Artists


Colin Boothman

Working from landscape, I emphasise important linear rhythms and play with the changing tonal depths. I eliminate the unessential in pursuit of a dynamic whole.

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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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Basia Burrough

I am a portrait and landscape painter.

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Pat Colman

My work usually covers the scenes about views around us and forms of figures. I like using colour and using watercolour, acrylic and pastel media.

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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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David Smith

My paintings, all in acrylic, are in a geometric-abstract vein, employing strong colour. Dimensions are either 76 x 102cm or 71 x 91cm, which means they will be seen as a large detail on...

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Wayne Foskett

My work is mainly involved with pinhole photography. I love its serendipitous nature, and its ability to transform the banal into the poetic.

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Caroline Mayow

Caroline Mayow is a lifelong Londoner, where she finds the themes for many of her works. She studied painting at Camberwell, and later, sculpture with Gerda Rubinstein.

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Althea Battams

Committee Exhibitions Coordinator

My paintings are based on the chance interplay between objects, light and shadows.

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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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