Artists


Terry Scales

Terry Scales was born in Rotherhithe, at that time a busy community of Thames Watermen and visiting sailors. Coming from this background Terry is known for his deep affection for the Thames,...

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Jonathan Cowell

I work with watercolour,oils,acrylic and collage and my work is largely derived from observed drawings, landscape and figure studies. There are two main strands to my work, one working directly from...

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Sophie Morris

As a new artist, I'm on a journey to find 'my art' and am finding out more about myself at the same time. I feel that I am revisiting the learning process we have as children, where we don't know the...

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Bet Mishra

I use colour and form to define every day objects, landscapes and cityscapes, working intuitively and allowing the accidental to bring excitement to my work. I often on several canvases at a time...

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Chris Ashworth

Chris Ashworth is a Blackheath-based artist but is often travelling, specialising in oil and watercolour landscapes, inspired by travels and colours. He also creates abstracts, still life, bird and...

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Angele Joneliene

In my paintings I am trying to reflect that wonderful, and not always visible world of colors, energy and wisdom.

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Pene Cairns

I draw and I love to make animal sculptures, sometimes life size.

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Ann Hillary

Observing the world and working from the life model I look for rhythm and contrast, light and shadow, mood and meaning. I draw and paint in oil and watercolour and now increasingly make linocuts and...

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Theresa Jones

My work tends to be inspired by a cross between the natural world and thoughts and emotions; sometimes semi-abstract, these tend to be interpretations which serve to express something inarticulate or...

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Mark Curtis Hughes

The act of papercutting is an act of exposing and revealing. My work looks at crowds, space and movement.

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