Sue Maud

Sue Maud

Sue writes: “Much of my work incorporates textures from ground rocks, sand and weed. The sea and land’s formation causing erosion, transforming land, rocks, sky and sea; affecting nature’s wild life, human life and emotions  causing tension, acute sensation, release … Read More

Ian Gorton

Ian Gorton

Ian Gorton – Digital Art

 Through working with both camera and computer Ian creates images that seek to challenge/problematise traditional conceptions of photography and painting. Techniques and understandings from both fields – such as the layering of colour or the … Read More

Jan Thompson

Jan Thompson

Living in Wales and having travelled and lived abroad; artist Jan Thompson’s contemporary original palette is inspired by the visions and experiences of past and present.  Eternally observing the natural and man made environment leads to an exciting and original … Read More

Stella Hidden

Stella Hidden

My paintings are a journey of discovery from the very first mark until the final brushstoke.  As the idea forms, the painting develops and evolves over many months, incorporating the vibration and resonance of ‘sound’ and colour. Both the large … Read More

Vivienne Sole

Vivienne Sole

“Sole’s work is really beautiful – poetic, thoughtful, elegant and executed in an intelligent, effective and stimulating way. The combination of the themes of sadness, loss, illness and memory with conceptual and minimalist art vocabularies, results in sculptural pieces that … Read More

Allen Fisher

Allen Fisher

Engaged Embrace, paintings across a range of media.

Engaged Embrace brings together a new series of paintings, derived from the themes of rural traps and carpenters’ tools. Research into these objects, underway now for more than twenty years, provides the … Read More

Lindsey Harris

Lindsey Harris

LINDSEY HARRIS
My paintings are a distillation of various elements drawn from unconsciously derived imagery, mythological material, personal experience and dreams. Some works are visual equivalents of emotional or feeling situations, which often involve human figures. Years of life drawing … Read More

Nigel Lambert

Nigel Lambert

Nigel Lambertʼs pots are both decorative and useful. He began his love of pottery and paintings whilst at art college in Cornwall. His interest in the work of abstract painters, particularly Roger Hilton, Terry Frost, Patrick Heron and other artists … Read More

Mariette Voke

Mariette Voke

Mariette Voke

I am a hoarder with a compulsion to record and catalogue life. My paintings explore memories and recollection through clothing and everyday objects; favorite china, shoes, old photographs and toys.

I love to focus in on the small … Read More

Doug Eaton

Doug Eaton

I think I’ve always been interested in what paint does and hopefully have applied it in as many different ways as my imagination will allow. I have always been aware of a “painterly look” over and above a clinical rendition … Read More