ARTISTS A-Z

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1of1 & Raph Thomas

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

SW London gallery showing work by up and coming artists, featuring colour and striking contemporary graphic imagery. Contact us on info@1of1design.co.uk for commissions – we love to source art that’s right for you. Prices from £50 – £2500.

Email – info@1of1design.co.uk

Website – http://www.1of1design.co.uk

A HEART OF GLASS

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR, Surrey & reading

Specialising in contemporary art glass, we seek out the most artistic and inspired designs from across the world and bring them to the discerning customer here in the UK.  Our unique 3-dimensional art pieces add a touch of colour, design and personality to your home.

Email – aheartofglass@btinternet.com

Website – www.aheartofglass.co.uk

All About Framing

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

If you want inspiration, education and delivery of anything to do with framing, make All About Framing your next stop. We cater for all including:

Full trade manufacturing service for artists -Courses on how to frame – DIY tools and materials – Hanging systems – Online framing.

Email – Kieran@diyframing.com

Website – http://www.allaboutframing.com

PHILLIP ALLDER

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Wildlife and nature artist with over 40 years experience. Has exhibited widely in UK and USA.

Email –  phillipallder@gmail.com

Website – www.phillipallder.co.uk

JULIE ANDERSON

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & SURREY

Colour, fun, energy –  Paintings to enhance your living space.

Email –  julieandersonart@sky.com

Website – www.julieandersonart.co.uk

tess armitage

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR, SURREY & READING

Tess works in oils using vibrant colour themes and gestural mark making to create evocative paintings. Wild and untouched landscapes provide the inspiration for her work and her aim is to reach beyond visual representation and capture the spirit of these places. 

Email –  tess@tessarmitage.net

Website – www.tessarmitage.net

The Art Agency

EXHIBITING AT SURREY

The Art Agency, an Esher based art gallery exhibiting and selling affordable, contemporary, original artwork by exceptional local talent and international artists! We aim to provide a friendly but first class service to all our customers, whether they are first time visitors or regular clients.

Email –  alison@theartagency.co.uk

Website – http://www.theartagency.co.uk 

Artbymarion

EXHIBITING AT SURREY & Reading

Marion creates bold paintings rich with colour and texture. She finds inspiration from the reactions of many layers of paint which allows the history of the painting to peep through. Her paintings work both from the distance, with bold statements and close up with lots of quiet details giving the eyes something to delight over. 

Email –  marion.hedger@artbymarion.co.uk 

Website – https://www.artbymarion.co.uk

kirsty asher

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Kirsty Asher Chapman is an artist based in London. Originally a textile designer, Kirsty now teaches art and paints in her own studio.Spending her summers in France painting and sketching outside, she is inspired by the sunlight.Using a mixed media of acrylics, inks and collage, thought provoking words are hidden within her feel good factor images which reflect her cheerful, positive personality.

Email –  kirstyac@hotmail.com

Website – www.kirstyasherchapman.com

nadia attura

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Nadia builds her art work by mixing photographed detail; from patina aged stone, rhythmic distortions on water, to the shadows drawn by trees. it is these fragments that help her tell the bigger story. She applies layers to the original image in post production using paint, printmaking and photography.Nadia studied Photojournalism at The London College of Printing she now works as a commercial and fine art photographer.

Email –  nadia@nadiaattura.com

Website – www.nadiaattura.com

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Lynn Bailey – Printmaker

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & Reading

Ecologically minded printmaker based in Devon. Inspired by bugs, hedgerows and reclaimed landfill sites. Originally trained in conservation of prints and drawings, Lynn’s foundation in traditional techniques is augmented with playfulness. A BA in Fine Art led to co-founding Double Elephant Print Workshop where she creates extraordinary artwork focused on the local environment.

Email – lynnbaileyprint@gmail.com

Website – http://lynnbailey.co.uk

carole baker rbsa

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR, Surrey & reading

Carole’s lively and dynamic paintings are bold and eye-catching and the great outdoors is vital for her inspiration as an artist.

Email – carole@carolebaker.com

Website – www.carolebaker.com

Cynthia Barlow Marrs SGFA

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

An artist, illustrator and Urban Sketcher, Cynthia was featured in the American magazine Drawing and was one of 30 artists published in the book Pen and Ink – Contemporary Artists, Timeless Techniques. In 2017 Cynthia wrote and illustrated the chapter on pen and ink in Artist’s Drawing Techniques by DK Books (Dorling Kindersley).

Email – barlomargo@btinternet.com

Website – http;// www.cbarlowmarrs.com

sara barnes

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Sara’s work is vibrant and colourful on board and canvas. She paints in acrylics and oils with a palette knife or cardboard strips, often with tissue or texture underneath. Her subjects vary from local landscapes to nudes with an abstract twist!

Email – sarabarnesart@hotmail.com

Website – http://www.sarabarnesart.com

bca Students

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

A variety of art and design work from talented students on the BTEC Level3 Extended Diploma.

Email – nlogue@bca.ac.uk

Website –

Geoff Beckett

EXHIBITING AT READING

Landscapes that play with imagination.

Email – geoff@geoffbeckett.co.uk 

Website – http://www.geoffbeckett.co.uk 

Francesca Bex

EXHIBITING AT Surrey

Inspired by the immersive experience of being in the landscape. I work with texture, colour and shape in an intuitive and gestural way. Using paint I articulate these feelings into abstract paintings which reflect the energy of the landscape or the sense of space and calm depending on the moment.

Email – francescabex@gmail.com

Website – http://www.francescabex.carbonmade.com 

David brightmore rca

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & SURREY

Sheffield Art College, University of Wales and a full-time painter since 2000, I have had solo exhibitions and shown at art fairs throughout the UK. My work reflects the energy and figurative rhythms of landscape and the urban environment.

Email – david_brightmore@btinternet.com

Website – http://www.davidbrightmore.com/

Angela Brittain SWA

EXHIBITING AT SURREY

A narrative painter who is currently interested in depicting unspoken communication. Angela’s work is graphic in style and colourful. She exhibits in London and the S.E. England and has a studio in Italy as well as the UK.

Email – angelambrittain@gmail.com

Website – http://www.angelabrittain.co.uk

Sarah Jane Brown

EXHIBITING AT SURREY

Welsh artist whose coastal environment & previous maritime career, have instilled a deep affinity with the sea. Her rich, expressive and emotive paintings combine various techniques in multiple layers. Exhibitions include numerous solo shows and inclusion in prestigious events such as ‘The Cork Street Open’ and ‘The Royal Society of Marine Artists’.

Email – artist@sjbart.com

Website – http://www.sjbart.com

Naomi Bunker

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Naomi is a sculptor who specialises in portrait sculpture and figurative pieces. She sculpts in clay before her work is cast into bronze. She is especially inspired by the natural world and human qualities in particular the relationship between mother and child.

Email – naomibunker@btinternet.com

Website – http://www.naomibunkerartist.co.uk

Maria Burke

EXHIBITING AT SURREY

Oil paint artist – landscape, sunsets and seascapes.

Email – mariaburkesart@gmail.com

Website – http://www.mariaburkeart.com

Bursnall Art

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR, surrey & reading

Paul Bursnall paints in a naive style with bold colours and heavy outlines. A member of  the British Naive Artists and Bucks Art Society. Paul has sold over 1600 originals since 2005 through galleries, art fairs and on line. 

Email – pbursnall@msn.com

Website – http://www.paulbursnall.co.uk

artwork by james buttifant

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & surrey

Charming and humorous penguin paintings! Drawing inspiration from passers-by, James holds up a ‘penguin shaped mirror’ to our lives and loves. Although a strong believer that art has the potential to stir numerous emotions within us all, James is happy his work may just bring a smile to your face.

 

Email – mail@jamesbuttifant.com

Website – http://www.jamesbuttifant.com

teresa zerafa byrne

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & surrey

My paintings are drawn from memories and abstracted such that the elements collate to form an emotional response using colour, rather than a literal interpretation. My work calls upon my own experiences and childhood memories from Malta as source material.

 

Email – teresabyrneartist@yahoo.co.uk

Website – http://www.teresabyrne.co.uk

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Salma Ahmad Caller

EXHIBITING AT REading

Salma is a hybrid of cultures and faiths. Inspired by Eastern miniatures and contemporary collage, layers of watercolour, graphite, Indian Ink, collage and gold pigment create an imaginary language of body. Her practice is informed by a Masters in art history and theory, medicine and teaching cross-cultural perspectives at Pitt Rivers Museum. 

