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As a British-born artist living in Gloucestershire, I'm surrounded by some of the most natural and inspiring surroundings in the UK, well-placed to benefit from a huge variety of light, texture, and drama – perfect for what I do. I usually begin by sensing the subject, sometimes using a photo or a sketch to extract weather, light, horizons and shapes to commit the scene to canvas with a variety of media and paint
Alan was born in London but brought up and educated in Guildford. He attended Guildford School of Art in the 1960's where he studied Fine Art and ceramics and won the Thames and Hudson prize for painting. He works alone producing sculptures in high fired stoneware.
Since graduating from Camberwell School of Art, London, in the 1980's Alex has been practising as a professional artist.
He paints from life and is inspired by nature and natural events. The subject of all his work is light, colour relationships and the balance between realism and abstraction to portray what he's painting in the truest way possible from his perspective.
Alex creates paintings rich in colour and texture. His work is all about capturing moments when elements in nature combine and conspire to turn the mundane into the majestic. Through committing these moments to canvas, Alex looks to return the viewer to life with greater emotion.
Kerry is a wildlife artist with a twist. Married to a South African, she has spent a lot of time in Southern Africa and the colours of the place and people in that part of the world have influenced her style. Her animal portraits are vibrant and full of energy and bring a sense of happiness and joy.
My current series of works is inspired by the tropical fish we keep, my love of colour, inks, of printmaking and sometimes mixing them all up together. The methods I employ to produce these many layered works is as fluid and interesting as the fish we look after.
Alison's gestural paintings, inspired by sea, land and sky, have a fearless confidence in their gutsy application of paint, layered brushstrokes and expressive marks. Her encaustic wax abstracts, provide a sophisticated statement, with translucent, tactile colour. A respected and established artist, who has exhibited in prominent UK and international galleries.
Hampshire-based artist Amanda distils the essence of place into impressionistic oil paintings and exquisitely detailed ink drawings, reminiscent of fairy tale illustrations. Trees, hills and moving water all feature in an iidiosyncratic celebration of the English countryside and coast.
Colourful and vibrant, Amanda's watercolour and oil paintings examine beauty throughout the natural world. Developing her style while studying for an art degree, her talent led to a career in illustration within the publishing and advertising industries.Amanda is available for private commissions including portraits, floral designs and everything in-between.
Andrew Hird is a contemporary landscape painter, working both on location and in the studio. He paints to share his personal world and hopefully transmit some of the pleasure he finds in recording it. He has won various awards and his work is held in both private and public collections.
Based in the Cotswolds, Andy's portfolio comprises landscapes that initially appear pictorial from a distance but, upon closer inspection, reveal thousands of coloured triangles. Fascinated by colour, geometric shapes and tonal effects Andy's unique style is based on his own photography.
Every work is individually HAND-DRAWN using a tablet and stylus.
A professional full-time artist, making art is my passion.
It is 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 Affordable Art Fair, London.
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.
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.
Carolyn has decades of experience in creative and artistic fields - the theatre, modelling, dress design as well as image consulting and colour analysis. Now, inspired by her love for flowers and nature she paints in a modern innovative style using acrylics and marble plaster to create deeply textured 3-dimensional artworks.
Carol Burns is a professional artist and illustrator who has been working out of her Wiltshire studio since 2009. Her work has been featured in magazines across the globe, she has illustrated numerous books (including a graphic novel) and her paintings have been exhibited extensively including solo shows in both London and Bangkok.
Lizzie Perkins is a printmaker who draws inspiration from wildlife in the environment. Her design originals are all achieved through hand-cut paper stencils – one for each colour laid down via the mesh of a screen in a process repeated until all colours are in place. Each design is limited to a very small edition.
Liu Yilin is a Master Artist whose paintings have been compared with Picasso. He ranks among the most versatile and productive artists alive today. Kou Zonge is a blue chip Artist renowned for his brilliant watercolour paintings. He is a household name in China and his earlier paintings have been sold to renowned collectors. This exhibition is the first ever showing of both these artists works in the UK.
Marion has a bold, colourful abstract style arrived at by a process using both intentional and spontaneous mark making with bold shapes and colours, producing intriguing abstracts when viewed from afar, but with surprising areas of eye entertainment on closer inspection.
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.
As a self taught artist focusing on creating work with fine detail, mainly using ink, to depict the complex beauty of life, Inspired by nature on all levels from microscopic images in colourful Abstracts, powerful wildlife studies, the beauty and strength of the human face to wild Landscapes.
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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.
Barry takes his inspiration from his travels both home and abroad. Painting mainly with acrylics and oils using pallet knives he is especially interested in exploring the use of colour, tone and contrasting light. In this respect, some observers have described his work as reflecting a distinctive style of contemporary realism and is becoming increasingly popular. .
With particular emphasis on art and design, Barry has worked within the world of design for more than 20 years. He exhibited his own art at The Laden Showroom in London’s Brick Lane for 17 years and his pieces are now in a wide number of private and public collections including Watford Town’s collection; Frieder Burda Museum (Baden-Baden, Germany) and Catalan Television collection (Barcelona, Spain). In 2019 he has exhibited at Aberdeen Art Fair, Parallax Art Fair (Kensington, London) and the New Artist Fair (Shoreditch, London).
He is a Freeman of the City of London and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. He was made MBE in 2011 by Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace and was awarded Honorary Doctorate of Design by Southampton Solent University in 2014.
Becky is an award-winning artist. Becky has developed her own immediate response to a technique deveoped by the abstract artist Jackson Pollock, whilst studying his process at University. His unique style "has inspired me to produce a fluid, energetic, representational reaction to his work". Working mainly in acrylic paint, ink or emulsion paint; Becky works directly from the tube or paint pot.
