A self-taught London based
painter seeking to express the hidden beauty she find in everyday objects and scenes.
An urban, landscape and wildlife photographer
seeking to highlight what it is easy to miss in the hustle of modern life.
Sal is a contemporary figurative painter working in oils. Her paintings are about the human condition, our weaknesses and strengths, our emotional turmoil and contradictions.
Caroline’s research and exploration features the energy and memory of gesture, the sense of something vitally important yet forever intangible, the transference of energy from one form to another.
Diana explores the fragility
of the earth and of
the individual through drawing
and painting, which informs developments into sculpture and installation.
Linda is a mixed media artist living in London, fascinated with the idea of creating her own miniature world - depicting scenes or statements.
Siusan’s work engages with the historical tropes of the classical female form and seeks to revise these conventions.
Despina is a painter-printmaker in London, using observation to translate her inspiration, and photography to begin a narrative.
Anne is a mixed media artist based in London who experiments with a wide range of subjects and materials to create a varied portfolio.
Jill’s focus as an artist is on vulnerability, beauty and loss, demonstrating what is at stake from careless human activity.
Tonia specialises in creating postage stamp art. Her work encompasses both current thematic stamps and pieces of vintage postal history.
Judy is a painter who captures the essence of flowers or landscapes, stylising them, making them her own with expressive marks and patterns.
Brian is inspired by landscape, structures and buildings observed on his travels. Subjects are simplified, abstracted and colour modified creating an atmosphere or impression.
Laura is motivated by a love of nature and a fascination with paint. She uses colour, texture and movement, balancing intention along with chance to create a dynamic surface.
Taya De La Cruz uses detailed, minuscule handwriting as a way of methodically distilling chaos into order. She invites the viewer to move closer to the work and further explore the narrative behind it.
Rebecca is keen to play with the viewers perception of space in artworks - and what would traditionally constitute a ‘landscape’ - and then pull that preconceived idea back to the appreciation of abstract marks on a two dimensional surface.
Lucia Hardy is an artist painting expressive and dynamic birds, wildlife and wild British landscapes.
Working in textural acrylics, in a contemporary, semi-abstract style, Lucia’s work is dynamic, vibrant and full of emotional energy.
Gerardo paints brightly coloured portraits, landscapes, flowers and animals, working from photographs and with a clear idea of the emotion or message he wishes to convey. The resulting works are full of personality.
Peruvian printmaker Patricia employs a hybrid visual language, creating mythology made of flowing human, animal and bird forms, depicting a unique celebration of creativity.
Clare's work comes out of personal experience, and inspiration is drawn from Chinese & Japanese ceramics, Indonesian & Malaysian batiks; places she has lived, visited or remembered.
Jessica is a landscape artist whose work spans watercolour, collage, paper sculpture, paper cutting, digital drawing & painting. She has a special interest in meadows, marshes and wild spaces.
Pernilla’s paintings are the result of a process of investigation into her cultural heritage – exploring the effect of being born into one culture, and being adopted into another, thousands of miles away.
Kira's work brings together fine art and crafts, and include inimitable glass sculptures. Her collections are known for vibrant colour and dynamic lines, and works in constant visual flux.
Thoughtful and introspective, inspired by Rothko and Gormley, Robert's work places figures in stark and sometimes harsh landscapes with unyielding horizons, usually created with cool tones of grey.