Ed Elliott

Ed Elliott

After studying sculpture for four years, Ed travelled to New Zealand in 2010 to engage in an invaluable sculptural apprenticeship.

Ed won national acclaim with his National Trust commission in 2011, where he created another striking wooden angel figure with … Read More

Bronte Woodruff

Bronte Woodruff

A rural artist, drawing inspiration from the dramatic Marches landscape, I prefer to work with natural materials, including Van Dyck crystals, earth pigments, charcoal, graphite, beeswax and seasalt for their resist and dispersal qualities, and to explore different papers; a … Read More

Chris Sinden

Chris Sinden

It was while living in S√łgne, Southern Norway that Sussex born Chris Sinden learnt how to cut lino.
His first prints were of local views, but he quickly turned his hand to quirky humour.
In 2004 two of his “Dirty … Read More