Cara McKinnon Crawford
Cara McKinnon Crawford studied at Glasgow School of Art and gained an Honours degree in Drawing and Painting. Since then she has exhibited throughout the UK and abroad.
Glyn Davies
Prime Minister David Cameron purchased Glyn's photo-books as a wedding gift for Prince William and Catherine Middleton and wrote to say, "Prince William was delighted".
Fiona Graham-Mackay
Fiona set up her first big easel in the Royal College of Art under the tutelage of Quentin Blake. She has been commissioned to produce portraits of Prince Michael of Kent and Seamus Heaney.
Mark McLaughlin
The Sultan of Brunei collects the work of London based Mark McLaughlin whose paintings represent a fascination to record and capture everyday scenes.
Anthony Barber
Isle of Lewis based Anthony Barber studied architecture and design to postgraduate level in West Yorkshire. His work is based primarily on the Highlands and islands of Scotland.
Brian Smith
Brian Smith spent 25 years working as a freelance illustrator in the London advertising world. He is a candidate for membership of the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours (RI).
Andrew Sinclair
Argyll based Andrew Sinclair graduated with a degree in Fine Art (drawing and painting) from Duncan of Jordanstone. He is the founder and proprietor of Resipole Studios.
Hilary Dunne
Hilary Dunne is a figurative painter, working in oils and metallic leafs. She is chair of Peterborough Artists Open Studios and is responsible for exhibitions with Welland Valley Arts Society.
Vivvy Butler
Vivvy Butler is particularly inspired by flowers and the harmony they radiate. Her works have been shown in numerous galleries including Saatchi London and Guildford Cathedral.
Tina Bone
Cambridge based botanical and natural history artist Tina Bone also produces illuminated letter design with gold leaf. Her work is exhibited throughout the world and is widely published.  
Angela Corben
Hampshire based Angela Corben regularly exhibits her paintings in galleries, public buildings and hospitals. Her first love is plein air painting and she is happiest painting directly from nature.
Chris Wilmshurst
Dorset based Chris Wilmshurst's work mainly comprises landscapes and townscapes – views of her local area or other places visited. She is concerned with colour, shape, pattern and texture.
Nagib Karsan
Former businessman Nagib Karsan has had a life long passion for painting. He was educated largely in Somerset where his fascination with the West Country and its fishing villages began.
Glen Scouller RSW RGI
Colour and light are the main ingredients in Scottish artist Glen Scouller's painterly oeuvre. His work can be found in numerous corporate collections in the UK and South Africa.
Colin Merrin RWS
Colin Merrin studied graphic design at Maidstone College of Art. He took his masters degree at the University of London, Institute of Education. His work is in Her Majesty the Queen's collection.
Gillian Radcliffe
Following a career as a freelance ceramic and textile sculptor and teacher, Gillian moved to Derbyshire where she started to paint in watercolour.
Marty Kristian
Marty Kristian was a founder member of The New Seekers vocal harmony group. They enjoyed numerous number one hits and have had 36 million sales. Marty is also an artist and sculptor.
Carol O'Toole
Carol O'Toole is a painter and printmaker who has lived and worked in Cornwall for 30 years. She studied fine art at Birmingham School of Art and Falmouth School of Art. 
Jeremy Sanders
Brighton based Jeremy Sanders works solely in oils. Fashion brand Fat Face used his work in a worldwide campaign. He studied at St Martin's School of Art.
Lara Roberts
London based Lara Roberts specialises in equine and canine portraits. Having grown up in the New Forest, horses and dogs have become a natural source of inspiration.
Sarah MacDonald
When Sarah MacDonald moved to BBC Scotland in 1995 she went to the Glasgow School of Art as an evening student and for three years studied the art of black and white photography.
Nicola Axe
Devon sculptor Nicola Axe is passionate about stone carving. "Stone is an incredible and exciting medium, which drives me to discover its possibilities," says Nicola, who uses limestone.
Theo Platt
Theo Platt was born to artist parents, both graduates of the Royal College of Art. Theo attended St. Martin’s School of Art during its key painterly period of the early '80s.
Glyn Davies
Glyn Davies has lived in Bath for the last 40 years and the buildings there have been a constant inspiration. He enjoys painting architectural elevations of the back of Georgian buildings.
Rowan Barnes-Murphy
Rowan Barnes-Murphy's illustrations are published on the covers of The New York Times. For many years he illustrated the arts pages of Punch. He exhibits in Paris, New York and London.
Mark Weston
Sussex artist Mark Weston has work in private collections in Europe, USA, Australia and Bermuda. Much of his inspiration for painting comes from his native Sussex countryside.
The Raku Garden
The Raku Garden offers a tranquil space in which to learn a new skill, or develop ideas, with courses in pottery 'hand building' and Raku firing, taught in a beautiful garden and workshop.
Jane Vaux
Oxford based Jane Vaux's work varies from quite realistic depictions to abstract. She is always keen to incorporate light and movement and enjoys using texture within her work.
Karina Goodman
Derbyshire based Karina Goodman works in oils and watercolours from her working art gallery  Studio 61 on the edge of The Peak District. She is inspired by varied landscapes and landmarks.
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.



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