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Seascape painter based in Teignmouth, Devon. Fine Art Graduate Plymouth University and art ambassador for the English Riviera UNESCO Global Geopark. Large surfing waves of Devon and Cornwall's coastline inspire her work. Another series explores the patterns and play of light created when the sunlight hits shallow turquoise water.
Inspired by architecture and a real passion for drawing, Max intricately depicts scenes and buildings of particular beauty in his eyes. His focus is to capture the minute details within his chosen subject, mostly using very fine pens, Max is able to pick out these very small details within his drawings to a very high degree of visual accuracy.
Wendy is an award winning landscape painter from Norfolk in the UK. The British coastline, countryside and nature inspire her work as well as the urban footprint we leave on the earth. She paints in different media including traditional egg tempera. Wendy's work is included in public and private collections including HRH Queen Elizabeth II.
Matthew's work is inspired by travels in wild and remote places. His acrylic, watercolour and mixed media work, rich in texture and blended colour, focuses on the intricate patterns and relationships in the landscape and the influence of natural processes, especially the effects of water and ice.
Nature's beautiful and ever changing landscapes are the inspiration for Tracey's paintings. The modern range of colours used, highlight in intricate detail the amazing variation of the structure and shape of trees and plants. Her unique style of artwork is created using acrylic paints and captures her enjoyment and fascination with the countryside.
The what and why I paint are an impulsive response to what I find visually stimulating in the world, mostly cities and planes. My technique involves combining abstract and observational mark making, texture and colour to give my very own 'interpretation of the familiar'.
Kushag's work incorporates new media techniques created with photography and digital manipulation and experiments with upcycled scrap materials. Beyond the quirky visual impact, the work exudes thoughtfulness as well as spontaneity, it is playful and grounded to the thought that all things eventually return to earth or turn to dust, like sands of time.