Brian Holland
Although Brian coils and slabs to build, he feels more and more able to make the minimum intervention into the work, letting the clay do the talking. All the work is stoneware.
Leo Dashwood
The blades of Leo's knives are hand forged in phosphor bronze. The tin provides protection from corrosion and strengthens the alloy. The phosphorus increases the wear resistance and stiffens the alloy.
Joe Webster
Joe Webster’s paintings are ephemeral illustrations of the undulations of the seasons. His landscapes capture the colour, shape and form; the lattice-work of fields, mapping the cyclical patterns of nature.
Phil Madley
Working with encaustic wax techniques Phil creates original and unique paintings. His individual works of art challenge and engage his audience at different aesthetic and emotional levels.
Antonia Dewhurst
Drawing and painting has been a focus of Antonia's life for as long as she can remember. Her works are in private collections in England, Scotland, US, France and Spain.
Andrew Barrowman
Andrew is a landscape painter who favours oils due to their slow drying time and flexibility, enabling him to paint impasto and glazing techniques. He paints en plein air and in his studio. 
Renate West
After a three year jewellery apprenticeship Renate studied art, design and art therapy. Her work is in private collections in the UK, Germany, Switzerland and USA. 
Richard Guy
Richard paints mainly in acrylics, on board or canvas, using sticks, worn out brushes and palette knives. His style continues to evolve; he is experimenting in mixed media.
Gillian Radcliffe
Following a career as a freelance ceramic and textile sculptor and teacher, Gillian moved to Derbyshire where she started to paint in watercolour.
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.
Juliet Wood
Juliet Wood studied at St Albans School of Art and the Slade with William Coldstream, followed by a study year near Rome. Juliet is an oil painter, and also uses oil pastels.
Stuart Howitt
Stuart Howitt has an MA from Chelsea College of Arts. He is one of 10 artists selected for the Recent Graduates Show at the Affordable Art Fair (AAF) Battersea in October 2016. 
Rebecca Jewell
Rebecca Jewell mainly works in acrylics and has a passion for botanical art. "Flowers only show off their full beauty for a short while so I enjoy capturing that beauty on canvas for a lifetime”. 
Nikki Taylor
Nikki is best known for her life-size figure sculptures in woven wire mesh. Her latest commission was for the band Bastille, for the stage set for their WildWild World Tour.
Susan Purser Hope
Susan Purser Hope is a glass maker who translates images into glass which create a wonderful fusion between scientific research and artistic interpretation.  
Simon Jewell
Simon Jewell is a painter and photographer who studied at Falmouth and Lincoln Art Colleges. His subject matter is predominantly of the Cornish land and coast of the Lizard Peninsula. 
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".  
Sally Bassett
The essence of Sally's work is its energy, vitality and colour. Her art work begins with observational drawings and notes collected in a small sketchbook. 
Kay Ashton
Kay Ashton's work has won the SAA Artist of the Year (Flowers and Gardens category) and has been shortlisted in the Ken Bromley Art competition. Her work is in private collections.
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.
Liz Chaderton
Liz Chaderton works mainly in watercolour on both paper and canvas but experiments with printing techniques, particularly lino cutting and is exploring the potential of acrylics.
Susan Bates-Little
Hampshire based Susan Bates-Little is a sculptor and artist. She is a sculpture graduate from Loughborough College of Art and Design. She has exhibited at Farnham Maltings.
Rowan Barnes-Murphy
Rowan Barnes-Murphy's illustrations are published on the covers of The New York Times. For many years he illustrated the arts pages of Punch. He exhibits in Paris, New York and London.
Pauline Patrick
Pauline Patrick graduated from Glasgow School of Art having been tutored by John Cunningham and Gordon Huntly. She concentrates on the Scottish landscape and its coastline.
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.
Laurel Wade
Laurel Wade is a self taught artist who specialises in figurative still life. He has exhibited at fairs and galleries in London and the West Country with increasing success.
Helen Tyndale-Biscoe
Helen studied art at Goldsmiths College. She is most interested in remembered landscape where memory supplies the emotional colours to the drawings made in situ.
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 Orton
Ken Orton has established a reputation for painting glass. "In painting glass one is attempting to render a surface that is composed entirely of either refracted of reflected light."
William North
William North has completed commissions for the RSPB and Oxford University Press. The latter commissioned him to paint a view of Oxford to celebrate 50 years of its Hong Kong office.

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