Agalis Manessi
Agalis Manessi

The work lies within the tradition of Maiolica and celebrates this rich historical medium through many diverse influences ranging from the sophistication of Italian Istoriato dishes through to the simplicity of humble fo...

Alex Hirtzel
Alex Hirtzel

Alex Hirtzel's multi media work plays between science and art, linking references from scientific research, with historical art works to create art pieces to tell a narrative for today. Previously she has worked in the p...

Alexandra Brown
Alexandra Brown

Alexandra Brown was born in London in 1971. She studied art at Wimbledon School of Art and the The Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam. For several years Alexandra lived, worked and exhibited in galleries in Holland before ret...

Ali Herbert
Ali Herbert

She studied Ceramics at Loughborough School of Art and Design and later in 1990 completed a postgraduate diploma at Goldsmiths College, London. In 1992 she spent time in Nigeria as a VSO technical volunteer at Dajo ...

Alice Lynch
Alice Lynch

Alice trained in Fashion Design at Kingston University, London. Then worked as a designer in Paris for John Galliano, Christian Dior, Sonia Rykiel and Uniglo. She honed her craft in their studios full of stitching, beadi...

Alicia Gradon
Alicia Gradon

Alicia Gradon currently lives and works in London. She documents in traditional drawings and writing. These observations have helped her create an imaginary world for over a decade called Perpetuia. The project uses...

Amanda Lockhart
Amanda Lockhart

 After leaving University with a modern language degree, Amanda started working life as a language teacher in a public school in Berkshire. In her mid-twenties, she had a career change, and left teaching to study Ph...

Ann Nazareth
Ann Nazareth

Her work is inspired by everyday life. Re-interpreting objects by weaving them in paper cord, from the humble teabag to the complete tea set and tray, her pieces are contemplative and playful, but afford these ordinary o...

Annabel Keatley
Annabel Keatley

Annabel Keatley lives and works in Andalusia. Her paintings have a "textural richness and vibrancy of colour" only achieved by  many hours and weeks of painting - both layering and scrapping back of oil, beeswax and...

Aragorn Dick-Read
Aragorn Dick-Read

He was born and is based in the British Virgin Islands. He sculpts in copper, steel and wood but also creates wonderful drawings, prints and ceramics that are all reflective of his distinctive design style.  With a ...

Barbara Hoogeweegen
Barbara Hoogeweegen

Barbara Hoogeweegen is a Dutch painter living in London. She is represented by the Rebecca Hossack art gallery and trained in France and England, graduating with a Masters in Fine Art from City and Guild School of Fine A...

Benjamin Lowsley-Williams
Benjamin Lowsley-Williams

Benjamin Lowsely-Williams was born in Malta in 1968. He studies Interior Design at London College of Furntiure, he also has a BA Hons in Fine Art, Sculpture from Kingston University. After graduating in 1993 he moved to ...

Bjork Haraldottir
Bjork Haraldottir

Her professional background is in Architecture and is a strong influence on her work. In addition she also references natural forms reflecting her upbringing in Iceland and exposure to the extraordinary in nature. Inspir...

Brigid Moreton
Brigid Moreton

Brigid’s love of etching started with a Damascene moment on coming face-to-face with an uncle’s Rembrandt etching halfway up his staircase.    Since then she has gloried in the medium, fascinated by...

Bronwen Coe
Bronwen Coe

Bronwen’s background is in music and plants. She moved to the West Country in the ’90’s where she trained and practised homeopathy - combining a complimentary trio of plants, painting and people! She is...

Camilla Frederick
Camilla Frederick

She studied fine art in Florence as a student and then worked in London as a photographer's agent in advertising. Today, Camilla lives in Somerset. A self-taught artist she paints in oils. Portraits are her favoured subj...

Candida Corcoran
Candida Corcoran

She studied Fine Art at the City and Guilds of London Art School and then went onto do commissioned work; murals, tromple l'oeil, screens and paintings. Her work was figurative/landscape, inspired by mythology. She then ...

