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Alice creates dynamic paintings rich with texture. Her layered mixed media approach mixes an urban feel with more traditional landscapes, giving abstract paintings with a strong graphic edge. Her use of colour brings richness and depth to the work, creating sophisticated paintings you will continue to see fresh for many years.
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Originating from London cityscape drawings, the linear abstract paintings are constructed by simplifying the vertical lines of the cityscape view. Occasionally a line is moved slightly or removed to create an arrangement of lines that sits well for the viewer and is both meditative and decorative. With each colour being carefully mixed, the finished piece is an abstract exploration of line, colour and space.
Alison is a professional, award winning artist, known for her unique interpretation of wildlife. Over the last twenty years she has developed her distinctive style, combining her knowledge and interest in wildlife, with contemporary design. She is a signature member of the Society of Animal Artists based in the USA and gains commissions internationally.
Amanda spent her childhood rescuing dragons from princes and her early adult life attempting to understand uncertainty. She is now an artist. Working predominantly in landscape, Amanda paints in oil with a knife. Her work is finely observed and rendered with a distinctive blend of clarity, energy and deconstructed colour.
Artist and illustrator Andrew studied painting and illustration at Falmouth School of Art. Andrew works in acrylics, his work is influenced by N.C. and Andrew Wyeth and Anthony Green R.A. His studio is in Westbury, Wiltshire. Andrew has exhibited at Reading and Windsor Contemporary Art Fairs, Bath Art Fair and solo exhibitions.
Andrew is a renowned wildlife artist with a particular love for the rugged landscapes of the British Isles. He has also recently worked in Antartica and Morocco. Andrew is a past president of the Society of Wildlife Artists (SWLA) and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers (RE).
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.
I am a professional artist living in Hampshire.
My paintings are 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 Knapp Gallery, London.
Ann Goodfellow is trained as both a painter and a ceramicist and since gaining an M.A..Ceramics in 2006 has focused solely on the figure as a means of expression. She has exhibited widely and has work held in many private and public collections both in Britain and Europe.
Anna’s work explores the play between form and space, force and subtlety. Colour palettes are observed directly from nature and forms derived from shadows, architectural spaces and a love of simple geometric line. Visual elements are then stripped back leaving only the essential. Fascinated by the power of white space and the Zen philosophy of ‘Ma’, which translates as ‘gap’ or ‘pause’ compositions move between intuition and control exploring the ebb and flow of energy through the use of tone and marks.
Gennadiy Ivanov is a UK based artist. Originally from Russia. Graduated with MAFA from Norwich University. He is an artist with synthetic thinking and a technique artist. This allows him to work simultaneously in several directions and styles. His paintings demand from a spectator intellectual as well as visual and emotional effort.
“Intriguing abstracts created from a creative process using a mixture of intentional and spontaneous mark making with bold shapes and colours”. Marion, originally from Nottingham, now lives in France near Nice. With easy access to the lavender and sunflower fields and the start of the alps, the colours and shapes of the area shines through her work.
Kate is a professional artist living in the Thames Valley. Her work is inspired by the countryside and wildlife of Britain and is made in a unique way entirely in fabric. Kate hand dyes much of her material, before cutting and appliqueing shapes, finishing the work with free motion stitching.
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.
Born in Kent, Barry is a self-taught artist who has lived in Hampshire for over 30 years. As an artist, he not only takes his inspiration from the local and regional landscape – including the wonderful New Forest, local rivers and the Solent, but also from his travels abroad.
Bev’s work captures beautifully the extraordinary nature of ordinary moments, evoking wonder and magic through vibrant colours and intricate details but never quite losing its roots in everyday city life. She has two ranges of paintings, one focusing on city streets and crowds, the other focusing on leaves and pavements.