Artists


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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Meg Dinkeldein

Committee Exhibitions Coordinator

I have always enjoyed the challenge and immediacy of painting en plein air, usually in water colour. During the colder months I paint in my studio (both in oil and water colour) preferring to use a...

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Gladys Jones

Printmaking and photography with particular interest in wildlife subjects.

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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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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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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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Jennifer Ronay

Painter and printmaker, shown here printing "Urban Landscape", is also a member of the Southbank Printmakers Gallery.

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Marjorie Ouvry

The landscapes and buildings of her native Scotland are Marjorie’s main inspiration. She paints in oil on canvas.

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Thelma Miller

I work in a variety of media including water colour and mosaic, but recently I enjoy painting in oils. My inspiration is found in the colour and light of Greece and the natural world, using photos...

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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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