Cara Campbell
Cara Campbell

Following an idyllic childhood in Herefordshire and a History degree at LSE, she washed up in a Portobello drinking den as its secretary. Having none of the necessary skills, she started designing fliers for the various ...

Catherine Parkinson
Catherine Parkinson

Catherine's background is in textiles, she has a degree in embroidery, painting and drawing from Manchester Metropolitan University. However, she feels that the mosaic medium can give an image a depth and solidity that c...

Cecilia Fattorini
Cecilia Fattorini

After a peripatetic Diplomatic childhood and, more recently, postings to Pakistan, Africa and the Middle East Cecilia has returned to Somerset, where she will continue to process the ideas and inspirations collected on h...

Charlie Baird
Charlie Baird

Born in Nairn, Scotland in 1955, Charlie Baird studied at the Instituto Allende, San Miguel, Mexico and Wimbledon School of Art, London. From 1983-1985 he attended the Cite Internationale des Arts, Paris. Since his first...

Chloe Cardozo
Chloe Cardozo

Chloe Cardozo grew up surrounded by art and artists.  After rebelling briefly studying a degree in chemistry she returned to study art in the University of Seville, Spain. Chloe spent nearly four years in this beaut...

Chrissy Silver
Chrissy Silver

Chrissy Silver works with porcelain making detailed lamps and candle burners. The fineness, translucency and luminosity of the material is perfect for taking impressions from fresh spring flowers.To capture a plant in it...

Clare Tupman
Clare Tupman

Clare Tupman studied at The Ruskin School of Drawing and St Martins, developing an interest in experimenting with different materials and ways of making 3D pieces.From couture dressmaking and later ceramics, she then mov...

Colette Woods
Colette Woods

Colette grew up in West Sussex, so the coast is always close to her heart. Pebble walks and hearty fish suppers still evoke childhood memories. At the age of fourteen, Colette moved to Somerset, where she still live...

Dan Miles
Dan Miles

Daniel's work is ever evolving, often beginning with simple primary forms or numbers and shifting gradually. He is primarily concerned with love and the interconnections within his life to others as well as the natural w...

Daniel Ablitt
Daniel Ablitt

1993 – 1997 BA (fine art, painting), Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh / University of GloucestershireWhen Daniel observes the landscape, he does not set out to record a likeness of a particular location but seeks ...

David Brayne
David Brayne

David was born in 1954 and spent his childhood in the fenlands on the East coast of England. The landscape is very flat, very watery and he has vivid memoires of long distance running to school along the desolate North S...

David Williams-Ellis
David Williams-Ellis

David is one of the world's leading figurative sculptors. His presitigious commissions, both private and public, have brought him international acclaim. Best known for his representations of the human form, David works p...

Douglas Phillips
Douglas Phillips

After 50 years of potting, the wonder is greater than ever. Clay and fire, the movement of water, the chemistry of rocks and along history of one pottee teaching another makes his work mean so much to him. Observing, lea...

Elisabeth de Las Casas
Elisabeth de Las Casas

Trained at St Martins and Slade, Elisabeth captures life in her artwork in an unique way. She paints landscapes, internal dialogues and more recently scenes based on religious art. She also has a current collection of ho...

Ellen Merchant
Ellen Merchant

Ellen Merchant is a London-based artist and designer originally from Dorset. She completed her BA Hons in Illustration at Camberwell College of Art in 2017 and is currently studying for her MA in Textiles ...

Ellen Mulcrone
Ellen Mulcrone

 Some things she doesn’t do:Specialise in one materialWork within one scaleWork within one themeWork within one dimensionFrom willow to waste materials, acrylic to collage, metal to textile, 2D to 3D, she find...

Emma Scott
Emma Scott

Emma studied Fine Art at Newcastle upon Tyne University in 1986, it was here that she began to explore the concept of the angel. This has taken her, over many years, to a place in which she needs to feel them, through ab...