Email – salmacaller@googlemail.com 

Website – http://www.salmaahmadcaller.com 

Sandra Callowhill Glass

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR, surrey & Reading

I love creating unusual contemporary tabletop and wallmounted glass art containing a considered use of colour, texture and pattern. Drawing inspiration from nature, landscapes and the sea, each piece of glass I design and make is unique; I also undertake commissions.

Email – sandra.callowhill@btopenworld.com

Website – www.sandracallowhill.com

Wendy carlton

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

A professional artist for over 30 years with a degree in textile design. Wendy worked in the greeting card industry for 19 years before becoming a freelance artist.Her paintings are bold and dramatic, inspired by nature with a passion for colour. Paintings to make you feel good!!

Email – wendy.carlton454@btinternet.com

Website – http://www.wendycarltonart.co.uk

Clive Carpenter Photography

EXHIBITING AT Surrey

With abstract images that are often linked to paintings, my fine art photography shares otherwise hidden and mysterious parts of our world, rich with colours and textures that defy our expectations. Self-taught and originally a commercial photographer, my art is now exhibited both locally and internationally.

Email – clive@clivecarpenter.com

Website – http://www.clivecarpenter.com

Nikki Carr

EXHIBITING AT Surrey

Originally from New Zealand, Nikki is best known for her figurative drawings and paintings of people and animals, portraiture and still life and works primarily in charcoal and oil. Many of her pieces convey a strong narrative, capturing a fleeting emotion or movement of her subjects. An exhibiting member of the Reading Guild of Artists, her work can also be found in the Artscope Gallery, Reading. 

Email – nikkicarr11@gmail.com

Website – http://www.artistsandillustrators.co.uk/nikkicarr

Carolyn carter art

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Carolyn is originally from Windsor, but has spent the last 18 years in Bath since her degree in illustration there. She has worked for two greetings card publishers as in-house artist, as well as undertaking commissions and work for exhibition. She is currently represented by Wychwood Art in Oxford and Imagination Gallery in Bath. Her work is optimistic, rich in colour and light,and inspired by the beauty of the nature around her, she also loves birds.

Email – carolynjcarter@yahoo.com

Website – http://www.carolyncarterART.com

Tom Cartmill

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Mixed media drawings exploring time, space and erosion.

Exhibitions this year include The Summer Exhibition, The Royal Academy of Arts (2nd year running); The National Open Art Prize, London; The Art Gemini Prize, London. He also won the Rabley Editioning Prize, taking him to The Royal Academy of Arts Print Fair in 2018. 

Email – tom@tomcartmill.com

Website – http://www.tomcartmill.com

Fiona Carver

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

A graduate of Edinburgh College of Art, Fiona is a painter printmaker producing linocuts and oil paintings which she paints en plein air. She is very much inspired by nature and her surroundings with the sea and coast being a constant feature of her work.

Email – hello@fionacarver.com 

Website – http://www.fionacarver.com 

Cain Caser

EXHIBITING AT Surrey

Cain Caser’s paintings are conceived as portraits, multi-layered embodiment’s of complex personality open to individual interpretation. Cain has exhibited at top London galleries and has worked on collaborative projects with partners including the John Lewis Partnership, Ride of Seattle and Reebok. He lives and works in London. 

Email – caincaser@gmail.com

Website – http://www.caincaser.com

Sima Chavda – Resin Art

Sima is a mixed media artist. Her distinctive creations combine resin, pigments and powders resulting in a sleek, stunning glass-like finish. Armed with her imagination, emotion and with the help of gravity and a blowtorch, Sima creates pieces so unique that they can never be replicated making each one even more special. Commissions undertaken.

Email – sima.patel@doctors.org.uk

Website – http://www.simachavda.com 

nicky chubb

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR, SURREY & READING

Optimistic and colourful trees, florals and nudes in mixed media.

 

Email – info@nickychubb.co.uk

Website – http://www.nickychubb.co.uk

michael claxton fine art

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Michael’s aim is to capture the essence of a distant view, capturing light interacting with the landscape. Michael likes to work from memory, giving him more freedom and expression and the ability to use bold open brush strokes alongside palette knife mark making, achieving rich textured paintings and creating more energy and emotion.

Email – michaelclaxtonartist@aol.co.uk

Website – http://www.michaelclaxtonartist.co.uk

Sue Collins Art

EXHIBITING AT SURREY

Sue is an Artist, Printmaker, Designer and Tutor working from her studio in West Sussex. She works primarily on reduction linocuts and creates images of the countryside and what is in it. Sue has been shortlisted for Artists and Illustrators Artists of the Year 2018. 

Email – suecollinsart@hotmail.com 

Website – http://www.suecollinsart.com

ColourWheel Art Class

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

ColourWheel Art Classes for adults are part-time and have been designed for beginners and improvers. Courses are a fun and friendly place to learn and make new friends. Classes are held in lovely, local venues (Windsor & Maidenhead)  that will inspire you. You’re given the right tools and skills needed to produce work in various mediums. You will be amazed at what you can achieve!

Email – rene@colourwheelartclass.co.uk

Website – http://www.colourwheelartclass.co.uk

sue colyer – contemporary watercolours

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & SURREY

Sue is a watercolour artist who paints a personal response to her surroundings, creating evocative images which allow the viewer to form their own response. Passionate about watercolour she believes its unique qualities enable her to portray the true beauty of nature where the subject is the inspiration of the resulting image. 

Email – susan.colyer@btinternet.com

Website – http://www.suecolyer.com

Tracey Jane Cooper

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Ideas for my paintings often stem from nature; the sun, wildflowers, landscapes and the sky, which I find almost magical. I paint from an image in my mind of what I would like to create, they don’t always end up as I first imagine but evolve as I’m working. I’m looking forward to exhibiting for the first time at Windsor. 

Email – traceyjanesart@gmail.com 

Website – http://www.traceyjanesart.co.uk 

robin cooper-hannan

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR, SURREY & READING

Contemporary oil paintings, both abstract and representative. Colourful abstract work continues with studies of time, movement and natural science. Compositions are journeys reflecting strengths, uncertainties and our ability to relate with ourselves and others.

Email – r.cooperhannan@btinternet.com

Website – http://www.robincooperhannan.com

Andrew Cottrell Artworks

EXHIBITING AT SURREY & READING

Artist and illustrator inspired by colour, light and texture. Working in acrylics, work influenced by NC and Andrew Wyeth as well as Anthony Green RA. Based in Westbury Wiltshire.

Email – acottrell1@sky.com

Website – http://www.andrewcottrellartworks.com

Michael John Crook Sculptures

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & Reading

Michaels passion for creating sculptures is inspired by natural line and movement – he utilises the unique qualities of both wood and stone to capture the fundamental beauty of a subject, committing himself to the individual sculpture rather than a perfect representation.

Email – mjcrooksculptures@gmail.com 

Website – http://www.mjcrooksculptures.co.uk 

Cat Croxford

EXHIBITING AT Reading

Cat is a figurative painter based in South Oxfordshire. She paints a variety of subjects, and is currently inspired by natural scenes and trees. She believes in expressive colours and descriptive brushmakers. She also teaches painting and has written for New Artist and Leisure Painter Magazines. 

Email – catcroxford@gmail.com 

Website – http://www.catcroxford.com 

andrea cryer textile fine artist

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

I draw with thread to create unique portraits and landscapes. Since completing my degree in Creative Arts where I combined Fine Art (Printmaking) with Textiles I have continued to develop my interest in textural markmaking.

Email – aocryer@btconnect.com

Website – http://www.andreacryer.co.uk

Janet Curley Cannon

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & Reading

Vibrant, detailed and textural cityscapes in mixed-media on panels, drawings on paper and original prints. “…tired buildings are transformed through a riot of excited colour and line … there is energy and buoyancy to Janet’s work that brings beauty firmly back into the frame” – Jennifer Leach, Outrider Anthems. 

Email – info@jcurleycannon.com 

Website – http://www.jcurleycannon.com

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Lesley Dabson

EXHIBITING AT Surrey

Lesley Dabson is an elected member of the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists,Chelsea Art Society and a member of the Hesketh Hubbard Life Drawing Society. She has exhibited with several major societies including the Royal Society of Marine Artists and the Royal Institute of Oil Painters.
Lesley works predominantly in oil.
“The magical atmosphere of Britain’s small coastal fishing harbours offers endless subject matter and I strive to capture these uniquely British scenes in my painting.”

