Eric Pentecost
Eric studied at West Sussex College of Art and Design and has held successful exhibitions in Brittany, the Algarve and Guernsey. He has sold work at shows in London. 
Janette Summerfield
An elected member of the RBSA and SWA, Janette works in pastels, acrylics and pastels but enjoys exploring other forms of media to produce innovative, exciting and vibrant paintings.
Angie Seaway
Angie is obsessed with the British weather. "After extensive travelling I realised that as a country we comment on it with frequency and emotion. My paintings celebrate that."
Mim Brigham
  Mim Brigham is a Cornish glass artist specialising in hot and warm glass. Her abstract work fuses together Mim's passion of science and art with her use of different glass techniques.  
Nicola Axe
When Nicola began stone carving in 2009, she discovered her passion. Stone is an incredible and exciting medium which drives me to discover its possibilities.
Sarah Morton
Sarah Morton studied Art History at the University of St Andrews and the Art of Black and White Photography at Glasgow School of Art. Her work is in private collections from the USA to Australia.
Patricia Haskey
“My work is inspired by the ambience of place; at home or abroad – meandering along country lanes or round towns," says Patricia. "I am fascinated by the ever-changing characteristics of light."
Gill Rowe
Painting for over 20 years classical music inspires Gill to produce her abstract paintings. Her work, which has been exhibited in art fairs, is currently on show at The Gallery Little Bedwyn.
Tony Feld
Despite completing a foundation course at Chelsea School of Arts, Tony considers himself to be largely self taught. He has regularly exhibited with the RSMA, ROI and the RBA.
Brian Henderson
Brian Henderson graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 1975 and in the following year completed a post-graduate diploma. He concentrates on realist still life painting.
Rachel Fenner
Hampshire based Rachel Fenner graduated from the Royal College of Art. Her paintings follow the Modernist tradition of English Romantic Abstraction and are inspired by Pembrokeshire and Dorset.
Mieczyslaw Chojko
Mieczyslaw Stanislaw Chojko studied at Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design. He exhibited with Group 49. Throughout his life he suffered from bouts of depression.
Hilary Adair RE
Hilary Adair studied Fine Art (Painting) at St.Martin’s School of Art and Printmaking at Brighton College of Art. She is an elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers. 
Roberta Mason
Roberta has an MA in Ceramics and Glass from the Royal College of Art. Memberships include the Contemporary Glass Society, the Scottish Glass Society and Handmade in Britain.
Steve Evans PRBSA
Steve's work is informed by his background in structural engineering and is rooted in his interest in architectural detail, space and the effects created by superimposition of lines.
Mike Hall
Former TV set designer Mike Hall is a Wiltshire based artist who produces distinctive landscapes that "have a touch of human presence - as if someone has just left the scene".
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.
Cecilia Cardiff
Working in oils, Cecilia is inspired by urban scapes and lifestyle, observing everyday life and human nature, often injecting humour to her subjects using lighthearted props.
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.
Michele White RBSA
  Michele's philosophy in jewellery making and design has been that it should be a mixture of art and craft and she draws much of her inspiration from the Art Nouveau Movement.  
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…
Richard Whincop
Richard Whincop graduated in Art History at York University in 1986. His move to West Sussex has brought major ecclesiastical commissions and a revival of interest in landscape painting.
Peter Thwaites
Peter Thwaites' watercolours have been exhibited at the Royal Institution in Cornwall. He was commissioned to illustrate a Pocket Guide to Common Fungi for the British Mycological Society.
Jennifer Evans SFP
Dorset based Jennifer Evans works mainly in watercolour preferring its freshness and spontaneity to capture the fast-changing English weather. Her work is in collections worldwide.
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.
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.
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. 
Barbara Mackie
The paintings of Barbara Mackie acknowledge the colours of nature and she likes to focus on the characteristics and features of the land, with a little abstraction. 
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. 
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.

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