Emma Stothard
Emma Stothard

In 2001, with the support of a business grant from The Prince's Trust, she began her career as a full time sculptor.The wildlife and farming landscape which surrounds her in North Yorkshire has influenced her work greatl...

Ewen Henderson
Ewen Henderson

Born in 1934 he became interested in painting and sculpture while working in Cardiff. In 1964 he began a foundation course at Goldsmiths College in London where he first encountered clay. He studied ceramics under Hans C...

Felicia Fletcher
Felicia Fletcher

Felicia creates abstract sculpture in bronze, stone, wood, steel and scagliola - choosing materials in harmony with the concept of the piece. Inspired by nature, her work symbolises life, exploring physical and metaphysi...

Freya Pocklington
Freya Pocklington

She has a BA Fine Art (First Class) from Edinburgh College of Art and an MA Drawing from Wimbledon College of Art. She has work in The British Museum, The Royal Scottish Academy, The Victoria and Albert Museum, Convento ...

Gail Mason
Gail Mason

 Gail creates unique exuberant gestural silkscreen paintings which focus on the experience of a place or journey, real or imagined. Colour is very important to her as it primes the emotional nature of an image....

Gigi Sudbury
Gigi Sudbury

Gigi learnt to paint by taking her camera and sketch books to the galleries and museums of Paris, London, Florence and Sienna. She paints the world around her, the magic of the everyday and expands a moment seen or dream...

Giles Penny
Giles Penny

 Giles's time is divided between Painting, Sculpture and Printmaking, the physical and mental aspect of creation fascinates him, different techniques and materials never cease to enthral and amaze.He is compelled to...

Heather Jansch
Heather Jansch

To celebrate the millennium Heather's life-size driftwood horses were featured in The Shape of The Century - 100 Years of Art in Britain alongside Moore, Frink, Hepworth, Caro, etc. They set a global trend but she remain...

Helen Lloyd-Elliott
Helen Lloyd-Elliott

After studying at The Harrow School of Art, and then a B.A. in Anthropology, Helen moved to Hong Kong where she studied with a Chinese painter and muralist and worked for eight years as a muralist, portraitist and design...

Henrietta Hoyer Millar
Henrietta Hoyer Millar

Henrietta Hoyer Millar has been working seriously as an artist ever since she graduated from City and Guilds in 1986.  Her work has been commissioned and collected by institutions and collectors in London and beyond...

Henry Piper
Henry Piper

Having grown up surrounded by art and artists, looking back, it seems only natural that he should have become interested in the construction and expression of his ideas and feelings through sculpture. From 1988 to 1991 h...

Holly Frean
Holly Frean

Holly Frean began her formal training as an architect and draughtsman but painting portraits took over. Her studio practice has since grown to include picture-making in all its forms, typically oil paintings on canvas an...

Honor Jolliffe
Honor Jolliffe

After completing her Foundation in Art and Design at Falmouth School of Art, she turned to languages and a career in international human rights work. Twenty five years later, when the youngest of her three children was o...

Jackie Brooks
Jackie Brooks

Jackie studies theatre design at Wimbledon School of Art and later the Slade and worked for 20 years as a freelance set and costume designer. Now her work is focused on contemporary paper cutting inspired by the Polish t...

Jacqueline Leighton-Boyce
Jacqueline Leighton-Boyce

Jacqueline studied ceramics at both Falmouth School of Art and the Central St Martins where she graduated in 1992 with a 1st class BA (Hones). After spending time living in London, America and other UK cities, she eventu...

Jane Brayne
Jane Brayne

Jane was series illustrator on the BBC Televisioin's Meet the Ancestors. She collaborated with archaeologists to interpret ancient places and people. Her work has been published by English Heritage, the National Trust, t...

