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Bill Bate

SWIMMING SOULS Bill Bate: “I have always been inspired by the human figure and the effect light has upon it. I have used various ways of portraying the body such as dance, swimming and also boxing but it is the body itself that interests me rather than the activities in particular. It is the physicality […]

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T. S. Abe

UNDER A SUN Born in 89′ under the Brixton sun, T. S. Abe is progressing from early aged doodles, to firmly realized pencil works – her drawings have graced a multitude of mediums; from album covers to exhibition walls and a London bus: “I’m always looking for a new technical challenge. Take the transition from […]

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Joe Webb

A REINVENTION OF THE ORIGINAL SCENE “I started making these simple hand-made collages as a sort of luddite reaction to working as a graphic artist on computers for many years. I like the limitations of collage…using found imagery and a pair of scissors, there are no Photoshop options to resize, adjust colours or undo. My […]

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Paul Jackson

THE INNER WORKINGS OF THE CONSCIOUSNESS Paul Jackson is an illustrator/artist from Brighton, UK. Having been in a touring band for almost 10 years, he combined his love for art and music into the form of album artwork. Pauls style is of an intricate and provocative nature – focusing on love, death, space and the […]

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Tom Bagshaw

THE DARK BEAUTIES OF TOM BAGSHAW The macabre and serene motifs apparently surround the fancy of Tom Bagshaw and make his whole artistic practice perceived as dedicated to the realms of dark beauty. Namely, the artist’s occupation is focused on representation of female principle from the fantastical, mythical and occult perspective. Although Bagshaw incorporates themes […]

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Russ Mills

A PLANE OF NON-EXISTENCE Russ Mills aka Byroglyphics : “Combining a lifelong passion for mark-making and a wish to explore new territory via digital media, the work is only just beginning to scratch the surface. Reference to the human form is obvious, often placed in bleak settings figures dance or fly in impossible ways, always […]

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