Barbara Mackie
  The paintings of Barbara Mackie acknowledge the colours of nature and she likes to focus on the characteristics and features of the land, with a little abstraction.   
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…
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.
Brian Steventon RBSA
Brian works from the life model and plein air and uses the sketch book extensively. He models the abstract from the reality, expressiveness is crucial to progress of his work. 
Susie Lidstone SFP MSAI
Surrey artist Susie Lidstone has been painting for over 30 years. Inspired by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, she finds watercolour the perfect medium for capturing ever-changing seasons.
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.
Caz Scott
In her work Caz aims to reflect the strength and structure of the land. When she looks Caz sees everything is perfectly placed, nothing untidy, no jarring notes, great harmony.
L. Paul Matthews
Paul paints contemporary wildlife paintings, where the subject takes centre stage and the mood is set by light and shade. He was a finalist in the David Shepherd Foundation’s Wildlife Artist of the Year.
Wendy Clouse
Wendy's formal art education began with four years at The Art Academy of El Paso in Texas, USA. A few years later and back living in England, she attended the Heatherleigh Art School in Chelsea.
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.
Heather Tamplin
Heather's paintings in oil, acrylic and mixed media, feature realistic areas contrasting and creating tension with areas of looser brushstrokes, drips, splats, runs and graphic elements.
Mark Weston
Mark has drawn and painted since childhood and sold his first painting aged 17. He regularly exhibits across the south of England and also runs popular workshops in Sussex.
Nicola Currie
Nicola studied Fine Art at Worcester University and now specialises in contemporary still life oil paintings. She has exhibited widely including at the New Art Gallery, Walsall.
Fiona Scott-Wilson
Fiona 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.
Lynda Kettle RBSA
Former 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 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.
Russ Chester
Russ studied art and photography at Newcastle Upon Tyne College of Art & Technology before moving to Wales. He sells his work through galleries and  undertakes commissions.
Alexandra Lavizzari
Painting for Alexandra means exploring the interaction of colour and form in order to create particular moods, mostly of places she finds especially beautiful.
Caroline Griffin RBSA
Elected a member of the Royal Society of Birmingham Artists in 2015, Caroline has exhibited at many galleries including The Royal Society of British Artists, Mall Galleries.
Sally Pinhey AOI, SGM
Sally Pinhey’s work is known for its liveliness, charm and detail as well as botanical accuracy.  This renowned Dorset artist has illustrated three specialist books for major publishers.
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 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.
Dick Hewitson
Dick first painted in the mid-1960s, when he encountered Peter Lanyon’s ‘Offshore’ in Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery. His work often arises from interpretation of landscape. 
Danny Mooney
Although Danny Mooney has prosopagnosia (facial blindness), in the studio he paints people. "Making images of people helps me remember them," he says. He studied at Goldsmiths.
Heather Burton
Much of Heather’s work is inspired by the dramatic coastlines and countryside of Yorkshire, northern England and Scotland. Heather specialises in palette knife work.
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.
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.
Paul Smith
Paul Smith makes ceramic figurative sculptures in his studio on the edge of the Peak District National Park. The images he makes are dream-like and contemplative.
David Thomas ARSMA
David Thomas is an elected Associate member of the Royal Society of Marine Artists and will learn in May 2022 if he has been elected to the Royal Society of Portrait Painters.  
James Lester SWAc
During a successful career in London as art director in advertising and publishing James exhibited with the RA and RBA. He is an academician of the South West Academy of Fine and Applied Arts.


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