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.
Penelope Timmis SWA
Penelope Timmis SWA, ARBSA, RSA won best entry with the Royal Birmingham Society of the Arts (RBSA) in 2009 and was shortlisted for the Daily Mail "Not the Turner" prize in 2004.
Jerry Alexander
A key element in the work of Essex artist Jerry Alexander is the relationship of buildings and man-made objects to landscape - the way they sit in and grow out of the landscape.
Carolyn Tyrer
Carolyn Tyrer studied art and painting and has produced paintings for many publishers: Ling Design, Woodmansterne, Hallmark Cards, Her Majesty’s Stationery Office and WH Smith.
JS Lindsay
James Somerville Lindsay studied at Glasgow School of Art, under the tutelage of the late John Cunningham. He chose a career in advertising and design. He now paints full time.  
United Society of Artists
The UA is an independent, non-profit making society. Founded in 1921, it was originally called the New Society of Artists. Past Members include David Shepherd, Edna Biznan and Gordon Gunn.
Kim Bramley
Kim Bramley trained in fashion and textile design at Saint Martins School of Art, London, working internationally as a freelance designer until re-training in kiln-formed glass techniques.
Chris Hall RBA, RCA
Christopher Hall trained at the Slade School of Art in the early 1950s, and has continued to paint in the style he developed in those years. He has had many one-man gallery shows.
Gordon Hunt
Cornish artist Gordon Hunt concentrates on painting the light effects of sunshine on water, giving sparkling reflections and silhouettes, resulting in strong contrasting colours and dynamic shapes.
Vandacrafts
Vanda Zebrak attended Harrow Art College and her work encompasses different media including kiln formed fused glass, in collaboration with her husband, Peter Smyth.
Sylvia Paul
Sylvia Paul has been exhibiting in galleries for more than 30 years and is well established in the East Anglian region. Galleries include the prestigious Thompson’s Gallery.
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.
Ruth Gray
Ruth Gray has been a professional artist for over a decade. She is represented by several galleries in the UK and Australia and during 2014 will have six solo shows.
Chris Glanville RWA
Chris Glanville studied at the Byam Shaw School of Drawing and Painting and at the Royal Academy Schools. He has been Executive Vice-President of the Royal West of England Academy.
Lin Williams
Pastels are the preferred medium of Cornwall based Lin Williams. This self taught artist enjoys catching the very essence of atmosphere and mood, the changing light and seasons.
Jonathan Wheeler
Jonathan Wheeler's radical change of career from Oxford-trained physicist to Scottish-based watercolour artist began 12 years ago when he settled in the Highlands of Scotland.
Annabel Greenhalgh
Annabel Greenhalgh is perhaps best known for her sand dune pastels and is widely collected in the UK and abroad. She teaches pastel painting to adults from her cottage studio.  
Neil Cox
With a proven record of sales throughout the UK, Europe and the USA, wildlife and sporting artist Neil Cox has established a reputation for capturing the natural world in his paintings.
Eileen Sey
Eileen Sey was born in the wild storm tossed north east coast of Scotland. She graduated at Gray's School of Art in Aberdeen and had a long career teaching art.
Gerald Green
In 1986 Gerald Green relinquished his career as an architect to follow his passion for painting. He is represented by a number of galleries across the UK and has shown at the Mall Galleries.
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.
Ann Kelly
Gloucestershire based Ann Kelly studied at The Laird School of Art and the Liverpool College of Art and Design. She paints all over the UK, France and America and exhibits in many galleries.
Heather Hunt
Heather Hunt has lived in Cornwall for the last nine years and this has had a great influence on her work. She works in stoneware and eathenware producing a range of items.
Nicola Godden
Nicola Godden has had over 30 years experience as a sculptor working in plaster and clay for bronze casting. Her most recent was the Icarus sculpture for the Olympic Village in London.
Vivien Laura Verey
Hampshire artist Vivien Verey spent almost 20 years as a yachtmaster and draws from her experience at sea in her art;  the water is a favourite, but she is inspired by nature in all its…
Felicity Auden
Felicity Auden produces bronzes and carvings of British wildlife and domestic animals. Her work has been exhibited at the Society of Wildlife Artists Annual Exhibition at the Mall Galleries, London.
Jeremy Paul PhD
Jeremy Paul is the BBC Wildlife Artist of the Year - Category Winner 2010, 2011 and 2012. Completely self taught he works in acrylics, developing the painting in many layers of paint.  
Andrew Allanson
Wiltshire based Andrew Allanson attended Wakefield School of Art where he studied painting, sculpture, ceramics, printmaking and art history. He exhibits his work in the UK and abroad.
John Scott Martin RBSA
Past president of the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists John Scott Martin is a Warwickshire based marine artist and printmaker. He has also regularly  shown at the RWS, RWA and the RSMA.

 

 

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