Watercolour offers the opportunity to explore and capture light and atmosphere. I strive to find a narrative within an ordinary subject to draw the viewer in. My practice has increased with awards from Bankside and The Mall Galleries in London along with RWA Bristol in recent years.
A passionate and vibrant modern vision of British landscape art, Francis' oil paintings bring to life the natural beauty of our best-loved landmarks. Cloud formations, seasons, radiant illumination and colours take us on a journey around the British Isles, capturing momentary sunbeams of light and refracted layers of detail.
Focusing on organic matter and natural landscapes Imogen builds layers of watered down and washed away textures to create perspective and emotion to her works. She draws on her experience as an interior designer to curate composition and specify colour. These works although abstract create a sense of feeling and emotion.
Inspired by the patterns, colours and textures of the Welsh countryside where she lives, Bron creates bright, vibrant abstract landscape paintings that reflect her love of colour and the natural world. Bron's work is designed to lighten your heart and make you smile.
Original, unique oil and resin paintings of wildlife/farm animals/horses. Their humour, trust, vulnerability and friendship is an absolute delight and I'm privileged to convey this through commissions and for galleries/ Art Fairs. Featured in 'Best House in Town' BBC One. Originals/giclee prints exhibited worldwide; offices, restaurants, cruise ships. Works licensed.
A vision of uncompromising colour and beautiful landscapes, the scenes that Carole captures simply shimmer, awash with feeling. She works in acrylics, watercolour and mixed media to produce evocative works of art on canvas and paper and hopes that her work offers something new and exciting to the viewer.
I am an artist and sculptor painting landscape and animal studies in oil and sculpting animal figures to cast in bronze. I trained for three years in Italy and have completed many and varied commissions. My work is in collections in the UK and abroad.
Caroline draws on her past experience as a textile designer searching for incidental patterns and using a limited colour palette to simplify and stylise images. Her paintings have been selected for the Royal Watercolour Society’s Contemporary Competition, exhibiting at Bankside Gallery London 2017 and 2018 and 2019. Shortlisted for Wells Contemporary Art Awards 2019.
Caroline Hall is a recognised British artist specialising in abstract paintings. Her work on aluminium and board explores landscape as diverse as the Sussex Downs, Yosemite in California and St Ives in Cornwall. Recognisable for their use of colour and gesture, Caroline's paintings are in public and private collections throughout the UK and abroad. Recent exhibitions include the Mall Galleries in London, the RBS in Birmingham and a major solo show at Southampton City Art Gallery.
Award-winning equine fine art photographer, Carys Jones specialises in creating simple but powerful images of horses in their native environments. Her limited edition images emphasise natural horse behaviours and she prefers to work in black and white and soft, delicate colour palettes.
Daniel describes himself as an eclective expressive experimental no rules abstract artist who is not held to any particular style. He likes the use of bright colours, but is not afraid of the "dark". His work is sought after more and more and can be found in collections around the UK and in Europe and Australia.
Based in West Berkshire, Cat finds her inspiration from the Berkshire Downs and from her travels to European forests and gardens. Cat paints the changing light of the seasons, attracted to strong contrasts, rich colours and natural patterns. Her intent is that every painting is the beginning of a story, a pathway or window that leads to something hidden in our imagination or memories.
I am a realist oil painter concentrating on portraiture and wildlife. I have been creating artworks that feature well known figures, but currently have undertaken some larger scale animal portraits and section studies of the human body and face. Working in oils on canvas, linen and hand pressed paper to create realistic pieces that evoke the nature and spirit of the subject I am depicting.
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.
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.
Ceramic Art Whitway is a working studio and established gallery south of Newbury. Teresa Munn works with poetry in clay scripted forms. Moya Tosh's bark sculptures reflect nature's distortions and imperfections. Sally Courage's large coiled pots take on abstracted natural forms. The artists host weekly Open Studios.
My name is Victoria Meering, I was born in Hong Kong in 1965 to a very artistic Scottish-Welsh family. As a child I travelled to amazing locations before settling in Britain. I primarily use acrylics developing a loose, free, fluid style that I have adapted into my pouring artworks.
Charlotte creates unique and optimistic imagery of animals. She is an avid environmentalist and her work strives to portray the worthiness of animals in our society. Her paintings of Indian cows (her favoured subjects) alongside ducks and hares are brought to life through her magnified use of colour and ethnic gold embellishment.
Cherrie uses acrylics and mixed media to create bold, expressive artwork that catches the eye and fires the imagination. She says "Colour excites me, grabs my attention and fuels my creativity." Close examination of Cherrie's work reveals mesmerising contours of colour, intriguing marks and undulating textures.
I was born and bred in Sussex and have been painting for many years. I work mainly in acrylics and enjoy portaiture, seascapes and landscapes. Sunshine, Light, Water and Laughter are my influences. I have recently ventured into the world of character seagulls, who seem to have captured a lot of attention! Showing my work through fairs gives me a new wave of energy from the public's interest.
Working from his studio in Sanderstead, Chris Hensher uses oils, watercolour and various printmaking and drawing techniques to depict people, portraits and landscapes. His work has been shown in national exhibitions by the Royal Watercolour Society and the University of Cambridge.
Christine is classically trained having studied at Camberwell School of Arts, London, and graduated in the 80's. Since, Christine has developed an impressive CV having worked for: Disney, Lucas Film and Beatrix Potter. As a figurative sculptor she works predominantly in clay, but also directly into plaster and wax. Christine casts her own work into bronze resin, iron resin and stone.
