he pursued a career in finance for fifteen years, living both in New York and London.

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Michael Thorpe

I am interested in the interplay between the ‘field’ and its ‘parts’, between moment and continuity and the observer’s role in the flux of ideas, phenomena and perception.

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Philippa Tunstill

My paintings are a continuous exploration of spatial ideas through colour, surface and texture which are applied and manipulated to produce an intense interactive little drama emerging out of a field of flat colour.

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Neil Weerdmeester

Beauty in the age of digital manipulation, stills in a mediated world that conjure up a hidden narrative beyond the surface of the work. Caught between the mediums where fact mixes with fiction my work seeks to open up interpretation and questions our need for answers.

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Tisna Westerhof

While my practice is grounded in printmaking, I revel in breaking down the limitations of materials and reinventing traditional handicrafts. My highly tactile works capture a child like sense of delight with a combination of humour and melancholy.

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Anthony Whishaw RA

My early work, 1950s/60s, grew out of great admiration for C. Permeke, Picasso, Cubists and especially Goya’s Black paintings whose horizontal format continues to intrigue and challenge me.

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