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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.
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.
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.
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.
Laura is a representational artist, living and working in Hertfordshire. Her figurative and portrait oil paintings are atmospheric, breathing life on the depth of diverse human emotions while her landscapes capture dramatic nature and its seasons. Classical styles with interpreted narratives combine to create a distinctive and contemporary edge.
Sarah is best known for her portraits of famous celebrities and focuses on creating intricate and detailed drawings using the traditional pencil. She is heavily influenced by her affection for her seaside home town, Whitstable where she has a gallery selling her artwork all year round.
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.