Jane Shaw
Jane Shaw

After completing a degree in History of Art at Manchester University Jane spent her early career with a firm of Fine Art Valuers and Consultants. She revived her interest and love for sculpture when moving down to Dorset...

Jason Line
Jason Line

 Jason Line paints primarily from observation using a variety of subject matter whether it’s the human form, nature or the still life. The subject is always rigorously examined with a particular focus on the r...

Jeffy Salt
Jeffy Salt

A graduate from St Martins school of Art, Jeffy Salt has successfully pursued a career in painting and illustration spanning many decades. Taking a job with IPC magazines provided a grounding for freelance commercial ill...

Jilly Sutton
Jilly Sutton

Jilly Sutton trained as a sculptor at Exeter College of Art. Her career developed in Nigeria, where the art forms that flourish there (particularly carvings and textiles) fired her imagination. Using locally fallen or f...

Jim Whitty
Jim Whitty

Jim left with a BA Honours in Fine Art at Glasgow School of Art in 1994.  He has many permanent collections around the world and has been shown in Group and Solo Exhibitions in many Galleries in Scotland, Europe and...

Joanna McCarthy
Joanna McCarthy

With a background of studies in painting and printmaking (StMartins, Brighton, Camberwell),for the last ten years she has been immersed in the world of ceramics .The alchemical process, combining elements ,creates the ma...

Jonathan Cox
Jonathan Cox

Jonathan was brought up on a livestock farm in East Sussex, where his deep empathy with animals and nature flourished. He trained at Camberwell school of Art, and later as a stone Mason with the French Historic Monuments...

Juliet Duckworth
Juliet Duckworth

Juliet Duckworth has lived in Somerset for 16 years and her paintings are often inspired by the natural environment around her. Juliet likes to paint a subject within a background that is of the same importance, so that ...

Katie James
Katie James

Katie’s passion for painting started as a school girl. She went on to study at Camberwell and Central St Martin’s Schools of Art in London and more recently with The Tite Street Group under the tuition of Pau...

Katie Spragg
Katie Spragg

Katie combines ceramic objects, installation and moving images to create pieces that celebrate the wonder of being outside in nature. Whether through sharing a story or conjuring a collective memory, her practice hopes t...

Kim Birchall
Kim Birchall

Her current ceramics work is primarily focused on the unusual process of crystalline glazing. This uncommon process involves growing real crystals on the surface of the hand made porcelain pieces. She does this by creati...

Kitty Hillier
Kitty Hillier

Kitty went to Falmouth College of Art and then onto to do Fine Art Painting at Bath with a First Class Degree. She won the Reveal Emerging Artist Award in 2009 and was selected for the SAW Abundance Commission 2013. She ...

Lawrence Barrow
Lawrence Barrow

Lawrence Barrow - is a ceramic artist based in the Cotswolds. U.K. He is an ordained zen monk, having trained at Bukkoku-ji zen temple in  Fukui prefecture , Japan under Tangen Harada Roshi for more than a decade.&n...

Leo Davey
Leo Davey

Leo trained as an illustrator at Falmouth. He has become well established with his detailed illustrative watercolours, however his latest work sees him branching out into different media, creating painterly landscapes wh...

Lesley Slight
Lesley Slight

Lesley studied Fine Art Painting and Printmaking at Nottingham College of Art and Textiles at Leicester College of Art. During the years she lived in London she established a career in design, before moving to Dorset whe...

Lily Piper
Lily Piper

Lilith de Salis Piper (b.1999) is currently studying Fine Art at Falmouth University, Cornwall UK. Inspired by the relationship between the human form and the land, she works on large scale: creating vivid tapestries wit...

Lily Purbrick
Lily Purbrick

Currently studing Fine Art at Leeds University having just completed the Foundation course at Falmouth. At the moment her work is very experimental as she is trying to find her own individual style. She likes working in ...

Louise Diggle
Louise Diggle

Louise's work is about the transient moment; the rapidly changing light, colour and seasons and how it transforms people, buildings and objects. She always works en plein air and mainly in pastel which suits the fragilit...

