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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 career as an Animation TV Producer/Director making children's TV programmes, I returned to my Fine Art roots in 2007 and studied for an MA in Fine Art. My work is a response to landscape and nature and is informed by the terrain and geography of particular places. I incorporate into the paintings materials form the site in addition to paint and other materials. I am represented by several galleries nationally including Scotland and I have had work selected by RWA in Bristol.
Shabs is a Cheshire based artist of Indian origin, who started his art career as a cartoonist illustrator 25 years ago. He mainly paints expressionist abstracts and landscapes, he works at a fast pace, watching him paint is like watching a matador in a bull fight! He is fascinated by nature and his style varies with subjects and mediums. His artworks are in different corporate and individual collections in India, England and United States.
I discovered printmaking at Cambridge's art foundation course and later at St Martin's School of Art. After an award-winning career in animation, I returned to printmaking, installing a press at my Devon studio. My work is inspired by the buildings, waterways and countryside of Cambridge, Devon, Cornwall, London and Ireland.
Stewart Beckett is a professional Painter and Tutor. He describes his work as ‘An echo of a bygone era’ practising drawing and painting techniques based on traditional methods. He has an experimental attitude and a passion for materials. Currently working on a series that aims to combine the abstract with his realist works. Influenced by Gustav Klimt, Sir John Everett Millais, and Anderson Zorn. He aims to use modern materials such as Acrylics, silicone, mirror, PVA glue and resins to embody his figurative, portrait oil paintings.