Artists discovered at The Other Art Fair at Victoria House, London. Post 2 of 2

I never had enough time in the mornings before the fair opened to look around properly but enjoyed finding these artists, all previously unknown to me.

Ian Rayer-Smith’s lush abstracts seduced me with their colour and the energy of mark-making; they also come across as rich in meaning. I see myths and legends with the gods battling in epic skyscapes…Photo by Caroline BanksPhoto by Caroline Banksthis one evokes Leda and the swan for me but don’t let that stop you from a different¬† interpretation.Photo by Caroline BanksDutch artist Peter Bezuijen is also concerned with colour but in a very different way with pattern and repetition. His background in illustration and graphics is evident and I enjoy his infinite variations within quite a regimented format.¬† ¬†Photo by Caroline Banks Rajvi Dedhia Unadkat’s paintings combine both elements mentioned above: gestural mark-making and structural composition, seen in the layering and contrasts within a piece.Photo by Caroline Banks Photo by Caroline Banks