Lucinda Storm
Lucinda Storm

Lucinda has been tutored by the following artists: Jason Bowyer PPNEAC RP PS, David Parfitt RI, Richard Pikesley PNEAC RWS, Charlie Baird, Alex Fowler NEAC, Saied Dai NEAC, Charlotte Sorapure NEAC and Paul Banning RI RSM...

Luke Piper
Luke Piper

Luke Piper’s  first major show was in Dover Street Gallery, which also featured work by his father Edward Piper and his Grandfather John Piper.  His extensive travels around the globe have inspired him to...

Lydia Needle
Lydia Needle

Lydia is an emerging artist and curator who lives and works in Somerset. Her medium is primarily wool, which she uses to create pieces in response to British wildlife. Her most resent body of work is called Fifty Bees: T...

Maria Floyd
Maria Floyd

Maria is a landscape painter, working predominantly in Cornwall and drawing inspiration from the dramatic coastline. She studied at Goldsmiths' College, London and graduated with a BA Hons in Fine Art and History of Art....

Mark Adlington
Mark Adlington

 Mark Adlington is a sculptor, painter and draughtsman of considerable ability. He has drawn animals since he was a small boy and has developed a fluent style that captures the movement and volume of animals in moti...

Mark Pickthall
Mark Pickthall

Torn between ceramics, photography and design, Mark went onto study Information design at the London College of Printing finishing with a 1st and worked in the UK, Hong Kong and Japan before setting up ionriver...

Matthew Walkswithdogs
Matthew Walkswithdogs

Matthew Walkswithdogs completed a degree in Fine Art and an MA in Fine Art Printmaking at Camberwell University. He then went to work at The Royal National Theatre. Starting as a labourer's assistant he ended up, with lu...

Michael Bennett
Michael Bennett

Michael Bennett graduated from Birmingham and Slade Schools of Art in the 1960’s. Initially, as an abstract painter, Bennett explored light and space. Lines floated above shimmering backgrounds, undulating across t...

Nel Brett
Nel Brett

Nel studied 3D Design at Chelsea Art School. She worked for 3 years designing furniture in Paris, and then took up ceramics in 1995, training at The City Lit. in London and completing their Diploma course in 2000. The po...

Nicholas Turner
Nicholas Turner

Nicholas Turner RWANicholas’ work, studies of form, composition, colour and space relationships, are reflected through transient images of coastal, rural and townscapes, still life and nature. He works in oil, on c...

Olivia Walker
Olivia Walker

Her work plays within the space where the man-made and the natural intersect. she throws precise forms in porcelain before covering and submerging them in organic repetitive patterns, made up of individually applied shar...

Paul Boak
Paul Boak

Paul did an apprenticeship in bookbinding and print finishing, however struggling with factory life he moved to Somerset. Being surrounded by so much interesting timber led him to carve and turn, combining shapes inspire...

Paul Risoe
Paul Risoe

Subject Matter has always been a major concern from early years as a student, with imaginary portraits of Dostoyevsky, to later years with the complete rejection subject matter. This was influenced by the wonderful freed...

Polly Hughes
Polly Hughes

Polly began working in clay in her early ‘20s inspired by traditional potters she encountered while travelling in Asia, Africa and the Middle East for a documentary television company. Her love of ceramics develope...

Richard Hoare
Richard Hoare

Richard moved to Cyprus after he had finished his Degree in Fine Art from Kent, there he did a Post Graduate Diploma at the College of Art. He has had many Group and Solo Exhibitions in Edinburgh, London and Truro in Cor...

Richard Pomeroy
Richard Pomeroy

Richard founded the Richard Pomeroy Gallery now the Purdy Hicks Gallery in London in the 80s. He paints and draws all the time but actually turns to drawing as a way of going back to basecamp and gives him a time of cont...

