Susie Lidstone SFP
Surrey artist Susie Lidstone has been painting for over 30 years. Inspired by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, she finds watercolour the perfect medium for capturing ever-changing seasons.
Sara Barnes
  Sara's work is vibrant and colourful, on board or canvas, using palette knives and cardboard strips.  Her collages are based on tissue paper with sponge work in acrylic on top.  
Tom Cotcher
Tom Cotcher's seascapes have a strong Turner influence, his landscapes have more to do with the Dutch school and his highly colourful interiors are painted in naive Matisse style.
Claire Wiltsher
Award winning Claire Wiltsher paints in an expressive untraditional manner. Her work is based on a strong observation of nature. She has shown with many well-known galleries throughout the UK.
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. 
Tony Kenyon
Derbyshire born Tony Kenyon was an art director for leading advertising agencies in America and Canada. He had a five year apprenticeship as a lithographic artist.
Austen Pinkerton
Austen Pinkerton studied at the Oxford School of Architecture and Goldsmiths College, London University School of Art, graduating in 1976 with a Batchelor of Arts in Fine Art (Painting).
David Greenwood
David Greenwood exhibits at the Pastel Society at the Mall Galleries. He has had work accepted at the Royal Academy and has also exhibited in the Not-the-Royal Academy show.
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.
Penny Silverthorne
Celebrated for her floral watercolours, Penny Silverthorne established Silverthorne Designs in 1987, which has grown into a booming business, exporting art and gift stationery worldwide.
Anne La Bouchardière
Anne La Bouchardière (Anne Gibbons) won an Oscar for her theatre design while working for the Little Theatre in Leicester. Anne has exhibited in Cork Street and abroad. 
Andrew Gemmill
Andrew owned and ran Gallery 21, Melbourne's leading watercolour art gallery for several years. He paints full time and teaches watercolour at the McClelland Guild of Artists in Frankston.
Lin Knott
Lin is a painter and printmaker living and working in Hampshire. Living in a fairly rural area with the sea on one side and the New Forest on the other inspires Lin's painting and prints.
Alex Shimwell
Yorkshire based Alex works on the wheel in both porcelain and stoneware taking inspiration from the materials and glazes, how they interact and can be utilised to better display.
Susan Purser Hope
Susan Purser Hope is a glass maker who translates images into glass which create a wonderful fusion between scientific research and artistic interpretation.  
Emma Loizides
Emma Loizides paints vivid cityscapes, architecture and street scenes. She has exhibited in the ING Discerning Eye, the National Open Art and the Society of Women Artists exhibitions. 
Lin Williams
Pastels are the preferred medium of Somerset based Lin Williams. This self taught artist enjoys catching the very essence of atmosphere and mood, the changing light and seasons.
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.
Jill Barthorpe
Jill Barthorpe is a graduate of the Slade School of Art and her paintings are often selected for 'Critics Choice' exhibitions and sold through Christie's contemporary art sales.
Richard Guy
Richard paints mainly in acrylics, on board or canvas, using sticks, worn out brushes and palette knives. His style continues to evolve; he is experimenting in mixed media. 
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.
Lucy Marks
In 2017 Lucy Marks had three paintings selected for the prestigious ING Discerning Eye Exhibition at the Mall Galleries, London. She holds an MA in Fine Art. 
Fred Kennett
Fred Kennett has been working in pen and ink for over 40 years and has exhibited at the Royal Academy. Building of shadows and depth with straight lines is characteristic of his work.
Juliet Wood
  Juliet Wood studied at St Albans School of Art and the Slade with William Coldstream, followed by a study year near Rome. Juliet is an oil painter, and also uses oil pastels.  
Sally Bassett
The essence of Sally's work is its energy, vitality and colour. Her art work begins with observational drawings and notes collected in a small sketchbook.  
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…
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.
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.
Justine Osborne
Gloucestershire based Justine Osborne paints contemporary portraits of dogs using traditional oil on canvas techniques. Her paintings are compelling, painted with originality and empathy.
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. 

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