Richard Blacklaw-Jones
Richard Blacklaw-Jones creates abstract art from plastics, fibreglass, rubber, trainer shoe soles and flip flop soles. These materials are retrieved from beaches then worked and mounted on plywood.  
Liz Graham-Yooll
Landscape painter Liz relocated from Tuscany where she lived for many years, to the little known département of Aveyron, part of the larger Occitanie region in south west France.
Roman Mojzis
Roman, a mechanical engineer and specialist in mathematical analysis of physical processes (especially thermodynamics) looks for hidden beauty in his creative work.
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. 
James Eddy
James Eddy is a sculptor, painter and site-specific artist who has been following a broad and varied artistic journey since graduating with an Environmental Science degree.
Andrew Halliday
After graduating from Wimbledon School of Art, Andrew won a placement as resident artist at the world famous Rijksakademie in Amsterdam. He is now based in Hampshire.
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.
Ann Coomber
From 2019 to 2021 Ann is participating, part-time in an artist residency at National Trust for Scotland Inverewe Garden. Her work has been exhibited at Kew Gardens.
Steve Evans RBSA
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.
Jane Corner
"My inspiration comes from my surroundings, living in the New Forest and being a 10-minute drive from the sea," says Jane. "I am obsessed with trying to evoke movement and passion."
Irene Gall MA
Irene paints, mainly using oils. She studied History of Fine Art with Geography at the University of Glasgow, and while there, attended classes at the Glasgow School of Art.
Elaine Peto
A graduate of Exeter College of Art & Design, where she studied animals via livestock markets and the abattoir, using the media of photography and drawing to record the structure of the carcass.
Jenny Matthews
Jenny studied Drawing and Painting at Edinburgh College of Art, graduating with BA(Hons) in 1986. Since then she has been a professional artist with regular solo and group exhibitions.
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.
Bec Monks
Bec's inspiration comes from meditation or a dream-like state. "I paint what seems to be asking to be painted," she says. "It's very enjoyable." She loves rich colours and layers her work.
Dawn Harries
Dawn has a passion for nature and wildlife, drawing inspiration for her paintings from the stunning countryside of Britain, especially her local surroundings of Wales with its rugged coastline. 
Margaret Jones
Margaret has a Master of Fine Arts degree in tapestry weaving from West Dean College. She has won the Valerie Power Award at West Dean College and the Cordis Showcase Prize.
Paula Sharples
Paula uses colour and pattern, working on gesso prepared board with acrylics, ink and graphite in layers. She uses a combination of still life with landscape background.
Martin Allen
  Martin's work is inspired by an obsession with vintage bygone eras, historic racing cars and iconic planes, alongside drawing and painting. He tries to present an ethereal dreamlike quality.  
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.  
Mathé Shepheard RBSA
Mathé paints in watercolour and Indian ink. She is an elected member of the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists and Birmingham Watercolour Society. She regularly exhibits.
Joanne Powell RBSA SWA
Joanne is an elected member of the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists and the Society of Women Artists. She studied at Carlisle College of Art and was awarded a scholarship.
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.
Cathy Veale
Cathy specialises in seascapes with a style rich in luminosity and colour. Her paintings are immensely evocative, and have been described as looking wet like the sea itself.
Ellie Preston
Since leaving Chelsea in 2013 Ellie has been a full-time artist. "Painting is the best way to find a sense of personal satisfaction, to feel a sense of achievement," she says.
Steve Slimm
Steve is influenced by Turner. Many of his atmospheric watercolours have found their way into collections worldwide. The land remains the prime inspiration for his work.
Wayne Attwood PRBSA
President of the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, Wayne Attwood has undertaken projects for Coca-Cola, Disney, BBC, Film4, Sky TV, Kodak, Thomas Cook and Barclays Bank. 
John O'Neill
John O'Neill is a British oil painter currently living and painting in Stavanger, Norway. He paints a variety of subjects, mostly en plein air Norwegian landscape and urban landscape.
Suzie Hall
Ceramicist Suzie Hall is inspired by the Viennese artists like Klimt. She likes to explore the shapes and free flowing forms that can be achieved with hand built and slip cast pieces.
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.

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