Email – lesley.dabson@hotmail.com

Website – http://www.lesleydabson.co.uk

crystel dauth – devon studios

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & Surrey

Crystel works with mostly resins with mixed media. This artist is greatly influenced by the elements around her. She has been published twice in the AA art magazine this year.

Email – info@devonstudios.com

Website – http://www.devonstudios.com

Lisa Davies

EXHIBITING AT Surrey

I am an artist and illustrator living in Surrey. I gained an HND in wildlife illustration and BA in illustration. I work regularly on private commissions and have sold many of my canvases worldwide. I mostly work in acrylics and pencil and take inspiration from the everyday things in life.

Email – lisam.davies@sky.com

Website – http://www.lisadaviesillustrator.com

Lynne Davies Art

EXHIBITING AT Reading

Lynne is a self taught, award winning artist painting with a passion. Large, atmospheric paintings of wildlife, nature and figurative that always tell a story. DSWF and BBC Finalist.

Email – lynnedavies@lynnedavies.com

Website – http://www.lynnedavies.com 

Nadia Day

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & Surrey

Fresh and contemporary impressionistic landscapes depicting our Royal Parks and coasts. Nadia works on large scale canvases, opting for pallet knives and thick brushstrokes to create bold and energetic pieces.

Her work has been selected for national exhibitions including LAPADA and the Battersea Affordable Art Fair. She is represented by Sister Gallery, John Iddon Fine Art and Nadia Waterfield Fine Art.

Email – info@sketchyday.co.uk

Website – www.sketchyday.co.uk

Marion Deacon

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Marion Deacon is a contemporary artist who creates striking and colourful images. Marion finds inspiration in the natural world. She likes to focus upon a small area of the landscape or even a single element such as trees silhouetted on the horizon and her paintings capture the beauty and atmosphere she experiences.

Email – mariondeacon@btinternet.com

Website – http://www.mariondeacon.com

Desirables by Deborah

EXHIBITING AT surrey

Deborah is self-taught. Working in pen and ink, she has developed her own style of doodle art since 2015. Using patterns to represent texture and shading, she then adds high quality glass rhinestones to give her trademark sparkle. Each piece contains Deborah’s monogram hidden within the patterns.

Email – rubydoo51@icloud.com

Website – https://www.facebook.com/DesirablesbyDeborah/

Pauline Devaney

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Pauline Devaney began painting in 1999 after a long career working in Television and Theatre as an actress and writer. Lately she has been absorbed in painting simple, semi abstract images with an emphasis on skies. Skies reflected in glass or water; skies in different moods, or as abstract forms.

Email – pauline.devaney2@gmail.com

Website – http://www.paulinedevaney.com

Gini Dickinson

EXHIBITING AT SURREY

Inspired by the beauty in our surroundings, mountains, lakes, trees and the human form. Gestural marks and strong colour selections culminate in vibrant and thoughtful pieces by this young London based artist.

Email – ginid@hotmail.co.uk 

Website – http://www.ginidickinson.com 

Emma Dodd

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Emma Dodd studied at Central Saint Martin’s School of Art in London. A keen walker, rower and surfer, Emma draws inspiration from her love of nature; landscape and the sea. She has always kept sketchbooks of her travels. Emma is also an award-winning illustrator of more than 170 children’s books.

Email – emma@emmadodd.co.uk 

Website – https://www.emmadoddpaintings.com

Mike Dudfield

EXHIBITING AT SURREY

I work with both oil and acrylics. Usually I use oil when I do portraits and figures but for seascapes, landscapes and still life’s I often use both – starting with acrylics often with modelling paste to get texture and finishing with oil. I always use fine art materials for paint, canvas, varnish and brushes to ensure the best quality.

Email – michaeldudfield@hotmail.co.uk

Website – https://www.mikedudfield.co.uk 

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Katie Edwards Illustration

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Conceptual illustrations focusing on metaphors and symbolism, reflecting her enjoyment for the natural world, evoking thoughtfulness and humor. Using traditional photographic and silkscreen printing techniques, each one being a unique, hand-crafted piece of art, full of texture, individually printed, signed and numbered by the artist.

Email – info@ktedwards.co.uk

Website – www.ktedwards.co.uk

Ellerington Fine Art

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

“Horses have become a significant vehicle for channelling beauty, strength, expression and emotion. Often I visualise them as mythical ‘water horses’ or ‘human horses’ where human and animal merge to form abstract shapes. Painting in oils can’t be rushed and colours can be rich, vibrant, subtle or muted”.

Email – elleringtonfineartgallery@gmail.com

Website – http://www.elleringtonfineart.co.uk

Jo Ellis

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & Reading

I like to create semi abstract and quirky artworks of every ordinary subjects matters, experimenting with mixed media, using acrylic and Chinese ink.

Email – joellis10@gmail.com

Website – http://www.joellis.net

Michelle Elwell

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & Surrey

Michelle Elwell creates original digital artworks inspired by the ephemeral beauty of flora. Her vibrant and ethereal images capture the beauty and grace of flowers in a unique way. By digitally manipulating and enhancing her photographs these transient and fragile flowers are given a renewed permanence.

Email – mm_elwell@hotmail.com

Website – http://www.printersfingers.com

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Emily Faludy Fine Art

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & Surrey

Painting ‘en plein air’ in oils, Emily is fascinated with conveying a sense of place and atmosphere that is a natural result of painting directly from life. Currently living in London, she focuses on capturing the more rural and unexpected aspects of the urban environment.

Email – emilyfaludy@hotmail.com

Website – www.emilyfaludyfineart.co.uk

Andy Finlay

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Andy is a contemporary artist who combines abstract elements with figurative imagery in his signature textured white-on-white urban and rural landscapes. Painted using white oil paint, it is just the light falling onto the texture of the paint and the resulting highlights and shadows that create the image. this gives his paintings a unique appearance, they reflect their environment and change as the light around them changes, different areas become visible and others fade making them subtly ebb and flow, producing a longevity of interest beyond the usual.

Email – studio@andyfinlay.co.uk 

Website – http://www.andyfinlay.co.uk 

The Fountain gallery

EXHIBITING AT surrey

Run by professional artists the Fountain Gallery runs an exciting and diverse exhibition programme showing a range of high quality paintings, prints, ceramics, textiles and sculpture. New exhibitions open every two weeks with each show giving the opportunity to visitors to meet the exhibiting artists.

Email – info@fountaingallery.co.uk

Website – www.fountaingallery.co.uk

Nick Franks

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Nick Franks is a London-based photographer who specialises in peaceful landscapes and interiors. All photographs are framed, backlit transparencies.

Email – nickfranksphotography@gmail.com

Website – http://www.nickfranksphotography.com 

Barry Fry

EXHIBITING AT surrey

Born in Kent, Barry is a self-taught artist who has lived in Hampshire for over 30 years. As an artist, he not only takes his inspiration from the local and regional landscape – including the wonderful New Forest, local rivers and the Solent, but also from his travels abroad.

Email – barry.fry.studio@gmail.com

Website – http://www.barryfryartist.com

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Galaart

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Galyna Petrova represents Ukranian artist Ihor Ropyanyk, who paints palette knife landscapes and still lifes in oil and her own work of flowers and seascapes.

Email – gala.art65@gmail.com

Stephanie Gay

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

I specialise in painting on silk and love the unique lustre, arresting colours and the challenge of having to simplify my subject to its basic elements. Inspired by the natural world, I love to create works that communicate both the visual and experiential delights of my subject.

Email – steph@stephaniegay.co.uk

Email – http://www.stephaniegay.co.uk

Ritva Georgiades

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Ritva Georgiades was born and raised in North Finland and has lived in England since 1969. She attained her degree in Fine Art from Surrey Institute of Art and Design. Her work has been predominantly in the medium of collage and mixed media on paper and recently in soft pastels. She has participated in Art Fairs and many group exhibitions including Mall Galleries and Cork Street Open.

Email – ritvag@icloud.com

 

Valentina Gonzalez

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Valentina Gonzalez was born in Spain, where she studied Architecture. After moving to England she rescued her major passion: Painting. With her compositions she aims to bring nature back into our lives in the form of abstract art.

Email – valentinagonzalezsaez@gmail.com

Website – http://www.thoyd.com

 

 

Ann Goodfellow – Ceramic Sculpture

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR, SURREY & READING

Ann Goodfellow is trained as both a painter and a ceramicist and since gaining an M.A..Ceramics in 2006 has focused solely on the figure as a means of expression. She has exhibited widely and has work held in many private and public collections both in Britain and Europe.

