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Andy’s digital artworks, inspired by his own photographs, range in style from impressionistic to photo realistic, consisting of intricate mosaics of individually hand drawn triangles using a stylus and tablet; each one painstakingly placed, shaped and meticulously coloured. They are only available as strictly Limited Edition giclee prints on archival quality paper.
Joel is a practising artist and teacher based in Berkshire. His practice is focused on body language and the interaction of people within urban environments. Paintings are made from sketches and photographs taken on location and created out of a desire to translate an atmosphere within the painted image. Paint is used as a way to get closer to an actual experience of a place, a vehicle for transferring emotions that a photograph might not give you.
Taking inspiration from landscapes and nature - from close to her home in Surrey to the Devon and Cornwall coast and beyond - Catherine enjoys trying to capture something of the atmosphere and moment, in mainly abstract form, exploring colour, light and composition with bold gestural mark making. Catherine has been voted Surrey Artist of the Year 2018.
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”.
An independent gallery based in Godalming, Surrey that features an eclectic mix of modern, contemporary art and sculpture. Established in 2010 by Clare Richards and Julie Pugh Jones who have over 40 years experience in art galleries and publishing. Delighted to be a member of Own Art scheme where payments up to £25,000 can be spread over 10 months at 0% interest.
Natural Art on Wood – Ruth has been developing this collection for about 20 years, using local sustainable Surrey Wood. She combines wood carving, paint, pyrography and the natural wood itself to inspire her work, normally depicting special places she has visited – coasts, woodlands and meadows feature heavily as well as patterns from nature. Ruth runs workshops and retreats.
Currently Hampshire based, Kim is an observational artist and teacher, fascinated by drawing and painting 'en plein air'. She made the final of Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year despite entering as a wildcard, is a winner of Pintar Rapido and teaches at The Art Academy in London.
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.
My work is a contemporary reworking of traditional sculptural art, which includes the human figure, horses and skulls. Within this there are themed series inspired by life experiences, social and cultural trends or a single painting that has triggered my imagination.
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.
Chelsea Lee is an Emotional Self-Portrait artist, pushing the boundaries of abstract art focusing on emotion and the ability to cope with mental health through her own form of diary keeping. Her works are influenced through the notion of play as she uses her hands and palette knives to paint.
Lynne is a professional painter of 30 years. She studied Painting in Sheffield and has lived in North Yorkshire and the US. Her work is about a sense of place. Lynne has embarked on a long term project touring the British Coastline, studying the beach structures she encounters. She has also worked in NY exploring the waterfront area of Brooklyn. She has exhibited widely in the UK and is represented in New York.
Working in watercolour, Jessie presents realistic subjects from unusual viewpoints and relocates objects into lonely settings. Jessie explores the mix of history and modernity by creating images of derelict buildings covered with graffiti. Jessie sees beauty and intensity in abandoned places and objects; crumbling buildings and neglected, once loved boats.