Category: Featured Artist

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Jean Whitson

Jean lives in Chorleywood and has been painting for a number of years.             She loves to paint and is moved by colour, shape and atmosphere. Jean is a past chairman of The Buckinghamshire Art Society and  for many years has been actively involved in Studio 18. and other local […]

Lilly Henry – Sculpture

Lilly Henry was born High Wycombe, studied at Amersham College and later specialised in sculpture privately under Mary Orrom.   She works in a range of sculptural mediums including cement fondue, wire, recycled metal’s, clay, natural windfalls and stones, creating a variety of large and small sculptures. This has helped her to discover and develop an instinctive […]

Roni Wilkins

I studied Art and Design at Bucks College in the sixties. After a career in Sales and Marketing and with my family making their own way in the world I returned to painting in 1985. Painting has become a fairly fulltime occupation, resulting in exhibitions in local and London galleries.         The […]

Chris Sims

Over the past 10 years Chris has been creating abstract works using colour, instinctive mark making and his strong sense of composition to evoke or capture a moment in time.   Pursuing this practice involves a variety of media, printmaking, painting drawing and digital processes. Although not directly relating to a scene or place much […]

Tim Baynes

Artist and Printmaker Tim Baynes has studied at Colchester School of Art, the Slade School of Fine Art and Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. He works in oils, acrylics as well as watercolours capturing the sea and shoreline, landscapes and cities: private collectors in Britain, America, Australia, Italy and France have acquired […]

Emma Cowlam

Chelsea Art School textile design graduate Emma Cowlam produces hand stitched and hand drawn original illustrations from a personally developed and highly unique technique.  Taking inspiration from daily life, intricately descriptive images are recorded and translated into stylish, classic designs. Her work is both prize winning and internationally exhibited. Emma’s beautiful illustrations have progressed into […]

Phil Madley

  Encaustic Wax – An ancient art with a modern twist… Phil paints in wax…a technique that dates back to the ancient Egyptians. He uses special equipment to melt the wax ie an iron, paint stripper and hot stylus. The coloured and metallic waxes are painted onto card or MDF board. The waxes are very […]

Robert Stuart

Robert was born in London before emigrating to Nigeria – at the ripe old age of six weeks – returning to the UK in time to start school, and a paid career playing with computers. He is a self taught artist, a term that is hardly a tribute to the many teachers that he did […]

Caroline De Peyrecave

Caroline de Peyrecave SWA trained at the atelier of Charles H. Cecil – Florence, Italy. She works mainly from life by a technique called sight-size. The broad handling comes into focus when seen at the viewing distance. While her work belongs to this tradition, she tries to make it more interesting by pushing its boundaries and therefore hopefully giving it a contemporary edge.

Ann Winder-Boyle

Ann was born in Cumbria 1963. As a mature student she returned to study for a degree in Fine Art graduating with a First Class Honours degree in 2006. Ann has participated in numerous exhibitions around the United Kingdom and Europe.  In 2009 she featured on BBC 2’s Culture Show and has been selected for […]

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