Email – anngoodfellow@hotmail.com

Website – http://www.anngoodfellow.com

 

 

Peter Goodhall

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Highly acclaimed, impressive centerpiece oil paintings featuring water by an international award winning professional marine artist. Widely exhibited and winner of the ‘Masterpiece’ Award at the American Art Awards 2015 with the painting ‘Liberty’. “I see the sea literally everyday and will never get tired of painting it”.

Email – petergoodhall@live.com

Website – http://www.petergoodhall.co.uk

 

 

Richard Goold

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Richard’s practice explores a wide range of sources, from old masters paintings to film stills and photos that he has taken himself. He seeks to become “the filter” when applying this imagery to the painted surface and create a sense of nostalgia.

Email – richardhgoold@gmail.com

Website – http://www.richardgoold.co.uk

 

 

Grace Ellen

EXHIBITING AT SURREY

Grace Ellen’s paintings celebrate the diverse British landscape and feed directly from her own experiences. Her work features playful yet subtle use of materials, to create paintings which have lots to be explored. Her compositions often have a sense of intimacy which aims to put the viewer in her shoes.

Email – graceellenart@gmail.com

Website – http://www.graceellenart.co.uk

 

 

Claire Grahame Sculpture

EXHIBITING AT SURREY

Claire has a BA Hons in Fashion &Textiles and over time has developed skills as a figurative clay sculptor. The pieces are representational of the model and after completion, are cast in resin. This allows Claire to attach decorative papers, some of which are stitched to enhance the contours already present in the sculptures.

Email – clairegrahame0@gmail.com

 

 

Jennifer Greenland

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & SURREY

Jennifer is a contemporary oil painter based locally in the Surrey Hills. She is best known for her urban landscape paintings of London, although she is increasingly painting more rural landscapes. Her paintings are subtle, full of light and colour and seek to capture the feeling and energy of a place. Commissions of beloved places are welcome.

Email – jrgreenland@gmail.com

Website – http://www.jennifergreenland.co.uk

 

 

Keith Gretton

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

I work variously, painting, sculpting, printing. Heads in ceramic & painted are a long standing subject. In the last year I have worked on paintings inspired by child art and have begun to explore radical ceramic.

Email – keithgretton34@gmail.com

 

 

Paul Guthrie Art

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Paul Guthrie works with bright, vibrant colours and aims for a strong response to his paintings. “My hope,” he says, “is that the viewer takes something new from a painting every time they see it.”

Email – art@paulguthrieart.co.uk

Website – http://www.paulguthrieart.co.uk

 

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Diane Haddon-Moore

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & Surrey

Using a contemporary approach Diane transforms everyday subjects, scenes and landscapes into striking, vibrant and beautiful paintings. A colourist, Diane’s love of bright, dramatic contrasting hues finds vivid expression in her work encouraging the viewer to see and explore subjects in a new light as well as appreciating their beauty.

Email – diane.haddonmoore@btinternet.com

Website – www.dianehaddonmoore.co.uk

Karl hamilton-Cox

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR, SURREY & Reading

Karl Hamilton-Cox is a realist artist from Hereford. His highly detailed wildlife and figurative art is created using a wide variety of media including leather to match and complement each composition. A member of the Armed Forces Art Society he has exhibited widely with solo exhibitions in the USA and UK. Karl undertakes commissions.

Email – admin@artistkarl.com

Website – http://www.artistkarl.com

Jim Hanlon

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & SURREY

Jim Hanlon’s singular paintings are represented in collections throughout the UK and as far afield as Italy, France, Belgium, and the United States. Jim trained at Kingston University’s School of Fine Art and pursues his passion for recording the quality of light combined with a poetic approach to rhythm.

Email – hanlonmail@yahoo.co.uk

Website – http://www.jimhanlon.co.uk

Alce Harfield

EXHIBITING AT SURREY

‘Colour to lift the Soul’.

Email – art@alceharfield.com

Website – http://www.alceharfield.com

Joyce Harper Arts

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

I trained and worked as a textile designer and illustrator. For many years I taught, “Art as Therapy” to sensory impaired and adults with physical disabilities. Now, I have time to transfer my love of nature and expressionism onto canvas,using a variety of media.

Email – joyceharperarts@gmail.com

Website – http://www.joyce-harper.com

D Y Hide – The Art of Decoration

EXHIBITING AT READING

My favourite subjects are always decorative to some degree – or they become that way, once I start working on them! Every idea, though, has some kind of personal connection:- with people, places, creatures, objects, events and/or experiences that have touched me, and left a lasting impression. 

Email – dyhide@btinternet.com

Website – http://www.dyhide.co.uk 

Peter Hill Fine Art

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR, Surrey & Reading

Peter Hill’s surroundings and experiences continuously drive his creative ambition to capture nature’s dramatic forms, gentle reflections and quixotic light.

Email – info@peterhillfineart.co.uk

Website – http://www.peterhillfineart.co.uk

Paul Hird

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & Surrey

Self-taught painter in oils whose work conveys abstract complex spaces through landscapes, seascapes and cityscapes.

Email – paul.a.hird@btconnect.com

Website – http://www.paulhird.com

Polly Hobbs

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Responses to the changing skies and how this influences the landscape through light and colour using the medium of watercolour.

Email – pollyfhobbs@gmail.com

Website – http://www.pollyhobbs.com

Charlotte Hodge Thomas

EXHIBITING AT Surrey

Charlotte paints landscapes and coastal scenery of southern England and the Isle of Wight. Her vibrant acrylic paintings marry sweeping backdrops of colour with intense attention to foreground detail – to create a sense of drama, place and space. Charlotte is a member of the National Acrylic Painters’ Association (N.A.P.A.).

Email – charlottehodgethomas@yahoo.co.uk

Website – http://www.charlottehodgethomas.co.uk

Crispin Holder

EXHIBITING AT Surrey

Crispin’s work is heavily influenced by mathematics, colour theory and optical abstract forms. His paintings are meticulous and process heavy, produced to the finest detail, achieving intricate and stimulating results. All originals are hand painted in acrylic on canvas. 

Email – cholderart@yahoo.com

Website – http://www.crispinholderart.com

Andrew Horrod

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Since leaving a full time job in late 2011, Andrew has had more time to devote to drawing and painting. Direct observation is an essential starting point so he works in front of the subject as much as possible. Andrew uses watercolour, acrylic paint on canvas and chalk pastel in a loose figurative style. Familiar sights and classic themes are sometimes given a comtemporary twist. 

Winner of Windsor & Eton En Plein Air 2017.

Email – awillbeintouch@aol.com  

Website – http://www.andrewhorrod.co.uk 

Caroline Hulse and Cat Croxford

EXHIBITING AT Surrey

Caroline and Cat are mother and daughter. Both born to paint! Cat is a wonderful landscape artist and Caroline is a watercolourist and an abstract painter. 

Email – caroline@hulse.com 

Website – http://www.wallflower.co.uk    

Website – http://www.catcroxford.com 

Penny Hunt

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Incorporating elements of the landscape into the paintings, applying earth and grit to surfaces and using paint ground from locally sourced stone. I work outside, directly from my surroundings to express a sense of place, the feeling of the landscape and our own relationship to it more than simple visual representation.

Email – penelope.ann@live.com

Website – http://www.penny-hunt.co.uk

Sara Hurley

EXHIBITING AT SURREY

Sara Hurley is an artist born in Iran and based in Berkshire, UK. She has BA Painting from Tehran University and MA Art & Space from Kingston University, London. She is working with painting and drawing, using new media in a traditional way; inspired by the composition of Persian miniatures her digital drawings are depictions of interaction between art piece and its spectator where the spectator becomes the subject matter.

Email – sara@sarahurley.art

Website – http://www.sarahurley.art 

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Illuminated Pages

EXHIBITING AT Surrey

Diane is a visual artist living and working in SW Wales. She specialises in Sacred and Traditional art, inspired by early Medieval manuscripts, pre and post Christian Celtic art and Islamic art

Email – illuminatedpages@btinternet.com

Website – http://www.illuminatedpages.co.uk

Alison Ingram

EXHIBITING AT Surrey

Alison is a signature member of the Society of Animal Artists, an International society based in the USA. She exhibits regularly with the society and has had work selected for the annual Museum Tour. Alison is based in West Sussex and known for her unique, vibrant portrayal of wildlife in the natural environment. 

