Iain White
Surrey based Iain White concentrates on portrait painting. "For me the face is the most universal subject to paint, something that everyone can relate to regardless of time, place or culture."
Anthony Barber
Isle of Lewis based Anthony Barber studied architecture and design to postgraduate level in West Yorkshire. His work is based primarily on the Highlands and islands of Scotland.
Lee Campbell
New Zealander Lee Campbell has been painting and showing her work nationally and internationally for over 20 years. She works predominately in oil on canvas.
Celia Bennett
Celia Bennett works from her studio in Cheltenham. "I am passionate about creating the effect of movement and light," she says. "Every painting is an adventure!"
Justine Osborne
Gloucestershire based Justine Osborne paints contemporary portraits of dogs using traditional oil on canvas techniques. Her paintings are compelling, painted with originality and empathy.
Marty Kristian
Marty Kristian was a founder member of The New Seekers vocal harmony group. They enjoyed numerous number one hits and have had 36 million sales. Marty is also an artist and sculptor.
Hamish Baird
Devon based Hamish Baird is a full-time landscape artist working solely in oils. His work is focused on capturing light and depth of field and atmosphere, while aiming to imbue a sense of nature.
Angela Corben
Hampshire based Angela Corben regularly exhibits her paintings in galleries, public buildings and hospitals. Her first love is plein air painting and she is happiest painting directly from nature.
Cecilia Cardiff
Working in oils, Cecilia is inspired by urban scapes and lifestyle, observing everyday life and human nature, often injecting humour to her subjects using lighthearted props.
Michael Mullen
Michael left art school in 1988 and started selling work. His paintings reflect a fascination with his environment. Subjects are drawn for their symbolic value, compositional, textural or colour effects.
Sarah Partridge
Sarah is a ceramic artist from London. She has been making ceramics for 17 years and teaches in Adult Education. Work is hand built, most often using traditional coiling methods.
Tim Burns
Hampshire based Tim Burns produces mostly marine landscape and related still-life subjects often bringing both elements together in one painting. His work reflects the world around him.
Rebecca Barnard
London based Rebecca Barnard studied at the Heatherley School of Fine Art. She exhibits widely and her work can be found in private collections in the UK and abroad.
Sarah Pye
Henley-on-Thames based Sarah Pye was a finalist in BBC TV's Show Me The Monet and her impressionist droplet paintings can be found in galleries throughout England.
Marjorie Collins
Oxfordshire artist Marjorie Collins, member of the Society of Women Artists, Society of Botanical Artists and Oxford Art Society, was born in Chicago and moved to England in 1975.
Ken Maycock
A graduate of the Slade, Ken mainly works from direct observation and has recently been painting the landscape in North Pembrokeshire. Drawing lies at the heart of all that Ken does.
Marilyn Kernoff
Born in South Africa Marilyn Kernoff moved to London in the 1970s. She began developing her career as a semi-abstract landscape painter 15 years ago while working as a psychotherapist.
Stephen Murfitt
Stephen’s work is involved with a sustained exploration of form and process. Influences are diverse and come from the natural and built environment. The forms are mainly Raku-fired.
Angela Lawrence
Former violinist Angela Lawrence moved to south west Scotland in 2004 and started painting full time, opening a gallery, Clience Studio. She exhibits throughout the UK and Europe.
Julie Montgomery-Smith
After a foundation course in art, Julie went to university to study civil engineering, graduating in 1992, while making small sculptures in her spare time. Her work is inspired by the environment.
David Grimbleby
Since 1971 Southport based David Grimbleby has been painting, drawing and exhibiting in many solo and mixed exhibitions including Royal Academy Summer Exhibitions.
Roz Edwards SFP
Hampshire based Roz Edwards is a full member of the Society of Floral Painters and specialises in contemporary floral art. However, she sometimes paints landscapes and wildlife subjects, too.
Sean Curley
Oil painter Sean Curley draws inspiration from his surroundings in Dorset. He exhibits in galleries throughout the United Kingdom and contributes to many charities across Europe.
Mary Kaun-English
Mary’s recent work includes hand built clay vessels and sculptures. The second firing of these pieces occurs in an open fire; (more frequently happening on the Cornish seafront).
Rob Adams
With a degree in painting and sculpture, Rob Adams has had a successful career as an illustrator and designer in the fields of publishing, television, stage and film for 30 years.
Tanya Achilleos Lock
Wiltshire artist Tanya Achilleos Lock is a section winner of the BBC Wildlife Artist of the Year, in the 'Frozen Planet' section, and Commended for the 'Animals in their Environment' section.
Roger St. Barbe
With a degree in modern languages from Jesus College, Cambridge, Roger took up etching in 1981 and exhibited his flower etchings in the Royal Academy Summer Show in 1986.
Janet Judge
Janet Judge trained at Bath Academy of Art, studying sculpture and etching. She travelled extensively in Europe and the Middle East before a successful career in teaching.
Kevin Day
Having gained collectors worldwide and exhibited in major galleries in London and Italy, Kevin Day has gained much recognition in a remarkably short period of time.
Janice Alamanou
The work of award winning photographer Janice Alamanou is inspired by the elements. Nature and environment stands alone or blends with her love of people.



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