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Katherine Whitby

Having been brought up on the edge of the picturesque Yorkshire Dales, Katherine Whitby’s early artistic endeavours were stimulated by the natural landscape around her.              Katherine’s studies have included fine art, photography and life drawing and she holds a degree in History of Art & Architecture from the University of […]

Saliha Elhoussaini

Saliha Elhoussaini – Artist’s Statement. Exploring the complex relationship between order and disorder in Chaos Theory, the work reflects the precarious nature of our universe such as geological disasters, unpredictable and erratic weather patterns, whilst   metaphorically referencing the instability and uncertainty of many aspects of life like: conflict, relationships, economy, and science. The regular and […]

Beverley Matchette-Downes

Beverley Matchette-Downes trained as a painter, achieving a BA in Fine Art at Bucks New University  in 2007 and since then has completed an MA in Printmaking there where she achieved a Distinction in 2010.  Printmaking is currently the main focus of her practice, so much so, that she recently acquired her own press in order […]

Jeannelise Edelsten

French born artist Jeannelise Edelsten has lived in England for over 27 years.  Her practice uses the study of ‘cracks’ to represent her displacement from France to England.  With them, she explores fragility and resilience, perfection and imperfection, beauty and ugliness. Her work is increasingly focused on making connections between the past and the present […]

Jane Waller

“Dancers In Movement” Jane Waller is one of those people the British find difficult to categorise: someone who excels in a whole range of activities. After studying drawing, painting and sculpture she turned to ceramics, producing work described by the Arts Editor of the International Herald Tribune as “among the greatest creations of twentieth century […]

Susan Gray

Susan Gray trained in Fine Art at the Buckinghamshire Chiltern University College. Susan Gray: My studio is situated behind the Sally Turner Antique’s in Wendover High Street where I regularly work and also open to the public.  Much of my inspiration is from frequently painting the coastline of South Devon and West Cornwall, particularly West […]

Ross Ashmore

Following his degree in Fine Art and Illustration at Bristol, Ross Ashmore spent the next two years illustrating for publications such as the Radio Times.  He then went into commercial art, working as a graphic designer for the next twenty years; much to the disapproval of his father; the playwright and art critic, Basil Ashmore. […]

Tim Baynes

1000 DRAWINGS BY TIM BAYNES  Writer Alan Jackson reports Some of us keep a diary. Others record their impressions of new people and places in the words of emails, letters or postcards sent to those back home. But for 20 years now Bespoke Framing artist Tim Baynes has chosen to record his impressions of the […]

Sue Graham

I am a self-taught artist living and working in Prestwood, Buckinghamshire. My paintings vary widely in style and subject matter: from ‘classical’ landscapes to vibrant cityscapes; from figurative ‘mood’ paintings inspired by nature, to semi-abstract studies of rock formations and watercolours of chickens and sheep. Many different things and experiences interest me. I try to […]

Graham Jefford

  Graham is a retired engineer who is now indulging his lifelong passion for art. He paints in a variety of media and in a broadly representational style. His subject matter is wide ranging – never knowing what will inspire him next, but as with so many artists the play of light on a subject […]

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