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Sally Hamilton
Sally has been painting in watercolours since she was a small child. Art has been her lifelong passion and the feeling she has for her subjects is so intimately reflected in her studies.
Nude
The landscape that society offers up is one that is so dynamic, colourful and radiant that at times it is almost impossible to grapple with the creative juices and decide which way to go.
Murray William Cole Ince | Isle of Wight
I have many years experience of fine art tuition, running painting experiences, lecturing at the local College on the Isle of Wight, demonstrating and running workshops for art societies and groups covering many mediums and genres in fine art.
Helen Talbot | Hampshire
Helen has taught since 1989 working in adult, further and higher education in Dorset and Hampshire in subjects including drawing, painting, graphic design, illustration, spatial design and interior architecture.
Marion Lewis | Hampshire
I have been painting all my life, although more serious professional work pressures often took precedence. I am influenced by what I see in front of me, often local landscape, forest and sea.
Matt Hill | Hampshire
Painting from observation, memory and feeling, I use the natural world as my inspiration and rework what I see - often into abstracted mark, line and colour.
Abstract 1
Ana Villacampa is a Hampshire based artist born in the sunny Costa Blanca in Spain where she grew up surrounded by the Mediterranean.
Ann Squire | Hampshire
With previous generations of her family steeped in the farming life, it is perhaps not surprising that Ann Squire grew up surrounded by a motley collection of animals.
Abstract 3
Painting is an act of discovery, a constant journey in experimentation and exploration - of artistic techniques and of myself.
Boldre Wood
Barbara studied art at school in Ireland where she obtained her GCE in the subject along with several grades of RSA Examinations.
Bobby Sephton | Hampshire
Bobby is an artist, illustrator and muralist living in the heart of the inspirational New Forest.
Fusion
Brenda paints in several mediums and contemporary styles. Able to slip with ease between the challenges of portraiture, human form, landscapes, still life and abstract work, she passionately strives to capture the spirit, mood and emotions that inspire and often compel her to paint.
Eileen Sey | Milford on Sea Art Scene
Eileen's paintings are inspired by local and Cornish landscapes, harbours and coastlines. Artwork ranges from representational to abstract in acrylic and mixed media.
Cat Portrait
I am a local self taught artist working in graphite/watercolour in which most of my work comes in commissions for pets... past and present but also covers multitude of other subjects.
Hilary Archer | Hampshire
It is difficult to pin down my style of painting, as it has moved on from an obsession conveying speed to expressing my reaction to a specific place, from busy construction sites (one painting won the Lord Mayor of London Award) to sea or rivers here and abroad.
Hildegarde Handsaeme
My work presents such an original form and content that it is difficult to classify her in a painting school or to compare her to an eventual equal painter.
Silver Ocean Breeze
Irena produces bohemian themes, shabby chic, mid century modern, rustic pieces, as well as modern and contemporary pieces to meet your interior design needs.
Janie Penny | Hampshire
Janie is a self-taught artist from a family with a strong tradition in painted media, and has painted and sketched all her life.
Jo Bird | Berkshire
For Jo, art is emotion; how she feels when creating a piece and how people feel when they see it is important, but either way, different pieces evoke different emotions in different people, exactly as it should be.
Julia Heissig | Hampshire
Oils are my choice of medium at the moment. I like the versatility and ability to blend oils and I love experimenting often surprising myself by not always ending up with what I intended.
Kate Cochrane | Somerset
My work features elements of the landscape: trees, rocks, ruins and reflections in water. The emphasis is on colour, light and composition using layers of paint and glazing.
Kerry Dadson | Cheshire
I paint in water colour, acrylic and oil, and gain inspiration from all aspects of life, here in the UK.
Leonard Baker | East Sussex
I have been painting a wide variety of subjects for many years mainly in acrylic and watercolour.
Lindsey Cole | Hampshire
Lindsey was born in Poole Dorset. After leaving Poole Pottery as a ceramic artist in 1996, She is now a self taught Hampshire based Artist living in Ringwood practising in a wide range of subjects and matter.
Mackerel Shoal Encaustic Wax on circular birch panel 50cm diameter
A local Portland artist working primarily with encaustic bees wax. I am drawn to the olfactory properties of this medium, the smell, the texture and the way it changes under heat.
Marion Royle | Hampshire
Marion has a BA(Hons) Degree in Fine Art. Her background is in Arts education.
Melissa Hardwick | Hampshire
Melissa's paintings are designed to capture the beauty of nature and frequently feature seasonal fruit and flowers. The strong sense of realism is created by combining her still life compositions with the intense colour of oils.
Mike Sullivan
Mike's earlier work centred on horses, racehorses in particular. He has extended his range into landscapes, seascapes, figurative work and still life in the style of Old Masters.
Nick Andrew | Wiltshire
Nick Andrew studied Art and Graphic Design in Oxford, London and Cheltenham. He moved to Wiltshire after graduating in 1979. Since then he has been working as a painter and has exhibited widely, throughout the UK, mainland Europe, and the USA.
Paul Bennell | Dorset
I am driven by a lifelong fascination with the noise, energy and drama of all modes of transportation. There is an artistic vein that runs through my family, and as a child I was always busy with Lego, making models or drawing.
A Fish Sale
Peter Goodhall is a recognised professional artist and since his first solo show in 1980 he has been widely exhibited, published and also holds a collection of international awards.
Richard Ashford | Hampshire
Richard trained as a commercial artist at the west of England Academy of Art prior to working for ES and A Robinson, one of Britain's largest lithographic printing companies.
Richard Young | Berkshire
The style of my artwork is modern, yet classical / traditional and occasionally contemporary. The composition and technique I use is influenced and inspired by the realism and romanticism of my favourite post renaissance Masters and their wonderful, timeless masterpieces.
Ros Heaven | Dorset
I always enjoyed drawing and painting as a child, but art took a back seat for many years as work, home and family took over my time. I always promised myself I would indulge my interest when I retired.
Catch of the Day
I am a mainly self taught artist, and cover a range of subjects from animal portraits, landscapes, seascapes and wildlife in various mediums.
Street Scene
Stephen is predominantly, a portrait artist, concentrating on realism in oil. Stephen paints single subjects and large group portraits.
Sue Murray | Lymington Art Scene
Sue is just someone who enjoys art and painting in particular. From an early age she produced drawings and scraperboards to a high standard and was often asked by family members to create artwork for them of animals and birds.
Thomas Mather
My work is abstract expressionism, I love the explosions of colour and delving into the psyche of the artist and with my aliments and obstacles I use what I can to paint how I feel.
Tony Clegg | Hampshire
Most of my work is in Acrylics and Watercolours using a variety of techniques. I prefer to develop an image by abstracting from reality whilst still retaining a measure of reality. I like to do things differently!
Uma Aslam | Cheshire
Uma conveys upon her canvas all that which stirs her emotionally and spiritually as well as her personal experiences with the esoterics and spirituality

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