Email – alison@alisoningram.co.uk

Website – http://www.alisoningram.co.uk

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Natalya Jackson

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

I am a Russian artist, now living and working in Ascot, UK. In my paintings I use oil to capture beauty, humorous moments and true feelings. I paint what I truly love and a piece of my heart lives in every painting. I just release my imagination and you can see these unreal but so real cats. My inspiration is captured by the beauty of nature and I am happy to share this with you. My works can be found in private collections in the UK and Russia.

Email – natalerino1@mail.ru 

Website – http://www.natalyajackson.com 

Peta Jacobs

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Peta Jacobs’ abstract works explore the phenomena of light and matter, particularly the baffling and paradoxical nature of wave and particle behaviour at the quantum level. They playfully engage the viewer by changing colour and form depending on the viewer’s position. Her materials include: light itself, diffraction grating and mirrors.

Email – petajacobs@gmail.com

Website – www.petajacobs.com

Denise Jaques Mosaics

EXHIBITING AT SURREY

Contemporary mixed media mosaics for the home, garden and to wear.

Email – mosaics@denisejaques.co.uk

Website – http://www.mosaichappy.co.uk

Jelly

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & Reading

Jelly is an energetic charity championing the creative arts and is committed to forming creative alliances and partnerships that encourage art and cultural life to flourish.

Email – suzanne@jelly.org.uk

Website – http://www.jelly.org.uk

JoeDaisy Studio

EXHIBITING AT Reading

JoeDaisy Studio is an art studio located in MapleDurham. Painting classes in all mediums are available for weekends, days and long courses. We also have an art gallery at www.magic-easel.com.

Email – studio@joedaisy.co.uk

Website – http://www.joedaisy.co.uk

Bron Jones Art

EXHIBITING AT Reading

Inspired by the patterns, colours and textures of the Welsh countryside where she lives, Bron Jones creates bright, vibrant landscape and abstract paintings, and bespoke hand-painted lampshades that reflect her love of colour and the natural world. Bron’s work is designed to lift your heart and make you smile.

Email – bron@bronjonesart.com 

Website – http://www.bronjonesart.com 

Rebecca Joselyn

EXHIBITING AT SURREY

Rebecca explores the function of the objects she is creating. She is interested in how people interact and handle different objects. Drawing her inspiration from our lifestyles of convenience and throwaway, she looks at the items we take for granted and discard from day to day. Her tableware questions how using different materials can change our views on objects and there acceptance within society.

 

Email – rebecca@designsinsilver.co.uk

Website – http://www.designsinsilver.co.uk

Erica Just

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR, Surrey & Reading

Erica Just works as an Artist and Illustrator and exhibits her work nationally and internationally. Her water colour paintings of grasses are drawn and painted with the brush. The paintings work singularly, in pairs or triptych creating a panoramic view.

 

Email – ericajust@yahoo.co.uk

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Kessling Studio

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

A variety of work from the Kessling Studio in Oxford. The Kessling’s are a family collective of artists, designers and makers. Together they will be showing works in a selection of media such as sculpture, painting and drawing.

Email – kesslingstudio@gmail.com 

Website – http://www.katekessling.co.uk 

Sunita Khedekar Paintings

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Sunita was born and raised in India. In 1999, she moved to England. Fascinated by the beautiful landscapes of the English countryside, Sunita began painting coloured compositions in rhythm with the seasons. Her painting is a mixture of the warmth of her homeland and the charm of her adopted land.

Email – sunita@khedekars.com

Website – www.khedekars.com

Kingfisher Art

EXHIBITING AT wINDSOR

Kingfisher Art is an exciting new online art gallery set up by Rick Brownsill and Jane Wait and designed to showcase some of the wonderful, established and emerging artists who they have met over the last few years.

Email – info@kingfisherart.co.uk

Website – http://www.kingfisherart.co.uk

Frances Knight

EXHIBITING AT surrey

After graduating from Camberwell School of Art, Frances Knight won a Commonwealth and British Council Scholarship to do her M.F.A. in India. Working on location directly from nature, her paintings explore the relationship between the 2D tactile quality of the painted surface with the illusion of space and light.

Email – frances@francesknight.com

Website – http://www.francesknight.com

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Lafontaine Contemporary Arts

EXHIBITING AT Surrey

At Lafontaine Contemporary Arts (LC Arts) we are passionate about art and committed to offering great value, contemporary art in a relaxed and friendly environment. We provide professional advice and assistance at every stage of an acquisition – from the initial search for an artwork through to its framing, delivery and installation in your home.

Email – info@lc-arts.com

Website – http://www.lc-arts.com

Violet Lake

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

A former teacher, I’ve been painting acrylic canvasses for about a year and inspiration for my paintings comes from my travels and the world around me. If I had to highlight influential artistic styles, I’d say impasto, impressionism and textured, just because of the freestyle, modern, unfettered approach to art.

Email – darklady_4@hotmail.com

Website – www.etsy.com/uk/shop/ZumbaLakeArt

lauramythompson

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Laura has recently moved to Berkshire with a (tiny-but-it-counts) view of Windsor Castle from her studio! Developing her process over the last 5 years she aims to create vibrant, statement portraits; choosing to work with emulsions she explores the qualities and playfulness of paint, layering bold brush strokes with delicate and focused pen work to add structure to the form.

Email – contact@lauramythompson.com

Website – http://www.lauramythompson.com

lensbrain

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Phil has been creating images for the entirety of his life and feels that it is the reason for his existence. After a highly successful career in London, as a photographer for 20 years, Phil’s focus is now on expressing his feelings, thoughts and sensitivities using photography, digital-art and painting.

Email – mail@philcook.com

Website – http://www.lensbrain.com

Susie Lidstone

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & Surrey

The vibrant ever changing colours of nature throughout the seasons inspire Susie’s original Watercolours and Limited Edition Prints. Also on show are highly detailed Architectural paintings. Susie is also a full member of The Society of Architectural Illustration and produces work to commission.

Email – susielidstone@gmail.com

Website – http://www.susielidstone.com

Kate LLoyd Fine Art Prints

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & Surrey

Kate LLoyd is a specialist equine photographer who is passionate about horses. She creates exceptional, Limited Edition Fine Art Prints from her images of horses, mostly photographed in the wild.To create her portfolio she has travelled extensively in pursuit of various horse types, all beautiful and impressive creatures.

Email – kate@katelloydphotography.com

Website – http://www.katelloydphotography.com

London Art Gallery

EXHIBITING AT Surrey

The London Art Gallery features mixed media artwork relating to London.  There is also artwork on other subjects.  The artwork  represented relates to popular culture, and therefore can be called  Pop Art.

Email – jan@londonartgallery.uk

Website – http://www.londonartgallery.uk 

Oliver Lovely Fine Art

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

My paintings are absorbed, introspective and emotional, forming and re-forming themselves. I use a combination of observed drawing and an unconscious process of building layers of textural surfaces to function in contrast. I have a strong interest in the depiction of my own physical reality.

Email – email@oliverlovley.com

Website – http://www.oliverlovley.com

Louise Luton

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR, Surrey & Reading

I create oil paintings inspired by nature. I combine naturalism with expressive colour to create something beautiful, quirky and a joy to look at. I absolutely love to paint and I love where I live, so my work is a reflection of the world I see around me. 

My expressive animal paintings on natural linen and striking landscapes demonstrate my passion for paintingand for the countryside that surrounds my Salisbury studio.

Email – louiseluton@gmail.com

Website – http://www.louiselutonart.com

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Este MacLeod

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR, Surrey & Reading

Este Macleod is a painter and applied artist. Through her work Este reflects on the sentiments and nostalgia surrounding the on-going process of life.
Este will be running an interactive art project during the fair.

Email – este@estemacleod.com

Website – http://www.estemacleod.com

Jennie McCall Ceramics and Sculpture

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Jennie McCall is a Scottish born artist working from her studio in the beautiful Welland valley on the Leicestershire – Rutland border. Jennie creates sculptural pieces influenced by the natural world and folklore. Her current work brings together years of professional practice using primarily ceramics and some mixed media.

Email – jenniemccall@me.com

Website – www.jenniemccall.com

Angela Melkis

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR, Surrey & Reading

I am a professional artist living in Hampshire.

My paintings are an intimate reflection of how nature makes me feel, whether I’m in awe of its striking beauty or soothed by its calmness and peace. Exhibitions include Mall Gallery, London; Royal Birmingham Society of Artists and Knapp Gallery, London.

