Murray Ince
A professional artist for over 20 years, Murray regularly exhibits. He gives painting tuition to art groups and societies and live demonstrations for the Society for All Artists.
Edward Robinson
Edward Robinson completed a graphic design and illustration course at Great Yarmouth School of Art and moved to London working for some of the leading design and advertising agencies.
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.
Miriam Sheppard
Miriam wishes to capture the atmosphere of landscape and sky. To her this subject offers an endless source of inspiration. Her focus is on the land, the sky and the interaction between them.  
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.
Priscilla Brightman
Since graduating from Edinburgh College of Art with a degree in art and design, Priscilla Brightman has been an art tutor. She has held exhibitions and received commissions.
Pat Harvey SGFA, FRSA
Pat Harvey is a watercolourist specialising in Paris, London and floral subjects. She has exhibited widely, including at the Brighton Festival and the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour. 
Max Hale
After a classic art education at Harrow, Max gained a fine art degree and worked in London as an illustrator. He has received awards from The Artist and Artist and Illustrators magazines.
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.
George Paul Sainsbury
After gaining a design degree and PGCE at university, Paul first went into teaching. In the early '90s he moved to SW France with his wife where he worked as an artist and designer.
Kate Edmunds
A TV graphic designer and director of design company Eggnogg Ltd Kate has always found time to paint. Her still life works are based on a collection of Dinky and Matchbox toys but she paints…
James Horton PRBA
Since leaving the Royal College of Art in 1974 James has pursued a career as a professional painter. A few years after leaving the RCA he was elected to the Royal Society of British Artists.
Judy Tate
Moving to Dorset provided the opportunity for Judy Tate to concentrate full-time on developing her painting skills. Enjoying colours and textures she focusses on plein air work.
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.
Clare Blois
Award winning Clare Blois is an oil painter based in the Highlands of Scotland. She studied both textiles and painting and ran a successful gallery for many years. She has won several awards.
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.
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.
Erica Herbert
Erica paints mostly still life and the occasional landscape, sometimes including her terrier. Inspired by Matisse, Bonnard and the Scottish Colourists her work is colourful.
Vanda Zebrak attended Harrow Art College and her work encompasses different media including kiln formed fused glass, in collaboration with her husband, Peter Smyth.
Clive Meredith
Wildlife artist Clive Meredith works in graphite and oils. He was a finalist in the DSWF Wildlife Artist of the Year in 2010, 2012 and 2013 with works exhibited at The Mall Galleries in London.
Christine O'Keeffe
Christine trained and worked as a potter, then as an interior designer and later as a landscape architect. Her painting career started about 20 years ago. She has exhibited in London and Edinburgh. 
Philippa Headley
Philippa Headley paints contemporary landscapes and seascapes using traditional oil painting techniques. Her expressionist approach is inspired by the natural forces of the landscape. 
Lizzie Harper
Lizzie Harper is a freelance natural history illustrator. She works for publishers, environmental organisations, graphic design firms and undertakes commissions for private individuals.
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. 
Vivienne Cawson
Pattern, colour and natural form are the focus for Vivienne's floral watercolours. Inspiration is sparked by the colours and shapes of flowers, gorgeous fabric, a special jug or vase.
Pedro Brock
Since studying at Dundee College of Art over 30 years ago, Pedro has drawn thousands of faces including celebrities, has appeared on television and has spoken about his work on radio.
Bev Jones
Bev's paintings are colourful, detailed, busy celebrations of her local community and city life. A number of her original paintings and prints are owned by Croydon University Hospital.
Frances Knight
After graduating from Camberwell School of Art, Frances Knight won a Commonwealth and British Council Scholarship to do her MFA in India. She paints landscapes and seascapes in oil.
Frances Knight
After graduating from Camberwell School of Art, Frances Knight won a Commonwealth and British Council Scholarship to do her MFA in India. She paints landscapes and seascapes in oil.
Jerry Smith
Jerry studied at Portsmouth College of Art and at the University. He paints landscapes in a vivid, representational style, driven by an ongoing fascination with light and colour. 


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