Paul Hoare
Paintings by Cornwall based Paul Hoare are regularly selected from over 1,000 entries to appear in the prestigious Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour (RI) exhibition.
Stuart Stanley ASGFA
Stuart studied at both Eastbourne and Wimbledon Schools of Art and works mainly in oil and acrylic in an expressive, painterly style using vibrant colours and masterly brush marks.
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.
Gerry Defries
Gerry discovered his interest in painting around 15 years ago, primarily as a relief from the stress of his professional life. He attended the Hampstead School of Art for 11 years.
Fiona Scott-Wilson
London based Fiona Wilsher studied as a graphic designer and has evolved as a versatile artist working in different styles. She particularly enjoys working with multimedia and cut paper.
Jonathan Hateley
Kent based sculptor Jonathan Hateley has been sculpting most of his life. He began work on the musical The Phantom of the Opera before becoming full time at the English National Opera Company.
Robert Mountjoy SWAc
Robert Mountjoy was born in Bideford, North Devon and grew up in the fishing village of Appledore.  He trained in Cheltenham and read for a degree at Bristol University.
Patricia Haskey
Patricia studied fine art at the University of Central Lancashire, graduating with honours in 1980. Her work is held in the House of Lords Art Collection, London and in the head office of Cadbury.
Joanna Commings
Cornwall based Joanna Commings was born in London and started drawing and painting from an early age, inspired by her father, who was an artist. Her major passion is landscape painting.
Steve Hall
Wiltshire based Steve Hall drew from an early age and after a career of teaching various subjects including architecture and construction, he now has time to paint watercolours.
Mike Hall
Former TV set designer Mike Hall is a Hampshire based artist who produces distinctive landscapes that "have a touch of human presence - as if someone has just left the scene".  
Rose Eva
Rose Eva studied History of Art at the Courtauld Institute in London and worked as an art historian and fine art auctioneer before turning to the creation rather than the study of art.
Lynda Kettle VP. RBSA
Vice President of the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists Lynda Kettle has enjoyed a successful artistic career in theatre and BBC Television. Her life in TV has influenced her painting style.
Michael P Young
Michael graduated with Honours from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Dundee in 1982. During his time at DJCA he used the opportunity to work in a variety of artistic fields.
Walter Holmes
Northumberland based Walter Holmes has been a professional artist since 1980.  He has exhibited in galleries throughout Northumbria and has work in private collections worldwide.
Claire Gill
Kent based Claire Gill uses the technique of photomontage to explore a sense of the places and spaces that surround us. She started her career as a textiles designer.
Frances Bildner
When Frances Bildner was 13 years old Sir Charles Wheeler, the past president of the Royal Academy, wanted to buy her flower painting, which had won first prize in a competition.
Andrew Matheson RBSA
The wheel forms the basis of most of Andrew Matheson's work. Skills learnt through repetition throwing and the discipline required help to inform and develop the individual pieces.
Nicholas Simington
Norfolk based Nicholas Simington was shortlisted for Artist of the Year 2013. He trained as a draughtsman and worked in industry until 1968. Nicholas studied at Glasgow School of Art.
Daphne Ellman SWA, SFP
Painting for 35 years Daphne Ellman divides her time between producing fine art for galleries and exhibitions and commercial art such as greeting cards.
Bettina Caro
Bettina Caro studied art and architecture at the University of Madrid. She came to England in 1981 and since that time has worked continuously in oils, watercolour and gouache.
Connie Simmers
Scotland based Connie Simmers has exhibited regularly in the RSA, RSW and RGI as well as solo shows throughout the UK. Her work is in many private and public collections.
Jacqué Wakely RBSA
Jacqué Wakely RBSA, FRSA paints with sewing machine. She studied graphic design at Nottingham College of Art; later taking a degree, specialising in textiles, and a PGCE in Edinburgh. She lectured on degree courses in…
Claire Eastgate
Claire Eastgate has secured a reputation as one of the UK's finest dog portraitists. Her fluid brush strokes and careful observations have brought her an international following.
Susan Thomson
Devon based Susan Thomson trained as a graphic artist and worked in advertising before studying botanical drawing and watercolour painting at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.
Caroline Wallace
Sculptress Caroline Wallace's life size orders include Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother's racehorse Special Cargo for Sandown Park and Double Trigger for Doncaster racecourse.
Michael Hill
President of Plymouth Watercolour Society Michael Hill teaches art and is also a member of Plymouth Society of Artists. Born in Plymouth he studied graphic art and design.
Yulia Allan
Scotland based Yulia Allan is a member of Visual Arts of Scotland. Painting for as long as she can remember, Yulia has exhibited extensively in her native Ukraine.
Joan Lawson
Joan Lawson graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 1976. After teaching art in secondary schools and for Glasgow University, she opened her own art studio in 1994.
Edward Robinson
Edward Robinson completed a graphic design and illustration course at Great Yarmouth School of Art and moved to London working for some of the leading design and advertising agencies.



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