Artists


Sarah Hyde

Committee Membership Secretary

I work mainly as a ceramic artist, drawing inspiration from the light, colour and texture in sea, sky and landscape. I make thrown and handbuilt decorative vessels in porcelain and stoneware, which...

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Edythe Peters

Since my retirement from teaching, I have been concentrating my interest in watercolour painting. My inspiration comes from the beautiful area that I live in, close to Greenwich Park, for which I...

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Joanna Weller

Art Training: I trained at Brighton, Leicester and Goldsmiths', University of London in Art Psychotherapy. I have received the Royal Society of Arts and the Guild of Craftsmen Awards. I work with...

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Kathy Drake

Committee Treasurer

Kathy Drake, painter and sculptor. I began as a sculptor over 30 years ago, mainly composing figurative work in wax and clay and casting in resin and cement. I work in acrylics, oils and pastels and...

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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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Alice Gur-Arie

Alice is an award nominated, untrained artist who takes photographs around the world and repaints them by hand into contemporary, fine art images. She invites the viewer to replace the window through...

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Pene Cairns

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

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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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Daina Kiseliene

Painting clowns represents the seriousness of the human feelings. We like to visit the circus and watch funny performances with strange looking clowns. We enjoy and laugh, because clowns play out the...

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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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