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Coastal Gallery
Coastal Gallery is a leading independent contemporary art gallery, situated in Lymington in the New Forest.
Heartsong
Martyn is one of the UK’s leading abstract painters and printmakers.
Manta Ray by Andy Baerselman
Andy lives and works in Lymington. After leaving Brockenhurst College Sixth Form, Andy studied at Rytecotewood College of Agricultural Engineering in Thame, Oxfordshire.
After Hours I
Paul specialises in contemporary semi-abstract seascapes and landscapes, and distinctive portraiture.
Arkadiuz Nowicki
Born in Poland, Arkadiuz now lives and works in the New Forest. He creates his vessels from white stoneware clay, a strong and resilient medium.
The Old Lifeboat by Audrey Hammond
Audrey derives inspiration for her beautiful watercolours and pastels from the Cotswold landscape and the coastlines of Dorset, Devon and Hampshire.
Baxter Bradford
Baxter is a freelance photographer. He divides his time between Lymington and Cornwall. The two places constantly inspire his passion for landscape photography.
Monet's Garden
Bev’s inspiration is found in the local boatyards and coastal areas, especially with the ephemeral colours, patterns and textures found on boat hulls and boatyard detritus.
Biddy Hodgkinson
Brought up on a farm, Biddy experienced the constant cycle of birth, life and death. A fascination with this still holds, and Biddy’s inspiration is drawn from close observation of life cycles in nature.
Caroline Hall
Caroline works from an open studio in Winchester where visitors can come and go whilst she paints. ‘I am not an artist who yearns for solitude.
Man V Nature
Chris likes painting foliage and ‘the chaotic, messy bits of nature – the bits people walk past or over without noticing’. Working in oils and at life size, Chris has a meticulous eye for detail and a wonderfully quirky view of the world.
Seascape 31
Claire specialises in limited edition prints and greetings cards. She has an MA in Textile Design from the Royal College of Art in London, and designed knitwear for Alberta Ferreti and Valentino.
Tea Bowls
Claire is based in Christchurch, Dorset and has an MA in Three Dimensional Ceramics from the University of the Creative Arts, Farnham in Surrey.
Forward Cloud
Claire works from a wonderful garden studio, and is one of our most popular contemporary landscape artists. We love Claire’s subtly evocative colour palette and painterly treatment of stormy Dorset skies, reminiscent of J W Turner’s paintings.
Porcelain Vessel
Gail specialised in ceramics and exhibited her work at New Designers in London – the annual showcase for the UK’s top graduate designers.
Machina by Geoffrey Robinson
My approach to painting has always been to look inside myself, rather than to interpret what goes in through my eyes. I make the paintings I want to see.
Scarf
Gohar was born in Persia (now Iran) and spent her childhood years in France and Pakistan, soaking up the diverse visual language of those cultures.
It's all Bull
Ingrid Sterling is from South Africa and studied sculpture when she came to London in the 1990s. Ingrid’s sculptures are bold and questioning, each piece with its own distinctive and unique character.
Sea Bowl
Jackie just loves making pots – a passion that began at Southampton College of Art when she was seventeen. She now has her own studio in the New Forest.
Peace
Jason’s current art practise involves the exploration of colour and light in pared down two and three-dimensional compositions. His painting process begins with colour studies in gouache and watercolour.
Roaring Tide
Jennie’s atmospheric seascapes capture the real essence of the sea and the elements. ‘Drawing and painting out in the landscape are an essential part of my work, using a sketchbook to record and gather information.
Flow Collar
Jo creates bespoke designs and unique handmade collections from silver, gold and semi-precious stones.
Abstract 1
The natural environment has always been Joseph’s greatest source of inspiration and motivation.
Landscape 2
Julie moved to Milford on Sea in 2014, and is inspired by the wonderful Hampshire coast line, translating it into ‘abstractions of reality'. She is fascinated by the feel of the landscape and always works in series, her studio becoming a three-dimensional ‘sketchbook’ of ideas and experiments.
Michael Turner
Michael has come along way since graduation in Design in 1997. At the beginning of his career, working from his parents garage, he used nuts and bolts and reclaimed steel to create all sorts of animals, reptiles and bugs.
Wader Box
Nicola is a sculptor making functional and decorative art for interiors and the outdoors.
The Waite
Nicola works from a studio in the New Forest and is at the forefront of contemporary medallic art.
Ashley Wood
Pete has always drawn and painted. He has had an incredibly varied career from working as a Graphic Designer in advertising to running a restaurant and nightclub!
Splash
Sally comes from a family of artists and works from a studio in her garden. Having been a radio presenter and journalist for many years, she began printmaking after moving to the South Coast.
Sheila Goodman
Sheila's work has a distinctive graphic style combined with stunning use of colour, and is largely inspired by the Dorset and Hampshire landscape.
The Whole is Greater than the Sum of the Parts I
Stephen works out of studios in the New Forest and South of France, where he runs highly successful painting and printmaking workshops throughout the summer months.
Beach Huts
Stewart’s stunning metre square canvases take their cue from the colours of the sea and coastline; local fishing boats and beach huts.
Flying in Pyjamas
Vicki lives on the cliff top, overlooking The Needles and the Isle of Wight. Many of her distinctive paintings are autobiographical and capture Vicki’s wonderful view and the quirky home she shares with an ever-changing menagerie of pets.
Blue Boat
Victor lives by the sea and loves boats. He originally trained as a graphic designer, followed by a MA in Textile Design at the Royal College of Art in London.
At Rest I
Wendy works from a studio in Winchester. Her work is incredibly versatile, including light installation, video, drawing and printmaking.
Shutterbugs
Will Rochfort is a Hampshire based artist who works predominantly in oils and focuses on snapshots of people in time.

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