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Heath Rosselli

An established figurative painter, specialising in commissioned portraiture, Heath Rosselli applies the time-honoured techniques of Renaissance masters to produce paintings with depth and resonance of colour. The evolution of each portrait is achieved through the careful use of these classical techniques as well as the subconscious process of capturing the fundamental essence of the sitter in paint.
Heath has been painting professionally for twenty-five years, training in the studios of David Denby and Rosa Branson. During this time, Heath’s acclaimed work has been exhibited in the National Portrait Gallery, The Louvre, The Royal Society of Portrait Painters Annual Exhibition at the Mall Galleries and the New English Art Club.
Heath’s diverse and powerful work has attracted national media attention. Her compelling series of portraits painted for healing purposes have commanded international acclaim, featuring in the Times, Telegraph, Daily Mail, ITV News and Radio 2.
In 1999, Heath won the Painter-Stainers Prize at their Annual Exhibition at the Mall Galleries, in recognition of ‘Juliet’s Reflection’, part of the same series. She is an Honorary Freeman of The Worshipful Company of Painter-Stainers and a Freeman of the City of London.

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Cynthia Anatole

Cynthia has drawn for as long as she can remember, and has got real passion for the visual arts and colours. Painting was then a natural thing to undertake. Coming from Normandy in France, she counts amongst her favourite painters and draftsmen Claude Monet, Toulouse Lautrec, Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, and she is a fervent admirer of the Pre-Raphaelites and of most English painters from the Victorian era.
Cynthia's predilection is in painting portraits of women, and reflecting human feelings and emotions through human eyes.

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Dawn Kay

Based in London, Dawn’s relish for art bridges disciplines, through drawing, metal point drawing, and painting. Trained in classical oil painting techniques her subjects are broad ranging and explorative, examining in depth her unique experience of the world, and the myriad cascades of the imagination.

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Emma Dickinson

Emma completed a foundation course at Central Saint Martin’s followed by History of Art at Magdalene College Cambridge.
After an Art Direction course at the School of Communication Arts, Emma worked as an Art director for advertising agencies WCRS and JWT.
During this time she started working in Rosa Branson's studio on private portrait commissions and also landscapes sold at the Tresco Gallery, in Tresco, Isles of Scilly. Emma has now left advertising and paints full time. Her studio is in Barnes where she lives with her husband and three children.

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Tanja Hassel

Being a naturally creative person, Tanja started pursuing art seriously after moving from Germany to London in her early 20s.
It was a profound stroke of good fortune that brought her into the home of the painter, Rosa Branson MBE, in 2009. In her mentor’s studio Tanja is taught old master techniques. She is thus being given the foundation to create paintings that will last hundreds of years, just like the stunning works on display in the National Gallery.
Tanja visits the National Gallery at least once a week, to study and remind herself of the standards she must uphold. She is working towards copying paintings by Jan van Huysum and Joseph Wright of Derby in order to deepen her understanding of the methods she uses.
Currently painting for eight hours a day, Tanja focuses mainly on romantic still lives to improve her technique and gain the right experience which will eventually, enable her to paint the great visions of her imagination.
Tanja is a very positive person and her aim is to bring that positivity, joy and cheerfulness into people’s homes through her work.

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Tracy Field

Originally from London, Tracy has been living in Eastbourne, Sussex, for the last 10 years, and it is the life and landscape that surrounds her which provides the inspiration for much of her work.
Tracy has a predilection for still life painting, and enjoys compositional challenges and the attention to detail, while utilising the classical techniques taught by Rosa Branson.
Tracy gathers inspiration from the Dutch Masters, Maxfield Parrish and artists who have immersed themselves in Sussex, such as The Bloomsbury Group and Eric Ravilious.
Trained in goldsmithing, and having spent 13 years in the creation and restoration of fine jewellery, Tracy now dedicates her time to painting in oils.

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Yuliya Lennon

Trained in traditional techniques in both Russia and the UK, Yuliya’s main interest lies with portraiture.
In 2013 Yuliya completed a retrospective of European portraiture at the National Gallery, by producing copies of Van Dyck, Rembrandt and Velazquez.
Her works deals with cultural identity and values, including larger multiple figure allegorical paintings. A member of Hesketh Hubbard society, Yuliya specialises in academic drawing.

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Zuzana Sajgalikova

Zuzana is a London based artist, originally from Slovakia.
Art has always played an important part in Zuzana’s life, she has been drawing and sketching since an early age. It was not until she arrived in London and after attending a series of evening courses at Heatherley School of Art, Chelsea, where she discovered her passion for oil painting.
Her main subjects of work are people and nature, she loves creating portraits full of depth and detail. She also has an affinity to painting still life, capturing the 3D effect in her work. A keen photographer, Zuzana is also very interested in urban landscapes, macro photography capturing vibrant and interesting images of cities.
Zuzana is currently studying under Rosa Branson MBE who has inspired and helped her to further develop her artistic techniques and skills, whilst encouraging her explore her own style and talent.

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