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Judith Beeby

Judith Beeby completed an MA in fine art at Bath Spa University in 2016 and since then has exhibited both nationally and internationally. Her work includes large abstract paintings but during lockdown she has been inspired by the concept of isolation. Her watercolour landscapes aim to bring comfort and consolation during difficult times.

Hannah Buchanan

Predominantly a landscape painter, Hannah Buchanan (b.1997) is a British artist currently based in Kent. Buchanan’s focus on the landscape is stimulated by her passion for the environment and an interest in Biocentrism. Buchanan aims to create a sense of nostalgia in her work, simultaneously reminding the viewer of the fragility of our climate today. She enjoys painting in a greenhouse as her studio, as she is inspired by the greenery around her that is constantly changing through the seasons.

Adam Warwickhall

Fascinated by aircraft, animals and plants from an early age, Adam trained as a sculptor from 1989 to 1991. On graduating he immediately started work as a sculptor and model maker for the Film , TV  and exhibition industry.In 2010, after twenty years of making all types of shapes and forms in a range of materials for a variety of people and companies, an unexpected family bereavement  made him realise we are all a long time dead and we should be following our own dreams not those of others.

Nerissa Deeks

"I recently returned to painting after training - many decades ago - as an illustrator and subsequently spending my working career in design. I would describe myself as a figurative painter, ideally working from life but of course over the past year that has meant via Zoom. My preferred medium is oils and I enjoy exploring the human form and face in all its many variations. I also enjoy the challenge of landscape and working plein air."

Andrew Newton

Andrew Newton is an award winning artist from Fleet in Hampshire, United Kingdom. Since graduation, he has exhibited all around the country and abroad, whilst winning notable awards such as the 1st prize ROI Mall Galleries, London. While exploring different painting styles such as geometric abstract expressionism, deconstructed realism to technical representation, Andrew tries to capture feelings and themes of isolation, existentialism and social media of the technological modern age.

Lisa Banks

Lisa trained as a painter and worked professionally as an art therapist for many years. Presently she works full time from a studio in her house in Cambridgeshire where she has been exhibiting her artwork online. Her main area of work is painting and drawing using symbols. She explores mark making both figurative and abstract to create artwork based on her own memories and experiences. The symbols could be viewed as both personal and archetypal.

Andrii Kateryniuk

Andrii Kateryniuk is Ukrainian representational artist, currently based in Florence, Italy. He was born in 1994 in Ukraine. He studied art from childhood.  In 2018 he graduated from Art Academy in Ukraine and  moved to Florence to continue his artistic endeavors in the atmosphere of art of the Italian Renaissance.Andrii is a participant in numerous international  exhibitions and art competitions. Since 2018, he has been a member of the  Union of Artists of Ukraine.

Tony Feld

Tony did a Foundation course at Chelsea School of art but despite this considers himself to be self taught.The subjects of his paintings are varied including wildlife, particularly Birds, also old buildings, churches and marine subjects.He has exhibited at the David Shepherd Wildlife Artist of the year, the Royal Society of Oil Painters, the Royal Society of Marine Artists and at various art fairs and independent Galleries.

Tracy Nicholls

Tracy Nicholls is a British artist working in kiln formed glass. She currently works from her studio in Surrey having graduated from UCA Farnham in 2009 with her MA in Contemporary Craft – Glass.In 2008 Tracy won ‘Best in Show’ at the British Glass Biennale and in 2014 her work was included in Europe’s prestigious Coburg Glass Prize in Germany. It can be found in both private and public collections worldwide, including the National Museum of Scotland and the Museum of Glass in Portugal.

Sophie Cook

My work is principally concerned with observation, colour relationships and the dynamic interplay of marks on the painted surface. Flowers play a key role in my practice as their complex forms, limitless palette combinations and lyricism inform a visual language that I want my paintings to convey.

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