Email – hello@angelamelkis.com

Website – http://www.angelamelkis.com

Clive Meredith

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & Surrey

Clive is an Award winning, nationally published, wildlife artist working primarily in oils and mixed media.Combining extensive knowledge and empathy for his subjects he uses traditional and modern mediums alongside gold leaf and treated metal leaves to create striking contemporary wildlife imagery for the home.

Email – clivemeredith1964@btinternet.com

Website – http://www.clivemeredithart.weebly.com

Angelika Millmaker

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & Surrey

Born in Norway, Angelika Millmaker is a contemporary artist whose work is characterised by an abstract representation of organic forms. She uses a wide variety of mediums to create translucent and luminous effects in her paintings.

Email – angelika@artogen.com

Website – http://www.angelikamillmaker.com

Tanja Moderscheim

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR, Surrey & Reading

Culinary and still life oil paintings by Dutch artist Tanja Moderscheim (London). Classical, 17th-Century technique. The attention to detail and anatomy is driven by her background in science and is a nod to the interest in taxonomy during the Dutch Golden Age. Exhibitions include Mall Galleries London, BBC Food & Farming Awards.Workshop places available; commissions welcome.  

Email – artist@dutchoils.com

Website – http://www.dutchoils.com

Sue Munson

EXHIBITING AT Surrey

I am a Mixed Media Artist, my work shows an experimental and emotional response to the environment in which I am living.

My paintings although conveying simplicity, are built in layers, using acrylics, sprays, pens etc., and making very little use of brushes.  Paintings are worked on canvas, archival board or paper.

Email – samunson9@aol.com

Website – http://www.suemunson.com

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Christopher Delni Offord

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Brought up in an orphanage in St Annes and privately taught in oils 20 years ago by the renowned Stan Harrington. He brings reflection into his work and he is influenced by 19th Century tonal artists.Christopher attempts to story tell through his painting, much of which comes from his very colourful life.

Email – chrisofford@casoservices.com 

Website – http://www.casoservices.com

Lin Osborn Art

EXHIBITING AT Windsor & Surrey

I have a BA(Hons) Fine Art and an ARPS. I have exhibited nationally and internationally and have my work in collections around the world.

Email – linosbornart@gmail.com

Website – www.linosbornart.co.uk

Sergej Ovcharuk

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Hooked on COLOURS….

Email – sergej.ovcaruk@gmail.com

Website – www.sovcharuk-art.eu

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Helen Parsley

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR, Surrey & Reading

Helen Parsley trained as an illustrator at Manchester University and produced many book covers including the BBC’s Last of The Summer Wine. She now paints landscapes, cityscapes and still life and exhibits across the country.

Email – studio@helenparsley.com

Website – www.helenparsley.com

Brett Payne

EXHIBITING AT Surrey

Brett Payne’s silver ware combines the ancient technique of hot-forging with contemporary ideas of form to produce functional, beautiful pieces for the modern home.

Email – brett@brettpayne.com 

Website – http://www.brettpayne.com 

Emma Perring

EXHIBITING AT Reading

Artist with classical training working in oil paint. Has a love for plein air painting, still life painting and painting animals.

Email – emma.perring@icloud.com  

Website – http://www.emma-perring.com 

John Percy

EXHIBITING AT Reading

Born in London in 1948 and studied at Ravensbourne College of Art in Graphic Design, John has worked as an artist for many years, exhibiting since 1987 and has work in several corporate and private collections. He is currently Reading based with a studio in Open Hand Open Space.

Email – artybiker@johnpercy.co.uk 

Website – http://www.johnpercy.co.uk 

Pham Luan – Art House

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Pham Luan is one of Vietnam’s most well-known artists. Luan is self-taught; his paintings of Hanoi streets and landscapes have been exhibited internationally. He also paints European cities that he’s travelled to. His portrayal of light and shadow and his use of colours mesmerised viewers into the world on his canvases.

Email – linh.pham@phamluanarthouse.com

Website – http://www.phamluanarthouse.com

Chris Pratt Photography

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Chris Pratt, a travel and street photographer, has been capturing images – in the UK, Europe and worldwide – since the early 1980s.His wide ranging and growing catalogue now comprises over 40,000 colour and monochrome images, captured either digitally or on film.  All are available to order as signed limited edition prints.

Email – chris@chrispratt.co.uk

Website – http://www.chrispratt.co.uk

Paul Preece

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & Surrey

*Fine art photographer *40 years of experience *Based in Oxford *Limited edition original prints

*Colour and traditional black and white silver prints *From archival postcards to over-sized, mammoth works of art

Email – info@paulpreece.com

Website – http://www.saatchiart.com/paulpreece

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Qing Qi

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & Reading

Finding inspiration from traditional Chinese art, I focus on works of art that explore the complex relationship between culturally specific issues and larger developments of a modern/post-modern age. Within this context, I am trying appropriating and transforming both conventional Chinese aesthetic idioms and contemporary Western vocabularies to negotiate the cultural differences between past and present, self and other.

Email – qiqing12@hotmail.com

Website – www.qingqi.co.uk

Jo Quigley

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Surrey based artist Jo Quigley, takes her inspiration from contemporary life, creating realistic and detailed work in acrylic and other media. Jo particularly enjoys painting people, cityscapes and water.

Email – jo@quigleyarts.co.uk

Website – http://www.quigleyarts.co.uk

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Rachel_J Photography

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Exquisite, professional photography, a selection of contemporary and abstract trees and landscapes. This exhibition shows a variety of work including composite images made of separate observations placed to create one image, each created in a slightly different way to the others making every one an individual whole of many parts.

Email – rachel@markjwallace.com

Website – www.racheljwallace.com

Jasmine Rae

EXHIBITING AT Reading

Jasmine is a landscape oil painter based in Bedfordshire. The hinterlands between land, sea and sky are a source of endless fascination for painter Jasmine Rae: inviting the viewer to project their own sense of place, her abstract landscapes draw the eye to the blurring point of the horizon.

Email – jasmineraeart@outlook.com 

Website – http://www.jasminerae.co.uk 

Reem Gallery

EXHIBITING AT Surrey

Reem Gallery is an exciting platform where talented emerging artists are promoted and exhibited alongside global household names of the contemporary art world.

Email – enquiries@reemfineart.com

Website – http://www.reemfineart.com

Gilly Reeves-Hardcastle

EXHIBITING AT Windsor

I have most recently studied 17th century Northern European still life painting, creating traditional works using supports of both canvas and gesso panels. Although inspired by Dutch masters such as Willem Kalf (1619-93) who favoured sumptuous colours and complex imagery, I use a restrained colour palette coupled with austere compositions.

Email – gilly@reeveshardcastle.com

Website – http://www.gillyreeveshardcastle.com

Fraser Renton

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & Reading

Geometric, Hard Edge, Minimalist and Digital fascinates me. Using acrylics on Aluminium or Birch surfaces, my goals are to conceptualise, capture and design new and fascinating linear-geometric abstract art that delivers a capacity to create fascination, evoke deep thought and engage great emotion and distill mood for the viewers.

Email – contact@fraserrenton.com

Website – http://www.fraserrenton.com

Heidi Rhodes

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

“Pictures to make you smile”.Mixed media artist, inspired by the magic of childhood.

Email – heidi.jane@tiscali.co.uk

Website – http://www.heidirhodestextiles.com

Rob Ritchie

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & Surrey

Rob is self-taught, inspired and attracted to light and reflections. Blending of traditional old master’s techniques of oil painting with a contemporary style of colour harmony, shadow and composition, resulting in a fresh blend of both styles.Awards: Royal Miniature Society, Hilliard Society of Miniaturists, Florida Miniature Art Society.

Email – trappestudio@aol.com

Website – http://www.robritchie.co.uk

Lyn Rodden

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Lyn Rodden is an artist best known for her black and white paintings of jazz musicians and silver screen icons.

Email – lyn@lynrodden.com

Website – http://www.lynrodden.com

Rojo Lobo Studio

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Bespoke: Fine Art, Photography, Furniture, Objets D’Art and Accessories. We design. develop and source collections of the highest craftmanship from artists, makers and manufacturers, within the UK and Mexico.

Email – info@rojolobo.com

Website – http://www.rojolobo.com

Jessica Rose – Painter & Printmaker

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

I work in mediums including oil, watercolour, etching and linocut. I’m inspired by landscape, architecture and …cats! I have exhibited with the Society of Women Artists and the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists. 

