Carole Leonard

Carole Leonard

My training as a silversmith influences the form of the jewellery I make. I combine precious metals and stones with a variety of other materials from perspex to damascus steel. Ideas come from the making process and the properties of … Read More

Brian Griffiths

Brian Griffiths

My background is in art and design. I have a degree in Fine Art and a B.Phil. in Landscape Design. I worked as a Landscape Architect for 10 years before starting my career as a furniture maker in 1987. My … Read More

Jane Tudge

Jane Tudge

Jane studied Fine Art at Hereford College of Arts where she gained a first class degree in 2006, and won five awards during her time there. Since then she has exhibited in group and solo shows throughout the UK.

Her … Read More

Richard Corbett

Richard Corbett

Richard took his Foundation at Watford College in 1990 and then studied for a degree at Norwich School of Art, where he specialised in printmaking, graduating in 1994.

After a 7 year gap, when he focused on teaching in middle … Read More

Rachel Sudworth

Rachel Sudworth

I have always been fascinated by nature and landscape. The colours, textures, and forms found in wild environments are a constant inspiration, anything from a collected lichen-covered twig or a mountaintop view can be a starting point. I always take … Read More

Nadezda Kakoli

Nadezda Kakoli

My love of painting and passion for colour and line started in my childhood. I was inspired and influenced by the beauty of colour, impression of different characters of nature and individual way of expression of all kind of subjects … Read More

Mariette Voke

Mariette Voke

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

I love to focus in on the small … Read More

Kathy Priddis

Kathy Priddis

I work in water colour, pastel and oils. In commissioned oil portraits, I am literal and figurative, and attempt to portray character and personality; in landscapes I aim to convey the place and the mood of the weather

Pottery – … Read More

Jason Braham

Jason Braham

I established my studio in Radnorshire five years ago. My work is inspired by the traditions of salt glaze and slipware, which I combine in pots that are essentially for use. My kiln has a packing space of 24 cubic … Read More

Jackie Cox

Jackie Cox

I inherited a talent for drawing from my grandparents who were both commercial illustrators. When I left school at 16, I started my working life as an animal nurse and found the inpatients made good subjects to study! I took … Read More