My Art is oriented toward positivity, pleasure, aesthetic sense, glamour, exuberance and an overall faith in society. My work is an amalgam of many styles - the luxury of Art Deco against the brilliance of metal leaf; the exoticism of China, or the bright colours of Fauvism!
Christine selects unusual cuts and colours of precious and semi-precious stones, combined with silver and various colours of gold, she builds layers of texture and colour. Her stylised jewellery designs beautifully and comfortably remind one of their inspirations, from magnificent landscapes to the fascinating shapes and textures of insects.
Since 2015 our community art hub at 10 Hampton Road has provided visual arts courses, workshops, exhibitions and community events for all ages. We aim to renovate our Wesleyan Chapel to be open all seasons. Our vision encompasses and exhibition gallery/cafe and workshop space that welcomes all to share experiences through the visual arts.
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.
After an early career as an illustrator, Claire now devotes her time to painting anything that inspires her, including the coast and countryside of Britain. Created in acrylic paint for its versatility and mixed media for its textural qualities, Claire’s work is exhibited in several galleries and is published worldwide.
I am a contemporary water-colourist that combines fluid and precise brush line work with clear flat washes of colour. My preconceived designs based on my own experience of the natural world simply cover a plane surface forming coherent patterns of colours and abstraction.
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!
Corinne Natel is a contemporary artist, specialising in abstract paintings. Corinne aims to create vibrant and emotive works that allude to another world. Corinne has sold works in the UK and internationally, exhibited at contemporary galleries, as well as at renowned London Hotels and leading Art Fairs.
Crispin's interest lies in the definition of form and application of colour theory to create intriguing and challenging compositions. His thought process is inspired by everyday visual experiences, a sense of place and time and the idiosyncratic nature of human observation. All of his work is painted by hand.
Producing beautiful artworks inspired by the world around him, Cy Baker has a unique style, working in biro on linen canvas. He hs exhibited and sold around the world winning a number of awards including the earth's wild beauty award at the 2019 Wildlife Artist of the Year exhibition.
Colombian by birth, Dairo Vargas is a contemporary fine artist who specialises in landscapes. His paintings are inspired by places in the UK that hold a particular resonance - Sussex's South Downs, The Black Mountains in Wales, the Yorkshire Dales and the British coast.
Yorkshire based sculptor David Cooke has always been inspired by the shapes and patterns within the natural world and sculpted predominantly in ceramic. David has recently learnt how to cast his pieces in bronze and this change in medium has allowed him to attempt a wide range of new compositions.
Oxfordshire sculptor, Dawn merges memory, wonder and joy. Each sculpture has their own narrative and emotional connection, that touch the free spirit in us, most often through memories of childhood.
Dawns work is essentially figurative and rooted in human connections, that aim to evoke the moment - the energy, the glee, our curiosity, the tenderness in our hearts.
Oil painter of land and seascapes capturing a fleeting moment never to be repeated. The paintings are not about a place, but concentrate on light, peace and freedom. Dawn's work has been featured in many articles including Sunday Times Style, Elle Decoration, Vogue, House and Garden and English Home.
Demi creates sculptural works on paper which explore satellite imagery through the act of drawing and mark-making. Through a labour-intensive and repetitive action of simply using a single needle, she pushes and tests the materiality and delicacy of the surface. Demi studied Fine Art at Newcastle University and is now based in Nottingham where she continues to create work at her studio at Backlit Gallery.
Self-taught, Deborah Waters works in pen and ink. She developed a style of intricate patterning representing texture and shading. High quality rhinestones are added to create her trademark sparkle. Although her work does not photograph well, Deborah keeps a Facebook and Instagram portfolio in the name of Desirables by Deborah.
Diana Jane creates photographic images that have an ethereal quality and are akin to a watercolour painting. Diana Jane tries to capture the essence of time and memory within her work. The subject of memory is complex and ever changing, layer after layer memories are made, lost and altered, stories are created and invention becomes reality. The final images represent a blurring of boundaries between reality and fiction. Everything is real but all is imaginary. Diana Jane has a BA Hons in Photography and an MA in Fine Art.
As a colourist I paint original paintings filled with vibrant colours creating:-
- Stunning dramatic cityscapes full of energy and life
- Exciting land and seascapes inspired by places loved and visited
- Vibrant botanicals providing bursts of colour on even the dullest day
- Amazing abstracts to entertain and surprise.
Donna paints intuitively in an expressionist style using a variety of art media from acrylic, oil bars, pastel, ink and elements of collage. Colour and light are her muse. She creates work depicting abstractions of places and experiences that she carries deep within her psyche. Donna translates her experience of these places into her paintings layering colour and materials until the finished piece announces its arrival.
After training at Wimbledon School of Art, Dorothy Stapleton established an international reputation as a textile artist. More recently, she has concentrated on paperbased media and her work on display will include collages, linocuts, wood engravings and paper-marbling pieces, all demonstrating her highly individual and sometimes quirky approach.
Raskovsky's creative genius, an outstanding innovation to photographic art. A refined vision transforming photography into post-impressionistic masterpieces. Creates movement that vibrates all the nuances of a wild and rampant nature. Rich imaginative ability to relieve viewers from accepted norms of photographic art and as a consequence, he opens our minds.
Award winning photography from Dr Edward A Hyde ARPS. Commendations in the Landscape Photographer of the Year for 2 years in a row, The Internationals Landscape Photographer of the Year, the Siena International Photography Awards, The Royal Meteorological Society Weather Photographer of the Year and widely published. Judge with the Surrey Photographic Association.
Intuitive abstract artist: inspired by nature, countryside or sea and by life experiences and journeys. Elaine paints emotionally expressive, colourful abstracts and occasional seascapes principally in acrylics and oils, designed to lift the spirits or for reflection on the deeper things of life.
