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.  
Emma Loizides
Emma Loizides paints vivid cityscapes, architecture and street scenes. She has exhibited in the ING Discerning Eye, the National Open Art and the Society of Women Artists exhibitions. 
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.
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.  
Lucy Marks
In 2017 Lucy Marks had three paintings selected for the prestigious ING Discerning Eye Exhibition at the Mall Galleries, London. She holds an MA in Fine Art.
Fred Kennett
Fred Kennett has been working in pen and ink for over 40 years and has exhibited at the Royal Academy. Building of shadows and depth with straight lines is characteristic of his work.
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.  
Richard Whittlestone
Born in 1963, Richard began drawing aged five and sold his first paintings – a Bullfinch and a Chaffinch - when he was 13. Self taught he has been a wildlife artist all his adult…
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.
Nicola Axe
Devon sculptor Nicola Axe is passionate about stone carving. "Stone is an incredible and exciting medium, which drives me to discover its possibilities," says Nicola, who uses limestone.
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.
Eric Pentecost
Eric studied at West Sussex College of Art and Design and has held successful exhibitions in Brittany, the Algarve and Guernsey. He has sold work at shows in London. 
Matthew Alexander RBA
One of this country’s finest landscape painters, Matthew has opened Alexander’s Studio Gallery near his home in Monkton, Kent where he exhibits his paintings and limited edition prints.    
Sue Green
Fashion designer and interior designer Sue Green has returned to painting. Her work has shown in London and the South of France. The coastline and the turbulent English Channel are inspirations.
Jane Vaux
Oxford based Jane Vaux's work varies from quite realistic depictions to abstract. She is always keen to incorporate light and movement and enjoys using texture within her work. 
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.
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.
Emma Jones
Dorset based Emma Jones paints with epoxy resin and her distinctive works are exhibited in galleries in the south of England. She has a degree in art and design.  
Jennifer Evans SFP
Dorset based Jennifer Evans works mainly in watercolour preferring its freshness and spontaneity to capture the fast-changing English weather. Her work is in collections worldwide.
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.
Sue Colyer
Sue is an exhibiting member of the Hampshire Artists Co-operative. Her work is exhibited at the White Dog Galleries, ART for art's sake, Hampshire and Hayrack Gallery, Northamptonshire. 
Margaret Evans
Margaret Evans is considered to be one of Scotland’s leading contemporary artists, exhibiting nationally and internationally. She is a respected teacher and author.
Richard Whincop
Richard Whincop graduated in Art History at York University in 1986. His move to West Sussex has brought major ecclesiastical commissions and a revival of interest in landscape painting.
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.
Pete Codling
Since 2010, Pete Codling has dedicated himself to developing a portfolio of large-scale charcoal drawings, now based in an atelier-style gallery on Castle Road, Southsea.  
C. Bromley-Gardner
Caroline Bromley-Gardner is a sculptor and artist who works on equestrian, wildlife and sporting subjects. Her work is held in private collections in the UK and overseas.
Chrissie Havers
Chrissie Havers works in oils and is mainly interested in landscapes. Her paintings are regularly exhibited most recently in the Not the Royal Academy show. 
Rebecca Vincent
Rebecca studied Fine Art at Oxford and Newcastle Universities before becoming a professional artist specializing in printmaking. She has over 20 years experience of making original prints.
Joanna Commings ASWAc
Somerset 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.
Annie Taylor
Annie Taylor’s slightly surreal paintings are a response to two very different landscapes: the South West of England where she grew up and the mountains in France where she lives and works. 

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