Emma Jones
Dorset based Emma Jones paints with epoxy resin and her distinctive works are exhibited in galleries in the south of England. She has a degree in art and design.  
Sue Colyer
Sue is an exhibiting member of the Hampshire Artists Co-operative. Her work is exhibited at the White Dog Galleries, ART for art's sake, Hampshire and Hayrack Gallery, Northamptonshire. 
Margaret Evans
Margaret Evans is considered to be one of Scotland’s leading contemporary artists, exhibiting nationally and internationally. She is a respected teacher and author.
Pete Codling
Since 2010, Pete Codling has dedicated himself to developing a portfolio of large-scale charcoal drawings, now based in an atelier-style gallery on Castle Road, Southsea.  
C. Bromley-Gardner
Caroline Bromley-Gardner is a sculptor and artist who works on equestrian, wildlife and sporting subjects. Her work is held in private collections in the UK and overseas.
Chrissie Havers
Chrissie Havers works in oils and is mainly interested in landscapes. Her paintings are regularly exhibited most recently in the Not the Royal Academy show. 
Rebecca Vincent
Rebecca studied Fine Art at Oxford and Newcastle Universities before becoming a professional artist specializing in printmaking. She has over 20 years experience of making original prints.
Joanna Commings ASWAc
Somerset based Joanna Commings was born in London and started drawing and painting from an early age, inspired by her father, who was an artist. Her major passion is landscape painting.
Annie Taylor
Annie Taylor’s slightly surreal paintings are a response to two very different landscapes: the South West of England where she grew up and the mountains in France where she lives and works. 
Jim Malone
One of Britain's foremost potters Jim Malone has been making high fired stoneware pottery since the early '70s and makes porcelain. Working alone he produces a range of pottery forms.
Johnny Morant
Johnny Morant uses paint to distill three dimensional experiences into two. He has had three solo exhibitions at the Rountree Tryon Gallery. His work is in a growing number of collections.
Gerry Defries
Gerry discovered his interest in painting around 15 years ago, primarily as a relief from the stress of his professional life. He attended the Hampstead School of Art for 11 years.
Caroline Coode
Caroline has exhibited and sold in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. P&O commissioned Caroline to make 50 each of two large collagraphs, now hanging in the cabins of the Oriana. 
Michael Hunter
Abstract art has no limits or boundaries for Michael Hunter. It just gets more enjoyable every time he creates a new piece. He feels most comfortable producing total abstraction.
Michael Hill
President of Plymouth Watercolour Society Michael Hill teaches art and is also a member of Plymouth Society of Artists. Born in Plymouth he studied graphic art and design.
Annie Drew
Annie Drew (24), who is represented by White Sails Gallery, is an international wildlife artist of considerable reputation with pieces hanging in galleries as far afield as Missouri, USA.
Helga Prosser
Helga obtained a degree in fine arts from the Michaelis School of Fine Art at the University of Cape Town where she studied under Lippy Lipshitz. She was awarded the Michaelis prize in 1952.
Michael Kidd
Michael studied at the Royal College of Art and worked as an art director in some of London's leading advertising agencies. He spent some years in America. All paintings are acrylic on board.
Murray Ince
A professional artist for over 20 years, Murray regularly exhibits. He gives painting tuition to art groups and societies and live demonstrations for the Society for All Artists.
Edward Robinson
Edward Robinson completed a graphic design and illustration course at Great Yarmouth School of Art and moved to London working for some of the leading design and advertising agencies.
Dick Hewitson
Dick first painted in the mid-1960s, when he encountered Peter Lanyon’s ‘Offshore’ in Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery. His work often arises from interpretation of landscape.
Miriam Sheppard
Miriam wishes to capture the atmosphere of landscape and sky. To her this subject offers an endless source of inspiration. Her focus is on the land, the sky and the interaction between them.  
Paul Smith
Paul Smith makes ceramic figurative sculptures in his studio on the edge of the Peak District National Park. The images he makes are dream-like and contemplative.
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.
Pat Harvey SGFA, FRSA
Pat Harvey is a watercolourist specialising in Paris, London and floral subjects. She has exhibited widely, including at the Brighton Festival and the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour. 
Max Hale
After a classic art education at Harrow, Max gained a fine art degree and worked in London as an illustrator. He has received awards from The Artist and Artist and Illustrators magazines.
Patricia Regnart
Patricia has been a member of the Society of Botanical Artists since 1991 and exhibits annually with the society at Westminster. She has had work with the Bridgeman Art Library.
George Paul Sainsbury
After gaining a design degree and PGCE at university, Paul first went into teaching. In the early '90s he moved to SW France with his wife where he worked as an artist and designer.
Kate Edmunds
A TV graphic designer and director of design company Eggnogg Ltd Kate has always found time to paint. Her still life works are based on a collection of Dinky and Matchbox toys. 
James Horton PPRBA
Since leaving the Royal College of Art in 1974 James has pursued a career as a professional painter. A few years after leaving the RCA he was elected to the Royal Society of British Artists.

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