Tim Burns
Hampshire based Tim Burns produces mostly marine landscape and related still-life subjects often bringing both elements together in one painting. His work reflects the world around him.
Rebecca Barnard
London based Rebecca Barnard studied at the Heatherley School of Fine Art. She exhibits widely and her work can be found in private collections in the UK and abroad.
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.
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.
Ken Maycock
A graduate of the Slade, Ken mainly works from direct observation and has recently been painting the landscape in North Pembrokeshire. Drawing lies at the heart of all that Ken does.
Marilyn Kernoff
Born in South Africa Marilyn Kernoff moved to London in the 1970s. She began developing her career as a semi-abstract landscape painter 15 years ago while working as a psychotherapist.
Stephen Murfitt
Stephen’s work is involved with a sustained exploration of form and process. Influences are diverse and come from the natural and built environment. The forms are mainly Raku-fired.
Angela Lawrence
Former violinist Angela Lawrence moved to south west Scotland in 2004 and started painting full time, opening a gallery, Clience Studio. She exhibits throughout the UK and Europe.
Julie Montgomery-Smith
After a foundation course in art, Julie went to university to study civil engineering, graduating in 1992, while making small sculptures in her spare time. Her work is inspired by the environment.
David Grimbleby
Since 1971 Southport based David Grimbleby has been painting, drawing and exhibiting in many solo and mixed exhibitions including Royal Academy Summer Exhibitions.
Roz Edwards SFP
Hampshire based Roz Edwards is a full member of the Society of Floral Painters and specialises in contemporary floral art. However, she sometimes paints landscapes and wildlife subjects, too.
Sean Curley
Oil painter Sean Curley draws inspiration from his surroundings in Dorset. He exhibits in galleries throughout the United Kingdom and contributes to many charities across Europe.
Mary Kaun-English
Mary’s recent work includes hand built clay vessels and sculptures. The second firing of these pieces occurs in an open fire; (more frequently happening on the Cornish seafront).
Rob Adams
With a degree in painting and sculpture, Rob Adams has had a successful career as an illustrator and designer in the fields of publishing, television, stage and film for 30 years.
Tanya Achilleos Lock
Wiltshire artist Tanya Achilleos Lock is a section winner of the BBC Wildlife Artist of the Year, in the 'Frozen Planet' section, and Commended for the 'Animals in their Environment' section.
Roger St. Barbe
With a degree in modern languages from Jesus College, Cambridge, Roger took up etching in 1981 and exhibited his flower etchings in the Royal Academy Summer Show in 1986.
Janet Judge
Janet Judge trained at Bath Academy of Art, studying sculpture and etching. She travelled extensively in Europe and the Middle East before a successful career in teaching.
Kevin Day
Having gained collectors worldwide and exhibited in major galleries in London and Italy, Kevin Day has gained much recognition in a remarkably short period of time.
Janice Alamanou
The work of award winning photographer Janice Alamanou is inspired by the elements. Nature and environment stands alone or blends with her love of people.
Frances Bildner
When Frances Bildner was 13 years old Sir Charles Wheeler, the past president of the Royal Academy, wanted to buy her flower painting, which had won first prize in a competition.
Natalie Rymer
Natalie Rymer trained as an artist at Wimbledon School of Art in London, studying a BA honours degree in Fine Art and Painting. Her work is available through a network of galleries.
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.
Susan Thomson
Devon based Susan Thomson trained as a graphic artist and worked in advertising before studying botanical drawing and watercolour painting at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.
Alix Baker PCAFAS
One of the UK’s leading military artists, Alix Baker is an expert on military uniforms through the centuries with a particular interest in the effects of campaigns on dress.
Bert Evans
Bert Evans was born in Port Talbot, Wales and has lived there all his life. He attended Newport College of Art and exhibits with five galleries in Wales. Bert's paintings make the everyday, special.
David Farren
Lancashire based modern impressionist David Farren held his first exhibition in Madrid. It was at this point he realised that painting was what he wanted to do for the rest of his life.
D Y Hide
After graduating with a degree in graphic design (illustration) D Y Hide started work for the Austrian artist Peter Stoff, painting 40ft murals for the Sultan of Brunei.
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.
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.
Lynne Davies
Award winning Hampshire based Lynne Davies won a packet of felt tip pens in an art competition when she was five years old. She went on to complete her first commissioned portrait aged 12.

 

 

CreativeCov #Shropshire artist @ceastgate shortlisted for Ruth Borchard Self-Portrait Prize 2015 @ Piano Nobile, #London. http://t.co/tybgN5aHlr
CreativeCov Overbury woman paints picture of Cecil the lion for charity | Gloucestershire Echo http://t.co/5h7UfEUMDM via @Glosecho
CreativeCov Rebecca Barnard renews her membership and updates her profile page: http://t.co/FFL64DuZsp
CreativeCov Museum grade #prints of #Cecil the #lion from http://t.co/Ll4w7Jk4Tr and 20% of proceeds go to @BFFoundation. http://t.co/1Czmv2FqmU
CreativeCov Paintings by Dorset artist stolen in Hampshire | Blackmore Vale Magazine http://t.co/MHdXb2exnr via @bvmmagazine
CreativeCov 3 paintings by Paul Matthews stolen from Rookesbury Hall, Wickham, Hampshire. Call 101 quoting 44150297029 with info. http://t.co/qzttKOczsk

Members of Creative Coverage are selected on merit and considered to be the finest artists and craftspeople in the United Kingdom. Some of our members belong to Royal societies. Creative Coverage handles all aspects of marketing for its members (which include professional artists, craftspeople and galleries). Where possible we collaborate with organisations to deliver exhibitions and greater press coverage. We now also welcome submissions from fine art photographers and illustrators.

Contact       C r e a t i v e  C o v e r a g e

    +44 (0) 1489 564536       

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Collaborators:

 

blackwell logoforestlogo Hopetoun HoughtonKerryvale lr  rhs-logo sherfield gallery logo Showborough smith and williamson Stone Lane sulgrave manor sussex-past-logo Waterstones

 

 

We are proud to support:

simon-says-logo-april2014C

Copyright © Creative Coverage 2013