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.
Sarah Morton
When Sarah Morton moved to BBC Scotland in 1995 she went to the Glasgow School of Art as an evening student and for three years studied the art of black and white photography.
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.
John Whittaker
A landscape painter working in oils on canvas, John paints the countryside near the River Thames and the Berkshire Downs. His paintings have been used on classical music CD covers.
Hilary Adair RE
Hilary Adair studied Fine Art (Painting) at St.Martin’s School of Art and Printmaking at Brighton College of Art. She is an elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers. 
Andrew Newton
As a hyper-realist portrait/abstract painter he has won first prize in the ROI award at the Mall Galleries, London. Andrew’s art practice consists of different subject matter.
Philippa Beale
Philippa is one of the founding members of The Arborealists movement. In 2009 she began to change direction from being a conceptual artist to focusing on painting trees. 
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.
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. 
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.
Peter Thwaites
Peter Thwaites' watercolours have been exhibited at the Royal Institution in Cornwall. He was commissioned to illustrate a Pocket Guide to Common Fungi for the British Mycological Society.
Colin Lewis
Colin originally trained as an aircraft apprentice and then as a technical illustrator, later becoming involved in marketing and eventually owning his own advertising agency.  
Alison Bowyer
Alison is a sculptor, working in mainly fused glass and wire. The variety of colours and shapes in nature provide a never ending source of enjoyment and she works in both 3D and 2/3D.
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.
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.
Maria Ellis
Maria studied a three year degree course in Graphic Design at Gloucester College of Art. She worked as a visualizer in an advertising agency and a freelance illustrator while having a family. 
Roberta Mason
Roberta has an MA in Ceramics and Glass from the Royal College of Art. Memberships include the Contemporary Glass Society, the Scottish Glass Society and Handmade in Britain.
Stuart Stanley SGFA
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.
Edur Ibarra
Edur studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Maracay, Venezuela. After 16 years of practice in Italy, Edur moved to the UK. She specializes in marine landscapes, nude and abstract. 
Dr Aruna Mene
Retired hospital consultant, Aruna now devotes more time to her art. She was commissioned to produce three collages on Cardiac Pathology, which hang at St George's Hospital, London.
Chris Sercombe
Chris studied fine art at Canterbury Christ Church University as a mature student and graduated in 2003 with a first class honours degree. He also completed a Masters degree in painting. 
Andrew Halliday
After graduating from Wimbledon School of Art, Andrew won a placement as resident artist at the world famous Rijksakademie in Amsterdam. He is now based in Hampshire.
Liz Knox DA, PPAI, PAI
Liz Knox studied drawing and painting under Sir Robin Philipson and David Michie. She has widely exhibited and her work is in private collections throughout the world.
Heallreaf was established in 2014 when tapestry weaver Margaret Jones secured funding from Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust to place modern tapestry back in the fine art world.
Frans Wesselman RE
A member of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers, people are central to Frans' work, which is also based on the close observation of the natural world. 
Barbara Mackie
Barbara graduated from Edinburgh College of Art exhibiting at the Stirling Gallery, in the Society of Scottish Artists, the Scottish Arts Club, the Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Art and the Riccio Gallery.
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".  
Jenny Handley
Jenny Handley studied at Leith School of Art, Edinburgh and then 3D Design in Newcastle. She prefers to use acrylic paints and inks enjoying the spontaneous nature of the medium. 
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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