Kim Burns

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Wimbledon College of Arts Burns’s takes “a very traditional approach to oil painting”. By choosing to produce work that combines figurative painting and surrealism, she aims to create work that is “believable”. Her current work is inspired by Victorian themes, animal symbolism and the idea of witchcraft and how this is related to feminist ideas...

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Selby Hurst Inglefield

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Central Saint Martins Originating from Brighton, Hurst-Inglefield is a fine art textiles artist. She uses the technique of rug punching and rug hooking to create wall tapestries, as well as, experimenting with drawing and writing. The writings and drawings are an outlet for her to explore themes of comfort and safety, storytelling, autobiography and fantasy....

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Joe Richard Bagnall

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Chelsea College of Arts Bagnall’s practice centres on the manipulation of paint. His works are often developed in groups of three or more which are connected by themes that arise out of the process of painting. These themes include emergence and deterioration, balancing of conflicting energies, momentum and stillness within pictorial space and the transitions...

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Emilie Fitzgerald

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City & Guilds of London Art School Fitzgerald uses motifs of food and landscapes to explore themes of temptation, seduction and deception. Her work links nostalgic and kitsch food with landscape imagery, drawn from fairy tales and children’s stories. She describes her paintings as pastiches that combine archetypal images from artists like Salvador Dali and...

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