Elaine is a contemporary impressionist-style landscape artist with a passion for the sea and strong use of colour. Her role as a Stunt Coordinator/Performer in Film and Television is reflected in her paintings which are an amalgamation of drama, imagination and memory. The constant switch from fantasy to reality in her works aim to evoke emotion.
Elena Peresvetova is an artist who incorporates in her art her passion for impressionistic painting and contemporary conceptual thinking, exploring the ideas of traditionalism in the contemporary art world. Her vivid still lifes seem to jump to life through nothing but simple oils. Find her on Instagram @Elena.Peresvetova.Fine.Art and discover more on www.peresvetova.com.
Elizabeth's work is inspired by the natural world and by traditional Chinese brush painting, which she studied in Singapore and London. 'I love persuading rice paper to absorb just enough water, ink and colour to create the impression of a leaf, a bird's wing, a cloud or a cliff face'. Elizabeth's work has been exhibited at the Mall Galleries, the Gallery of Nymans and the Landmark Art Fairs and her work is in collections in the UK and overseas.
Working conceptually, Elizabeth explores the relationship between musical notation and drawing - a practice Elizabeth often refers to as 'drawing music'. It is the crossover and interpretation of one form into the other that gives rise to modern and colourful art work.
Ellie Contreras has a degree in graphic design and illustration and worked in the creative industry for several years while developing her painting skills before becoming a professional artist. She paints in an energetic expressive style blending realism with abstraction. she specialises in figurative paintings in oil often incorporating metallic leaf.
Having spent a glorious week in Venice, learning from our mentor, our merry band found that it was so much nicer working as a group with common purpose rather than alone and so The Embankment Cafe Society was born. We are delighted to show you the fruits of our labours.
Emily Faludy is a landscape painter in oils, making work primarily 'plein air' ('from life') as this allows her to transfer something of the energy and immediacy of responding directly to the subject. Her work is full of light and life, mirroring the ever-changing conditions of working outdoors.
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.
Emma paints intuitively, letting the paint and its processes guide. Often inspired by the sea, capturing its wild ways, calm points and stunning beauty in her abstract paintings. She hopes they'll draw you in, turn you about and have you emerging with salty hair and longing for the sea.
Colour, abstract and high gloss are my passion. A self taught artist looking to experiment with new mediums and ideas. Always pushing for new concepts to be different and a focus point of conversation. Contemporary, modern and individual is my aim.
Emma Tweedie is an emerging artist with a London based studio. She records plein air paintings and then develops these further in both literal and abstracted forms embracing an extensive range of materials and techniques including mixed media, paper, canvases and abstracted printmaking. She derives inspiration and a cultural colour palette from her Northern Irish birthplace.
Erica Just works as an artist and illustrator and exhibits her work nationally and internationally. Her water colour paintings are painted directly from life. Inspired by hedgerows, wastelands and meadows. The paintings work singularly, in pairs or as a triptych creating a panoramic view.
Erica works in polymer clay and acrylics to create figurative, three-dimensional scenes. Inspirations are firmly rooted in the simple pleasures of everyday life - the joy is in creating a painting that celebrates the familiar in a new and exciting way.
Faye spends her days looking at the sky and out to sea. Her paintings capture fleeting moments of light, playful movement and thrilling feelings. A contemporary landscape artist, her work is influenced by the coastline, with its tall, white, bold cliffs and graceful, elegant rolling hills; together inspiring joyful abstract compositions.
Painter printmaker Fiona Carver creates original artworks of coast and landscape. She paints mainly 'en plein air', enjoying the immediacy of the technique, a contrast to the careful planning involved in her linocuts. Impressionistic in feel, her work is a response to the atmosphere and feeling of a moment.
Fiona studied Art at what was then known as the West Surrey College of Art and Design in Farnham. Painting mainly in acrylic, applying thick layers with credit cards and occasionally a brush. Fiona's goal is to make her paintings come alive, using colours that bring her energy on to the canvas.
Frances' work has integrity and a subliminal message behind them. She paints prolifically and in a series based on the response to emotion. Her intention is to convey the encompassing feeling inside your inner core, where the artist connects to another human being.
Frances studied at Central St Martins London and obtained a BA Hons Degree in Fine Art. She has a love of the natural world and finds inspiration for her work from the forces of nature. As an artist, using nature as her vehicle, she seeks to connect with her audience evoking memory and emotion. For Frances, nature in its full glory expresses so many emotions
As designer, filmmaker and painter Frank keeps trying to find opportunities to tell stories through his art. Frank's purpose is to take a snapshot - through images and sound - that explains what it is like to be alive at this time and in this place ...
Geometric, Hard Edge, Minimalist and 3D fascinates me. Using acrylics on Aluminium or Birch surfaces and Alu-Mesh sculptured over fabrics, 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.
Georgia Hart is a British Canadian palette knife painter working in oil and acrylic, creating semi abstract landscapes with depth and texture. The deliberate ambiguity and abstract element in Hart's work encourage the viewer to form their own unique connection with it based on their own experiences of particular places.
Gill's passion lies with painting and drawing. She adores working outside 'en plein air' capturing the atmosphere and quality of light on location. Gill brings her inspiration together from her Surrey based studio. She cleverly crafts materials found on location into her canvases giving her paintings a more personal connection to the subject matter.
Gin Durham’s quirky and imaginative ceramics are inspired by storytelling and a life-long fascination with the representation of animals in culture. She draws on imagery which has been shaped by treasured tales and translates them into beautifully crafted work, rich in character and detail.