Email – jessicaroseartist@gmail.com 

Website – http://www.jessicaroseartist.co.uk 

Lucy Routh

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR, Surrey & Reading

Lucy Routh is a contemporary still life painter. Amongst her favourite subjects are flowers, fruit, fish and sea life. Using a combination of ink and paint Lucy has developed a very distinctive unique style, creating images that are bold, bright and fresh with a sense of space and simplicity. 

Email – art@lucyrouth.co.uk

Website – http://www.lucyrouth.co.uk

Laurie Rudling

EXHIBITING AT  Reading

Norwich based printmaker specializing in etchings and collagraphs. Subjects include landscape, architecture and wildlife, mainly avian. 

Email – laurierudling@googlemail.com 

Website – http://www.laurierudling.co.uk 

John Ryan

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & READING

Captures an all embracing vision of the majestic Scottish landscape with a comprehensive range of vibrant oil paintings.

Email – johnryanscotland@gmail.com

Website – http://www.johnryanscotland.com

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Christine Savage

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR, Surrey & Reading

Complimentary contrasts. Christine beautifully combines metals, textures and stones creating jewellery that subtly reflects the international landscapes that inspired it.

Email – christinesavagedesign@gmail.com

Website – www.christinesavagedesign.com

Caz Scott

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & Reading

Caz Scott’s oil paintings result from extended periods spent walking and drawing along the coast, distilling the dramatic landforms and wildness of the cliffs and sea to create these contemporary images.

Email – cazscott.art@gmail.com 

Website – http://www.caz-scott.co.uk 

Sculptural Blacksmith, Julie Grose

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

I thrive on creating works of art that have an instant impact and a powerful essence. My inspiration comes from a wide range of aspects but nature is a key element. Each piece has been carried through a hand made journey from it’s beginning to it’s end and no two are identical.

Email – dandelion23@hotmail.com

Website – http://www.juliegrosemetaldesign.co.uk

Nagihan Seymour

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Nagihan Seymour is a UK based Turkish artist.She is a materials engineer by trade, but after studying traditional Tezhip Illumination in 2008 in Istanbul she fell in love with painting. As her style has developed she has started to combine sacred geometry with classic illumination, bringing old style as a new breath.

Email – nagihanseymour@gmail.com

Website – http://www.nagihanseymour.com

Alice Sheridan

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Alice creates dynamic paintings rich with texture. Her layered mixed media approach mixes an urban feel with more traditional landscapes, giving abstract paintings with a strong graphic edge. Her use of colour brings richness and depth to the work, creating sophisticated paintings you will continue to see fresh for many years.

Email – alice@alicesheridan.com

Website – http://www.alicesheridan.com

Sara Sherwood

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & SURREY

Sara Sherwood creates vibrant and expressive oil paintings. Her cityscapes are magical works of art full of colour and drama whilst the abstract paintings have a timeless ethereal beauty. She paints instinctively and spontaneously with a palette knife, brushes and her hands to create her own unique style. 

Email – ideas@sarasherwood.co.uk

Website – http://www.sarasherwood.co.uk

Fletcher Sibthorp

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Fletcher Sibthorp is a contemporary figurative artist whose work infuses technical aspects of traditional oil painting with a modern aesthetic. 

Email – info@fletchersibthorp.com 

Website – http://www.fletchersibthorp.com 

Dionne Sievewright

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Dionne is a professional artist who creates landscape and still-life paintings her love of colour and texture play an important element. Building up many layers, she develops the composition.Dionne exhibits throughout the UK.  Her work can be found in many private and public collections. Commissions undertaken.

Email – info@dionnesievewright.co.uk

Website – http://www.dionnesievewright.co.uk

Nicholas Simington

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

“Graduated from Glasgow School of Art with a Diploma of Art.My compositions are chosen for their formal qualities which create a certain mood. The paintings have a reality of their own & do not mirror nature.The spiritual intention has absolute precedence over an optically exact rendering of nature”.

Email – thesimingtongs@thesimingtons.plus.com

Website – http://www.nicholassimington.co.uk

Andy Skillen Photography

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & Reading

Andy Skillen has been a multi-award winning wildlife photographer for over 20 years and undertakes assignments for the world’s leading photographic companies and associations globally. Certain work is also available as strictly limited editions directly and through galleries overseas.

Email – andy@faunavista.com

Website – http://www.faunavista.com

Jane Skingley

EXHIBITING AT SURREY

Jane Skingley is a painter of seascapes, landscapes and still-life subjects, based in Berkshire.

She has exhibited work at the Houses of Parliament, the Royal Society of Marine Artists, the Royal College of Art and Glyndebourne opera house as well as galleries and art fairs around the world.

Email – jane@janeskingley.com 

Website – http://www.janeskingley.com

Ginny Skinner

EXHIBITING AT Surrey

Oil paintings along the themes of old British myths, folklore, magic and nature.

Email – ginnyaskinner@gmail.com

Skye

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR, Surrey & Reading

Skye is a modern realist painter specialising in simple compositions of tranquil land or seascapes. She works behind the scenes with her promotion team, Ben and Sarah, to develop the paintings and short videos. This method of working allows the finished images to stand alone and speak for themselves.

Email – skye3095@gmail.com

Website – https://www.instagram.com/skye3095

Brian Smith Artist

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

I am a professional artist focusing on ‘People & Architecture’. My interest is putting an individual twist on what appears to be an ordinary subject.  I like to create a narrative in my paintings striving to capture mood, light and atmosphere to draw the viewer in.

Email – briansmithartist@gmail.com

Website – https://www.briansmithartist.com

Simon M Smith

EXHIBITING AT Surrey & Reading

Simon M Smith creates beautiful floral paintings with dress pattern tissue and acrylic paint. His designs are delicate and detailed, giving his images a soft, sophisticated quality. Some are more abstract than others and each is unique in its colouring and composition. Across all of Simon’s work there is a consistent air of gentility.

Simon’s work has been exhibited at museums and galleries in the UK and abroad for over twenty years. 

Email – simonmsmith@yahoo.co.uk 

Website – http://www.simonmsmith.co.uk

Victoria Stewart

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & Reading

Victoria creates original abstract paintings in vibrant acrylic colours. Commissions also taken for any size of canvas artwork.

Email – art@victoriastewart.co.uk

Website – http://www.victoriastewart.co.uk

The Studio Sutton Fine Art Photography

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & Surrey

Contemporary photography and art. An online gallery currently featuring two photographic artists/designers. With an eclectic mix of subjects, specialising in handmade frames and acrylic panels.  

Email – mike@thestudiosutton.co.uk

Website – http://www.thestudiosutton.co.uk

Sudhacolours cosmos

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

2005-2017. British, professional, international, contemporary oil painter; mainly self-taught.Other strengths: astronomy; neuro-aesthetics. 1992-2010. University Senior Fine Art Lecturer, UK & Portugal: Taught more than 1,000 fine artists, art teachers.9 years experience: Art Curator/Educator, UK Art Museums. 2005-2016: 10 Painting shows in UK; Portugal; Australia.

Email – dsanam@gmail.com

Website – http://www.sudhacolours.co.uk

Shinea Swartz

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

I am 25 years old and currently live in Pretoria, South Africa. I usually paint or draw for fun, but have been fortunate enough to secure several international commissions, particularly of African faces (people and animals). I love art in all its forms but I have an interest in faces and moody skies.

Email – shinea.i.swartz@gmail.com

Dionne Swift

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

A graduate of Goldsmith College, Textile Artist: Dionne Swift draws energy from landscape to capture movement in her mark making. Sewing machine stitches respond to the vitality in the drawn marks where thread is used as a painting medium. The work is often described as ‘tactile pointillism’: thread colours visually mix on the surface of the cloth.

Email – info@dionneswift.co.uk

Web – http://www.dionneswift.co.uk

Carol Symon

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

A real artistic adventurer, Carol celebrates her artistic diversity with a limitless range of styles, colours and techniques. 2016 Winner of Frome Art Society Vera Skinner Award and 2016 Winner of The Appleyard Trophy.

Email – carol@symon.me.uk

Web – http://www.carolsymonartwork.com

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Paul Taffs

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & Surrey

Travel and working overseas for much of my life has allowed me to record a number of diverse landscapes and cultures. I have represented these images in a loose and fluid manner to allow the viewer to arrive at their own interpretation of the painting.

Email – paultaffs@hotmail.co.uk

YuehYin Taffs

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & Surrey

My work is hand built animal sculpture, they are vigorous, direct and unique in style. The unique character and their individual presence in my sculpture have their own narrative and ambiguous expression.