Richard Sorrell
Richard Sorrell

Richard Sorrell is the son of Alan Sorrell, the historical draughtman and painter and Elizabeth Sorrell, the watercolourist.  He studied at the Royal Acadamy Schools having also attended Walthamstow Art School and K...

Robert Race
Robert Race

Robert tries to make things which move in simple but interesting ways: Traditional moving toys have influenced him strongly, and he has travelled in Europe, Indonesia, Mexico, India and Japan in search of them. His movin...

Rosie Musgrave
Rosie Musgrave

Rosie studied sculpture at Sir John Cass and City & Guilds Art Schools. Having left London to raise a family, work a small-holding and then a therapeutic practice, she returned to her love of stone and has been ...

Rowena Mayell
Rowena Mayell

Rowena Mayell is a Somerset based artist who is inspired by thenatural world. Rowena collects plants and flowers from her localfields and recreates her own mini meadow in her studio. Herartwork has a delicate, soft feel ...

Sally McLaren
Sally McLaren

Landscape in all it's facets preoccupies her.The air, the elements, the geological make-upThe life that springs in landscape, the spirit of it, the growth and organisms of centuries, the effects of wind and rain and sun,...

Sarah Chalmers
Sarah Chalmers

Sarah Chalmers went to Chelsea Art School and then Hornsey College of Art.  She was born in 1957 and has shown in London many times. Always painting landscape, she would describe herself as a nomadic, having painted...

Sarah Hough
Sarah Hough

At the core of Sarah’s work is the experience of the here and now in partnership with landscape. It’s about slowing down, finding space, noticing and absorbing the moments that are happening right now and are...

Seamus Nicolson
Seamus Nicolson

He has a BA Fine Art from Kingston University and also an MA Photography from the Royal College of Art London. Since then he has had many Solo Exhibitions in London and Europe. He has recently exhibited in the BP New Dis...

Simon Hebditch
Simon Hebditch

After he left with a first class honours degree from Hertfordshire, he was commissioned to do two public large scale wood carvings before he decided that his future lay with metalwork. In 2000 he started working for The ...

Stella Agnew
Stella Agnew

Stella studied at London's Coutauld Institute of Art and then pursued a career in oil painting restoration. She worked in London for many galleries and private clients, and then moved to Wiltshire where she now has a stu...

Susannah Royle
Susannah Royle

She paints nature, and particularly the marginalized inhabitants of the natural world, whose intricacies and vulnerabilities are too often overlooked. Her work has been land and waterscapes, ways through, arches and...

Tessa Coleman
Tessa Coleman

Tessa has always drawn and painted but her formal artistic education started in her mid thirties with the Figurative Painting Diploma at Heatherleys, and has carried on in fits and starts ever since, most recently with t...

Tin Odescalchi
Tin Odescalchi

Tin Odescalchi trained at Gloucestershire College of Art in the 1980's and later under Rudolph Hausner at the Vienna Academie. She has exhibited in many notable locations in London, USA and Hong Kong as well as the provi...

TMO
TMO

Helena BarrowcliffHelena founded TMO to bring people lighting that was interesting, integral and inspiring. She developed her unique style that allows a lampshade to be a piece of beauty from day to night. All Helena&rsq...

Vanessa Maisey
Vanessa Maisey

Vanessa moved to Dorset two years ago from Hertfordshire where she exhibited for fifteen years including two Solo Exhibitions in London. Her first show in the South West was in 2014 at Pythouse Walled Garden Cafe, with a...

Vivienne Williams
Vivienne Williams

Her subject matter is still life - vessels, flowers and fruit. She paints everything from her mind, imagination and memory, preferring a flattened perspective with simplified forms. There is an emotional significance inv...

William Peers
William Peers

William Peers studied at Falmouth Art College after which he was apprenticed to a stone-carver, Michael Black, who urged him to work slowly and entirely by hand. Peers worked in the marble quarries of Carrara, Italy...