Tom Lund-Lack
A self-taught painter, Tom's work uses the power of imagination to seek out the core elements of the subjects he paints. His work is grounded in the need to celebrate life. 
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.
Shirley Kirkcaldy
Recently selected as a featured artist in ‘Dartmoor’ and ‘Devon Life’ magazines, Shirley exhibits across the south est and London and is currently represented by Wildwood Gallery.
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.
Christine Brunnock
Well-known for her expressive and atmospheric seascapes Christine exhibits in galleries throughout Cornwall. Her work is regularly selected for exhibitions and can be found in private collections.  
Yanko Yankov
Photographer Yanko Yankov is based in Bulgaria and travels extensively in search of his next subject. He exhibits and his work can be found in collections throughout the world. 
Alison Orchard
Alison first attended St. Ives School of Art as a teenager in 1986 and at the age of 18 won the Scott, Brownrigg & Turner Award for Art, which funded a painting trip around Europe.
Lydia Milford
Devon based Lydia Milford trained in illustration at St. Martins, London. She works in watercolour and mixed media and is inspired by the coast and countryside of Devon and Cornwall.
Moy Mackay
Glasgow School of Art graduate Moy Mackay appeared on Sky TV Landscape Artist of the Year and was shortlisted to the final three in her heat. She specialises in printed textiles.
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.
Mary Kaun-English
Mary Kaun-English is a contemporary ceramic artist currently living in Kehelland, Cornwall. She was born and raised in Southern California where her passion for nature was evident from the beginning.
Tanya Achilleos Lock
Tanya started painting realism art, focusing on wildlife, where she went on to win a number of awards and has had her art shown in a number of exhibitions on an international level. 
Charlotte Moore
Charlotte Moore's abiding interest throughout her career has been in art history and museums, such as the British Museum with its countless exhibits from every culture.
Saskia Skoric
London based Saskia Skoric paints in oils with her fingers. After studying an art foundation course at Maidstone College of Art Saskia is now a full-time professional artist. 
Lesley Banks
Lesley Banks is Scottish Canals first artist in residence. She has been walking and painting the 137 miles of the Scottish canal network. The “Gongoozler” paintings have been widely exhibited. 
Patricia Regnart
Patricia has been a member of the Society of Botanical Artists since 1991 and exhibits annually with the society at Westminster. She has had work with the Bridgeman Art Library.
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.
Johnny Morant
Johnny Morant uses paint to distill three dimensional experiences into two. He has had three solo exhibitions at the Rountree Tryon Gallery. His work is in a growing number of collections. 
Jeffery Courtney
Jeffery Courtney trained at the Royal Academy Schools. He has been a professional painter all his life. He has made extensive studies of a wide variety of painting techniques.
Jonathan Wheeler
Jonathan Wheeler's radical change of career from Oxford-trained physicist to Scottish-based watercolour artist began 12 years ago when he settled in the Highlands of Scotland.
Kevin Dixon
Born in Leeds in 1948 Kevin Dixon paints from his studio in Nesfield. He studied at Leeds College of Art and has work in private collections in the UK, USA, France and New Zealand.
Jan Gay RBSA
Birmingham based Jan Gay graduated with a degree at Bournville College of Art and has also studied Fine Art and Ceramics at Eastbourne Teacher Training College.
Jill Hillman
During her MA at The University of the West of England, Jill studied and painted many Wiltshire landscapes across the region eventually making a study of Biss Meadows in Trowbridge.
Larain Briggs
Larain Briggs first studied art formally under Nick Bristow RA. This was followed by a foundation course at Maidstone Art College and degree in fine art at Camberwell College.
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.  
Rowena Comrie
A professional artist for over 35 years Rowena Comrie now works from a Workshop & Studio Provision Scotland, studio at the Dovehill Studios in Glasgow's Gallowgate. 
Laura Elliott
Laura's work is a dichotomy of mediums, as she creates paintings side by side with her metal clay work. The exploration of her ideas over the years, including during her art and media degree. 
Bronwyn Williams-Ellis
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.
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.
Gill Gathercole
Yorkshire based Gill Gathercole has a degree in Fine Art from Nottingham. Gill divides her time between running art classes and workshops, and painting from her studio at home.

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