Graham Mileson

In 1991 at the Triangle International Artists Workshop in New York State I had the opportunity to use Interference Colour, this was when, this new artists medium was not available in the UK.

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Eric Moody

Over the years I have developed a focus on the material evidence of the interaction between city dwellers and their built environment.

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C. Morey de Morand

With a background of unknown forces and the mysterious chaos of the universe, the world in which we exist has rules imposed to define our society. We ourselves then impose our own boundaries, rules, moralities, guidelines by which we live: to make us safe.

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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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Ken Oliver

“Their physicality is the first and most immediately apparent of their qualities, the paint rich and dense and closely worked, the surfaces subtle and allusive in the variety of their effects, as though weathered and marked by time, bearing a secret history like old stone or wood. ”

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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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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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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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Dame Paula Rego DBE

“It was an exhibition at the beginning of the Eighties that made her conspicuous. It was comic and disturbing; a frightening sequence of paintings of delinquent monkeys, horribly human in its implications.”

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Tommy Seaward

There are several constants to Tommy Seaward’s process: his work is three-dimensional, always wall mounted and each piece is divided into three precisely spaced, vertically aligned segments.

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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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Susan Skingle

In everyday language, the weather, stars and planets appear in pictorially vivid idioms, often charged with fatalistic humour. This correlation between individual lives and natural forces is the focus of my constructions and drawings.

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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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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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Erika Winstone

My work is the result of an ongoing dialogue between video and painting; I work with time, change and a shifting sense of presence or absence. I particularly focus on relationships between people captured on film through sound, rhythms, words and movement.

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Gary Wragg

For me, painting celebrates the moment. It is a primal discovery of normality and impossibility cultivating everyday sensations that can be seen or felt.

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Other exhibitions

The group is not limited to London. We have shows all around the country and abroad. The Shoreham scultpture trail in Kent saw the group work alongside artist friends.

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