Surrey based, Irish artist, GrainneRoche paints a variety of subject matter, from bustling street scenes, to childhood memories of days at the beach. Her work reflects her interest in landscape, using dynamic line and colour. She produces paintings that synthesise the many elements of a place. Her work is energetic, yet retains detail and clarity, using layering techniques to heavily build up a level of complexity of surface. Grainne's paintings are raw and atmospheric, she looks at things without the necessity of making sense of them and tries to paint through the subject, as to what it was that drew and attached her to it. Heavily layered acrylics produce deeply textured surfaces of broken colour. The texture looks weathered, fraught and worn, the effect dream-like and nostalgic.
Greg is a modern figurative painter creating atmospheric scenes that are visually and technically striking whilst holding a deeper narrative. His work is highly collectable with accolades including Saatchi's 'One to Watch, Finalist on both Sky Arts Portrait and Landscape Artist of the Year TV shows and UK Cass Art Painting Ambassador.
Hannah Bruce is an award winning Artist who studied at Cambridge University. She lives and works as a professional Artist in Surrey. Her Art has been sold all over the world and she does commissions in a variety of scales. She has opened a new pop up gallery in Woking and continues to make work from there in oil, ink and resin. Exploring the boundaries of collaborating those materials for visual art.
Hannah creates lively bold cityscapes and contemporary deckchair/ski scenes on canvas.
“People have described my work as “happy art” and I like that, I think if you’re going to invest in a painting and hang it on your wall it should make you feel good”.
She welcomes commissions so pop along and have a chat. #deckchairartist
Heather is influenced by light and how it changes our perception of the world around us and the colours we experience. The changing seasons, nature and sunsets all provide inspiration for her art. She also demonstrates her process to art societies and teaches impressionism and abstract painting in various locations across the UK.
Internationally acknowledged artist Helen Elliott's career spans three decades. Her paintings take colour, line, design and distill minimalise and refine these elements; blending complex texture with infinite subtle shifts of light. Helen has studios and galleries in West Wales and East Yorkshire. Commissions welcomed.
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.
Burry Port artist Diane George, has been honing her skills in manuscript illumination since completing her MA in Sacred and Traditional Art (2004). Best known for intricate, detailed, gilded paintings inspired by traditional Celtic, Islamic and Asian arts, her work is uplifting, inspiring feelings of peace and calm.
Isabel is an abstract contemporary artist working with acrylics.. She uses a variety of techniques to create vibrant landscapes and vivid floral interpretations. Her unique approach to the surface of the canvas, produces truly uplifting artworks. She was recently commissioned by Cambridge University to produce an exclusive series of nine, large scale paintings. These are now on display in Cambridge at the Milner Therapeutics Institute.
John's current work shows a blend of two styles, a contemporary take on the classical. Traditional materials and techniques punctuated with exciting modern flair, influenced by rural surroundings his recent paintings reflect an emotional state as much as pictorial accuracy, atmospheric and emotional are two words that are synonymous with John's paintings.
J Suyi's creations stem from her emotions, instincts, culture, environment and a quest to explore deeper philosphical questions about humanity and existence. She intuitively improvises with mixed materials, bright colours and metallic pigments, creating textured audacious abstracts, ranging from small to large scale works using expressive strokes and different markings.
Jasmine's work reflects a deep understanding for the essence of her subjects. There is a palpable warmth and compassion for them and her blend of intense observation combined with a vivid vision create paintings suffused with life and movement. Jasmine works with Fine Art Galleries, Children's Book Publishers and on private commissions.
Jayne Leighton Herd is a professional artist and designer based in Berkshire. She paints stunning, colourful abstract, landscape and seascape art. Working on a variety of supports, including plexiglass, metal and canvas, she creates contemporary, statement pieces. Jayne welcomes commissions for bespoke art for both residential and commercial projects.
Jenny is a contemporary watercolour artist. She is inspired by the British landscape, especially the North East, Yorkshire and the Isles of Scilly. Her paintings are full of movement, colour and energy, making the most of watercolours translucent pigments and fluid nature. Commissions welcome.
Currently working in watercolour, Jessie explores the mix of history and modernity, human communication and urban life by creating city scenes that include figures, buildings and graffiti. Jessie was shortlisted for The Sunday Times Watercolour competition 2019.
Jo is a Hong Kong born Chinese artist who has travelled and lived around the world. She likes mixing both eastern and western techniques and styles to create unusual interpretations of rural and urban landscapes and townscapes. Jo works mainly with mixed media on canvas and paper.
Painter in oil and watercolour, concentrating on the elemental power of light and atmosphere, celebrating the sublime beauty of life itself. Frequently the initial inspiration for paintings comes simply from gazing up at a light filled canopy, the magical effect being almost that of stained glass, a cathedral canopy.
A fine art photographer, specialising in painterly and impressionistic images inspired by flowers and nature, creating wall art with a fluid, organic feel and a sense of harmony and well-being.
An Associate of the Royal Photographic Society and award winner in the International Garden Photographer of the year competition.
John O’Neill is a UK artist based in the Space 2.0 studio Stavanger, Norway. He sketches in watercolour in the outdoors and often sets up a french easel with a canvas in the harsh conditions typical of the Rogaland weather. Southwest Norway offers lots of wind, hail, rain and sometimes snow. Brushes regularly freeze, paintboxes overflow with rain and loose items must be guarded from the wind taking them flying into the distance. Equally there are bright, sunny and warm days with big skies and beautiful summery smells in the air.
Jonathan Newey is an award winning artist who lives and works in Reading. His work is an exploration of colour relationships and how they interact when poured on to a smooth board or canvas. He experiments with different colour densities and pigments and mixes the colour with high gloss art resin which is then poured on to a flat surface.
