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Michael studied Fine Art at Manchester Polytechnic and has exhibited since the 1980’s, also working variously as a graphic artist, computer/audio-visual technician and lecturing in art and design subjects for colleges and universities. He combines observations of urban landscape with geometry and pattern and a sensitive palette.
The human figure, especially the female form is central to my practice. I produce ceramic sculpture with a variety of scale and surface finish. This work is underpinned by drawing from the model which is sometimes also translated into painting. I permanently show my work in galleries throughout the UK and also in France.
Richard studied painting at the University for the Creative Arts Farnham from 2008 until 2012 and has since had his work exhibited widely throughout the UK. Most notably in 2014, Richard was shortlisted for the prestigious South Central art prize, which led to his paintings being featured on popular news channel, BBC South Today. In 2015 he was selected as a prize winner in the Windsor and Newton painting prize which saw which saw his work displayed at the Griffin Gallery Open.
Grace Ellen is a self-taught landscape artist, inspired by the great diversity seen in British nature and wildlife. At first glance, Grace's paintings are almost photographic, a longer look reveals a painterly quality. This is created through her intuitive use of different texture mediums, sprays and inks alongside the paint.
My speciality is figurative art which takes the form of decoupage figures and sculptures. My pieces are designed to be either wall hung or free standing. Each piece is covered in Japanese chiyogami and other decorative papers both front and back giving each figure a unique and individual style.
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 local, rural landscapes. Her paintings are full of light and colour and seek to capture the feeling and energy of a place.