Paul Baden

Paul’s work conjures up real or imagined places and creates three dimensional landscapes for the hand and eyes to explore. “I think the body is an endless source of inspiration. I like to capture it in strong dynamic poses that celebrates a careful balance between power and beauty” Paul’s work follows three main themes: figurative works studying the human form; abstracts looking at movement and shape; and maps where his … Continue reading

Jane Bohane

Jane is a Camberwell School of Art graduate with a BA Hons in Drawing. Recent work reflects her love of all things ‘found”, both manmade & natural. These objects are then used to construct eclectic figures & abstract shapes. Glass shards often being added to the final sculpture.  

Lucy Cotter

Woodcut prints and figurative studies in clay  

Janine Creaye

Wood and stone carvings, cement constructed sculpture, bronze casts and drawings by full time artist. Subjects from the natural world, symbolic and pattered in style. For gardens and interiors.  

Iris Davies

Landscapes and portraits in oils and acrylic painted on canvas or paper. Landscapes take inspiration from places visited over the past few years, and portraits are of mainly family and friends.  

Brenda Finch

Having a fascination with wildlife I aim to convey the essence of the character of different creatures. I produce unique ceramic sculptures but also cast some work in materials for exterior use.    

Pippa Foster

Sculptures in clay, mostly taken from life models.  

Pete Hind-Fletcher

My work is both figurative and abstract. I like to combine the two sometimes with impasto brush and knife strokes, often with a sculptural element. My main medium is acrylic and occasionally oil and oil pastel. I paint mostly from memory; images of spirituality, icons, angels, nature, birds, flight, feathers, trees. I often experiment with subject and medium; I always want to see ‘what is over the hill’ and grow … Continue reading

Zeljko Ivankovic

A lot of my work so far has been commissioned by small companies, galleries and individuals who saw work at an exhibition or came across my through social media or my website. Some commissions come from friends and family, but most are by recommendations and networking. Regardless of the relation, the nature of any commission is such that my creativity is influenced and galvanised by what others want. This interaction … Continue reading

Michael Joseph

Michael Joseph’s art is not to create a photo-realistic image but a translation into artistic values like a simple line or shape, to such an extent that it becomes stimulating in its own right.  

Kevin Meeten

My name is Kevin Meeten and I am an accidental artist. While recovering from a serious illness around three years ago, I discovered that I could produce interesting pieces of art, and took great pleasure in doing so. Inspired by a lifelong passion for sci-fi cinema, literature and TV, I create stylised portraits of iconic characters and original landscapes. My work is intuitive and original, using mixed media and unusual … Continue reading

Lynette Merrick

An Ecologist and wildlife illustrator, specializing in creating sculptures of British wildlife, where subjects include other creatures or plants which specifically share their habitat.  

Claire Morris

Claire studied sculpture at Chelsea Art School in the seventies and has concentrated her career creating unique contemporary stone carvings for the home, garden and public spaces. ‘ Much of my work is inspired by the inherent forms contained in the materials, allowing the sculptures to emerge and develop throughout the carving. The sense of the elemental as you carve into a piece of stone can deeply stir the creative … Continue reading

Edith Pargh Barton

Edith’s textile based sculpture and paintings display a distinct psycho-social element. Talisman, totems and taboos are recurring theme’s imbuing a sense of mystery and otherness into her work. The textile sculptures are hand constructed from fabric and embroidered and embellished with thread. Standing alone or in familial groups, they are at once both intriguing and humorous, leading the observer to wonder at their inner thoughts and meaning…. Edith’s paintings explore … Continue reading

Lou Sainty

My name is Lou and I happily started sculpting mid way through life having spent fifteen years as a Picture Framer, which I also still love. I am passionate about nature and take my inspiration from the stunning natural world around us. My work is full of intricate detail and precise forms, replicating the myriad textures, shapes and contours of our wonderful planet’s flora and fauna: it’s therefore always intriguing … Continue reading

Lesley Taylor

Lesley produces quirky three-dimensional sculptures. Designed to make you smile, each sculpture is presented predominantly in brilliant white, with a dramatic splash of colour, which draws the eye.  

Thea Taylor

Working in soft stone and ceramics I’m interested in animal and human form to give expression and mood to my work.  

Susan Tindall

I work at home in Southwater, West Sussex designing and creating original pieces of art. I have been mainly working with earthenware ceramics, but I am currently learning new enamel painting skills to create a new range of miniature painting work. Though these are my primary mediums, I enjoy the variety and flexibility of working with different materials both in two and three dimensions. Including chalk sculpture, painting and drawing … Continue reading

Irma Westerdijk

Irma began her artistic career at a very early age and now, as she says herself, simply can’t imagine a day without creating. Found and recycled objects form the starting point for her work. These she leaves in her studio, allowing them to trigger ideas for sculptures. These are mainly figurative although she also creates wall art with a lot of texture. Since 2003 Irma has developed her use of … Continue reading

Manny Woodard

I wish to make figures of ordinary people, not always handsome, sometimes overweight, but done, I hope with a sense of humanity  

Chaz Wyman

Inventing the Twentieth Century: A sculpture to subvert Mount Rushmore by suggesting 4 most influential people of the 19hC that effected the 20hC: Darwin. Marx, John Stuart Mill, and Nietzsche