SEE WHO’S EXHIBITING AT CONTEMPORARY ART FAIRS
Helen Parsley has exhibited widely across the UK and internationally. She became an established artist following a successful career in illustration, working for six publishers covering three continents, including the BBC Last of the Summer Wine. Her work is wonderfully realistic, whilst remarkably loose and free.
Ayla's favourite mediums are black pen and lino printing and she is inspired by everything we see around us. She is also a PhD researcher, studying UK honey. She combines both worlds of science and art to understand our world better and spread the love for our natural world.
Fiona studied Art at what was then known as the West Surrey College of Art and Design in Surrey. Inspired by the local countryside, she works mainly in acrylic, applying thick layers with credit cards. She regularly exhibits at The New Ashgate Gallery in Farnham.
Oils and acrylics. More recently exploring abstract landscapes with vibrant and exciting colours. Exhibitions: Denbies Vineyard, Surrey (solo show), Esher, Reading and Newbury. A fascination with colour and shape has led to the development of a series of works based on natural form. These include 'Geographica', 'Natural World', 'Life' and 'Oceans'.
Lindsey Pearson is a member of Chalk Gallery Lewes and regularly exhibits at venues across Sussex. Lindsey’s love of colour is conveyed through her expressive, flowing style using Watercolour and Earth inks. These inspire her to explore and develop vibrant paintings of Venetian scenes depicting the structure and essence of Venice. She is moving towards abstraction in her new work.
First studied at West Sussex College of Art, before completing a BA at the Central School of Art in London. In 1988 began a career in textile design and taught part-time at London's St Martin's College of Art. Later had a partnership in product design. Now paints full-time from Lewes.
Emily Penfold is a British multidisciplinary artist, recently graduated with a First Class Honours from Central Saint Martins. Emily is interested in the hybrid between fine art and performance practices. She delves into our human fragility and internal energies and aims to explore subjects that are both personal and universal.
I am a classically trained fine artist with a love of capturing life on canvas. My aim is to recreate events in oil paint as they unfold in front of me. I work on location with my travelling painting kit, across the UK and Italy. Favourite subjects for me are where people meet the landscape. Whether this is a beach holiday, a village fete, buildings nestled in the rolling hills, or just an every day street scene,
Jane is inspired by the natural beauty that surrounds us. She experiments with natural powdered pigments found throughout her travels in Africa, India and France and has created her own individual style of water-colour on canvas, looking for those spontaneous 'happy accidents'.
After 20 years as an international DJing and recording artist, Rennie switched his focus to visual art.
Evocative scenes using negative space and wit, he often focuses on the natural world re-imagined in a contemporary way. Painting, printing and mixed media. Royal Academy Summer Exhibition selected/short listed in 2013, 2014,2015 and 2018.
South African born artist, studied Graphic Design in Pretoria and later Fine Arts through the University of SA. As a designer, filmmaker and painter Frank keeps trying to find opportunities to show his world to viewers. He recently relocated to Windsor with his family while painting portraits and wildlife from his studio.
I trained and worked as a furniture and product designer, setting up my London studio as a painter in 2007. My work combines acrylic and pastels, currently focusing on land and sky scapes. I have shown at the R A Summer Exhibition and been shortlisted for the Moores painting prizes.
Anjali is a marketer by profession but an artist by choice. Born in India, she specialises in intricate ink drawings inspired by Asian folk arts. Her work has been exhibited in Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, South Korea, India and UK. She creates visual stories composed entirely of vocabulary of patterns.