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.
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.
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.
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.
Natalie Rymer
Natalie Rymer trained as an artist at Wimbledon School of Art in London, studying a BA honours degree in Fine Art and Painting. Her work is available through a network of galleries.
Charles Jamieson
Charles graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 1974, winning a travelling scholarship. He also gained a scholarship from TCU in Fort Worth Texas and gained a Master of Fine Arts degree.
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.
Bert Evans
Bert Evans was born in Port Talbot, Wales and has lived there all his life. He attended Newport College of Art and exhibits with five galleries in Wales. Bert's paintings make the everyday, special.
David Farren
Lancashire based modern impressionist David Farren held his first exhibition in Madrid. It was at this point he realised that painting was what he wanted to do for the rest of his life.
D Y Hide
After graduating with a degree in graphic design (illustration) D Y Hide started work for the Austrian artist Peter Stoff, painting 40ft murals for the Sultan of Brunei.
Alexandra Churchill
Alexandra's oils paintings hang in The Museum of Fine Art Boston and the Smithsonian. Postcards of her work have been sold in the Ashmolean Musem, Buckingham Palace and The Vatican.
Lynne Davies
Award winning Hampshire based Lynne Davies won a packet of felt tip pens in an art competition when she was five years old. She went on to complete her first commissioned portrait aged 12.
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.
Charles Summers
Charles Summers is an associate of the Ruralists and lives and works in Cornwall. He was commissioned to make a Diamond Jubilee fan for Her Majesty The Queen.
Karen Tino
Karen Tino was winner of the prestigious Young Designer of the Year Award 2011. Karen has launched her own collection which is now in a top bridal boutique in Birmingham.
Sophie Howard
Sophie Howard designs and makes sculpture in her central Bristol studio. She produces ceramic, resin and bronze sculpture, as well as bold lightweight pieces with willow and other materials.
Moira Purver SWA
Award winning Moira Purver is a figurative sculptor. She is an elected full member of the Society of Women Artists. A trustee of Purbeck Art Weeks, she regularly exhibits throughout the UK.
Mari French
Mari French was a finalist in the Sunday Times Watercolour Competition 2014. Her latest residency is Stwdio Maelor, Wales during 2015. She studied at Stockport College of Art and Design.
Annie Taylor
Annie Taylor’s landscapes are both real and imagined. They may be wistful, occasionally humorous or even slightly nostalgic. Her love of trees is very evident in much of the work.
Edward Waites
Edward Waites is best known for his representation of the animal form using his own unique and recognised style. He works in clay and casts in bronze and silver, in limited editions.
Roy Mackintosh
Born of Scottish-Norwegian parentage, Roy’s inspiration comes from huge skies supported by land and sea vista; his emotional responses expressed in oil on canvas. 
Howard Birchmore
A modern look at a traditional vision describes the work of Howard Birchmore. Time spent in the West Country and abroad has provided variety and depth to his paintings.
Rob Leckey ARBSA
Retired headteacher Rob Leckey from Shropshire has painted all his life. He has exhibited at The Royal Society of British Artists (Mall Galleries) and the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists.
Julia Harris
Welsh artist Julia Harris produces energetic and vibrant work inspired by her emotions. With a loyal and growing following, she regularly exhibits her work throughout the United Kingdom.
Janine Elizabeth Cronin
Dorset artist Janine Hares depicts English landscapes in pastels. Her work follows in the tradition of British naturalists in writing and painting. It is a contemplative response to the landscape.
Judy Tate
Moving to Dorset provided the opportunity for Judy Tate to concentrate full-time on developing her painting skills. Enjoying colours and textures she focusses on plein air work.

 

 

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