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.
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.
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.
Jennifer Wright
Jennifer studied at St Martins School of Art in the late '60s. She has exhibited nationally on many occasions with the RDA (age 8), the RA, NEAC, ROI, SEA and SWA. 
Felicity Auden
Felicity Auden produces bronzes and carvings of British wildlife and domestic animals. Her work has been exhibited at the Society of Wildlife Artists Annual Exhibition at the Mall Galleries, London.
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".  
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.
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.
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…
Bron Williams-Ellis RCA
Bronwyn Williams-Ellis is an artist and highly skilled independent designer craftswoman. A ceramist since 1973 she specialises in designing and making ceramic tiles to commission.
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.
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.
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. 
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.
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.
Marilyn Ewens
Somerset landscape artist Marilyn Ewens lives at the foot of the Quantock Hills from where she gets constant inspiration. She works in oils, watercolours and pastels. 
Liz Wright
Liz's detailed paintings are both fantasy and acutely observed reality. She studied at St Martins School of Art and has a degree in Fine Art from the West of England College of Art, Bristol.
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. 
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. 
Mark Weston
Mark has drawn and painted since childhood and sold his first painting aged 17. He regularly exhibits across the south of England, selling well in Sussex and Cornwall.
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.
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.
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.
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
London based Fiona Wilsher 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.
Keith Tutt
  Keith paints for two reasons: for the rich and joyous experiences he has when working on paintings; and for the potential connection that the painting can make with the viewer.  
Adam Warwick Hall
Adam trained as a sculptor. On graduating he immediately started work as a sculptor and model maker for the film and TV industry at Shepperton and Pinewood Studios. 
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.
Simon Fowler
Painting in oils for 45 years has allowed Simon to develop a style that continues to evolve from his own instincts while still retaining some of his grandfather's influence.
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.

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