I am an enthusiastic wildlife and flower artist. I enjoy experimenting with unconventional colour combinations whilst maintaining the essential charm of the object. I paint blousy peonies or haughty giraffes or soaring birds, in an array of vibrant and extraordinary colours and strive to capture their magnetism in a fresh, contemporary way.
My work has the overall sense of painting, but it is skilfully built up using layers of found papers, tissue and acrylic paint. I see the beauty in simple scraps, ripped edges, accidental marks and worn surfaces. I take my inspiration from foreign lands, harbours and urban docklands.
Contemporary, vibrant watercolour paintings. Karen's award-winning paintings have been exhibited at The Royal Geographical Society, The National Trust and RHS venues and in galleries nationwide. Focused mainly on wildlife and nature-inspired subjects, her paintings brighten any interior space.
Karen Welsh, born in Surrey in 1962. Trained as a commercial sign painter, her profession until moving to Wiltshire in 2011 when she began to paint full-time. Experimenting with gestural marking with other abstract painting techniques she strives to create work that has energy and inspires an emotional response.
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 hides to match and complement each composition. He has exhibited widely with solo exhibitions in the USA & UK. Karl undertakes commissions.
Kasia Clarke paints intuitive and emotive abstract landscapes, rich in colour and texture. Free and energetic mark-making contrasts with a soulful depth; these are captivating paintings that offer a hint of a recognisable landscape but with an intriguing ambiguity leaving them fully open to interpretation.
Kate creates emotive works of art from her North London studio. Her favoured medium of acrylic provides a neverending journeyof discovery. Kate aims to prompt subtle shifts of emotion through her work and plays with the fine line that can be drawn between Abstraction and Still Life.
Kate's work features elements of the landscape and ruined castles. Her expressive colourist work along withe her enjoyment in the process of layering paint and glazes, results in rich colour and texture. Her aim is for the viewer to be able to sense the underlying passion, joy and vitality.
I create unusual images of horses, water and natural subjects. Limited Edition prints - which give you exclusivity. Acrylic images - a luscious modern take on art. Silk prints - a luxury silk scarf - the quickest way to go from an ordinary look to somewhat more sophisticated.
Katia Bellini lived and worked in New Zealand, Australia and Spain before coming to the UK where she decided to pursue her painting commitment. In her landscape paintings she works mainly from botanical illustrations, her photos of plants and gardens and imagination attempting to develop flowing composition that establishes an impression of timeless beauty and dream like quality.
Focusing on metaphors and symbolism, reflecting enjoyment for the natural world, evoking thoughtfulness and humor. Creating conceptual illustrations for a wide range of international clients from editorial to advertising, using traditional photographic and silkscreen printing techniques.
Katy Garrod Art combines my education, training and experience to express my perspective as an artist in contemporary abstracted landscapes and in detailed studies. Sometimes I stray into complete abstraction when trying to capture a feeling or emotion. I hope it offers the viewer new ways of seeing the world.
Katy creates vibrant, uplifting, compositions made entirely from fabric collage and embroidery. She has exhibited in art fairs across London and in Windsor and was selected to compete in Sky Arts 'Landscape Artist of the Year 2018'. Her work has featured on the cover and within magazines. She works from a studio in Hampshire and regularly takes on commissions of lndscapes, buildings and animals.
Kevin is an artist originally from North London. His studio is now in Hertford Town. He works with oil paint and produces images that reference his life growing up from the 1970's in a large Irish family whilst coping with the complexity of life with Tourette's and mental health illnesses.
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.
A single image has the power to communicate in a way words often can't. Using
digital photography and advanced editing techniques I create award winning art that is recognisably photography, remains believable, yet cannot be real. My work has been exhibited in the UK, Europe, Asia and USA.
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.
Laura is a representational artist and her inspiration is inspired by the classics. working in Hertfordshire. Her figurative paintings breathe life on the depth of diverse human relationships depicting power, action or grace. While her landscapes are a representation of personal journeys, capturing atmosphere and drama in nature and its seasons.
Lesley is a self taught contemporary artist based in Warnham, West Sussex. Her sculptures encapsulate a moment in time, involving the careful play of light with shadow. Much of the content of her work is brilliant white, with striking splashes of colour providing a dramatic contrast-designed to make you smile!
A collection of miniature paintings of natural forms, emotions and memories to create evocative images. By using a variety of mixed media the unexpected can happen which is always welcome. I have a BA (hons) Fine Art, a Diploma in Visual Arts and an ARPS. I have exhibited in London, New York, Milan, Singapore and more and my work is in collections all around the world.
Lorraine (@lorribethdesigns) is a Surrey based abstract artist who uses acrylic, mixed media and macro photography to create emotional, textured pieces. Passionate about human behaviour, relationships and nature, her paintings evoke feelings of lifes undercurrents, elements and layers. She has created many commissioned works that reside privately worldwide.
Louise is inspired by man-made structures and how the ravages of time and nature alter their place in our surroundings - how utilitarian objects have real beauty. Alongside her interest in decay, she is also inspired by the natural world making her a truly interesting and innovative artist.
The tradition of landscape painting has always been the essence of my work. Working directly from the environment my inspiration comes from an emotional response to the effects of natural light. My aim is to capture the atmosphere of a place sometimes allowing the painting to develop its own story through unexpected results.
Louise creates oil paintings inspired by nature. She combines naturalism with expressive colour to create something beautiful, quirky and a joy to look at. Louise's expressive oil paintings on natural linen demonstrate her ability to explore nature's tensions - the animal is still but it could go at any second. She captures a moment in nature for a lifetime on canvas.