Email – yuehyin@hotmail.com

Web – http://www.yuehyintaffs.co.uk

Zed Zdravko Talijan

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR, Surrey & Reading

Born and raised in former Yugoslavia. “In my work, I like to look for the point where abstracts and realities meet… in that undefined space a visual freedom is created that plays between different interpretations”.

Email – zdravko@zedzedart.co.uk

Web – http://www.zedzedart.co.uk

Steve Tandy Art

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Steve was born in Bury, near Manchester in 1973. He is mainly self-taught influenced by artists such as David Shepherd, David Hockney and Salvador Dali. His more recent work captures wildlife, in particular penguins discovering the human world and experiences in a fun and colourful way.

Email – steve.tandy_art@yahoo.co.uk

Web – http://www.stevetandyart.com

Delia Tournay-Godfrey

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Delia is a figurative painter working in oils and exhibits her work in numerous galleries throughout East Anglia and the South of England. Her paintings are frequently selected for the NEAC, Discerning Eye and RA Summer Exhibitions in London. Recent successes include being awarded a Purchase Prize at the Discerning Eye and to have been selected for the Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize.

Email – tournay-godfrey@virginmedia.com

Web – http://www.deliatournay-godfrey.co.uk

Kerry Tremlett Printmaker

EXHIBITING AT Surrey

Kerry Tremlett is a Devon based printmaker specialising in lino cuts and monotype prints hand produced on a Victorian Albion printing press. With a Degree in Textile Design. Kerry combines different printmaking techniques to create prints that are detailed, stylised and fun.

Email – kerry@tremlett.eclipse.co.uk

Web – http://www.kerrytremlett.co.uk

Katie Tunn

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & SURREY

Katie studied Fine Art at Central Saint Martins in London before moving to the Isle of Skye. Inspired by the colours of the Hebridean seas, Katoe’s ‘Blue Planets’ paintings are reflections of the natural landscapes and seascapes of where she now lives and works.

Email – katie_tunn@hotmail.com

Web – http://www.facebook.com/KatieTunnFineArt

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Jenny Ulyatt

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & Surrey

Jenny is a contemporary watercolour artist taking inspiration from the British landscape and its people. Known for paintings that are full of movement, colour and energy Jenny combines sketches, photographs, memories and imagination in a way that hopefully produces a painting that is more interesting than the sum of its parts. Her work is sold in a number of Art Galleries  across the country.

Email – art@jennyulyatt.com

Website – www.jennyulyatt.com

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HANNAH VAN BERGEN

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR & Surrey

“A good painting to me has always been like a friend. It keeps me company, comforts and inspires”. Hedy Lamarr

British artist who loves colour, city lights and finding inspiration in new places. Welcomes commissions so pop along and have a chat. #deckchairartist

Email – info@hannahvanbergen.co.uk

Website – http://www.hannahvanbergen.co.uk

Mark VAN wingerden

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Mark is a self taught artist who’s work references abstract expressionism, fauvism and colourists in a purposefully naive manner. His work is gestorial and physical in nature whilst being painterly in execution. He has experimented with industrial materials and supports whilst his work now inhabits the familiar language of paint on canvas.

Email – mark.vanwingerden@ntlworld.com

Website – http://www.markvanwingerden.com

Margarita Vul

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Margarita is a mixed media artist specialising in various collage techniques. Her works contain a lot of movement effects created by manipulating paper and canvas flax. Margarita is the curator of Christmas Ornaments Fair and its museum collection. She also makes Christmas decorations in papier-mache and using spun cottoon techniques.

Email – margarita.vul@gmail.com 

Website – http://www.margaritavul.com

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Andy Walker

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR, Surrey & Reading

Born in Wotton-Under-Edge, Gloucestershire, Andy developed a strong interest in photography and graphic design. At Stroud College, fascinated by the limitless possibilities fusing colour and triangles, he originated his distinctive style. Every triangle is meticulously placed and coloured to achieve the original effects in landscapes, portraits and abstracts.

Email – andy@bearclausedesigns.com

Website – www.bearclausedesigns.com

Isobel Walker Printmaker

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

I have exhibited my etchings and embossings across Britain since graduating from Manchester in Fine Art (Printmaking), in 2003 and now work from my studio in Yorkshire Artspace in Sheffield.My large, abstract work is often described by others as delicate and contemplative. Each piece is unique and original.

Email – info@isobelwalker.co.uk

Website – www.isobelwalker.co.uk

Alan Wallis

EXHIBITING AT SURREY

Alan has been drawing and painting since childhood and working with clay for most of his adult life. In both his paintings and his sculptures he seeks to capture the character and fleeting moment of movement of the subject whether that be a seascape or a wild hare.

Email – art@alanwallisart.com 

Website – www.alanwallisceramics.com

Tom Way Photography

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Fine Art wildlife photography by award winning photographer Tom Way.

Email – t.way@hotmail.co.uk

Website – www.tomwayphotography.co.uk

Denny Webb OAS

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Denny is an intuitive, experimental artist who is well known for her luminous watercolour and mixed media paintings.

She has worked and studied in the USA, has won numerour awards and has paintings in private collections in America, Canada, New Zealand, Australia and the UK.

Email – redkites1@gmail.com 

Website – http://www.dennywebb.com

Jo West Art

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR, SURREY & Reading

Based on the South Coast of Devon, Jo produces 3D resin paintings. Jo is also the first UK artist to produce colour changing resin artwork. The practice is self-taught and Jo primarily takes her influence from her rural upbringing, exploring themes around nature. “I endeavour to bring a little bit of magic into your home”.

Email – info@jowestart.co.uk

Website – http://www.jowestart.co.uk

Paul West

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

I draw inspiration from the rugged terrain of the countryside, in particular Northumberland and Wales. Low horizons, huge skies and the mystery of woodlands and solitary trees are key features in my ‘impasto’ painting and studied charcoal landscapes.

Email – paul@form.uk.com 

Website – http://www.p-west.co.uk

Ruth Wheeler

EXHIBITING AT SURREY & Reading

Freelance artist and scuptor based in Surrey.

Email – info@ruthwheeler.co.uk

Website – http://www.ruthwheeler.co.uk 

Frances Whitman Art

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

As I paint, I sense and connect to the vibrations of life, nature and the unseen realms that exist in parallel to the world we recognise. I create art which is both meaningful and thought provoking, connecting with the imagination of the viewer and creating its own sense of place.

Email – art@franceswhitman.com

Website – http://www.franceswhitman.com

Patrick Wilkins

EXHIBITING AT surrey

I have always drawn (I worked in engineering design) but after a serious illness in 2012 I decided to put some effort into creative drawing. I draw Edward Hopper influenced realist pictures. I have won some prizes here and there and had a picture in the RA Summer Exhibition.

Email – info@patrickwilkinsartuk.com

Website – http://www.patrickwilkinsartuk.com

Jonquil Williamson

EXHIBITING AT Surrey

Jonquil is a British artist based in London. Following a Diploma in Art and Design she joined the Wimbledon Art Studios and shows her work in London and Cornwall. She works daily from her studio in southwest London.

‘My paintings, created using oil paint, are inspired initially by colours I observe in the landscape and things around me. Although my work is mostly representational, I allow the mark-making and textures created as I layer the paint, to inform the image. My focus is the sense of place, or essence of the object rather than a strict representation of it.’

Email – jonquilwilliamson@blueyonder.co.uk

Website – http://www.jonquilsart.com

Jo Willis

EXHIBITING AT Surrey & Reading

Jo is an oil painter based in West Sussex. Light, colour and texture are captured in her contemporary landscapes while her life studies, largely of people, exhibit a graphic quality, focusing on tone and composition. Jo paints whatever inspires her from woodlands to livestock markets. She has exhibited in Sussex, Kent and at the Mall Galleries, London.

Email – artfromjow@gmail.com

Website – http://www.artfromjow.com

Windsor Boys School

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Work displayed is by current A level Art and Photography students.

Email – mail@twbs.co.uk

Web  – http://twbs.co.uk 

 

Windsor Girls School

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR

Art work from talented pupils at Windsor Girls School.

Email – merre019@windsorgirls.net

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Steve Yeates

EXHIBITING AT WINDSOR, SURREY & Reading

The renaissance of figurative art has a new protagonist in artist Steve Yeates. He explodes the concept of the traditional aesthetic by his innovative use of today’s waste paper into socially aware yet sensitive explorations of the human soul.

Email – info@steveyeates.co.uk

Website – www.steveyeates.co.uk

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