ARTISTS A-Z DIRECTORY
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Jane is a contemporary equine artist exploring the shape and soul or the horse, where the world of abstraction meets reality, searching to express the energy and essence of these incredible animals, through colour, texture, form and layers. “She studied Fashion Design at St Martins and enjoyed a career in designing costumes for Modern Dance and Ballet before discovering her love of painting.
Inspired by the patterns, colours and textures of the Welsh countryside where she lives, Bron works in acrylics, oils and mixed media to create bright, vibrant abstract landscape paintings that reflect her love of the natural world. Her bold and vibrant paintings evoke that sense of place, lighten your heart and make you smile. Bron’s work is designed to lighten your heart and make you smile.
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.
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
Laura Jordan is an acclaimed British illustrator who creates intricate, large-scale cityscapes. Nestled into the narrative of each piece Laura’s work features thought provoking social commentary. Laura studied graphic design and illustration at the London college of Communication and graduated in 2007.
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.