I have drawn and painted animals since I was little, I saw them as magical beings that were much more interesting than humans and they have captured my imagination ever since. I want to share with the world how important they are to me through my art and highlight the plight of endangered animals especially as losing a species is FOREVER and I want my daughter's generation to be able to experience and be inspired by nature's amazing biodiversity.
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.
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Lyn Rodden is an artist working in acrylic, ink, watercolour, oil and etching. She is best known for her black and white paintings of Jazz Musicians. Lyn Rodden was born in Kenya and moved to England in her teens.She studied fine art at Harrow, Winchester and Amersham Art Colleges in the UK.
Lynn paints contemporary landscapes and abstract flowers. Her gestural, expressive style captures the essence of a place, a mood, a time. Painting with the seasons, capturing the colour and movement with bold and energetic mark-making. She has a close relationship with nature having photographed it professionally for nearly 20 years.
Lynne’s work is collected worldwide. She paints with a passion to tell a story whilst creating movement, light and spontaneity. Whether she is capturing the soul of an animal in her work, a beautiful landscape or the raw energy and emotion of a dancer, she loves how her artwork has drawn her to thousands of like minded people.
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.
With an individual style, which focuses on movement and line, Michael creates unique sculptures of wood and stone. From his early beginnings of wildlife carvings, through unusual subject matters such as smoke and flames, to his recent works of dancers with incredibly complex hair, he thrives on attempting fresh challenges.
Mark began creating landscape artworks two years ago, after a career working in illustration and design. His work is inspired by the local countryside and he creates his work by digitally merging photographs, paintings, drawings, textures and found objects. These pieces are then presented on an archival paper or brushed aluminium.
Using the simple traditional medium of pencil, Turner embodies the simplicity of fine art. His hyper realistic drawings are decisive, obsessed with light and texture and imbued with a confidence that comes from technical mastery of his medium. Exhibit highlights include the Royal Society of British Artists Open Exhibition and Affordable Art Fair, Singapore.
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.
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.
Currently located in Northamptonshire, UK, Lydia McCarthy is a recent art graduate specialising in Wildlife Art and Pet Portraiture and suitably so as she has a great interest and passion for portraying the character and personality of an animal through his or her individual characteristic traits and features using the traditional mediums of oil paint and charcoal.
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.
Michael is an award winning artist who combines observations of local urban landscape with abstract geometry and pattern and a sensitive handling of colour and tone. The carefully controlled nature of his work hints at his background in fine art, graphics and digital art & design lecturing for colleges and universities.
Glaxo Art award winner Michael exhibited in London galleries before turning 21.His current work is partly influenced by his interest in Japanese art. Paintings covering a wide range of subjects are derived from direct observation frequently against the light, focusing on the essence of an object or place, often inspired by local landscapes.
Michelle Elwell creates original digital artworks inspired by the ephemeral beauty of nature. 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.
Award winning, international artist Michelle Lucking uses her fingers to paint with soft pastel and capture stunning seascapes and underwater swimming scenes. Her work beautifully translates light and movement onto medium and large scale paintings, making the viewer feel like they are immersed in the water.
I am a self-taught artist with my own characteristic style. I specialise in acrylic or oil on canvas and base content on many situations including everyday life, extensive travel and memory. All of my work is original. My paintings are not photographic but attempt to represent accurate depictions of the subject and the ambience of the scene. Commissions are also available.
Moth and Mirror was founded in November 2013 and is a partnership between Lenore Zavitz, a professional gilding restorer and Richard Mills, a lifelong wood turner. We specialise in pieces crafted from the finest woods and metal leaf gilding, as well as gilded bone displays.
Nadia Day is an impressionist artist based in Teddington. She paints views of nature, both local and further afield through seascapes and commissions. "I use a brisk technique of flat brushstrokes and pallet knife work, ensuring my paintings reflect the energy and beauty of nature at their core".
Her work has been selected for national exhibitions including Battersea Affordable Art Fair. She is represented by The Art Agency, Esher;Riverside Gallery Barnes and View Gallery Thames Ditton.
Nagihan Seymour is a Surrey based artist. She specialises in “Tezhip” illumination. Tezhip is the art of illumination and is traditionally used for the decoration of calligraphy, although in her paintings she uses it as a standalone art form. The paintings incorporate symmetrical designs consisting of naturalistic floral ornamentation or patterns with simple expression.
Explorations of marks with a limited palette, this new collection features abstracts inspired by the coastline of Cornwall. The designs, minimal from afar, reveal a complexity of depth and detail within their simplicity. These are paintings to be enjoyed both from a distance and up close.
We live in an age consumed by digital media and over-processed images through editing softwares and filters on social media. Natalie Maxted's hand-painted art mimics today's image-processing culture. She strips away distracting details, focusing on colour and contrasts, allowing the subject's emotion to define the final aesthetic.
Natasha was born in the Russian countryside and learned to appreciate the simple pleasures of life. She has always drawn and painted and was first exhibited internationally at the age of 11. In 2011 Natasha moved to England. Inspired by the countryside she took up painting professionally. Since 2015 Natasha has lived in South West France, where she works mainly in Saint Emilion in her gallery.
Award winning artist Nathalie Beauvillain Scott specialises in highly detailed portrait paintings of everyday people in everyday life. Her pictures of everyone from children to celebrities are recognised for their incredible likeness, with her reputation for detail resulting in her work being displayed in the National Portrait Gallery on many occasions.
Following a long career in graphic design, I now create abstract artworks. My approach to painting echoes the principles of successful graphics - visual storytelling through symmetry, colour, balance and the spaces in between. My creative process spans both disciplines. I create abstract oil paintings from the landscape around me. I also make alternative variations by digitally manipulating sections of my paintings to create complimentary limited edition prints.
