Hannah Luxton

Hannah Luxton makes paintings inspired by the natural sublime and the late 18th Century Romantic notion that a divine order resides within raw nature.

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Bethany Marett

My work concerns the corporeal and all the contrasting and conflicting aspects inherent; how bodies are sensual, beautiful, ugly, damaged, idealised, sexual, abject, gendered, delicate.

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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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