Austen Pinkerton
Austen Pinkerton studied at the Oxford School of Architecture and Goldsmiths College, London University School of Art, graduating in 1976 with a Batchelor of Arts in Fine Art (Painting).
Richard Blacklaw-Jones
Richard Blacklaw-Jones creates abstract art from plastics, fibreglass, rubber, trainer shoe soles and flip flop soles. These materials are retrieved from beaches then worked and mounted on plywood.  
Jane Corner
"My inspiration comes from my surroundings, living in the New Forest and being a 10-minute drive from the sea," says Jane. "I am obsessed with trying to evoke movement and passion."
Christopher Hall RBA, RCA
Christopher Hall (1930 to 2016) attended Bedales School from 1943 to 1949 and after serving in an army intelligence gathering unit in Malaya enrolled at the Slade School of Art in London.
Christopher Hall
Christopher Hall RBA, RCA (1930 to 2016) attended Bedales School from 1943 to 1949. After serving in an army intelligence gathering unit in Malaya he enrolled at the Slade School of Art.
Paula Sharples
Paula graduated from Reigate School of Art with a degree in textile design. She then worked as a freelance designer producing designs for furnishings, wallpaper, bedding and giftwrap. 
Penny Silverthorne
Celebrated for her floral watercolours, Penny Silverthorne established Silverthorne Designs in 1987, which has grown into a booming business, exporting art and gift stationery worldwide.
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.
Elaine Peto
A graduate of Exeter College of Art & Design, where she studied animals via livestock markets and the abattoir, using the media of photography and drawing to record the structure of the carcass.
Gill Erskine-Hill
Painting for over 30 years Gill Erskine-Hill's early work in watercolour and gouache won the Margaret Carter prize for four years running. Gill’s work is in private collections in the US and Europe.
Dawn Harries
Dawn has a passion for nature and wildlife, drawing inspiration for her paintings from the stunning countryside of Britain, especially her local surroundings of Wales with its rugged coastline. 
Susanne Nielebock
German born, Suse has been painting since childhood and is a member of Courtyard Arts Centre in Hertford, regularly exhibiting her work around Hertfordshire.
Maggie Cochran
Maggie Cochran is a contemporary landscape painter with a fine art degree from the University of Chichester. Her work is inspired by the wild Cornish coast and by the Solent shores.  
Sue Hayden
Sue studied at Dudley Art College and City of Leicester College of Education where she specialised in textile printing, painting and ceramics. 
Margaret Jones
Margaret has a Master of Fine Arts degree in tapestry weaving from West Dean College. She has won the Valerie Power Award at West Dean College and the Cordis Showcase Prize.
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.
Jill Barthorpe
Jill Barthorpe is a graduate of the Slade School of Art and her paintings are often selected for 'Critics Choice' exhibitions and sold through Christie's contemporary art sales.
Marty Kristian
Marty Kristian was a founder member of The New Seekers vocal harmony group. They enjoyed numerous number one hits and have had 36 million sales. Marty is also an artist and sculptor.
Martin Allen
Martin's work is inspired by an obsession with vintage bygone eras, historic racing cars and iconic planes, alongside drawing and painting. He tries to present an ethereal dreamlike quality.
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. 
Angie Kenber
With her BA(Hons) in Fine Art from UWE, Bristol Angie has exhibited in galleries in London, Cornwall and the Cotswolds, as well as several times at the RWA New Gallery.  
Catherine Kennedy
Catherine Kennedy holds a BA(Hons) in Fine Art from the University of Plymouth. She has exhibited her paintings throughout Devon and gained an award at the Exeter Short Film festival. 
Wayne Attwood VPRBSA
Vice President of the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, Wayne Attwood has undertaken projects for Coca-Cola, Disney, BBC, Film4, Sky TV, Kodak, Thomas Cook and Barclays Bank. 
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.
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. 
Suzie Hall
Ceramicist Suzie Hall is inspired by the Viennese artists like Klimt. She likes to explore the shapes and free flowing forms that can be achieved with hand built and slip cast pieces.
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.
Kirstie Adamson
Magazine and junk mail collage artist Kirstie Adamson has a degree in Applied Arts from the University of Derby. "I use the colours and textures that I find as an alternative to paint," she explains. 
Mark Swan
Mark combines western and Japanese joinery to design attractive unique functional, fitted or free-standing pieces. He served an internship with Japanese master carpenter, Kimura sensei.
Susan Purser Hope
Chair of the Contemporary Glass Society, glassmaker Susan Purser Hope translates images into glass, which create a wonderful fusion between scientific research and artistic interpretation.  

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