Ann Winder-Boyle’s distinctive and disarmingly playful compositions of her collaged hand-drawn ink illustrations, vintage book covers, beeswax, wire and driftwood, reference big topical social and economic issues such as homelessness and Brexit – clad in the guise of 1950s childhood innocence.
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Drawing inspiration from the natural and built environment my work expresses a desire to explore the dynamics of form, shape and colour found within and around objects. Finding a balanced composition in the almost tangible energy produced by objects in harmony and tension with one another particularly fascinates me.
Angela Fielder was good at art at school, winning several children’s competitions. She studied the basics of Art & Technology at collage and after a very happy spell in dress design, started painting seriously. Angela went on to win the Pro Art in Switzerland and the Lange Prize for Landscape. She has exhibited at the […]
Nicholas Herbert is a contemporary English landscape painter currently living and working in St Albans. ‘Silent Spaces’ (2012+) is an ongoing series of works on paper inspired by the chalk uplands of the Chiltern Hills. 26 of these works featured in his solo show at Alan Kluckow Fine Art in April/May 2016 and ‘Landscape […]
Ollie Tuck – Featured Artist Having studied fine art at Chelsea School of Art I turned my back on painting whilst completing a degree in Art History at The University Of Nottingham. Inspired by the artist’s I studied during my degree, I returned to painting after graduating in 2014. I made the commitment to working […]
HALCYON CASTS – BABY, CHILD & FAMILY CASTINGS Halcyon Casts by Elle Trajcevski based in Chesham, Buckinghamshire. Mum of twin boys (very bouncy, energetic ones too!) Here at Halcyon Casts, we make 3d casts of hands & feet. Baby casting newborns from a few days old to life casting adults and all the ages in […]
Amanda Curbishley is based in Aylesbury and is a contemporary artist who works in acrylics and mixed media. I started painting in 2002 and although my subjects are varied I now specialise in marine art. I feel a connection to light, shape, colour and texture in the world around me which is reflected in my work. […]
Claire Burke – Acrylic Artist – paints from a cabin in her back garden in Beaconsfield and tells us here how she started painting and what it means to her. In a familiar story, once my youngest child started school I returned to work part time and also treated myself to a low key, workshop-based acrylic […]
Barbara Shaw is a textile artist based in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire. I create art in textiles, hand-stitching many small scraps of fabric together in layers to create unique collage pictures. My subjects vary as I am constantly stretching the boundary of what can be depicted in material. My work has been likened to impressionist paintings-from a […]
Jenny Kaye is a photographer based in Beaconsfield, working either from her home studio or out on location. Here, she tells us a little about herself and shows a small fragment of her work. Photography has always been a part of my life. I have old photo albums and prints from when I was very […]