Nicolette graduated from West Surrey College of Art and Design in the 1980s. She has enjoyed many years as a professional artist. Influences include Mughal and Medieval art. Joie de vivre and delight in pattern, colour and observational detail are expressed through her personal iconography and distinctive style.
Realist artist capturing light, emotion and movement on the canvas. Originally from New Zealand, Nikki specialises in figurative, equine and wildlife subjects. Working primarily in oil, charcoal and sometimes gold leaf, her pieces convey a strong narrative, often capturing a fleeting emotion or movement in her subjects. Commissions welcome.
Origin 31 ethical fine jewellery from concept to inspired reality. Presenting the Child's Play collection created from only the finest of metals and stones. Offering a bespoke service for objet and jewellery including redesigning old pieces utilising your gold and gemstones.
A beautiful landscape garden in Cobham, Painshill is a living artwork full of dramatically placed follies and stunning views. One of its key features is a 2 acre vineyard with beautiful views over the Serpentine Lake and Surrey Hills. Originally planted by the designer of Painshill Charles Hamilton in the 1740s, it was restored in the 1990s and has been producing wine again for almost 20 years.
The grape varieties include Pinot Noir, one of the varieties grown by Hamilton, as well as modern varieties Chardonnay, Seyval Blanc and Pinot Grigio. For the last three vines on each row the 18th century single pole ‘Burgundian’ method is demonstrated.
A local product from a small vineyard, Painshill Sparkling Wine is completely unique. Its sales help preserve and restore the 18th century garden for current and future generations.
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 2015 RA Summer Exhibition.
Penny combines her Textile Design background with her love of unexpected colours, patterns and textures in wild, seasonal flowers, birds and natural surroundings to create expressive mixed media collages using acrylics, inks and hand-decorated papers. She exhibits locally and at Open Studio events and runs workshops from her Garage studio.
Surrey Artist of the Year 2019
Pippa's art looks at man's inevitable impact on nature by using reclaimed plastic bags, discarded bottle tops and found beach plastic ... ubiquitous and disposable materials and objects that do untold damage to our environment if discarded and used carelessly. Plastic's unimaginably long lifespan coupled with how casually we treat it becomes a perfect metaphor for our blind overconsumption of the material.
Berkshire based professional artist creating deeply passionate fine art in a contemporary realism style. I also undertake scanning and printing services, public and corporate art events, private coaching and commissions. Representation opportunities welcomed.
With an incredibly visual, active mind, British contemporary artist Rachel Ducker has an insatiable desire to create and make. She is well practiced in life drawing and with an appreciation of the human form which led her to experiment with wire as a medium for sculpting the human form, capturing something ephemeral, either emotive or active. Rachel has recently added bronze figures to her already extensive portfolio.
Rebecca’s most successful works to date explore the London Underground from striking and unusual perspectives, in both painting and printmaking. She is a member of the Society of Graphic Fine Art, has sold to collectors around the world, has exhibited internationally and has featured in several Royal Academy Summer Exhibitions.
Rebecca is of mixed heritage and grew up in Malaysia. A weaver and print designer by training, her works on paper depict dreamscapes, visual memories and still life's inspired by a sense of place, a love of flora, fauna and collective heritage. Colour, pattern and texture feature in her paintings.
I have a passion for collage and creating beautiful pieces of art which are inspired by water, air, shape and movement. My work has developed over the years, using magazines and other materials to create intricate, evocative work reflecting the beauty of both figures and landscapes.
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'.
Through his lifetime love of photography, Richard uses both colour and black and white to capture the beauty, atmosphere and emotion of the location or subject to pass on to others so that we can enjoy what nature has given to us all.
Born and raised in North Finland and has been living in England since 1969. She attained her degree in Fine Art from Surrey Institute of Art & Design. Her work has been predominantly in mixed media and collage on paper. She has participated in many group exhibitions and Art Fairs.
Riverhouse is a community arts centre in Walton on Thames. We provide the community with an eclectic mix of arts: Quality theatre (adults and children), music of all genres, comedy, fine art and a comprehensive education programme. We re open 7 days a week.
Claire Grahame BA Hons Fashion and Textiles. Claire, artist and sculptor is exhibiting this year for Riverhouse Barn following a successful weekend at Sandown last year. An artist and teacher of mixed media, art and textiles she captures abstract figurative art in two and three dimensions.
Rob is self-taught, inspired and attracted to light and reflections. Blending 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.
My sculptures are conceived as 'seen' by me, as shapes, textures and colours and the arrangements of these elements in a three-dimensional form. they are inspired by my African origin, personal journeys, observations of daily life and the colours and textures of nature. When growing up I would sit for hours staring at cracks in the walls and forming images. These things bring up thoughts and experiences that challenge and guide me through my creative processes.
Based in Bath, England, but serving an international client base, Rose Gallery provides a range of art services in a friendly and approachable manner. Our philosophy is to present Art To Live With: paintings that stand in the tradition of representational art, which can be hung in your home or business and provide pleasure, rather than challenge. We believe in the beauty of art, and that paintings should bring joy to their owners.
Sally paints large, vibrant abstract and semi-abstract landscapes in mixed media and exhibits in several galleries in Wales. She was a finalist in Creates Gallery Monmouth's 'Emerging Artist Award 2020'. She works part time as an NHS Staff Counsellor and Hypnotherapist.
Salome Gallan is an abstract artist from West London. Her work is a colourful, energetic expression of her own life experiences, thoughts and dreams. She uses numerous layers, texture and vibrant colours to create a fun and uplifting feeling for the viewer. By creating meaningful art she has found a way to also motivate others to have a better understanding and positive outlook about life and the world we live in.